In this blog Versa Technology is circling back on a previous post, Adjustable LED Lighting: Revolutionizing Workspace Design, to share insight on several developments taking place in the research of light and its effects on health and productivity. Light frequencies can be harnessed to mirror those found in nature.
Silicon Labs, an Austin based provider of silicon, software, and smart solutions, recently announced the release of a new line of integrated circuits (IC) that provide up to 90W per port of Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The IT network is the lifeblood of any business, and Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology is saving companies a bundle while adding a single-cable solution for powering smart devices cross-platform. PoE adapts easily and scales to fit your implementation now, while also adjusting to fit new configurations as your needs morph down the road. Deploying an additional IP phone, camera or wireless access
The ongoing expansion of PoE-driven IoT networks worldwide comes with the addition of more and more power-hungry devices. Unfortunately, a PoE standard like IEEE 802.3at is only good enough for low-power equipment. It supplies up to 30W at the source over Ethernet, limiting the amount of power available for smart networks
Smart Power over Ethernet (PoE) lighting control systems are value-adding parts of most intelligent building systems today. That said, setting them up to industry standards while satisfying unique customer requirements is no walk in the park. Installers are grappling with a shrunk labor force, tight schedules, and building codes that vary from place to place. Here are seven ways to streamline your