LOS ANGELES, CA, Jan 8, 2018 – Noribachi, a US based LED lighting manufacturer for high output commercial and industrial applications, announced a new, upgraded version of its popular Pulse IoT product line. The Pulse platform allows users to connect lights using a mesh network and interact with them wirelessly. With Pulse, any light can be transformed into a “Smart Light.”
Pulse IoT features an easy to program transmitter with an LCD touch screen interface. Users can create up to 18 groups of lights to manage in tandem. Lights can be wirelessly turned on and off, as well as dimmed. Pulse is compatible with LED lights equipped with 0-10V dimmable drivers. Pulse uses a 900MHz communication frequency to enable wireless control for lights up to 200 ft. away.
“We listened to the needs of the industry, teamed up with our customers, and took to our manufacturing process to design the BEST circuit boards and technology to enable interconnectedness between LED fixtures,” stated Rhonda Dibachi, CEO of Noribachi.
Along with the bespoke design, Pulse is designed to be flexible. “Everything right down to the circuit boards was created with quality and dependability in mind. We validated each individual component to ensure it worked and is specifically tailored to meet the unique challenges of our customers,” said Andrew Ameri, Control Systems Engineer at Noribachi. Pulse is designed to work with the Noribachi product family or to be added onto your existing lights.
For more information, visit https://www.noribachi.com/iot.html.
Independently tested and fully certified, Noribachi’s LED products have passed the most demanding test of all—customer satisfaction. With over 3,000 customers served, 3,000,000 fixtures sold, and 30,000 installations completed, including world class hotels and luxury automobile dealerships–representing a diverse variety of markets across the United States and internationally. Noribachi is driving the LED lighting industry forward, defining trends with passionate devotion to integrity, quality, and design.
For more information, visit www.noribachi.com.