Q: What is the smart lamp and which services can it offer?
A: The transmission of power line carrier (Power Line) used by Minos System turns the single lamps into smart junctions, interactive and geo-referenced, as well as the feeding networks into smart communication networks already predisposed to be cheaply integrated for: services of public interest (advertising panels, internet Wi‐Fi, transmission of local information of public interest); safety services (video surveillance, detection of people in sanitary emergency or personal safety)
Q: What is Syra?
A: Syra is the device to remotely manage and control any single lighting point. It diagnoses malfunctions, filters disturbances and remotely controls the switching on/off and the reduction of the lamp flux. It is available in different models according to the different installation and functional requirements.
Q: Where is Syra installed?
A: Syra is installed in series after the protection fuse of the lamp. It can be installed inside the armature of the lamp, in the pole panel of the light or in the manhole.
Q: What types and power of lamps does Syra manage?
A: Syra manages all models of lamp (mercury steam, sodium, metallic iodide, filament, fluorescent lamps, etc.) with power between 5W and 400W. For special purposes, particular models of Syra exist that can manage powers up to 1000W.
Q: Which is the peculiarity of Syra 3 compared to the other Syra models ?
A: Syra 3 allows, with one only device, to switch on/off and reduce the luminous flux of the lamp. The targeted programming during nighttime of Syra 3 guarantees average energy savings of 20-25%. Moreover, this is the model of Syra that can turn the lamp into a smart infrastructure and allow the continuous feeding of the system also during daytime.
Q: Which is the peculiarity of Syra E compared to the other Syra models ?
A: The Syra E series allows the dimming of the luminous flux of the lamp by commanding the electronic reactor type Philips-HID DynaVision, Philips-HID DynaVision Dali.