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Luxon IoT Node
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    Contents OEM Design Guide
    Luxon IoT Node Outdoor


1      General information .................................. 4
    1.1       Introduction ...................................................... 4
    1.2       Warnings and instructions ................................ 5
    1.3       Package content................................................ 5
    1.4       Shipping and storage ........................................ 5
    1.5       Waste disposal .................................................. 5
2      Luxon system overview ............................. 6
3      Product Information .................................. 7
    3.1       Product range .................................................... 7
    3.2       Mechanical dimensions .................................... 7
    3.3       Zhaga base pinning ........................................... 7
    3.4       LED indicator ..................................................... 7
    3.5       Temperature sensor ......................................... 8
    3.6       Lux sensor ......................................................... 8
    3.7       Motion sensor input .......................................... 8
    3.8       Device ID ........................................................... 8
4      Compatible LED drivers ............................. 9
    4.1       LED drivers with an Active DALI interface ....... 9
    4.2       LED drivers with a DALI interface .................... 9
    4.3       LED drivers with a 1-10V interface ................10
5      Design-in considerations.........................11
    5.1     Receptacle mounting ......................................11
       5.1.1 Mounting .................................................... 11
       5.1.2 Mounting Hole Pattern .............................. 11
       5.1.3 Sealing Cap ................................................ 12
    5.2     Wire connections ............................................12
       5.2.1 Wire locations ............................................ 12
       5.2.2 Wire selection and preparation ................ 12
    5.3     Position and RF performance .........................13
    5.4     Supported motion sensors .............................13
       5.4.1 Luxon motion sensor ................................. 13
       5.4.2 Third party motion sensors ....................... 14
    5.5     Auxiliary Power Supply ...................................16
    5.6     Product responsibility .....................................16
6      Luminaire End-Of-Line test .....................17
    6.1       Luxon Wireless Control Tool...........................17
    6.2       Luxon Wireless OEM Test Unit .......................17
7      Compatible Luxon Software ....................18
8      FCC and ISED Declarations .....................18
9      Specsheet Luxon IoT Node Outdoor ....... 19




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1 General information

1.1 Introduction

The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor features a cost-effective, brand independent solution to create connected and wirelessly
controllable LED fixtures for outdoor applications. The node differentiates from other products on the market by its
extended functionality, such as performance monitoring and remote diagnostics of LED fixtures by means of a cloud based
light management system. The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor complies with all major LED driver interfaces such as Active DALI,
DALI and 1-10V dim-to-off.

In this OEM design-in guide you will find the information how to design-in the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor into a luminaire and
information about how to do the end-off-line test during manufacturing. For more information or support pls. contact our
OEM Technical Support and Product Manager Richard Hogenkamp at richard.hogenkamp@nedap.com.

The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor complies with EMC and safety requirements as stated in the specifications, see chapter 8.

Benefits in a nutshell

- Standardized Zhaga book 18 connector
- Cost-effective solution to create internet connected and wirelessly controlled luminaires
- Compatible with Active DALI, DALI or 1-10V dim-to-off LED drivers
- Control of up to 4 drivers in one luminaire
- DALI power supply integrated to control up to 4 DALI LED drivers
- Large RF range
- Easy to integrate, easy to connect
- Temperature sensor integrated
- Support of Nedap motion sensor 12m and 3rd party motion sensors
- Twilight switch integrated
- Over the air (OTA) programming to upgrade the Luxon new features


Typical applications for the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor are parking lot, parking garages, outdoor area lighting, wall packs and
walkways.




Typical Application: Parking Lot




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1.2 Warnings and instructions

- Read the design guide completely before design-in the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.
- Do not connect mains voltage to the terminals of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.
- Make sure the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor is operated within the technical limitations of the specification, see chapter 8.
- Make sure the IoT node RF antenna is not covered or obstructed by metal for the best RF communication.
- Make sure the Zhaga connector is always covered either with a Luxon IoT node Outdoor or protective cap.
- Make sure to perform an end-of-line test during production to test all the functions of the luminaire with integrated Luxon
  IoT node Outdoor Zhaga. See chapter 6 for more information.



1.3 Package content
Description                         Units per packaging
Luxon IoT Node Outdoor              96 pcs
Quick Install Guide                 1

                                                               Luxon IoT Node Outdoor      Quick Install Guide



Note: Do not remove any labels from the devices. These labels contain important information.
The minimum order quantity is 4 pcs.



1.4 Shipping and storage

Description                 Packaging dimensions               Packaging weight [kg/lbs]              Storage temperature
                            (h x w x d) [mm/inch]
Luxon IoT Node Outdoor         275 x 510 x 340 /                         4.4 / 9.7                    20°C to +70°C /
Multiple Packaging (96 pcs)    10.8 x 20.1 x 13.4                                                     -40°F to 158°F

Luxon IoT Node Outdoor       125 x 125 x 110 /                         0.18 / 0.40                    20°C to +70°C /
Single Packaging (1 pc)      4.92 x 4.92 x 4.33                                                       -40°F to 158°F


    -    Store the boxes in a dry place



1.5 Waste disposal

The local government authority must be consulted for instructions regarding waste processing of the Luxon IoT Node
Outdoor.




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2 Luxon system overview




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3 Product Information

3.1 Product range
Description                         Part number
Luxon IoT Node Outdoor              9986979


3.2 Mechanical dimensions
In the picture below the dimensions of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor are shown.




3.3 Zhaga base pinning

The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor has 4 pins connected according to the Zhaga standard.


                                    Pin      Type
                                    1        +24Vdc supply input
                                    2        DALI - / Dim-
                                    3        DALI + / Dim+
                                    4        Sensor input

       Bottom view Zhaga base



3.4 LED indicator

Below we explain the functionality of the green led before and after commissioning when the Luxon IoT node in powered up.
The Luxon IoT node is factory default not commissioned.
With the Luxon floorplanner the Luxon IoT node outdoor need to be commissioned to assign the node to the Luxon Light
Controller (LLC).

Green LED functionality before commissioning
1: Green led quick flashing (10Hz) : Self-test of 1 second
2: Green led slow flashing (0.5Hz): Addressing DALI Drivers; In case of 1-10V drivers, this phase is skipped.
3: Green led on: Driver initialization ready and no failures

Green LED functionality after commissioning
1: Green led quick flashing (10Hz) : Self-test of 1 second
2: Green led on for 1 second and then turns off.

The red LED starts flashing red to indicate a failure. This failure could be:
A: No control mode (Active DALI, DALI or 1-10V dim-to-off) is detected due to incorrect wiring or a defective driver.
B: A driver status error occurred due to defect in driver, driver load or wiring.
C: An overcurrent on the D+/1-10V control line occurred, due to connecting a power supply to the control line.



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3.5 Temperature sensor
The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor has a built-in temperature sensor which can be requested the Luxon light management
system. The range of the temperature sensor is -40°C/-40°F to +100°C/+212°F, however in normal operation the maximum
internal temperature is 80°C/176°F.



3.6 Lux sensor
The Luxon IoT node outdoor has an integrated light sensor to measure lux values from 0 to 1000 lux. The lux sensor will be
used in the future to support twilight switch functionality.




3.7 Motion sensor input

The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor supports motion sensors with a 0-10V, OC (open collector) or potential free contact interface,
see chapter 5.4 for more information and supported sensors.




3.8 Device ID

To communicate to every single device in the mesh network, every Luxon IoT Node Outdoor has an unique device ID.
See the image below where you can find the device ID on the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.

                                                                       Device ID




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4 Compatible LED drivers
The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor can control up to 4 drivers within one luminaire. The control interface can be either Active
DALI, DALI or 1-10V dim-to-off mode. The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor determines the interface control mode automatically by
measuring supply voltage and dimming interface voltage of the connected driver(s). For possible drivers see Luxon Portal:
https://portal.nedap-luxon.com

Nedap Light Controls offer a service to evaluate your luminaire after integration of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor to prove the
compatibility with the Luxon Light Management system. We recommend to make a luminaire available for evaluation.


4.1 LED drivers with an Active DALI interface

In Active DALI mode, the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor is powered by the Active DALI driver through the dimming interface.
DALI communication is used to control the driver via the same dimming interface, which is polarity sensitive.
Up to four drivers can be controlled by connecting their DALI ports in parallel.

All Philips/Signify Xitanium SR and Osram DEXAL® drivers are compatible with the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.




Wiring diagram 1: Active DALI application with Luxon IoT Node Outdoor


Note: Each Active DALI driver provides approximately 50mA of current on the DALI bus. It is recommended to turn on
only two DALI power supplies to ensure proper communication of up to 4 LED drivers in parallel. To turn off the DALI power
supply, use the appropriate programmer. (See Philips/Signify or Osram Digital Systems website)


4.2 LED drivers with a DALI interface

In DALI mode, power the Luxon IoT outdoor by a 24Vdc supply voltage. The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor provides the DALI bus
voltage and communication through the dimming port to DALI drivers. The DALI output is polarity sensitive although most
drivers do not have a polarity sensitive DALI port. Up to four drivers can be controlled by connecting the dimming ports in
parallel.

DALI driver requirements:
   -     All IEC 62386 compliant DALI drivers are compatible with the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor. One driver or auxiliary
         power supply needs to supply 24V to the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor; (Power consumption IoT node: 250mW) See
         also chapter 5.5 about auxiliary power supplies.
   -     Note that driver manufacturers do not always implement all DALI commands i.e. query status.
   -     Please make sure the 24V supply voltage remains available in the 'OFF' status




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Wiring diagram 2: DALI application with Luxon IoT Node Outdoor



4.3 LED drivers with a 1-10V interface

In 1-10V mode, the dimming voltage range is from 1 to 10V, the output can be set to 0V to switch the LED driver off. The
LED driver need to support dim-to-off functionality for this feature. The IoT node supply voltage must be 12Vdc or 24Vdc.

All 1-10V drivers according to the IEC 60929 / ANSI C82.11 annex A standard with internal or external 12Vdc or 24Vdc
auxiliary supply and dim-to-off functionality (see required threshold level in the specification) shall be compatible with the
Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.




Wiring diagram 3: 1-10V dim-to-off application with Luxon IoT Node Outdoor

1-10V driver requirements:
- One driver needs to supply 12V or 24V to the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor; (Power consumption IoT node: 250mW)
- Please make sure the auxiliary voltage remains available in the 'OFF' status
- All drivers needs to have dim-to-off functionality.

Note:
- For some drivers the control wires have to be considered as basic isolated signals.
- If the 1-10V driver does not support an auxiliary voltage, an auxiliary power supply can be used. See chapter 5.5.




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5 Design-in considerations

5.1 Receptacle mounting

TE connectivity is one of the suppliers of the Zhaga receptacle. Below you will find the basic information out of the
application specification of TE connectivity.


                           TE connectivity part number
                           2213858-1




5.1.1 Mounting

Receptacle can be used on a luminaire housing thickness between 1.5mm to 6.0mm.
Torque mounting nut within the range of 1.8 to 2.4 N-m using a 27mm hex socket. See Figure below.




Source: TE Connectivity



5.1.2 Mounting Hole Pattern

The recommended mounting hole is shown in Figure below.




Source: TE Connectivity




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5.1.3 Sealing Cap

In case the IoT node is not mounted during installation, make sure a sealing cap of TE connectivity will be used to maintain
the IP rating of the luminaire.


                           Colour            TE connectivity part number
                           Dark Gray         2213795-1
                           Light Gray        2213795-2




5.2 Wire connections

5.2.1 Wire locations

The receptacle is wired on the bottom side of the assembly; access from the inside of the luminaire. Wire entry locations are
labeled 1, 2, 3, and 4, see picture below.




                                             Pin      Type
                                             1        +24Vdc supply input
                                             2        DALI - / minus
                                             3        DALI + / 0-10V
                                             4        Sensor input




Source: TE Connectivity


5.2.2 Wire selection and preparation

The receptacle assembly will accept 16 thru 20AWG solid and 18 thru 20AWG stranded tin-dipped copper wire only.
The table in Figure xx provides wire selection for the Poke-In Connectors.
The maximum cable length from the receptacle to the driver and motion sensor is 3 meter.




Source: TE Connectivity



For more detailed information of the Zhaga book 18 receptacle, see application specification of TE connectivity on the
website: https://www.te.com/usa-en/about-te/news-center/lumawise-endurance-s.html




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5.3 Position and RF performance

The RF radiation pattern of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor is directed mainly in one direction as showed is the picture below.




Requirements to give the antenna the best possible free 360° RF communication performance:
- Avoid metal parts close to the antenna.
- Mount the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor pointing downwards or upwards for optimal RF performance.
- Avoid large horizontal oriented metal parts within 75mm or 3” measured from the center of the antenna.



5.4 Supported motion sensors
The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor sensor input is a universal sensor input for the Nedap motion sensor and several third party
motion sensors.

The sensor input is compatible with sensors which have an analog 1-10V interface, an open collector output or potential
free low current relay contacts. The sensor input has an ON/OFF programmable current source of 2mA maximum.




5.4.1 Luxon motion sensor

The Luxon motion sensor is an PIR high bay 12m / 39ft motion sensor which can be easily connected to the Luxon IoT Node
Outdoor without an auxiliary supply. This sensor is IP65 and can be universally used indoor and outdoor.
A masking set can be ordered separately.


Description                                          Part number
Luxon Motion Sensor 12m/39ft universal mount         9984526

Lens Mask Set                                        4605675




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The Luxon Motion Sensor shall be connected as shown in diagram A by using appropriate wire connectors.
The Luxon Motion Sensor cable shall not be lengthened.




Luxon Motion sensor color coding:
                     0V wire = brown

                     Signal wire S = white




Diagram A: Connecting a Luxon motion sensor

The white wire of the Luxon Motion Sensor is connected to the sensor input of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.
And the brown wire to the 0V of the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor.



5.4.2 Third party motion sensors

Third party motion sensors shall be connected as shown in diagram B. Note that third party sensor requires a 12V or 24V
external supply voltage, either from the LED driver or from an auxiliary power supply, see chapter 5.5. In case of a sensor
with programmable time delay settings make sure they are set to the lowest value, either by factory default (preferred) or
by hand or using a programming device. Also disable the sensor light dependent switch if applicable.




Diagram B: Connecting a third party motion sensor




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Sensor interface output requirements

1: Is case of an open collector output or potential free relay low current contact.




Figure 1: Sensor output switching to 0V.                        Figure 2: Sensor output switching to 12 to 24Vdc
Maximum IoT node current: 2mA max.




2: In case of an analog 0-10V sensor output voltage.

- Maximum Luxon IoT node sensor input voltage:         +28Vdc
- Input resistance Luxon IoT node sensor input:                 20kΩ




Safety notes
If the sensor is supplied from mains directly, the sensor signal output shall be SELV or Basic isolated.


Released compatible sensors
For an overview of compatible sensors and wiring diagrams and settings, please refer to portal.nedap-luxon.com.
When you are using other sensors we recommend a final compatibility check by Nedap Light Controls with a sample
provided to Nedap Light Controls in Groenlo Holland.




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5.5 Auxiliary Power Supply

To power the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor and / or third party sensors, an auxiliary power supply can be used in cases that the
LED driver has no auxiliary power supply available or has no active DALI port like Philips SR or Osram Dexal.

In this chapter , the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor power supply requirements are shown followed by additional requirements for
auxiliary power supplies and location of compatible 24V power supplies.

Requirements Power Supply

In the table below the power supply requirements for the Luxon IoT node Outdoor are specified.

 Control       Voltage (V)                Min. operating            Max. operating              Inrush
 Interface                                Current (mA)              Current (mA)                Current (mA)
 1-10V         12 or 24V ± 10%            6                         20                          50
 DALI          24V ± 10%                  6                         20                          50


Additional Requirements Auxiliary Power Supply

In case the IoT node is used without sensor, the table above shall be used to find the power supply output specification. In
case an additional sensor is used:
- its operating voltage range shall correspond with the chosen value for the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor (12 or 24V)
- its current shall be added to the current for the IoT node to obtain the total operating supply current

Other supply requirements to be considered:
-minimum load specification of 6mA or less
-the maximum Ta or Tc shall not be exceeded
-evaluate if output derating is required in case of high operating temperature
-the supply lifetime shall match the luminaire lifetime
-the mains surge protection level shall match the luminaire protection level
-some power supplies require a mains fuse
-the input mains voltage range shall match

Compatible 24V Auxiliary Power Supplies

For an overview of electrical compatible auxiliary power supplies, please refer to portal.nedap-luxon.com.




5.6 Product responsibility

The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor is designed for Luminaires with an Zhage book 18 receptacle. Safe and reliable operation
requires that the end-product complies with the relevant standards and regulations. The manufacturer of the end-product
remains responsible for the quality and performance of the luminaire with the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor in compliance with
the contents of this OEM Design Guide as well as for the total system in the market. The ratings in the specifications of the
Luxon IoT Node Outdoor shall not be exceeded when it is used in the actual operating conditions.




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6 Luminaire End-Of-Line test
To test a luminaire with the integrated Luxon IoT Node Outdoor, Nedap can supply two different test tools.
If you do not have a computer available you will need to use the “Luxon wireless OEM test unit” otherwise you can test your
luminaire with the “Luxon wireless control tool”.
In case you want to test an integrated motion sensor, use the “Luxon wireless control tool”.


6.1 Luxon Wireless Control Tool
With the Luxon Wireless Control Tool you can test and demonstrate the functionality of your luminaire with integrated Luxon
IoT Node Outdoor plugged on. You can select a luminaire and switch it on and off and dim to a level between 10% and
100%.
You can also retrieve luminaire information about the operation mode (Active DALI, DALI, 1-10V dim-to-off), internal
temperature, operating hours and more. You need a Windows based laptop and Luxon wireless USB key to use this tool. See
our partner portal to download the software and user manual.




Ordering information Luxon Wireless USB key
Part number: 8014990


6.2 Luxon Wireless OEM Test Unit

With the Luxon Wireless OEM test unit you can check the wireless communication and the correct wiring of the mains and
control wires of the luminaires in your production line.
You can control (switch on/off and dim) the luminaire manually by simply connect and operate with two switches. The
control interface can also be connected to your automated production test tool.

You only need this test unit (no laptop or other peripherals needed) to control a luminaire. See the manual delivered
together with the test unit how to connect it and control your luminaire. Required switches are not included.




Ordering information Luxon Wireless OEM test unit
Part number: 9984968




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7 Compatible Luxon Software
 Software                                   Version
 Floorplanner                               4.9.0 or higher
 Luxon Light Controller (LLC)               2.17.3.3620 or higher

In case your software version is lower than indicated above, contact Nedap customer support at:
EUROPE: support-europe@nedap-luxon.com
AMERICAS: support-americas@nedap-luxon.com




8 FCC and ISED Declarations
Compliance statement (part 15.19)
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and to RSS210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Déclaration Conformité
Cet appareil se conforme aux normes RSS exemptés de license du Industry Canada.
L’opération est soumis aux deux conditions suivantes
(1) cet appareil ne doit causer aucune interférence, et
(2) cet appareil doit accepter n’importe quelle interférence, y inclus interférence qui peut causer une opération non pas
voulu de cet appareil.

Warning (part 15.21)
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.

RF Exposure (OET Bulletin 65)
To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices, this transmitter should only be used or
installed at locations where there is at least 20cm separation distance between the antenna and all persons.




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                                                  Specifica

                                                  Input voltage                   Via Active DALinterface e. SR or Doxal
                                                                                  24¥dc when used with 0—20V/DALt interface
                                                                                  (and 22¥c when used with 0—200)
                                                  Controlinterface                Contralofupto 4 drivers
                                                                                  active onu:           Philps Xtanium Stor Ostam DBCAL®
                                                                                  rassive onur          Dali supply integrated BmA
                                                                                                        Requireaux supply 24V
                                                                                  Anatoo1—10%;          Maxsink current: BmA
                                                                                                        Dim—to—aff threshold 0V
                                                                                                        Required aue. supply 24V or 12¥
                                                  Wireless technology             Luxen wireless | Zighee and Bluetooth ready
                                                  Operating ambient temperature   —ao°c to +70°0 / 22°Fto asoer
                     sais
carmeus C000                                      Storage temperature             —astcto +70°0 / —arF to rseer
Use cases                                         RF frequency                    2.45Gtte (defautd
tuxon wireless control of outdoor                 RF power                        Max. 104Bm
lurninares for parking Lo. area ighting,
wall packs and walloways                          RF range                        200m / 656 it (ree tne ofsight
                                                  Power usage node                <2s0mw
Features                                          Standby power                   < 2W on lurminairelevel inc. 58 driver
=. Costefective solution o create intert          Motion sensorinput              Universal motion sensor nput for sensor with
   connected and wirelessiy controll luminaires                                   — Open collctor output
= Philiss 5. Ostam Dexal. DALL and 0—20V ready                                    > 0V to 24v output
   Smalldmensions                                                                 — LST compatible iterface
   Standard zhaga interfce
   uxn Cloud compatible                           turcsensor                      Integrated. range 50— 2000 tux
= Easy to nstal
   Integrated luxand temperature sensor           Temperature sensor              Integrated. range —40°C to +200°C /—40°F to 232°F
   Motion sensor input                            Lfetime                         10 years
   OTA programming
                                                  Fallure Rate                    <0.2% / year
Nedap Luxon Cloud features:
  = Time.daylight. motion and dim contral         EMC approvals                   ce rce
  = Direct motion sensor control                  Safety approvals                ceur
  = Flexible group assigning
  = Mul—site management                           Ingress protection              1P65 and IP66 when mounted
  = Management reports
  = Caleulated energy logging                     Glow wiretest lvet              esore
Design—in guide avalable vi                       Mechanicat impact               too
portalnedap—luron.com                             Comnections                     Standard Zhaga Book 28. see connections on next page
Requestlogin detailfor portal via                 Mounting                        Flexible mounting positon, upwards and downwards:
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Product models                                    Led Status Indicator            Green/red
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Luxon
Connected Light Management


Nedap N.V.             T +31 (0)544 471 111
Parallelweg 2          info@nedap-luxon.com
7141 DC Groenlo        www.nedap-luxon.com
The Netherlands




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