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Fully Intelligent Lighting
Control Solutions

Monitor, control and schedule each lighting asset invidually
Qulon is designed to support any infrastructure in any part of the world. Choose the one that suits you best:
Qulon is designed to support any infrastructure in any part of the world. Choose the one that suits you best:
GSM
Wireless UNB
Powerline
Control through GSM
Independent lighting management through existing GSM networks via LiteWide technology
Wireless control is typical for those networks in which lights are powered independently, not from single source or cabinet. Apparently, in this case surely you may not control lights through existing power line, but there are still two options QULON has to offer: radio control and GSM.
Control Modules
Individual control module installed at each lighting point
Software
Remote control & diagnostics software for street lighting
LiteWide Nodes
Wireless control nodes installed at each lighting point
LiteWide Node is wireless GSM control unit installed into the housing of each luminaire (or mounted to NEMA socket). Every lamp equipped with LiteWide Node is controlled individually via GSM through Sundrax's innovative LiteWide technology. Unlike wireless radio control nodes, LiteWide Nodes communicate directly with QULON Server without any intermediate gateways.

LiteWide Node provides dimming functionality via different interfaces (DALI, PWM, 1-10 V) as well as individual load control (on/off).

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide

Just install
and control it


Simple
plug-and-play
street lighting control
Variety of control nodes
Just install and
control it
Simple plug-and-play nodes with NEMA compatible plugs or leads. Each node can be installed on any existing or new lighting fixture, with no limit of model or manufacturer.
Instant Activation
Nodes are equipped with GPS to locate themselves on the map automatically. Once the location is identified, each node instantly connects to the QULON server using the existing GSM network to send status data and receive commands.
Universally Compatible
Complete with NEMA compatible plugs or leads, each node can be installed on any existing or new lighting fixture, with no limit of model or manufacturer.

LiteWide
Decentralized GSM data transmission technology
LiteWide – decentralized wireless management system for territories with high density of buildings or mountainous terrain, and for regions where legislation prohibits to use radio transmission. Each LiteWide node has built-in GSM and connects directly to the server: The lights are programmed straight from software without any sort of intermediate gateways. LiteWide takes advantage of the existing GSM network, which allows a quicker and easier deployment.
SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER + INDIVIDUAL LUMINAIRE CONTROLLER
Helios
GSM controller for standalone solar powered lighting installations
SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER + INDIVIDUAL LUMINAIRE CONTROLLER
Helios
GSM controller for standalone solar powered lighting installations
Monitor and control your remote solar powered lighting installations in real time
HELIOS is the new generation of controllers for solar-powered lighting. It provides both charging control and remote monitoring of your standalone lighting systems in real time. Scheduling, live control, live battery status, full information about lighting performance onsite.

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide
Features
HELIOS is particularly useful at remote pedestrian crossings and bus stops by ensuring correct functioning of solar-powered standalone lighting and providing additional safety at all times.
MPPT (97% efficiency)
MPPT stands for Maximum Power Point Tracking technology that optimizes the match between the solar array (PV panels), and the battery bank.
3-Step Charge
Optimized 3-step process of the battery charge (bulk charge, absorption change, float charge).
Flexible
Nominal system voltage (12V/24V) is detected automatically.
3 Types of Batteries
GEL, AGM, Flooded.
Driver Onboard
HELIOS contains LED driver so it may be installed even for cheaper driverless luminaires.
Protected
Electronic protection against over-load current.
Wireless Control
Individual lighting management through LiTouch technology
Wireless control is typical for those networks in which lights are powered independently, not from single source or cabinet. Apparently, in this case surely you may not control lights through existing power line, but there are still two options QULON has to offer: radio control and GSM.
LiTouch Base Station
Easily deployed base stations for radio control (868/915 MHz)
Base Station communicates as master to slave nodes using 800-950 MHz wireless interface. Base Station creates and controls an ultra-narrow band (UNB) network of up to 1000 LiTouch nodes in a range of up to 5 km, maximum distance depends on terrain and density of buildings. Base Station communicates with QULON software applications through GSM or Ethernet to control each luminaire remotely, monitor their status and power consumption.

Data Sheet | Data Sheet (Lite version) | Mounting Guide
LiTouch Node
Wireless control node installed at each lighting point
LiTouch Node is wireless radio control unit installed into the housing of each luminaire (or mounted to NEMA socket). Every lamp equipped with LiTouch Node is controlled individually by LiTouch Base Station via 800-950 MHz radio channel through Sundrax's innovative LiTouch technology.

LiTouch Node provides dimming functionality via different interfaces (DALI, PWM, 1-10 V,) as well as individual load control (on/off). Compatible with 3rd party motion sensors.

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide
LiTouch Node
Wireless control node installed at each lighting point
LiTouch Node is wireless radio control unit installed into the housing of each luminaire (or mounted to NEMA socket). Every lamp equipped with LiTouch Node is controlled individually by LiTouch Base Station via 800-950 MHz radio channel through Sundrax's innovative LiTouch technology.

LiTouch Node provides dimming functionality via different interfaces (DALI, PWM, 1-10 V,) as well as individual load control (on/off). Compatible with 3rd party motion sensors.

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide
LiTouch is a technology for remote control and status data transmission via 868/915 MHz narrow-band wireless channel developed by Sundrax Electronics. The LiTouch system is a great platform for Smart City and Internet of Things applications, providing a long-range, stable communication and data collection instrument. LiTouch takes advantage of low-speed 2-FSK modulation in 868 MHz band (for Europe), or 915 MHz band (for US). The exact operating frequency (channel) can be selected automatically or manually: Such flexibility provides enough space for several wireless networks to operate independently in the same area with no interferences or disruptions. LiTouch provides half-duplex, "master-slave" communication between one base station (master) and a number of nodes (slaves).

Every node has unique number, which allows the base station to address each one of them individually. The base station creates a network with nodes located in the same area (road, district, etc.), continuously polling nodes for their status and sending commands to an individual node, group of nodes or to the entire network. In case nodes are scattered over a large area that cannot be covered by the base station itself, certain nodes may retransmit the signal from the base station to distant nodes and back, providing a stable communication across the entire network.

LiTouch
868/915 MHz narrow-band wireless data transmission technology

LiTouch
868/915 MHz narrow-band wireless data transmission technology
LiTouch is a technology for remote control and status data transmission via 868/915 MHz narrow-band wireless channel developed by Sundrax Electronics. The LiTouch system is a great platform for Smart City and Internet of Things applications, providing a long-range, stable communication and data collection instrument. LiTouch takes advantage of low-speed 2-FSK modulation in 868 MHz band (for Europe), or 915 MHz band (for US). The exact operating frequency (channel) can be selected automatically or manually: Such flexibility provides enough space for several wireless networks to operate independently in the same area with no interferences or disruptions. LiTouch provides half-duplex, "master-slave" communication between one base station (master) and a number of nodes (slaves).

Every node has unique number, which allows the base station to address each one of them individually. The base station creates a network with nodes located in the same area (road, district, etc.), continuously polling nodes for their status and sending commands to an individual node, group of nodes or to the entire network. In case nodes are scattered over a large area that cannot be covered by the base station itself, certain nodes may retransmit the signal from the base station to distant nodes and back, providing a stable communication across the entire network.
Motion-sensor driven
Adaptive Lighting
QULON CMS with wireless control by LiTouch supports integration of motion sensors to provide ability to run sensor-driven dimming profiles getting maximum energy savings ever. Smart choice for pedestrian zones, parks, bikeways and low-traffic motor roads.
Minimal energy with no compromise to safety
With motion sensors you can program any group of lights to work upon any complex scenario based on event data from sensors. This option is the most profitable and energy-saving one.

Connected motion sensors give the opportunity to dim the lights deeply when there's no one around and activate the lights when presence is detected. This option is viable only for radio system, as only radio controls provide the necessary high-speed contact between the nodes, in opposition to GSM systems where nodes connect to the server and back individually.
We recommend using motion sensors in pedestrian zones, parks, bikeways and low-traffic motor roads only. Using motion sensors on motor roads with medium to high traffic and speed over 40 km/h wouldn't be safe.
We recommend using motion sensors in pedestrian zones, parks, bikeways and low-traffic motor roads only. Using motion sensors on motor roads with medium to high traffic and speed over 40 km/h wouldn't be safe.
Powerline Control
Individual lighting management via existing power lines through Simpline technology
The most intelligent solution providing maximum flexibility in management and energy economy for cabinet-based networks. Supports both non-dimmable (HPS or driverless LED) and dimmable (DALI, 1-10V, PWM) lamps.
Gateway
Controllers installed into lighting cabinet to provide remote lighting control for all components
Nodes
Powerline control nodes integrated into drivers of lighting fixtures or mounted on poles
Software
Remote control & diagnostics software for street lighting
Gateways
Controllers installed into lighting cabinet to provide remote lighting control for all components
Gateways control magnetic starters, power meter, individual lamp controllers, sensors, and supplement Qulon hardware. Data from the connected devices and meters are collected by gateways via RS-485 or CAN interfaces and then sent to Qulon server via GSM/GPRS/3G mobile network or Ethernet 10/100 Base TX. Programming, scheduling and troubleshooting are done remotely from QULON software.

In 2017 we introduced the new generation of gateways with 3G and Ethernet support for faster communication and GPS/GLONASS for synchronization and better positioning.

Data Sheet | Data Sheet (Individual PLC controller) | Mounting Guide


Simpline Nodes
Powerline control nodes integrated into drivers of lighting fixtures or mounted on poles
Every lamp equipped with Simpline Node is controlled individually by Gateways via 230VAC power lines through Sundrax's innovative Simpline technology which operates at CENELEC EN 50065-1 (band-C) standard in 132.5kHz frequency band.

Simpline Node provides dimming functionality via different interfaces (DALI, PWM, 1-10 V) as well as individual load control (on/off). Compatible with 3rd party motion sensors. Installed only one per pole.

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide
Simpline Nodes
Powerline control nodes integrated into drivers of lighting fixtures or mounted on poles
Every lamp equipped with Simpline Node is controlled individually by Gateways via 230VAC power lines through Sundrax's innovative Simpline technology which operates at CENELEC EN 50065-1 (band-C) standard in 132.5kHz frequency band.

Simpline Node provides dimming functionality via different interfaces (DALI, PWM, 1-10 V) as well as individual load control (on/off). Compatible with 3rd party motion sensors. Installed only one per pole.

Data Sheet | Mounting Guide

Simpline
Technology for remote control and status data transmission via 230VAC power lines developed by Sundrax Electronics
Simpline is a technology for remote control and status data transmission via 230VAC power lines developed by Sundrax Electronics. The Simpline system is a great platform for Smart City and Internet of Things applications, providing a stable communication with the different types of fixtures connected to the powerline that require permanent attention from the operator/supervisor. Simpline complies with European Standard CENELEC EN 50065-1, and uses narrow-band modulation in C-band. Each electric device connected to the power line is equipped with filtering inductances to avoid signal suppression. Simpline signal network is decoupled from the rest of the power distribution system using appropriate filtering inductances as well.

Simpline provides half-duplex, "master-slave" communication between one central gateway (master) and a number of nodes (slaves). Every node has unique number, which allows the gateway to address each one of them individually. The gateway also creates a network of nodes connected to the same power line by continuously polling nodes for their status and sending commands to an individual node, group of nodes or to the entire network. In case the power line used by a Simpline gateway control is too long or noisy, certain nodes may retransmit signal from the central gateway to distant nodes and back providing a stable communication across the entire network.
Ultimate lighting control experience
Extremely flexible lighting programming solution with graphical representation of live status of street lighting assets