Reduce your facility’s energy costs by 70% with Limelight
Don’t let lighting be your biggest expense
Most often, warehouses require little needed lighting for palettes of product being stored. However, when it’s time for them to move, it is imperative your forklift drivers have bright and efficient lighting. With the ability to schedule lights off or low for times when areas are inactive, and the lights on high/medium when palettes are being moved or activity is high, your facility is poised for drastic reduction in energy expenses and an increase in operational efficiency.
To deliver an added sense of security, Limelight was designed with occupancy sensors that can automatically bring lights to a fully lit state when activity is taking place in the warehouse. Since Limelight is a system that requires no wiring and is based on radio-frequency communication, warehouse lighting requirements and energy demand can be handled from a computer without the need to rewire circuits or even leave your office.
With no need to walk the floor to locate and shut off breakers or survey light fixtures, the possibility of operating your warehouse from your desk is real with Limelight.
- Spartan Stores
- Farley’s Market
- Greater Good
- Herman Miller Inc.
- MiTek Electronics & Communications
- Saddle Creek Logistics
Reduce costs of operation and focus on production
When it’s about the details, the numbers, and the efficiency of your systems, Limelight, is a guaranteed means of reducing necessary costs of operation and will allow you to keep your focus on production.
By grouping building assets together in a manufacturing space, the electrical draw from machinery, lighting, and other devices can be categorized and scheduled to correspond with specific area production cycles. Building automation is extended further through occupancy and daylight sensors to create reactive events that continue to optimize energy use.
The majority of the cost of operating a lighting system is the energy it consumes. Limelight largely reduces costs of energy consumption, installation, maintenance and labor while allowing manufacturing facilities to produce at higher capacities by providing more resources due to ease of use.
- Acme Corrugated Box Co., Inc.
- Borg Warner
- ELSA LLC
- GE Aviation
- General Motors
- Karlee Co.
- Knoll Inc.
- Lockheed Martin
- Shape Corp.
- Toyotetsu America Inc.
- Trendway Corporation
- VRK Automotive Systems
In the organized chaos of logistics, when everything around you moves at a fast pace, efficient automation is key. Distribution Centers will benefit greatly from Limelight’s pre-prescribed customization and automatic sensor reaction.
As logistics contracts change, lighting requirements change. Limelight makes it easy to be flexible. Since communication is wireless, group and schedule protocols can be adjusted easily to correspond with current contracts with no manual labor or rewiring costs. Moves, adds and changes can all be easily handled at your desk in the Limelight user-interface.
Limelight creates the power of flexibility for distribution centers, and the technology to be automatic, while cutting costs in the process. The pre-prescribed grouping and schedule protocol will form a structure for which reactive occupancy and daylight sensors can further tune and refine. This will continuously ensure devices are only operating when and where specifically needed.
Distribution Center Clients
- Central Steel
- Hanna Steel
- State Logistics
- Distribution Center
Give your visitors the experience they deserve
Whether setting up for a show where only low light levels are required in a small section of an exhibit space, or during a basketball game where a bright and lively atmosphere is needed to enhance the experience of the players and spectators – we understand that it is imperative to have the flexibility to customize the experience and requirements quickly and easily. The simple Limelight user-interface allows for protocol changes to be made on the fly with a point and click of the mouse, from anywhere at any time.
Limelight immediately responds to changes and transitions itself seamlessly through RF communication. The nodes create a wireless network where every fixture is aware of itself and its surrounding transmitters (nodes, gateway, web-interface). Therefore, when a user changes the protocol within Limelight,, a transmission is sent out to every node and the adaptation is made automatically, a merely effortless process for the user.
Exhibit Hall/Convention Center Clients
- NJ Garden State Convention Center
- New Jersey Conference Center
- San Diego Convention Center