February 21, 2019

Casambi partners with OSRAM on wireless lighting

Casambi’s wireless control platform is based on Bluetooth Low Energy, giving free hands to control lighting with any devices and without the need for Internet.
Casambi’s wireless control platform is based on Bluetooth Low Energy, giving free hands to control lighting with any devices and without the need for Internet.
Casambi

Finnish company Casambi has joined global lighting manufacturer OSRAM’s DEXAL partner programme to boost wireless lighting solutions within smart buildings.

Casambi has presented the interoperability of its CBU-DCS module with OSRAM’s DEXAL interface technology, earning it a listing as an official “Works with OSRAM DEXAL” component.

OSRAM’s DEXAL LED drivers can now be seamlessly connected via a single interface by utilising Casambi’s lighting management system along with compatible luminaires, components and control devices from a growing list of leading manufacturers. This compatibility enables simpler lighting installations across a wide range of applications.

“The goal of our ‘Works with OSRAM DEXAL’ partner programme is to enable our OEM partners to become active participants in the dynamic and rapidly growing world of connected lighting,” said Hannes Wagner, senior product manager at OSRAM Digital. “We strongly believe in partnerships to make a wide variety of connected lighting solutions available to the market. The compatibility between our Dexal LED drivers and Casambi’s control module supports the growing demand for connected devices.”

Find out how Casambi set out to offer lighting that fits the purpose in our feature article.

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