Showcased at the Northern Electronics show will be a temperature, humidity, motion detection and ambient light sensor fitted into a wi-fi enabled ceiling rose, designed for smart buildings. The unit from Flux Rose provides data to building systems to control heating, lighting, ventilation and to power window blinds. It works with any bulb and light switch including dimmers and also works independently of the app by the wall switch should the wi-fi router fail.
Flux Rose designs, develops and manufactures bespoke electronic control units for consumer, automotive and defence customers. At Northern 2019 it will also be demonstrating its access platform controller, a microprocessor-controlled I/O module designed for automotive platforms with 32 inputs, 16 LED outputs, CAN, eight relay outputs and six high side solid state drivers.
There will also be the Air Pro II fan controller, developed for a client. The universal mains input horticultural device measures temperature and humidity and controls two fans to provide a negative pressure within a grow room environment.
Visitors will also see a 19-inch rack power distribution unit, designed for a defence customer. It provides dual switching (phase and neutral) plus dual redundant switching. Each outlet is filtered and current is measured at each outlet. It is monitored at multiple points in the circuit and has full remote control for use in an unmanned location.
Bespoke solutions can be delivered to customers with relatively short lead times, says the company, and in low or high volume and manufacturing to suit customers’ budgets.
See Flux Rose on stand F27 or visit www.fluxrose.com