Taiwan's first long-range wireless link-activated LED lights

【新唐人亞太台 2017 年 09 月 05 日訊】Global movement in saving energy and reducing carbon emission, Taiwan government is also actively promoting it. There is an independent Taiwanese team who developed the first long-range wireless link-activated LED lights. Without using a mobile phone or intelligent devices operation, LED lights can detect automatically, through linked activation, light up each lamps in the front. 

Reporter Jin-Jin Li: "Stepping into home, lights will automatically light up, through wireless link-activated function, light up each lamps automatically in the front." 

Even through the dim corner of the stairs, the lamp can also sense human movement in advance, and the secret of link-activation, is in this little wireless communication device. 

System Technology Company General Manager Dennis.Tai: 
"Adding the wireless communication module inside, of course, there is also a human movement detection sensor inside, so when human movement is detected, or a car movement, through our wireless module, letting the entire area light up simultanously in advance" 

System Technology Company Manager Colt.Jan: 
“As you can see, it will receive my instruction, letting it starts flashing." 

Based on years of experience in wireless communications, the Taiwanese team get into internet as early as 2009, aiming at intelligent home development, the wireless linkage, pre-activation concept, moving towards an intelligent city, also successfully used in Taipei City public carpark. As long as any one light is triggered, will also awaken surrounding lights within 30 meters. Compared to traditional light sources, it’s at least 70% more energy efficient, design priorities are based on safety and energy saving considerations.

System Technology Company General Manager Dennis.Tai: 
“After the installation is completed, the system will be interconnected to each other, linking up same type of lighting devices. So there is no need to do any special settings, achieving the benefit of energy saving." 

How much energy can be saved? The two cities in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung public car parks for example, add up to about 798 places, if all replaced by this system, a total saving about 70 million kWh a year, equivalent of 4.7% of Taiwan’s total solar power generation, if 1 kWh is converted to $3, a saving of more than $200 million. 

System Technology Company General Manager Dennis.Tai: 
"If we can preserve the preciously generated electricity, under greatest circumstances save it up, not let it be wasted, in fact we may, from the overall electricity tightening situation at moment, getting a relief." 

Saving energy from the sources, the Taiwanese team independently developed the patented wireless link-activated energy-saving system, providing new solutions to green energy-saving lifestyle. 

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