The Haiku Light is an LED fixture containing built-in technology designed to maximize convenience and efficiency for end-users. High-efficiency LEDs and an onboard occupancy sensor save energy by directing the light to turn on only when a user is in the space. The fixture utilizes Active Light Equalization technology to adjust its brightness as ambient light levels change, conserving energy while lighting remains consistent.
Haiku Light fixtures are more efficient and functional than existing smart bulbs in the lighting market, the company says. Light’s occupancy sensor is located in the fixture itself rather than tied to a separate occupancy sensor. In addition, since the fixtures can be wirelessly grouped together no matter which room entrance is used, the lights will turn on automatically and simultaneously in an occupant’s presence. Automation means nobody has to worry about forgetting to turn off lights, the company says.
The Haiku Light fixtures don’t have to be grouped to the same electrical circuit to work together so a retrofit can be done by installing the lights in existing cans or flush mounts, and then grouping them. Each fixture has 16 brightness settings, meaning there is no dimmer switch required for personalizing light levels. A die-cast outer housing also acts as a heat sink, extending the LEDs’ lifespan beyond 50,000 hours.
The lights can also be grouped together and controlled simultaneously using the standard remote control, the optional Haiku Wall Control, or a conventional light switch. Users can segment sets of fixtures so that only the lights they need in the moment are drawing power. Active Light Equalization means that spaces only use as much light as they need, even when they’re on for long periods of time.