Discover the technology behind the Spacr system and how it works to save you money and time in your building space.
Power over Ethernet or PoE describes any system that transmits both electricity and data through ethernet cables. PoE is commonly used for wireless access points, IP cameras and VoIP phones.
Spacr utilizes PoE to create a microgrid within a building a workspace. Ethernet cables allow for a plug-and-play system to be created, connecting power to your lights much more efficiently. The PoE system allows for lighting and other equipment to be connected and controlled from our app.
BACnet is a communication protocol for Building Automation and Control (BAC) networks. It functions to allow communication of building automation control systems such as HVAC, lighting and security systems. BACnet allows for these automation devices to exchange information regardless of their function.
Spacr is designed to seamlessly integrate with a building’s existing BACnet system through the cloud. BACnet can be accessed remotely through the SpacrApp eliminating the need to be onsite or connected to the building’s LAN.
The large electrical grids that power cities run off of AC power but at each LED light or power source there is a conversion from AC to DC power that occurs. This conversion causes efficiency loss which leads to wasted power and wasted money.
The Spacr system allows for this conversion to happen much more efficiently in one location: the Spacr box. Utilizing our DC microgrid in buildings or workspaces for your lighting or HVAC decreases the electrical bill and the building’s environmental impact.
DC-based LED lighting is the future of commercial lighting solutions. DC outlasts and conserves more energy than standard fluorescent bulbs.
By converting to a DC grid and DC lights through Spacr a building can automatically reduce energy costs, increase bulb life and decrease environmental impact.
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