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TMCNet:  AEG Power Solutions Announces New Series of Wireless Controllers for the Lighting Market

[December 05, 2012]

AEG Power Solutions Announces New Series of Wireless Controllers for the Lighting Market

DALLAS --(Business Wire)--

As the lighting market moves towards more sophisticated control systems to reduce costs and their impact on the environment, AEG Power Solutions (AEG PS) announces its ZCM range of wireless controller modules.

ZCM controllers provide substantial energy savings by allowing light fixtures to only supply the amount of light actually required at any instant. They can be used in indoor or outdoor applications where they can offer incremental savings of up to 60 percent or higher, further enhancing the attractiveness of a LED-based lighting solution.

The same ZCM controller can also be used to retrofit existing lighting based on fluorescent, high intensity discharge or other legacy technologies. Wireless mesh networking allows operation over a wide area, while minimizing power consumption. This completely eliminates the need for control wiring which can be a barrier to installations in existing buildings. The ZCM interfaces to the driver or lighting ballast via an industry-standard 0-10V dimming signal and includes a switched output to allow full control of the AC power to the light fixture. The modules are self-powered from wide range AC input and provide a low voltage auxiliary output for use with motion sensors, light sensors or other accessories.

"With the introduction of the ZCM Series, we are allowing customers to gain a greater return from their investment in LED lighting by further lowering energy consumption of the entire system," said Robert Vosburgh, North America sales director, AEG PS. "The value proposition of LE lighting is its payback over a long period of time. Sophisticated, real-time control of light intensity dramatically reduces the payback period, which ultimately increases customers' benefits and the rate at which they are received."


A key benefit of the ZCM is its flexibility of operation; while it can operate as a standalone network in small installations, it is also capable of interfacing with centralized control systems to provide comprehensive control and monitoring. All functions are programmable through a dedicated graphical user interface (GUI) which not only simplifies initial setup, but also allows changes to be made very easily when required. For more information on ZCM specifications, visit www.aegps.com/en/ees/led-drivers/zcm-series-zigbee-control-module/.

About AEG Power Solutions

AEG Power Solutions (AEG PS) Group is a global provider of power electronics systems and solutions for all industrial power requirements offering one of the most comprehensive product and service portfolios in the area of power conversion and power control. Two complementary operating business segments, Renewable Energy Solutions (RES) and Energy Efficiency Solutions (EES) serve customers worldwide. The RES product and service portfolio consists of systems and solutions for solar power plants, such as solar inverters, monitoring and control systems as well as power controllers for a wide range of industrial applications such as polysilicon, energy storage, sapphire and glass. The EES product and service portfolio includes high-performance uninterruptable power supplies (UPSs), industrial chargers, DC systems and converters.

Thanks to its distinctive expertise bridging both AC and DC power technologies and spanning the worlds of both conventional and renewable energy, the company creates innovative solutions for smart grids.

AEG PS' global footprint includes 17 subsidiaries and competence centers around the world with 1,600 employees.

AEG Power Solutions Group is the sole subsidiary of the holding company 3W Power S.A. (WKN A0Q5SX / ISIN GG00B39QCR01), based in Luxembourg. The Group is headquartered in Zwanenburg in the Netherlands. The shares of 3W Power are admitted to trading on Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: 3W9).

For more information, visit www.aegps.com.

This communication does not constitute an offer or the solicitation of an offer to buy, sell or exchange any securities of 3W Power. This communication contains forward-looking statements which include, inter alia, statements expressing our expectations, intentions, projections, estimates, and assumptions. These forward-looking statements are based on the reasonable evaluation and opinion of the management but are subject to risks and uncertainties which are beyond the control of 3W Power and, as a general rule, difficult to predict. The management and the company cannot and do not, under any circumstances, guarantee future results or performance of 3W Power and the actual results of 3W Power may materially differ from the information expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements. As a result, investors are cautioned against relying on the forward-looking statements contained herein as a basis for their investment decisions regarding 3W Power.

3W Power undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement contained herein.


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