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The new Bluetooth sensor and dongle for our HubSense system
HubSense, the innovative Bluetooth Mesh system for upgrading offices to the requirements of today’s modern
business world, has been enhanced by a new sensor generation. Thanks to compact dimensions in compliance with Zhaga Book 20, both the QBM D4i LS/PD LI R sensor and the QBM D4i LI R dongle provide more freedom for the design of luminaires.
Entering the world of IoT is easy. The DALI PRO 2 IoT comes with a built-in gateway and provides a simple way to access cloud applications. Thanks to its browser-based graphical user interface, commissioning the system is faster and easier than ever before.
Xchange from OSRAM – Your eShop to make shopping simple and convenient
We are pleased to invite you to our new eShop xchange.osram.com. Since its successful kick-off last year, most of our direct customers from all over the world have already used this new e-shopping site.
Numerous functions and the intuitive user interface provide a best-in-class shopping experience.
OSRAM Services – Our expertise accompanies you all the way
OSRAM Digital Systems offers a wide range of services, allowing you to count on our professional and personalized support – from the first lines on your sketchpad until project completion. Whether your project is to design and launch a new luminaire, to provide a work space with the latest light management system...
Those of you who ever watched underwater documentaries have witnessed it with their own eyes: The deeper a diver goes, the darker it gets. You’re also aware that the animals inhabiting the world's deep seas live in complete darkness – and that just watching, or even filming them wouldn’t be possible without artificial light sources.
But at how many meters underwater do human beings begin to have absolutely no visibility at all? Question: At how many meters underwater does a diver begin to see nothing but black if no artificial light source is available?
a) At about 30 meters underwater
b) At about 60 meters underwater
c) At about 400 meters underwater
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