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AmpLight - Centralized
Streetlight Control
AmpLight

Cost effective Telemanagement, with remote control of


outdoor lighting on highways, roads, streets and in
residential areas. Saves energy by enabling a group of light
points to be switched on or off at any given time or set to
pre-determined dimming level. Makes outdoor lighting
installations intelligent and dynamic, minimizing light
pollution and increasing safety.
Benefits
Philips provides end-to-end solutions including hosting & connectivity
Maximum savings thanks to special Philips algorithms
Uses future-proof and scalable technology
Features
A turnkey AmpLight solution monitors and controls the control
cabinets and provides energy savings of up to 35%
AmpLight controls can be installed in an existing cabinet to control
and monitor the lamps in that cluster
AmpLight uses a user-friendly software tool capable of showing all
the relevant information such as failures, energy consumption,
lifetime, etc., and even real-time monitoring using web mapping
services from the Internet with an option for customer to use
Google maps
Application
Designed for highways, roads or street lighting in general, including
residential areas

AmpLight
System
LFC7500 AmpLight CPU
LFC7520 AmpLight Switch module
LFC7510 AmpLight Current module
LFC7530 AmpLight Battery module

2
LFC7540 AmpLight MBus
LFC7550 AmpLight RS485
LFC7560 AmpLight Euridis

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Related products
The AmpLight CPU module is the central
processing unit in the AmpLight Module
System. Equipped with a powerful ARM9
processor and a Linux kernel, the module
monitors and controls all other modules
in the AmpLight Module System.Direct
communication between the modules
takes place by means of an A-Bus
interface, which is based on the
industrially proven RS-485 technology.
The A-Bus interface is also used for
power supply between the modules.The
AmpLight CPU module serves as a WAN
communications and data concentrator
module. Two-way communication with
the central server takes place via GPRS,
SMS or Ethernet. The module has the
ability to automatically switch between
different available communications
carriers in order to provide stable and
reliable communication. New carrier
types like, e.g. WIFI and WIMAX can be
implemented later (using the USB or the
Ethernet port on the module) to obtain
the best, most reliable and cheapest
communication in the future. Data are
either delivered to the server immediately
or stored locally in the built-in flash
memory of the AmpLight CPU module
until scheduled delivery. Software and
configurations are updated remotely from

The AmpLight MBUS module is a client

the server and stored on the AmpLight

interface module in the AmpLight System.

CPU module enabling it to autonomously

It is designed for two-way communication

execute tasks, e.g. turn the streetlight

with M-Bus compatible equipment from

on/off or collect meter readings based on

various manufacturers. In AmpLight

the configurations set up by the

Metering - an advanced metering

user.Voltage values on all three phases of

infrastructure (AMI) system - the

the main supply are monitored by the

AmpLight MBUS module is used for

AmpLight CPU module. If the module is

establishing two-way communication with

installed together with an AmpLight

M-Bus compatible utility meters, e.g.

Battery, the AmpLight CPU will be

water or electricity meters. The AmpLight

supplied with backup power via the A-

MBUS module can easily be connected

Bus in the event of power failure. This

with up to ten utility meters. The

enables the AmpLight CPU module to

AmpLight MBUS module collects readings

store data and send a main power failure

and other data from the meters and

alarm to the central server before it shuts

subsequently transfers these data to an

down safely.

AmpLight CPU module that acts as a data


concentrator and WAN module. The
AmpLight CPU module delivers the data
to the central server when required.
Direct communication and power supply
between the AmpLight MBUS module
and
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AmpLight CPU
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handled by an incorporated A-Bus


interface, which is based on the

AmpLight

Dimensional drawing
LFC7510 AmpLight Current
Product

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LFC7510 AmpLight Current

35

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LFC7510 AmpLight Current

LFC7500 AmpLight CPU


RS-232

Service

Product

A-Bus
FCC ID: VBO-LFC7500
IC: 135Y-LFC7500

AmpLight CPU
9137 003 410

4EE5

3 x 230V ~ 150mA
0682
50-60Hz
Tightening torque 4.5-5.3 lbs in

L1

L2

L3

Class 2 inputs and


outputs on this side
of dashed line

86

Supply by more than 1 phase possible!


Use copper conductors only.
Wire rating 65C minimum.

LFC7500 AmpLight CPU

Operating temperature -20 .. 60C (Max.Temp.)


Made in Thailand

Inputs

NC

157

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LFC7500 AmpLight CPU

LFC7530 AmpLight Battery


Product
LFC7530 AmpLight Battery
A-Bus
300mA-out/160mA-in

86

LFC7530 9137 003 413


AmpLight Battery
THA YYWW

Made in Thailand

I/O

35

58

LFC7530 AmpLight Battery

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2015 Philips Lighting Holding B.V.


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