The SL-2-DC can manage solar or AC powered devices but is particularly valuable for monitoring solar assets like bus stop lighting and real-time signage. OutdoorLink
OutdoorLink Inc. released the SL-2-DC controller, its newest addition to the SmartLink™ Asset Management System. The model is designed to manage low voltage digital assets like bus stop lighting, real-time signage, Wi-Fi routers, media players, and illuminated advertising shelters. All assets are controlled through the cloud, which reduces the need for onsite troubleshooting and provides 24/7 monitoring and control.
The SL-2-DC can manage solar or AC powered devices but is particularly valuable for monitoring solar assets like bus stop lighting and real-time signage. When assets like these reach critically low power levels or lose power entirely, the SmartLink™ system notifies users so they can minimize downtime and restore functionality as quickly as possible. Run-times can be changed online to accommodate solar power limitations, which keeps devices running when needed and reduces the frequency of battery replacements.
The SL-2-DC is the most compact controller in the SmartLink™ collection and can be easily installed into new or existing enclosures. OutdoorLink has partnered with Urban Solar to include the SL-2-DC in the deployment of the new PV Stop+. The PV Stop+ provides a pole-mounted solar solution for bus stops without shelters where security lighting and/or digital displays are needed.