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Lighting Use Cases

Increase LED Lighting Efficiency and Extend Fixture Life

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Lighting Use Cases

Increase LED Lighting Efficiency and Extend Fixture Life

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Flicker-Free Lighting

Traditional drivers are inefficient, and eventually cause flickering. Cence intelligently delivers DC power to eliminate inefficiencies caused by traditional drivers, and makes your lighting low-maintenance and flicker free.

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LED Drivers Are Flawed



Non-Stop Maintenance

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Meet Cence

High and low-voltage fault-managed power distribution (12V DC - 450V DC).

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Sustainable and powerful

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Patented safety-features

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Low-voltage wiring practices

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Lighting Use Cases

High-Voltage DC (HVDC) and Low-Voltage DC (LVDC)

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High-Bay Lighting

Industrial Buildings

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Grow Lighting

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Subways and Mining


Office Buildings


Malls and Stores


Condos and Homes

How Cence Works

When Cence connects to an AC power input, it makes one highly-efficient AC to DC power conversion.

how cence works step 1 ac to dc power conversion

Cence LVDC (low-voltage DC) sends up to 60V DC to loads via either internal (centralized) or external (decentralized) drivers. Cence optimizes cable usage, and yield efficiency, with daisy chaining.

how cence works step 2, low voltage, class 2, dc power distribution to loads efficientlyProducts

Cence HVDC (high-voltage DC) sends up to 450V DC to loads via external (decentralized) drivers. Sending higher voltages along cables reduces line losses, saving energy.

how cence works step 3, high voltage, class 4, dc power distribution to loads efficientlyProducts

Cence Nodes (external drivers) form a secure wireless mesh network. These networks send and receive data from power loads, sensors and switches. This enables intelligent control and automation of electrical loads.

how cence works step 4, a wireless mesh network connects all loads to sensors and digital twin software so lighting and hvac can be controlledProducts

Want to see how this would work in your project?

Hit "Get Cence" to provide some basic information on your project, and we'll be in touch to discuss a DC power solution that would make your electrical project efficient, cost effective, and successful.

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Step 1

Click "Get Started", and share some details about your project.

Step 2

We will reach out to discuss the best power distribution option for your project.

Step 3

Implement Cence to reduce your power consumption by up to 40%.

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