SMART CONTROLLER BURN-IN
Currently we’re in the process of ‘burn-in’ testing our Sentinel-50w street lights with the latest SMART connected controllers. Burn-in testing procedures are designed to test components by commissioning the units within our testing facility to run for an extended period of time to detect any potential problems.
Burn-in testing is conducted to ensure that our lighting systems functions properly before they are deployed in the field. This rigorous development and testing is just one more reason why Green Frog Systems design some of the most reliable lighting systems available.
A burn-in testing phase can ensure that new components and equipment are functioning correctly, for example running in a new computer or server for several days before committing it to use. The idea is that if any of the individual components within the system are defective or unable to perform as required the problem will usually occur within the initial testing time frame.
The burn-in testing process allows for us to gather some extra data on the lighting system too. Things such as ambient temperatures, average operational temperature and potential environmental variables can be identified and documented for future reference.