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Lighting Control

Any room with elegant scene lighting and control can change that room into a work of art. Every single light controlled and dimmed to the right level with a push of a single button. We can work with interior decorators and help design lighting scenes that highlight portraits, dinner tables, artworks, reading chairs, and many other types.

Not only do you enjoy the harmony of elegance to your home, but automated lighting controls adds great comfort and convenience to your life as well. When you come home from work or you leave the house, the lights will automatically turn off or on.

Having automated lighting can also save you significantly when it come to your pocket book. The amount of energy wasted when you leave unutilized lighting on in other areas of your home adds up quickly. By dimming just 10% of the maximum lighting load, you can save 10% a year on your electricity bill. That's thousands of dollars over the course of a few years. And by dimming your lights 25%, you can save 20% off your energy bill plus extend the life of the bulb 10 times longer!

Our lighting products take advantage of various technologies, both wireless and wired. However, depending on the application, we will specify exactly what is the optimal lighting system, as it can be localized or centralized at 120V or low voltage for LED lighting.

Our lighting control systems are easy to place after installation of the other components in some cases. As a result, some of our our customers will opt to upgrade to automated lighting after their home is complete and their finances have recovered from the cost of building a new home. We specialize in retrofit installations, where experience is key when it comes to seemless professional installation.


Should I automated some of the lights or all of the lights in my home?
If your budget allows, it is sometimes ideal to automate all of your lights. You would have complete control of every light and device, and ensure that no light stays on by accident. However, in most cases, it is not within budget, as such we specify the most effective lights to automate in these cases.

Which are the lights that I should automate?
The lights that one should automate are the following: - entry lights
- exit lights
- outdoor lights
- garage lights
- hallway lights
- stairway lights
- rooms with more than 3 lights

The lights that one should not automate are the following:
- storage rooms
- closets
- areas which are least occupied

Do I need special wires for the lights?
No special wire is needed to control the lights in most residential applications. In some commercial applications, such as 270V lighting, special wiring is often cases needed.

How reliable are the lights?
The lights are extremely reliable. The communication in some of our automated lighting systems can be paralleled to what the U.S. Military uses for their RF communication.

Should I automate the ceiling fans?
Automating ceiling fans can add energy management capabilities into the mix. With the use of an automated fan, and control of fan speed, the costs of an HVAC system can be drastically reduced when combined with a smart home system.

Real-World Applications

Path Illumination – Illuminate your way at night as you go to the bathroom or to the kitchen to get a cookie. With the use of well placed motion detectors connected to the automation system, the hallway lights can illuminate to 25% as you find your path. The lights will not turn on and blind you and disturb your nighttime mood.

Another practical application is to turn on the kitchen lights or entry lights when the garage door is triggered. This allows one to enter the home with the groceries and not have to fumble to turn on the lights.

Outdoor lighting - Outdoor lighting control to the changing sunset and sunrise times is the most critical application for most people. This lighting control adds security and peace of mind, knowing that your home is always protected at night and money is always being saved by not leaving the outside lights on.

Security - Customers who choose to integrate lighting control systems to their automation system also benefit from the added security. If the alarm is triggered at night or goes off, the entire house or that specific zone can be illuminated immediately, deterring any would-be vandals or thieves. The lights can also flash outside, indicating a type of distress signal to close-by neighbors or police.

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