Everyone wants the best results when installing a lighting control at their home or business. Whether it’s providing comfort or promoting excitement, creating that visual appeal or delivering efficiency.
Enhancing the aesthetics of a room or building is one of the appeals of lighting control because you can preset scenes allowing light settings to be recalled at anytime providing a consistent look and feel to the space. Just a simple change of lighting in the space can set the mood, even with the slightest dimming of the light level. Drawing attention to areas and objects by increasing the light relative to the surrounding environment.
If the right mood is set it can create a unique experience that can help separate what you want to display and what you don’t want shown because we all know that first impressions are lasting. Welcoming lighting control can make your home or work inviting and will impress clients or visitors. Effective, well-illuminated environments can have a positive impact on anyone.
Integrate lighting controls with architectural shade systems to reduce glare, minimize heating, and save energy. Programming shades into a lighting controlled room can provide a consistent appearance of all exterior windows when viewed from the outside. Also audio-visual equipment based on lighting scenes, so you can have a programmed button that turns the lights down and the entertainment system on.
The lighting control reduces the need for frequent lamp changes in difficult to access light fixtures as dimming systems increase the lifespan of the light sources which saves money and time. It will provide the right safety for any building or home when you are leaving work or coming home in the dark.
Lighting controls can provide a variety of control methods to suit any settings, ensuring that energy is not consumed unnecessarily while furnishing the user with flexible control over their environment. Users can select pre-set scenes at the touch of a button to turn on the suitable light levels by areas and individual zones. For spaces that aren’t in use as much can have occupancy control installed with can be used to automatically turn lights off when the space becomes vacant. Daylight harvesting and time scheduling are two popular methods in an office, which automates lighting by scheduling when lights come on or off or even times of day, events and calendar schedules.
The ability to control fluorescent lighting by pairing dimming-capable ballasts with occupancy sensors, daylight controls, and building management systems represents an outstanding opportunity for businesses to save on energy costs while providing appropriate levels of light.