Lighting control at the corporate level can help to reduce energy consumption, reduce electricity bills and create a hassle-free way of operating the lighting system throughout a campus.
How does lighting control work?
A traditional lighting system uses lighting loads wired to wall-mounted on/off switches in each room to control the lights. Lighting control uses the same lighting loads wired to an enclosure where our processor resides. The processor allows for control of multiple lighting loads from a single point, whether that point is in an individual room or a building management office. To remove the control of the lights completely, occupancy sensors turn lights on the instant someone enters and turn off the lights after a predetermined period of inactivity.
Shading Control Systems
The most basic way to control a climate control system is through the wall-mounted thermostat. We can tailor a control systems plan to fit your organization’s need that either opens up control to the individuals or limits control to a select few. Some of the control options include mobile devices, laptops or pc’s, and touch panels. We can even automate the whole control process to function within defined parameters based on a predetermined schedule.