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We provide a wide variety of smart lighting options
Energy Efficiency -Save money while reducing your carbon footprint.
Functional Efficiency -Reduce effort by automating your lighting and integrating with other building systems. Optimize your space usage with variable lighting.
Occupant Comfort and Productivity -Adjust lighting for the activity and user needs

You can use controls to improve your energy efficiency
Daylight Harvesting -The capability to automatically affect the operation of lighting based on the amount of daylight and/or ambient light that is present in a space.
Occupancy Sensing -The capability to affect the operation of lighting or other equipment based on detecting the presence or absence of people in a space. This can be done by individual light or by zone.
Scheduling -The capability to automatically affect the operation of lighting based on time of day
Demand Response -The capability to reduce the energy consumption of a lighting system, in a pre-defined way, on a temporary basis, in response to a demand response signal.
Energy Monitor -The ability of a device to report its own energy consumption, or the energy consumption of any controlled device via direct measurement or other methodology.

Lighting controls can also improve the function of your spaces
Remote Diagnostics -The ability to monitor, diagnose and report operational performance including system and/or component failures.
Data Logging and Analytics -The ability of the system to store and report information about the systems use over time.
Emergency Lighting Integration -The ability to integrate emergency lighting into the system through battery backup or another method.
Building Systems Integration -The ability to exchange data with other building systems such as Building or Energy Management Systems (BMS/EMS), Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), security/fire systems, or other lighting systems.
Network -The capability of individual luminaires and control devices to exchange digital data with other luminaires and control devices in a system.
Local Processing -The capability of sensors and luminaires to execute pre-programmed energy saving strategies without a separate central control unit.
User Interface -An advanced interface for reading and adjusting control system settings during the system start-up, commissioning, and normal operation of the system. Includes the ability to uniquely identify and adjust each individual luminaire, sensor, controller and user interface device in the lighting system.

Lighting can help make your occupants more comfortable and productive

Lighting Control -The ability to uniquely identify and/or adjust each individual luminaire or group of luminaires and user interface device in the lighting system, allowing for configuration and re-configuration of devices.
Continuous Dimming -The capability of a control system to provide control with sufficient resolution to support light level changes perceived as smooth (as opposed to step dimming with few discrete light levels).
High-end Trim -The capability to set maximum light output of an individual or group of luminaires.
Personal Control -The capability for individual users to adjust the illuminated environment to their personal preferences within a space.