Lighting Control

Lighting control is considered essential for commercial buildings. Dependent on the building use (and design), warehouses, offices and retail stores, schools, hospitals, and hotels will all require different commercial lighting control solutions.

The best lighting control system (LCS) for your site or location will be determined by a number of factors including types of light fittings, and functionality (i.e. are the lights to be switched, or dim up and down; will they adjust according to natural daylight; will they operate on occupancy, or on pre-set schedules?)   Your lighting control system may be ‘stand alone’ or it may integrate with other building systems such as HVAC and AV.

A small number of possible control scenarios are outlined below, but a multitude of options are available. We can advise on the best, and most cost effective solution for your building: whether at the planning stage, a new build, or the upgrade of an existing property.

DALI Dimming - Lighting Control

DALI Dimming

DALI stands for Digital Addressable Lighting Interface. A DALI control system can be a source of significant energy savings. Another advantage is the ability to make changes via programming only, with no need to re-arrange or re-group lights as in a fixed output system.

DALI Broadcast - Lighting Control

DALI Broadcast

If individual addressing of luminaires is not required,  a DALI broadcast controller can control up to 64 devices on a single DALI line. This allows ‘group’ control via a rotary switch or similar.

Daylight Harvesting - Lighting Control

Daylight Harvesting

With Daylight Harvesting your control system chooses natural daylight first, only “topping up” with artificial light when ambient light levels are insufficient.

Emergency Lighting - Lighting Control

Emergency Lighting Control

As DALI becomes the solution of choice for modern lighting controls, it makes sense to incorporate the emergency lighting into the DALI system, allowing a complete and seamless monitored solution.

Plug + Play Lighting Control System

Plug + Play

With  its innovative, modular construction (plug in detectors and control devices), it may be worth considering a cost effective Plug + Play system for your building. It can be simple to install and maintain.

Wireless Lighting Control - Retrofit Solutions

Retrofit Solutions

New technology has seen a variety of retrofit solutions emerge that do not require the complex cabling requirements of older style lighting control systems.

Past Projects

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Kathmandu – Retail Stores – Call System

Kathmandu – Retail Stores – Call System

Kathmandu were seeking a 'call for assistance' system that could be installed in the fitting rooms inside their stores. The requirement was for a push button in the fitting rooms that a customer could push if a different size/colour, or any other ...