4 Ways Lighting Control can Change Your Outlook
360 Media Innovations offers some important considerations
Welcome back to our blog! This month, let’s discuss lighting options…
There are a large variety of lighting systems available, in a variety of configurations and price points. 360 Media Innovations can provide a fully-wired system whether you’re building a home or addition or adding new office space. Or you can select a wireless system that transmits commands over radio frequencies instead of wires. A combination of the two works for many customers looking for a simple way to improve their property appeal, make their life easier and reduce their energy costs at the same time.
But why should you connect your lighting system? We can probably think of more reasons than you’d care to read in a single blog, but consider this: Imagine if your lights dim automatically when you enact preset “scenes” (such as “dinner party” or “kid’s night”), so only the fixtures you need come on, in the colors you’ve selected for that particular scene; or imagine getting up at night and walking to the kitchen with the lights in your path automatically fading on and off (so you don’t have to feel around for switches or wake anyone else up with too-bright bulbs); or imagine your lights interacting with other home systems (such as motorized window shades, security systems, thermostats and whole-house control and automation) to maintain the temperature and economize energy use, whether you’re at home or away.
And that’s just scratching the surface plate. 360 Media Innovations delivers lighting solutions for every part of your environment…
1. Outdoor Lighting
With astronomical timer, lights turn on automatically at dusk and adjust the settings to coincide with the changing daily sunset.
2. Photocell Sensors
Placed near motorized window treatments, these sensors read how much natural light is entering a space and trigger the opening or closing of shades or drapes to harvest daylight while protecting your valuables from excessive sun exposure.
3. Lighting System Processors
A lighting control system often requires a main processor, or several processors, which are typically located in an equipment room. Some wireless lighting control systems also require processors.
4. Wireless Repeaters
These are often needed to ensure that commands sent by a wireless lighting control system are transmitted reliably. They are placed in various locations throughout your property.
Whole-house or business lighting control systems are available from companies including Lutron and home control companies like ELAN g!. 360 Media Innovations also offers a variety of lighting control products that employ wireless technologies throughout NY and NJ. And we’ll walk you through all the lighting options currently at your disposal. Contact or give us a call today (201-228-0941)!
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