1. Automatic Lighting Controls
There are various automatic lighting control systems that you need to install in place to automate your lighting. These lighting control systems are divided into three fundamental categories that are the timers, daylight harvesting controls, and occupancy/vacancy control.
A) Timers – The timer system is basically used for scheduling reducing the output of the lighting system that you can set up on a timed event. The microprocessor is built in the control system which helps in the same. Turning ON or OFF to certain timing which we set in the lights will function automatically saving tons of energy as well as supporting the changing functions of space.
B) Daylight Harvesting Controls – Daylight harvesting or delayed response is yet another automatic lightning control system by which the interior lightning it’s maintained by virtue of adjusting to a particular level which in turn helps in cutting energy cost. You can effectively use daylight harvesting control in areas that receive a consistently high amount of daylight examples the lightning adjacent to windows or next to skylights
C) Occupancy/vacancy control – It is pretty obvious that are not many spaces that are occupied or used at all times, building upon this idea. Occupancy and vacancy sensors are a device which is developed to sense if the space is occupied or unoccupied in accordance to which it automatically turns OFF (or dim) the lights. On the contrary it also automatically turns on when it detects the presence of people, offering convenience and reliable security aid.
2. Smart Switch
You can directly replace your traditional buildings switches with smart switches installing them into your existing in-wall back boxes. They will provide you with regular functioning but in addition to that, there will be new ways how you can be able to control your home lighting and switch-wired devices. This is all possible with the true remote control which you can get by installing a dedicated app connected to your home Wi-Fi network. It helps you by allowing you to access and control your switches from anywhere anytime.
There are many benefits that you can get out of smart switches such as controlling lights, ceiling fans, hardwired appliances like chimneys, and even your disposal units basically every appliance in your home. All by just giving voice command using a smart speaker like Amazon echo, remote control with your smartphone, or based on our time schedule or by use of a more complex automation unit.
3. Smart Light
If you are looking for more convenience, control, and effective way of lighting up your space instead of your conventional light bulbs. Smart bulbs are the answer to all your problems. The smart light is an integral part of home automation which brings you efficient and innovative ways to manage lightning in your home. By connecting these bulbs to the internet you can access different features and aspects like the color and brightness of the lights. All of this at your fingertips, which you can customize and control via an app that you have to install on your smartphone device.