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Controls & Sensors

Lighting controls allow for easy hands-free operation.

Photosensors measure the amount of natural light in a space and adjust the lighting's brightness accordingly. Timers operate the lighting based upon a programmed time.

Wireless occupancy sensors detect activity in an area and adjust as needed. 

Dimming controls save on energy, extend the life of bulbs and minimize excess heat to cut down on cooling costs.

Wireless lighting controls help reduce or even eliminate excess power usage. At the same time, safety and security are improved because lights turn back on based on motion. For applications such as parking lot lighting and facility lighting, property owners can lower energy expenses while maintaining a safely lit environment.

Lighting control systems boost productivity by giving commercial lighting systems the right amount of light with less effort. 

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