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Applied control strategies:

Applied control strategies
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Control strategies ensure optimal optimisation of lighting systems. Utilising motion/daylight, time and optimisation controls.

Applying the strategies best suited to your activities: high-end trim strategy automatically adjusted as burning hours increase, fixtures controlled based on-time scheduling, motion control strategy and lighting switched on to a dim level based on the amount of daylight coming in.

Combine light control strategies by adding sensors, switches and pre-configurated time schedules to make sure lighting is only used where and when needed. This will help you to stop wasting energy and gain significant savings.

Selected Control Strategies per area


High-End Trim

Lowering light levels when lumen output is higher than needed, and gradually increasing to full power at the low end of the maintenance cycle to maintain proper light levels. High-end trim also includes the fixed lumen overshoot.


Time scheduling

Switching or dimming lights on prearranged time frames during the day.


Motion control

Switching lights on, or increasing their intensity, when needed and switching them off, or dimming them, when not needed in response to unscheduled comings and goings of occupants.


Daylight harvesting

Dimming or switching off lights automatically when daylight from a window or skylight provides sufficient light.

Button/Machinery control

Switching on or increasing the intensity of lights with switches or pulse buttons for a fixed or unlimited length of time.

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