A modern way of doing lighting
Smart Lighting Features
Your lights can turn on automatically as soon as you enter a room. This is achieved with discrete motion sensors.
Automatic turn-off when not needed
You can choose to have lights automatically turn off when no motion has been detected in a room for a set time period.
Natural light considered
Don’t worry, your lights will not be automatically turned on in the middle of the day. Natural light levels are monitored and factored in.
Simple but effective. You can choose which lights have the ability to change colour.
Turn off all lights from one switch when leaving
When leaving, you can turn off all lights throughout your home or building, from one switch by the door.
Quickly check whether any of your lights are on or off via the app. You can do this even if you’re out.
Choose which lights you want to be dimmable. You can dim lights via the app or through our switches.
At night, you can have dim lights automatically come on in corridors to guide your way without dazzling you.
Quickly check whether any of your lights are on or off via the app.
You can do this even if you’re out.
Types of Smart Lighting
We can control almost any light fixture, so if you already have specific lights in mind, that’s absolutely fine. Here are three of the most common types of lights we use to create beautiful lighting moods in any area.
Pendant lightings are a nice touch to add a premium feel to any space. Plus they’re a great way to highlight a specific space, such as a kitchen island or check-in desk. For an added wow factor you might want to go for a pendant that offers colour-changing lighting.
Led spotlights are a great choice for providing the majority of lighting in any room or area. They’re usually installed flush into the ceiling in a grid layout providing a minimalist finish.
These types of lights are made even better when they’re easily dimmable, giving you the ability to light your space however you like.
When done correctly LED strip can completely change the look and feel of any space. We commonly use LED strip under kitchen cabinets, TV units, stairs or anywhere else in need of a pop of light. You can get really creative with how you use LED strip.