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  • Wireless Automation and Power Usage Control
  • Call Us to Find Out More About Custom Home Theatre Design
  • Wireless One Touch Control of Your Media Center from Your Smart Device
  • Home Automation Solutions with C-Bus
  • Control Your Home With the Touch of a Button
  • Commercial Audio / Visual Solutions
  • Listen to Your Favorite Music Streaming Services Wirelessly
  • Wireless Security Monitoring from Your Device Anywhere, Anytime
  • Ask About Our Home Automation Packages
  • Wireless Automation Systems that Use Your Existing Electrical Setup

Lighting Control for Your Home Automation System

Lighting is always one of the biggest parts of an automation system. An automated lighting system can not only create great lighting effects and moods, it can also save you money on running cost.

For example if you have your lights turned on to 90% of their capacity, you not only save 10% on the energy used for your lights you also double the lifetime of the globes. Having lights slowly ramp up and ramp down also increase the life of the globes and electronics.

Lighting automation systems can also integrate with iPads and smart tablet technologies, giving control of your home at your finger tips. Being able to sit down and set the lighting mood can be a quick and simple process.

You can also integrate your lighting with internal and external sensors. People are familiar with sensors turning lights on but what about turn lights off? Imagine having a living room where the lights were turned on but no one is in the room. To save power you can use the sensor to detect if anyone is in the room and if not, turn the lights off.

There are many simple and advanced ways to control your lighting system that not only make it convenient but save you money and give longevity to your electrical system.

For more information and details on our automated lighting services please browse through the rest of our website or contacts us on the details below.

Ph 1300 795 469
E: sales@mccormickconcepts.com.au