WiSilica lighting controls

Smart Lighting scenes- what you should know?

Scene is one of the basic features of Smart Lighting. It’s not that lights can be switched ON/OFF or dimmed, but can also be programmed to suit your lighting requirements, activities or schedules. Scene control allows you to light up an area based on the occupancy detection, daylight availability or schedules.

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Lighting with Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

Occupancy-based lighting is driving energy efficiencies today, besides drastically improving convenience. Wired or wireless, it plays a key role in achieving cost effectiveness, especially, in locations that are intermittently used like stairwells, breakrooms, conference rooms, restrooms, etc. Additionally, with the rise of telecommuting, offices today are increasingly becoming intermittent paving path for more occupancy sensing technology-penetration. Read More