A new home automation system will allow you to simplify your home’s lighting features. Your new outdoor lighting system can be programmed to turn on or off at specified times, such as sunrise or sunset. Lighting can even be controlled by specific events. For example, if the security system is activated; the home automation system will turn on all the home’s outdoor lights. Lighting control can be very helpful inside the home as well.
A single event such as setting the alarm for “Away Mode” would reassure you that all the lights in the house are turned off. Setting a “Vacation Mode” for the home can automatically turn on or off lights at preset times to simulate the home being occupied. Even rooms with many different accent and room lights can be simplified by activating preset lighting scenes such as “Watch TV” or “Entertain” with the touch of a single button. These scenes will automatically set up the lighting in the room or the whole house to your favorite settings for that activity.
In addition to these conveniences, you will also be saving energy. Devices such as room occupancy sensors make sure lights automatically turn off when rooms aren’t being occupied. Time controlled events such as automatically turning lights on at sunset and off at sunrise will help conserve electricity. Also, simply using a dimmer allows for an average 10% energy savings verses using a basic on/off switch and can drastically increase the lifespan of the light bulbs.
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