Lighting control delivers an enhanced patient experience and a higher quality of care by providing personalized light levels, improved patient comfort, reduced risk of errors and increased staff productivity. Hospital facilities can also realize significant energy savings through integrated light control strategies such as daylighting, occupancy sensing, light level tuning, time clocks and personal control.

Data Center

Data centers don't usually focus on lighting improvements because lighting represents a small portion of the total load in your facility. Data centers are all about cooling, yet constant lighting can increase heat within the data center, which in turn increases the need for more cooling.


Lighting controls aren't limited to indoor spaces – walkways, parking lots and garages and security areas can benefit from their energy and maintenance savings.


Because office buildings have a general set time of occupancy, time scheduling can be an excellent first step in energy savings with lighting controls.


Retail displays can benefit from lighting controls. Vending machines and supermarket freezers utilize motion detectors to turn on the lighting in the display, saving energy and bulb life. Counter display cases can also benefit from motion sensors, as targeted lighting can highlight specialty items only when motion triggers the sensor, ideal for jewelry or other high end displays.


Lighting controls are an excellent way for hotels to save on energy consumption and costs. Lighting can account for up to 35 percent of a hotel's energy bill, according to Hotel Interactive, so lighting controls can play a significant role in the reduction of energy costs.