Lighting can be controlled by standard rocker switches, button switches, sliders, dimmers, the Atamate user interface or by the HAZE light switch.
Configure your home to reflect how you want to live; turn the lights on when you go upstairs at night and turns them off when you leave the house. It uses the same sensors as the other building services so you won’t be unexpectedly pitched into darkness.
Sensors can make the best use of natural light by integrating with motorised curtains and blinds, only using electric light when it’s needed.
Lighting can be used to create mood and ambiance, and then saved as a preset for future use. The preset can be triggered by occupancy or a particular event. For example, turning on the TV might close blinds, drops the screen, dims lights and divert the phone.
Different groups using a building might have different lighting requirements. A building manager can save the appropriate setting as a preset that is triggered by entry or by the calendar.
Lighting controls can be linked to alarm systems. An intruder alarm can trigger external security lights while a fire alarm can trigger lights that highlight pathways to the exits.