Use any light switch and any lighting protocol, DALI, DMX, when integrating lighting into an Atamate system.
Easily configure Atamate to turn lights on or off when the room is occupied.
Lighting can be controlled by standard rocker switches, button switches, sliders, dimmers, the Atamate user interface or by the HAZE light switch.
Lighting controls can be linked to fire and security alarm systems. An intruder alarm can trigger external security lights while a fire alarm can trigger lights that highlight pathways to the exits.
Atamate’s preset creates a preferred mood and ambience that can be saved for future use. Presets are used by different groups that require different lighting and can be triggered by entry or calendar date.
Configure your building using the same sensors as the other building services to reflect how you want to live; turn the lights on when you go upstairs at night and turn them off when you leave the house.
Wireless switches can be installed anywhere and use only the power the switch produces itself.
Install coloured lighting in a room; use RGB (red, green, blue) LED lights to create any ambience.
Integrate any Bluetooth lights or light switches into your Atamate system.
Different groups using a building might have different lighting requirements. For instance, in a community building, the elderly bridge group may want the lights turned up, whilst the yoga group may want dimmed lighting. A building manager can save the appropriate setting as a preset that’s triggered by keypad, IFC entry or calendar date.
Good lighting is essential when caring for the elderly, especially those with dementia. Ageing eyes need twice as much light as young eyes – and people with dementia need even more. Ensuring there’s good, bright lighting in all areas of a building will reduce the likelihood of falls and slips, as well as providing a better environment.