A lighting control system is an intelligent network based lighting control solution that incorporates communication between various system inputs and outputs related to lighting control with the use of one or more central computing devices. Lighting control systems are widely used on both indoor and outdoor lighting of commercial, industrial, and residential spaces. Lighting control systems serve to provide the right amount of light where and when it is needed.

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Centralized lighting allows you to move your lighting controls elsewhere, like a closet, allowing you to replace banks of switches with stylish and elegant keypads. Button customization enables one-touch control of lighting of course, but also entertainment, security, climate and more.

Lighting Automation is the discipline of creating automated changes in lighting levels to affect mood, emphasize architecture, illuminate art, and influence action. Automated lighting from Vantage can be described like the rising or setting of the sun. As light gradually, imperceptibly moves across the landscape our senses are heightened and we see earth with new perspective.

Architects and lighting designers have long understood the power of light and its ability to define, highlight, and transform architecture. To manipulate light in such a way as to simultaneously evoke subtlety and complexity requires a serious understanding of light.

Lighting automation provides professional designers with the tools to fully implement their designs and users with the full enjoyment of their luxury spaces.

In areas where you would prefer not to cut open walls for cable running, wireless dimmers, switches, and keypads make for an ideal control interface. Wireless lighting is often favorable for remodel projects and can be more cost-effective than retrofitting a wired system.

Perfect for homes that are in the new-build stages or homes undergoing a remodel project, lighting wires are run to a centralized location—such as a utility closet—eliminating the need for banks of switches (“wall acne”) and, instead, replacing control of individual or sets of light fixtures with stylish and elegant keypads.