Low Voltage Controls
Low voltage controls are commonly used to regulate climate and energy use within the home of office. People are most familiar with such controls as extensions of their thermostat or HVAC system but they also are integrated into appliances, monitors and lighting. As the foundation for automated systems, these controls are attributed with cost savings and energy conservation.
Security Systems And Cameras
From a home or office security perspective, automation provides enhanced control over the alarm system. Users can utilize both centralized and remote control monitoring of the security system’s door locks, window entry sensors and other components.
Total home control provides the ability to adjust the amount of daylight and electric light, the temperature, and the power used by appliances used in a specific room or throughout your home. This allows you to save energy, increase convenience and create just the right ambiance.
Light control will directly impact energy consumption and costs. Timers can be activated to turn lights on or off at certain times while sensors allow for lights to be turned on or off according to the presence of people in a particular area. Additionally, light control can be integrated into security system functionality and of course, plays a major role in setting the right mood to support entertainment and home theatre events.