Reduce energy intake through the use of simple and advanced lighting controls
Commercial lighting controls from Knight Watch provide facilities with automated lighting scheduling that comply with national and local building codes, while maintaining a safe and productive work environment. Lighting controls range from schedules that switch lighting on and off to circuits that provide appropriate lighting when a predetermined occupancy is detected by video surveillance systems.
Approximately 40% of commercial buildings’ electric bills come from lighting. Why light a building at full intensity with only one person in an area? By integrating highly accurate occupancy sensors with intelligent building controls, you can achieve proper lighting levels necessary for the amount of people in an area, whether it be one person or thousands.
Our team of Certified Energy Managers® and LEED® Accredited Professionals possess the skill and knowledge to make any sized facility at any stage of development greener though the use of advanced lighting control.
Adjust lighting by zone and start reducing energy costs
Having a quick and simple way to adjust lighting not only helps reduce utility costs, but allows employees to create their perfect working environment. Though our web-based lighting control system, users can:
- Adjust lighting fixtures by zone
- Assign zones to Eco-Friendly, Schedule or Manual modes
- Customize lighting schedules
Lighting & Energy Saving Strategies
At Knight Watch, we dedicate ourselves to helping businesses move toward greener building management through advanced and simple energy saving strategies. Common energy saving strategies include:
Utilizing sunlight for lighting when you don’t need power consuming light fixtures turned on.
Light scheduling – Automatically scheduling lighting equipment to turn on/off based on your preferences. Reduce wasted energy costs quickly by updating non-switched lighting to controllable equipment with scheduling capabilities.
Integrated Lighting Systems
Integrate your lighting controls with access control systems, security systems, and surveillance cameras to automatically adjust lighting based on area conditions. An example of this strategy is a lighting system integrated with an access control system. You can even program employee access cards with customized office temperature and lighting controls. When employees swipe their access cards, their custom temperature and lighting preferences will automatically adjust.