Sensor behaviour has less scope to play with, and so less scope to mess up. All I really had to do was talk to the owner of the business and to the employees to understand how they used the space and making sure that the lighting supported that accordingly.
That’s the best bit of advice I can give about installing not just Interact Pro but any lighting control system by the way. Talk to the wider team. Learn how they use the space (not really possible in new buildings but you know what I’m getting at). With smart systems like this that are easily dimmable and have elements of personal control, individuals can set up lights to suit them best but it does need some forethought to help make this easy for them.
The upshot of all this though is that the system works – we know the savings LED provides and thanks to Interact Pro we can see which areas are using the most energy and work out how we can reduce this. In the end they saved 79% of the energy they were using on lighting. And I felt a small amount of pride at a job done – even if not done that well.
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