Spotlight on Conference Room Lighting Systems
Lighting control creates a more productive, efficient and attractive workspace
It’s difficult to overstate the impact your lights have on your business. Your lighting design affects how well your employees can do their jobs, sets the mood throughout your office and impacts your utility costs.
These issues are particularly important when it comes to your conference room design. You need a space in your Chandler, AZ, office that’s well lit, can dim when necessary for presentations and gives off a sense of style when you’re meeting with clients or other guests. The best way to achieve these goals is to install automated lighting control, and today we’ll walk you through all the benefits these systems have to offer.
GREATER CONTROL AND LESS WASTE
Automated lighting control helps your business use less power, making more efficient use of your electricity. Motion sensors and other devices make sure that only occupied rooms – including your conference room – are using electricity. Wasted energy from light fixtures is one a significant issue many businesses face, but it’s easy to solve with automation.
Preset schedules are another way to improve efficiency. By setting specific times for your fixtures to turn on or off, you can maintain better oversight over your electricity usage. For instance, you can set all your lights to turn off once everyone has left the office for the day, eliminating the risk of lights being left on overnight. Gradually, you’ll see significant savings from these small improvements.
Another benefit of lighting control is the way it opens up more options for how you light your space. You can use dimmers to fine-tune your fixtures for maximum efficiency and style. Your conference room likely has a lot of windows, so you may not need every fixture engaged to provide adequate lighting. Experiment with different styles and fixture combinations to set the ideal atmosphere for any meeting or presentation.
MORE EFFICIENT AND PLEASING WORKSPACE
Lighting control can also give your employees an energy boost. Research shows that employees are more engaged when their work schedule lines up with their circadian rhythm, and you can use lighting control to help your workforce stay focused. If you have a group working in your conference room for a project, you can start with softer lighting in the morning, shift to cooler tones around midday and then move back to warmer tones as evening approaches.
Lighting control systems are also natural partners with other automation technology. You can easily integrate your lights with your shades and A/V system, making it easy to manage everything from one device while simplifying presentations. That way, you can quickly say what needs to be said and get back to work.
Does your business need of a conference room design upgrade? Call Sound Effects at (480) 503-3400 or visit our contact page to learn more about our commercial automation solutions. You can also click on the chat box in your browser to speak with a customer service associate.