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A conference room can be a space to exchange ideas, view multimedia presentations, teleconference, or a little bit of each activity in a single meeting. A room with such diverse functionality needs lighting to quickly adapt to each situation.
Lutron's controls, like the
GRAFIK Eye 3000 and
GRAFIK Eye 4000, specialize in storing multi-faceted presets that users can cycle through effortlessly.
The GRAFIK Eye systems can be programmed for tailor-made lighting scenarios that users can access with touch of a single button. The GRAFIK Eye series can also work with Lutron shading solutions such as to manage daylight in conjunction with overhead lighting.
Once the video has ended the speaker can push another button marked “Meeting” to brighten the lights and raise the shades for a better scenario to field questions.
Furthermore, all of these settings can be controlled using a handheld remote, eliminating awkward trips to a wallstation in the middle of a presentation.
Light control in a conference room also offers the benefit of energy savings. By dimming lights and creating the right mix of overhead and daylight, Lutron systems can drastically reduce the energy consumption and operating costs of a conference room. The GRAFIK Eye series can additionally be paired with occupancy/vacancy sensors that can automatically turn the lights off when the conference room is not in use. As a result, the lights will never be mistakenly left on, wasting energy and money.