Integrated Lighting System
Systemteq’s integrated lighting systems are designed to control light and save energy in different areas and environments. As part of a Room Control Unit (RCU) or Guest Room Management System (GRMS), lighting control is achieved with a number of Systemteq hardware. Besides the local control unit – LCU, other units such as dimmers, relay modules, sensors, etc. form part of the system which can be completely stand-alone, integrated or be part of a large network of systems. Each system is designed to work flawlessly in a single room or larger areas such as meeting rooms, back of house areas or entire floors of hotels or offices, for example. Intelligence is built into the LCUs, using a range of sensors which monitor changing conditions such as occupancy or user input such as switching lights on or off.
Hotel rooms are inherently multi-functional areas where guests might like to eat, sleep, work or relax. Ambient, task, accent or decorative lights and the ability to create scenes to evoke different moods, are a great opportunity to create memorable guest experiences whilst allowing visitors to customise settings to their own particular requirements. Flexibility of Systemteq’s iHMS software allows multiple scene setting, delivering the design vision for the space. Systemteq is on the forefront of designing, planning and installing lighting control systems with over thirty years of experience. We also offer a range of support options once systems are installed and running to assist you all the way along. Our systems are reliable, flexible, scalable and integrate with other lighting providers such as DALI. Most of our customers have been with us for over twenty years.
Smarter lighting control creates smarter rooms and environments and here at Systemteq we are focused on making it a reality. Our GRMS provide distinct lighting and dimming options, controllable through a variety of user interfaces including wall switch plates, table top consoles, on iHMS terminals, smart tablets; or through motion and occupancy detection sensors, triggering pre-set scenes and other events. Different types of dimmers are designed to work harmoniously with a large range of lighting luminaries to achieve flicker free soft light control in any type of environment, large or small. Each dimmer channel has thirty-two levels of brightness to achieve smooth dimming, up or down, resulting in seamless dimming experience for the user. Using the iHMS centralized control dashboard (accessible through a standard computer or through a mobile device) the operator can monitor and control lighting in the premises. Custom day, evening or night lighting patterns could be configured to create desired ambiance or for reducing energy cost, through Systemteq advance time profiling systems.
Lights can be programmed so they ‘know’ when to switch on, off or dim. This is easily achieved through the use of Systemteq motion sensors. We offer a number of different motion sensors (PIRs) designed to cover different ranges, dependent on the size of the area. Our PIRs are passive and only register movement, they do not track or register specific occupant locations, such as bedroom or bathroom, just presence of a user. Our simplistic designed PIRs are classic and unobtrusive, with a small footprint of about fifty-three millimeter in diameter. Designed with hotels in mind, they were specifically developed to be unnoticeable and low-profile so they can be installed in any area. Systemteq’s PIRs are unique with a tilting angle of up to twenty degrees. This feature helps to increase coverage and minimizes blind spots in awkward room or floor configurations. Our motion sensors, once linked with any lighting circuit, allow lighting controls to “address” an individual fixture, set illumination levels, make power adjustments (on or off), provide feedback to inform service and maintenance teams or store information for reporting purposes.
Through our iHMS centralized control dashboard (accessible through a standard computer or through a mobile device), engineers can manage energy usage by monitoring and controlling lighting in the premises.