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Preset Scenes

Control lighting to improve room usage

  • Pre-define the light and shade levels for each activity in a room.
  • When people enter a room, the shades and lights rise to highlight posters and art.
  • To begin a film or presentation, lower the shades and lights, reducing glare on the screen.
  • Raise specific lights to focus attention on a the presenter.
  • Raise the shades and lights after a presentation to encourage conversation.
  • Define the visual presentation in a restaurant or retail store.
Application:Preset scenes to:
Home TheaterControl your lights, shades and screen like a commercial theater. Set overhead, aisle and sconce lights differently for films, TV, games, conversation and cleanup.
Conference RoomsPreset light and shades to support work sessions, reduce screen glare, focus on the presenter and support videoconferencing
RestaurantPreset light levels for brunch, dinner and late night. Set the timeclock to fade between these scenes so staff focus on serving patrons, and patrons don’t notice the changes.
RetailFocus attention on featured products. Fade between scenes as the day progresses, or to highlight specific products.
BallroomProvide the different light that conferences, presentations, dining and dances each require, based on the position of wall partitons.

Focus Attention

  • Illuminate the speaker, teacher or videoconference participants.
  • Lower the shades and lights to bring attention to a screen or whiteboard.
  • Illuminate work areas to support productive teamwork.
  • In a home theater, raise aisle lights to signal the end of the film.
  • Present merchandise beautifully at every time of the day.

Create Ambience

  • Define the light and shade levels for each activity within a room.
  • Raise the shades and lights when entering the room.
  • Create drama by lowering shades and lights for a film or presentation.
  • Focus attention on a speaker when they are ready to start.
  • Encourage conversation by raising shades and lights.

Control Light Outdoors

  • Use the astronomical timeclock to raise exterior lights at dusk.
  • Use the time-of-day clock to turn off exterior lights at midnight.
  • Light a path into the house, then automatically turn the lights off.
  • Preset light scenes for entertainment or to highlight landscaping.
  • Control shades to reduce light pollution, improve security, increase comfort and present a consistent building exterior.

Easy to Use

Select Scenes - simply

Push a button to select a light scene. Create the right experience in a conference room, restaurant, home theater or store.

  • Define preset scenes to reset every light and shade at once.
  • No need to remember the dimmer settings and shade positions for each scene.
  • Engrave the unit so occupants select the right scene.
  • Define scenes that include interior and exterior lights and shades.
  • Infrared remote controls (similar to a TV remote) set the scene from across the room.

Define Scenes - simply

  • Flip up the lid to program scenes.
  • Simple controls link shade and light settings.
  • Simple timeclock controls.

Control Shades - simply

  • Include shade positions in light scenes.
  • Raise shades when the room is occupied.
  • Lower shades when unoccupied.
  • Set shades to support any lighting scene.
  • Preset a favorite shade level.

Control Centrally - simply

  • Use timeclocks, occupant sensors, automated shades and dimmable lights to cut energy and maintenance costs.
  • Simple controls still allow occupants to select an appropriate scene or tailor lights to their needs.
  • Reduce maintenance complexity.

Detect Partition Settings - simply

Hotels, office buildings and convention centers use wall partitions to provide various room configurations. Partition switches detect the room configuration and signal the lighting system to offer lighting scenes that make sense for that room setup.


Easy to Design and Install

GRAFIK Eye is easy to design

  • Dimming and switching panels—digitally controlled
  • Infrared and wallstation accessory controls
  • Wide range of color and finish options
  • Power boosters, modules and interfaces for low voltage and fluorescent lights
  • Direct connections or interfaces for occupant and daylight sensors
  • Windows™ based software for PC based configuration (3500/4500 models)

GRAFIK Eye is easy to install: proven, dependable and tested

  • In new installations, there is no need for custom design or wiring.
  • In a retrofit: works with existing wiring, including 3-way switches.
  • Installs in standard wallboxes (3½" deep box recommended).
  • Modular system allows for easy expandability.
  • Control multiple light sources: incandescent, magnetic low voltage, electronic low voltage, fluorescent and neon/cold cathode.

GRAFIK Eye Designer™ Software

  • Deceases the time required to plan and specify control systems
  • Integrates with AutoCAD® and Microsoft® Access™ database formats
  • Prepares job-specific documentation

Fully Customizable

GRAFIK Eye is fully customizable

  • Control the lighting and shades in virtually any room.
  • Specify up to 8 GRAFIK Eye main units and 16 accessory controls, up to 24 control points.
  • GRAFIK Eye units and accessory controls are available in colors and finishes to fit any decor.
  • Engrave any GRAFIK Eye unit to let occupants know which button will select each scene.
  • Series 4000 units expand to support 32 panels, 768 circuits, 16 scenes and 64 zones.
  • Series 3500 and 4500 units can link to a PC, to simplify programming and to configure a GRAFIK Eye unit prior to installation.

GRAFIK Eye presents many architectural options

  • Pre-define scenes to implement the design intent and simplify operations.
  • Many color and finish options to complement any decor.
  • Optional transluscent cover.
  • Custom engrave options for faceplates.
  • Install GRAFIK Eye units in public or private spaces.

Energy Conscious

Light Controls Save Energy

Lights are the leading energy user in commercial buildings and schools. According to the US Department of Energy, lights can consume:

  • 44% of all electricity or
  • 29% of all energy used.

We waste energy by using more light than we need, lighting empty rooms and not using sunlight.

  • Dimming saves energy.
  • Light controls automate savings.
  • Controllable shades save energy.

Dimming Saves Energy

Dimming a light results in an approximately one-to-one (1:1) relationship between the electric load and light output. This is true for incandescent, fluorescent and other lights that can be dimmed. Because people often don’t want all the light a lamp can generate, and often can’t ell when the lights are dimmed 20% or more, dimming to the right light level saves energy.

Occupant Sensors Automate Energy Savings

GRAFIK Eye systems can use occupant sensors to turn the lights off when a space is not occupied. This is an effective method to cut electricity usage, in meeting rooms, home theater and other spaces. Occupants do not always turn off lights when they leave a meeting or video game session. GRAFIK Eye dims lights to off, avoiding surprises.

Occupant Sensors energy reduction at various time delay settings
Time Delay Conference Room Private Office Break Room Restroom Classroom
5 minutes 50% 38% 29% 60% 58%
10 minutes 46% 34% 23% 54% 56%
15 minutes 42% 31% 19% 50% 54%
20 minutes 39% 28% 17% 47% 52%
Source: IESNA 2000 Proceedings, Paper #43 / EPA, Lighting Research Center

Controllable Shades Reduce Cooling and Heating Costs

  • Control shades to benefit from natural sources.
  • Reduce solar heat load in warm months.
  • Increase solar heat gain in cold months.
  • GRAFIK Eye 3000 and 4000 units interface to controllable shades.
Purchasing
For pricing options and packages, contact us at
757.498.6118 Ext - 109, Or