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Security lighting has traditionally been wired so that it is turned on and off either by a photocell, a timer, or some combination of the two. In order to provide the homeowner with any sort of “deviation” from this operation, it is usually electrically complicated, involving the addition of override switches and/or motion sensors, which are temperamental at the best of times. It becomes cumbersome to operate, and is very hard on the lamp life, usually causing the failure of the bulbs, and consequently no security lighting when it is needed.

A control system can be easily programmed so that the “on” and “off” functions are preset, using an integral astronomical time clock which never needs adjusting. Zones of light can operate for varying periods of time, all determined by the homeowner’s preference. A single “away” button at the exit doors can turn off all the lights in the house as you leave, while keeping some of the more important ones on at a pre-determined level or activating the security lights. A “good night” button at the bedside can do the same as you retire for the night, eliminating your nightly walk-around to turn off lights left on throughout the rest of the house. A “vacation” button will prompt the system to mimic every lighting function that takes place over the last 14 days, giving the house a much more “lived-in” look than a time clock could ever do. A “panic” button can even flash all the lights in and around the house, alerting neighbors and alarming intruders. t

 

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