Your landscape lighting system is controlled on the macro level by your power transformer which can be time set, photo cell controlled or astronomically controlled. Typically, your lighting system will come on at dusk and then turned off at a designated time like midnight.
This timetable has been a standard for low voltage lighting systems. There is an additional system to add versatility to your lighting system which can be remotely controlled. This is called a zone controlled system. This system can control individual sectors of your lighting system with dimming, eliminating sectors or controlling individual lights.
Zone controlled systems are relatively new to the lighting industry. It adds versatility to your lighting system. It can be retrofitted to your already existing lighting system or be an integral part of an Outdoor Lighting Plan you are considering to install on your property. Zone features in an outdoor lighting system can be controlled for enhancing lighting, eliminating or reducing sections and individual lights. Such features that can be considered for this versatility with zone controlled lighting are as follows:
These examples are only a few features that can be utilized with zone controlled lighting enhancements. Beyond the versatility of zone lighting control to entertain your family and guests, there is also the reduction of energy usage. Reducing costs, as well as the issue of sustainability, are addressed here.
Landscape Lighting Pro of Utah has installed or retrofitted zone controlled lighting for many Utah landscape lighting home owners and are up to the moment in knowledge of this relatively new lighting technique in the landscape lighting industry. You can be confident that they will design, install and service the zone control lighting system in your overall landscape lighting desires and meet your expectations.