Evolution brings together the many different types of lighting control protocol into a single package simplifying the specification and installation process, breaking away from the traditional limits of control systems by allowing controls to be adapted to suit an individual project or person. Lights can be controlled by simple scene setting or more detailed control can be implemented for individual circuit adjustment, sequencing for animated effects and localised or global control. Add to this the ability to link in with Building Management Systems and multimedia control systems and Evolution becomes a highly effective and cost conscious approach to lighting control.
Large scale applications with high circuit counts include Shopping Malls, Hotel Complexes, Stadiums and office spaces requiring a mix of energy management, scene setting, global control, systems integration and timed or event management operation.
Medium scale projects ranging from Spa Complexes, Restaurants, Auditoriums and Bars to high end residential properties, museums and car showrooms can make use of the intuitive controls, flexible configuration, AV integration capabilities and multi-zone control.
Evolution can also be used for small scale projects where the number of circuits required is low yet a combination of features, including DMX Control, partitioned room layout configurations, electric blind control, astronomical time triggers and RS232 integration is needed from a single, easy to specify system.
The flexibility to suit any light control requirement from the largest venue to the smallest room has allowed designers and consultants across the world to apply the same criteria, ensure the same exacting standards, with the same cost sensitive approach using Evolution from Mode Lighting for any size of project.
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