WHAT IS LIGHTING

YOUR LIGHTING PERSONLIZED

Go Ahead—Make a “Scene”
How Control4 Smart Lighting is controlled—or how a
mood is set in each room—is as unique and personal as
the home itself and the people who live in it.
Plus, when smart lighting is tied to other systems in the
home—such as the music, shades, temperature, security
and more—the possibilities are virtually endless. Your
Control4 dealer will help determine the best way to tailor
smart lighting to your life.


A “Cooking” scene starts a playlist and brings the
kitchen lights up while dinner is being prepared.


A “Goodnight” button turns off all lights, locks
the doors, arms the security system and turns the
thermostat back to a desired setting.


Lights in the house turn on automatically as the garage
opens, offering a safe welcome home.
• Motion sensors provide hands-free illumination, marking
a pathway to the bathroom or kitchen in the evening.


• A tap on a Control4 touch screen or smartphone turns
off the lights in the theater and starts the movie.


• From under the roof to under the stars, smart lighting
can light up the deck and emphasize water features in
the back yard.

WHAT IS LIGHTING

Peace of Mind is a Bright Idea

Control4 Smart Lighting is sophisticated enough to
enhance safety and security within the home.


• While away, lights and shades—and even televisions—
can activate in a random fashion so it appears that
someone is home.


Motion sensors can be programmed to turn lights
on—inside or outside of the home—if movement is
detected, and then send you an alert when the sensor
in that area is triggered.


• Lights in the home can flash on and off repeatedly
when the security alarm is triggered, drawing more
attention to a security breach.

WHAT IS LIGHTING

See the Light, Save the Green

Control4 Smart Lighting is both beautiful and
energy efficient.


Lights can be programmed to turn on when you
enter a room and back off again when you’ve left.


• Outdoor lights automatically turn off before the sun
comes up and back on again as the sun goes down.
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A “Goodbye” button lowers the shades, adjusts the
heat and turns off the lights.


Fixtures can be programmed to always illuminate
at 80% to save on bulb life and be programmed to
operate alongside the shades and thermostat to
save money on the energy bill.