Get Amatis designed into your lighting controls project
Have lighting projects in your sights? We’d like to help you use Amatis controls in your bids, designs and specifications. We’ll create a free quote and proposal on our lighting controls system, including a design with product placement, a system ROI assessment and itemized quote.
Why lighting controls?
There are roughly 6 million commercial buildings covering 87+ billion square feet of floor space in the United States. With the rise of electricity prices nationwide, stricter government regulations for reducing energy usage, and the expensive nature of traditional wired solutions, wireless lighting controls have become a popular solution to solve these issues.
Lighting controls are a great way to substantially reduce the fixed costs associated with operating a building’s lighting. LED fixtures plus controls can save more than 90 percent of the energy and electricity cost over non-controlled, fluorescent lighting and have a return on investment as fast 2 years. Controls also optimize the lighting in your space for the best tenant experience. The best controls are those you never notice. Lighting control systems achieve this with a combination of sensors, controllers and switches. Together, these devices allow you to customize the level and quality of light in your space.
At Amatis, we make it simple to design, quote, install and commission, empowering contractors with full access to the process, with our support team coaching along the way.
The Amatis 6LoWireless system
The Amatis Lighting Controls system uses the latest in wireless technology, a wireless mesh network, with the ultimate benefits of simplicity and scalability.
Amatis Controls has been developing and optimizing IP based wireless mesh networks for IoT applications since 2011. We currently have over 20,000 connected devices in the field, network sizes between 50 and 500 devices, sites with thousands of devices, and over 4 billion unique data entries in our cloud annually.
Wireless controls are faster to install than wired, and we believe the mesh network to be the simplest wireless approach to design, install, and commission into a commercial space. Devices in the mesh communicate with one another instead of communicating through central hubs. This extends the wireless range of each device, ensuring robust operation and adapts the wireless communication to the shape of your building in a cost-effective, and scalable manner.