Whatever your role, whatever sector you work in, Organic Response® has features that will benefit all.
The use of intelligent wireless controls allows for a highly flexible and scalable system, enabling integration into wider building management systems and the ability to re-configure the lighting functionality to suit the usage of the building without costly and time consuming external commissioning.
Organic Response® node-to-node communication quickly responds to changes in the space layout and use, creating agile, engaging and efficient environments.
No luminaire is ever on when it doesn’t need to be, helping to reduce energy costs through lower power consumption and allowing for a quick configuration and optimisation of zones, scenes or light dimming.
Organic Response® can be customised as technology evolves to provide an interface with Building Management Systems and full analytics of the building operation from a web based OR® Portal.
The OR® Portal provides vital building information such as energy performance, occupancy heat mapping and emergency lighting testing and reporting. This helps to reduce energy costs and improve flexibility, productivity and utilisation of spaces.
– Easy to design and implement on drawings. Technology is fitted into each luminaire in the factory eliminating the need for room based sensors and separate lighting control design.
– Works instantaneously so configuration and optimisation can be done quickly and simply via the app using a smartphone fitted with an infrared dongle.
– No luminaire is ever on when it doesn’t need to be helping to reduce energy costs through lower power consumption.
– Choose from 12 pre-loaded personalities for the ultimate balance between occupancy, comfort, safety and energy efficiency at no extra cost.
– Integration with building management systems and a web based user interface offers further improvements to building efficiency and extended asset life.
– No need for expensive and disruptive commissioning or re-commissioning during life as the system intuitively adapts to user's needs.
– No more costly than a DALI integrated control system, yet much simpler and faster to install.
– Reduce project risk and opportunity for project schedule disruption. No or minimal commissioning, fully operational without any third party intervention.
– 3 wire (live, neutral, earth) installation simplifies new build installation and lighting control addition on refurbishment projects.
– By monitoring ambient light levels as well as occupancy, available daylight is maximised and unwanted light reduced.
– Pre-stored lighting behaviours accommodate variable teaching conditions; for ease of use the system is operated via a wireless wall plate.
– Eliminate blind spots with a sensor in each luminaire delivering full detection coverage across the space.
– Clever features such as “Min Light” deliver low energy minimum light levels for assured occupant safety and patient comfort.
– Modify delay times according to the space so that no luminaire is on when it doesn’t need to be once an unoccupied state is detected.
– Sensor nodes integrated into the luminaire reduce ceiling clutter and maintain a clean aesthetic.
– Lighting responds to occupancy using different parameters of light levels throughout the building.
– Accommodate minor or major churn, the sensor node-to-node communication quickly responds to design layout and use of space changes.
– Optimise the basic settings or configure for more sophisticated behaviours in house via a smartphone app.
Improve workspace utilisation in real time by mapping movement and occupancy within spaces. Reduce energy costs, improve flexibility, productivity and utilisation of spaces.
Assess energy consumption by time of day, and day of week, and correlate with occupancy. Also compare energy consumption across functional areas/zones, to identify opportunities to trim light levels or dwell times.
Receive real time notification of luminaire location, usage, faulty fixtures, and status information about drivers and light source.
Schedule and record emergency lighting central automatic testing in accordance with local standards to support the scheduling of predictive maintenance.
Data used in conjunction with Building Management Systems will in the future contribute significantly to effective use of other services such as heating and ventilation, blinds, security, space management and overall maintenance programmes.
Daylight dimming can be activated to maximise energy savings in any area that is exposed to natural light; every sensor node has this capability.
Luminaires can be configured to enter a pre-set scene on start-up. This can reduce power reticulation and generator load in power failure/emergency conditions.
Corridors can be linked to neighbouring zones using the smartphone app.
Allows adjacent areas to respond differently to occupancy. Zones can be entirely independent (e.g. separating the printer galley from the open plan), or interdependent (e.g. linking the open plan zone to the corridor zone). Handy for breakout areas, glass fronted offices, and meeting rooms.
A simple, intuitive user interface for optimising the lighting control system within minutes with the press of a few buttons. All interaction with the system, including all the features highlighted in this diagram, is enabled using the app.
A luminaire’s response to occupancy can be configured using the “personalities” feature. There are over a dozen pre-set personalities, allowing you to find the ultimate balance between occupancy comfort and energy efficiency.
Wireless wall plates allow for manual on/off switching, dimming and scene control. Can be mounted anywhere within the space and moved simply and easily if working requirements change. Perfect for scene control in meeting rooms or anywhere that requires individual dimming control (e.g. closed office).
Vacant reception areas or lobbies can have selected luminaires remain on permanently (at chosen light level), ensuring a welcoming environment for anyone entering the space, upon which the luminaires will intuitively brighten.
Used to control more than one luminaire, (e.g. down lights or spot lights). Also used to control luminaires which cannot accommodate sensor node integration (e.g. pendants).