Commercial Lighting Solutions
Low Voltage Lighting Systems for Commercial Buildings
Commercial building design has drastically changed over the last 10 years, with the focus changing to sustainability, future proofing, energy efficiency, SMART Lighting systems and Well-being of the people working and living within the building.
We want to help reduce the carbon footprint of commercial buildings and ensure that the lighting systems are designed with the latest technology in mind to significantly reduce running costs and maintenance.
The evolution of new LED lighting systems has eradicated the need for complicated electrical wiring; SAVING ON INSTALLATION, RUNNING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS.
RIS Have Partnered With Leading LED Lighting Specialists, IST.
IST are renowned for pushing the boundaries of LED technology. They have been installing its pioneering centralised iDrive LED drivers and flicker-free, biodynamic Serenity Lighting luminaires for lighting projects within some of the world's most prestigious venues since 2011.
Commercial Lighting - Reducing Your Carbon Footprint
Features and Benefits of Managed LED Lighting Systems
Less wiring in the ceiling
Less errors and snagging issues
Lower running costs
Less maintenance costs - no drivers in ceiling to fail.
Scalable and robust
Wall switch and remote tablet controls
Combined energy savings estimated between 50%- 85%
Better working environment
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Are you a Builder/ Contractor?
We have a Partnership Program to provide support and advice in all areas of SMART technology integration for commercial properties, including offices, apartment blocks, factories, warehouse and schools.
Installation and Maintenance Made Simple
LED-Centralised Commercial Lighting
Typical DALI Commercial Lighting
KNX systems provide higher functionality and flexibility. With KNX it is possible to combine within one installation all types of building functions, such as lighting, shutters / blinds, HVAC, metering, energy management, audio / video, white goods, access control, fire / smoke detection and physical sensors (e. g. water.)
Optimized Cabling: Cheaper and more efficient cabling where devices can be easily added, removed or replaced.
Cabling a KNX system requires much less cabling and in return copper, compared to a traditional system. This makes a significant impact when considering a large commercial building.
The system works using a series of sensors and actuators. The way sensors and actuators communicate in bus systems is by exchanging messages and the corresponding actuator reacts accordingly to the sensors message. Example. Sensor detects rain, send message to Actuator to close windows.