Accessories & Controls

Lighting Sensor

We have a range of trusted suppliers for our accessories and controls to equip your lighting solution with optional accessories and controls outside of the standard on-off light switch.

  • Occupancy sensors (pictured)
  • Photocells
  • Remote controls

Product Description

Occupancy room sensors

One of the biggest headaches for operations is preventing lights being left on when a room, office or hall is empty. The simplest and fully automatic solution is to install occupancy sensors. You can even have a sensor controlling rows of LED lights, so if you plan to only utilise half of a large exhibition hall or auditorium, then the lights for the unused block won’t activate until it’s occupied.

A PIR sensor is simply a room occupancy sensor that detects movement in the room, and automatically switches lights on and off. Don’t worry the lights turn off after a set time has passed. All of this is programmable. This type of sensor is by far the most popular accessory we install alongside our lighting products. You can reduce your energy consumption even further with one installed.

The sensors can be built into the fittings or separate usually being ceiling mounted. With our advice correct use of control systems can drive down your electricity spend. 


If it’s bright outside, the LEDs inside will dim down, maintaining light levels whiles reducing energy consumption. As the photocell automatically dims the lights, in turn reducing the wattage used by the LEDs, you’ll benefit from additional cost savings. Photocells monitor daylight entering a room whether it be from a window skylight and deliver this information back to the the light fitting.

DALI Sensors

We can equip our LED lighting solutions with DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) components. DALI sensors systems control an entire building’s environmental conditions from a central location.

Remote Controls

Occupancy sensors and photocells can be supplied with remote controls so that different settings can be inputted into the smart light fittings. Controlling options such as how long lights should remain on after no presence detected and such like.