Let There Be Light – Controlling Your Home Lighting

We live in a fast-paced world where we can schedule our daily lives at our finger tips. Why should controlling our home lighting be any different?  In this post, we will discuss 3 different lighting control options to use with your stylish products from Quoizel.  Toggle, Touch and Slide dimmers enable you to:

  • Lower light levels to conserve energy and increase bulb life
  • Vary the mood of a room
  • Alter the intensity of the light to suit the activity
  • Create and save a number of different lighting schemes in one room

Dimmers help you to create specific moods or transform rooms; you can set the perfect atmosphere for entertaining or turn your bath time into a soothing spa retreat all with a switch.

Toggle Dimmers: Toggle dimmers do just that, they toggle having both a small slider and a toggle switch. The toggle switch allows you to turn the light off and on, while the slider allows you to change the intensity of the light. They can also be programmed to remember your favorite settings.

Touch Dimmers: Touch Dimmers allow you to alter the intensity of the lighting by pressing a button. They also allow you to use the previous lighting setting by a simple one touch button. Some are even equipped with indicator lights for the lighting intensity and a delay feature that allows time to exit a room before the lights turn off.

Slide dimmers: Slide dimmers provide complete, manual dimming control. Some are equipped with a touch-button that allows you to return to the previous lighting level when the lights are turned on. Others have a glow in the dark indicator light that allows it to be easily located.

Using integrated dimming systems you can use all three dimmers throughout your home. They offer benefits such as energy savings and flexibility. Many can be programmed through mobile apps through the iPhone and ipad.

If you want to learn more about our products and services, visit our website at www.quoizel.com

Source: American Lighting Association

Photo Credit: sundayhill

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