Simmtronic provides flexible control in Moor House

Moor House
Every luminaire and blind in the 19-storey Moor House development in the City of London can be individually addressed, if required, by a Simmtronics control system.
Every luminaire in the 19-storey 3000 m2 Moor House development in the City of London can be addressed from a central supervisory computer, which also provides for local controls to be added to meet exact tenant requirements. Electrical contractor Skanska UK commissioned Simmtronic to provide a Category A lighting-control scheme to enable incoming tenants to benefit from a fully addressable system immediately, with the flexibility to tailor to specific requirements such as presence detection, scene setting, dimming and photocell control. It is based on the Specs3 system. The scheme also has integrated control modules to lift, tilt and close blinds. It has been configured to control a whole facade, but is individually addressable so that control can be provided for each office.
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