Lighting control app

The Q-Control+ Apple iPad app by Lutron Electronics is designed to control and monitor real-time status of lights and shades of a facility.

08/10/2012


The Q-Control+ Apple iPad App by Lutron Electronics is designed to control and monitor real-time status of lights and shades of a facility. Courtesy: Lutron ElectronicsLutron Electronics has released its Q‐Control+ Apple iPad app for the Quantum Total Light Management System. The app is designed to control and monitor real‐time status of lights and shades of a facility (area‐by‐area) as well as program and adjusts zone, scene, and shade-preset levels. The Q‐Control+ iPad app features a simple, intuitive touch screen interface; the ability to control, monitor, and adjust light and shade levels; and reprogram lighting scenes and shade presets while in the space. For increased security, it has a configurable login to allow secure access to the app. The app compliments the flexibility of Quantum by providing designers, facility managers, or end‐users the ability to create the perfect lighting environment for commercial office buildings, hospitals, universities, hotels, convention centers, or museums. 

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