Design must be ruled with control, Control is futile without design and Control and design must be deployed with elite integration.
Noon deploys all three elements in-house as standard.
Mood lighting systems offer the user the ability to control multiple circuits and lamp types, and create different moods, at the touch of a single button. Circuits can be used to define zones and highlight features and can be programmed to suit the different uses of a space.
Daylight has a quality that we respond to emotionally. Colours read true, finishes reveal their texture, and an uplifting quality pervades any room bathed in daylight. As we become more conscious of our footprint on this planet, we realise that making the most of daylight in our homes simply makes sense. Utilising daylight reduces our need for electric light and saves energy.
Shading systems can provide precision control of daylight – all at the touch of a button.
App control all systems, allowing easy hand-held control of lighting, curtains and blinds. Connecting via a Bridge the App allows programming and storing new scene levels and offers colour wheel control for RGB and RGBW fittings. Control off your system no matter where you are in the world.
Advanced features included a full astronomic clock allowing timed events to be programmed either at a fixed time or based on dawn/dusk cycles. Advanced programming macros and mapping are possible together with ‘Holiday Mode’ which records normal network activity that can then be replayed to provide security.
Motion & light level detector modules allow different lighting scenarios to be selected automatically via movement or lighting levels. In factory default setting, the units will select scene 1 and off, with a timeout of 5 minutes, and this is ideally suited to office and residential applications where automatic scene selection is required.
Award winning lighting design is realised through expertise throughout the design and installation process. We provide a 360 degree service, from the lighting design right to the handover of the system.