Case Study - Esher Home
Just a few miles outside London, this gorgeous family home in Esher features a number of Faradite motion sensors. The building is controlled by a Lutron system that was designed, installed and commissioned by IndigoZest.
IndigoZest are a smart home integrator based in Kings Langley and according to their website “specialise in making the complex, simple” by “Providing enhanced lifestyles through the design and integration of industry-leading smart home solutions”, after seeing what the team has achieved in this project, we could not agree more.
The spacious, stylish home includes a vast games area, wine room, bar, pool area, gym and changing rooms. The entire property was wired and installed with Lutron to ensure the owners had easy control of lighting scenes from wall switches, tablets, as well as automation certain areas.
The lighting design throughout the property is delivered to a very high specification and is tied together by the carefully designed Lutron system. In ensuites, bathrooms and changing rooms, Faradite motion sensors provide automated convenience by dynamiacally setting the lighting as soon as someone enters. There are different scenes configured during the day time and the night time, meaning visitors entering in the night will be met with a dimmed lighting scene.
Paul Laventure, client director for IndigoZest explained why Faradite sensors are their go-to PIR: “We always like using Faradite. They’re small, discreet sensors, made in the UK, Good support from the team at Faradite, very reliable, and they work with all the different systems we use for lighting control.”
Seeing the standard of this project and the quality of the control system that IndigoZest have delivered, it is clear to see why they hold the many industry accolades that they do. Awards to their name include multiple Control4 Pinnacle awards, Circle of excellence members and CEDIA advanced members.
The sensors used throughout the project are the Motion Sensor 360 - Volt Free which provide a dry contact output that can be connected to Lutron input modules. To learn more about using Faradite sensors with Lutron you can see our blog here.