Lighting Controls

The Right Amount of Light: Where and When You Need It.

An outdoor or indoor light that turns on unnecessarily during the day wastes both electricity and money, as do excessively bright indoor fixtures when natural light is abundant. Legislation and technology is ever-changing, but our commitment to quality and customer value remains the same. Our smart solutions are designed to minimize cost and optimize efficiency. LTS is your guaranteed performance and full-service lighting control systems integrator. Maximize lighting efficiency and savings with energy management solutions installed by Lighting Technology Services, Inc.

Optimize Energy Efficiency

An Automatic Demand Response System allows you to stay in charge of your energy expenses.
A Demand Response Event occurs when your utility company is forced to find a way to increase supply or decrease demand of electricity. This can be done through many Title 24 compliant methods, including but not limited to daylighting, occupancy sensors, dimmers, etc. With the implementation of an Automatic Demand Response System, you can get the full benefit and COST SAVINGS out of your environment.
Determining which loads in your building can safely and effectively be reduced when a Demand Response Event is called will save you time and money. Get in touch with our team of professionals for help in identifying opportunities to lower your demand, installing any necessary equipment, and securing available rebates.

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Advanced Lighting Controls

  • Daylighting
  • Occupancy
  • Dimming
  • Automatic Demand Response

Quality Control Products from

  • Lutron (Vive, Quantum)
  • Wattstopper/Legrand
  • nLight

Exterior Basics:

Install photo cells and astronomical time clocks. A photo cell measures the amount of light around it, turning a light on or off when it reaches a pre-set level. This is used in conjunction with an astronomical time clock for light poles 24 feet high or under, turning lights on and off at preset times to ensure they are always on or off when they are supposed to be, regardless of artificial light or other unusual lighting circumstances. Poles with 75 watts or less must have motion sensors installed, to ensure savings as well.

Interior Basics:

For interior lighting under Title 24, the maximum output is held at 1.0 watts per square foot. This can be accomplished through many different methods. Occupancy sensors are designed to keep lights on only in occupied areas and properly placed photo cells take full advantage of available sunlight. For new installations or alterations, add daylighting and demand response systems to help reduce usage and costs as well. Combined, these control techniques can save you a lot of money in a very short time.
Our experienced professionals work closely with you to determine your needs and can arrange your system to meet any occupancy habit, ensuring the right control scheme is implemented.

About Us

Lighting Technology Services, Inc. (LTS) is a California based full-service lighting management company providing intelligent lighting solutions to the educational, commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, government, and multi-family residential marketplace.