Helvar Solutions


Corridor LINK

Corridor lighting should always be lit when there are people in the area. They should never feel uncomfortable by having to enter a dark carridor. The other perspective of corridor lighting is to combine the safety aspect with energy saving, by minimizing lighting when and where it’s not needed. Multiple sections of corridor lighting can be linked together. When a sensor detects motion the lighting is quickly dimmed up to a bright level. Not only for the immediate area, but also the adjoining areas. This linking ensures the corridor ahead is not dark and uninviting to enter, without having to constantly illuminate the whole corridor. After a period of absence the lighting is dimmed down to a transition level, giving energy savings, before switching off after a longer period.