Hager’s lighting controls the classroom

In this standout case study we take a look at how Hager’s lighting control system offers flexibility and control in an educational environment.

Hager’s Klik LCM lighting control system 
has been installed at The Aylesbury Centre, 
a £13.5 million development which offers degree level courses, by Morgan Sindal plc (the main contractor) and electrical engineering company Darke & Taylor.

The dual-purpose space meant that flexibility and control were integral to Buckinghamshire’s state-of-the-art educational facility. Officially launched earlier in the year, Klik LCM is arguably the most flexible lighting control system on the market, with up to four different control groups and unlimited profiles.

For the Aylesbury Centre, it is important that the educational spaces are designed for a variety of uses, the Klick LCM system allows the lighting to be quickly and easily re-programmed dependent on the requirements of the building’s facilities. Additionally, the occupancy sensors are integral for the use of rooms where many students are likely to pass quickly in and out, such as toilet areas.

Klik LCM is programmed using Bluetooth through the KlikLink iPad app for ease of lighting set-up. Another key selling point is the simplicity in the functionality behind the system as it makes it easy to install, as well as use.