INNCOM by Honeywell has a portfolio of controls and dimmers to meet nearly any requirement for the hotel guestroom. MODEVA®, EVORA®, Designer Series™, and S-Series™ offer a wide range of control points for lighting, drapes, and door chimes. These systems also combine status indication for functions such as Privacy, Make Up Room, Butler call, and other functionality. When used as a component within the IRAS, the system expands to transform the guestroom into an energy efficient, beautifully illuminated, and comfortably controlled environment to meet the needs of the most demanding guest.
INNCOM understands that guestroom lighting control is more than just being able to turn lights on and off. Lighting control encompasses everything from basic energy savings to creating memorable guest experiences. Our environmentally friendly lighting systems comply with energy-conservation building codes and can include an all on / off Master Light Switch to ensure that lights are always off in unoccupied rooms. Our lighting controls provide comfort, safety and convenience, too. Automatic nightlights and entry welcome lights guide and assure guests in an otherwise darkened room, while multi-point control makes it easy for guests to adjust lighting from virtually anywhere in the guestroom. INNCOM gives you design tools to create both the visual interface (custom wall-mounted panels, tabletop touchscreens) and the lighting experience (focused task lighting, ambient mood lighting). We will also work with you to adapt your custom system to meet your unique requirements (ADA, hotel flag mandates, IECC, etc.)
Occupancy-Based Master Lighting Control
The INNCOM® Master Light Switch automatically turns off lighting in unoccupied rooms without ever inconveniencing the guest. When the guest enters the room, the Master Light Switch illuminates a welcome lighting scene; when the guest leaves, all lights turn off. Using smart INNCOM switches and Lamp Control Modules, lighting can be custom programmed to suit your room design. Additionally, the system is engineered to ensure that light fixtures will work when an occupant wants them to work, regardless of whether the master switch is in the on or off position.