SKYLER shown with Enlighted sensor.

SKYLER shown with Enlighted sensor.


Deco luminaires using Flat Optics allow a myriad of driver and control choices. Deco Lighting is in partnership with the companies below, and not only integrate their sensor and driver technologies into Deco Lighting luminaires, but also fully test the sensor/driver combinations before providing the systems to consumers. Deco Lighting works closely with the companies listed below to ensure that their drivers and sensors are being used effectively and to their full potential. When a consumer buys a car, they expect the manufacturer to fully understand and warrant the car’s components. This should also be the case for lighting and lighting controls, where consumers can rely on Deco Lighting to be the go-to experts for the technologies embedded into Deco Lighting Luminaires. Below is an abbreviated list of Deco Lighting’s driver and sensor technology partners. Please contact us if you have any specific questions about a technology, and we will be happy to provide answers quickly. 


Patented, software-defined smart sensor solution that tracks real-time occupancy, light levels, ambient temperature and energy usage, along with other data points. Enlighted sensors can distinguish between people and objects, customize controls for specific tasks, leverage ambient light, and provide unmatched coverage for data collection. 


Utilizing the proprietary EcoSystem® communications protocol, Lutron provides a two-way digital network that incorporates motion sensing, daylight harvesting, occupancy/vacancy sensing, and high performance dimming functionality. 


Phillips sensor solutions are designed for applications that include retail, hospitality, office spaces, public areas, and education. Offering devices that combine motion detection, light level assessment, and dimming into single units, Phillips delivers a system for sophisticated yet simple lighting control. 


nLight® is a networked digital lighting control solution that delivers energy savings and increased user configurability by combining time-based, daylight-based, sensor-based and manual lighting control schemes.