Discover Our Solutions for Reception Areas
With people constantly on the move, reception areas are increasingly used as a temporary workspace. Legrand's end to end solutions for integration of power, communications and A/ V allow you to turn any space into a functional workspace. Power and data connections can be provided through floor boxes, cable columns or trunking systems. Manageable WiFi access points and charging stations for mobile devices ensure that people stay connected.
Putting an end to wasted energy, by providing exactly the right lighting, exactly where you need it. Legrand lighting management solutions provide a convenient and reliable response to office buildings. Legrand offers stand-alone or networked solutions for controlling passages (corridors, stairwells, etc.) work areas (offices, meeting rooms) or the entire lighting system for a specific area or building.
In office buildings, protection is required for the main entrance and any sensitive areas. Legrand supplies an easy-to-use, low-maintenance access control system offering high levels of performance and upgradeability. It accepts up to 500 users in standalone mode and 10,000 users in centralised mode. The supervision software manages different groups of users (employees, visitors, cleaners, etc.) and records the number of users entering/ exiting the building/ restricted access area.
Floor Boxes and Mini Columns
Flexible solutions for routing mains voltage and extra low voltage as close as possible to the users. Floor boxes can be quickly integrated into concrete and raised access floors. They are available ready equipped or empty for custom configuration. Mini columns are installed discreetly under the desk to provide power within easy reach. Floor boxes and mini columns both accept wiring accessories complying with different international standards (British, German, etc.).
Active Building Manager
The active building manager is a unique system with dedicated supervision software that easily communicates with an HVAC system or a global BMS. It controls lighting management and emergency lighting systems and reports the status of fire alarms.