Organic Response

Plug and play

Organic Response is a wireless Plug-and-Play system developed primarily for workplaces and University buildings. The sensors are integrated into the luminaire, which just needs connecting to the mains for the system to start running. You can easily adapt and activate a range of additional lighting control settings using the app.

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Organic Response

An intuitive solution for energy-efficient spaces



Remotely monitor spaces

The web-based Organic Response Portal enables you access insight into the energy performance of your installation for a day, a week or even specific zones, to help you optimise the efficiency of a building. Receive fault notifications via email and conduct functional and durational emergency testing direct via the online Portal.

Monitoring occupancy, the detail heat mapping function facilities informed space optimisation, enabling improved productivity in addition to managing energy consumption from a single, secure system.

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How it works

All luminaires have their own sensor which react to presence and daylight. Each sensor shares, receives and transmits information to adjacent luminaires so that the light spreads throughout the premises.

Tändstickan, Sweden

"The conference rooms are separate zones and are controlled independently, also lit with Multilume Flat Delta with Organic Response. In these rooms the lighting is controlled via a wireless wall panel that makes it possible to dim and create scenarios separately for the room. The solution with integrated Organic Response does not need any commissioning at all."


One sensor per luminaire means optimal lighting conditions only when needed.


Implement changes for increased energy efficiency and user comfort, without specialist commissioning.


Schedule and record emergency lighting tests centrally, in accordance with local regulations.


Real time energy consumption, lighting burn hours and automatic fault notifications.

Space optimisation

Make informed decisions on how to use space more effectively based on detailed historical occupancy data.

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Factoring the future into planning