US Pat. No. 9,839,099

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A light switch module comprising:
a light switch actuator comprising an electrical contact component, the light switch actuator configured to pivot with respect
to a base housing portion so as to move the electrical contact component from a first position to a second position to connect
an electrical flow path by pivoting of an actuation surface of the light switch actuator, the actuation surface comprising
a foot portion extending outwardly from a plane of the actuation surface so as to facilitate pivoting of the light switch
actuator; and

a tactile display housed in the light switch actuator and configured for activation by the pivoting of the actuation surface
moving the electrical contact component to the second position, the tactile display configured to pivot contemporaneously
with the actuation surface, the tactile display configured to cause selection of a lighting setting selected from a plurality
of lighting settings in response to one or more tactile motions on the actuation surface, the tactile display configured to
discretely display a distinct icon in response to a change in the selection of the lighting setting.

US Pat. No. 9,967,959

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM LEARNING EXCLUSION APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A lighting control system comprising:a module housing;
a graphical user interface coupled to the module housing; and
a switch control circuit positioned in the housing and including a processor configured to modulate the flow of electrical energy to a lighting circuit via a dimmer circuit, the switch control circuit electrically connected to the graphical user interface, wherein the processor is configured to identify a proximate Bluetooth identification address in response to a Bluetooth antenna coupled to the processor detecting the proximate Bluetooth identification address, the processor configured to compare the identified proximate Bluetooth identification address with one or more registered Bluetooth identification address saved in a dataset, the processor configured to:
1) catalogue a command received at the processor and at least one event parameter detected contemporaneously with receipt of the command, if the identified proximate Bluetooth identification address corresponds to one of the one or more registered Bluetooth identification addresses saved in the dataset, and
2) bypass cataloging the command received at the processor and the at least one event parameter detected contemporaneously with receipt of the command, if the identified proximate Bluetooth identification address fails to correspond to one of the one or more registered Bluetooth identification addresses saved in the dataset.

US Pat. No. 9,838,008

MODULAR INTERFACE OF INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A lighting control system comprising:
a light switch module comprising:
a light switch actuator,
an actuator circuit board system coupled to the light switch actuator, the light switch actuator configured to move with respect
to the actuator circuit board system, the actuator circuit board system comprising a low power circuit electrically connected
to a low power circuit electrical connector, the low power circuit comprising at least one processor, and

a tactile display housed in the light switch actuator and electrically coupled to the at least one processor; and
a light switch base module comprising a base housing forming a well configured to receive, at least in part, the actuator
circuit board, the well comprising a high power circuit electrical connector for sinking and sourcing high in-line power from
and to an electrical wall box, the high power circuit electrical connector configured to engage the low power circuit electrical
connector, the high power circuit electrical connector electrically connected to a high power circuit board housed in the
base housing, the high power circuit board comprising a voltage reducer.

US Pat. No. 10,143,069

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM AUTOMATED ADJUSTMENT APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A method of controlling a lighting control system, the method comprising:receiving an input via a first light control module configured to cause a transmission of a first quantity of electrical energy to a first lighting circuit of a first light fixture electrically connected to the first lighting control module;
transmitting a control message from the first light control module to at least one second light control module configured to cause a transmission of a second quantity of electrical energy to at least one second lighting circuit of at least one second light fixture electrically connected to the at least one second lighting control module; and
changing a flow of electricity from the at least one second light control module to the at least one second lighting circuit based on the input received via the first light control module.

US Pat. No. 10,123,398

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL MULTI-SWITCH APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A lighting control system multi-switch apparatus, the apparatus comprising:a lighting control module including at least three electrical terminals, the at least three electrical terminals including a power terminal, a common terminal, and a traveler terminal, the lighting control module configured to cause a transmission of a quantity of electrical energy to a lighting circuit of a light fixture electrically connected to the lighting control module;
a detector circuit positioned in the lighting control module, the detector circuit electrically coupled to the traveler terminal and configured to detect a grounding of the traveler terminal; and
a controller system in electrical communication with the detector circuit, the controller system configured to cause a call signal to be transmitted to a switch connected to the traveler terminal, the call signal configured to request the switch connected to the traveler terminal transmit a response signal to the controller system to identify the switch connected to the traveler terminal to the controller system, wherein the controller system is further configured to designate the switch connected to the traveler wire as at least one of a slave switch and a master switch and to designate the lighting control module as the other one of the slave switch and the master switch in response to receipt of the response signal from the switch connected to the traveler terminal, wherein the slave switch is configured to transmit a lighting change request received by the master switch to cause the master switch to alter a lighting scheme of the lighting circuit of the light fixture.

US Pat. No. 9,955,555

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL MULTI-SWITCH APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A lighting control system multi-switch apparatus, the apparatus comprising:a lighting control module including at least three electrical terminals, including a power terminal, a common terminal, and a traveler terminal, the lighting control module configured to cause a transmission of a quantity of electrical energy to a lighting circuit of a light fixture electrically connected to the lighting control module;
a detector circuit positioned in the lighting control module, the detector circuit electrically coupled to the traveler terminal and configured to detect a grounding of the traveler terminal; and
a controller system in electrical communication with the detector circuit, the controller system configured to cause a call signal to be transmitted to a switch connected to the traveler terminal, the call signal configured to request the switch connected to the traveler terminal transmit a response signal to the controller system to identify the switch connected to the traveler terminal, wherein the controller system is configured to initiate an inverse switching protocol in response to a failure of the switch connected to the traveler terminal to respond, the inverse switching protocol configured to cause the lighting control module to inverse an input received from the switch at either the common terminal or the traveler terminal.

US Pat. No. 10,034,353

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL BULB DETECTION APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Cuperti...

1. A lighting control system bulb detection apparatus for determining a bulb type, the apparatus comprising:a lighting control module configured to cause a transmission of a quantity of electrical energy to a lighting circuit of a light fixture electrically connected to the lighting control module;
a detector circuit positioned in the lighting control module, the detector circuit configured to measure a response of the lighting circuit to the transmission of the quantity of electrical energy, the detector circuit configured to measure at least one of current, voltage, and impedance via an analog-digital converter; and
a controller in electrical communication with the detector circuit, the controller specially programmed to correlate the quantity of electrical energy transmitted to the lighting circuit to the response of the lighting circuit, the controller further programmed to determine the bulb type of a bulb electrically coupled to the lighting circuit of the light fixture, wherein the controller is configured to identify a bulb manufacturer based on a current measurement following a rapid decrease in voltage.

US Pat. No. 10,212,790

INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM LIGHTING ALARM APPARATUSES, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS

Noon Home, Inc., Campbel...

1. A method of controlling a lighting control system, the method comprising:receiving an alarm signal from a mobile electronic device at a light control module configured to cause a transmission of a quantity of electrical energy to a lighting circuit of a light fixture electrically connected to the lighting control module; and
causing, via the lighting control module, a quantity of electrical energy to be transmitted to the lighting circuit at a particular time of day determined based on the alarm signal;
modulating the quantity of electrical energy transmitted to the lighting circuit; and
causing the lighting circuit to flicker in response to receipt of a sensor signal from a motion sensor connected to the lighting control module indicating no motion detection.