The ever-advancing technology has ushered C bus lighting in home automation mechanism that offers excellent lighting control settings. These applied sciences find extensive employment scope in the Australian residential property market. The apparatus is home engineered and explicitly popular among the lighting control industry leaders. Popularly known as C-Bus automation or simply C-Bus, it is essentially a microprocessor-based control and management mechanism for homes and buildings. The Popularity of C-Bus Lighting Control System Commercial security and home automation technology helps control lighting and other electrical services, such as motors, audio/visual devices, etc. It effectively controls all electrical load, spanning across a variable (analogue) type control or a simple on/off control lighting circuit. It features a built-in microprocessor and ‘intelligence’ that ensures fast and reliable operation. Thus, the units can be individually programmed. The concerned technology deploys a patented technique for updating the unit status. The process eliminates all requirement of a central controller or computer for handling databases or lookup tables for operation. Moreover, since it is initiated at a specific time interval, it requires no central controller. The user allocates a distinct time frame for broadcasting its status and synchronises the self-generated system clock pulse. It facilitates the transmission of large amounts of data within a small time frame, that too, reliably and effectively. Moreover, it leads to low processing of overheads with low bandwidth requirements. The Efficiency of Lighting Control Mechanism Convenience is the ultimate benefit of opting for lighting control. The process allows homeowners to control the lights in their home from a smart light switch. It uses control over various other motorised and electrical sub-systems. Such mechanisms include exhaust fans, ceiling fans, motorised windows, air conditioning zones, water features, and blinds and curtains. These innovative programming features often leads to energy saving. Manufacturers often set a maximum amount of 90 per cent while setting the light dimming levels.