Advanced Control for Outdoor Lighting by Craig Dilouie - Energy Watch News

Advanced Control for Outdoor Lighting by Craig Dilouie

Traditionally, outdoor lighting was automatically turned ON and OFF at the circuit level by an astronomical time switch or photosensor. Energy codes are now promoting power reduction during dusk-to-dawn lighting operation. Coupled with advances in wireless communication and intelligent control, the result is dramatic changes in how outdoor lighting is controlled. Twenty-four states currently have a commercial building energy code in place at least as stringent as ASHRAE.90.1-2010/2013 and the 2012/2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). As digital devices, LEDs are inherently compatible with intelligent lighting controls.

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