Craig DiLouie

Occupancy Sensors 101
State energy codes in the United States, which must be at least as stringent as the ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1999 standard, require automatic shutoff of lighting
Emerging Trends in Building Lighting Control Systems
Now required by most energy codes, automatic shutoff of building lighting has proven to be a reliable source of energy savings. For example, the ASHRAE/IES
Why Do Daylight Harvesting Projects Succeed or Fail?
In recent years, the sustainable design movement has returned daylighting to the fore of mainstream construction. In its simplest definition, daylighting
EPAct 2005 Offers Accelerated Tax Deduction for Lighting Systems
On August 8, 2005, President Bush signed into law the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct 2005). Estimated to cost the U.S. government about $14.5 billion
New Rules to Push Magnetic Ballast to Brink of Extinction
In September 2000, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) amended the existing conservation standards for fluorescent lamp ballasts when it published standard
New Technologies Redefine Wireless Control
Lighting automation has been demonstrated to generate significant energy savings, increase flexibility, and influence worker satisfaction and productivity.
States Incorporate Energy Standard in Lighting Design Requirements
The Energy Policy Act of 1992 mandated minimum efficiency standards for many popular lamps and deregulated the $300 billion electric power industry. It
HID Lamp Dimming 1
Dimming HID lamps can produce significant energy savings and increase user flexibility
Introducing the LED Driver
Not only can they extend the useful life of your LEDs, drivers also aid in dimming and color changing
Electrical Testing Feed

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Next Generation Lighting- The Emergence of POE for Lighting

Historically, lighting controls have always had a singular responsibility: Manage the light. Until now....More
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