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With the recent advent of wireless controls, it may be possible to retrofit another ballast type, such as 0-10 volt ballasts, with a compatible wireless controller. Common applications of manual fluorescent dimming are “architectural” and generally are provided for convenience and utility. indd 30 2/10/11 3:52 AM F LU O R E S C E N T B A L L A S T S W I T H M A N U A L D I M M I N G C O N T R O L S 31 Dining areas (cove lighting) Food preparation areas, especially when viewable from public dining Lobbies Executive offices Patient rooms Spas and beauty salons While the use of architectural dimming is usually not counted as an energy savings measure, savings are often realized as people will often choose to dim lights at least a little.

Using a bi-level occupancy sensor 3. Manually ON to 50 or 100 percent: When the office became occupied, the sensor did not turn the lights ON. Instead, the user could turn the lights ON to 50 or 100 percent light level, or leave them OFF. When the occupant left the office, the sensor then automatically swept the lights OFF. Occupants were informed about the manner in which the electric lights would behave and also that they were participating in a lighting controls study. However, the occupants were specifically not told that the purpose of the study was to measure the impact of their behavior on energy consumption.

This is particularly true when starting temperatures are below 60°F, which is quite common where HVAC night setbacks keep temperatures low outside normal working hours. On/Off Fluorescent Lighting Controls for Daylighting On/off daylight controls may be successfully applied to fluorescent lighting systems in retrofit applications. Photosensing devices are most cost-effective in controlling a single switched zone, not an individual fluorescent fixture. If a facility has a single switched zone that includes a number of fixtures that could reasonably be shut off when adequate daylight exists, it makes sense to control all of them with a single photoswitch.

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