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Installing intelligent lighting controls to a lighting installation can boost energy savings and further reduce maintenance costs. Conventional switching systems can be fitted with detection units that sense movement and assess the presence of natural light in a particular area thereby deciding if the luminaries need to be energised or dimmed.
This saves energy, improves lamp life, reduces maintenance costs and maintains lighting levels to the optimum. These types of controls are typically used in just about any area where a varied level of occupancy is expected, or where natural lighting levels are most favourable such as offices, warehouses, corridors, storerooms, classrooms and WC facilities.
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