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ADVANCED LIGHTING CONTROLS: ENERGY SAVINGS, PRODUCTIVITY, TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATIONS

ADVANCED LIGHTING CONTROLS: ENERGY SAVINGS, PRODUCTIVITY, TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATIONS
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Written for engineers, architects, lighting designers, electrical contractors, distributors, and building owners and managers, this important guide to advanced lighting controls will bring you up to speed on the latest trends, technologies, codes and design techniques which are shaping the selection and implementation of lighting control systems today. Advanced lighting controls are now mandated by the ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1999 energy standard (used as the basis for virtually all state energy codes in the U.S.), and are becoming the norm in new construction lighting installations. This comprehensive reference covers lighting controls planning and design, benefit assessment and code considerations, and the full spectrum of technologies currently available, including detailed case studies of successful applications.
ISBN: 0-88173-510-8
6 x 9, 319 pp., Illus., Hardcover
ORDER CODE: 0558

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CONTENTS

SECTION I: LIGHTING CONTROL
1 – Introduction to Lighting Control

SECTION II: DESIGN & PLANNING
2 – How to Design a Lighting Control Scheme
3 – Lighting Control 101
4 – How to Select Lighting Controls: Where & Why
5 – Identifying, Selecting & Evaluating Control Options

SECTION III: ISSUES, TRENDS & CODES
6 – Lighting Controls: Current Use, Major Trends & Future Direction
7 – Study Finds Adoption of Dimming Systems to Be on the Rise
8 – Lighting & LEED
9 – Lighting Controls & the ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1999 Energy Code
10 – Energy Efficiency Programs Evolve at Utility & State Level
11 – Commercial Lease Properties: Finding the Benefit of Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades
12 – Personal Lighting Control: Boosting Productivity, Saving Energy
13 – Good Controls Design Key to Saving Energy with Daylighting
14 – 2005 NEC Changes Impact Lighting Control Panels, Metal Halide Lighting

SECTION IV: TECHNOLOGY
15 – Demand Reduction & Energy Savings Using Occupancy Sensors
16 – Compatibility of Fluorescent Lamps & Electronic Ballasts in Frequently Switched Applications
17 – Digital Lighting Networks Offer High Energy Savings & Flexibility in Lighting Control
18 – BACnet: Introduction to the Building Automation Standard Protocol