LLLC: The Future of Efficient Lighting
Luminaire Level Lighting Controls (LLLC) take energy efficient LEDs to the next level by applying control. With lighting control, owners and managers can tailor lighting systems to maximize energy use, optimize tenant comfort, and integrate additional building energy efficient systems for overall improved operational performance.
Case Study: South Lander Business Park Adopts Luminaire Level Lighting Controls
Seattle’s South Lander Business Park boasts a variety of tenants from small retail spaces to large warehouses – all with differing lighting needs that may change over time. Starting in 2016, the owners knew they needed to upgrade their outdated fluorescent lighting to something more adaptable, flexible and cost-effective. The answer? LED fixtures with luminaire level lighting controls (LLLCs).Case Studies
Case Study: Pacific Tower Installs Luminaire Level Lighting Controls
Seattle’s Pacific Tower was an iconic building with a big facility maintenance challenge: its older systems were inefficient and falling short in meeting occupants’ expectations. After the Washington Department of Commerce signed a 30-year lease to take over Pacific Tower, the team wanted to implement bold system upgrades and energy conservation measures to bring the building into the modern era and provide a better lighting experience for occupants.Case Studies
Lighting Design Lab Workshop: Networked Lighting Controls for Healthcare
What do networked lighting controls and luminaire level lighting controls mean for the healthcare industry? Lighting Design Lab is hosting a FREE online workshop to dive deep on NLC in healthcare settings on Tuesday, April 20, from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. PDT. Register at www.lightingdesignlab.com.Resources
Ask the Expert: How to Future Proof Your Lighting
In planning for a building's future, energy consumption is an important focus. But how should you account for changes today and their longevity and effects tomorrow? We'll share how you can flip the switch on your lighting bill and energy consumption.Blog
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