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What are Lighting Controls?
Simply put, lighting controls serve to provide the right amount of light where and when its needed. They are used to maximize energy savings from any lighting system as well as comply building codes and energy conservation policies. Lighting controls are also known as “smart lighting“
These controls can come in various function forms, most commonly occupancy sensors, time-clocks, and photo sensors:
Time-clocks are the simplest form of lighting controls. Using pre-programmed times, lights turn on and off automatically to prevent illumination when it is not needed.
Occupancy sensors are specially designed control devices that detect the occupancy of a space to turn the lights on or off automatically.
Photo sensors are amongst the most advanced form of lighting controls. By absorbing and measuring the amount of natural daylight coming through windows, photo sensors lower or raise the amount of light output to provide the most efficient amount of illumination, throughout the day.