Smart Lighting Looks to Reduce Commission Costs

06 January 2015

According to a recently published smart lighting report from IHS Technology, increasing emphasis on reducing commissioning costs is promoting the use of more distributed lighting control architectures with fixture-level control.

Traditional control panels that apply dimming and switching to an entire zone or series of fixtures have been the most common form of lighting control. With this option, all the fixtures in the zone are dimmed, or switch on and off, at the same time. Fixture-level control is achieved by controlling the individual ballasts and drivers, which enables users to switch or dim individual fixtures, rather than entire zones.

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