supplementary lighting

supplementary lighting

Lighting used to provide an additional quantity and quality of illumination, not obtained by the general lighting system; usually provides for specific work requirements.
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However, 20 fc are sufficient for ambient light in most occupancies and supplementary lighting could be obtained from daylight and personalized dimmable LED task lights.
GATES[TM] greenhouse, are already producing more than 850,000 lbs of vegetables per acre per year, and supplementary lighting will increase that to one million lbs per acre per year.
For the purposes of this study, ElectroniCast Consultants includes Directional Lighting, Supplementary Lighting, Street Lighting and Architectural Lighting in the General Lighting category.
The vegetable plants were grown to harvest time in a greenhouse under daylight with supplementary lighting provided by standard high-pressure sodium lamps.
Three different lighting modules are available, as well as a supplementary lighting module where extra illumination is required.
The Future Garden used supplementary lighting, artificial plants and turf, with vegetables grown in a greenhouse using UV screens and edible fish kept in the garden pond.
I do not mean rigging up supplementary lighting systems and all that, but providing the right soil, level of nutrients and water.
With interstitial tracks for supplementary lighting, the coffers are made of white-painted, glass-fibre-reinforced gypsum that swells upward into pockets of diffuse light.
Grower manager Roger Sims said: "We did not use any supplementary lighting to achieve this early start, we just depended on the above-average sunshine levels.
Now entering its tenth year of production, CALKIT is used to provide emergency, temporary and supplementary lighting on runways, taxiways and parking areas and is also suitable for use as ground obstruction lighting.
I blessed the supplementary lighting for allowing me to relish performers ' and composer's expertise both aurally and in the score.

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