Low-voltage lighting

Low-voltage lighting

The lighting operated at a lower voltage for safety reasons; must be used in conjunction with a transformer. Primarily used for lighting artwork and landscaping.
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He explained how a converged approach to an intelligent building's network infrastructure can provide significant cost savings and sustainability over the life of the facility by utilising a structured cabling system that converges critical data, voice, video, low-voltage lighting and building management systems onto a single unified physical infrastructure and delivering data and Power over Ethernet.
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