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DIM

(electromagnetism)

DIM.

On drawings, abbr. for dimension.

DIM

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The output and dimming lines are totally compliant with the new regulations with isolation to ensure the safety during installation.
Since then, there have been several dimming episodes, but none of them proved as dramatic as the one recorded just recently.
The main contribution of this paper is the analytical derivation of secrecy dimming capacity in the presence of the wiretapper.
The products are offered in 900 to 2000 lumen packages and provide a 90 Color Rendering Index (CRI) throughout the dimming range.
"Around three quarters of these lights are LED which use as little as 35% of the energy of traditional street lights, and we will be installing a further 30,000 LED street lights with dimming technology over the next six years".
* The drivers feature a <10 to 100% dimming range, and are compatible with industry-standard controls.
This paper proposes three types of different dimming controls for multiple serial-connected transformers.
The dreary weather you witnessed the past fortnight is an indication of this gradual dimming.
The dimming-enabled switches, requiring no extra devices, can tune light intensity of LED light bulbs and light tubes and offer a number of dimming approach settings, including five-phase dimming, passive infrared-activated (PIR-activated) dimming, and seamless dimming.
Gwynedd Council, which had previously looked at switching street lighting off entirely after midnight now believes dimming them instead will save more money and be more environmentally friendly.
VENTURE LIGHTING's new Ventronic Global electronic dimming ballast is said to combine maximum energy savings with total system control, using DALI digital dimming, simple switch dimming or 1-10V variable dimming.