fluorescent lighting fixture

fluorescent lighting fixture

A luminaire, usually complete with fluorescent lamps, sockets, ballast, reflector, and a louver or diffusing medium.
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The average industrial fluorescent lighting fixture can consume two times or more power than its LED equivalent.
Electrical Contractor Magazine has recognised The Leviton Zipline system, a linear fluorescent lighting fixture retrofit solution, with its 2012 NECA Showstopper Award.
W Fluorescent Lighting Fixture. The Work Include Supplying The
DALI was created as a means to digitally control and dim ballasts in fluorescent lighting fixtures using a simple two-wire connection that can be wired as a daisy chain using inexpensive wire and, in many cases, can utilize the same conduits as the main electrical wiring.
of scrap cloth in 2017 and replacing fluorescent lighting fixtures with LED bulbs to reduce energy usage.
"Lighting efficiency measures including automatic controls for exterior lighting, higher efficiency fluorescent lighting fixtures, ballasts, lamps and controls and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in place of incandescent bulbs can significantly reduce lighting energy and peak power use.
Other finishes will include carpet tile flooring, acoustical tile ceilings by Armstrong, and parabolic indirect fluorescent lighting fixtures. To achieve the required fire safety rating for the new glazed glass wall in the elevator lobby, Emtec Consulting Engineers designed a water curtain fire protection system utilizing an increased number of sprinklers.
Relamping of linear fluorescent lighting fixtures is now complete at 69 locations where 28-W T8s have replaced the 32-W bulbs in approximately 450 four-lamp fixtures per 30,000 sq ft supermarket.
Developed by a public-private partnership and managed by Ameripark, the site is celebrated by Project for Public Spaces as one of “the best squares and plazas in the world.” Below ground, the garage's fluorescent lighting fixtures are controlled by a building technology system lowering the energy consumption of the facility.
GE first introduced its fluorescent lighting fixtures at the 1939 New York World's Fair and now the American giant has unveiled what it says will be the next big thing in lighting: LED edge lighting fixtures.
Engineered specifically to replace linear fluorescent lighting fixtures, the product is designed to provide superior visibility, optimum energy efficiency and low-cost maintenance for any location where there is a potential of flammable gases or vapors being present, even under extreme conditions.
Other aspects of resource efficiency built into the house include a tankless water heater, a high performance Carrier AC with Energy Star programmable thermostats, all ducts located in conditioned space, fluorescent lighting fixtures, and Energy Star appliances.

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