illumination control

illumination control

[ə‚lü·mə‚nā·shən kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
A photoelectric control that turns on lights when outdoor illumination decreases below a predetermined level.
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Model 7000A is a dual-beam spectrophotometer whose new automated features include motorized, adjustable uv illumination control that stores up to three settings.
This will present the opportunities in mass-production of HOEs for applications as varied as display optics and illumination control.
A Lutron lighting system (the same type used at Baltimore Stadium) allows full theatrical illumination control. The circuit is patched into the processor that photo-electrically operates the mechanical blinds inside the double-glazed window walls, providing sun and privacy control.
It was my first opportunity to use Zeiss' Z-Dot red-dot sight and also a Zeiss-Blaser innovation, IC (for Illumination Control).
Panasonic also developed the crosstalkreduction technology using newly-developed phosphors with short luminescence decay time and illumination control technology to reduce double-images that occur when left- and right-eye image are alternated on the panel.
Panasonic also developed the crosstalk reduction technology using newly-developed phosphors with short luminescence decay time and illumination control technology to reduce double-images that occur when left- and right-eye image are alternated on the panel.