low-voltage lighting control

low-voltage lighting control

A system of switches, control transformers, relays, and auxiliary devices to control a number of lighting circuits remotely, from one or more locations.
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As a result, the lighting team kept the controls simple: low-voltage lighting control and an architectural dimming system are used only in the main public spaces of the building, and they provide a combination of programmed control and daylight harvesting.
Whole-home systems are fully integrated, low-voltage lighting control systems that orchestrate a home's lighting via a processor in the basement or a wiring closet.
The new UCSF Medical Center has been designed to meet LEED Gold certification standards through the use of recycled materials, low-voltage lighting controls, and the widespread use of energy-efficient electrical and HVAC equipment.
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