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Lighting Control Strategies and Energy Efficiency Benefits

  • A. PellegrinoEmail author
  • L. Blaso
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Abstract

Appropriate lighting control is an essential part of any lighting system. It is usually implemented through a set of wired or wireless devices that connect them to the luminaires, with the aim of receiving input from the user, the environment, or from programmed routines, and of transmitting signals to modify the status of the lighting fittings, switching them on/off or dimming their emitted light flux. In some cases, the control system is also used to automatically manage the shading components installed in a building for glare and overheating protection.

Keywords

Lighting System Lighting Control Correlate Color Temperature Building Automation Visual Comfort 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Energy Department, TEBE Research GroupPolitecnico Di TorinoTurinItaly

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