The Theory – Good Lighting supports specific tasks, while bad lighting can make those tasks more difficult to complete accurately or consistently.
Good lighting can showcase products or render people and the space itself in the best light with richer, truer colors while poor lighting can make colors less authentic. The lighting technology determines how good or bad the occupant lighting experience is.
The New Reality – As a digital-based technology, LED luminaires are compatible with light management systems that offer lighting control strategies that make possible better occupant experiences, while providing additional energy savings. Lighting control strategies include but are not limited to occupancy control, daylight harvesting, time scheduling, task tuning, personal control, and more recently spectral color adjustments (dynamic white, dim to warm, human centric).
Learning Activity Information
- Learning why a Lighting Control Intent document is crucial to the design process due to changes in LED drivers technologies.
- Learn how to create a Sequence of Operations from the basis of design. Which becomes a living document helping the design come to reality.
- Tips on how to create a sequence of operations document.
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