Architectural Dimming
Architectural Lighting Control is complex. Architects and Lighting Designers demand flexible control of light that doesn’t limit their creativity. Facility Managers need a reliable, well supported, and easy-to-maintain system. End-users expect accessible lighting control. New technologies – like LED’s, distributed switching, dimming and control are changing traditional system configurations, as is the convergence of lighting and multimedia. With new energy codes even the simplest projects now require dimming, occupancy sensing, and daylight harvesting. The design challenge increases further when the project scope grows to include integration with audio-visual and building automation systems.

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Design Guide

Design Guide for Commercial Lighting

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Dimming Concepts

Introduction to Dimming Concepts

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Dimming Technologies

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Architectural Dimming
Architectural Lighting Control is complex. Architects and Lighting Designers demand flexible control of light that doesn’t limit their creativity. Facility Managers need a reliable, well supported, and easy-to-maintain system. End-users expect accessible lighting control. New technologies – like LED’s, distributed switching, dimming and control are changing traditional system configurations, as is the convergence of lighting and multimedia. With new energy codes even the simplest projects now require dimming, occupancy sensing, and daylight harvesting. The design challenge increases further when the project scope grows to include integration with audio-visual and building automation systems.

Resource Information

Design Guide

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Dimming Concepts

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Dimming Technologies

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Available Manufacturers