What is the Most Effective Way to Manage Commercial Lighting?
Only apply as much light as minimally needed using fully shielded fixtures that prevent glare and excessive upward light spill to assure safe and secure conditions on your property. Install an astronomical time clock to assure needless energy is not wasted after business hours. An astronomical time clock uses a photosensor that automatically synchronizes switch settings with varying daylight that changes during the seasons and does not require resetting each time there is a power failure.
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High Intensity Discharge (HID) Xenon headlights are the new generation headlights that are fitted to most luxury cars and most new cars can have them fitted as an (expensive) option. This technology has been in home and commercial lighting for years. They produce 300% more light than standard halogens and yet use less power. The HID Xenon (not Zenon) lighting technology is significantly different to the conventional halogen bulbs that use a heated tungsten filament. Unlike Halogen lamps...
Low voltage Halogen lights have many advantages. They can provide up to 66% savings in energy cost. A 50 watt halogen lamp can replace a 150 watt flood lamp with cooler operating temperature while providing whiter, truer light. It is also possible to create much smaller fixture heads which can increase design possibilities.
Lighting designers are fluent with point and diffuse source output, color and rendition, lamp and fixture photometry, pricing, availability, installation, power, local and national codes, controls, lighting calculations and measurement, software and modeling, and IES recommended practices and standards.
A physical phenomenon whereby an atom of a material absorbs a photon of light and immediately emits a photon of longer wavelength. If there is a significant delay, the phenomenon is called phosphorescence rather than fluorescence. It is interesting that "phosphors" used in lamps exhibit "fluorescence," not "phosphorescence."