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3 Author(s)
Rubinstein, Francis ; Lawrence Berkeley Lab., Berkeley, CA, USA ; Siminovitch, M. ; Verderber, R.

An electronically ballasted lighting control system was demonstrated at an office building in the San Francisco Bay Area. The system was used to demonstrate the energy savings and demand-reduction capabilities of a lighting control system designed to exploit all major control strategies, including scheduling, daylighting, and lumen maintenance. After 9 months of operation, lighting energy savings of approximately 50% relative to previous usage have been consistently achieved. A novel, two-part control photocell that permits successful implementation of daylighting and lumen maintenance strategies was demonstrated

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Jul/Aug 1993

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