The June Power Lunch will explore the new world of Networked Lighting Control systems. More specifically, we’ll review the components that make up an LLLC system (Luminaire Level Lighting Controls). During the Power Lunch, we’ll discuss strategies for controlling lights to save energy and explore the topology of wired and wireless systems.
Just as LED bulbs forever changed the lighting industry, a new revolution in lighting controls promises to take energy savings to the next level. Networked Lighting Control systems use a combination of sensors, network interfaces and controllers to make lighting changes in luminaires, retrofit kits or lamps.
From a single workstation, facility operators can fine‐tune, measure, monitor and maintain their lighting system while generating data that will help improve operational efficiency along with occupant comfort and safety.
By adding Networked Lighting Controls to your LED lighting projects, you can boost energy savings by nearly 50%*. Even more, the Ameren Illinois Energy Efficiency Program offers incentives for Networked Lighting Controls to help you save even more!