Field-performance of daylight-linked lighting controls and window blinds: a pilot study

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Conference5th European Conference on Energy-Efficient Lighting - Right Light 5: 29 May 2002, Nice, France
Pages114; # of pages: 14
Subjectdaylighting, lighting controls, window blinds, lighting, energy savings, dimming, automatic on/off, measured performane of buildings, photocontrolled lighting, daylight-linked control systems; Energy efficiency; Daylighting; Windows
AbstractThis paper presents the results of a pilot study to quantify the effect of daylight-linked lighting control systems on office building electrical lighting consumption. The study investigated the impact of various configurations of manually-operated venetian blinds on the performance of a commercial photo-controlled continuous dimming lighting control system. It was based on monitoring two side-by-side occupied offices over a one-year period to assess electric energy consumption and the space illumination as a function of blind slat angle and retraction area.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number45686
NPARC number20378516
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