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Day Lighting Control Resources
Some daylight Control Resources worth sharing that crossed my desk this month.
From Rachel Reiss Buckley
Director, Efficiency Services, E Source
delighted to let you know that we recently updated the PIER technical brief
"Sweet SPOT™ for Daylighting" (TB-18). The latest release of the Sensor
Placement and Optimization Tool (SPOT™) software, version 4.0—which won the Most
Innovative Product of the Year award at the 2008 LightFair International Trade
Show and Conference—adds a number of capabilities, including a database of
information about photosensor performance. In addition, the latest software
version produces commissioning reports for each photosensor system in use for
field implementation and enables users to feed the SPOT™ output into a
whole-building energy analysis.
Last months interview Daylighting in Demand Response Situations. J. David Wilson.
Plus this from Lighting Control & Design
Free Engineering Assistance!
Let’s say you’re designing a lighting control system and the client wants something like daylighting with skylights. Maybe you’ve done this a hundred times and can draw the plans while juggling hamsters with your eyes shut. But maybe not, and you could use some help. Where do you start?
1. Do a Little Browsing
Our website is a great place to start. We take ideas from our most innovative projects and post them online for you to steal! To name a few:
2. Get With an LC&D Engineer - Live Chat!
Lucky for you, our engineers design hundreds of systems a month (eyes shut, hamsters juggled) and are here to help. We’re even launching a new chat feature for improved communication and speedy file transfers. Go to the Engineering Assistance button on our home page to get immediate answers to your questions and make your design phase go quickly and smoothly. Think about it: Your very own lighting engineer at your beck and call, ready to answer your questions in real time when you need them answered.
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