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An analysis of energy-efficient light fittings and lighting controls

Danny H.W. Li, K.L. Cheung, S.L. Wong and Tony N.T. Lam

Applied Energy, 2010, vol. 87, issue 2, 558-567

Abstract: Electric lighting is one of the major energy consuming items in many non-domestic buildings. Using appropriate energy-efficient light fittings with dimming controls and proper daylighting schemes can help reduce the electrical demand and contribute to visual comfort and green building development. This paper presents a study on the energy and lighting performances for energy-efficient fluorescent lamps associated with electronic ballasts and high frequency photoelectric dimming controls installed in a school building. Electricity expenditures and indoor illuminance levels for a workshop and a classroom employing high frequency dimming controls were analyzed. Simple prediction methods were used to illustrate the lighting savings. The findings provide the operational and performance information, which would be applicable to other spaces with similar building layouts and lighting schemes.

Keywords: Energy-efficient; lamps; Electronic; ballasts; Daylighting; High; frequency; dimming; controls; On-off; controls (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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