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This newest addition to the Lutron sensor family allows the control of two circuits from one occupancy sensor, making it ideal for applications that require bi-level switching to meet codes.
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Studies show that proper lighting control can translate to a 5–10% increase in productivity. Though typical lighting is fine for paperwork, it is usually 2 to 3 times brighter than is ideal for computer work. The solution? Lutron EcoSystem® and Quantum® offer remote controls so individuals are able to adjust the light over their space. RadioTouch® and GRAFIK Eye® QS controls are ideal for meeting rooms and classrooms. Lutron controls allow people to set lighting levels for different tasks, from cube to office to conference room.
Optimizing daylight and electric light saves energy and creates a productive, comfortable environment. Dimming increases lamp life and reduces maintenance costs, which can significantly affect your bottom line. Light controls can reduce the cost to reconfigure space, whether for different events, new tenants, or new layouts. Light control systems, such as Quantum, can also report on energy usage and savings to manage costs down. Lutron has a variety of solutions to improve the quality and efficiency of your work environment.
Commercial spaces can really reduce overhead costs by controlling the lighting. For example, when The New York Times Company wanted to create an "energizing work environment" and reduce its energy consumption, it chose Lutron light control strategies. With light level tuning, daylight harvesting and occupancy sensing, the company saved over 70% of its lighting energy and over $600,000 in electricity costs each year.
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View the Economics of Dimming
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