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In addition to a fixture retrofit, two control opportunities were identified:
Working with FCI, Mr. Thomas proposed a lighting control solution that included Lutron wireless occupancy sensors, switches and relay modules in each area to ensure lights are turned off when the space is empty. In many rooms, Lutron wireless wall switches provide three-way control with no additional wiring required.
Encouraged by the results, Pepperdine is already working on a proposal for the school’s lower campus. Project stakeholders estimate that the occupancy controls throughout the retrofit are reducing lighting energy usage by 20-30%. In addition, by integrating the VAV boxes wirelessly to the occupancy sensors the solution is reducing overall HVAC energy usage in the classrooms by an additional 14%.
Les Thomas knows the systems are maintaining a comfortable work/study environment, “Generally, if I’m not getting any negative feedback, I know everyone is happy. If the lights were turning off when people were in the space, or students were
cold in the classrooms, I would definitely know. Any time we can strike the perfect balance, we know we’ve made the best choice.”