14 Strategies to Save up to 70% in Energy Costs Using the Latest in Warehouse Lighting...and More

There is no place for poor lighting in industrial buildings. These facilities support a variety of important tasks from picking and packaging to shipping and receiving, light assembly and even office work. Since multiple functions are often performed in the same area, lighting is important because of the need for different levels suited to the different tasks.

Today’s lighting control systems have moved beyond the standalone occupancy-based products to provide true system-level control over lighting. If properly applied, the result can be tremendous savings, better occupant comfort, improved building management, and more.

This white paper describes 14 distinct control strategies enabled by today’s most advanced lighting control systems, and discusses the technology attributes that are required in order to take advantage of these strategies. 


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