Tag: controllability of light

Emphasizing Quality and Control of Light at Night

Building owners and managers curious about the possible impacts of their outdoor lighting can find an abundance of articles citing problems associated with too much or the wrong kind of light. While outdoor illumination provides clear benefits in the form of better safety and navigation, claims of harm connected with artificial brightening of the night ...

DLC Launches Online Tool for Networked Lighting Control Systems

The DLC today launched an online Qualified Products List for networked lighting controls (NLC) – making it easier and faster for architects, building owners, contractors and others to find NLC products best suited for their projects. The new tool is the DLC’s latest effort to broaden adoption of energy-saving and smart building-enabling NLC technologies. Like the online ...

The DLC Releases Revised V5.0 Draft Performance Standards for Commercial LED Lighting

The DesignLights Consortium today unveiled the second version of an updated commercial lighting policy that combines continued emphasis on persistent energy savings with new, greater focus on the controllability and quality of light demonstrated by products approved for the DLC’s Qualified Products List (QPL). The DLC is a central resource for the lighting industry, utilities, and ...