Project Title

Henderson Lighting Controllers to Take Advantage of Daylight Savings

Proposal Date

2017 12:00 AM

Document Type

Grant Reports

Project Summary

Henderson Lighting Controllers to Take Advantage of Daylight Savings

James Grigg, Director of Operations, Facilities Services ($4,950.00)

Retrofit the existing interior lighting system in select areas of the Henderson Library to take advantage of the amount of natural daylight that enters through the large windows. The lights are either on or off, installing light harvesting sensors and controls will allow the lighting in the select areas near the windows to turn off when there is enough natural light coming in, thus saving energy and extending the life of the light fixture. This will not change the light fixture look, it will just turn off select lights when there is enough sunlight coming in, also as it gets darker, the lights will come back on to maintain the current lighting levels in the Library.

Unit or Academic Department

Facilities Services

Amount Granted

$4,950.00

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Henderson Lighting Controllers to Take Advantage of Daylight Savings

Henderson Lighting Controllers to Take Advantage of Daylight Savings

James Grigg, Director of Operations, Facilities Services ($4,950.00)

Retrofit the existing interior lighting system in select areas of the Henderson Library to take advantage of the amount of natural daylight that enters through the large windows. The lights are either on or off, installing light harvesting sensors and controls will allow the lighting in the select areas near the windows to turn off when there is enough natural light coming in, thus saving energy and extending the life of the light fixture. This will not change the light fixture look, it will just turn off select lights when there is enough sunlight coming in, also as it gets darker, the lights will come back on to maintain the current lighting levels in the Library.