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Although it is generally recognized that LEDs are inherently dimmable and controllable, it is much more difficult to get the same results dimming LEDs as those expected with incandescent bulbs.
The dimming phenomenon appears linked with the spread of urban areas and industrial activity, as reflected in data from across the country.
Wide power-input range and high power output make the dimming technology available for various LED lamps.
The highways boss said the street lighting unit had trialled the dimming of street lights on a small scale, most notably within the Peblig ward, Caernarfon where over 140 lights were replaced with dimmed lanterns.
Whether or not to try to reduce global dimming in a fast-warming world is a conundrum.
Because most of the world is sparsely populated, dimming is essentially a regional effect, Kaufman's team argues.
A number of different dimming methods are commonly used in today's LED applications and a basic understanding of how and when to use them is a great first step toward avoiding issues in the field:
Energy saving strategies such as daylight harvesting and the growth of the Smart Grid are increasingly incorporating automated light controls and dimming to contribute on the demand side of a Smart Grid," says Jeff Plaskon, ballast product manager, GE Consumer & Industrial.
Furthermore, SSL-7A does not address larger architectural dimming products and applications.
International Rectifier, IR[R] (NYSE:IRF), a world leader in power management technology, today introduced the IRS2530D and IRS2158D 600V control ICs for energy-efficient dimming fluorescent lighting ballast applications.
5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today its latest energy-saving dimming controls solution-Hubbell Building Automation's new CX Dimming Option Card.
The Axis DDH ballast incorporates a patented dipswitch that allows fixed-level dimming in 10% increments from 100% of output to 40% output, with a corresponding reduction in electrical energy.