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New Occupancy Sensors Address Energy Code Requirements

New Occupancy Sensors Address Energy Code Requirements

As a major contributor to a building’s electricity demand, lighting systems are the target of an increasing number of energy codes across the United States. For example, the 2013 edition of the California Energy Commission’s influential Title 24 guidelines outline a range of new requirements for controlling both ambient- and task-lighting loads when spaces aren’t occupied.

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