Adaptive Corridors at UC Davis

Publication Date: 
07/01/2011

A basic adaptive lighting system is composed of occupancy sensors, dimmable ballasts and sources, and a communication platform for the system components. By combining commercially-available components, multiple solutions may be implemented to deliver occupancy-based, adaptive corridor lighting. Three of these solutions were demonstrated and evaluated in corridor applications in a multi-use building at the University of California, Davis. 

Features & Benefits:
  • Adaptive light output based on occupancy delivers a safe environment and energy savings
  • Fixture-integrated solutions reduce installation costs by minimizing additional wiring