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A Delmatic Dali system has been installed to provide energy-efficient switching and dimming throughout the new Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science. The perforated brick façade optimises daylight and natural cross-ventilation while maintaining the building’s sculpted form.


A Delmatic system controls lighting within the building, optimising energy efficiency through a combination of presence detection, absence detection, and daylight-linked dimming. The system makes extensive use of Dali broadcast technology which provides the dimming and monitoring benefits of Dali without the need to address the ballasts after installation on site.

IP routers handle communication across the IT network while the Delmatic system integrates with the BMS via BACnet for the sharing of data and transmission of key data.


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