Delmatic is supplying a comprehensive DALI lighting management system for the University of Greenwich’s new School of Architecture, Design & Construction.
The system enables individual addressing, switching, dimming and monitoring of DALI luminaires, in conjunction with presence-related and daylight-linked control of lighting groups from DALI presence detectors and multisensors.
The 16,500 m2 Stockwell Street development comprises two linked buildings arranged in a ‘finger’ layout with internal courtyards allowing daylight and natural ventilation into the spaces.
The control of the lighting will play a key role in meeting the strict energy efficiency targets, and the Delmatic system was specified by consulting engineers Hoare Lea and is being installed by contractors SES.
Lighting is controlled throughout the building, using different control strategies in different areas. Many of these areas use suspended luminaires, with Delmatic’s DALI buswire modules enabling individual addressing, switching and dimming of the luminaires via a common Dali buswire.
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