ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR recently published a very informative article detailing the results of a survey of more than 700 readers about lighting and lighting controls, conducted by Renaissance Research & Consulting.
“More than 80 percent of ECs perform some controls work. Fifty percent of them work on “all aspects” of controls (specify or influence and install). The most-mentioned types of controls included wall dimmers, wall timers, touch panels, and sensors and occupancy/motion sensors (photocells), followed closely by relay or circuit breaker panels and outdoor controls. Least-mentioned types among respondents included distributed lighting controls and daylight harvesting controls.”
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