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Energy Efficiency


From looking at the all the evidence


Crestron have also recently added to their range of wireless control products with their Battery Powered Wireless Occupancy Sensor which is ideal for spaces that are especially difficult to wire. It eliminates the need to home run wires to every office to install sensors. The sensor offers 10 years of battery power and provides a powerful and easy solution to reduce energy costs. Crestron wireless commercial lighting control systems are ideal for new and retrofit applications, substantially reducing the wiring and related labour costs common to traditional wired systems, and producing incredibly clean installations. “You no longer have to cut holes through walls and ceilings to run new control wiring,” said Robin Van Meeuwen, Vice President of Crestron International. “This can significantly reduce the cost and workflow interruptions often associated with a fixed wired installation without sacrificing performance.”


surrounding energy efficient lighting it seems that the resounding answer is yes, an energy efficient fixture will offer the same or better quality as a fixture without the same green credentials. It seems to me the new technology available for energy efficient lighting is streets ahead of standard lighting and as a nation we need to be doing more to save energy and help save the planet. Businesses need to recognise this need and educate themselves on what an energy efficient system could do for them as these systems really do have so many benefits.


Below: HPIDD60 from Harvard Engineering.


Contact Energy Saving Trust W: www.energysavingtrust.org.uk


Philips T: 0845 6011283 W: www.philips.co.uk/lighting


Harvard Engineering T: +44 (0) 113 383 1000 W: www.harvardeng.com


Crestron T: 0845 873 8787 W: www.crestron.eu


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