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How Architectural Engineers Impact Building Energy Use Lighting, Controls and Energy Savings
Subtractive color mixing Paint or Ink Additive color mixing LIGHT!
Light Source Technology Did you know? Sunlight has all colors of the rainbow and appears WHITE
Visible Light Reflected light is what we SEE The RED apple is red because it absorbs all light except RED The GREEN apple is green because it absorbs all light except GREEN
Light Source Technology Electric Light Bulb LAMP Filament Socket
Light Source Technology Incandescent Light
Light Source Technology Fluorescent Light Bulb Wall Phosphor UV Mercury Electricity Visible Light
Light Source Technology Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs)
Light Source Technology Fluorescent Ballast
Light Source Technology Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
Lighting Controls Power vs. Energy Energy Used
Lighting Controls Saving Energy through Occupancy Controls Energy Used Energy Saved Unoccupied
Lighting Controls Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy Sensors
Lighting Controls Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensors
Lighting Controls Daylighting
Lighting Controls Photocell
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
EGEE 102 – Energy Conservation And Environmental Protection Energy Efficient Lighting.
Lighting for smart home. Light bulb Heating the wolframfilam ent with current so much it starts to glow. Light bulbs lifetime is about h.
Discharge Lamps Chapter 14 part2 1020C.
Today: Finish Chapter 26 from Tue Chapter 27 (Color)
TERM 2 SCIENCE ACE DONE BY: HOON TIAN JUN, TERRENCE LEDs VS Energy-saving Light Bulbs.
Presented by FSC. What is Induction? A hybrid fluorescent lamp technology first introduced in 1891 that eliminates the need for electrode and filaments.
Light & APPLICATIONS OF Optics
Why Does an Apple Look Red?
What is Light?.
Light and Color Chapters 27 – 28
Types of Light Bulbs and Their Uses
LED Bulbs vs. CFL Bulbs vs. Incandescent Bulbs
Producing Visible Light EQ: How is visible light produced?
Team 10 Device Comparison: Incandescent vs. Fluorescent Light.
IP Introduction © Oxford University Press 2011 Introduction.
Light. What you see depends on the amount of light in the room and the color of the objects. For you to see an object, it must reflect some light back.
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