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Adapting to people & the environment System Overview Workspace specific Quality illumination Personal dimming control Occupancy sensors Daylight dimming.

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2 Adapting to people & the environment

3 System Overview Workspace specific Quality illumination Personal dimming control Occupancy sensors Daylight dimming Peak load management Scheduling/Reporting

4 Workspace specific lighting One Ergolight per standard workstation Positioned directly over work area Puts light where it is needed

5 Standard troffer layout: 26 fixtures

6 Workspace specific layout: 13 fixtures

7 Application Photo

8 Quality Direct/Indirect Lighting Center lamp distributes light upwards, reflects off ceiling Provides uniform ambient light / Softens shadows Eliminates cave-like room appearance Outer lamps deliver extra light on desk-top for enhanced visibility Louvers control glare on computer screens

9 Constant up-light in open spaces Personal DimmingDaylight DimmingOccupancy Sensing Up-light unaffected

10 Occupancy and daylight sensing Overhead sensor location= reliable sensing Gradually dims outer lamps to 10% after time delay Holds at 10%, before turning lamps off Over 30% energy savings in window- adjacent locations Gradual dimming avoids sudden changes in levels Maintains constant light level at work plane

11 Cubicle Illuminance Ceiling Height 8’x8’8’x10’10x10’ 8’48.5 fc45.2 fc35.5 fc 9’46.8 fc44.0 fc ’44.8 fc42.3 fc31.3 fc 11’42.3 fc40.1 fc29.2 fc 12’40.4 fc38.4 fc25.2 fc Workspace Dimensions Reflectances 80/50/20. Cubicle Walls 50% reflectance. T8 Lamps. LLF.9

12 Personal Dimming Control On-screen control panel Users select preferred light level Ceiling light stays constant

13 System-wide management FM has full control over entire Ergolight network Entire network can be gradually dimmed for load shedding Events can be scheduled on daily/weekly/monthly basis

14 Detailed energy reporting

15 Load shedding and sensor commissioning Avoid peak demand charges with load shedding Commission sensors with the click of a mouse

16 How it works: The Lighting Network

17 Where the energy savings come from Energy Use 7 amNoon7 pm

18 Where the energy savings come from Energy Use 7 amNoon7 pm

19 Where the energy savings come from Energy Use 7 amNoon7 pm

20 Where the energy savings come from Energy Use 7 amNoon7 pm

21 Where the energy savings come from Energy Use 7 amNoon7 pm

22 Proven results with Ergolight Controls Reynolds Metals 87% (retrofit) Raytheon 83% (retrofit) BC Hydro 78% (new construction)

23 Actual 3 rd party results BC Hydro – Comparison Study Weekly Power Profile Comparison– 8th floor (Ergolight) vs. 5 th floor (Reference ) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Time (Hour) Power (kW) CPP 8 Ergolight CPP5 Open Offices

24 Light Right Consortium: Albany, NY A comprehensive study on worker satisfaction and productivity

25 3 aesthetic mounting options

26 Other options Available with T8 or T5 lamping

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