reduced lighting

reduced lighting

The reduction in brightness of ground vehicle lights by either reducing power or by screening in such a way that any visible light is limited in output. See also normal lighting.
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Instead, guests experience a setup that's sensitive to special needs families, with reduced lighting and music.
Advanced lighting and automated window shading reduced lighting energy usage by nearly 80% in a recent test on one floor of a New York City high-rise during a recent field test.
The new system also reduce ws strain on air traffic controller operations, improves situational awareness, and generates additional savings through reduced lighting and operational costs.
- Rachel Evans, Countryside Alliance director for Wales, said: "We are fast approaching the time of year when cattle are turned out and because of the reduced lighting they have become accustomed too they often 'run blind' until they become used to natural light once again.
Reduced lighting at the front of the vehicle can affect the driver's vision in driving conditions where illumination is beneficial, and may increase the risk of overlooking obstacles in roadway, and could result in a crash.'
Colman's, part of Unilever, has reduced lighting energy consumption at its Norwich site by a staggering 39 percent, saving more than [pounds sterling]45,000 a year, as a result of a project to convert its outdated fluorescent fighting using retrofit T5 converter, Save It Easy[R] from Energys Group.
B & M Stores had problems with its tills and Matalan had to cope with reduced lighting and a lack of power to some backroom areas.
Davis & Associates replaced the 847 existing T8 fluorescent luminaires with 570 LED luminaires in 3,500K--58-W 2-ft by 2-ft LED fixtures and 41-W LED downlights--that reduced lighting loads by 38 percent.
Next year, the reduced lighting is expected to save $266,198.02.
Some accomplishments include reduced lighting in unused portions of the mines, controlled photocells, motion sensors in rooms, disconnecting unneeded equipment, and automation of auxiliary fans at Hoyle Pond, to name a few.
A spokesman said: ``This was a localised problem which caused reduced lighting in some parts of the A&E.
A spokesmen for Tesco said although power at the store was kept on with the help of a back-up generator, they shut their doors as they were operating with reduced lighting.

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