Currently, energy conservation has become a top priority. In modern buildings, due to the continuous improvement of people’s living standards, lighting energy consumption has accounted for a considerable proportion. The concept of “green lighting” that is currently vigorously advocated is actually advocating to save energy, reduce pollution, and protect the environment in lighting projects. Improve the quality of work and life. Lighting control can be divided into two basic categories: static control (also called on-off control or switch control) and dynamic control (also called dimming control). Switch control uses wall 12v rocker switches, circuit breakers, relays (contactors), solid state switches (thyristors, etc.), timers, sensors (including photoelectric sensors, human sensors, sound sensors, and infrared sensors, etc.) for lighting control; Dimming control is the use of dimming devices for lighting control. Dimming control can save energy, improve work efficiency, enhance flexibility, and can play a good aesthetic effect.
Lighting control can be divided into manual and automatic two types. Manual control is the use of switches or dimmers or a combination of switches and dimmers to realize the control of lighting; automatic control systems are realized by clock components, photoelectric components, human sensors and other components or computers or by them together. Automatic control of lighting.
The urgent requirements for energy conservation have made lighting control more and more important. This requires practitioners to not simply repeat past experience when making lighting design creations, but should vigorously carry out investigations and research, constantly update technical knowledge, and introduce new ideas. , Explore and use better lighting control methods, and contribute to building a conservation-oriented and harmonious society.