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1.3.14 Installation of motion sensor faucets

1.3.14 Installation of motion sensor faucets Description A motion sensor faucet is a faucet equipped with a proximity sensor and mechanism that opens its valve to allow water to flow in response to the presence of a hand or hands in close proximity. Benefits Easy to operate [...]

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1.4.3 Cleaning and maintenance of lamps and luminaires regularly

1.4.3 Cleaning and maintenance of lamps and luminaires regularly Description The measure consists in cleaning lamps and luminaires every year with soft moist cotton cloth, soft-bristled anti-static brush, or low-power vacuum cleaner as well as replacing bulb lamp at the end of its lifespan or lenses if they appear yellow. [...]

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1.4.4 Reduce the number of lamps

1.4.4 Reduce the number of lamps Description The measure proposes to remove from each fixture a certain number of lamps depending on the light levels previously measured with a light meter. Lamps will be removed where light levels are higher than the acceptable working levels. Benefits The [...]

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1.4.5 Reduce the number of luminaires

1.4.5 Reduce the number of luminaires Description The measure consists in removing luminaires in spaces where the light levels are higher than the acceptable working lighting level and the entire luminaire could be removed. Benefits The number of luminaires can be reduced and thus their associated energy [...]

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1.4.6 Turn off lighting in unused rooms or zones

1.4.6 Turn off lighting in unused rooms or zones Description If there are not presence detectors, the light should be turned off when a room is not used. This measure has to be specially considered in those spaces usually closed during weekends by assuring that any unnecessary light is switched on. [...]

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1.4.7 Appropriate orientation of the work place

1.4.7 Appropriate orientation of the work place Description This measure consists in orienting the workplace to maximize the use of natural light and ensuring that no glare occurs. The most suitable option is by letting the light arrive sideway to the workplace. Benefits It is possible to [...]

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1.4.8 Lighting zoning through manual switches

1.4.8 Lighting zoning through manual switches Description This measure consists in creating lighting zones (group of luminaires) which can be controlled independently. This way, switch on/off the lights only in the desired zone will be possible. Usually the zones are divided considering the type of activities or the penetration of natural light. [...]

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1.4.9 Programming different scenarios for the same place

1.4.9 Programming different scenarios for the same place Description If different activities (e.g. screening, meeting) with different required lighting levels are developed in the same space (e.g. in a conference room, classroom), it shall be given the possibility of adapting easily the illuminance levels to the activity through switches or touchpad controls [...]

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1.4.11 Optimized interior security lighting

1.4.11 Optimized interior security lighting Description The interior security lighting system can be optimized: reducing the illuminance performance (and consequently wattage power) to have a maximum of 54 lux avoiding the use of security light during the day using emergency lights with low capacity backup batteries replacing emergency exit lights by luminous [...]

2018-01-22T07:51:43+00:00

1.5.1 Use of multiple power strips with switch and/or programmable plugs

1.5.1 Use of multiple power strips with switch and/or programmable plugs Description The use of a power strip is recommendable especially in office buildings where many devices as computers, printers, monitors, etc… are usually left in standby mode, spending unnecessary energy during the night-time, holidays and weekends. Power strips could switch all [...]

2018-01-22T07:55:00+00:00