Colleges and
Universities

Higher education campuses are
veritable cities, with university
lighting needs that span from small
classrooms to large lecture halls
to dormitories, plus offices and
even street lighting.

                                                
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Corridor & Stairwell
Glare-free, lighting with even, shadow-free distribution makes corridors a comfortable path between classes. Bulletin boards or architectural features become focal points when lit by asymmetric distribution luminaires. Stairwells must be well-lit for safety. Of course, when corridors or stairwells are not in use, full intensity lighting is not needed. Integrated controls can dim lighting until occupancy is detected - motion or motion and sound - to conserve energy and save money.

KEY BENEFITS
  • Lighting that meets code requirements for these traffic areas
  • Sleek and minimalist design with targeted functionality
  • Lighting and controls solution that can yield up to 50% energy savings as compared to traditional lighting
  • Integrated controls that deliver the right amount of light but only when needed
                                                

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San Diego State University Takes First Step Toward LED Lighting
July 1, 2010

When transforming a gymnasium into an academic lecture hall with no natural light, one of the University’s primary concerns was using entirely LED lighting solutions to create a comfortable learning environment.
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