Networked lighting controls reduces energy costs, aids in building code compliance, occupant comfort and so much more. nLight is a lighting controls solution that is easy to specify, install, and build upon. nLight, a smart lighting controls system is sure to illuminate and elevate your clients’ spaces. nLight is a sensor-based digital lighting controls solution that offers wired and wireless lighting controls that easily connect luminaires, sensors, and other control devices to create a digital network that is easy to specify, install and own.
nLight wired lighting controls system offers a connected and reliable system. nLight creates a digital network with unmatched flexibility to build an infrastructure that match the future of your space.
nLight Air wireless lighting controls offer simple networks that aid in complying with energy codes while saving money on deployment and labor cost. nLight Air offers a secure, high-performance wireless platform designed for integration into various lighting controls applications that seamlessly connect both your indoor and outdoor lighting systems to Smart Building Ready solutions.
Sensor Switch solutions are a leader in lighting control innovation, offering a broad selection of stand-alone lighting control components for both low voltage and line voltage applications.
A preconstruction meeting will provide system and installation knowledge to ensure that lighting control projects are seamless from start to finish. 16500 will provide an onsite or over the phone subject matter expert who will review all aspects of the system, installations, and design. From this review, a game plan will be developed for the successful completion of the project. Starting the project with the knowledge and support of a system expert is the best way to mitigate the chance of making installations errors that can cause costly scheduling and startup delays.
A 16500 Controls System Startup will provide an acuity Brands factory-certified field services engineer to conduct all system inspections and programming to ensure that the system operates per the specifications of the end user.
A 16500 onsite training will provide you with a system expert to conduct training with personnel who will be operating or interacting with the installed lighting control system. Training will be tailored to suit the technical ability of the audience and will address all facets of the installed system. Training should be purchased per individual day onsite.
16500 onsite troubleshooting will provide you with a system expert to conduct troubleshooting on lighting systems exhibiting issues falling outside of the Acuity Brands labor warranty. Our system expert will troubleshoot and correct issues found onsite, assist with replacement parts ordering and make necessary recommendations to ensure optimum system performance. Controls System troubleshooting should be purchased in one-day increments.
1. Title 24 Consulting
2. Mandatory Shutoff Requirements (NCRA-LTI-02-A)
3. Automatic Daylight Control (NCRA-LTI-03-A)
4. Demand Responsive Lighting Control (NCRA-LTI-04-A)
5. Institutional Tuning PAF (NCRA-LTI-05-A)
6. Outdoor Lighting Control (NCRA-LTO-02-A)
nLight has been a leader and innovator in the market for more than 10 years. nLight is installed in buildings and campus all over the bay area. 16500 is your prime and local team to provide Support, application designs, and Field service on the nLight system.
This Title 24 Part 6, Application Guide is designed to facilitate a lighting controls solutions to comply with the standards using the nLight lighting controls. It is to be used as a quick reference guide to get your project on the path toward compliance.
This 16500-made typical drawing package is provide throughout the specification/ design, bid and submittals stages. This can be used to develop a great understanding of the type of deliverables 16500 is able to provide.
This 16500-made typical drawing package is provide throughout the design, bid and submittals stages. This can be used to develop a great understanding of the type of deliverables 16500 is able to provide.
Here are some best practices to follow and some of the most common mistakes to avoid. Keeping these tips in mind will assure you have a successful install.
This reference guide is to be used as a tool to assist with design to meet the Title 24 2019 requirements. This Guide is for informational purposes only. Please refer to the 2019 Building Energy Standards website for more information.