Performance Art Building Reaps the Benefits of LEDs 

LED Lamps Meet Dimmer Compatibility Requirements for Retrofit Construction Project

A five-acre, performing arts center with three theaters in two buildings had 40-watt halogen lamps and 32-watt fluorescent tubes that needed replaced with a more efficient lighting option.

The center was tired of frequent lamp replacements and high energy costs, so it was obvious that LEDs could be a good option for them. However, they also knew that a transition to LEDs could cause a dimming compatibility problem since they weren’t planning on replacing their control system. 

See how this Performance Art Building was able to reap the benefit of LED and also get dimmer compatibility with an existing control system in our free case study. 

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