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At the Office: We Need More Light

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D. Light Shrewd was complaining that he needed higher light levels to perform his job duties more efficiently. To prove that higher light levels were needed, he put a presentation together and called everyone into the conference room. Below was slide 36 out of 36 slides used to convince Mitchell, and the rest of the Dimbulb staff, the office needed higher light levels:

The lights were facing the reception area, directly in Paige’s eyes. Her eyes were watering and she even started getting headaches. She had reached her breaking point, so she talked to Mitchell and told him about TCP flat panels. They are a cost-effective replacement for T5, T8 and T12 linear fluorescent troffers. They have a 50,000-hour rated life and provide the appropriate amount of light output. They are also compatible with 0-10V dimming control switches, enabling the employees to have the appropriate lumens they need, without the overpowering brightness of twin-head contractor lights in the office. Mitchell agreed to install these fixtures and everyone was happy once again, even D. Light.

The lights were facing the reception area, directly in Paige’s eyes. Her eyes were watering and she even started getting headaches. She had reached her breaking point, so she talked to Mitchell and told him about TCP flat panels. They are a cost-effective replacement for T5, T8 and T12 linear fluorescent troffers. They have a 50,000-hour rated life and provide the appropriate amount of light output. They are also compatible with 0-10V dimming control switches, enabling the employees to have the appropriate lumens they need, without the overpowering brightness of twin-head contractor lights in the office. Mitchell agreed to install these fixtures and everyone was happy once again, even D. Light.

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