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[EnergyPlus_Support] Re: about daylighting:delight:controls

You might find this tedious (esp. if all done manually; without scripting), but here's what I did:

1) Use the illuminance map (grid of up to 10 by 10 points). Run simulation. Use illuminance at these points to create a lighting schedule.  (e.g., if illuminance is 30% of what I want and there are dimmable lights, the the lighting schedule in that region would be for 70%).  I recommend the schedule from file option.
2) Run second simulation with that lighting schedule and ta-da...

This only works because the sensors/illuminance map do not sense electric lighting; just daylight.

Liam O'Brien

--- In EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "M.Atmaca" <designmim@...> wrote:
> Hello;
> My problem is about daylighting, delight reference points. My project has a huge floor area in the zone so that it is needed to add more than 2 reference points to determine the best lighting control strategy. For this reason I decided to use the delight control. But EnergyPlus is continous  crashed or gives error about x,y,z coordinates limits. Moreover another error is  about over maximum zone surface limit.Is there anybody who has the same problem or the solution of this?
> Regards..


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