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Old 10-17-2012, 10:45 AM
Jennifer A. Heise Jennifer A. Heise is offline
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Default Managing the motion sensor lighting

Yesterday I was in BC 101 with 2 students and an instructor. Every time I stood at the podium to demonstrate something on the computer, the lights would flick off and we all had to wave wildly to get them back on. It was like slow-moving disco!
(Don't even get me started on being trapped in a stall in the bathroom at Mead Hall in the dark...)
Has anyone had any luck figuring out how to keep the lights on when there are few people in a room but you need the light?
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Old 10-18-2012, 01:09 PM
Tina Notas Tina Notas is offline
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I'll follow up with Facilities. The timer that senses the motion may need to be increased.

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