Industrial lighting technologies and applications
- COURSE OUTLINE
As a result of this course you will be able to:
- Analyze the pros and cons of various lighting technologies in order to decide what is best in specific applications.
- Determine which LED high bays to select when it is decided they are the best fit for a particular situation.
- Explain how to use task ambient lighting for improved productivity and energy savings.
- Describe how to reduce maintenance with long-life light sources and a reduction in the number of lamps and lamp types.
Who should attend?
Building owners, lighting retrofit and electrical contractors, energy program design and implementation professionals, lighting designers and consultants, commercial building energy advocates, interior designers, property managers, facility managers, manufacturers, dealers and distributors, utility representatives, architects, engineers and anyone with basic knowledge and interest in industrial lighting.
High bays are the focus of this course, however hooded industrials, strips, troffers and even some specialized exterior lights commonly used in industrial and warehouse applications will be explored. We’ll weigh the pros and cons of high lumen full and reduced wattage T8s, full and reduced wattage T8s, T5HOs, T8VHOs, electronically ballasted ceramic metal halide, induction, plasma and LEDs. Solutions that address concerns such as wet location and explosion proof lighting will be discussed, as well as wired and wireless controls. Participants will also learn the benefits of spectrally enhanced lighting.
During a classroom activity, we’ll analyze various lighting solutions to determine the best fit for specific industrial and warehouse settings. This activity will cover color rendering index and kelvin, system efficacy at optimal temperatures, lamp temperature and light output, ballast issues, visual impacts, special concerns, control flexibility, initial parts and labor costs, lamp life and maintenance and mercury and lead.
8 am: Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 am–4 pm: Program (lunch and breaks provided)
The registration fee for attending this full-day course is $199, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. There is limited availability, so you are encouraged to register early.
Site information will be sent with your enrollment confirmation. If you have any special needs (e.g. dietary, physical), please let us know at the time of registration. All requests will be kept confidential.
Photo and video rights
We reserve the right to use photographs taken during the event for promotional purposes. Also, this program may be video taped for future publication.
AFE This program supports a topic within the body of knowledge outlined by the Association for Facilities Engineering CPE/CPMM/CPS Certification Programs, and should count as 0.6 CEUs (6 hours) toward re-certification.
AIA Members of the American Institute of Architects will receive 6 LU.
BOC This course offers up to 6 points for BOC certified operators.
BOMI This course is approved for 6 continuing professional development points toward renewal of the professional designations offered by BOMI International.
GBCI We are a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 6 CE hours. We are also a USGBC Education Partner.
IACET We have been accredited as an authorized provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. As an IACET Authorized Provider, we offer CEUs for our programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET standard. We are authorized by IACET to offer 0.6 CEUs for this program.
IES The Illuminating Engineering Society has approved this course for 6 CEUs.
NCQLP This course has been registered with the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions for 6 LEU credits for lighting certified professionals.
WI PE This course qualifies for up to 6 PDHs for professional engineers in the state of Wisconsin. The registrant must verify that the course content is related to their area of professional practice (more information).
Please note that in order to receive continuing education credits, you must be present for the entire training; partial credit cannot be given.
Spectrally enhanced lighting
Help eliminate existing HPS, standard MH and mercury vapor products
- Fluorescent, including CFL, T8, T5HO and T8VHO
- CMH with electronic ballast
- CRI, R9 and Kelvin
- System efficacy at optimal temperatures
- Lamp temperature and light output
- Ballast and driver issues
- Visual impacts
- Special concerns (wet location, explosion proof, etc.)
- Control flexibility
- Initial parts and labor costs
- Lamp life and maintenance
- Mercury and lead
Industrial task ambient lighting in general
Specialized exterior lighting
Final question and answer, projects, comments, etc.
Thank you to our classroom course sponsors.
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