Describe LED screw in, TLED, retrofit kit and new fixture solutions.
Explain potential pitfalls that may exist when using LED as a specific lighting solution.
Pursue LED opportunities at your facility.
Who should attend?
Architects, engineers, building owners, lighting and electrical contractors, facility managers, school facilities officials, healthcare facilities officials, manufacturers, dealers and distributors, lighting designers, interior designers and anyone interested in commercial building design.
There is an LED solution for virtually every lighting application today. The critical questions are: Can I afford it? Does it deliver light where I need it? Does it deliver correct light levels? Does it provide the proper quality of light? We’ll review interior LED lighting applications and discuss whether they are the best solution or not.
New fixtures (high and low bay)
Foundries and pools—high heat
Manufacturing facilities, warehouses and cold storage
Replace 6LT8 with LED platform
Back room lighting and controls
Schools, offices, hospitality, healthcare and worship
Track (MR-16 and Par 30 and 38)
Downlighting (BR30, par, trim kits and plug in LED)
Chandeliers (decorative LED)
Troffers (TLED direct wire, ballast driven and driver driven)
Controls (wireless, dimming and daylight harvesting)
Randall S. Johnson LC
US Lamp, Inc.
As president of US Lamp, Inc., Randy has been involved extensively in the lighting retrofit market and sale of energy saving products. He is a state of Wisconsin licensed designer of engineering systems and holds a lighting certified designation from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions. Randy is a former EPA Green Lights Surveyor Ally and a former State of Wisconsin WEI-2 Program Consultant and currently teaches lighting technology and business development classes for Wisconsin's Focus on Energy program, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and various school and business organizations. He has 32 years of experience in the lighting industry.
“The lighting industry is evolving at the fastest pace since Edison’s invention of the incandescent bulb. LED lighting is driving this evolution. Manufacturers worldwide are entering the marketplace, providing lighting products with a wide variety of quality and performance. It is critical for architects, lighting designers, installing contractors, and facility managers to understand the technical aspect of LED lighting and how to compare various lighting solutions.”