LED lighting technologies: evaluating performance and financial considerations

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 · 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Central
Hamburger University, Oak Brook, IL
Cost: $39

make the best lighting decisions

As a result of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe lighting solutions available today.
  • Discuss the differences between light sources.
  • Explain the relationship between energy use, first cost, and total ownership cost.
  • Identify which LED products are suitable for a given application.

Basic understanding of current commercial and industrial lighting solutions.

Who should attend?
Architects, engineers, building owners, lighting and electrical contractors, lighting trade allies, facility managers, school facilities officials, healthcare facilities officials, manufacturers, dealers and distributors, lighting designers, interior designers and anyone interested in commercial building design.

LEDs are rapidly changing the landscape for commercial and industrial lighting systems. Learn how to compare LED lighting solutions to existing systems using metrics such as product life, lumen output, productivity, human centric lighting, color rendition, ambiance, dimmability, energy consumption, recycling issues and cost. We’ll evaluate several lighting systems and calculate the benefits of upgrading to LEDs. We’ll also discuss lighting trends, federal legislation, ENERGY STAR® compliant products and DesignLights™ Consortium Qualified Products, rebates, and new code changes that will affect future lighting solutions and controls.

8 a.m.: Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Program (lunch and breaks provided)

The registration fee for attending this full-day course is $39, which includes lunch and a continental breakfast. There is limited availability, so you are encouraged to register early.

General information
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.

Please note that in order to receive continuing education credits, you must be present for the entire training; partial credit cannot be given. In order to receive IACET credits, you will also need to participate in the assessment that takes place at the training. You must receive a 70% or higher in order to receive a course completion certificate with IACET listed.

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 0.625 CEUs (6.25 hours) toward re-certification.

AIA Members of the American Institute of Architects will receive 6.25 LU.

BOC This course offers up to 6.25 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 Seventhwave is a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 6 CE hours. Seventhwave is also a USGBC Education Partner.

IACET As an IACET Accredited Provider, Seventhwave offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. Seventhwave is 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-DSPS Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services has approved this course for 6 CEUs for the following credentials: Commercial Electrical Inspector Certification, Journeyman Electrician License, Master Electrician License.

Lighting trends, incumbent lighting technologies, upcoming codes

  • Industry trends for LED
  • Incandescent/Quartz halogen
  • HID (Mercury, Metal halide, HPS, LPS)
  • Induction
  • Fluorescent
  • 2015 IECC code—Future lighting and controls implications

LED technology

  • LED theory
  • LED bulb retrofits
  • LED kit retrofits
  • LED dedicated fixtures and benefits (human centric lighting)

LED fixture applications

  • LED downlights, troffers, decorative, track
  • LED high bays, pools, industrial, warehouse
  • LED exterior wall packs, site lighting

Controls: wired and wireless

  • Sensor and daylighting controls
  • Wireless controls
  • Controls and dimming/daylight harvesting
  • Exterior wireless controls

Product demonstration

  • LED bulbs, retrofit kits
  • LED fixtures interior, exterior

Discussion of applications and financial analysis

  • TLEDs vs. T8 fluorescent
  • Fluorescent troffer vs. LED troffer
  • Incandescent downlight vs. LED retrofit
  • Metal halide vs. high bay fluorescent vs. LED high bay
  • Exterior HID vs. exterior LED and final questions
Hamburger University
2715 Jorie Blvd.
Oak Brook , IL

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