Solid-State Lighting: Highlighting Indoor Applications
On Demand Training
FEMP First Thursday Seminars provide training for Federal energy and environmental professionals. Leading experts address timely topics in 90-minute sessions, offered live via satellite or through streaming video at your desktop.
Register now to learn about new solid-state and LED lighting developments, with an emphasis on indoor and troffer applications. Participants will learn about best practices to upgrade existing lighting and install new lighting, as well as Federal priorities and tools and resources for success.
This seminar will teach:
- new design considerations and protocols when installing indoor and troffer lighting,
- current standards, specifications, and testing (CALiPER) for LED products,
- LED life span and maintenance, including life cycle costs and payback periods,
- techniques to measure best performance in quality and efficiency, and
- Federal and industry resources to help select technologies and speed their installation.
FEMP CEUs awarded upon successful completion of a multiple choice assessment.
This First Thursday Seminar is hosted on the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) learning management system. To take the course, click the Start button below. Then log into the WBDG system to launch the course and take the multiple choice assessment. Students will earn .20 IACET CEUs upon successful completion of the course and assessment.
Date recorded: April 4, 2013
- Jeff McCullough, Senior Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Read bio.
- Naomi Johnson Miller, Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Read bio.
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