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Lighting Controls & the Evolution of Smart Lighting

About this Online Webinar

In this webinar, you will gain a clear understanding of the reasons why both basic and advanced controls have sometimes not succeeded in cost-effectively achieving energy savings with today’s LED and high-performance incumbent lighting technologies. Although some energy codes do still mandate automatic controls, it has been shown that energy usage can, under some circumstances, actually increase with their use.

However, certain other capabilities of advanced lighting controls can indeed make them cost-effective and beneficial for many end-users in various applications. These capabilities include the tracking of energy use, notification of lighting fixtures which are not working properly, improved security, accurate electric billing of tenants in master-metered buildings, optimal dosing for human-centric lighting, etc.

The hi-tech digital or “smart” functions of today’s lighting technologies will become an integral part of the efficient lighting and lighting control sooner than most people may expect. There are already advanced control systems with interior GPS. Contact lenses with sensors are being developed. This course goes beyond the previous lighting controls programs presented by this instructor, examining both the present and the future of smart lighting control, while still providing an overview of various types of basic controls, including occupancy sensors, photo-controls and time- based systems.

Course Overview (pdf)

This course earns 0.4 CEUs, 4 PDHs and 0.8 AEE Credits toward Re-certification. Further information on course accreditation and recognition.

Standard Course Duration:

2-Days | 2 Hours per Day |  2 - 4 pm

Eastern Daylight Time.

Topics covered

  • Introduction
  • Overview of basic controls
  • Occupancy sensors can also reduce HVAC load
  • Why LED is so much better than fluorescent for dimming
  • What are advanced controls and smart lighting?
  • Why energy consumption can actually increase with automatic controls
  • Why basic and advanced controls are often not cost-effective saving energy with LED and high performance incumbents
  • Why daylight harvesting with windows often does not work well
  • Examples of energy consumption increasing with automatic controls
  • What is better than lighting for demand response?
  • Why do energy codes mandate controls for retrofits?
  • If they were cost effective people would use them
  • When can X amount of money do just more lighting and less lighting with controls?
  • Various capabilities of advanced controls which may make them cost effective
  • Which customers may be interested in smart lighting
  • How to evaluate if smart lighting is cost effective
  • The internet of everything
  • Within 3 to 5 years, people will probably look back and wonder how they survived with today’s lighting and controls (... remember before your first smart phone!)
  • Lighting industry may mimic the cell phone industry
  • Which are likely to be the main companies involved?
  • Q&A

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