How to Select the Right LED Products for Your Facility

A SPECIAL REBROADCAST

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • The key questions to ask when considering LED lighting for their facility, and come away with a deeper understanding of the primary benefits over standard lighting technologies.
Webinar Details

February

24

Tuesday

February 24, 2015

1pm Eastern

There are many benefits to using LED lighting in a variety of applications, including energy savings, reduced maintenance costs, longer life and ability to work in colder temperatures. However, as with any lighting technology, consideration must be given as to how and where the LED will be used.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand LED technology and how performance is evaluated
  2. Identify potential applications for LED use in facilities
  3. Review key factors to be considered when selecting LED products
  4. Evaluating the full impact of LED product selection when calculating overall project savings, including effect on building occupants
iacet logo *For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program. Please review the requirements to earn CEUs.

PRESENTED BY
Jack Curran Jack Curran
President
LED Transformations, LLC

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    • Dr. Curran has spent over 25 years in the area of product development. With 32 patents issued, Dr. Curran has been responsible for a wide range of products. Currently he is President of LED Transformations, LLC, a New Jersey based technology consulting company specializing in providing guidance to companies entering the solid-state lighting field. He is a member of the SPIE; IESNA; OSA and the ASA. He has given numerous talks to the lighting industry on the correct use of LED technology for general illumination applications both for his own company and on behalf of the US Department of Energy.

MODERATED BY
Wendy Dietzler Wendy Dietzler
Vice President of Education and Conferencing
Trade Press Media Group, Inc.