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Content From The IET Built Environment Sector Summit: Lighting Now Available!

On 9th April 2014 the IET launched it's new 'Code of Practice for the Application of LED Lighting Systems' at the IET Built Environment Sector Summit: Lighting.

Speakers traversed the common myths of LEDs, revealing that technology developments mean certain LED bulbs can be dimmed. They spoke of the development of new colour metrics and of the important role of lighting controls in ‘adding real value to buildings in terms of function and enjoyment’  - Kevin Grant, Director, Light Alliance.

If you couldn't attend  the summit, you can now watch the presentations on IET.tv below and add your thoughts to the event review or discuss the topics with fellow engineers in the discussion forum.

You can also purchase your copy of the Code of Practice for the Application of LED Lighting Systems online from the IET's Bookshop.
 

Introduction and launch of the LED Code of Practice

Ben Pape

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London


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Standards, regulation and compliance updates

Paul Ruffles

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London

 
 

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Advances in how buildings / environments can be lit

Kevin Grant

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London
 


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How advanced lighting can be technically achieved and controlled

Sam Woodward

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London


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Delivering energy efficient lighting schemes

Bill Wright

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London

 

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Panel session with Q and A on new and retrofit lighting applications

Panel Discussion

From: IET Built Environment Summit: Lighting, 09 April 2014, London

 

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Posted by Lisa Miles on Apr 30, 2014 10:43 AM GMT

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