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IES 10th Edition Handbook

Lead author David DiLaura reviews the IES Lighting Handbook, 10th Edition.

IES BIM 1 Recording

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will identify an overview of BIm applictation for lighting.
2. Attendees will identify an overview of lighting tags
3. Attendees will describe how to initially set up BIM files for lighting
4. Attendees will analyze how to place and identify lighting fixtures

IES BIM 2 Recording – Schedules & Fixture Families

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will be able to identify lighting fixture schedules for BIM
2. Attendees will be able to describe how lighting schedules interface in BIM
3. Attendees will be able to analyze how to create a space schedule
4. Attendees will be able to identify lighting calculation schedules in BIM

IES BIM 3 Recording – Advanced Fixture Families

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will be able to identify how to find lighting fixture familes from manufacturers
2. Attendees will be able to describe when it is acceptable to modify fixture families
3. Attendees will be able to identify hosted vs. Face-based families
4. Attendees will be able to describe reference planes

IES Color 1 Recording – Intro and Overview

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will describe the nature of light with respect to the color spectrum
2. Attendees will identify color perception concepts
3. Attendees will describe light source color properties
4. Attendees will analyze color properties including chromaticity, color temperature, and color rendering

IES Color 2 Recording – Color and Appearance

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will describe the basics of color perception
2. Attendees will identify spectral reflectance curves
3. Attendees will describe object color attributes
4. Attendees will analyze basic vision color perception and limitations

IES Color 3 Recording – Measurement

Learning Objectives (1) IES CEU + (1) AIA LU

1. Attendees will describe the basics of color photometry
2. Attendees will identify color measurement instruments
3. Attendees will describe color spectral radiance
4. Attendees will compare photometry vs radiometry

IES Daylighting Recording 1

Audio + computer recording

IES Daylighting Recording 2

Audio + computer recording

IES Daylighting Recording 3

Audio + computer recording

IES Daylighting Recording 4

Audio + computer recording

IES Daylighting Recording 5

Audio + computer recording

IES DiLaura Recoding – Disruptive Tech-June 2013

Lecture given to the Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy in June 2013 on “Disruptive Technology”.

IES DiLaura-Vision Recording 1

Lecture given to the Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy in June 2013 on “Disruptive Technology”.

IES DiLaura-Vision Recording 2

Lecture given to the Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy in June 2013 on “Disruptive Technology”.

IES DiLaura-Vision Recording 3

Lecture given to the Rocky Mountain Lighting Academy in June 2013 on “Disruptive Technology”.

IES Fundamentals of Lighting 2015 – Course overview

Course Overview Webinar 8/25/15

IES LED 1 Recording

Learning Objectives – (.5) IES CEU

1. Attendees will be able to compare LED lighting sources with regard to color consistency and efficacy.
2. Attendees will be able to specify LED lighting fixtures related to relevant IES standards
3. Attendees will be able to analyze the suitability and economic feasibility of LED lighting fixtures and lamps.
4. Attendees will be able to identify existing environmental conditions with an eye toward determining how they will affect the performance of LED lighting.

IES LED 2 Recording

Learning Objectives – (.5) IES CEU

1. Attendees will be able to identify thermal management, drive current, environmental factors related to LED Luminaires.
2. Attendees will be able to identify efficacy related to LED luminaires.
3. Attendees will be able to analyze lumen outrput vs. efficacy for LED luminaires.
4. Attendees will be able to analyse the DOE CALiPER Testing.

IES Recording – How to use a Light Meter

Learning Objectives – (.5) IES CEU

1. Attendees will identify basic tips for using a standard illuminance meter for measuring lighting.
2. Attendees will identify rules of thumb for locating the meter within some typical applications.
3. Attendees will describe where the meter location should be located for optimum illumination readings.
4. Attendees will describe basic interior and exterior placement of a standard illumination meter.

IES/NYSID Video Healthcare Lighting

Videotape of IES/NYSID presentation featureing John D’Angelo, on Healthcare Lighting.
Learning Objectives- (1) IES-CEU or (1) AIA-LU

1. Attendees will be able to identify Patient Outcomes, Patient Safety and Patient Experience as the dominant buying motive for healthcare executives.
2. Attendees will be able to compare current codes and best practices.
3. Attendees will be able to describe the opportunities for higher efficiency lighting in the healthcare setting.
4. Attendees will be able to analyze secondary lighting impacts in the healthcare environment.

User Needs Recording – Electrical and Lighting Management Systems Systems – NTCIP 1213 Std

Recording of US/DOT presentation.
Learning Objectives- (1) IES-CEU

1. Review the structure of the NTCIP 1213 v02 Standard for Electrical and Lighting Management Systems (ELMS)
2. Identify specific Electrical and Lighting Management Systems user needs
3. Use the Protocol Requirements List (PRL) to select the user needs and link them to requirements
4. Explain how the ELMS PRL table of the NTCIP 1213 Standard fits into the development of ELMS project specifications and contract documents