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CSI Charleston Meeting

  • Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston 701 East Bay Street suite 202 Charleston, SC, 29403 United States (map)

You’re are probably familiar with color rendering, but what about TM-30, the new method for evaluating color rendition? And what’s the difference between tunable white, spectral tuning and warm dimming? In this course, we’ll break this down and give you simple tips on how to effectively evaluate different LED light sources to offer your clients an enhanced lighting experience.

Light affects the look and feel of every space, and by using flexible, energy-efficient LED light sources, a  comfortable, beautiful, and dynamic lighting environment can be created. But as LED technology continually adapts and improves, it can be difficult to stay on top of the latest innovations, and to make sure you’re getting the best performance.

A representative from Lutron’s Lighting Control Institute will be here to explain it all, and to answer any questions.  

This course provides 1.0 AIA Learning Unit,
and 0.1 IDCEC Continuing Education Unit.

The learning objectives for this course are:
Understanding Light Quality Metrics
Understanding LED Quality Metrics
Understanding how to compare LED light sources
Understanding different approaches to light mixing.

When: Wednesday, September 19
    5:30 pm: Networking + Nosh; 
6:00 pm: Program starts
Where: Clemson Architecture Center
    701 East Bay Street, Suite 202
Cost: Free for Charleston CSI Chapter members;
$20 for nonmembers