LEDs are dramatically changing the landscape of lighting, but keeping up with constantly developing technology can be a minefield for electrical engineers, specifiers and users alike. How do you work out what the real facts are from the myriad of claims that light source and luminaire manufacturers are making about this revolution in lighting?
Whitecroft Lighting has created a ‘back-to-basics’ training seminar, to help all users of this new technology. Designed to take the mystery out of LEDs, the seminar adopts a non-commercial approach to dispel the myths, whilst conveying practical knowledge to help installers, specifiers and users to make an informed choice.
The LEDs Uncovered has been postponed until further notice, please register your interest and we will be in touch once we have any update on any revised dates.
The seminar covers a wide spectrum of topics to deliver a thorough understanding of the technology, performance characteristics and limitations of LED lighting.
• How LEDs work
• Types of LED and where they can be used
• Understanding colour consistency and binning
• Understanding LED lifetime metrics
• Manufacturing and testing standards
• Light engine design and thermal performance
• How LED modules are manufactured
• LED light source development roadmap
Designed for anybody who wants to understand more about LED lighting and how it compares to conventional light sources, the seminars are suitable for:
• Estate and Facility Managers
• Electrical Consulting Engineers
• Local Authority Design Engineers
• Electrical Engineers
• Installing Contractors
Tim Bowes, Lighting Technology Development Manager at Whitecroft Lighting, has been involved in the lighting industry for over 18 years, with experience in lighting design, product development and training. Amongst his many roles, he is responsible for the technical compliance within the business and the Whitecroft technical training programme. Tim is a former runner-up of the prestigious David Currie Award (for LIA Advanced Certificate Holders). Through active involvement within the lighting industry, Tim was a member of the task group who wrote the recently published SLL Lighting Guide 2: Hospitals and Healthcare buildings.