Cooper Lighting Solutions

Cooper Lighting Solutions

Address:
1121 Highway 74 South
Peachtree City, GA 30269
USA
Phone: 770-486-4800
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  • In creating the recommended practice ANSI/IES RP8-21, Recommended Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting, the Illuminating Engineering Society, in chapter 17, changed the way we look at lighting in parking lots and parking garages. We are now able to conform with lower light levels if we have a better uniformity ratio. In this presentation we explore this and some of the underlying studies that brought us to this point.


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  • As LED technology continues to advance, the possibility to provide improved color quality performance and value to the application space has never been greater. This presentation will address aspects of color science and the basics of the human visual system. Included will be a review of the most widely adopted methods and metrics for describing all aspects of color quality and performance. Examples illustrating the current and future possibilities for accurately predicting color quality performance and value in the general illumination space will also be discussed, including the metrics incorporated in IESNA TM-30.


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  • Today’s lighting world is full of abbreviations and “TLAs” (Three Letter Acronyms) ... heck, even LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a TLA! This presentation will help you sort out that Alphabet Soup and determine which of these are relevant for your particular projects. We will discuss the most common LED product listing bodies, DLC (Design Lights Consortium) and Energy Star, and clarify how these may impact your specifications. We’ll also go through the basics of today’s IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) TM (Technical Memoranda) and LM (Lighting Measurement) publications for LEDs. And finally, we will touch on TM-30, the new publication for Evaluating Light Source Color Rendition, and how that compares to traditional CRI (Color Rendering Index). By the end of it all, you will have learned the ABCs of today’s LED world.


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  • This lighting fundamentals course includes a light, sight, and color overview. It also describes lighting terminology, LED fundamentals, color rendition basics, and TM30. This course is intended for those that are new to lighting or someone who desires a refresher.


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  • This course will explore how we use wireless controls to meet controls strategies and how wireless controls can provide a stepping stone into the connected world of the Internet of Things. We will look at the history that has brought lighting and controls to the point they are at today and discuss why wireless is now being seen as a leading solution for connected lighting applications. We will cover the most commonly used wireless control technologies and the basics of how they work in order to understand proper application and design. We will look at triggers in our controls application that may require Information Technology (I.T.) personnel involvement as well as what information I.T. may need to assist with addressing access and security concerns. Finally we will discuss the role that wireless connected lighting is playing in the Internet of Things with real world examples of how it is being used today.


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  • In 2016 the American Medical Association reported on LED lighting. Some of the claims were false and misleading to the design community and the public. This course will explore the AMA report and provide counterpoint from the IES, RPI, DOE and like. Claims will be examined and addressed while providing scientific evidence in support of each.


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  • This course will discuss lamp / LED array and ballast / driver systems, light and color and how to apply to different architectural spaces with in the commercial office environment, as well as evaluate and select fixtures that are best suited for a particular application. We will also discuss fixture controls and how to best utilize them to meet today's energy codes pertaining to lighting, the safety of required illumination levels and how the welfare and safety of those in the space can be affected.


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  • This AIA certified course explores the ways in which an addressable lighting control system and a digital addressable lighting interface (DALI) system can improve the overall energy efficiency of a lighting system. People living and working in building environments report higher ratings of lighting quality, overall environmental satisfaction, and self-rated productivity. People with dimming control showed more sustained motivation, and improved performance on a measure of attention The differences between designing and wiring traditional relay or 0-10V lighting control systems and addressable lighting control systems will be reviewed.


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  • As we become more aware of the consequences of excessive and misapplied outdoor lighting, it is more important than ever to properly design outdoor lighting to minimize the impacts on humans, flora, and fauna.


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  • A lighting professionals everyday work involves an invisible rainbow, revealing colors with every design. Some designers apply the rainbow with great deliberation and intention, while others get their results by accident. There are tools at our disposal which allow us to articulate specific colors and hues. Beginning with a science refresher about reflected vs. absorbed colors, we will move quickly into CIE Chromaticity charts and Spectral Power Distribution curves. The shape of your rainbow creates the color of your world. Understanding spectral power distribution is the foundation for a better grasp of CCT, CRI, TM-30 and all things light and color.


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  • The COVID-19 global pandemic is having an enormous impact on almost every aspect of our lives. The rapid and easy spread of this virus has created a substantial amount of interest in the germicidal properties of ultra violet radiation and the possibility of using this spectrum to disinfect various applications. ​This presentation will cover the three types of ultra violet radiation and levels of germicidal properties and capabilities. The history of the use of various lamp sources which can deliver UV will be explored as well as the risks associated with the various types ​UVC will be specifically discussed as a germicidal, how it can be used in various applications such as water and air cleaning as well as delivering a killing blow to COVID –19 (SARS-CoV-2).


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  • A lighting professional's everyday work involves an invisible rainbow, reading colors with every design. Some designers apply the rainbow with great deliberation and intention, while others get their results by accident. There are tools at our disposal which allow us to articulate specific color and hues.


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  • One of the most important and least explored phases of lighting design is that complex and indefinite one which is known as glare. (M. Luckiesh and L.L Holiday; 1925). Proper lighting design, architectural lighting and glare mitigation are often hard to combine. Whether it is a certain appearance desired, but the fixture selected is not conducive to the space because of glare. VCP, UGR, Intensity or Luminance values on their specification sheet? How do we balance glare mitigation or create a healthy space while meeting the architectural design intent? This presentation will teach the designer how to read and understand these values and terms all while creating a healthy space.


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  • Behavioral Health facilities present a wide spectrum of unique design requirements to support patient care. Inpatient and outpatient applications must provide not only task specific light levels and security, but also insure that patients and staff are kept safe from harm. Classifying the type of care and level of supervision a patient needs is not only crucial to determining the overall construction of the facility, but also the construction and features required of lighting in those spaces. Learning to use current reference materials and apply industry guidelines to the design of behavioral spaces is key. We will discuss the resources currently available and how to apply these to behavioral design.


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  • This course attempts to put in perspective how little time humans and other life forms have been exposed to any other light source other than daylight, and the tremendous knowledge that is being gathered daily on how electric can not only affect our visual system and our perception of the built environment, but may also affect many other human systems.


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  • This course will review how light and vision work together to allow one to see color and experience various types of vision. Discussion of the aging eye, health factors related to lighting, and what light sources can assist in our visual state. There will also be information provided on Melanopic Lux and and blue light which relates to health and is a part of WELL and LEED.


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  • This course will explore how we use wireless controls to reduce energy waste and how wireless controls can provide a stepping stone into the connected world of the Internet of Things and additional control of building systems. We will look at the history that has brought lighting and controls to the point that they are at today and discuss why wireless control is now being seen as a leading solution for the design of connected lighting applications and the ease of energy savings. We will cover the most commonly used wireless control technologies and the basics of how they work in order to understand proper application of cyber security and design. We will look at triggers in our controls application that may require Information Technology (I.T.) personnel involvement as well as what information I.T. may need to assist with addressing access and security concerns. Finally we will discuss the role that wireless connected lighting is playing in the Internet of Things with real world examples of how it is being used today to improve occupant comfort, egress, safety and welfare.


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  • "Sound is a huge influence on people’s attention," says Academy Award-winning sound designer Walter Murch. Workspace office design has gone through a revolution with the advent of flexible-modular open office plans that promote collaboration and communication. This trend towards “office-hoteling” often includes open ceilings and hard surfaces as the new norm. An unintended byproduct of these spaces is sound reverberation and unwanted noise causing disruption & distractions which may lead to lower productivity and dissatisfaction in the workspace environment. This presentation will teach the designer fundamental vocabulary and available solutions to address such concerns in the modern workspace.


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  • Light creates ambience and feel of place, as well as the expression of a structure (Le Corbusier) Offices are designed to house working people engaged in thought and communication. Since feelings of well-being, interest and enthusiasm are affected by the environment, consideration should be given to the design of office interiors in an effort to achieve a stimulating workplace. Office lighting affects the appearance of the space and its occupants, and therefore their mood & productivity. Although it is important to consider the luminous environment and the lighting of visual tasks separately, these aspects must work together. This presentation will review how to use lighting in the office environment to achieve these goals.


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  • This course takes a closer look at the current LED megatrend and explores the opportunities that new integrated LED luminaires are creating in terms of the energy savings, code compliance, and asset management that are possible with a lighting system.


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  • As LED technology continues to advance, the possibility to provide improved color quality performance and value to the application space has never been greater. This presentation will review the most popular color quality and performance quantification method (CRI) along with and in-depth review of the current metrics incorporated in the latest version of IES TM-30 (IES TM-30-20). Examples illustrating the numeric and graphical methods for describing color quality performance will be reviewed, along with examples of how the resulting data could be incorporated in the lighting design and application space.


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  • Today's lighting sources are very different than they were just a few years ago; today's LEDs can do everything conventional light sources did in the past and even more.


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  • How do we use LED lighting to safely, effectively and efficiently illuminate Manufacturing and Warehousing environments? We'll explore the safety and operational efficiency of Solid State solutions for lighting design to include discussions on protection of the fixture, environment, and personnel working within these spaces. We will also cover the financial benefit to these systems from decreased load on electrical meters, current funding overview from Utility Incentive offerings and Federal/State benefits from EPAct legislation


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  • An examination of the similarities and differences between ASHRAE/IES 90.1 and IECC 2018. Specifically, as it relates to Section C405 and electric lighting systems. We will address exterior and interior lighting, interior lighting power, dwelling units, multiple-building facilities or campuses, lighting in speculative and shell buildings, garages and parking areas. From IECC 2018, Section C405.2 – we will address Mandatory Lighting Controls and the two methods that comply with this section. This section will also address time-switch controls, light-reduction controls, daylight-responsive controls, and manual controls.


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  • This two-day, advanced seminar provides a unique opportunity to meet and learn from nationally known experts in the fields of design and lighting of healthcare facilities. We are taking evidenced-based design a step further and discussing current trends in lighting and design for the various patient types within the healthcare environment.


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  • This AIA certified course describes an introduction to energy code legislation, controls terminology and methodologies. This course also offers a brief look at how controls systems work and the various technologies being offered. Controls systems are used for not only controlling lighting but also building systems, shade control, occupancy and asset tracking and security. User satisfaction of buildings is higher in applications with controls versus uncontrolled.


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  • Effective lighting in healthcare environments can, and does, contribute to improved patient outcomes, as well as improved facility safety. Lighting solutions for healthcare facilities must maximize energy efficiency, occupy less space, be flexible and adaptable to different environments, meet life safety requirements, and meet the needs of medical staff, patients, and visitors. This course discusses current lighting and controls trends, energy management and smart hospital requirements, and current legislation affecting lighting design considerations for healthcare facilities.


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  • Effective lighting in education environments can, and does, contribute to improved student performance, as well as improved safety. Lighting solutions for education facilities must maximize energy efficiency, occupy less space, be flexible and adaptable to different environments, meet life safety requirements, and meet the needs of teaching staff, and students. This course discusses current lighting trends, energy management and education requirements, human centric lighting needs and current legislation affecting lighting design considerations for education facilities. This course will also discuss how the latest IoT trends can be an asset to lighting design in the education space by including Asset tracking and other RTLS technologies. As well as how GUV solutions can help disinfect education spaces and as part of the lighting system be used as a tool to audit disinfection times and contact tracing between disinfection cleanings.


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  • IoT, Connected Lighting, Smart Lighting, Smart Buildings are all terms that could be used to describe this topic and it certainly can it be confusing. This presentation will delve into and summarize the recent IES Lighting Practice LP-12-21 to make sure that it is easy to understand. During our journey we will clarify the necessary terms around IoT, understand the value of the problems that connected lighting can solve, discover different use cases and their benefits. This presentation will also explain the technologies used in connected lighting and the applications they are used in. We will outline how to specify connected lighting throughout the project life cycle. The course will explain cybersecurity requirements as well as integration and customer acceptance. Finally, the course will highlight the future state of connected lighting.


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  • Behavioral Health facilities present a wide spectrum of unique design requirements to support patient care. Inpatient and outpatient applications must provide not only task specific light levels and security, but also insure that patients and staff are kept safe from harm. Classifying the type of care and level of supervision a patient needs is not only crucial to determining the overall construction of the facility, but also the construction and features required of lighting in those spaces. Learning to use current reference materials and apply industry guidelines to the design of behavioral spaces is key. We will discuss the resources currently available and how to apply these to behavioral design. Differences between supervised / lower security and unsupervised / high security areas can be accommodated to provide protection and take into consideration aesthetics. Trends in fixture and lighting design are progressing quickly to offer designers more options while feeling secure in their choices. We will explore lighting and controls products that can make patients feel less segregated from the general population and help to avoid the look and feel of the institution of the past. Support of wellness for patients and staff can also be accomplished with new technologies such as tunable and selectable white for Circadian Support and Human Centric lighting. Integrated lighting controls can now function as asset tracking, provide security and "geo-fencing" among other options. A basic overview of some of those options will be provided.


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  • With day-to-day problems and challenges in healthcare facilities, such as fast spreading infections, loss of inventory, the need for contact tracing etc. location data is the key to improving operational efficiency and processes.​​ RTLS, Real-Time Location System is a system which provides for real time location, visibility and telemetry data for equipment and personnel throughout a facility. It can be provided by leveraging the lighting infrastructure. ​​A real time location system is comprised of badges/tags, a network of readers/sensors/transmitters, and a location engine. The data is sent to a server which provides the end-user real time location information on patients, caregivers, and assets.


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