Emergency lighting issues are unlike any other issues that we deal with in lighting because they involve life safety. All commercial considerations for manufacturers comes second to that. This presentation about how to knowledgeably design a practical and efficient emergency lighting system. Changes are coming to the NEC and UL standards for Emergency lighting, and will be discussed during this presentation.
- Description of some of the latest changes to the NEC and UL standards with respect to Emergency as well as advances in equipment.
- Comparison of bypass versus transfer methods of providing emergency power to select lighting circuits.
- Analysis of misapplications.
- Identification of new rules regarding Emergency Lighting Control in the NEC® and UL Standards.
IES members receive 1 CEU credit.
AIA members receive 1 LU hour.
Steve Terry – Director of Standards and Industry Relations – ETC Member UL Standards Technical Panels; UL924, UL8759, UL1008
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
This is an online event.
This free event is generously sponsored by CREE Lighting.