​LIGHTPOINT® Online Training
Standards, Energy and Environment


ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2013- Updates to 2010
This online training module focuses on the changes to the lighting section of Standard 90.1 version 2013 which include updates to the exterior lighting requirements, a complete rewrite of the mandatory lighting control provisions, revision to the lighting power densities and revision to the additional lighting power allowances.

Length: 11:00


Buildings and the Environment
What is a "green building"? How can a green building help the environment? The answers to these questions and how lighting can provide a sustainable approach to your green building are contained with this training module.

Length: 10:00


Building Energy and Green Building Codes
What the difference between ASHRAE 90.1 and the IECC?  How about ASHRAE 189.1 and the IgCC?  Attend a learn about the details of Building Energy codes such as the Energy Standard for Buildings (ASHRAE 90.1) and the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and the details of The Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings (ASHRAE 189.1) and the International Green Construction Code (IgCC).  

Length: 31:00


California Product and Buildings Standards
California has two standards which apply to lighting.  The first is Title 20 which establishes minimum performance standards for appliances of which lighting is apart.  The second is Title 24 which establishes energy requirements for residential and non-residential buildings.  Attend and learn how lighting applies to these two energy saving measures.  

Length: 31:00


California's Title 24 and LEDVANCE - Interior Lighting Control Requirements
With the recent implementation of the 2013 version of Title 24 in California, understanding the code and the product solutions which help you meet the code is critical.  Attend and learn how LEDVANCE can help you meet the residential and commercial interior lighting control requirements.  Non-residential topics include new construction, daylit spaces, lighting system alterations and luminaire modification-in-place.  Residential topics include how high efficacy luminaires, vacancy sensors and dimmers apply to various rooms within the home.  

Length: 33:00   


LEED EB:  O & M's Reduce Mecury in Lamps Credit
How do I calculate picograms per lumen hour?  This module will help you understand the intent of the MR4 credit, Reduced Mercury in Lamps, within the LEED Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance rating system and how to use LEDVANCE's online LEED EB Mercury Content Calculators.  

Length: 18:00


Lighting Products and the Environment
Learn how higher lamp efficacy, lighting controls, reduced use of hazardous materials in lighting equipment and proper lamp disposal can improve the work environment, contribute to environmental sustainability and increase a company's bottom line.  

Length: 18:00


Lighting Product Regulations
This module focuses on the DOE Rulemakings and Federal Regulations which apply to fluorescent ballasts general service fluorescent lamps (GSFL), incandescent reflector lamps (IRL), gerneral service incandescent lamps (GSIL), metal halide fixtures and solid state lighting (SSL) products.  

Length: 48:00


NEMA SSL 7A- 2013:  LED Lamp and Dimmer Compatibility Standard
The lighting industry has developed a standard which defines a series of tests which can be performed on LED lamps and LED leading-edge phase-cut dimmers to ensure their compatibility.  Attend and learn more about this standard and how it will affect the marketplace in the future.  

Length: 8:00


Overview of the LEED® Building Rating System
LEED® or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a green building rating system focusing on a sustainable built environment. Attend and learn about the different LEED rating systems, LEED categories and how lighting can earn points on your next green building.  

Length: 12:00