CEU [Madison]: LED Features for Commercial Lighting Design

May 22, 2018
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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Ovation 309 - Roof Terrace @ EU:A
309 Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53704

Course Name:   LED Features for Commercial Lighting Design

Course Description

LED products offer us features that were never available in traditional light sources.  This course will introduce the concepts of warm dim and tunable color temperature as well as discuss sparkle and diffusion.  We will also touch base on physical characteristics of LED sources and their limitations.

Learning Objectives

Course participants will be able to:

  • Discuss LED light source attributes.
  • Understand the difference between dim to warm and tunable white.
  • Understand the difference between point sources and flood sources and how these change lighting effects.
  • Discuss the differences between integral LED product and retrofit (lamp-based) LED products.
  • Be aware of 2-wire LED dimming attributes.
  • Understand potential pitfalls of small illumination components.

Ingrid McMasters, LC has been working in the lighting industry for over 20 years.  She has working in commercial and residential lighting design and currently works in Specification Sales for Enterprise Lighting.  She is a past president of the Madison Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society and former Test Committee Chair for the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions.  She is especially interested in light and health and the human experience and interaction with light and materials.


Light appetizers and drinks will be provided!



$0.00 Member (includes student members)

$25.00 Non-Member

$15.00 Student: Non-Member