ROSSLYN, VA – The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) now offers EE301: Wireless Lighting Controls, as a new course in its popular Education Express program.
Lighting control systems provide significant benefits such as energy savings, flexibility, and analytics, but installing controls in existing buildings has traditionally been inhibited by constraints on installing control wiring. Wireless lighting controls send and receive signals through the air, eliminating the need for dedicated wiring. The result is the potential to install lighting controls, even highly sophisticated systems, more cost-effectively in both new and existing construction. EE301: Wireless Lighting Controls, authored by Steve Mesh, LC, provides a detailed view of this technology, including benefits, equipment, protocols, and application information.
This course is registered with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES) for Learning Units (LU)/Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) credits, and the National Council on Quality in the Lighting Professions (NCQLP) for Lighting Education Units (LEUs). It is also required reading to prepare for NALMCO’s Certified Lighting Controls Professional (CLCP) certification exam.
Residing at the Association’s website, Education Express provides in-depth education about lighting controls and controllable ballast technology, application, system design and commissioning.
Founded in 2006, Education Express serves more than 32,000 students, who have benefited from more than 270,000 completions of learning modules and 190,000 comprehension tests taken online, enabling them to earn education credit.
For more information about Lighting Controls Association’s Education Express, including a complete course listing, visit the LCA web site at: www.LightingControlsAssociation.org and click the Education Express button.