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Lutron EA Ltd.

4th Floor
52 Leadenhall Street
London
EC3A 2EB
www.lutron.com/europe
Maxine Mann
Tel +44 (0)7971 462 903
Nicolla Farry
Tel +44 (0) 7776 663 566
nfarry@lutron.com
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Lutron EA Ltd

Overview

Lutron is the leader in the lighting control industry and offers a wide selection of energy saving dimmers, smart control solutions and shading solutions for residential and commercial projects. Lutron offers automated roller blinds, curtain tracks, venetian blinds, roman blinds, skylight solutions with a large range of hardware configuration and communication such as wired, wireless, battery power for new build and retrofit. Our designer and performance fabrics will meet your design and standards requirements for standalone or fully integrated applications. Explore Lutron's smart residential and commercial solutions for integrated control of both daylight and electrical light to save energy and create beautiful, sustainable and future proof buildings.
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CPD Material (11)


Seminar
Understanding Guestroom Control System for Hotels
This CPD aims to discuss guestroom control design and specification, providing a view both from the perspective of what the guest is interacting with and what’s happening on the back end, from a control standpoint. By the end of the presentation you should have a greater understanding of:
- How a control system should be designed and best practices
- Code requirements
- How the right system architecture can deliver an energy efficient and performance system
- The advantages of a guestroom control system compared to the traditional analogue technology from the customer and the hotel standpoint
- What to look out for when specifying a performant and efficient guestroom control system from manufacturer, product offering, delivery and installation standpoints
- The different technologies available on the market
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Transforming Space with Light
This seminar explains the use of lighting control as a design enhancement. With 'smart homes' becoming more and more desirable across residential projects, lighting controls forming a considerable part of this desire, need to be understood and planned for in designs and specifications to ensure the clients requirements are fulfilled and the infrastructure to compliment these requirements are considered.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Multiple CPD formats
Illuminating our Experience with Human Centric Lighting
Human Centric Lighting is a term used widely among lighting design community to describe a holistic design, inclusive of Natural light & Electric light), that's centred around the various needs of the occupants in a space as opposed to conventional lighting. HCL doesn't only concern lighting designers but also architects and engineers as it includes elements of design such as daylight harvesting, access to the outdoors, smart buildings, circadian rhythm to name a few.

This CPD can be delivered to you live and remotely.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Total Light Management for Occupant Comfort and the WELL Building Standard Management
The WELL Building Standard focusses on improving the sustainability of buildings by designing for the wellbeing of its occupants. This presentation aims to give some background into the WELL standard and show how incorporating Total Light Management, ie the control of both artificial and natural light into the design process can help achieve many of the preconditions and optimisations within the WELL Standard. By the end of this seminar, you will have a greater understanding of:
- The focus on buildings’ occupant comfort and wellbeing
- The WELL Building standard and its growing importance
- The WELL Standard’s Lighting Concept Area
- The four concept areas that can be managed by total light management including;
Visual Lighting Design, Circadian Lighting Design, Solar Glare Control and Automated Shading and Dimming Control
- The concepts of solar shading and automated solar shading control
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Factory Visit
European Experience and Training Centre Tour
This tour of the Lutron European Experience and Training Cente at Finsbury Square, London, lasts one and a half hours. During the tour you will learn about the basics of lighting from different types of light bulbs to different ways to dim. With the prominence of LEDs in the market you will learn what makes up a LED and what to look for to ensure you achieve the desired result. You will also learn about total light management controlling both artificial and natural light. You will be shown best practices for creating scenes and trends in lighting design and the benefits of automated window treatments, the effects of different types of fabrics, and various installation applications. Undertaking the tour will help you to understand the following topics:
- The basics of lighting types and how to best dim different sources
- How to properly dim LEDs and best practices
- What a lighting control system is and what it can do to enhance projects
- How the seamless integration of automated window treatments enhances a space
- How to pick the best fabric for various applications
- How to convey the benefits of the precision control of daylight and electric light
The tour is by invitation only and the maximum number of attendees is 25. Book directly with Matthew Jacks at mjacks@lutron.com, t: 07580 925820
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Factory Visit
Seminar
Achieving Success with LED Lighting
Many lighting fixtures are being retro-fitted with LED lamps but problems can arise with flicker, nuisance tripping and interference issues. This seminar explains how to solve these problems at the specification and design-stage and how to plan for a successful installation. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The history of the LED and advantages of this light-source
- LED control challenges, what causes flicker, low-end instability, dead-travel and other problems
- LED lighting as a system and how to solve LED switching and in-rush problems
- How to design for compatibility for dimming systems
- Where to find free LED laboratory test data
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Designing Daylight Systems
This seminar looks at the design of daylight shading and the specification of contol systems. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- The concept and benefits of daylight design at the specification stage
- How the various types of dynamic fenestration systems take advantage of daylight potential
- How fabric properties affect daylighting performance and occupant comfort
- How daylight design is enhanced through performance shading solutions and by the various manual, motorised and automated control systems available
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Total light management for commercial buildings
This presentation will cover lighting control in the office space. We will review the fundamentals of lighting control in this space, the economic and social motivators for lighting control in offices, and we will apply lighting control to the key spaces within in an office and outline the benefits.

Light is very powerful and includes controlling the impact of the sun on a space as much as control of the electric light. A good balance of sunlight (and resulting glare) and electric light creates a more idealised environment for both comfort and energy efficiency.
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Innovative Light Management Solutions
The purpose of this seminar is:
- To introduce energy saving/sustainability through differing light control strategies
- Increase productivity and comfort in the workplace
- To help you make informed choices and decisions when designing or considering a light control project within a large or small commercial space
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar

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Lutron EA Ltd has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

RIBA Core Curriculum areas