In 2017, the Interior Lighting Campaign initiated an effort to encourage product development and provide guidance on the selection and application of control-enabled retrofit kits intended for troffer, linear ambient, low-bay, and high-bay luminaires. The motivation for this effort was to develop a specification to define the desired performance characteristics of retrofit kits designed to convert existing systems to controls-enabled light-emitting diode (LED) technology. Adoption of such specification was anticipated to save building owners more than 50% of the energy on a one-for-one basis and up to 80% with controls, while offering the added benefits of easy installation and configuration. A first draft of the specification is available in the archive below, along with a webinar presentation and video on the specification draft. Interested parties submitted comments and data on the specification draft in an effort to allow for an open and transparent process in its development..
|January 18, 2017||Draft specification released for comment|
|Draft specification was released for comments to key stakeholders and published on the Interior Lighting Campaign website|
|March 2, 2017||Webinar held on Version 0.12 of the draft specification|
|A webinar was held to present key aspects of the draft specification and allow comments/questions
|March 17, 2017||Comments on draft specification Version 0.12 received|
|Interested parties submitted comments/data on draft specification V 0.12|
|TBD||Specification or Challenge for retrofit kits|
|The next step in the process is under consideration. More details will be posted at a later date.|
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