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The popularity of LEDs has grown rapidly over recent years as people begin to appreciate the advantages it provides, such as energy efficiency, equipment longevity and lower electricity bills. However, it has also become apparent that poor quality installation of LED lighting systems could cancel out these advantages and result in inadequate lighting, failure to meet lifetime performance expectations, or even interference with other equipment from poor systems integration.
The Code of Practice covers all of the key issues in the delivery and lifecycle management of LED lighting installations – including safety, performance and compatibility considerations – as part of a systems approach to the fit-for-purpose installation and maintenance of this important technology.
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The Code is designed to help you to avoid common problems, debunk common myths and to highlight the potential compatibility issues between new and legacy LED systems.
The Code is designed for use by installers, maintainers, operators and systems managers, with coverage including: lighting design, drivers, circuits, physical considerations, control systems, inspection and maintenance.
This is the first consensus-based standard for the application LED lighting systems, with comprehensive coverage built out of the expertise and experience of the technical committee and lead authors. In establishing a basis for good practice, this Code is intended to benefit the industry and build confidence in this technology for contractors and customers.
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You can also take advantage of combining the Code of Practice with our related guidance on Recommendations for Energy Efficient Exterior Lighting Systems for the special price of £99 (no further discount applied). See the website for details at www.theiet.org/lighting-package-1
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