RP-36, Maintenance in the LED Era
About this Course
The IES offers a series of webinars that provide supplemental education to coincide with a recently revised or new IES Standard (Recommended Practice - RP, Technical Memorandum - TM, etc.). RP-36, Maintenance in the LED Era is part of the IES Standards Webinars.
Description: Rather than being maintenance free, LED requires a change in maintenance practices more akin to stewardship than reactive replacement. Based on RP-36 and other information, this joint IES/NALMCO webinar will provide an overview of effective maintenance practices for indoor and outdoor LED lighting and control systems.
By the end of this course learners will be able to...
1. Apply the purpose and benefits of planned maintenance to lighting projects.
2. Understand typical lighting and control system behavior and how it relates to maintenance.
3. Recommend maintenance best practices.
4. Design lighting and control systems to minimize maintenance requirements.
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Chistopher C. Frank
COO Colorado Lighting, Inc.
Christopher C. Frank, CLEP, has been working in the industry since 1997 and is the Chief Operating Officer to ensure production efficiency, quality service and cost-effective management of resources for long time NALMCO member company COLORADO LIGHTING, INC. (CLI), founded in 1977. CLI provides sustainable energy efficient solutions from consultation through installation and recycling. Chris enhances the efficiency of a lighting system for customers through expert assistance in specifying which products will produce the greatest energy savings while providing maximum light output and what light level is most appropriate for the work environment as well as supplying and installing the new lighting products and maintaining the lighting system. Chris provides leadership to Colorado Lighting, Inc. enabling the company to be in the forefront of the industry. Chris sits on many industry advisory committees as well as serving as the current President for NALMCO. In addition to his industry work, Chris is also very active in the community. He currently serves as a member of the Adams County Board of Adjustments and helps coach little league baseball as well as hockey. But if asked – Chris’s biggest accomplishment is his family. Chris and his wife Kelli are kept very busy with their four children.