WORKSHOPS

Wednesday 13 June

12.00 – Pudsey Diamond are gassing again

The unlikely story about an evolution: from crash friendly solar bollards to an affordable performing LED gas retrofit?? Performed by the two engineers who did it - Chris Angell BSc CEng MIET and Will Hebden BSc Hons

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Pudsey Diamond Engineering Ltd

 

12.30 – CE marking - is re-CE marking of retrofitted lanterns really necessary?

For many local authorities, retrofitting is a cost and waste efficient alternative to replacing - particularly with regards to heritage lanterns. We'll be investigating the ins and outs of CE marking heritage retrofit gear trays and why, ultimately, re-certifying the original housing in addition to the new gear tray is unnecessary.

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Carbon Reduction Technology

 

14.00 – One lens to rule them all, and in the darkness guide them

Lawrence will be introducing the latest LED developments to come to market and exploring the evolution of LEDs - with a particular focus on the latest chip on the
block CSP (Chip Scale Package). He’ll explain and demonstrate some of the future features and optical benefits that LED technology makes possible, such as
variable optics where one lens can be remotely configured to dynamically adjust light distribution on-site…
Who should attend: Designers, specifiers and installers of LED lighting equipment.

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Indo Lighting

 

14.30 – cree

workshop provided by Premier member: all welcome

This workshop is about Optic control – a key element to efficient street lighting. Also Advancements and Benefits in the use of certain raw materials used in Street Lighting Luminaires today. 

They will discuss with the some visual examples, how much of a difference good optic control can make ascetically. This is followed by example calculations with typical street configurations, demonstrating how good optic control can enable significant energy savings beyond a good lm/W efficiency of an LED chip. Finally, they will highlight areas of advancements used of certain materials in Street Lighting Luminaires today and why.

 

15.30 – Kingfisher lighting

workshop provided by Premier member: all welcome

More information to follow shortly. 

 

Thursday 14 June

10.00 – Meet the LDC implementation Panel 

Drop in to find out more about the plans for the future of the Institution, and put your ideas to the Lighting Delivery Centre implementation panel.

 

10.30 – One lens to rule them all, and in the darkness guide them

Lawrence will be introducing the latest LED developments to come to market and exploring the evolution of LEDs - with a particular focus on the latest chip on the block
CSP (Chip Scale Package). He’ll explain and demonstrate some of the future features and optical benefits that LED technology makes possible, such as variable optics where one lens can be remotely configured to dynamically adjust light distribution on-site…
Who should attend: Designers, specifiers and installers of LED lighting equipment.

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Indo Lighting

 

11.30 – CE marking - is re-CE marking of retrofitted lanterns really necessary?

For many local authorities, retrofitting is a cost and waste efficient alternative to replacing - particularly with regards to heritage lanterns. We'll be investigating the ins and outs of CE marking heritage retrofit gear trays and why, ultimately, re-certifying the original housing in addition to the new gear tray is unnecessary.

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Carbon Reduction Technology

 

12.00 – Pudsey Diamond are gassing again

The unlikely story about an evolution: from crash friendly solar bollards to an affordable performing LED gas retrofit?? Performed by the two engineers who did it - Chris Angell BSc CEng MIET and Will Hebden BSc Hons

workshop provided by PLS Sponsor Pudsey Diamond Engineering Ltd

 

14.00 – STAINTON LIGHTING DESIGN SERVICES

workshop provided by Premier member: all welcome

This workshop is aimed at individuals who are looking to develop their careers by upgrading their membership, or those who are in the process of upgrading and seeking clarity or guidance. Welcoming all, the presentations will be given by the Vice President for Membership Development, and the YLP chair on membership routes, the processes, where to find information on membership, the Technical Report, Interviews and CPD. It will cover the benefits of upgrading for the individual and the employer with detailed guidance on the standard and individual routes. After the presentations, there will be an opportunity to have informal one to one discussions with individuals from the ILP membership committee, to assist with any questions or issues you are encountering.