Sixth Annual LEDucation Opens Registration

NEW YORK-LEDucation, an event dedicated to advancing the education of the lighting community on LED technology, has opened its registration for this year's event. Organized by the Designers Lighting Forum (DFL) of New York, it will take place Wednesday, March 21, at the Hotel Pennsylvania here.

The seminars and expo will begin at 10 a.m. Session topics will include "LED Standards Update & Energy Star," "LED in the Retail Environment," "LED's: The Move to a Digital World;" and "LED Control: Turn Off the Dark;" all are eligible for Continuing Educational Units (CEU). In conjunction with the seminars, a special exposition is available for attendees to view the latest LED luminaires, controls and energy efficient designs and advancements from more than 95 leading LED manufacturers, and is open until 8 p.m. Last year's event saw an attendance of more than 1,800.

"We are excited about the diversity of our speaker line-up for this year's sixth annual event," said Wendy Kaplan of Feelux Lighting who is the speaker chair. "As our event continues to grow in attendance each year, our goal is to provide our attendees with a variety of accredited educational sessions that address hot topics, discuss the latest technologies and deliver updates on LED industry standards. This year's sessions will also provide a forum for two new panel discussions and dialogue on LED controls and dimming and key learning's of LED in the Retail Environment."

If DLF or Illuminating Engineering Society of North America members pre-register, there is no charge to attend. Otherwise it costs $25 onsite. For all others, entrance costs $20 and pre-registration is required. Students can attend as a complimentary guest with pre-registration and ID. Visit leducation.org or dlfny.org for further details.

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