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ERCO Lighting Ltd

“Efficient Visual Comfort” forms the basis of ERCO’s approach to efficient, sustainable lighting design. It shows how design as well as the latest in luminaire technology can provide ergonomic lighting solutions.

Contact information

ERCO Lighting Ltd
38 Dover Street
London
W1S 4NL
United Kingdom

www.erco.com

CPD booking contact


Ms Michelle Owens
uk.cpd@erco.com
Tel: +44 (0)20 7344 4900

Approved CPD materials


Defining Light
Type: Seminar
This seminar looks at what light is, how we see and how we process what we see. It also introduces the current accepted methods of measuring this ethereal and abstract phenomenon, concluding with an overview of currently available electric light sources and which one to choose?
LED: A Real Understanding
Type: Seminar
This seminar will discuss:
  • How LEDs produce light
  • Are they ready for architecture
  • Specifying LED lumminaires
  • Are they future proof
  • Real environment benefits
  • Performance claims versus reality
Refining Light
Type: Seminar
Architects are presented with the difficult task of specifying the right lighting product from a vast array of seemingly similar luminaries. By rationalising the process of selection, distilling the available range down to a manageable list of generic types and demystifying the technical jargon found in manufacturers' catalogues, the seminar aims to relate design intent to the tools to realise it and how to achieve the lit effect that you want to see.
Tune the Light
Type: Seminar
This workshop aims to give participants an understanding in broad terms of how lighting control systems work and what they do, appreciation of the benefits of the new DALI technology, application of lighting control in aesthetic design.
Vertical Illuminance
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to provide an awareness that illumination of vertical surfaces has a far greater effect on the perception of a space than the traditional approach of lighting the horizontal by introducing the techniques to achieve this.

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