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DLC Webinars

Hort Webinar Wednesday Session 1

July 29, 2020 Available to Download

Evolution of the DLC horticultural Lighting Specs and Rebate Models that Support Market Adoption

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NLC Technical Requirements V5 (NLC5) Overview Webinar

June 23, 2020 Available to Download

NLC5 focuses on strengthening the value of NLC technology while addressing important issues for market acceptance. Join us on Thursday, July 2, 2020 from 1:00pm-2:00pm ET, for an overview webinar that will discuss changes in the Technical Requirements for networked lighting controls, including requirements for cybersecurity.

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Achieving Interoperability for Networked Lighting Controls

June 04, 2020 Available to Download

This webinar digs into a new DLC report that explores the current interest in networked lighting controls (NLC) and the benefits various stakeholders can attain from championing interoperable systems. Three actionable use cases work to show why interoperability is a core component for ongoingoperation of energy savings programs and is essential for the long-lasting relevance of NLCs.

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