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DLC Webinars

Draft 1 LUNA V1.0 Overview Webinar

April 28, 2021 Available to Download

The DLC hosted an informational webinar on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 to review the proposed requirements in the first draft of LUNA Technical Requirements V1.

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Draft 2 Horticultural Requirements V2.1 Overview Webinar

March 01, 2021 Available to Download

The Draft 2 Technical Requirements for Horticultural Lighting V2.1 propose eligibility for three new product types that support the qualification of fixtures that enable greater whole facility energy savings and facilitate the transition period from traditional light sources which rely heavily on lamp replacements to a future state in which horticultural fixtures are adopted.

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Draft 1 Horticultural Requirements V2.1 Overview Webinar

October 26, 2020 Available to Download

The Draft 1 Technical Requirements for Horticultural Lighting V2.1 propose eligibility for three new product types that support the qualification of fixtures that enable greater whole facility energy savings and facilitate the transition period from traditional light sources which rely heavily on lamp replacements to a future state in which horticultural fixtures are adopted.

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