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DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Lighting Controls

This table provides an overview of the incentives offered by DLC members for lighting controls. The summaries are intended to help program managers compare offerings, and to inform manufacturers of incentives across DLC member territories.

DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Horticultural Lighting

The incentive program summaries are intended to help provide a comparison of horticultural lighting program offerings and incentive levels across DLC Member territories. This table serves as an overview of the territories covered by DLC Members.

DLC Member Incentive Program Summaries – Solid-State Lighting

The incentive program summaries are intended to help provide a comparison of solid-state lighting program offerings and incentive levels across DLC Member territories. This table serves as an overview of the territories covered by DLC Members. 

NLC5 Cybersecurity Overview

Through research and outreach, the DLC has identified several cybersecurity standards and services that satisfy the cybersecurity criteria in the NLC5 Technical Requirements. To help manufacturers and other users find an appropriate standard and/or service for their networked lighting control system, this resource provides additional information on each standard and service and summarizes their application.

Key Takeaways
  • Summaries of cybersecurity services and standards recognized by the DLC
  • Descriptions of the primary application and timeline for certification of the cybersecurity standards listed in Tables CS-1 & CS-2 of the DLC NLC5 Technical Requirements
Horticultural Lighting and Spectral Tuning

Horticultural Lighting & Spectral Tuning

This resource answers the following questions: what are spectrally tunable products, what are spectral tuning channels, what is needed in DLC applications for spectrally tunable products, and what is published on the QPL for spectrally tunable products?

Key Takeaways
  • Defines spectrally tunable products and spectral tuning channels.
  • Detail on specific test reports and documentation needed to qualify a spectrally tunable product.
  • Examples of acceptable control narratives for spectrally tunable products.

Active Cooling

The active cooling guide explains the background of current test procedures, and how questions need to be answered to test actively cooled fixtures in the same way.

Key Takeaways
  • Reproducible lighting fixture performance is critical
  • Creating custom incentive paths with utilities

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