ASSIST: Alliance for Solid-State Illumination Systems and Technologies
ASSIST recommends... Directional Lighting
Published March 2007
This three-part series provides guidelines to the use and testing of residential directional lighting fixtures. The first two publications listed below are designed to help homeowners, contractors, builders, and others understand the best practices for directional lighting (e.g., downlights, accent lights, and track lights) and what to look for in an LED-based directional lamp or light fixture. The last document is written for fixture manufacturers and provides recommendations for testing directional lighting fixtures, regardless of light source.
Volume 3, Issue 1: A Guide to Residential Directional Lighting (PDF 854K)
Volume 3, Issue 2: How to Select Residential LED Directional Lighting (PDF 416K)
Volume 3, Issue 3: Recommendations for Testing and Evaluating Luminaires Used in Directional Lighting (PDF 778K)
ASSIST and the Lighting Research Center would like to thank the following organizations for their review and participation in the development of this publication: Acuity Brands Lighting/Lithonia, Ardee Lighting, Color Kinetics, Cooper Lighting, Edison Price Lighting, GVA Lighting, LED Specialists, Lighting Services Inc., Lightolier, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Sea Gull Lighting, WAC Lighting, Zumtobel Staff.
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