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Old 03-06-2005, 13:20   #1
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On-line Lighting Course

Lessons in Lighting from www.lightolier.com:
Goto: http://www.designingwithlight.com/in...35?A=483&B=488

This free online course on lighting fundamentals is intended for those new to the lighting industry. The program consists of 24 lessons and a final exam that covers the entire lighting system -- luminaires, lamps, ballasts, and controls. Students will also find lessons on lighting design and application, light and color, lighting terminology, and other related topics. Whether you are a lighting end user, electrical distributor, contractor, or lighting specifier, you'll find this course to be a helpful program for your lighting education.

Intended for commercial/industrial/residential designers, there are many sections of general interest to anyone who wishes to upgrade their boat lighting. The basic principles remain the same.

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