Re: California JA8 Certification

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Re: California JA8 Certification

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Can anyone in the California Energy Commission or California Energy Codes and Standards provide guidance on an LVDC lighting system at is relates to socketed bulb fixtures in new construction?

Title 24, JA8 describes this for AC supply. What happens when you use a controlled power system, such as LumenCache, to provide LVDC into a fixture, so that it only allows high efficiency LED lights?

Our bulbs consume a fraction of the incandescent power and current the fixtures are designed to support. The L2-SV driver has a max current around 1A so that limits the total fixture power to 50W. Still enough to light up 10 high efficiency LED bulbs.
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