Fire-Lite Alarms Starts New Year With New Training
Brady Offers New Portable Printer Trade-up Promotion
Lutron Announces 10-City Seminar on Energy Codes
> FIRE-LITE ALARMS BY HONEYWELL opened registration for a series of training
programs to be held in locations throughout the United States in 2015.
The schedule includes a basic two-day course for individuals seeking hands-on fire
alarm technical training and an advanced one-day session offering experienced technicians more applications and programming expertise. A Certificate Renewal Program will
also be offered to give technicians the opportunity to renew their Fire-Lite training certification without attending another course. Both instructor-led courses and the Certificate
Renewal Program qualify students to receive continuing education credits (CEUs).
Beyond hands-on courses, Fire-Lite Alarms continues to grow its library of online
tutorials, Lite-Tips training videos, webinars, and blogs on industry trends and technology. Fire-Lite’s course offerings are extensive, ranging from systems and software
courses to certification courses. In-person courses are held all over the country, from
New York to Oregon to Florida and California. Of course, if you can’t make one of the
locations in your area, Fire-Lite offers free online training, as well.
For more information on Fire-Lite Alarms’ training offerings and locations, visit
> LUTRON ELECTRONICS announced it will visit 10 major
markets in 2015 with a seminar to help electrical contractors
and engineers better meet the customer needs, while complying with energy codes. The Commercial Energy Codes,
Controls and LEDs Seminar will cover design, specification
and installation of LED lighting controls.
Electrical contractors and engineers are working on more
major renovation and new commercial construction projects
that require they be knowledgeable about energy-efficient products, including LED lighting control systems. Lutron’s seminar
can help contractors obtain that knowledge.
The free half-day seminar will feature two workshops:
• Codes & Standards—clarifies the core energy code requirements with real world terminology and examples
• Controlling LEDs—explains LED controls, how they oper-
ate, and what makes them different and reviews best practices
for delivering profitable, world-class LED control projects
Attendees will have the opportunity to earn one American
Institute of Architects (AIA) continuing education unit credit.
During each seminar, attendees will meet the Lutron team
and learn about new energy-saving products and tools at a
Technology Showcase that will run throughout the day. Attendees will also receive a Lutron Caséta Wireless starter kit to
experience wireless LED controls in their homes.
The seminar will visit these cities on the following dates:
• Houston, March 24
• Dallas, March 26
• Boston, March 31
• San Francisco, April 21
• Los Angeles, April 23
• Chicago, May 14
• Atlanta, May 21
Lutron also visited Washington, D.C., New York and Miami
early in March.
For more information contact your local Lutron representative or email Jill Mondin at firstname.lastname@example.org. This
magazine will also host two webinars related to these topics in
> BRADY RECEN TLY ANNOUNCED a
portable printer trade-up promotion. Users can receive a free BMP41 or BMP51
printer by trading in a qualifying competitive printer and purchasing 12 BMP41
or BMP51 label cartridges.
“We’re giving printer users the unique
opportunity to trade up to a better label-
ing experience,” said Matt Luger, product
marketing specialist for Brady. “If you’re
frustrated with your current printer and
need a reliable, high-quality printer, now
is your chance. By sending in your old
printer and purchasing 12 of the label
cartridges you need, we’ll give you the
printer to use them in for free. This is a
great way to upgrade and get more out of
your day-to-day labeling tasks.”
To take part in the promotion, you
need to have a competitive printer and
serial number, an invoice or receipt for
the purchase of 12 BMP41 or BMP51 label
cartridges. Then you will need to com-
plete and online request form and send
Brady your old printer.
Find more information or fill out the
request form at www.bradyid.com.