DIALux 4 Lighting Software

This course is an entry-level course for DIALux.  You will be guided through practical tasks to develop your understanding and experience in using the DIALux software.​​

Course Content

  • Setting up and personalising the software
  • DIALux Light Wizard - simple lumen method design calculation
  • Creating simple interior layouts
  • Importing photometric files & luminaire plug-ins
  • Inserting luminaires singly, in rows and as groups
  • Running & verifying calculations
  • Creating irregular-shaped rooms
  • Aiming of luminaires
  • Importing and exporting CAD files
  • Creating a report of results for printing or pdf
  • Inserting room elements such as ceilings & stairs
  • Inserting additional calculation surfaces
  • Emergency lighting for an open area
  • Emergency lighting for an escape route
  • Introduction to furniture, objects & textures
  • Introduction to ray-tracing

Is this course for you?

This course is ideal for anyone who wishes to be able to complete simple lighting designs.  This might include lighting designers, sales representatives, electrical engineers, energy assessors etc.  The course is also suited to those who wish to develop their skills in the software, as it will provide the groundwork for developing more interesting lighting schemes.

Delegates should have a basic understanding of light & lighting design and some familiarity with Microsoft Windows software.

 

Costs for onsite training (up to 10 delegates)

Members - £2500 + VAT

Non-members - £3200 + VAT

OTHER DATES FOR THIS COURSE

  
28th March 2018TELFORD
2nd May 2018

HOLIDAY INN, ELSTREE

26th June 2018TELFORD

 For a full list of dates for all of our courses, please take a look at the schedule.

 

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Lighting Industry Association

The Lighting Industry Association’s mission is to strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting by representing all aspects of UK, EU and international legislation and standards at the highest level whilst protecting the interests of both the public and members.

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