Title 24 | JA8

Title 24 is the Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Non-Residential Buildings in California. Title 24 addresses the energy efficiency of construction projects in the state (including new construction, remodeling, addition and commercial buildings).

California Title 24 building code regulations were established in 1978 in response to a legislative mandate to reduce energy consumption and to improve state’s energy efficiency. The title was adapted to control and enhance energy consumption in the state as it relates to construction of buildings. According to the commission, every building must adhere to certain rules before construction. These standards are contained in part 6 of the the California Building Standard Code, which is California Title 24 (California Energy Code).

JA8 LED Luminaire Requirements

Initial Efficacy ≥ 45 lumens/Watt
Power Factor at Full Rated Power ≥ 0.90
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) ≤ 4000 Kelvin
Color Rendering Index (CRI) ≥ 90
R9 ≥ 50
Rated Life ≥ 15,000 hours
Min. Dimming Level ≤ 10%
Flicker <30% for frequencies of 200 Hz or below, at 100% and 20% light output
Start Time ≤ 0.5 sec
Duv ≥ -0.0033 and ≤ ± 0.0033
Projected Time to L70 ≥ 25,000 hours, or N/A for light sources providing 6,000 hour lumen maintenance testing
100% Light Ouput: Audible Noise ≤ 24 dBA
20% Light Output: Audible Noise ≤ 24 dBA
Title 24


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