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California was among the first states to adopt building standards as a way to regulate energy consumption, in the form of Title 24.
Since its inception, the scope of this code's standards has increased. The latest policy, Title 24 2016, has significantly modified lighting needs in new and remodeled homes, so that all such homes in California must incorporate energy efficient lighting and controls.
Lutron products, such as dimmers and vacancy sensors, provide cost effective, easy-to-install solutions to save energy while meeting the Title 24 2016 requirements.
Starting January 1, 2017, California Title 24 will require the following in all new residential construction and renovation requiring a permit:
1Dimmers and LED lighting must comply with NEMA SSL 7A which ensures the dimmer and LED light work together.2Lamps installed in recessed ceiling downlights, screw-in lamps, and LED lamps must comply with Title 24 Joint Appendix 8 (JA8) which ensures high efficiency, nice color characteristics, long life, 10% dimming, and low levels of audible noise and flicker.