What is Title 24 Acceptance Testing?

What is Title 24 Acceptance Testing and Why do I need it for my project?

Title 24 Acceptance Testing is the certification of a projects lighting control system and state submission of an Acceptance Testing report by a certified Acceptance Testing Contractor & Technician. The certification ensures that the lighting control system is designed, installed, and programmed correctly to satisfy the Title 24 Part 6, Non-Residential building code. 

Components of a Lighting Control System

  • ​Occupancy / Motion / Vacancy Sensors
  • Astronomical Time Clocks
  • Bypass Timers
  • Daylight Harvesting Sensors
  • Photocells
  • Low / Line Voltage Dimming Switches 
  • Programable Wall Pods
  • Lighting Control Panels
  • Etc..

Types of Projects

ALL Non-Residential  Projects​​ Such As:

  • New Build / T.I.
  • Restaurants
  • Bars 
  • ​Schools
  • Dental 
  • Medical
  • Office / Warehouse
  • Retail
  • Auto Dealerships​
  • Gyms
  • Common Areas in Hotels / Apartment Complexes / Condominiums 

Title 24 Certificate of Compliance Forms

2016-NRCA-LTI-02-A Lighting Controls
2016-NRCA-LTI-03-A Automatic Daylighting Controls
2016-NRCA-LTI-04-A Demand Responsive Lighting Controls
2016-NRCA-LTI-05-A Institutional Tuning PAF
2016-NRCA-LT0-02-A Outdoor Lighting Controls

  • Must be completed by a certified acceptance test technician prior to receiving your Certificate of Occupancy for your project
  • An electronic copy will be submitted to the State/City and a PDF copy will be provided to the customer to have present during the final inspection
  • These reports are what most city inspectors refer to when they request Title 24 certification aka "Acceptance Testing"​

Who Can Provide Title 24 Acceptance Testing?

Only Certified Technicians can conduct acceptance testing. All certified technicians must also be employed by a certified acceptance testing employer.