The IES Albuquerque Section has an active calendar that includes various educational courses as well as multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below.
A collection of best practices when laying out a lighting control project.
Learning Objective 1: Selecting devices and sequences of operations that make sense for the occupants and save additional energy This leads to a more comfortable work environment and prevents the disabling of control devices
Learning Objective 2: Properly commissioning a project and training the end user on the system he or she has
Learning Objective 3: How to properly specify lighting controls on a project to ensure you meet all Energy Code requirements and desires of the owner on a project
Learning Objective 4: Writing a proper Sequence of Operations
By the end, learners will understand the balance between energy savings goals for the facility and occupant preferences.
This will be a fun presentation and we should enjoy some back and forth comments with the attendees. It’s also AIA registered, so Charles can provide 1 hour certificates of attendance which should be helpful for anyone looking for continuing education credit.
Systems VP & Evangelist, Wattstopper
Legrand, North and Central America