Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls 🗓

— (IEEE PES/IAS) – design, occupancy sensors, sequencing, commissioning, guidelines, passing testing, lessons learned …

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Meeting Date: Thursday June 15, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM Networking & Dinner; 7:30 PM Presentation

FIRST Speaker: Ms. Lyn L. Gomes, P.E., CCP, LEED AP, CLCATT
SECOND Speaker: Mr.Rick Miller, PE, LEED AP, LC, CLCATT

Location: Santa Ana
Cost: The presentation is free and dinner can be purchased for $30 upon arrival, with choices: Chicken, fish, or vegetarian.
RSVP: PLEASE RESERVE BY CONTACTING HAMID SUKAR asukar@carollo.com or 714-593-5160 (cell)

Event Details: IEEE Event
Summary:
Lyn and Rick will present their recommendations for lighting control system design and commissioning for new construction and existing buildings. They will provide practical guidelines for designing a lighting control system that can be applied immediately. Implementing their recommendations will result in fewer RFIs, prevent inappropriate “or-equal” submittals, that can be programmed successfully so they have a fighting chance of passing testing. They will share their lessons learned, discuss the use of the Title 24 forms as a checklist for design, provide recommendations for daylighting and occupancy sensors, how to prevent issues that crop up during commissioning (i.e. functional testing), and the difference between a control intent narrative and a sequence of operations. This presentation is geared towards engineers/designers of lighting control systems and commissioning providers.

Bio:
Ms. Gomes is the lead Commissioning Authority for kW Engineering. Her 15 years of combined experience in HVAC design, construction, and startup make her a triple threat in the world of commissioning.
Mr. Miller has designed lighting and power systems for architects, engineers and builders for nearly forty years. Rick is the principal co-author of the California Lighting Controls Training Program (CALCTP), and trains electricians how to install lighting controls.