Lighting Controls for Non-Residential Buildings IES Seminar: SEM-4-IM-14
Description: This advanced lighting course will cover up-to-date controls strategies, techniques and equipment. The learning outcomes include: Identify lighting control strategies based on application needs; Design and commission a lighting control solution; Analyze your control solutions in order to satisfy energy code standards; Choose appropriate lighting control equipment for your project.
Lunch, drinks and light snacks will be provided with this course. Please send us a message if you have any dietary restrictions.
Course will be taught by Dave Hiemstra of Optics Lighting, Trina Larsen of Dialog and Steve Erickson of McKenna Agencies.
Dave Hiemstra is the Controls Specialist with Optics Lighting. With his experience he has designed full lighting control systems, consulted on LEED and ASHRAE 90.1 based projects, and provided training and onsite services for many projects around Alberta; projects including Recreation facilities, High-rise commercial towers, Education facilities, and retail spaces. He is experienced with both traditional analog lighting control systems as well as fully addressable DALI based systems. He also works with feature DMX controls and is responsible for the programming of the RGB lighting on the Calgary Tower in Calgary.
Steve Eriksen is Northern Alberta’s manufacturer representative for Lutron Electronics. With over 18 years experience in the electrical industry Steve has watched the evolution of lighting and how we control it come to the forefront of the “green” movement. Specializing in all things lighting control with nearly 5 years real world application and design of these systems, his focus has always been on control as a method of energy savings. He also has extensive knowledge of the programming logic across the entire line which is instrumental in determining which product is right for each individual application. Steve has done programming and design assisting work on many standout projects here in Edmonton including the new Edmonton Arena, Edmonton International Airport Renaissance Marriott, Simon’s WEM, City of Edmonton Meadows Community Recreation Centre, and numerous Joey, Earls, and Cactus Club restaurants.