Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls

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IEEE PES/IAS Chapter of Orange County Meeting Notification


Monthly Meeting of the Orange County Chapter of The Power & Energy Society (PES) and the Industry Application Society (IAS)

The presentation is free and dinner can be purchased upon arrival, with choices: Chicken, fish, or vegetarian.

If purchasing meal: $30 for All attendees

Note: sub-charge of 2.75% for all major credit cards

Please specify dinner entree: Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Agenda: 6:00 PM Dinner; 7:30 PM Presentation; 8:45 PM Wrap-Up

Meal: $30 (plus 2.75% for major credit cards); FREE for full-time college students with I.D.

PLEASE RESERVE BY CONTACTING HAMID SUKAR AT:

 asukar@carollo.com or 714-593-5160 (cell)

Please specify a dinner entree:  Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian

Drawing for FREE DINNER at end of meeting (valid at a future meeting, within one year of winning).

  • Chair: Roger Wilson; Independent Electrical Engineer, 949-285-5559, rogerwilson@cox.net
  • Vice Chair:Ian Varley; RBF/Michael Baker International, 949-855-7064, ivarley@trialphaenergy.com
  • Treasurer: Abdulhamid (Hamid) Sukar; Carollo Engineers, 714-593-5100, asukar@carollo.com
  • Secretary: Brian Chee; AECOM, 515-708-3773, Brian.Chee@aecom.com
  • Publicity: Robert Ryan; Rockwell Automation, 714-938-9037, rryan@ra.rockwell.com

 



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  • ivarley@trialphaenergy.com

    ASukar@carollo.com

  • Starts 01 June 2017 06:00 PM
  • Ends 15 June 2017 05:00 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Chicken, Fish, Vegetarian
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  Speakers

Ms. Lyn L. Gomes, P.E., CCP, LEED AP, CLCATT

Topic:

Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls

Lyn and Rick will present their recommendations for lighting control system design and commissioning for new construction and existing buildings. Together, they will provide practical guidelines for designing a lighting control system that can be applied immediately. Implementing their recommendations will result in a project with fewer RFIs, prevent inappropriate “or-equal” submittals, and 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.

Biography:

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. She is passionate about lighting controls and commissioning because of the new possibilities for saving energy in both new and existing buildings. Ms. Gomez’s recent projects include enhanced commissioning of a 216,000 sq ft LEED Gold lab building, and lighting commissioning for a city community center. In her spare time, Lyn is on the advisory board of Techbridge, an afterschool STEM program for girls, who awarded her “role model of the year” in 2009. Lyn received her Bachelor’s of Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Mr.Rick Miller, PE, LEED AP, LC, CLCATT

Mr.Rick Miller, PE, LEED AP, LC, CLCATT

Topic:

Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls

Lyn and Rick will present their recommendations for lighting control system design and commissioning for new construction and existing buildings. Together, they will provide practical guidelines for designing a lighting control system that can be applied immediately. Implementing their recommendations will result in a project with fewer RFIs, prevent inappropriate “or-equal” submittals, and 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.

Biography:

Mr. Miller has designed lighting and power systems for architects, engineers and builders for nearly forty years. Rick frequently presents seminars on lighting controls at IEEE, IES, PG&E, SCE, and SMUD. Rick is the principal co-author of the California Lighting Controls Training Program (CALCTP), and trains electricians how to install lighting controls. Most recently, Mr. Miller became a Certified Lighting Controls Acceptance Testing Technician, a position created by the new Title 24 energy code.  Mr. Miller is a licensed electrical engineer in California and several other states.

Ms. Lyn L. Gomes, P.E., CCP, LEED AP, CLCATT

Topic:

Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls

Biography:

Mr.Rick Miller, PE, LEED AP, LC, CLCATT

Topic:

Dos and Don’ts of Lighting Design and Controls

Biography: