Lighting controls offer the opportunity to balance the visual environment, enhance space flexibility, and improve user satisfaction while saving significant amounts of energy, and improving maintenance cycles.  Designing and implementing high quality control systems can also help to differentiate contractors and designers in a competitive marketplace. 

Wide scale adoption of well-designed and implemented controls systems has been slowed by perceived complexity, cost, and concerns about call backs. In this two-part online class, you will learn industry best practices and strategies that may be applied to a wide range of projects.

Part one of this comprehensive online class will introduce you to modern lighting control strategies and equipment. Part two will offer guidance on successful implementation and programming approaches for these systems. System concepts, design, installation, sequence of operations, and startup will all be discussed over the course of the class.

Who Should Attend
This workshop is suitable for utility trade allies as well as lighting practitioners including designers, contractors, building operators, architects, engineers, and sales reps.

Some working knowledge of the lighting and construction industries will be necessary to gain the most value from this workshop.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this class, participants will

  • Understand and be able to apply common control strategies
  • Understand and be able to apply typical controls hardware
  • Understand how controls hardware is used in discrete, locally networked, and building wide control systems
  • Understand basics of System Startup and Programming

REGISTER 

This course is TWO 2-hour sessions, on concurrent days. Please register for each day if you would like to take the complete course.

NLC FUNDAMENTALS - DAY 1

TUES JUL 14
10AM - NOON
Shaun Darragh, LC, MIES

NLC FUNDAMENTALS - DAY 2

WED JUL 15
10AM - NOON
Shaun Darragh, LC, MIES

The links above take you away from the Lighting Design Lab site to a registration page through GoToWebinar. Please email LightingDesignLab@seattle.gov with questions or concerns.