0-10V Dimming: Technology, Techniques & Applications – Part 1

When:
June 26, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
2018-06-26T17:00:00-07:00
2018-06-26T19:00:00-07:00
Where:
Rusty's Pizza Parlor (Private Room)
5934 Calle Real Dr. Goleta
CA 93117
Cost:
$0 - $20

A seminar led by Rick Miller of RNM Engineering, Inc.

This course will provide an in-depth look at 0-10V dimming, covering such issues as code compliance, design techniques, product compatibility, and wiring challenges. This class is intended for lighting designers, engineers, architects, contractors, commissioning professionals, manufacturers, developers and building owners who may be involved in the design, selection, specification, construction, installation, commissioning, and operation of 0-10V dimming as part of their Advanced Lighting Control Systems. The participants will acquire a better understanding of the function, purpose, and application of 0-10V dimming systems. The application of 0-10V dimming in specialized luminaires such as track fixtures, decorative fixtures, and task lights will be covered. The course includes an in-class opportunity to handle, wire and operate 0-10V dimming products.

The objective of this educational program is that at the conclusion participants will be able to: Learn the distinction of 0-10V dimming from other kinds of dimming. Examine the issues and concerns associated with 0-10V dimming. Learn how to specify and design 0-10V dimming systems Understand the basics of wiring and operating 0-10V dimming luminaires and related control components.

*** Tuesday’s event will be part 1 of the complete seminar, focusing on demonstrations and hands-on learning.

Rick will be leading part 2 later in the summer or early autumn.

SPEAKER:
Rick Miller has been a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society since 1967. He has been president of the Chicago, the San Francisco, and the Santa Barbara Sections of the IES. After receiving a bachelor of engineering physics from the University of Michigan and a master of architecture from the University of Colorado, Mr. Miller has been a consulting electrical engineer. He has given numerous seminars on lighting controls at LightFair, at local IES sections, and for PG&E, SCE, SDG&E and SMUD.

Pizza and drinks will be provided.

Free admission for IES members.
$20.00 Admission for non-members Cash or Check only. Please make checks payable to “IES Mission Section”