Webinar: Lighting Code Update

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12-01-2020 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm MST

FREE IES Denver Section
IES Denver Section

We’re excited to present this code update webinar by Shane Lacey of GLS Lighting and Controls. Shane is a lighting control expert and he is here to give us the rundown on what’s new in the world of lighting codes. Shane will focus on NEC Article 700.2 (Emergency Lighting Devices) and will review the language and guidelines for emergency lighting at the zone level.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn what it actually means when you say “UL924 device.”
  • Review the difference between an automatic load control relay (ALCR) and branch circuit emergency lighting transfer switch, and when to use each.
  • Review the definition of a “directly controlled luminaire” and how it applies to emergency control.

Shane LaceyShane Lacey, working in the lighting and control industry for over 35 years, began in entertainment lighting and successfully started GLS Lighting and Controls 17 years ago which is still going strong to this day. His lighting and lighting control experience spans many sectors of the industry including electronics manufacturing, production lighting, club lighting, performance venues, broadcast studios, architectural lighting and control, stadiums, arenas, sports lighting. Shane’s educational background in Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) combined with his work in an electronics manufacturing facility and his industry experience result in an in-depth understanding of lighting and control equipment as well as building electrical systems. Shane has been an IESNA member since 1998 and maintains membership in the Lighting Control Association (LCA) and Entertainment Services Technology Association (ESTA). Little known fact: Shane worked as a performance DJ for over 25 years beginning in 1983.

FREE for members and students, $10 for non-members


11:30 am - 1:00 pm MST
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