Video: Commissioning of Human Centric Lighting Systems

Light level controls are being required by codes and standards such as California Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1.

Video Courtesy:
 CxEnergy 2015

Presenter:
Howard Wolfman, PE, Lumispec Consulting

Abstract:
The world of lighting is in the midst of a multifaceted revolution. Not only are light level controls being required by codes and standards such as California Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1, but a new science called Human Centric Lighting also calls for controlling the Color Coordinated Temperature (CCT) of lighting. The next generation lighting technology can offer much more than just saving energy. This presentation will explore the future use of controls for dimming and CCT shifting, which is often called Kelvin changing or shifting, and how it can improve circadian rhythms, mood, visual acuity and performance in addition to providing substantial energy savings and sustainability. The presentation will address future commissioning of these new lighting systems and how it will require an understanding by all to think outside of the box.

This presentation was part of the 28-workshop technical program for CxEnergy 2015. Next year’s CxEnergy Conference & Expo will be held in Dallas, April 11-13. For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com

This presentation was part of the 28-workshop technical program for CxEnergy 2015. Next year's CxEnergy Conference & Expo will be held in Dallas, April 11-13. CSE readers get 10% discount on registration (use promo code: CSE10). For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com

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