Thursday, April 18, 2013
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Integration: Lighting and HVAC systems
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By using building energy modeling software, engineers can determine how to size HVAC systems to balance the heat given off by lighting systems, particularly energy-efficient lighting fixtures.Read More

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New features of NFPA 72-2013
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NFPA has released updates to NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. This codes and standards article identifies some of the significant changes in NFPA 72-2013 that you will want to be... Read More

Energy codes and lighting design
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Engineers have many resources when designing energy-efficient lighting in nonresidential buildings. Lighting designers do not have to sacrifice quality or reduce lighting levels just to meet energy... Read More

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Building envelope: Testing and commissioning best practices
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Due to the increased interest in high-performance buildings, more attention is being paid to how envelope assemblies affect interior comfort and energy performance.Read More

Use NFPA 3 to coordinate fire and life safety projects
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NFPA 3 takes a contemporary approach to construction and focuses on commissioning the fire and life safety systems throughout a project, rather than at the end.Read More

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Critical Power: Standby Power For Mission Critical Facilities
The National Electrical Code (NEC) describes the engineering practices for mission critical facilities, which go beyond the requirements for emergency and legally required standby systems. In addition to specific code requirements, design engineers as well as authorities having jurisdiction must know the requirements for the installation, operation, control, and maintenance of standby power for mission critical facilities.

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LED modules and recessed lights
LED modules and recessed lights

The P-Series of LED modules and recessed lights are Energy Star rated and designed for light... Read More

LED lamps with retrofit options
LED lamps with retrofit options

The Ultra HE T8 LED lamps are designed to reduce energy consumption and has a dedicated external... Read More

Aspirating smoke detector
Aspirating smoke detector

The FAAST aspirating smoke detector are designed and certified for use in hazardous environments.Read More

Packaged rooftop systems
Packaged rooftop systems

The PR-Series of packaged rooftop systems are designed to provide fresh air for critical facilities... Read More

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