Thursday, September 8, 2016
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Testing burn characteristics via ASTM E84
Testing burn characteristics via ASTM E84

ASTM E84 is used to assess the surface burning characteristics of building products. The results help fire protection engineers better understand how various materials will react during a fire. Read More

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Your questions answered: LED lighting specifications
Your questions answered: LED lighting specifications

Additional information from the July 28 Lighting: LED specifications webcast includes details about color shift, American Medical Association recommendations, and lighting controls. Presenters Haley... Read More

HVAC codes and standards: cooling and energy efficiency
HVAC codes and standards: cooling and energy efficiency

Codes and standards dictate the design of HVAC systems; however, there are ways to improve the design of nonresidential buildings to achieve maximum energy efficiency.Read More

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Balancing passive, active fire protection
Balancing passive, active fire protection

Fire protection engineers should consider the building's construction, fire suppression systems, and smoke control when designing active and passive fire protection systems. Read More

Is an LED right for your next retrofit project?
Is an LED right for your next retrofit project?

Building owners are asking lighting designers and electrical engineers to help them save on energy costs, and replacing fluorescent, HID, or other lights with LEDs is in high demand. Read More

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Digital Edition
Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device. The August issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer includes stories on MEP Giants annual report and HVAC energy efficiency.
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Smart Buildings and Building Automation Course
This class is an introduction to smart buildings and the terminology and concepts currently used in the industry. The student will learn about open systems, Building Automation Systems, Building Management Systems, and Enterprise Management Systems as they are applied to integration of various building sub-systems. Click here to sign up.
Upcoming Webcast
Critical power: Hospital electrical systems
Hospital electrical and power systems include both patient care rooms—operating rooms, intensive care units, and more—and general building areas—offices, lobbies, and so on. Hospital electrical system design must accommodate every area, and include lighting and the entire electrical infrastructure.

Sponosred by: ASCO, Cummins, and Generac

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

1 AIA CES accredited LU and 1 HSW credit available for attendees

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Smart building integrated digital lighting and HVAC controller
Smart building integrated digital lighting and HVAC controller

nLight ECLYPSE controller combines digital lighting and HVAC controls onto one platform. Read More

Analog sensor control box with built-in data logging
Analog sensor control box with built-in data logging

SmartBOX1 is a general purpose, PLC-based, dual analog input sensor instrumentation control box... Read More

Louvered commercial lighting bollard
Louvered commercial lighting bollard

TLED-ELB LED louvered commercial lighting bollard utilizes LED technology to deliver uniform... Read More

BAS for energy savings and secure operations
BAS for energy savings and secure operations

Metasys 8.0 the building automation system (BAS) provides instrumentation and control to save... Read More

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2016 Electrical and Power Study: Six key findings
Respondents to the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2016 Electrical and Power Study identified six high-level findings impacting the electrical and power industries today. Some of the findings include: Specifications, Building structures, and Critical issues.
Click here to read additional findings.