CONFERENCE SEMINAR – FREE
Pragmatic Methods of Tuning White
THURSDAY - OCTOBER 18
4:00 - 5:00 pm | Seminar S26
EDUCATION TRACK
Lighting Design
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Engineers | Lighting Designers | Interior Designers | Landscape Architects | Other End Users
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Beginner | Intermediate | Advanced
QUALIFIES FOR
1.0 AIA LU; 1 BOMI CPD; 1 IDCEC
Nathan Dietrich, PE
National Design Manager, Lighting – Crestron Electronics, Inc.
ABOUT THE SESSION

Hear the practical tools of today and what to look forward to in the future to ensure successful tunable white solutions. Learn about some recent and relevant studies related to the physiological and psychological objective to light intensity and spectrum design. What must the commercial lighting industry focus on to continue to produce successful tunable white projects?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Analyze aesthetic, physiological and psychological objectives to light intensity and spectrum design.
  • Learn all the components of a tunable white solution.
  • Identify practical controls solutions that are available today.
  • Discuss who may take ownership of "tuning" the fixtures in terms of quantitative color performance. Identify important industry organizations that may help in the development of accurate tunable white.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Nathan Dietrich - speaker
Nathan Dietrich, PE
National Design Manager, Lighting
Crestron Electronics, Inc.

Nathan Dietrich has over a decade of experience in commercial lighting controls. He started at Crestron, directing the commercial lighting project engineering and management teams. These teams were responsible for reviewing thousands of projects across NA and providing appropriate lighting controls solutions. Nathan now works in outside specification sales where he develops curriculum and teaches specifiers how to be successful with lighting controls. Additionally, he works with lighting designers, engineers, design/build contractors, owners, etc. to ensure their designs are accurate and poised for a successful lighting controls project.

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