CONFERENCE SEMINAR
Deciphering IECC and ASHRAE 90.1 Lighting Control Requirements
WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 17
2:00 - 3:00 pm | Seminar S8
EDUCATION TRACK
Codes & Compliance
TARGET AUDIENCE
Architects | Engineers | Lighting Designers | Interior Designers | Other End Users
AUDIENCE LEVEL
Beginner | Intermediate
QUALIFIES FOR
1.0 AIA LU; 1 BOMI CPD; 1 IDCEC
Additional learning units will be posted when confirmed
John Busch, LEED AP BD+C, CLCATT
Regional Sales Manager – Southwest – Leviton
ABOUT THE SESSION

Deciphering IECC and ASHRAE 90.1 lighting control requirements and determining how to meet code compliance is challenging. With different states and municipalities adhering to different versions of IECC and ASHRAE 90.1, gaining an understanding of what each revision requires and how to adjust plans and energy management systems to address the needs of each unique space can have a huge impact on energy savings.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Understand the differences between widely used versions of IECC and ASHRAE 90.1.
  • Make sense of daylighting requirements—when, where and how to apply them.
  • Review code compliant applications designs for common applications.
  • Become familiar with the new electrical energy monitoring requirements of ASHRAE 90.1 2013 and ASHRAE 90.1 2016 including separately monitoring energy usage, tenant metering, data retention and availability, and digital control system specifications.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
John Busch - speaker
John Busch, LEED AP BD+C, CLCATT
Regional Sales Manager – Southwest
Leviton

John Busch is currently the Regional Sales Manager in the Southwest market for the Energy Management, Controls and Automation division of Leviton Manufacturing. John began his career as a field service technician repairing X-ray systems. This helped him build a strong foundation to transition to other positions as an electrical designer, design build estimator / project manager, and a field application engineer for a manufacturing rep. This diverse background has helped John to develop a unique skill set that allows him to evaluate electrical design challenges with a solution-oriented perspective. His strength lies in providing experienced design assist services to engineers, contractors and end users. John is also a California Title 24 2016, Part 6 Certified Lighting Control Acceptance Test Technician (CLCATT) with certification from both CALCTP and NLCAA. Since early 2013, John has led over 2,000 hours of training on Title 24 code compliance.

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