4535 Commerce St. Virginia Beach
Presented by the Tidewater Virginia Section of the IES
Featuring guest speaker
GREG ORTT, MIES, CPTED
Southeast Regional Sales Manager
Hubbell Control Solutions
6:00pm – 6:30pm Social Hour
6:30pm – 7:00pm Dinner
7:00pm – 8:00pm Presentation
This course provides key technological updates in the area of lighting controls. Specifically, this course will discuss the changes in lighting controls technology resulting from luminaires becoming more electronic than electrical. We will discuss the analog technologies used for dimming luminaires, including Phase Control, 3-wire, PMW, and 0-10V. We will also discuss digital lighting control technologies including DMX and DALI. The course will help the student to understand key differences in these technologies and to better understand when each type of control is appropriate.
Greg Ortt has been with Hubbell Lighting for over 10 years working in multiple capacities. Currently, he is the Southeast Regional Sales Manager at Hubbell Control Solutions. Prior to that, Greg spent time in outdoor lighting with the Kim, Beacon, and Hubbell Outdoor Lighting brands. Greg has also worked as a resident educator at Hubbell’s Lighting Solution Center. Greg has taught extensively throughout the U.S and is a frequent speaker at industry events. From the fundamentals of light to industrial and exterior applications, Greg has proven himself to be an effective trainer and educator. Greg serves on multiple committees of the IESNA. He teaches a course on outdoor lighting every year at the annual IESNA Street & Area Conference. He is a presenter at Lightfair and has become the lighting speaker for CPTED, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. His audiences include architects, engineers, lighting designers, design and build contractors, electrical distributors, and national accounts. Greg is a regular instructor for college and engineering classes. He holds the LC certification from the NCQLP, is an active member of the Illuminating Engineering Society, is certified in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and is a certified trainer for Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Effective People.
This program is designed for industry professionals, facility managers, consultants, architects, interior designers, sales representatives, distributors, engineers, and lighting designers who are interested in gaining a better understanding of lighting control protocols and applications. Please share this invite with your friends, coworkers, and clients.
Walk-ins are always welcome, but please RSVP so the appropriate room accommodations can be made. RSVP no later than Tuesday, November 14, 2017.
A LOOK AHEAD
December 7th: Society/EP Social (O’Connor Brewing)
Interstate 264 to Independence Blvd. North exit. Continue on Independence Blvd. and turn right at the third light, Commerce St. The Westin is on the right. Continue to the end of the block and turn right for parking garage entrance.
WANT MORE INFO?
For information on how to further your participation with the IES by membership or involvement with the local Tidewater Section, contact our president, Jeremy Gruzd by e-mail [email protected] Or just talk to any one of our local officers or board of managers at the next meeting. Look for the black and yellow nametags!
Hope to see you there!
IES Tidewater Vice President
$35.00 Member and Non-member