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As tunable light specification is growing, this session walks the audience through 1) information about LEDs and arrays for these fixtures, 2) practical applications and how-tos in the specification of tunable light projects, including the pairing of lighting with controls, and 3) a review of how tunable lighting should be covered in all typical contract documents.
- Learn the various tunable light solutions in the market.
- Practical applications for tunable light projects.
- Advantages and disadvantages of current controls solutions.
- Review of a specification checklist for tunable light projects.
Adam Carangi has had the distinct fortune of working in lighting for more than 20 years, and has experienced the industry from multiple vantage points. Having first started in lighting as a sales agent in Philadelphia, he decided to draw on his education and design background in art and architecture four years later and began to practice lighting design in 1998. In 2002, he co-founded BEAM, a full-service lighting design firm serving as its chief lighting designer for the first decade. BEAM is still operating today. In 2012, Adam chose to change the direction of his career, stepping away to pursue an interest in manufacturing. After spending almost four years with Juno Lighting Group as a Regional Specifications Sales Manager, Adam joined Lumenetix as Architectural Design + Specifications Director for North America in January 2016. This role allows him to more utilize his design skills, working with the lighting design community to further his belief that lighted environment.
Charles Knuffke is Systems Vice President and Evangelist for Legrand’s Wattstopper product line, focused on advancing the company’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) products. For the last 30+ years Charles has been an educator on controls, working in the field with engineers, contractors, distributors, and building owners to design, install, and start up lighting control systems for almost every type of commercial and industrial project. In addition, Charles has spent thousands of hours working with facility engineers ensuring that they are proficient on their systems and are using them to their fullest capabilities. Charles has also attended uncounted California Energy Commission meetings during the development of the various Title 24 Energy Codes to provide real world commentary to the policy makers and act as an ombudsman for his customers. Additionally, he is currently serving as the Vice Chair for LCA – the Lighting Controls Association.