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IES January Meeting -

"Who Needs Wires"

Illuminating Engineering Society (Raleigh Section)

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EST)

This presentation will cover the basics of wireless lighting controls, including the various wireless protocols, how wireless controls work, and how to apply wireless controls to everyday projects. 

 

Presenters: 

Jordan Steele, PE, LEED Green Associate
Southeast Regional Manager, Energy Management Controls & Automation
T: 214-683-1438
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
www.leviton.com | jsteele@leviton.com

Jordan Steele is the Southeast Regional Manager for Leviton’s Energy Management, Controls, & Automation group.  A 2002 graduate of Kansas State University with a BS in Architectural Engineering, he spent 8 years working as an electrical engineer in Dallas and New York before joining Leviton in 2010. Prior to managing the Southeast for Leviton, he worked as a Technical Specialist in the Dallas area, designing lighting control systems with Architects and Engineers.  Jordan maintains a Professional Engineering License in Texas and is a LEED Green Associate.

 

When: January 11, 2017 (Wednesday), 12Noon

 

PURCHASE REQUIRED: Please be aware that the Glenwood Golden Corral requires a lunch purchase by each attendee in exchange for the section using the room

2017 IES Illumination Awards
Open Submissions: January 1 - February 17, 2017

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The entry fee is only $125 per entry.

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