IES November Luncheon Topic:

Class and Zone Ratings for Industrial Lighting

"This presentation will discuss important information when dealing with Hazardous Location areas, targeting the lighting specifically."

 

Speaker:James Galea

Director - Dialight Canada

"James has over 25 years of experience in the Canadian electrical industry having worked at both in the distributor and manufacturing sectors.

He holds an MBA from Queen’s University in Kingston and currently resides in Toronto."

IES Chapter 053 November Luncheon

CLASS and Zone Ratings for

Industrial Lighting

 

Wednesday, Nov.15th, 2017

11:45am - 1:30pm

Victoria Inn, 1808 Wellington Avenue

$30 members / $35 non-members

 

"RSVP by Nov.10th  to manager@winnipeg.iesna.net, 

if not using Eventbrite"


2017 Emerging Professional Event

 

Date:  Tuesday October 24, 2017

Time:  5:00pm to 7:00pm

Location:  Flee Whiskeys, 608 Erin St., (Corner of Portage and Erin)

Plenty of free parking or easy Transit bus access

Cost:  $0.00(how can you beat that?)

Please RSVP to Walter Gretschmann by email by noon, October 20th, 2017.

wgretschmann@hydro.mb.ca

 

We are taking this opportunity to extend an invitation to all Emerging Professionals in the Lighting industry in Manitoba.

So who is an EP?

Any professional who has been in the lighting industry for less than five years.  This includes designers, architects, engineers, contractors, wholesalers, marketing professionals, lighting sales professionals, energy sales professionals, energy managers, college students, or university students.  If you are interested in lighting and lighting design you are welcome to join us.

The IES Winnipeg Section Executive would like to meet you all at casual “Meet and Great”, OK “wings and beer”, at Flee Whiskeys at the corner of Portage and Erin.

Members of the current executive will be there and we will be providing food, drink, and a couple of pool tables on October 24th, from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM, after that you are on your own.

We would like it if you all to stop by for a bit, share a drink, a little food, get to meet some of the other EPs, and find out a little more about what the IES is doing in Winnipeg, and the professional development opportunities that exist for you by being involved in the IES.

If you are not an EP, but know of someone who is and could benefit from being involved in the IES, please forward this invitation on to them also!


2017 INTRODUCTION TO LIGHT & LIGHTING
Formerly ED-50

Introduction to Light and Lighting Seminar
 
Almost everybody is aware of the importance of lighting to their work, leisure and play.  They know it contributes to the beauty of their homes, safety of their streets and comfort of their work places.
 
To most people, lighting is either adequate or not.  It is either an unknown science or it is mysterious, technically complicated subject.  Yet many would like to know more about it without it being involved in a lot of time or study.
 
If this is you, then the “Introduction to Light and Lighting” seminar is for you.  You will get an Introduction to:  What is light?  How is it measured?  How does your physiology deal with light?  
You will get an introduction to CCT, CRI, light spectrum, light sources and how that influences us in our daily environments.  You will get an overview of the various lighting technologies with their pros and cons, and understand their evolution to the current technology, the LED.
 
If you have already taken this course, please pass this information on to anyone you know who may have an interest in learning more about light and lighting.

Date:  Wednesday October 25, 2017
Time:  9:00am to 3:30pm
Location:  Victoria Inn, 1808 Wellington Ave., Embassy “A”
Cost:  $200 for members, $300 for non-members, $50 for students
 
Reserve registration with Walter Gretschmann by email at
ies.edu.chair@gmail.com
 
Payment is required before the start of the program. Please bring payment with you at the start of the day or make arrangements directly with Walter.


IES Winnipeg Chapter September Luncheon 

Manitoba Hydro HID to led street light conversions

Wednesday, Sept.20, 2017

11:45am - 1:00pm

Victoria Inn, 1808 Wellington Avenue

$30 members / $35 non-members

RSVP by Sept.18th  to manager@winnipeg.iesna.net

“Manitoba Hydro is currently engaged in the replacement of all HID Street Lighting luminaires with LED versions in the province of Manitoba.  In all a total of over 130,000 luminaires will be replaced from the small 70W HPS used in back lanes to the 1000W MH on the top of 100’ poles.  Come out and hear the all about the project, its benefits, challenges, problems and victories.  Sam Fay, Project Coordinator will be sharing his experience as he is leading Manitoba Hydro through the conversion process.”

 

Speaker”  Sam Fay CPA, CMA, MBA – Project Coordinator Roadway Lighting Conversion Program


Emerging Professional Sponsorship

EP Sponsorship Funds still available!

Emerging Professionals Sponsorship deadline has been extended until Friday, May.5th.  For more information, please use the following link



The deadline for team and sponsorship entry is May.25th, 2017. There are still team entries and sponsorship opportunities available. Further information for each are below

2017 IES Golf classic

May.25th 2017 Entry Deadline!!


Manitoba hydro's commercial lighting program

RSVP by April 15 to manager@winnipeg.iesna.net

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

11:45am - 1:00pm

Victoria Inn, 1808 Wellington Avenue

$30 members / $35 non-members

 

 

Manitoba Hydro’s Commercial Lighting Program (CLP) offers a range of financial incentives to make energy efficient lighting upgrades very affordable. Join us to walk through the totally revised CLP application form and new appendices. Be advised of changes and additions to incentive amounts. Follow along for a review of how to participate in the program. See the future plans of the CLP..

Speaker: Walter Gretschmann


Circadian rhythm & Lighting control

Understand what your natural circadian rhythm is and how lighting control can affect it. Learn about the control options available to trick or match the circadian rhythm. Discover the interfaces available for manual override and programming. Preview the Well Building Standards.

Speaker: Andrew Gross


tm-30 overview

What is TM-30 and how to use it; this seminar explains the how TM-30 evaluates color rendition with better science than CRI.

Speaker: Amy Weinberg, LC


0-10V DIMMING

 

Seminar PDF unavailable

 

0-10V dimming is one of the earliest electronic lighting control signaling systems and is still relevant today. This seminar explains what it is and when to use it.

Speaker: Wayne Edel