Thu Oct 18 2018
3041 N Mayfair Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53222
Honoring our IES Chapter 38 Past Presidents
Optical Design for Architectural Lighting
Every optical design application has a set of standards by which it is judged. Sometimes, these standards are written (IES publications) with recommended quantities which are highly dependent on photometric measurements. Such standards include the Luminaire Classification System of BUG rating (TM-15) and the lumens/W. These are relatively straightforward for incorporating them into lighting ordinances and energy codes. Yet, there are some instances where photometry may be an insufficient guideline, neglecting to indicate glare or beam uniformity, since a photocell can never duplicate our visual response. Only a luminaire mock-up can reveal to the specifier what the photometric report cannot. Further, it is possible the advent of LED lowered these aesthetic considerations by which good lighting is judged. This presentation will attempt to navigate these tricky subjective and aesthetic considerations through a series of concrete examples from the presenter’s 24 years of optical design experience.
Wailam Wilson, LC. Senior Engineer – Optical Design at ConTech Lighting
Wailam Wilson’s lighting education was done at Univ of Colorado (under Prof David DiLaura) and Univ of London (under David Low). Over the course of 2-plus decades she designed optics for Hubbell (Prescolite), Eaton (Cooper Lighting), and Leviton (ConTech Lighting) for both indoor and outdoor application. She has designed for most lamp sources but only LEDs in the last decade. The manufacturing processes used to make these optics include: injection molding, lens extrusion, glass molding, reflector spinning, segmented optics, and hydroforming. Industry recognition include SSL-PIA, Lightfair Innovation Award, and Progress Report selection.
Option #1: Petit Filet served with au jus, button mushrooms, and potatoes
Option #2: Chicken Normandy – Boneless chicken breast baked over homemade dressing with whipped potatoes and gravy
Option #3: Baked Cod served with potatoes and vegetables
Free/Past President of IES Chapter 38 (you know who you are)
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Social Hour starts at 5:30, dinner will begin at 6pm with the program beginning shortly thereafter.
Please RSVP below by NOON on Monday, October 15th, 2018.
ALL attendees must RSVP even if you are attending for free so we have an accurate dinner count. We cannot guarantee space or dinner for anyone who shows up unannounced.
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