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Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupt (AFCI) Receptacle Training Mini-App

The Arc-Fault Circuit Interrupt (AFCI) Receptacle Training Mini-App provides an introduction to the Leviton arc-fault receptacle by explaining the causes, types, and dangers of arc-faults, the changes in the National Electrical Code® that mandate AFCI receptacle installation, as well as other important information for installing these important devices.

Basic Requirements, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Systems, Occupant Interface, Safety, Technology, Technology Solutions
ASAP Lighting Control Designer

The ASAP Lighting Control Designer Program was created to assist lighting control system designers in lying out and specifying systems. The program is also used by Leviton sales professionals to assist in the design, specification, and order entry process. This course covers many aspects of the ASAP application using a tutorial approach.

Best Practices and Innovation, Building Exterior, Building Interior, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Infrastructure Systems, Occupant Interface, Safety, Technology, Technology Solutions
ASHRAE 189.1-2011 Sustainability Standard

This narrated presentation provides an overview of this standard, differentiates between mandatory, prescriptive and performance requirements and discusses the lighting-related provisions within 189.1-2011.

Background, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Implementation, Regulations and Requirements, Sustainability, Technology, Technology Solutions
ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Energy Code Lighting Provisions

This narrated presentation discusses the overall structure of the 90.1 energy code and the lighting related provisions of the 2007 version.

Background, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Regulations and Requirements, Sustainability, Technology, Technology Solutions
ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Energy Code Lighting Provisions

This narrated presentation discusses the overall structure of the 90.1 energy code and the lighting related provisions of the 2010 version.

Background, Best Practices and Innovation, Building Systems, Design, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Regulations and Requirements, Sustainability, Technology, Technology Solutions
Buck-Boost Transformers – HPS Universal

This course will cover: what a Buck-Boost transformer is, differences between Buck-Boost transformers and isolating transformers, and online buck-boost selector tools.

Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Other Facility Systems, Technology, Technology Solutions
Building Controls I: An Introduction to Building Controls

Have you ever been in a meeting in a conference room where the room was just too hot? Or too cold? Did you find it uncomfortable and hard to concentrate? Have you ever considered how much money is wasted when things like that are not addressed? What’s the solution? The control system within a building is very important to the energy efficiency of the building, and also to the comfort of the building’s occupants. In this class, we will learn a simple definition of a control system, learn the components of a control system, and describe some fundamental types of control and control loops.

The course link will take you to the Energy University landing page; if this is your first Energy University course, click “Join” and complete the form. Returning students can “Login” from the landing page. You can search for each course by title.

This course is accredited by: IEEE, USGBC, BPI, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL

Building Automation Systems, Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Operating and Maintaining HVAC Systems, Technology
Building Controls II: Control Sensors

Building control systems are important facets in any building’s energy management plan. They help avoid waste and save money. A vital component of a control system is the sensors that are incorporated into the system. We must measure what we wish to control. We need to have a way to make measurements accurately and repeatedly. Sensors measure the data that the controller uses to make decisions based on its set of programmed standards and set points. Sensors are the first step of control. This course provides an overview of the various sensors integrated in a building control system, and looks at the variety of designs and need for correct placement.

The course link will take you to the Energy University landing page; if this is your first Energy University course, click “Join” and complete the form. Returning students can “Login” from the landing page. You can search for each course by title.

This course is accredited by: IEEE, USGBC, BPI, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL

Building Automation Systems, Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Operating and Maintaining HVAC Systems, Technology
Building Controls III: Introduction to Control Loops.

The purpose of this course is to provide you with an overview of basic building control technology used in buildings, so that you will understand how building controls can contribute to energy efficiency. We will examine the five controller loop responses and review the terms associated with controller loop responses.

The course link will take you to the Energy University landing page; if this is your first Energy University course, click “Join” and complete the form. Returning students can “Login” from the landing page. You can search for each course by title.

This course is accredited by: IEEE, USGBC, BPI, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL

Building Automation Systems, Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Operating and Maintaining HVAC Systems, Technology
Building Controls IV: Two Position and Floating Responses

The purpose of this course is to examine the two-position response and the floating response. We’ll also spend some time working in an interactive example whereby you can simulate how changing a VAV box will affect static pressure and temperature in the environment.

The course link will take you to the Energy University landing page; if this is your first Energy University course, click “Join” and complete the form. Returning students can “Login” from the landing page. You can search for each course by title.

This course is accredited by: IEEE, USGBC, BPI, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL

Building Automation Systems, Building Systems, Facilities Operations and Management, Facilities Operations, Maintenance and Engineering, Operating and Maintaining Electrical and Mechanical Systems, Operating and Maintaining HVAC Systems, Technology
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