PoE Lighting and Automation for Electrical Contractors

Dates & Times:
Session Type:

Pre-Convention Workshops

Location

SDCC

Room Number: 5A

Description

Cost: $125
For NECA Members Only – Register for Pre-Convention Workshops through the registration link for the convention. NECA Convention registration is NOT required to attend Pre-Convention Workshops.

This specialized course is designed for electrical industry professionals seeking general knowledge of Power over Ethernet (PoE) Lighting and Automation. PoE combines power and data delivery over balanced twisted pair cabling and connectivity, transforming the way we approach lighting systems. This course will provide you with the expertise needed to propose, sell and manage the installation of PoE Lighting Systems.

Speakers

  • Tyler Andrews Headshot

    Tyler Andrews

    PoE Texas

    Tyler is an influencer for Intelligent Buildings and Power Over Ethernet. He currently leads PoE Texas making technology accessible to facility owners with his unique mix of technical expertise, construction experience, and project management knowledge.  Having been a Project Manager and VP of Construction for more than fifteen years with ExxonMobil and iFLY, Tyler speaks and trains live and on YouTube about his project management experience and the importance of Power Over Ethernet in the new Intelligent Building.

  • Krueger is NECA’s Executive Director of Codes and Standards. He has worked in the electrical industry for over 25 years as an Inside Wireman, AHJ, and Educator. Kyle currently represents NECA on the NEC® Correlating Committee, Code Making Panel-3, NFPA 72 Correlating Committee, NFPA’s Electrical Section Executive Board, IAEI Board of Directors, and the UL Electrical Council.

  • Dave Dressler Headshot

    Dave Dressler

    MN Statewide Limited Energy JATC

    Dave Dressler is the Training Director for the Minnesota Statewide Limited Energy JATC. Dave has been involved in the Limited Energy industry for nearly 30 years. He is a Technical Committee member for the NFPA 72, 730/731 and a member of the Limited Energy Curriculum Committee for the Electrical Training ALLIANCE.