The Lighting Industry’s Paradigm Shift to Energy
Shift to Energy Efficient Lighting.pdf
Lighting Presented By: David G. Wallace
Mr. Wallace has spent 41 years of his career participating in the management and
development of early stage companies, specifically in the field of high
technology computer electronic systems. He has extensive experience in sales &
marketing, P&L management, research and development, fund raising private and
venture capital equity, manufacturing, executive management, and corporate
governance. From 1995 to 2003, he was the founder, CEO and Chairman of Micro
Optics Design Corporation, a research, developer and manufacturer of lens
processing systems for ophthalmic laboratories worldwide. Most recently he has
been an active shareholder and Director of FiberSpace Inc. who successfully
developed and patented the laser loop back technology. He built AssistMed
Corporation providing electronic medical records business to the healthcare
industry, and National LED Inc. in the LED lighting business plus Brain Wave
which develops and patents solutions for the electrical trades.
From 1989 to 1995 Mr. Wallace co-founded, invested and participated as an
executive officer in a number of successful entrepreneurial ventures including
Paige Manufacturing which did an IPO on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 1992 for
the FlatPlug changing the grip test. Prior to 1989, Mr. Wallace held numerous
management and executive business development positions with key computer
companies that included Amdahl Corporation, Paradyne
Corporation, Lanpar Ltd., Bell Canada’s Computer Communications Group and
Patient Care - OESC and the Z32
here to download :
Patient Care - Nick Carter.pdf
Nick Carter, P.Eng., H.H. Angus & Associates Ltd.
Mr. Carter is a professional engineer in the Province of Ontario, a designated
consulting engineer and a principle in the firm of H. H. Angus and Associates
Limited, Consulting Engineers.
Mr. Carter graduated with honours from the University of Toronto in 1974 with a
Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He has worked in
the consulting engineering field for 34 years primarily on healthcare projects,
including an 11 year period with the Ministry of Health as a staff consultant.
In addition to working for the Ministry of Health, he was the chief electrical
engineer for a competitive consulting firm and he also operated his own
consulting engineering firm. Mr. Carter is a member of the IEEE, a member of the
technical committee for CSA standard C282 “Emergency Electrical Power Supply for
Buildings”. He is also a past member on three technical committees and four
sub-committees for other CSA standards, including Z32, “Electrical Safety and
Essential Electrical Systems in Health Care Facilities”. When employed by the
Ministry of Health, Nick conducted training sessions for Ontario Hydro’s
Electrical Inspectors on Section 24 of the electrical safety code, as well as
informational sessions for the Canadian Hospital Engineering Society.
Industrial-level GFCI protection as defined
Arc-flash protection made possible by light-sensing
here to download :IAEI
CSA April 6th Littelfuse Starco presentations.ppsx
Technical Sales Representative
Merv Savostianik, P.Eng.
Sales Engineering Manager
Transformers 101 – The 5 W’s about Transformers
Transformer history and basics
- Transformer Applications
- Things to look out with regard to installation and safety
- Transformers in the future
Click here to
download :Transformers 101.pdf
here to download :4
- T-LED - Lamps vs retrofit - Julian Mereuta.pdf
The quick market penetration of Tubular LED products in the North American
market has triggered a strong need for new safety requirements. The presentation
will include a description of the current and upcoming safety and performance
CSA standards applicable to T-LEDs in Canada.
The impact of relevant updates to
the Canadian Electrical Code (e.g. Class 2 power supply voltage limitation) will
also be covered.
Julian Mereuta, Project Manager, CSA Group
Julian Mereuta is a Project Manager in CSA Group’s Electrical Safety Program.
Mr. Mereuta joined the CSA Standards in December, 2008, with twelve years of
diverse project management experience for engineering and technical services
companies both internationally and in Canada.
As a CSA Project Manager for ICLP (Integrated Committee on Lighting
Products), Mr. Mereuta is responsible for the completion of project deliverables
for over fifty CSA Standards which include the development of Canadian National
Standards, the adoption of IEC / ISO international standards, and the
harmonization of North American standards (Canada – USA – Mexico) in the areas
of electrical safety for lighting products.