Please join us in welcoming back Charles Knuffke for an informative and engaging lecture about the new changes that are coming for Title 24 (effective Jan. 1, 2020). Additionally, the Chief Electrical Inspector for the City of Los Angeles will discuss what inspectors are looking for when complying with Title 24.
Louis Poulsen Showroom at the Helms Design Center
8745 Washington Blvd, Suite E
Culver City, CA 90232
IES Members (on-line): $35.00
Non Members (on-line): $40.00
IESLA Members (at door): $40.00
Non Members (at door): $45.00
IESLA wishes to thank Lutron for sponsoring this event
Charles is Systems Vice President and Evangelist for Legrand’s Wattstopper product line, focused on advancing the company’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) products. For the last 30+ years Charles has been an educator on controls, working in the field with engineers, contractors, distributors, and building owners to design, install, and start up lighting control systems for most every type of commercial and industrial project. Applications have run the gamut from simple standalone occupancy sensors in a space to networked lighting control systems for multi-building campuses. In addition, Charles has spent thousands of hours working with facility engineers ensuring that they are proficient on their systems and are using them to their fullest capabilities.
Charles has also attended uncounted California Energy Commission meetings during the development of the various Title 24 Energy Codes to provide real world commentary to the policy makers and act as an ombudsman for his customers. Additionally, he is currently serving as the Vice Chair for LCA – the Lighting Controls Association.
Mike is currently the Chief Electrical Inspector for the City of Los Angeles, Department of Building & Safety. He has been with the Department since 1981 and was a field inspector for 35 years. Within the last 3 years he has spent 1-1/2 years as a Principal Electrical Inspector and the last 1-1/2 years as the Chief Electrical Inspector. He is the co-chair of the LA County Electrical Technical Advisory Committee, and an active 35 year member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. Mr. Packard has also been an electrical code instructor for the North Orange County ROP.