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Monday, August 31 • 5:30pm - 5:45pm
Occupancy Sensor Test Condition Prototypes

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Occupancy and vacancy sensors have been widely adopted as an energy-saving strategy in buildings, yet published test methods for reproducibly characterizing their performance remain few and limited in their sophistication. Motivated by a desire to fairly characterize new technologies that continue to enter the market and claim not only improved occupancy detection but, in some cases, additional capabilities (e.g., the ability to measure traffic or discern between different object types), this poster presents test condition prototypes for a future test method that might employ suggestions derived from a literature review. This literature review identified and consolidated test conditions for characterizing sensor performance in indoor spaces and identified apparent test method gaps that need to be filled in order to evaluate emerging technologies and products.

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Benjamin Feagin

Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Mr. Feagin joined PNNL in 2018 as a Research Engineer following sixteen years in the lighting industry. Prior to PNNL, Mr. Feagin has held positions as a Custom Lighting & Controls Engineer for an architainment company, a Lighting Design Practice Leader for a multinational architecture... Read More →


Monday August 31, 2020 5:30pm - 5:45pm EDT
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