InfoComm Releases AV Energy Management Standard
Jun 26, 2012 3:11 PM
InfoComm International's latest standard, 4 :2012 Audiovisual Systems Energy Management, has been approved by the InfoComm Board of Directors and submitted to ANSI for approval. This standard defines and prescribes processes and requirements for ongoing power-consumption management of the audiovisual (AV) system.
The standard, 4 :2012 Audiovisual Systems Energy Management, identifies requirements for the control and continuous monitoring of electrical power for audiovisual systems, conserving power whenever possible, and operating components at the lowest power-consuming state possible without compromising the system’s performance for the needs of the user. Audiovisual systems in conformance with the standard will meet the defined requirements for automation, measurement, analysis, and training. A one-page overview can be found at infocomm.org/standards.
InfoComm thanks the following subject matter experts for their leadership in developing this standard:
- Matthew Kosel, CTS-D, CTS-I, Spinitar (Moderator)
- David Barnett, CTS-D, The Sextant Group
- Steven Greenblatt, CTS, Control Concepts Inc.
- Jacob Jackson, CAP, Assurity Design Group
- Rahul Karnik, St. John's University
- Christopher Maione, CTS-D, Christopher Maione Associates
- Peter Pekurar, CQE, CET, Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc.
- Jonathan Rutledge, CTS, AMX Corporation
- Bob Schluter, Middle Atlantic Products, Inc.
- Jennifer Willard, CTS, Administrative Office of the Courts of California
- Scott Woolley, CTS, RCDD, LDS Church
The standard will be available in July at the IHS standards store at global.ihs.com or from ANSI at webstore.ansi.org.
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