Title: Audiovisual Systems Energy Management
Document Number: ANSI/INFOCOMM 4:2012
Type of Standard: Sustainability
Status: Under Review
Description: This internationally applicable standard addresses the control, monitoring, and use of electric power for audiovisual (AV) systems Power is conserved whenever possible using ongoing operational management, design principles, and component selection. AV systems that are managed in conformance with the Standard include education, bench marking, monitoring, and control. This Standard will help designers, specifiers, and installers of audiovisual systems provide users with AV systems that incorporate optimum energy efficiency while adhering to operational and functional requirements. Important! Errata has been issued for this standard. Please click here to view. Who should use this standard? Anyone who needs to incorporate or monitor energy efficiency in a permanently installed AV system.
Publication Date: June 2012
4:2012 is currently under revision.
View current development Information Keywords: Audiovisual, audiovisual system, automation, AV equipment, AV installation, AV system, baseline, components, conformance, control system, dashboard, energy management, energy, measurement, InfoComm, power, power consumption, power management, power monitoring, power states, standby
Task Group Members:
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
AVIXA's consensus standards development process is accredited by ANSI, a private, non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment systems. ANSI is the sole U.S. representative of the two major non-treaty international standards organizations, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and, via the U.S. National Committee (USNC), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). Accreditation by ANSI signifies that the procedures used by AVIXA in connection with the development of American National Standards meet the Institute's essential requirements for openness, balance, consensus, right to appeal, and due process.