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									                                                                                                                               PG Lifelink
                                                                                                                            167 Gap Way
                                                                                                                       Erlanger KY 41018
                                                                                                                    Phone: 800-287-4123
                                                                                                                    Phone: 859-283-5900
                                                                                                                       Fax: 859-372-6272
                                                                                                             E-mail: sales@pglifelink.com
                                                                                                                       www.pglifelink.com

           This MANU-SPEC7 utilizes the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Project Resource Manual (PRM),
           including MasterFormat®, SectionFormatJ and PageFormatJ. A MANU-SPEC is a manufacturer-specific
           proprietary product specification using the proprietary method of specifying applicable to project specifications and
           master guide specifications. Optional text is indicated by brackets [ ]; delete optional text in final copy of
           specification. Specifier Notes precede specification text; delete notes in final copy of specification. Trade/brand
           names with appropriate product model numbers, styles and types are used in Specifier Notes and in the
           specification text Article titled “Acceptable Material.” Metric conversion, where used, is soft metric conversion.

           This MANU-SPEC specifies isolated power panels as manufactured by PG Lifelink for use in medical facilities.
           Revise MANU-SPEC section number and title below to suit project requirements, specification practices and section
           content. Refer to CSI MasterFormat for other section numbers and titles.


                                                           SECTION 26 26 00
                                                   POWER DISTRIBUTION PANELS
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SUMMARY
      A.    Section Includes: This Section specifies isolated power panels for use in medical facilities.

Specifier Note: Revise Paragraph below to suit project requirements. Add section numbers and titles per CSI MasterFormat and
specifier’s practice.

      B.    Related Requirements:

Specifier Note: Include in this Paragraph only those sections and documents that directly affect the work of this section. If a reader of
this section could reasonably expect to find a product or component specified in this section, but it is actually specified elsewhere, then
the related section number(s) should be listed in the Subparagraph below. Do not include Division 00 documents or Division 01
sections since it is assumed that all technical sections are related to all project Division 00 documents and Division 01 sections to some
degree. Refer to other documents with caution since referencing them may cause them to be considered part of the Contract.

            1.   Section [______].
1.02 REFERENCES

Specifier Note: Paragraph below may be omitted when specifying manufacturer’s proprietary products and recommended installation.
Retain References Paragraph when specifying products and installation by an industry reference standard. List retained standard(s)
referenced in this section alphabetically. Indicate issuing authority name, acronym, standard designation and title. Establish policy for
indicating edition date of standard referenced. Contract Conditions or Section 01 42 00 - References may establish the edition date of
standards. This Paragraph does not require compliance with standard(s), but is simply a listing of all references used in this section.
Only include here standards that are referenced in the body of the specification in PARTS 1, 2 and/or 3. Do not include references to
building codes at any level.

      A.    Reference Standards:
            1.   American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE):
                 a.    ANSI/IEEE C57.12.90 Standard Test Code for Liquid-Immersed Distribution, Power, and Regulating
                       Transformers.
            2.   National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
                 a.    NFPA 99 Standard for Health Care Facilities.
            3.   Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL):
                 a.    UL 1022 Line Isolation Monitors.
                 b.    UL 1047 Isolated Power Systems Equipment.
1.03 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
      A.    Coordination: Coordinate work of this Section with work of other trades for proper time and sequence in order to avoid
            construction delays. Comply with Section [01 31 00 - Project Management and Coordination].

Specifier Note: Add additional text to specify unusual or detailed coordination requirements affecting the work results of this Section.

            1.   [______].
      B.    Preinstallation Meetings: Conduct preinstallation meeting [one week] prior to commencing [work of this Section] [and] [on-
            site installations] in order to verify project requirements, substrate conditions and coordination with other building subtrades,
            and to review manufacturer’s installation instructions and manufacturer’s warranty requirements. Comply with Section [01
            31 19 - Project Meetings].

Specifier Note: Add additional text in order to describe requirements for meetings to coordinate products and techniques, and to
sequence related work for sensitive and complex items.

            1.   [______].
      C.    Sequencing: Sequence work of this section in accordance with [Section [01 12 16 - Work Sequence]] [and] [manufacturer’s
            written recommendations for sequencing construction operations].

Specifier Note: Specify additional text as required to describe the particular sequence of events required to coordinate work that must
be done in sequence with, or at the same time as, work in another section.

            1.   [______].
      D.    Scheduling: Schedule work of this Section in accordance with Section [01 32 13 - Scheduling of Work].

Specifier Note: Specify additional text to include requirements for coordinating work that requires unusual scheduling with work of other
sections.

            1.   [______].

Specifier Note: Article below includes submittal of relevant data to be furnished by Contractor before, during or after construction.
Coordinate this article with Architect’s and Contractor’s duties and responsibilities in Contract Conditions and Section 01 33 00 -
Submittal Procedures.

1.04 ACTION SUBMITTALS
      A.    General: Provide listed submittals in accordance with Contract Conditions and Section [01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures].
      B.    Product Data: Submit specified products as follows:
            1.   Manufacturer's product data.
            2.   Catalog pages illustrating products to be incorporated into project.
            3.   Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), if applicable.
      C.    Shop Drawings: Indicate information on shop drawings as follows:
            1.   Location of each panel.
            2.   kVA rating and primary and secondary voltages for each panel.
            3.   Number and configuration of accessories for each panel.
            4.   Location(s) of remote annunciators.
            5.   Mounting details.
            6.   Electrical connections and details.
1.05 INFORMATION SUBMITTALS

Specifier Note: Specify submittal of test reports or evaluation service reports intended to document required tests without repeating the
test requirements specified in Division 01.

      A.    General: Submit listed submittals in accordance with Contract Conditions and Section [01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures].
      B.    Test and Evaluation Reports:
            1.   Certified test reports showing compliance with specified performance characteristics and physical properties, if
                 applicable.

Specifier Note: Specify submittals intended to document manufacturer installation, storage and other instructions.
      C.    Manufacturer’s Instructions: Submit manufacturer’s storage, installation and start-up instructions.
      D.    Source Quality Control: Submit documentation verifying that panels specified in this Section are from a single manufacturer.

Specifier Note: Coordinate with Field Quality Control in PART 3. When manufacturer’s services are specified to verify installation during
construction operations, include following Paragraph for the submittal of instructions and reports. If no field inspections are required,
delete the following Paragraph.

      E.    Manufacturer’s Reports: Manufacturer=s field reports specified.
      F.    Qualification Statements:
            1.   Submit letter of verification for Manufacturer’s Qualifications.
            2.   Submit letter of verification for Installer’s Qualifications.
1.06 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS
      A.    General: Submit listed submittals in accordance with Contract Conditions and Section [01 33 00 - Submittal Procedures].
      B.    Operation and Maintenance Data:
            1.   Submit operation and maintenance data for installed products in accordance with Section [01 78 23 - Operation and
                 Maintenance Data]. Include:

Specifier Note: Edit or expand list of operation and maintenance data submittal inclusions to suit project requirements.

                 a.    Manufacturer’s instructions detailing maintenance requirements.
1.07 QUALITY ASSURANCE
      A.    Qualifications:
            1.   Panel Manufacturer:
                 a.    Having [5] years of experience manufacturing components similar to or exceeding requirements of project.
                 b.    Having sufficient capacity to produce and deliver required materials without causing delay in work.
                 c.    Capable of providing field service representation during construction.
            2.   Installer: Acceptable to the manufacturer, experienced in performing work of this section and has specialized in
                 installation of work similar to that required for this project.
            3.   Field Quality Control Tests and Inspections: Panel manufacturer.
            4.   System Start-Up: Panel manufacturer.

Specifier Note: Retain the following Paragraph when certification related to sustainability submittals is a project requirement.

      B.    Sustainability Standards Certification: Provide certification for [______] materials certified by [certification organization’s
            name] in accordance with [certification organizations standard].
1.08 DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING
      A.    Delivery and Acceptance Requirements:
            1.   Deliver material in accordance with Section [01 61 00 - Common Product Requirements] and in accordance with
                 manufacturer’s written instructions.
            2.   Deliver materials in manufacturer’s original packaging with identification labels intact and in sizes to suit project.
      B.    Storage and Handling Requirements:
            1.   Store materials protected from exposure to harmful weather conditions and at temperatures recommended by
                 manufacturer.
      C.    Packaging Waste Management:

Specifier Note: The disposal of packaging waste into landfill sites demonstrates an inefficient use of natural resources and consumes
valuable landfill space. Specifying appropriate packaging and construction waste management and disposal procedures may contribute
to points required for USGBC’s LEED7 construction project certification.

Specifier Note: Include the following Subparagraphs to specify information that will provide direction to the Contractor for the disposal of
construction waste materials using environmentally responsible methodology other than landfill resources.

            1.   Separate waste materials for [reuse] [and] [recycling] in accordance with Section [01 74 19 - Construction Waste
                 Management and Disposal].
Specifier Note: USGBC’s LEED7 certification includes credits for the diversion of construction waste from landfill. Diversion can be
tracked by either weight or volume but must be consistent for all materials. Manufacturer may reclaim packaging and delivery materials
for recycling.

            2.   Remove packaging materials from site and dispose of at appropriate recycling facilities.
            3.   Collect and separate for disposal [paper] [plastic] [polystyrene] [corrugated cardboard] packaging material [in
                 appropriate onsite bins] for recycling.
            4.   Fold metal and plastic banding, flatten and place in designated area for recycling.

Specifier Note: Add additional Subparagraphs to include pallets, crates, padding and other packing materials that are typically
associated with the specified products.

            5.   Remove:
                 a.    Pallets from site [and return to supplier or manufacturer].
                 b.    [______].
PART 2 PRODUCTS

Specifier Note: Retain Article below for proprietary method specification. Add product attributes, performance characteristics, material
standards and descriptions as applicable. Use of such phrases as “or equal,” “or approved equal” or similar phrases may cause
ambiguity in specifications. Such phrases require verification (procedural, legal and regulatory) and assignment of responsibility for
determining “or equal” products.

2.01 ISOLATED POWER PANELS
      A.    Manufacturer: PG Lifelink.
            1.   Contact: 167 Gap Way, Erlanger KY 41018; Telephone: 800-287-4123, 859-283-5900; Fax: 859-372-6272; E-mail:
                 sales@pglifelink.com; website: www.pglifelink.com.

Specifier Note: Substitution procedures must appear either in the Contract Conditions or in Section 01 25 00 - Substitution Procedures.
Do not include substitution procedures here.

            2.   Single Source Responsibility: Provide panels specified in this section from a single manufacturer.
            3.   Substitution Limitations:
                 a.    Substitutions: [In accordance with [Contract Conditions] [Section 01 25 00 - Substitution Procedures]] [No
                       substitutions permitted].

Specifier Note: Include an overall description of the system, assembly, product or material. Include required properties or characteristics
that do not obviously belong under other titles. Examples: Configuration, size and color.

      B.    Description:

Specifier Note: Paragraph below should list obligations for compliance with specific code requirements particular to this section.
General statements to comply with a particular code are typically addressed in Contract Conditions and Section 01 41 00 - Regulatory
Requirements. Repetitive statements should be avoided.

            1.   Regulatory Requirements:
                 a.    In accordance with Section [01 41 00 - Regulatory Requirements].
                 b.    [______].
            2.   Sustainability Characteristics:
                 a.    [______].
            3.   Compatibility:
                 a.    Ensure components and materials are compatible with specified accessories and adjacent materials.

Specifier Note: Performance characteristics are usually stated with some form of evaluation or verification. Performance usually, but not
universally, applies to systems and assemblies. Performance characteristics can include structural, safety, fire resistance, vapor
retardancy, acoustical, thermal, operational capacity and durability criteria.

      C.    Performance Criteria:
            1.   Comply with NFPA 99.
           2.    Comply with UL 1047.
           3.    Provide panels bearing the Listing Mark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
           4.    Maximum Design Sound Level Of Assembled Unit: Not more than 30 dB for 3 and 5 kVA, 35 dB for 7.5, 10 and 15
                 kVA when tested in accordance with ANSI/IEEE C57.12.90.
           5.    Maximum Front Panel Temperature Rise: Not more than 30 degrees C above ambient under full load continuous
                 operation in accordance with UL 1047.
           6.    Provide panels and transformers that will not affect normal operation of circuit breakers or Line Isolation Monitor (LIM)
                 from heat generated by the transformer under full load conditions.
           7.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Comply with UL 1022.
                 a.   Operating Voltage: 85 to 265 VAC.
                 b.   Operating Frequency: 50 and 60 Hz.
                 c.   Accuracy: 5 percent at rated voltage.
                 d.   Monitor Hazard Current (MHC): 25 μA, maximum.
                 e.   Total Hazard Current (THC) Range: 0 - 5mA (0 - 2mA selectable).
                 f.   Self-Test/Calibration Sequence: To initiate automatically according to user-defined schedule, with default of once
                      per hour.
           8.    Hospital Isolation Transformer:
                 a.   Regulation: Not to exceed 3% at 0.8 power factor at 20 degrees C above the full load continuous operating
                      temperature in accordance with ANSI/IEEE C57.12.90.
                 b.   Insulation System: 220 degrees C, UL recognized.
                 c.   Rated Temperature Rise: 115 degrees C above ambient under full load conditions when tested in accordance
                      with ANSI/IEEE C57.12.90.
           9.    Circuit Breakers: 2 pole type with interrupting rating of 10,000 amperes, minimum.

Specifier Note: Select model(s) and ratings below to comply with project requirements. If several models are required with various
ratings, consider creating designators and a schedule to be included at the end of this section or on the drawings.

      D.   Model IDP:
           1.    Transformer Size, kVA: [3] [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated on the drawings].
           2.    Primary Voltage, VAC: [120] [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the drawings].
           3.    Secondary Voltage, VAC: [120] [208] [220] [240] [As indicated on the drawings].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model IDP can be
configured with up to 16 branch circuit breakers.

           4.    Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           5.    Circuit Breaker Manufacturer: [Eaton C-H] [GE] [Siemens] [Square-D].
           6.    Mounting: [Flush] [Surface].
           7.    Front: [Non-Vented] [Vented].
           8.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Mark V.
           9.    Options:

Specifier Note: Retain panel options below to comply with project requirements.

                 a.   50 Hz frequency.
                 b.   LIM-Connect Line Isolation Monitoring Management Software.
                 c.   Load monitor.
                 d.   Secondary main breaker.
                 e.   Transformer over-temperature alarm.

Specifier Note: Retain Subparagraph below when isolated power panel(s) are located outside the area being served. Specify product
model(s) as needed to meet project requirements.
                 f.    Remote Annunciator(s): Provide one for each LIM present and with front trim to match panel front. Insert item
                       number if specifying Model DMRA Master.
                       1)   Model(s): [DRA-1] [DRA-VS] [DMRA- [_______] Master].
           10.   IDP Panel Required Accessories:

Specifier Note: Insert item numbers for required accessories below to conform to project requirements.

                 a.    Master Ground Modules: [______].
                 b.    Ground Modules: [______].
                 c.    Ground Cord Assemblies: [______].
                 d.    Power and Ground Modules/Remote Receptacles: [______].
                 e.    Power and Ground Modules with Back Boxes: [______].
      E.   Model IDC:
           1.    Transformer Size, kVA: [3] [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated].
           2.    Primary Voltage, VAC: [120] [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the drawings].
           3.    Secondary Voltage, VAC: [120] [208] [220] [240] [As indicated on the drawings].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model IDC can be
configured with up to 16 branch circuit breakers.

           4.    Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           5.    Circuit Breaker Manufacturer: [Eaton C-H] [GE] [Siemens] [Square-D].
           6.    Mounting: [Flush] [Surface].
           7.    Front: [Non-Vented] [Vented].
           8.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Mark V.
           9.    Options:

Specifier Note: Retain panel options below to comply with project requirements.

                 a.    50 Hz frequency.
                 b.    LIM-Connect Line Isolation Monitoring Management Software.
                 c.    Load monitor.
                 d.    Secondary main breaker.
                 e.    Temperature alarm.

Specifier Note: Retain Subparagraph below when isolated power panel(s) are located outside the area being served. Specify product
model(s) as needed to meet project requirements.

                 f.    Remote Annunciator(s): Provide one for each LIM present and with front trim to match panel front. Insert item
                       number if specifying Model DMRA Master.
                       1)   Model(s): [DRA-1] [DRA-VS] [DMRA- [_______] Master].
           10.   IDC Panel Required Accessories:

Specifier Note: Insert item numbers for required accessories below to conform to project requirements.

                 a.    Master Ground Modules: [______].
                 b.    Ground Modules: [______].
                 c.    Ground Cord Assemblies: [______].
                 d.    Power and Ground Modules/Remote Receptacles: [______].
                 e.    Power and Ground Modules with Back Boxes: [______].
      F.   Model DIDP Duplex:
           1.    Left Transformer Size, kVA: [3] [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated].
                  a.        Left Side Primary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the drawings].
                  b.        Left Side Secondary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [As indicated on the drawings].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model DIDP can be
configured with up to 16 branch circuit breakers.

                  c.        Left Side Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           2.    Right Transformer Size, kVA: [3] [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated].
                  a.        Right Side Primary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the
                            drawings].
                  b.        Right Side Secondary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [As indicated on the drawings].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model DIDP can be
configured with up to 16 branch circuit breakers.

                  c.        Right Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           3.    Circuit Breaker Manufacturer: [Eaton C-H] [GE] [Siemens] [Square-D].
           4.    Mounting: [Flush] [Surface].
           5.    Front: [Non-Vented] [Vented].
           6.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Mark V.
           7.    Options:

Specifier Note: Retain panel options below to comply with project requirements.

                 a.    50 Hz frequency.
                 b.    LIM-Connect Line Isolation Monitoring Management Software.
                 c.    Load monitor.
                 d.    Secondary main breaker.
                 e.    Temperature alarm.

Specifier Note: Retain Subparagraph below when isolated power panel(s) are located outside the area being served. Specify product
model(s) as needed to meet project requirements.

                 f.    Remote Annunciator(s): Provide one for each LIM present and with front trim to match panel front. Insert item
                       number if specifying Model DMRA Master.
                       1)   Model(s): [DRA-1] [DRA-VS] [DMRA- [_______] Master].
           8.    DIDP Duplex Required Accessories:

Specifier Note: Insert item numbers for required accessories below to conform to project requirements.

                 a.    Master Ground Modules: [______].
                 b.    Ground Modules: [______].
                 c.    Ground Cord Assemblies: [______].
                 d.    Power and Ground Modules/Remote Receptacles: [______].
                 e.    Power and Ground Modules with Back Boxes: [______].
      G.   Model XTLD Dual Voltage:
           1.    Primary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the drawings].
           2.    High Side Secondary Winding kVA Rating: [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated on the drawings].
           3.    High Side Secondary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [208] [220] [240] [As indicated on the drawings].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model XTLD Dual
Voltage can be configured with up to 12 branch circuit breakers.

           4.    High Side Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           5.    Low Side Secondary Winding kVA Rating: [5] [7.5] [10] [15] [As indicated on the drawings].
           6.    Low Side Secondary Voltage, VAC: [110] [120] [As indicated on the drawings].
Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model XTLD Dual
Voltage can be configured with up to 16 branch circuit breakers.

           7.    High Side Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           8.    Circuit Breaker Manufacturer: [Eaton C-H] [GE] [Siemens] [Square-D].
           9.    Mounting: [Flush] [Surface].
           10.   Front: [Non-Vented] [Vented].
           11.   Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Mark V.
           12.   Options:

Specifier Note: Retain panel options below to comply with project requirements.

                 a.   50 Hz frequency.
                 b.   LIM-Connect Line Isolation Monitoring Management Software.
                 c.   Load monitor.
                 d.   Secondary main breaker.
                 e.   Temperature alarm.

Specifier Note: Retain Subparagraph below when isolated power panel(s) are located outside the area being served. Specify product
model(s) as needed to meet project requirements.

                 f.   Remote Annunciator(s): Provide one for each LIM present and with front trim to match panel front. Insert item
                      number if specifying Model DMRA Master.
                      1)    Model(s): [DRA-1] [DRA-VS] [DMRA- [_______] Master].
           13.   XTLD Dual Voltage Required Accessories:

Specifier Note: Insert item numbers for required accessories below to conform to project requirements.

                 a.   Master Ground Modules: [______].
                 b.   Ground Modules: [______].
                 c.   Ground Cord Assemblies: [______].
                 d.   Power and Ground Modules/Remote Receptacles: [______].
                 e.   Power and Ground Modules with Back Boxes: [______].
      H.   Model XTL Laser and X-Ray Isolation Panel:

Specifier Note: Laser and X-Ray Isolation Panels include up to 12 each branch circuits for portable laser devices. Each circuit requires
a compatible Laser Outlet Panel with door-activated switch to activate PLC-controlled contactors inside the Laser Panel and to
annunciate the status of the LIM inside each area served. Maximum number of simultaneously energized circuits is limited by PLC to
avoid accidental system overload. Laser Panel should be located in an area convenient to all rooms served in order to achieve minimal
branch circuit length.

           1.    Provide one outlet panel for each branch circuit of the laser panel.
           2.    Transformer Size, kVA: [15] [25] [As indicated on the drawings].
           3.    Primary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [277] [480] [As indicated on the drawings].
           4.    Secondary Voltage, VAC: Single phase, [120] [208] [220] [240] [As indicated].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model XTL Laser
Panel can be configured with up to 12 branch circuit breakers.

           5.    Branch Circuit Breakers: [______] [As indicated on the drawings].
           6.    Circuit Breaker Manufacturer: [Eaton C-H] [GE] [Siemens] [Square-D].
           7.    Mounting: [Flush] [Surface].
           8.    Front: [Non-Vented] [Vented].

Specifier Note: Make selections below to conform to the configuration required to comply with project requirements. Model XTL Laser
Panel can be configured with up to twelve 60A contactors or without any 60A contactors.
           9.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Mark V.
           10.   Logic Lock-Out Control: [Lock-out] [No lock-out].
           11.   Options:

Specifier Note: Specify panel options below to comply with project requirements.

                 a.     50 Hz frequency.
                 b.     LIM-Connect Line Isolation Monitoring Management Software.
                 c.     Load monitor.
                 d.     Secondary main breaker.
                 e.     Temperature alarm.

Specifier Note: Specify remote outlet accessories below as needed to meet project requirements.

           12.   Remote Outlet Accessories:
                 a.     Laser Outlet [with] [Plug Control] [and] [DRA-1 Remote] [DRA-VS Remote].
                 b.     X-Ray Outlet [with] [Plug Control] [and] [DRA-1 Remote] [DRA-VS Remote].
           13.   XTL Laser and X-Ray Isolation Panel Required Accessories:

Specifier Note: Insert item numbers for required accessories below to conform to project requirements.

                 a.     Master Ground Modules: [______].
                 b.     Ground Modules: [______].
                 c.     Ground Cord Assemblies: [______].
                 d.     Power and Ground Modules/Remote Receptacles: [______].
                 e.     Power and Ground Modules with Back Boxes: [______].
      I.   Materials:
           1.    Panel Enclosure:
                 a.     Front Trim: 14 gauge 304 stainless steel, minimum, polished to #4 satin/brushed finish.
                 b.     Back Box Housing: 14 gauge A653 galvanized steel, minimum, with stainless steel trim.
           2.    Transformer Windings: Copper only.
           3.    Circuit Breakers: Provide a primary main circuit breaker for each isolated power panel transformer.
                 a.     Type: Bolt-on, thermal magnetic.
                 b.     Panelboard Bus Bars: Copper only.
      J.   Fabrication:
           1.    Flush Mounted Panels:
                 a.     1 inch return flange on all sides.
                 b.     Front trim with full length hinge for easy access during installation and testing.
                 c.     Hinged door with keyed lock for circuit breaker access.
           2.    Line Isolation Monitor (LIM):
                 a.     Flush mount on front of panel for accessibility and to ensure that LIM signals are clearly visible at all times and
                        unobscured by circuit breaker door.
                 b.     LCD User Interface:
                        1)   To display system status, selected range and line-to-line voltage.
                        2)   To provide access to user-selectable settings and time/date stamped event logs.
                 c.     Ports:
                        1)   Dry contact relay type.
                        2)   RS485 serial connection type.
                 d.     Loss-of-Ground Feature:
                        1)   Fabricate to activate audible and visual alarm if connection is lost with the reference ground of the isolated
                             power system being monitored.
                       2)    Display an error code in the digital display.
                 e.    Hazard Current Indication:
                       1)    Digital meter for digital indication.
                       2)    Graph-type indicator for analog indication, calibrated from 0 – 160% of the LIM alarm setting.
            3.   Hospital Isolation Transformer: Stacked core design and securely clamped and bolted.
                 a.    Primary and Secondary Windings:
                       1)    Ground to enclosure.
                       2)    Wind with an electrostatic shield between windings.
                 b.    Electrostatic Shield:
                       1)    Fabricate to prevent direct shorting of the primary winding to the secondary winding.
                       2)    Fabricate to reduce the coupling of harmonic distortions between primary circuits and secondary circuits.
                 c.    Core and Coils:
                       1)    Internally isolate from the enclosure by means of an acceptable vibration dampening system.
                       2)    Impregnate with varnish.
                       3)    Wrap with insulation to prevent exposure of bare conductors.
2.02 SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL

Specifier Note: Describe each test to be conducted. Include test method, sampling requirements, observation by independent
authorities (if any) and reporting requirements. Describe each inspection to be conducted, including method, personnel and reporting
requirements.

      A.    Tests and Inspections:

Specifier Note: Describe specific requirements for coordinating special inspections, such as providing access to authorities having
jurisdiction or other third parties.

            1.   Manufacturer Services.
            2.   [______].
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 EXAMINATION
      A.    Verification of Conditions: Verify that conditions of substrates previously installed under other sections or contracts are
            acceptable for product installation in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions prior to isolated power panel installation.
            1.   Inform [Owner] [Architect] [Consultant] of unacceptable conditions immediately upon discovery.
            2.   Proceed with installation only after unacceptable conditions have been remedied [and after receipt of written approval
                 from [Owner] [Architect] [Consultant]].
            3.   [______].

Specifier Note: Specify actions required to prepare the surface, area or site for incorporation of the section’s primary products. Describe
requirements for exposure or removal of existing assemblies, components, products or materials.

3.02 PREPARATION

Specifier Note: Specify preparatory work required prior to installation/application/erection of primary products.

      A.    Ensure structure or substrate is adequate to support isolated power panels.
      B.    Surface Preparation: Prepare surface in accordance with manufacturer’s written recommendations and coordinate with
            Section [01 71 00 - Examination and Preparation].
            1.   [______].

Specifier Note: Specify preparatory work, such as selective removal of existing work, required prior to execution of new work. Specify
requirements for exposure or removal of existing assemblies, components, products or materials.

      C.    Demolition/Removal:
            1.   [______].
3.03 INSTALLATION
      A.    Coordinate installation of isolated power panels in accordance with Section [01 73 19 - Installation].
      B.    Coordinate isolated power panel work with work of other trades for proper time and sequence to avoid construction delays.
      C.    Install isolated power panels plumb and level.
      D.    Accurately fit, align, securely fasten and install free from distortion or defects.
3.04 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

Specifier Note: Specify requirements for quality control and related quality assurance for onsite activities and installed materials,
manufactured units, equipment, components and accessories.

      A.    Tests and Inspections: Coordinate [field] [site] testing with Section [01 45 00 - Quality Control].
            1.   System:
                 a.    To be completed by representative of isolated power equipment manufacturer after completion of installation,
                       including final termination of all branch circuits and permanently wired equipment.
                 b.    Measure and record Fault Hazard Current and verify minimum 200,000 ohms impedance between each isolated
                       conductor and earth ground in accordance with NFPA99.
            2.   Line Isolation Monitor (LIM): Verify correct operation by simulating a combination resistive and capacitive fault on each
                 system panel of a magnitude high enough to bring the total system leakage above the calibrated point.
            3.   Receptacles: Check resistance between the ground point and the reference point of at least 10% of receptacles and
                 ensure it is less than 0.1 ohms. Check voltage potential difference between exposed conductive surfaces in the patient
                 vicinity to ensure it does not exceed 40 millivolts in compliance with NFPA 99
            4.   [______].

Specifier Note: Specify requirements if manufacturers are to provide field quality control with onsite personnel for instruction or
supervision of product installation, application, erection or construction. Manufacturer’s field reports are included under PART 1,
Submittals.

Specifier Note: Specify final actions required to prepare installed products to perform properly. Include the following Article only when
installation includes control settings or movable parts.

3.05 SYSTEM STARTUP
      A.    In accordance with panel manufacturer’s written instructions.
3.06 CLEANING
      A.    Perform cleanup in accordance with Section [01 74 00 - Cleaning and Waste Management] and Section [01 74 13 -
            Progress Cleaning].
      B.    Upon completion, remove surplus materials, rubbish, tools and equipment in accordance with Section [01 74 23 - Final
            Cleaning].

Specifier Note: Specify special measures needed to minimize waste, collect recyclable waste and dispose of or recycle field-generated
construction waste created during demolition, construction or final cleaning.

      C.    Waste Management:
            1.   Coordinate recycling of waste materials with Section [01 74 19 - Construction Waste Management and Disposal].
            2.   Collect recyclable waste and dispose of or recycle field generated construction waste created during demolition,
                 construction or final cleaning.
            3.   Remove recycling containers and bins from site.
            4.   [______].

Specifier Note: Specify requirements for demonstrating sequence of operations, general facility operation and facility maintenance
procedures, and for instructing and training owner on same.

3.07 CLOSEOUT ACTIVITIES

Specifier Note: Specify installer or manufacturer requirements for demonstrating proper equipment operation.

      A.    Demonstration and Training: Coordinate training with Section [01 79 00 - Demonstration and Training].
            1.   Coordinate requirements for isolated power panel training by manufacturer's representative in conjunction with System
                 Startup Testing with Section [01 79 00 - Demonstration and Training] [______].
            2.   Furnish log books to Owners maintenance department and instruct maintenance staff how to enter future readings.
            3.   Instruct the Owners’ personnel in the proper use and maintenance of equipment, including, but not limited to:
                 a.     Equipment operation.
                 b.     Procedure for periodic testing and logging test results.

Specifier Note: Specify or panel manufacturer requirements to train owner’s personnel in equipment operation and maintenance for
ongoing facility management and maintenance.

            4.   Instruct [Owner’s] designated maintenance personnel in care, adjustment and operation of isolated power panels.
            5.   Forward statement to [Owner] [Architect] [Consultant] countersigned by maintenance personnel confirming that these
                 instructions have been provided.

Specifier Note: Specify protection methods completed after installation but prior to acceptance by the owner. Protection of surrounding
areas and surfaces during application or installation is included under PART 3, Preparation. Include only statements unique to this
Section.

Specifier Note: Coordinate the following Article with Section 01 76 00 - Protecting Installed Construction.

3.08 PROTECTION
      A.    Protect installed product from damage during construction in accordance with Section [01 76 00 - Protecting Installed
            Construction].
      B.    Repair damage to adjacent materials caused by isolated power panel installation.
      C.    [______].

Specifier Note: Specify provisions for maintenance services as applicable to critical systems and equipment. Service agreements, if not
paid in advance, should be separate from the construction agreement to avoid delay of the final payment and holding the contract open
for extended periods.

3.09 MAINTENANCE
      A.    Coordinate maintenance requirements with Section [01 78 00 - Closeout Submittals] [01 93 13 - Facility Maintenance
            Procedures] [and] Section [01 78 23 - Operation and Maintenance Data].
      B.    [______].

Specifier Note: Specify attachments such as schedules, tables, illustrations or forms in this location if they are not incorporated directly
within the specification text.

3.010 ATTACHMENTS

Specifier Note: Schedules are sometimes placed in the specifications rather than on the drawings. Include schedules that indicate
item/element/product/equipment, location and other coordinating data.

      A.    Schedules:
            1.   [______].


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