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					09/16/2012 – Ver. 1.3.1                                                                                  Philips Lighting Electronics N.A.



                                                          SECTION 16580
                                                    LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM

         PART 1 - GENERAL
         1.01      Summary
                   A. Provide Architectural Dimming and Control equipment as specified herein and as shown
                      on the schedules and drawings. Installing contractor shall receive, place, connect, and
                      mount all equipment specified in this Section per the manufacturer’s instructions. Installing
                      contractor shall furnish all hardware, wire, conduit, connectors, and other necessary items
                      as required for a complete and functional lighting and control system.
                   B. Prime electrical contractor shall connect power feed and load circuits to the new dimming
                      and control system.
                   C. Related Sections:
                      1. Section 16000 Electrical
                      2. Section 1xxxx Theatrical Lighting and Control
                                                   (Edit /Delete above list of Sections as necessary).


         1.02      Acceptable Manufacturers
                   A. Philips Lighting Electronics
                          Address:        10275 West Higgins Road
                                          Rosemont, IL 60018
                          Telephone:      800.526.2731 (central time zone)
                          Website:        www.PhilipsLightingControls.com
                   B. The listing of a manufacturer as acceptable does not imply automatic approval. It is the
                      sole responsibility of the electrical contractor to ensure compatibility of submitted products
                      to other sections of the specification.
                   C. Substitutions: No substitutions permitted. Any substitutions shall be at the electrical
                      contractor’s expense including design modifications or compatibility complications that
                      may arise from acceptance of unapproved substitutions.

         1.03      Manufacturer Qualifications
                   A. Shall have the ability to package lighting controls, fixtures, lamps, and drivers (ballasts)
                      from a single manufacturer and distribute shades and shade control from a qualified third
                      party.
                   B. Manufacture shall have greater than 100 years of lamp and electrical manufacturing
                      experience.
                   C. Perform controls manufacturing, warranty support, and sales in: United States, Canada,
                      Australia, China, France, Germany, and the U.K. at a minimum -- with fulltime service
                      personal employed by the manufacturer in each location.
                   D. Shall warranty all controls equipment to be free of defects in workmanship and materials
                      for three (3) years from date of shipment. Warranty service shall be defined as any failure
                      to equipment during standard operation as defined by the equipment’s specification or
                      user guide.

         1.04      Design
                   A. Alternate manufacturer(s) shall furnish a one-line system drawing of the system design
                      upon bid proposal.
                   B. Upon completion of project the manufacturer shall furnish as-built one-line system
                      drawings and all pertinent instruction manuals and datasheets to the end user within 120
                      days of signed completion of the project by the owner or owner’s representative.
                   C. Should commissioning be required per contract, end user training of the maintenance and
                      operation of the equipment shall be provided by the manufacture or manufacturer’s
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                          representative following the completion of the commissioning of the project (per contract
                          specification).

         1.05      Standards
                   A. All products with power terminals wiring directly to power systems or branch circuits above
                      49VAC shall be Listed or Recognized as applicable by a Nationally Recognized Testing
                      Laboratory (NRTL).
                   B. Standards listed by reference, including revisions by issuing authority, form a part of this
                      specification section to extent indicated. Standards listed are identified by issuing
                      authority, authority abbreviation, designation number, title, or other designation
                      established by issuing authority. Standards subsequently referenced herein are referred to
                      by issuing authority abbreviation and standard designation.
                   C. Reference Standards may include but are not limited to the following:
                      1. Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
                           a. UL 508       Industrial Control Equipment
                           b. UL 508a Industrial Control Panels
                           c. UL 891       Dead-Front Switchboards
                           d. UL 916       Energy Management Equipment
                           e. UL 2043 Standard for Safety Fire Test for Heat and Visible Smoke Release
                      2. ANSI/PLASA American National Standards Institute
                           a. ANSI/NFPA 70 The National Electrical Code
                           b. ANSI E1.11–2008 Entertainment Technology - USITT DMX512-A, Asynchronous
                               Serial Digital Data Transmission Standard for Controlling Lighting Equipment and
                               Accessories
                           c. ANSI E1.17–2010 Entertainment Technology - Architecture for Control Networks
                               (ACN)
                           d. ANSI E1.20–2010 Entertainment Technology - RDM-Remote Device
                               Management over USITT DMX512 Networks
                           e. ANSI E1.31 Entertainment Technology - Lightweight Streaming Protocol for
                               Transport of DMX512 using ACN
                           f. ANSI E1.27-1-2006 (R2011) Entertainment Technology - Standard for Portable
                               Control Cables for Use with USITT DMX512/1990 and E1.11 (DMX512-A)
                               Products
                           g. ANSI E1.27-2 – 2009 Entertainment Technology - Recommended Practice for
                               Permanently Installed Control Cables for Use with ANSI E1.11 (DMX512-A) and
                               USITT DMX512/1990 Products
                           h. ANSI E1.3-2001 (R2011) Entertainment Technology - Lighting Control Systems -
                               0 to 10V Analog Control Specification
                      3. ANSI/NEMA
                           a. ANSI/NEMA C82.11-2002 High Frequency Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts - Annex A
                               Low Voltage Control Interface for Controllable Ballasts.
                      4. ANSI TIA/EIA
                           a. TIA-232-F - Interface Between Data Terminal Equipment and Data Circuit-
                               Terminating Equipment Employing Serial Binary Data Interchange.
                           b. TIA-485-A - Electrical Characteristics of Generators and Receivers for Use in
                               Balanced Digital Multipoint Systems
                      5. Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
                           a. IEEE 802.3       CSMA/CD (ETHERNET)
                      6. Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE)
                           a. SMPTE 12M- Television - Time and Control Code
                   D. All projects shall conform to International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety (ICES)
                      and FCC Part 15 for electronic emissions.
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         PART 2 - PRODUCTS
         2.01      DE/DSE Series Enclosures
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DE Series Load Controller Enclosures shall be designed to house DIN rail
                         mounted equipment and have provisions for proper spacing (per UL508a) to
                         accommodate low voltage control cable and high voltage power wiring.
                      2. Enclosures shall exist in models capable of mount one (1), two (2), up to four (4), or up
                         to five (5) Philips Dynalite Load Controllers, depending on enclosure model.
                      3. Enclosures shall be UL Listed to UL508a.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each enclosure and sub-panel shall be labeled with the manufacturer’s name, catalog
                         number, and appropriate rating information.
                      2. Enclosure and sub-panel weights, without mountable control components, shall not
                         exceed:
                         a. DE-1 weight: 25.0 pounds (11.34 kg) w/ hinged door.
                         b. DE-2 weight: 34.0 pounds (15.43 kg) w/ hinged door.
                         c. DE-4 weight: 55.0 pounds (24.95 kg) w/ hinged door.
                         d. DE-5 weight: 76.0 pounds (34.48 kg) w/ hinged door.
                         e. DSE-0 weight: 17.0 pounds (7.72 kg) w/ non-hinged screw cover.
                         f. DSE-1 weight: 17.0 pounds (7.72 kg) w/ non-hinged screw cover.
                      3. The enclosure’s construction shall be treated, primed to prevent corrosion.
                      4. The internal sub-panel shall utilize industry standard thirty-five (35mm) millimeter DIN
                         rail to mount the user desired control modules
                      5. The DE Enclosure Series shall be natural convection cooled and fans shall not be
                         required. Systems requiring forced air cooling shall not be acceptable.
                      6. DE Enclosures shall carry California Special Seismic Certification Preapproval (OSP).
                      7. Enclosure shall not reduce FCC and RoHS compliance of components.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. All terminations and internal wiring shall be accessible behind a locking door or
                         screwed panel.
                      2. High voltage cable entry for all enclosures shall be on the top left, left middle, or
                         bottom left.
                      3. Low voltage cable entry shall be from the top right, right middle, or bottom right side of
                         the enclosure.
                   D. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. Philips DE Load Controller Enclosures shall utilize a multi-part Identifying Order
                         Number describing the fit and finish of the panel utilizing the format:
                         DEx-xB-xR-xV-xNG-xDC-xPS-EMG.
                      2. Standard Order Number codes for DE/DSE Enclosures:
                         a. Enclosure size (DE1, 2, 4, 5 / DSE0, 1).
                         b. Quantity of Ballast Controllers (xB).
                         c. Quantity of Relay Controllers (xR).
                         d. Quantity of 0-10v Controllers (xV).
                         e. Quantity of RS-485 Network Gateways (xNG).
                         f. Quantity of Dry Contact Interfaces (xDC).
                         g. Quantity of Power supply (xPS).
                         h. Inclusion of UL924 emergency option (EMG).
                      3. DE Enclosure back boxes shall be available for separate shipment.
                      4. Philips DSE Screw Cover Load Controller Enclosures shall utilize a multi-part
                         Identifying Order Number describing the fit and finish of the panel utilizing the format:
                         DSEx-xB-xR-xV-xNG-xDC.
                      5. Standard Order Number codes for DSE Enclosures (DSE):
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                             a. Enclosure DSE0-xNG-yDC-1PS
                                1) Quantity of RS-485 Network Gateways (xNG).
                                2) Quantity of Dry Contact Interfaces (xDC).
                                3) Maximum quantity (xNG+yDC+1PS) shall not exceed four (4).
                                4) Power Supply (PS) may be replaced with fourth device, if not required.
                             b. Enclosure DSE1-1x
                                1) Ballast Controllers (1B).
                                2) Relay Controllers (1R).
                                3) Analogue 0-10v Controllers (1V).
                                4) Maximum quantity shall be one (1) device.

         2.02      DyNet Relay Load Controller
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DMRC820FR-NA is designed to control various types of switched loads.
                      2. Relay Controller shall handle up to eight (8) separate loads.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Controller enclosure shall be designed for mounting on thirty-five millimeter (35mm)
                          DIN rail and factory wired.
                      3. The Relay Controller is designed for installation into the Philips DE Series Enclosure, a
                          NEMA 1 approved enclosure, or switchboards near the circuit breakers with or without
                          the use of DIN rail.
                      4. The relay controller’s construction shall be Lexan 920, UL94-VO in a DIN Rail style
                          case.
                      5. The relay controller shall measure no more than 5.6 x 9.4 x 2.0 inches (142 x 238.8 x
                          51 mm).
                      6. The relay controller shall weigh no more than 2.2 pounds (1.0 kg).
                      7. The relay controller shall operate within: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in
                          zero (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Interface shall be Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) Recognized,
                          FCC, and RoHS compliant.
                      9. User controls shall provide:
                          a. Service Switch
                          b. Diagnostic LED
                          c. Manual override switches for each channel.
                      10. Relays shall be latching type, lighting, motor, and resistive rated.
                      11. The DyNet Input Interface shall have eight (8) Class 2 dry contact inputs, one per
                          channel, and each consisting of 1x14AWG screw terminal.
                      12. Dry Contact input shall be rated 10 volt DC 0.7mA per input, Class 2 only.
                      13. The DyNet RS-485/DMX512 Serial Port connections shall provided by five (5)
                          1x14AWG screw terminals.
                      14. Two (2) RJ-45 connectors shall be provided for service access.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. DyNet DC supply Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC.
                      2. Control Circuit Supply shall be rated:
                          a. 120V-277VAC (+10%/-15%) 50/60 Hz
                          b. Single phase and Neutral
                          c. Input power: Max. 20W, averaging 16.5W
                          d. Input current 120VAC Max. 0.24 amp / 277VAC Max. 0.09 amp
                      3. Line voltage supply terminals (Line, Neutral, and Ground) shall accept 8-24 AWG
                          copper wire.
                      4. Switched Channel terminals (Channel In / Channel Out) shall accept 8-24 AWG
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                         copper wire.
                      5. Load Channel to Channel rated at 480 VAC.
                      6. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Relay Controller shall have one hundred seventy (170) preset scenes per Area.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DMRC820FR-NA Relay Controller.

         2.03      HF Ballast Load Controller
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DMBC320-DALI-NA is designed to control of DALI electronic fluorescent
                          ballasts.
                      2. The HF Ballast Controller shall handle up to three (3) separate DALI Loops.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The HF ballast controller enclosure shall be designed for mounting on thirty-five
                          (35mm) millimeter DIN rail.
                      3. The HF Ballast Controller is designed for installation into the Philips DE Series
                          Enclosure, a NEMA-1 approved enclosure or switchboards near the circuit breakers
                          without the use of DIN rail.
                      4. The HF ballast controller’s construction shall be Lexan 920, UL94-VO in a DIN Rail
                          style case.
                      5. The HF ballast controller shall measure no more than 5.6 x 9.4 x 2.0 inches (142 x
                          238.8 x 51 mm).
                      6. The HF ballast controller shall weigh no more than 2.2 pounds (1.0 kg).
                      7. The HF ballast controller shall operate within: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C)
                          in zero (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Interface shall be Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) Recognized,
                          FCC, and RoHS compliant.
                      9. User controls shall provide:
                          a. Service Switch
                          b. Diagnostic LED
                          c. Manual override switch for each relay
                      10. Relays shall be latching type, lighting, motor, and resistive rated.
                      11. The DyNet HF Ballast Controller shall have eight (8) Class 2 dry contact inputs, each
                          consisting of 1x14AWG screw terminal.
                      12. Dry Contact input shall be rated 0-10 volt DC 0.7mA per input.
                      13. The DyNet RS-485 Serial Port connections shall provided by six (6) 1x14AWG screw
                          terminals.
                      14. Two (2) RJ-45 connectors shall be provided for service access.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. DyNet DC supply Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC).
                      2. Nominal DyNet power rating shall not exceed five hundred milliamps (500mA).
                      3. Control Circuit Supply shall be rated:
                          a. 120V-277VAC (+10%/-15%) 50/60 Hz
                          b. Single phase and Neutral
                          c. Input power: Max. 33W Avg. 24.0W
                          d. Input current 120VAC Max. 0.40 amp / 277VAC Max. 0.15 amp
                      4. Line voltage supply terminals (Line, Neutral, and Ground) shall accept 8-24 AWG
                          copper wire.
                      5. Relay Output Channels:
                          a. Three (3) load channels rated at 16 amperes for DALI ballast power supply
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                         b. Load channel to channel voltage rated at 480 VAC.
                         c. Load channel to output voltage rated at 277 VAC.
                         d. Channel terminals (channel IN & channel OUT) shall accept 8-24 AWG copper
                             wire.
                      6. Control Output Loops (data buses):
                         a. Three (3) DALI control loops (data buses).
                         b. Sixty-four (64) control channels per loop.
                         c. Total control loops (64 channels x 3 loops): 192
                         d. Loops include two way communication capabilities.
                         e. DALI output terminals: 12-22 AWG copper wire,
                             Low Voltage Class 1 or 2
                      7. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Ballast Controller shall have sixteen (16) preset scenes per Area.
                      2. DALI control signals shall be able to operate in tandem with the three (3) internal
                         switched outputs, which shall automatically turn off power to the circuit when all
                         associated DALI channels are at zero (0%) percent.
                      3. Diagnostic Functions:
                         a. Lamp failure reporting.
                         b. Ballast failure reporting.
                         c. Ballast run time tracking for each ballast and switched output.
                         d. Device Online/Off-line status.
                      4. Diagnostic Functions, indicating device Online/Offline status, shall be accessible thru
                         Philips MapView, Touch Screen, or BAS interface.
                      5. Availability of some diagnostics is dependent on ballast type.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DMBC320-DALI-NA HF Ballast Controller.

         2.04      DyNet RS485 Network Gateway
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DDNG485-NA is a flexible communications gateway designed for the
                          DyNet RS485 networks.
                      2. The gateway shall enable cost effective integration between the Philips controls
                          system and third party equipment and systems.
                      3. The gateway shall be configurable for DyNet “trunk and spur” network topology, a
                          DyNet repeater, native Somfy shade control integration, or USITT DMX512 input or
                          output.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Interface enclosure shall be designed for mounting on thirty-five (35mm) DIN rail and
                          factory wired.
                      3. The interface shall measure no more than 3.7 x 4.1 x 3.0 inches (94 x 104.2 x 76.2
                          mm).
                      4. The interface shall weigh no more than 0.55 pounds (0.25 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be industry standard 6 unit wide polycarbonate DIN Rail case.
                      6. The interface shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0)
                          to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      8. User controls shall provide a service switch and a diagnostic LED indicator.
                      9. The DyNet RS-485 Port #1 Input connections shall be provided by 1x14AWG screw
                          terminals
                      10. The DyNet RS-485 Port #2 Output connections (service port only) shall be provided by
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                          1x14AWG screw terminals.
                      11. A single female RJ-45 connector shall be provided for service access.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed a maximum of three hundred thirty milliamps
                          (330mA) with up to a one hundred fifty milliamp (150mA) load on configurable Port #2
                          24 VDC terminals.
                      3. Serial Ports shall be optically isolated with a 2.5kV surge rating.
                      4. The device shall provide trunk and spur topology utilizing a high-speed backbone opto-
                          coupled to many lower speed spurs.
                      5. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. The Network Gateway shall provide a DMX512 mode capable of transmitting and
                          receiving 64 data slots (channels).
                      2. DMX512 mode shall provide automatic DyNet conversion and Task triggering.
                      3. The on-board processor shall assemble and transmit user-defined data strings.
                      4. Diagnostic functions, indicating device Online/Offline status, shall be accessible thru
                          Philips MapView, Touch Screen, or BAS interface.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DDNG485-NA Network Gateway.

         2.05      RS485 DyNet to USB Interface
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DMNG-USB-NA is designed to provide and interface between the DyNet
                         lighting control network and a personal computer running system commissioning and
                         end-user software.
                      2. The interface is suitable for either temporary connections or permanent installations.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Interface enclosure shall be manufactured of durable ABS plastic.
                      3. The interface shall measure no more than 1.0 x 2.0 x 3.6 inches (25.4 x 51 x 91 mm).
                      4. The interface shall weigh no more than 0.3 pounds (0.136 kg).
                      5. The interface shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 – 50°C) in zero (0)
                         to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      7. User controls shall provide USB status and RS485 status LED indicators.
                      8. USB serial port connection shall be a Type B connector supplied with thirty-nine inch
                         (39”) patch lead.
                      9. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall provided by screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                         connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed twenty milliamps (20mA).
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. USB Driver shall be compatible with:
                      2. Windows 7
                      3. Windows Vista
                      4. Windows XP
                      5. Windows 2000
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
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                          1. DMNG-USB-NA DyNet to USB Interface RS485.

         2.06      10/100BaseT Ethernet Interface
                   A. General
                       1. The Philips DNG100BT-NA is designed to enable effective integration between the
                           Philips controls system and Ethernet networks.
                       2. The interface provides remote control of sites and linking multiple sites together using
                           a backbone of the Internet or corporate Local Area Network (LAN).
                       3. The interface is capable of arithmetic functions, comprehensive conditional and
                           sequential logic.
                   B. Mechanical
                       1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                       2. Interface enclosure shall be of wall or surface rounded corner design and factory
                           wired.
                       3. The unit shall measure no more than 8.9 x 6.5 x 2.4 inches (226 x 165 x 60 mm).
                       4. The unit shall weigh no more than 4.4 pounds (1.99 kg).
                       5. The unit’s construction shall be steel chassis with epoxy finish.
                       6. Interface operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0) to
                           90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                       7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                       8. User controls shall provide a device Online/Offline LED indicator.
                       9. Ethernet access shall be via 8 wire RJ-45 jack.
                       10. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall be provided by screw terminals.
                       11. A single female RJ-45 connector shall be provided for service access.
                   C. Electrical
                       1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                           connection or external power supply.
                       2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed one hundred thirty milliamps (130mA).
                       3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                       1. 10/100BaseT Ethernet protocols shall be provided:
                           a. TCP/IP (TCP & UDP)
                           b. HTTP
                           c. FTP
                           d. Telnet
                           e. Encryption: AES – 256 bit
                       2. The interface TCP/IP protocol shall accept either static or DHCP assigned IP
                           addressing.
                       3. Routing Mode shall link multiple DNG100BT-NA together for either point-to-point or
                           broadcast modes.
                       4. Integral web server shall allow Browser-based control scenarios.
                       5. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                           a. DNG100BT-NA Ethernet Interface 10/100Base-T.

         2.07      RS232 Serial Port Interface
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DNG232-NA is designed to enable effective serial port integration between
                         the Philips controls system and third party equipment and systems.
                      2. The interface is capable of arithmetic functions, comprehensive conditional and
                         sequential logic.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
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                      2. Interface enclosure shall be of wall or surface rounded corner design and factory
                          wired.
                      3. The unit shall measure no more than 8.9 x 6.5 x 2.4 inches (226 x 165 x 60 mm).
                      4. The unit shall weigh no more than 4.4 pounds (1.99 kg).
                      5. The unit’s construction shall be steel chassis with epoxy finish.
                      6. Interface operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0) to
                          90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      8. User controls shall provide a service switch and a diagnostic LED indicator.
                      9. The RS-232 Serial Port shall each be accessed by a DB9 female connector.
                      10. The DyNet RS-485 Port connection shall be provided by screw terminals and a single
                          female RJ-45 connector on the service port only.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed eighty milliamps (80mA).
                      3. The RS-232 changeable factory default controls line factory default pin-outs shall be:
                          a. Pin 1 DCD        (data carrier detect)    Not connected
                          b. Pin 2 RD         (received data)          Connected to UART
                          c. Pin 3 TD         (transmitted data)       Connected to UART
                          d. Pin 4 DTR        (data terminal ready)    Not connected
                          e. Pin 5 SG         (signal ground)          Connected to Ground
                          f. Pin 6 DSR        (data set ready)         Not connected
                          g. Pin 7 RTS        (request to send)        Software controlled
                          h. Pin 8 CTS        (clear to send)          Software controlled
                          i. Pin 9 RI         (ring indicator)         Not connected
                      4. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. RS-232 Data Formats shall be provided in the listed range:
                          a. Baud rate: 600-250k
                          b. Max. packet length: 254 bytes
                          c. Data bits: 7/8
                          d. Stop bits: 1/2
                          e. Parity: odd/even/none
                          f. Flow control: none/RTS-CTS
                      2. The DNG232-NA Interface shall include a Plain English Text Interpreter allowing
                          control via plain English text strings.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DNG232-NA Serial Port Interface RS-232.

         2.08      DyNet Multi-function Input Interface
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DDMIDC8-NA is a flexible digital/analog input device designed for the
                         DyNet RS485 networks.
                      2. The interface is capable of comprehensive conditional and sequential logic and
                         arithmetic functions.
                      3. The interface shall enable cost effective integration between the Philips controls
                         system and third party equipment and systems such as security, HVAC and BMS.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Interface enclosure shall be designed for mounting on thirty-five millimeter (35mm) DIN
                         rail and factory wired.
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                          External fixing points shall be provided for attachment without the use of DIN rail.
                          3.
                          Construction shall be industry standard 6 unit wide polycarbonate DIN Rail case.
                          4.
                          The unit shall measure no more than 3.7 x 4.1 x 3.0 inches (94 x 104.2 x 76.2 mm).
                          5.
                          The unit shall weigh no more than 0.60 pounds (0.27 kg).
                          6.
                          The unit shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0) to 90
                          7.
                          percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      9. User controls shall provide LED status indicator for each digital input.
                      10. The DyNet Input Interface shall have four (4) Analog Inputs each consisting of two (2)
                          connections (CH, GND) provided by 1x14AWG screw terminals.
                      11. Analog Input shall be rated in a software selectable 0-5 volt or 0-10 volt range.
                      12. The DyNet Input Interface shall have eight (8) Digital Inputs each consisting of two (2)
                          connections (A, B) provided by screw terminals.
                      13. Digital Input shall be rated in a 0-24 volt AC/DC (Class 2) range or as dry contacts.
                      14. The DyNet RS-485 Serial Port connections shall provided by screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating with twenty (20mA) milliamp load on +5V output (four (4) 1K
                          ohm potentiometers connected) shall not exceed seventy milliamps (70mA) with all
                          Dry Contacts closed.
                      3. Digital Ports shall be optically isolated with a 2.5KV surge rating.
                      4. Analog Ports shall have an input impedance of 20k ohms.
                      5. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. The Network Gateway shall provide high noise immunity.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DDMIDC-8NA Multi-function Input Interface.

         2.09      DyNet Astronomical Time Clock
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DTC602-NA is an astronomical time clock providing powerful macro and
                          conditional logic functions.
                      2. The time clock is designed to interface with other devices over the DyNet RS485
                          network to automate tasks and events.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Time clock shall mount in a standard three (3) gang masonry back box.
                      3. The time clock shall measure no more than 4.5 x 6.5 x 1.0 inches (115 x 165.10 x
                          25.40 mm).
                      4. The time clock shall weigh no more than 0.5 pounds (.227 kg).
                      5. The time clock’s construction shall be code gauge (0.06”) stainless steel faceplate.
                      6. The unit shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0) to 90
                          percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      8. Internal controls shall provide:
                          a. PC clock with battery backup.
                          b. Auto screen dimming
                      9. Time clock data shall be stored in one hundred year life EEPROM.
                      10. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall be provided by screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
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                         connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed thirty-five milliamps (35mA).
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Astronomical functions available shall include:
                         a. One year functional range (365 day).
                         b. Sunrise/Sunset tracking.
                         c. Automatic Daylight Saving adjustment.
                         d. Battery back-up
                         e. Timed Events: two hundred fifty (250)
                         f. Tasks: sixty-four (64).
                      2. Time clock shall be able to set operating modes for other devices giving priority based
                         on user programmed time or date requirements.
                      3. Remote operation and programming via a PC or the front panel LCD display and
                         keypad. The DTC602-NA shall be capable of making program changes to a Philips
                         system without the use of a PC or laptop computer.
                      4. Unauthorized adjustments and changes shall be inhibited through the use of a PIN
                         password.
                      5. An integral step by step help guide shall be incorporated to assist the programming
                         task.
                      6. Channel, area, and scene names shall be automatically uploaded from the DyNet
                         network to assist in Time clock programming.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DTC602-NA Time clock.

         2.10      Revolution Color Touch screen – 7.0”
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DTP170-NA is a color LCD touch screen utilizing on-screen controls
                         allowing creation of multiple easy-to-use pages.
                      2. The touch screen shall permit single point control of multiple systems and equipment
                         types.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Touch screen back box shall be metallic.
                      3. Touch screen fascia shall utilize concealed clip-on fixings and be available in multiple
                         materials including:
                         a. Stainless Steel fascia (standard)
                         b. Black glass fascia (optional)
                         c. White glass fascia (optional)
                      4. The touch screen facia dimensions should be: 5.9 x 9.2 x .28 inches (149.9 x 235.5 x
                         7.1 mm).
                      5. The touch screen back box dimensions should be: 5.5 x 8.6 x 3 inches (139.5 x 218.4
                         x 75 mm).
                      6. Packaged weight:
                         a. Glass fascia: 3.8 pounds (1.73kg).
                         b. Stainless Steel fascia: 4.2 pounds (1.9 kg).
                      7. The touch screen shall operate within: 32 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 45°C) in zero
                         (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Touch screen shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      9. Touch screen processor and memory shall be equivalent to:
                         a. CPU: Intel XScale PXA310 624 MHz
                         b. Non-Volatile Memory: FLASH, 512MB
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                          c. Volatile Memory: SDRAM, 128MB
                      10. Internal controls shall provide:
                          a. PC clock with battery backup.
                          b. Auto screen dimming.
                      11. The DTP170-NA input/output data ports shall consist of:
                          a. DyNet RS485 serial.
                          b. Ethernet 10/100BASE-T.
                          c. USB Type A (rear).
                          d. USB Mini Type B.
                      12. Touch screen shall provide output/input audio capability:
                          a. Power Output: 0.5 watt RMS.
                          b. Speakers: two (2).
                          c. Line Out: stereo jack 3.5mm.
                          d. Integral Microphone.
                      13. Screen criteria:
                          a. Screen Type: TFT LCD.
                          b. Viewable Area: seven (7”) inch diagonal.
                          c. Viewing Angle: H 65°, Vtop 60°, Vbottom 50°.
                          d. Resolution: WVGA 800 x 480.
                          e. Color Depth: 16 bit (65535).
                          f. Contrast: 300:1 Luminance: 280cd/m².
                          g. Touch overlay: 4 wire resistive.
                          h. Backlight: LED > 50,000 hour (subject to usage patterns).
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed three hundred fifty (350ma) milliamps.
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Operating System and Software:
                          a. Integral Philips touch screen software
                          b. Windows CE 6.0.
                          c. Internet Explorer 6.
                          d. Windows Media Player 9 / MP3 support.
                      2. Integral Touch screen editor or standard HTML editor shall be capable of creating
                          screen pages.
                      3. User Page Objects
                          a. Button
                          b. Fader
                          c. Text Box
                          d. Icon
                          e. Image import
                      4. Objects (e.g. logos, floor plans, buttons, faders, etc.) can be placed on pages and
                          used to perform simple and complex conditional logic macros.
                      5. Touch screen shall be capable of displaying live streaming video via the Ethernet port
                          to the Windows Media Player embedded in a page and audio to the built-in stereo
                          speakers.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DTP170-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – Stainless Steel fascia
                      2. DTP170-BG-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – Black glass fascia
                      3. DTP170-WG-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – White glass fascia
                      4. DTP170-WALLBOX Back box for dry lining/plasterboard applications
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         2.11      Revolution Color Touch screen – 4.3”
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DTP100-NA is a color LCD touch screen utilizing on-screen controls
                          allowing creation of multiple easy-to-use pages.
                      2. The touch screen shall permit single point control of multiple systems and equipment
                          types.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Touch screen back box shall be metallic.
                      3. Touch screen fascia shall utilize concealed clip-on fixings and be available in multiple
                          materials including:
                          a. Stainless Steel fascia (standard)
                          b. Black glass fascia (optional)
                          c. White glass fascia (optional)
                      4. The touch screen facia should be: 3.4 x 8 x 0.20 inches (86 x 146 x 5 mm).
                      5. The touch screen back box should be: 3.15 x 5.5 x 2 inches (80 x 139 x 50 mm).
                      6. Packaged weight: 2 pounds (0.9 kg).
                      7. The touch screen shall operate within: 32 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 45°C) in zero
                          (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Touch screen shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      9. Touch screen processor and memory shall be equivalent to:
                          a. CPU: Intel XScale PXA310 624 MHz
                          b. Non-Volatile Memory: FLASH, 512MB
                          c. Volatile Memory: SDRAM, 128MB
                      10. Internal controls shall provide a PC time clock with battery backup.
                      11. The DTP100-NA input/output data ports shall consist of:
                          a. DyNet RS485 serial
                          b. RJ-45 Ethernet 10/100BASE-T
                          c. USB Mini Type B (programming port)
                          d. USB Mini Type B (keyboard/mouse)
                      12. Touch screen shall provide output/input audio capability:
                          a. Power Output: 0.5 watt RMS
                          b. Speakers: 1 x 0.6 cone
                          c. Line Out: stereo jack 3.5mm
                          d. Integral Microphone
                      13. Screen criteria:
                          a. Screen Type: TFT LCD.
                          b. Viewable Area: seven (4.3”) inch diagonal.
                          c. Viewing Angle: H 75°, Vtop 75°, Vbottom 45°.
                          d. Resolution: 480 x 272 (16:9 screen ratio).
                          e. Color Depth: 16 bit (65535).
                          f. Contrast: 400:1 Luminance: 350 cd/m².
                          g. Touch overlay: 4 wire resistive.
                          h. Backlight: LED > 50,000 hour (subject to usage patterns).
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed two hundred milliamps (200mA).
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Operating System and Software:
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                         a. Integral Philips touch screen software
                         b. Windows CE 6.0.
                         c. Internet Explorer 6.
                         d. Windows Media Player 9 / MP3 support.
                      2. Integral Touch screen editor or standard HTML editor shall be capable of creating
                         screen pages.
                      3. User Page Objects
                         a. Button
                         b. Fader
                         c. Text Box
                         d. Icon
                         e. Image import
                      4. Objects (e.g. logos, floor plans, buttons, faders, etc.) can be placed on pages and
                         used to perform simple and complex conditional logic macros.
                      5. Touch screen shall be capable of displaying live streaming video via the Ethernet port
                         to the Windows Media Player embedded in a page and audio to the built-in stereo
                         speakers.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DTP100-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – Stainless Steel fascia
                      2. DTP100-BG-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – Black glass fascia
                      3. DTP100-WG-NA Revolution Color Touch screen – White glass fascia
                      4. DTP100-WALLBOX Back box for dry lining/plasterboard applications

         2.12      Philips Dynalite Plenum Rated 24 volt DC Network Power Supply
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DMNP24040-P-NA is a Class 2 Plenum Rated power supply comprising a
                          high efficiency switch mode power converter with a comprehensive set of protection
                          features.
                      2. Up to four (4) DMNP24040-P-NA units can be connected in parallel on a network,
                          subject to Class 2 and cable rating limits.
                      3. The Philips DMNP24040-P-NA shall be Listed or Recognized as applicable by a
                          Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The power supply shall measure no more than 3.1”W x 3.9”L x 1.7”H (7.87 x 9.90 x
                          4.32 cm).
                      3. The interface shall weigh no more than 11.3 ounces (0.32 kg).
                      4. Construction shall be industry standard metal housing.
                      5. The power supply shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero
                          (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Interface shall be ICES, FCC, and RoHS compliant.
                      7. The DMNP24040-P-NA Input connections shall be provided by 3x14AWG PVC
                          insulated leads 12.6” inches (32cm) in length rated 600V/105°C. Leads shall be color
                          coded Line/Black, Neutral/White, and Ground/Green.
                      8. The DMNP24040-P-NA Output connections shall be provided by 2x18AWG PVC
                          insulated leads 9.05” inches (23cm) in length rated 300V/200°C. Leads shall be color
                          coded Voltage+/Red and Voltage-/Black.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. The DMNP24040-P-NA supply shall be a Class 2 device utilizing:
                          a. 120 – 277VAC, 50/60Hz Single Phase supply
                          b. Input Current: 0.25A @ 120VAC or 0.10A @ 277VAC
                      2. Output Current
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                         a. 400ma @ 24VDC continuous
                         b. 600ma@ 24VDC max 10 second duration
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. The DMNP24040-P-NA shall withstand indefinite short circuit fault protection across
                         the output Class 2 terminals, with an auto-restart protection employed to protect the
                         device and minimize the energy delivered to the fault.
                      2. The DMNP24040-P-NA shall be designed to support short term overload up to one
                         hundred fifty (150%) percent of the rated current to suit high inrush current and
                         transient loads.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DMNP24040-P-NA Plenum Rated 24Vdc Network Power Supply.

         2.13      Universal Sensor – Wall
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DUS704W-NA series sensors provide motion detection (PIR) and infrared
                          remote control reception (IR) in the one device.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices over the DyNet RS485 network
                          to detect motion and provide infrared control interface.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall surface mount.
                      3. The wall mounted sensor shall measure no more than 3.4 x 2.6 x 1.8 inches (86.4 x 66
                          x 45.7 mm).
                      4. The wall mounted sensor shall weigh no more than 0.3 pounds (.14 kg).
                      5. The wall mounted sensor’s construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure.
                      6. The wall mounted sensor shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C)
                          in zero (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      8. All configuration functions shall be remotely programmable.
                      9. User controls shall provide:
                          a. Walk Test
                          b. IR received LED indicator
                      10. The DyNet RS-485 serial port connections shall be provided by five (5) way terminal
                          strip.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. DyNet DC load rating shall not exceed ten milliamps (10mA).
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Characteristics for the PIR Motion Detector shall include:
                          a. LED activation indicator
                          b. Adjustable sensitivity.
                          c. 20 dual element detection zones.
                          d. At a mounting height range of 3.6 to 10 feet the standard lens shall cover a ninety
                               (90°) degree (corner mount) range out to 39 feet (39’).
                          e. Optional lens shall provide alternate coverages:
                               1) Long Range: thirty (30°) degree range out to 98 feet (98’).
                               2) Curtain Range: five (5°) degree range out to 49 feet (49’).
                      2. Characteristics for the Infrared Remote Control Receiver shall include:
                          a. LED activation indicator
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                         b. Accept signals from DTK500 Series IR remotes.
                         c. Accept signals from most other learning IR remote controls.
                         d. Range shall be up to 20 feet (20’) angle dependant.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DUS704W-NA Universal Sensor.

         2.14      Universal Sensor – 360° Ceiling
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DUS804CS-UP-NA series ceiling sensors combine motion detection (PIR),
                          infrared remote control reception (IR), and ambient light level detection (PE) in the one
                          device.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices over the DyNet RS485 network
                          to detect motion and provide infrared control interface.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The ceiling mount PIR sensor shall surface mount on a standard four inch (4”) octo
                          back box.
                      3. The ceiling mount PIR sensor measure no more than 3.5 inch diameter x 1.0 inch
                          exposed (88.9mm diameter D x 25.4 mm).
                      4. The ceiling mount PIR sensor shall weigh no more than 0.55 pounds (.25 kg).
                      5. The ceiling mount PIR sensor’s construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure.
                      6. The ceiling mount PIR sensor shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 -
                          50°C) in zero (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      8. All configuration functions shall be remotely programmable.
                      9. User controls shall provide:
                          a. Walk Test
                          b. IR received LED indicator
                      10. The sensors surrounding bezel shall incorporate a click-up segment (120°) that will
                          readily mask a portion of the sensor element preventing nuisance detections from
                          adjacent doorways and corridors.
                      11. The DyNet RS-485 serial port connections shall be provided by 1x14AWG removable
                          5 way terminal strip.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four (24VDC) volts DC provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. DyNet DC load rating shall not exceed thirty milliamps (30mA).
                      3. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Characteristics for the Standard Sensitivity PIR Motion Detector shall include:
                          a. LED activation indicator
                          b. Sensor: quad element pyro-electric.
                          c. Sixty-four (64) detection zones.
                          d. Maximum detection range: greater than sixteen feet (16’-4”).
                          e. At a mounting height range of eight feet (8’) the standard sensitivity sensor shall
                               cover a rectangular area twenty-four by eighteen feet (24’ x 18’).
                          f. Detection speed: greater than three feet/second (3’/sec).
                          g. Detection object: greater than twenty-six by nine inches (26” x 9.6”).
                      2. Characteristics for the Infrared Remote Control Receiver shall include:
                          a. LED activation indicator
                          b. Accept signals from DTK500 Series IR remotes.
                          c. Accept signals from most other learning IR remote controls.
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                         d. Range shall be up to nineteen feet (19’).
                      3. Characteristics for the Ambient Light Level (PE) detector shall include:
                         a. Incident to sensor dynamic range: 5 - 500 lux
                         b. Illumination of non-reflective surface: 5-5000 lux
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DUS804CS-UP-NA Universal Sensor.

         2.15      DLight III MapView
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips DLightIII MapView allows full control and programming of all devices
                          connected to a DyNet network.
                      2. The DLightIII MapView Client functional security can be controlled individually for each
                          point of control.
                      3. The optional TrayPan client to the DLightIII Server provides the end user with a front-
                          end interface that enables control from multiple points.
                   B. Hardware
                      1. DLightIII MapView installs and operates on a personal computer with:
                          a. Processor: minimum 2GHz dual core.
                          b. Hard Disk: minimum 10 gigabytes free space.
                          c. System Memory: minimum 2 gigabytes RAM.
                          d. Graphics Memory: minimum 256 megabytes RAM (unshared).
                          e. Network: 10/100BaseT Ethernet card or port.
                          f. I/O Ports: at least one (1) USB 2.0 Type A
                      2. Minimum requirements will vary depending on the size of the site and the quantity of
                          simultaneously connected clients.
                      3. Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) for the DLightIII Server computer is highly
                          recommended.
                   C. Software
                      1. Supported Operating Systems:
                          a. Windows 7 Ultimate
                          b. Windows 7 Professional
                          c. Vista Business w/ Service Pack #1
                          d. Vista Ultimate w/Service Pack #1
                          e. Windows 2000 Server w/ Service Pack #4
                          f. Windows 2003 Server w/ Service Pack #2
                          g. Windows XP Professional w/ Service Packs #2 and #3
                      2. Additional Prerequisites:
                          a. Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 (included with DLIGHT III installer).
                          b. Windows Installer 3.1
                          c. Internet Explorer 6 (IE6)
                      3. Recommended Software:
                          a. Microsoft SQL Management Studio Express
                   D. Performance
                      1. MapView interfaces with the operator visually via a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for
                          both commissioning and end-user control. A pictorial representation of the controlled
                          space is broken up into areas and channels, to provide a strong and intuitive visual link
                          between the control system and the controlled space.
                      2. MapView is optimized to program a vast array of control settings including:
                          a. Enumerating DALI controlled lighting fixtures.
                          b. Defining lighting zone areas.
                          c. Placement of Philips-controlled specified third-party loads, such as fans, pumps,
                               audio-visual, HVAC equipment, shades, and tasking of DyNet network devices to
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                             perform conditional functions.
                         d. MapView also features an energy management reporting capability in relation to
                             lighting consumption; using notional load profiling and actual power monitoring via
                             third-party Modbus metering of lighting load consumption.
                      3. MapView delivers granular site-wide visibility, access, and control, enabling building
                         operators to easily customize and expand lighting control systems as they evolve over
                         time.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DLightIII MapView

         2.16      User Control Panels – DR2PA-NA Series (single & dual column designs)
                   A. General
                      1. The DR2PA-NA User Panels are designed to interface with other devices over the
                          DyNet RS485 network to automate tasks and events.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. User Panel (single and dual column) shall mount in a standard one (1) gang masonry
                          or other “squared” back box.
                      3. The user panel shall measure no more than 4.6 x 2.9 x 1.1 inches (117 x 73.7 x 28
                          mm).
                      4. The user panel shall weigh no more than 0.5 pounds (0.227 kg).
                      5. The user panel shall operate within: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero
                          (0) to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      7. Control Panel bezel, key carrier, and grid plate shall be Lexan 920, UL94-VO.
                      8. Front cover finishes are available in multiple materials including:
                          a. Stainless Steel fascia (standard)
                          b. Black glass fascia (optional)
                          c. White glass fascia (optional)
                          d. Extensive designer’s range of cover finishes.
                      9. Button Colors
                          a. Charcoal grey
                          b. White
                          c. Silver
                      10. Button caps shall be able to be custom engraved to assist in identification of button
                          function and shall have an integral backlight that shall illuminate the engraving text
                          when activated.
                      11. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall provided by 1x14AWG screw terminals.
                      12. The face panel shall attach without visible fasteners.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed twenty to sixty milliamps (20 to 60mA)
                          dependent on button count and backlight usage.
                      3. LED Indicators:
                          a. Status Indicator – Blue
                          b. Button Backlighting – White
                      4. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Control panels shall have the capability to run sequential and conditional logic
                          routines.
                      2. The extended functionality of the control panels shall include but not be limited to:
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                         a. Describing lighting control functions using the words “if” and “then”.
                         b. Complex joining of multi-partitioned rooms.
                         c. Controlling light scenes in multiple areas.
                         d. Interfacing third-party devices to a DyNet network (multi-function input interface)
                         e. Controlling chase sequences.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DR2P-NA User Control Panels shall each utilize a ten (10) part Identifying Order
                         Number describing the fit and finish of the panel including:
                         a. Standard prefix for control panels (DR2PA)
                         b. Quantity of button columns.
                         c. Button layout per column #1.
                         d. Button layout per column #2.
                         e. Button color.
                         f. Cover finish.
                         g. Plug/wiring options
                         h. LED color
                         i. Custom engraved utilized

         2.17      User Control Panels – DLP-NA
                   A. General
                      1. The DLP-NA User Control Panels are designed to integrate with other devices over
                          the DyNet RS485 network in a cost-effective manner in commercial buildings and
                          homes.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. User Panel shall mount in a standard one (1) gang masonry or other “squared” back
                          box provided by others.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.6 x 2.8 x 1.1 inches (116.9 x 71.1 x 28 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 0.5 pounds (0.227 kg).
                      5. User Panel operating environment: 22 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0)
                          to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Interface shall be FCC and RoHS compliant.
                      7. Grid plate, rear cover, and front cover shall be ABS plastic
                      8. Switch membranes shall be silicone.
                      9. The face panel shall attach without visible fasteners.
                      10. Front cover finish shall be Electric White.
                      11. Button Colors
                          a. Electric White
                          b. Other colors available upon request.
                      12. Button caps shall be able to be custom engraved to assist in identification of button
                          function.
                      13. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall provided by 1x14AWG screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                          connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed twenty-five milliamps (25mA).
                      3. An LED on top of each button shall illuminate when the preset or function software
                          associated to the button is activated, as described below:
                          a. Standard Indicator – Blue
                          b. Red and green available upon request.
                      4. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                   D. Performance
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                      1. Control panels shall have the capability to run sequential and conditional logic
                         routines.
                      2. The extended functionality of the control panels shall include but not be limited to:
                         a. Describing lighting control functions using the words “if” and “then”.
                         b. Complex joining of multi-partitioned rooms.
                         c. Controlling light scenes in multiple areas.
                         d. Interfacing third-party devices to a DyNet network (multi-function input interface)
                         e. In conjunction with smart faders.
                         f. Controlling chase sequences.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DLP-NA User Control Panels shall be available in standard configurations of one, two,
                         five, six, seven, and ten buttons supplied with:
                         a. Blue LED status indicators.
                         b. White front cover
                         c. White rear cover
                         d. Blank white buttons
                         e. White bezels
                      2. Customized DLP-NA User Control Panels shall be available in configurations of one,
                         two, five, six, seven, and ten buttons upon request.

         2.18      User Control Panels – DPN-NA Series
                   A. General
                      1. The DPN-NA User Control Panels are designed to integrate with other devices over
                         the DyNet RS485 network in a cost-effective manner in commercial buildings and
                         homes, while being highly customizable and allowing manual fader controls.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. User Panel shall mount in a standard masonry back boxes provided by others.
                      3. User Panel operating environment: 22 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in zero (0)
                         to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      4. Interface shall be FCC, CE, C-Tick, and RoHS compliant.
                      5. Face panel shall be constructed of stainless steel or solid brass.
                      6. Face panels finishes shall be available in mirrored stainless steel, gold plated stainless
                         steel, coated solid brass, and custom power coats.
                      7. Module shall accommodate sliders, buttons, and key switches.
                      8. Buttons shall be available in silver, charcoal, and ivory with white or black
                         customizable engraving.
                      9. The DyNet RS-485 Port connections shall provided by 1x14AWG screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be twenty-four volts DC (24VDC) provided from the DyNet network
                         connection or external power supply.
                      2. Nominal power rating shall not exceed twenty-five milliamps (25mA).
                      3. An LED on each button shall illuminate when the preset or function software
                         associated to the button is activated, as described below:
                         a. Standard Indicator – Blue
                         b. Red and green available upon request.
                      4. Reference Data Cable: Belden 1502R / 1502P or equivalent as approved by Philips.
                      5. The module shall optionally have Infrared input capability.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Control panels shall have the capability to run sequential and conditional logic
                         routines.
                      2. The extended functionality of the control panels shall include but not be limited to:
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                         a. Describing lighting control functions using the words “if” and “then”.
                         b. Complex joining of multi-partitioned rooms.
                         c. Controlling light scenes in multiple areas.
                         d. Interfacing third-party devices to a DyNet network (multi-function input interface)
                         e. In conjunction with smart faders.
                         f. Controlling chase sequences.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. Standard and customized DPN-NA User Control Panels shall be available.

         2.19      Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel
                   A. General
                      1. The Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel is a compact self-contained lighting
                          controller featuring robust and rugged relays and provides advanced control of various
                          lighting loads.
                      2. The Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall allow any combination of control,
                          including occupant control through the use of Intelligent LYTEmode System (ILS)
                          keypads, internal astronomical time clock, and integration with a building management
                          system (BMS).
                      3. Lyteswitch product shall meet California Energy Commission’s appliance efficiency
                          regulations for Title 24 for use in commercial and residential applications.
                      4. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel panels shall carry California OSHPD Special
                          Seismic Certification Preapproval (OSP).
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The Relay Lighting Control Panel shall be a NEMA 1 enclosure designed for use as
                          either surface or recessed mount.
                      3. Construction shall be18 gauge cold roll steel (CRS) with flanged edge to
                          accommodate screw covers.
                      4. Racks shall not exceed the following dimensions:
                          a. Rack - 12 Circuit: 15.88”W x 21.68”H x 3.92”D (40.34 x 55.07 x 9.96 cm)
                          b. Rack - 24 Circuit: 23.50”W x 21.89”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 55.61 x 10.42 cm)
                          c. Rack - 36 Circuit: 23.50”W x 34.77”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 88.32 x 10.42 cm)
                          d. Rack - 48 Circuit: 23.50”W x 34.77”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 88.32 x 10.42 cm)
                      5. Relay Controller indoor only operating environment: -15 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
                          (-10 to 60°C) in ten 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Ample wiring space with wiring access from top and sides. Panel may be inverted for
                          bottom and side feeds.
                      7. Relays shall be single or double pole and rated for twenty (20A) amperes at all
                          designed voltages.
                      8. Relays shall be individually replaceable snap-in devices requiring no tools.
                      9. Integral LCD display shall provide user-friendly operation and programming capability.
                      10. Integral control features of the Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall include:
                          a. Eight (8) programmable presets
                          b. Astronomical clock for scheduling up to five hundred (500) stored events.
                          c. Local On/Off control pushbuttons, either at relay panel or mechanical switch on
                              each relay.
                          d. LED status indicators for each relay.
                      11. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall provide control via:
                          a. Classic Digital and LyteMode control stations and button stations.
                          b. DMX512 Input and Pass-Thru
                          c. Panic Input
                          d. IntelliSight Occupancy Sensors and Photocells.
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                          e. Remote programming via Lightolier Controls computer software packages.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall be CSA listed to UL508.
                      2. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel input power shall be 120VAC, 277VAC, or
                          347VAC at 50/60Hz.
                      3. Lyteswitch Lighting Control Panel shall have an shall have a Short Circuit Current
                          Rating (SCCR) of 14,000 @ 277VAC.
                      4. Relays shall be capable of handling a variety of load types including:
                          a. Incandescent (tungsten halogen)
                          b. Fluorescent
                          c. Magnetic low-voltage
                          d. Electronic low-voltage
                          e. Neon
                          f. LED
                          g. High Intensity Discharge (HID)
                          h. Non-Dimmable (on-off)
                          i. Motors (1.5hp @ 277VAC)
                      5. A UL924 Option for use with Emergency Lighting Systems shall be available.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall contain integral seven (7) day
                          astronomical and Daylight Saving Time (DST) function time clock.
                      2. Warning OFF feature shall provide Audible Alert and/or Flick Warning to occupants the
                          lights will go off.
                      3. Diagnostic Functions:
                          a. LED indicators on power supply card for 5 and 20 volt outputs.
                          b. Relay Output Status LED indicators per circuit.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LSW-12-PRO           12 Circuit High Performance LV Lighting Control Panel
                      2. LSWBOX-1             Rough-In Box for LSW-12-PRO panels
                      3. LSW-24-PRO           24 Circuit High Performance LV Lighting Control Panel
                      4. LSWBOX-2             Rough-In Box for LSW-24-PRO panels
                      5. LSWVB1224            Voltage Barrier Kit (120V/277V) for LSW-24-PRO
                      6. LSW-36-PRO           36 Circuit High Performance LV Lighting Control Panel
                      7. LSW-48-PRO           48 Circuit High Performance LV Lighting Control Panel
                      8. LSWBOX-3             Rough-In Box for LSW-36/48-PRO panels
                      9. LSWVB3648            Voltage Barrier Kit (120V/277V) for LSW-36/48-PRO panels
                      10. LSWPRORLY           Replacement High-Performance Single-Pole 20A latching relay
                      11. LSWPRO2RLY Replacement High-Performance Double-Pole 20A latching relay
                      12. LSWPP               Pathport Interface Module (DMX512 via Ethernet)

         2.20      Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel with Integral Circuit Breakers
                   A. General
                      1. The Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel is a compact self-contained lighting
                         controller featuring robust and rugged relays, integral circuit breakers, and provides
                         advanced control of various lighting loads.
                      2. The Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall allow any combination of control,
                         including occupant control through the use of Intelligent LYTEmode System (ILS)
                         keypads, internal astronomical time clock, and integration with a building management
                         system (BMS).
                      3. Lyteswitch product shall meet California Energy Commission’s appliance efficiency
                         regulations for Title 24 for use in commercial and residential applications.
                      4. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel panels shall carry California OSHPD Special
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                          Seismic Certification Preapproval (OSP).
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The Relay Controller shall be a NEMA 1 approved enclosure designed for use as
                          either surface or recessed mount.
                      3. Construction shall be 18 gauge cold roll steel (CRS) with flanged edge to
                          accommodate screw covers.
                      4. Racks shall not exceed the following dimensions:
                          a. Rack - 24 Circuit: 23.50”W x 34.77”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 88.32 x 10.42 cm)
                          b. Rack - 36 Circuit: 23.50”W x 50.25”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 127.64 x 10.42 cm)
                          c. Rack - 42 Circuit: 23.50”W x 50.25”H x 4.10”D (59.69 x 127.64 x 10.42 cm)
                      5. Relay Controller indoor only operating environment: -15 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
                          (-10 to 60°C) in ten 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Ample wiring space with wiring access from top and sides. Panel may be inverted for
                          bottom and side feeds.
                      7. Branch circuit breakers shall be mounted internally.
                      8. Relays shall be latching single or double pole and rated for twenty (20A) amperes at all
                          designed voltages.
                      9. Relays shall be individually replaceable snap-in devices requiring no tools.
                      10. Integral LCD display shall provide user-friendly operation and programming capability.
                      11. Integral control features of the LyteMode Relay Control Panel shall include:
                          a. Eight (8) programmable presets
                          b. Astronomical clock for scheduling up to five hundred (500) stored events.
                          c. Local On/Off control pushbuttons, either at relay panel or mechanical switch on
                              each relay.
                          d. LED status indicators for each relay.
                      12. Lyteswitch Relay Panel shall provide control via:
                          a. Classic Digital and LyteMode control stations and button stations.
                          b. DMX512 Input and Pass-Thru
                          c. Panic Input
                          d. IntelliSight Occupancy Sensors and Photocells.
                          e. Remote programming via Lightolier Controls computer software packages.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel shall be CSA listed to UL508.
                      2. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel with Integral Circuit Breakers input power
                          shall be 120 or 277VAC, at 50/60Hz.
                      3. Lyteswitch Relay Lighting Control Panel with Integral Circuit Breakers shall have a
                          Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) of 10,000 @ 277VAC.
                      4. Relays shall be capable of handling a variety of load types including:
                          a. Incandescent (tungsten halogen)
                          b. Fluorescent
                          c. Magnetic low-voltage
                          d. Electronic low-voltage
                          e. Neon
                          f. LED
                          g. High Intensity Discharge (HID)
                          h. Non-Dimmable (on-off)
                          i. Motors (1.5hp @ 277VAC)
                      5. A UL924 Option for use with Emergency Lighting Systems shall be available.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Lyteswitch Relay Control Panel shall contain integral seven (7) day astronomical and
                          Daylight Savings Time (DST) function time clock.
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                      2. Warning OFF feature shall provide Audible Alert and/or Flick Warning to occupants the
                          lights will go off.
                      3. Diagnostic Functions:
                          a. LED indicators on power supply card for 5 and 20 volt outputs.
                          b. Relay Output Status LED indicators per circuit.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LSW-24-PROB120 24 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 120VAC
                      2. LSW-24-PROB277 24 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 277VAC
                      3. LSWBOX-3                  Rough-In Box for LSW-24-PROB panels
                      4. LSW-36-PROB120 42 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 120VAC
                      5. LSW-36-PROB277 42 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 277VAC
                      6. LSW-42-PROB120 42 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 120VAC
                      7. LSW-42-PROB277 42 Circuit LV Lighting Control Panel – 277VAC
                      8. LSWBOX-4                  Rough-In Box for LSW-36-PROB or LSW-42-PROB panels
                      9. LSWPRORLY                 Replacement Single-Pole 20A latching relay
                      10. LSWPRO2RLY               Replacement Double-Pole 20A latching relay
                      11. LSWPP                    Pathport Interface Module (DMX512 via Ethernet)
                      12.
         2.21      Lyteswitch Classic Digital Control Stations
                   A. General
                      1. Remote control stations shall consist of a set of pushbuttons which may be used for
                          preset scene remotes or channel remotes.
                      2. All remotes shall be field labeled and modified with graphics supplied by the
                          manufacturer.
                      3. Activated scenes shall have illuminated scene indication.
                      4. Lyteswitch product shall meet California Energy Commission’s appliance efficiency
                          regulations for Title 24 for use in commercial and residential applications.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Wall mounted remotes shall be flush mounted into a standard single gang rough-in
                          box (contractor supplied).
                      2. Station indoor only operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit
                          (0 to 40°C) in ten 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      3. Stations shall be available in 2-, 3-, 4-, 6-, 7-, and 8 button configurations.
                      4. Screwless faceplates may be used throughout the interior of the project to afford a
                          matched appearance.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. All wiring to discrete remotes shall have a voltage rating of no less than 300 Volts.
                          Contractor shall ensure that remotes are properly grounded to earth ground per NEC
                          requirements.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Stations shall be field-programmable, permitting the control of one or more channels
                          on one or more masters.
                      2. Lyteswitch Control Stations shall be mountable under Compli multi-gang faceplates
                          with other designer-style electrical devices.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LSW2BCDW Lyteswitch 2-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      2. LSW3BCDW Lyteswitch 3-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      3. LSW4BCDW Lyteswitch 4-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      4. LSW6BCDW Lyteswitch 6-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      5. LSW7BCDW Lyteswitch 7-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      6. LSW8BCDW Lyteswitch 8-Button Classical Digital Control Station – White
                      7. LSW2BCDS Lyteswitch 2-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel
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                          8. LSW3BCDS            Lyteswitch 3-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel
                          9. LSW4BCDS            Lyteswitch 4-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel
                          10. LSW6BCDS           Lyteswitch 6-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel
                          11. LSW7BCDS           Lyteswitch 7-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel
                          12. LSW8BCDS           Lyteswitch 8-Button Classical Digital Control Station – Stainless Steel

         2.22      Wall Mount Relay Controller – DRC Series
                   A. General
                      1. The Dynalite Relay Cabinets (DRC) shall be designed to accept various digital input
                         signals to switch high voltage loads.
                      2. Branch-fed models shall be available in 12 circuit versions (Single pole), and support
                         120/277/347VAC.
                      3. An option shall exist on all models to allow a UL924 dry-contact trigger.
                      4. An option shall exist on all models to allow a DyNet D3 network interface.
                      5. The cabinet shall be assembled in the United States.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each cabinet shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The relay enclosure shall be NEMA Type 1 rated.
                      3. Cabinets shall have an operational temperature of -10C to 60C (-15F – 140F).
                      4. Cabinets shall have an operational humidity range of 10%-90% (Non-Condensing).
                      5. Cabinets shall be powder coated black.
                      6. All cabinets shall be flush mountable or surface mountable without modification to the
                         enclosure or a change of model.
                      7. The unit shall operate without a fan or any forced air cooling.
                      8. Relays shall be field changeable by a qualified service provider.
                      9. Electrical back boxes for the cabinet shall be separate-able and capable of being
                         shipped and purchased independently of the cabinet to allow rough-in.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Single and two pole relays shall be available and changeable in the field by a qualified
                         service provider.
                      2. An override button shall be provided for each relay to allow a relay to be forced
                         ON/OFF or returned to software control.
                      3. Relays shall be of the mechanically latching style. Electrically held relays shall not be
                         acceptable.
                      4. Relays shall be rated for continuous duty with inductive, resistance, and capacitive
                         loads.
                      5. Single Pole relays shall hold an SCCR rating of 14,000 at 277VAC.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Relay Controller shall have one hundred seventy (170) preset scenes per Area.
                      2. Unit shall be programmed and natively support DyNet protocol for integration into a
                         Philips Dynalite system.
                      3. Unit shall accept DMX512 natively.
                      4. Cabinets shall be programmable via Envision Project and Envision Manager software
                         on the DyNet electrical bus. The user shall not need to program the unit at the physical
                         location of the cabinet.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DRC12FR (120 or 277 volt AC)
                      2. DRC12FR347 (347 volt AC)
                      3. –NG shall be added to signify a DyNet D3 Network Bridge.
                      4. –EMG shall be added to signify a UL924 Emergency capable system.
                      5. DRC2POLERLY shall be added to signify a dual pole relay.
                      6. DRC1POLERLY shall be added to signify a single pole relay.
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         2.23      Intelligent LYTEmode System (ILS)
                   A. General
                       1. All wiring shall be low voltage and shall be able to be connected and grounded in
                           accordance with National Electrical Code and other local regulations.
                       2. Data and power (24VDC) shall be supplied to stations using standard CAT5e shielded
                           cable (Belden 1624R/1624P typical) in a daisy-chain configuration from the Intelligent
                           LYTEmode System (ILS) network.
                       3. Network Terminal Output Connections (Belden 1624R/1624P typical):
                           a. Pin 1: DATA+                       (white/orange)
                           b. Pin 2: DATA-                       (orange)
                           c. Pin 3: Shield
                           d. Pin 4: +24 Volts DC                (white/green)
                           e. Pin 5: Signal Ground               (green)
                           f. Pin 6: +24 Volts DC                (white/blue)
                           g. Pin 7: Signal Ground               (blue)
                           h. Pin 8: +24 Volts DC                (white/brown)
                           i. Pin 9: Signal Ground               (brown)
                       4. Non-volatile memory retains settings in the event of power loss.
                       5. Intelligent LYTEmode System Control Stations shall be compatible with both Insulated
                           Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) dimmer technology and Silicon Controlled Rectifier
                           (SCR) dimming panels.
                       6. Standard white faceplate. Available in six (6) additional colors using optional Intelligent
                           LYTEmode color kits (not all colors may be available for all devices).
                           a. Almond
                           b. Ivory
                           c. Black
                           d. Brown
                           e. Grey
                           f. Light Almond
                       7. Custom engraved keypads and faceplates shall be available.
                       8. Locking metal Security Cover shall be available as an option.
                   B. Intelligent LYTEmode System Master Station
                       1. Configuration settings shall be stored in each respective station in non-volatile memory
                           rated for one hundred (100) years.
                       2. Programming shall be by use of front panel buttons, without removing Master Station
                           from wall enclosure and without the need of a computer or other electronic devices.
                       3. Stations shall provide memory and processing for:
                           a. individual channel control, dependent on station model
                           b. 13 scenes plus Off selection
                           c. adjustable fade times
                           d. Graphic representation of relative channel intensities.
                       4. Multiple Master Stations may be linked to control up to one hundred twenty-eight (128)
                           independent channels.
                       5. Channels may be programmed in a non-dim condition.
                       6. Master Stations shall provide Raise/Lower control for each individual channel as well
                           as master Raise/Lower for all channels.
                       7. Fade Rate time shall be adjustable from Instant to 60 minutes, with instant override.
                       8. Auto-Cycle feature shall sequence between five (5) or thirteen (13) scenes
                           continuously.
                       9. Cinema Cycle shall progress one-time thru a prearranged scene sequence.
                       10. Alarm trigger shall send channels to a full or a flashing condition.
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                      11. Master Stations shall be configurable to allow Lock-Out for Remote Stations, Master
                          Lock-Out/Remote Function or combinations of Lock-Out. The Master Panel or
                          individual Presets shall feature a Lock-Out to freeze in current state.
                      12. LED intensity of the illuminated pushbuttons shall be adjustable.
                      13. Optional smoked tinted door shall allow display of all channel intensities.
                   C. Intelligent LYTEmode System Touch Screen Stations
                      1. The Intelligent LYTEmode System Touch Screen Master Station (ILSCLTSII) shall
                          consist of a faceplate with a color LCD Touch Screen panel. Minimum acceptable LCD
                          dimensions are 6.4 inch TFT VGA color touch screen (640x480 resolution). The Touch
                          Screen shall be active over the entire display. Back boxes for Touch Screen stations
                          available from the manufacturer.
                          a. Station dimensions: 7.41 x 5.48 x 1.54 inches (18.8 x 13.9 x 3.91 cm)
                          b. Station Front Bezel: 8.03 x 6.11 inches (20.4 x 15.5 cm)
                          c. Operating Temperature: 0° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
                          d. Power: 10V to 28VDC (powered by the ILS Network)
                          e. High Performance Backlight
                          f. Fanless operation
                      2. Station mimics the layout of any selected Intelligent LYTEmode System network
                          master or remote station. Presets or channel adjustments for any network device shall
                          be available.
                      3. Intelligent LYTEmode System Touch Screen Master Station (ILSCLTII) shall be
                          provide an integral Astronomical Time Clock, allowing calendar, as well as time-of-day
                          operation. Setup feature shall be based on either Longitude/Latitude or by City/State to
                          provide accurate forecast of Sunrise/Sunset and compensate for Daylight Savings.
                      4. Intelligent LYTEmode System Touch Screen Master Station shall be available with
                          factory programmed custom logos and backgrounds.
                      5. Connection to the Intelligent LYTEmode System network shall use standard ILS wiring
                          schemes.
                   D. Intelligent LYTEmode System Station Rough-In Backboxes
                      1. Housing shall be wall mounted and constructed of #16 gauge CRS, with a zinc-plated
                          Type I or Type II finish.
                      2. Enclosure shall be provided with internal station mounting tabs, external enclosure
                          mounting ears, and knockouts for standard mounting and wiring methods.
                      3. ILS-CLB-8 Backbox for the four (4) and eight (8) channel Master Stations shall
                          measure 7-1/4” wide by 3-7/10" tall by 3-1/2" deep.
                      4. ILS-CLB-16 Backbox for the twelve (12) and sixteen (16) channel Master Stations shall
                          measure 10-3/4” wide by 3-7/10" tall by 3-1/2" deep.
                      5. ILS-CLB-TS Backbox for the Touch Screen Master Stations shall measure 10-3/4”
                          wide by 3-7/10" tall by 3-1/2" deep.
                   E. Intelligent LYTEmode System Remote Station - 2 button
                      1. Each designer style station shall contain two (2) illuminated buttons for remote access
                          to scenes from the ILS Master Station, which shall be stored in each respective
                          station.
                      2. Station programming shall be by use of front panel buttons, without removing Station
                          from wall enclosure and without the need of a computer or other electronic devices.
                      3. Stations shall provide memory and processing for:
                          a. Individual scene control, dependent on station model
                          b. Allows Master Raise/Lower control of Master Station
                          c. 1 scene plus Off selection
                          d. Infra-red receiver integrated into each station
                      4. LED intensity of the illuminated pushbuttons shall be adjustable.
                      5. Stations shall mount in a single gang wallbox or in a multi-gang box with other stations
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                          or devices.
                   F. Intelligent LYTEmode System Remote Station - 6 button
                      1. Each designer style station shall contain six (6) illuminated buttons for remote access
                          to scenes from the ILS Master Station, which shall be stored in each respective
                          station.
                      2. Station programming shall be by use of front panel buttons, without removing Station
                          from wall enclosure and without the need of a computer or other electronic devices.
                      3. Stations shall provide memory and processing for:
                          a. Individual scene control, dependent on station model
                          b. Allows Master Raise/Lower control of Master Station
                          c. 5 scenes plus Off selection
                          d. Infra-red receiver integrated into each station
                      4. LED intensity of the illuminated pushbuttons shall be adjustable.
                      5. Stations shall mount in a single gang wallbox or in a multi-gang box with other stations
                          or devices.
                   G. Intelligent LYTEmode System Remote Station - 8 button
                      1. Each eight (8) button designer style station shall contain a set of illuminated buttons for
                          remote access to scenes from an ILS Master Station, which shall be stored in each
                          respective station.
                      2. Station programming shall be by use of front panel buttons, without removing Station
                          from wall enclosure and without the need of a computer or other electronic devices.
                      3. Stations shall provide memory and processing for:
                          a. Individual scene control.
                          b. 8 scene selection
                          c. Ability to be combined with six button Remote Station (ILSCL6RESW) as a single
                               2-gang station for 13 scenes plus Off selection.
                      4. LED intensity of the illuminated pushbuttons shall be adjustable.
                      5. Stations shall mount in a single gang wallbox or in a multi-gang box with other
                          Stations.
                   H. Intelligent LYTEmode System Ellipse Style Room Combine Station - ILSCL8RSPS
                      1. Partition control of segmented multi-room spaces shall be provided by an eight (8)
                          illuminated button designer style Room Combine Station.
                      2. The Room Combine Station shall link Multiple Master Stations so that adjustments to
                          one Master Station are duplicated on all linked Master Stations, maintaining a uniform
                          look throughout the expanded space. Unlinked Master Stations shall function as
                          independent controllers for individual rooms or areas.
                      3. A maximum of eight (8) partitions shall be controlled from a single Combine Station
                          and two (2) ILSCL8RSPS stations can be linked to control up to sixteen (16) partitions.
                      4. Partition status condition shall be indicated by the LED push button switches.
                   I. Intelligent LYTEmode System ILSCL232 Serial Interface Port
                      1. The ILSCL232 can operate in two modes:
                          a. ILS mode allows the ILSCL232 to send and receive system commands using the
                               Intelligent LYTEmode System ILS protocol. In this mode, the Intelligent LYTEmode
                               System can communicate with a computer or handheld device operating ILS
                               Software
                          b. AV mode allows the ILSCL232 can send and receive system commands using
                               standard ASCII instructions. In this mode, building management systems or
                               computers without the ILS Software can be used to communicate with the ILS
                               network.
                      2. The ILSCL232 shall incorporate a red LED to indicate transmit activity, and a green
                          LED to indicate receive activity.
                      3. Intelligent LYTEmode System ILSCL232 Serial Interface Ports shall connect to the ILS
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                          network using shielded Cat5 cable. All data and power for the device shall be supplied
                          on the network cable.
                      4. The Intelligent LYTEmode System ILSCL232 Serial Interface Port shall mount in a
                          standard single-gang box.
                      5. Intelligent LYTEmode System ILSCL232 Serial Interface Ports shall be engineered
                          and manufactured in the United States.
                      6. The ILSCL232 is compatible with any Windows based IBM compatible computer using
                          a standard 9-pin serial cable and RS232 communication. For computer access to the
                          ILS network, Desktop Intelligent LYTEmode System is recommended. For wireless
                          access to the Intelligent LYTEmode System network, use the ILSCLWCU wireless
                          control unit with Bluetooth Serial Transceiver.
                      7. The ILSCL232 shall utilize standard 9 pin RS232 serial cable connections of up to one
                          hundred twenty-five (125’) feet.
                      8. Electrical Specifications:
                          a. Input: +22 volts D.C. (powered by the ILS network)
                          b. Temperature: Storage between -25° C to + 85° C and Operating at 0° to 40° C.
                   J. Station Colors
                      1. Standard white faceplate.
                      2. Available in six (6) additional colors using optional color kits (not all colors may be
                          available for all devices).
                          a. Almond
                          b. Ivory
                          c. Black
                          d. Brown
                          e. Grey
                          f. Light Almond
                   K. Intelligent LYTEmode System Network Power Supply - ILSLMHUB
                      1. ILSLMHUB Network Power Supply shall provide 24VDC power over the ILS Network
                          wiring for Master Stations, Remote Stations, and Interfaces.
                      2. Input Power Requirements: 120VAC 50-60Hz
                      3. Power Supply provides two (2) separate outputs rated at three (3) amperes each.
                      4. Enclosure shall contain two (2) isolated compartments; high and low voltage, for wiring
                          connections. Terminal blocks for all connections shall be provided.
                      5. Multiple Power Supplies can be used to provide required capacity for very large
                          networks, or to supply additional power for very long cable runs.
                      6. Enclosure can be either surface or rack (4U) mounted with included dual-function
                          mounting brackets.
                      7. ILSLMHUB Enclosure including the dual function mounting brackets shall measure 19”
                          wide x 7” tall x 3” deep.
                      8. Intelligent LYTEmode System Network Power Supply shall be capable of supplying
                          station power requirements based on unit Station Power Requirements as provided on
                          latest manufacture’s catalog sheets.
                   L. Intelligent LYTEmode System Network Power Supply - ILSLMPSC
                      1. ILSLMHUBC Network Power Supply shall provide 24VDC power over the ILS Network
                          wiring for Master Stations, Remote Stations, and Interfaces controlling an ILS Capio
                          Plus High Density Dimmer Rack system.
                      2. Input Power Requirements: provided by Capio Plus Dimmer Rack
                      3. Power Supply provides a single network output rated at 1.25 amperes (30 watts).
                      4. ILSMPSC shall be hot-swappable for field replacement without removing power to the
                          dimmer rack.
                      5. Terminal blocks for all connections shall be provided.
                      6. Power Supply Module mounts in a slide-in compartment below the Capio Plus Rack
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                             Control Module.
                          7. ILSLMPSC Slide-In Enclosure shall measure 12.3125” wide x 1.5” tall x 6.125” deep.
                          8. Intelligent LYTEmode System Network Power Supply shall be capable of supplying
                             station power requirements based on unit Station Power Requirements as provided on
                             latest manufacture’s catalog sheets.

         2.24      High Density Dimmer Rack - Capio Plus
                   A. General
                      1. Capio Plus Dimmer Rack shall be a high-density dimmer rack system based on
                         Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) dimmer technology.
                      2. Capio Plus Dimmer Rack and its contents shall be recognized by a Nationally
                         Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Capio Plus Dimmer Rack shall be a dead front switchboard, substantially framed and
                         enclosed with 16 gauge cold-rolled steel panels. All rack components shall be properly
                         treated, primed, and finished. Exterior surfaces shall be finished in fine-textured,
                         scratch-resistant powder coat paint. Interior surfaces shall have a corrosion-resistant
                         finish.
                      2. Capio Plus shall be available in 24 and 48-module configurations. Racks shall not
                         exceed the following dimensions:
                         a. Rack - 24 Module: 46” x 14.25” x 25.75” (116.84 x 36.20 x 65.41 cm)
                         b. Rack - 48 Module: 82” x 14.25” x 25.75” (208.28 x 36.20 x 65.41 cm)
                      3. Capio Plus shall be available in 24 and 48-module configurations. Racks shall not
                         exceed the following weights:
                         a. Rack - 24 Module: 135 pounds (59.8 kg) empty
                         b. Rack - 48 Module: 215 pounds (90.7 kg) empty
                      4. Each rack shall have a lockable door containing a removable and user cleanable air
                         filter. A fan assembly shall be located near the top of the rack to draw air through the
                         filter, over the modules, and out the top. The fan assembly shall maintain proper
                         operating temperature for all components provided the ambient temperature of the
                         room does not exceed one hundred four (104) degrees Fahrenheit (40C).
                      5. Racks shall be designed for front access to allow adjacent or back-to-back mounting.
                         Busing kits shall be available to allow adjacent racks of the same size to use a single
                         line feed.
                      6. Racks shall be designed to allow easy insertion and removal of modules without the
                         use of tools.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Capio Plus shall operate at 120/208 VAC 3 phase, 4 wire + ground rated:
                         a. ILSCP48 – 800 amps maximum.
                         b. ILSCP24 – 400 amps maximum.
                      2. Racks shall be completely internally pre-wired by the manufacturer. The installer shall
                         provide and mount input feed, load wiring, control wiring, and optional Capio Plus Bus
                         Kits as required.
                      3. Load terminals shall accept up to #4 AWG wire, or two #8 AWG wires.
                      4. Feed terminals shall accept up to two (2) 600kcmil wires per phase.
                      5. Ground lug terminals shall accept up to #2/0 AWG wire.
                   D. Rack Electronics
                      1. Rack control electronics shall be housed in one (1) plug-in Rack Control Module
                         (CPRCM).
                      2. The dimmer rack standard control signal is Intelligent LYTEmode System ILS
                         Architectural Lighting Control Protocol, or USITT DMX512, or optional Pathport DMX
                         management via Ethernet. This incoming signal terminates in the Rack Control Module
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                         (CPRCM) via CAT5e terminals and modular jumper cable. The protocol transmits
                         512/1024 discrete levels to the rack. The rack in return transmits dimmer status data
                         from its full complement of dimmers to the controller.
                      3. Each Rack Control Module (CPRCM) shall include one (1) permanently mounted
                         RJ-45 jack to which the contractor shall land the incoming Ethernet control cable.
                         Standard Category 5e jumper shall be used to distribute control signals to the rack.
                      4. The Rack Control Module (CPRCM) monitors the thermal operating conditions in the
                         rack and turns the rack fan cooling assembly on as required.
                      5. The Rack Control Module (CPRCM) shall accept two optically isolated ANSI E1.11 -
                         USITT DMX512-A protocol inputs on two (2) permanently mounted 5-pole screw
                         terminal blocks located on the upper backplane PCB. Loop through connections shall
                         also be provided.
                      6. The Rack Control Module (CPRCM) shall also have two (2) closure terminals that may
                         be programmed to initiate external operations by other equipment. These terminals
                         shall be accessible as screw terminals in the rack control-wiring compartment.
                      7. Rack configuration shall be performed by a PC-based program.
                      8. Replacing a dimmer module shall not require reprogramming of the system or
                         processor.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. ILSCP24          Capio Plus Dimmer Rack (24 module spaces)
                      2. ILSCP48          Capio Plus Dimmer Rack (48 module spaces)
                      3. CPRCM            Capio Plus Rack Control Module
                      4. CPSPARES Spare Parts Kit (fuses, hardware & manuals)
                      5. CPPAD48          Vibration Dampening Pads (48 space rack)
                      6. CPBUS48          Rack Busing Kit (48 space rack)
                      7. CPFM             Acoustic Fan Muffler
                      8. CPPAD24          Vibration Dampening Pads (24 space rack)
                      9. CPBUS24          Rack Busing Kit (24 space rack)

         2.25      Dimmer Modules - Capio Plus
                   A. General
                      1. Dimmer Modules shall use IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) to regulate and
                         control load voltage. Dimmers using hard-switching semiconductor devices, such as
                         SCR's or other thyristors shall not be acceptable.
                      2. The dimmers shall not use filter chokes to control the rate of transition in the load
                         current waveform.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Modules shall be plug-in and factory wired. Each module shall be labeled with
                         manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and rating. Each module shall contain a
                         mechanical interlock to prevent insertion or removal with its circuit breakers in the “on”
                         position.
                      2. Standard factory modules shall be available to provide Non-Dim circuits and Constant
                         circuits.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Dimmer modules shall be available in dual or single configurations for two 20A loads,
                         one 50A load, or one 20A HDF load.
                      2. Each dimmer module will contain one or two circuit breakers having an AIC rating of
                         10,000.
                      3. Dimmer electronics shall be completely solid state. Modules using magnetic chokes
                         shall not be acceptable.
                      4. The dimmers shall be immune from damage caused by output short-circuits between
                         load and neutral or load and ground.
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                   D. Performance
                      1. Voltage drop across the complete dimmer at full load current while producing a full
                          output sine wave (insertion loss) shall be three (3V) volts RMS or less. Insertion loss at
                          reduced dimmer loading shall not vary significantly from that produced with a full rated
                          load. Dimmers with insertion loss greater than three (3V) volts RMS at full rated load
                          shall not be acceptable.
                      2. Dimmer Modules shall provide compatible dimming control of the following load types:
                          a. Incandescent / Quartz Halogen
                          b. Cold cathode / Neon
                          c. Electronic Low-voltage
                          d. Magnetic Low-voltage
                          e. Fluorescent 3-wire ballasts (PowerSpec HDF)
                          f. Fluorescent 2-wire ballasts (Advance Mark 10)
                      3. Dimming system shall meet or exceed FCC “Class A” standards for RFI/EMI
                          emissions.
                      4. The dimmers shall use “Digital Power Envelope Processing” to regulate dimmer output
                          to within plus or minus 0.5 volts RMS of the assigned setting. Regulating response
                          shall occur in the same power line cycle as the disturbance when the dimmer is in
                          Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode.
                      5. Zero cross detection to synchronize dimmer to the power line frequency is not
                          acceptable. Dimmer output voltage shall be unaffected by severely distorted or noisy
                          power line waveforms.
                      6. The dimmers shall return status information (Talkback) to the Rack Control Module
                          (CPRCM). Status information shall also be exported by the Capio Plus Dimmer Rack
                          to a management system using Lightolier Controls’ Guardian Software. The following
                          information shall be reported:
                          a. Present power line voltage
                          b. Connected lamp wattage
                          c. Present output setting
                          d. Dimmer operating temperature
                          e. Dimming mode
                          f. Overload condition
                          g. No load condition
                          h. Focus mode
                      7. Dimmers shall hold last received level for a user definable pre-specified period, should
                          the control signal be interrupted.
                      8. The Dimmer Modules shall reduce the level of lamp filament noise, when load type
                          and other conditions permit. Noise Reduction shall be accomplished by use of
                          Reverse Phase Control (RPC), during which the dimmer is on from the beginning of
                          the half-cycle until the desired output voltage is reached. In Forward Phase Control
                          (FPC) mode, the dimmer turns on within the half-cycle and stays on until the end of the
                          half-cycle.
                      9. Dimmer Modules shall automatically switch from Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode
                          to Forward Phase Control (FPC) mode when inductive loads are detected.
                      10. LOW HARM mode shall reduce harmonic currents present on the feed neutral
                          conductor by automatically switching the dimmers in the system to an optimum
                          configuration of FPC and RPC operation. The reduction in neutral current shall be a
                          minimum of 33% with a maximum of 100%, depending upon load sizes and their
                          associated levels.
                      11. Dimmers shall provide a nominal transition time of 800 µS under normal load current
                          regardless of load. When in RPC mode, dimmer output voltage transition time is
                          measured as "fall time". The actual "fall time" generated shall not be affected by the
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                          size of the load present.
                      12. The dimmer transfer function shall comply with the industry standard Square Law
                          dimming curve within a tolerance of plus or minus 0.5 Volts RMS for all incandescent
                          loads.
                      13. Dimmer modules shall provide an associated Focus push button that provides local
                          ON/OFF/LEVEL control for focusing, maintenance, and other purposes. If the level set
                          for a dimmer is zero, tapping the Focus button shall set the dimmer output to full.
                          Pressing and holding the Focus button ramps the dimmer output up to any
                          intermediate level. When a non-zero level is received from the controller, the dimmer
                          shall return to normal operation. Tapping the Focus button, a second time shall also
                          return the dimmer to normal operation. If a dimmer already has a non-zero level from
                          the control desk, the Focus button flashes the dimmer to full output. In all cases,
                          activating the Focus button shall be reported to the system operator, at the Horizon
                          Console or system monitor.
                      14. Each dimmer shall have an LED display to facilitate local reporting of operating
                          conditions.
                      15. Each dimmer will detect operating conditions and take active preventive measures to
                          protect itself and associated load, which shall include, but are not limited to the
                          following:
                          a. At power-up, each dimmer will detect line voltages in excess of 180 VAC. When
                               over-voltage is detected, the dimmer will not turn on its load. The dimmer will also
                               notify the operator via Talkback and flash its locally mounted LED's. Dimmers shall
                               withstand line voltages up to 230 VAC for an indefinite period and up to 280 VAC
                               for fifteen (15) minutes with no damage.
                          b. Each dimmer shall detect excessive heat sink operating temperatures and provide
                               notification of such condition via Talkback. The dimmer shall automatically reduce
                               its own "fall time", which minimizes the production of heat. Dimmers will step from
                               800µS to 250µS. If heat continues to rise, the dimmer will shut down and flash its
                               locally mounted LED’s. If more than six (6) dimmer modules shut down, the entire
                               rack will shut down as a protective measure.
                          c. Each dimmer shall detect load current in excess of its own rating. An overload will
                               cause a dimmer to shut down, and flash its locally mounted LED’s.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. CP20HP             Capio Plus Dual 20A Dimmer Module (800 s)
                      2. CP20ND             Capio Plus Dual 20A Non-dim Module
                      3. CP20CC             Capio Plus Dual 20A Constant Circuit Module
                      4. CP15HP             Capio Plus Dual 15A Dimmer Module (800 s)
                      5. CP15ND             Capio Plus Dual 15A Non-dim Module
                      6. CP15CC             Capio Plus Dual 15A Constant Circuit Module
                      7. CP50               Capio Plus Single 50A Dimmer Module (800 s - max. 10 / rack)
                      8. CP20HDF            PowerSpec HDF Fluorescent Dimming Module
                      9. CPBLANK            Blank Module for empty rack spaces (req. for air flow control)

         2.26      Optio IGBT Lighting Control Panel
                   A. General
                      1. The Optio Lighting Control shall be a linear dimming system based on Insulated Gate
                          Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) technology.
                      2. Each Optio Lighting Control Panel shall be formed of cold-rolled steel sections.
                          Exterior surfaces shall be finished in fine-textured, scratch-resistant powder coat paint.
                          Interior surfaces shall have a corrosion-resistant finish.
                      3. Optio Lighting Control Panels shall be custom configured at the factory to meet the
                          requirements for each application.
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                      4. Optio Panels shall be natural convection cooled.
                      5. Optio Panels and IGBT dimmer modules shall produce no mechanical noise.
                      6. Optio Lighting Control dimming system shall meet or exceed FCC “Class A” standards
                         for RFI/EMI emissions.
                      7. Optio Lighting Control Panels shall be Listed or Recognized as applicable by a
                         Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The Optio Lighting Control Panel shall be a NEMA Type 1 approved enclosure
                         designed for use as a surface mount enclosure.
                      3. Construction shall be 18 gauge cold roll steel (CRS) with flanged edge to
                         accommodate screw covers.
                      4. Optio Lighting Control Panels shall be available with 15 or 20 ampere circuit breakers,
                         Master or Auxiliary configurations, internal Pathport node, UL924 emergency lighting
                         option, and 6 & 9 module panels shall have internal main circuit breaker capacity.
                      5. Optio Panels shall not exceed the following dimensions:
                         a. Panel – 3 Module: 31.5”W x 25.0”H x 6.825”D (80.01 x 63.50 x 17.34 cm)
                         b. Panel – 6 Module: 31.5”W x 42.5”H x 6.825”D (80.01 x 107.95 x 17.34 cm)
                         c. Panel – 9 Module: 31.5”W x 62.0”H x 6.825”D (80.01 x 157.48 x 17.34 cm)
                      6. Optio Control Panel indoor only operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit
                         (0 to 40°C) in 5 to 95 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Load connection shall be by spring cage connectors.
                      8. Line connection shall be by distribution block.
                      9. An optional mounting bracket (OPTBRKT32) for mounting the panel on thirty-two (32”)
                         centers shall be available.
                   C. Electronics
                      1. Optio Lighting Control head-end electronics shall be housed in the Panel.
                      2. The Optio Lighting Control standard control signals are ANSI E1.11–2008 (USITT
                         DMX512-A) and Intelligent LYTEmode System (ILS). The incoming signal terminates
                         in the head-end electronics.
                      3. Each Optio Lighting Control shall include one permanently mounted RJ-45 jack to
                         which the contractor shall land the incoming Ethernet control cable (Pathport option
                         only).
                      4. Each Optio Lighting Control shall accept one (1) optically isolated ANSI E1.11–2008
                         (USITT DMX512-A) protocol input. Loop through connection shall also be provided.
                      5. Configuration of the Optio Lighting Control shall be performed by a PC-based program
                         or through front panel mounted controls.
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. OPT3120         Optio Dimming Panel, 3-Space, 120 Volt AC
                      2. OPT6120         Optio Dimming Panel, 6-Space, 120 Volt AC
                      3. OPT9120         Optio Dimming Panel, 9-Space, 120 Volt AC
                      4. OPT3277         Optio Dimming Panel, 3-Space, 277 Volt AC
                      5. OPT6277         Optio Dimming Panel, 6-Space, 277 Volt AC
                      6. OPT9277         Optio Dimming Panel, 9-Space, 277 Volt AC
                      7. OPTBLANK Blank Cover for Open Module Space
                      8. OPTBRKT3 Optional Mounting Bracket for 32 inch centers

         2.27      Optio Lighting Control Dimmer Modules
                   A. General
                      1. Optio IGBT Dimmer Modules shall use Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) to
                          regulate and control load voltage and current.
                      2. Optio IGBT Dimmer Modules shall be natural convection cooled.
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                      3. Optio IGBT Dimmer Modules shall produce no mechanical noise.
                      4. True relay modules shall be available.
                      5. Optio Dimmer Modules shall be Listed or Recognized as applicable by a Nationally
                          Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
                   B. Electrical
                      1. The IGBT Dimmer electronics shall be completely solid state.
                      2. The IGBT dimmers shall be immune from damage caused by output short-circuits
                          between load and neutral or load and ground.
                   C. Performance
                      1. The insertion loss (voltage drop across the complete dimmer at full load current while
                          producing a full output sine wave) shall be less than three volts RMS. Insertion loss at
                          reduced dimmer loading shall not vary significantly from that produced with a full rated
                          load. Dimmers with insertion loss greater than three volts RMS at full rated load shall
                          not be acceptable.
                      2. The dimmers shall use Digital Power Envelope Processing to regulate dimmer output
                          to within plus or minus 0.5 volts RMS of the assigned setting. Regulating response
                          shall occur in the same power line cycle as the disturbance when the dimmer is in
                          Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode.
                      3. The dimmers shall hold last received level for a user pre-specified period, should the
                          control signal be interrupted.
                      4. IGBT Dimmer Modules shall automatically switch from Reverse Phase Control (RPC)
                          mode to Forward Phase Control (FPC) mode when inductive loads are detected. In
                          RPC mode the dimmer is on from the beginning of the half-cycle until the desired
                          output voltage is reached. In FPC mode, the dimmer turns on within the half-cycle and
                          stays on until the end of the half-cycle. Use of RPC mode, when load type and other
                          conditions permit, reduces the level of lamp filament noise.
                      5. LOW HARM mode shall reduce harmonic currents present on the feed neutral
                          conductor by switching the dimmers in the system to an optimum configuration of FPC
                          and RPC operation. The reduction in neutral current shall be a minimum of 33% with a
                          maximum of 100%, depending upon load sizes and their associated levels.
                      6. When in RPC mode, dimmer output voltage transition time is measured as "fall time".
                          The actual "fall time" generated shall not be affected by the size of the load present.
                          Dimmers shall provide a minimum fall time of 800 µS under normal load current
                          regardless of load.
                      7. The dimmer transfer function shall comply with the industry standard Square Law
                          dimming curve within a tolerance of plus or minus 0.5 Volts RMS for all incandescent
                          loads.
                      8. Each dimmer shall have an associated Focus push button that provides local
                          ON/OFF/LEVEL control for focusing, maintenance, and other purposes. If the level set
                          for a dimmer is zero, tapping the Focus button shall set the dimmer output to full.
                          Pressing and holding the Focus button ramps the dimmer output up to any
                          intermediate level. When a non-zero level is received from the controller, the dimmer
                          shall return to normal operation. Tapping the Focus button, a second time shall also
                          return the dimmer to normal operation. If a dimmer already has a non-zero level from
                          the control desk, the Focus button flashes the dimmer to full output.
                      9. Each dimmer shall have an LED display to facilitate local reporting of operating
                          conditions.
                      10. Each IGBT dimmer will detect operating conditions and take active measures to
                          protect itself (and the load). Protective measures shall include, but are not limited to
                          the following:
                          a. At power-up, each 120VAC dimmer will detect line voltages in excess of 180 VAC.
                              When over-voltage is detected, the dimmer will not turn on its load.
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                          b. Each dimmer shall detect excessive heat sink operating temperatures and shall
                             automatically reduce its own "fall time", which minimizes the production of heat.
                             Dimmers will step from 800 µS to 250 µS. If heat continues to rise, the dimmer will
                             shut down, and flash its locally mounted LED’s.
                          c. Each dimmer shall detect load current in excess of its own rating. An overload will
                             cause a dimmer to shut down, and flash its locally mounted LED’s.
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. OPT20HP            Dual 2000VA IGBT Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      2. OPT22400           Dual 2400VA SCR Inductive Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      3. OPT22400HDF Dual 2400VA PowerSpecHDF Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      4. OPT21800EB         Dual 1800VAAdvance Mark10 Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      5. OPT22400RL         Dual 2400W Relay Module, 120 Volt
                      6. OPT22000F          Dual 2000VA Magnetic Fluorescent Module, 120 Volt
                      7. OPT41000HP         Quad 1000VA IGBT Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      8. OPT42000           Quad 2000W SCR Inductive Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      9. OPT42400HDF Quad 2400VA PowerSpecHDF Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      10. OPT41800EB        Quad 1800VA Advance Mark10 Dimmer Module, 120 Volt
                      11. OPT42400RL        Quad 2400W Relay Module, 120 Volt
                      12. OPT24007          Dual 4000VA SCR Dimmer Module, 277 Volt
                      13. OPT24000HDF7 Dual 4000VA PowerSpec HDF Dimmer Module, 277 Volt
                      14. OPT21800EB7       Dual 3000VA Advance Mark10 Dimmer Module, 277 Volt
                      15. OPT22000F7        Dual 4000VA 3-Wire Phase Controlled Fluorescent, 277 Volt
                      16. OPT22400RL7       Dual 4000W Relay Module, 277 Volt
                      17. OPT420007         Quad 4000VA SCR Inductive Dimmer Module, 277 Volt
                      18. OPT41800EB7       Quad 3000VA Advance Mark10 Dimmer Module, 277 Volt
                      19. OPT42400RL7       Quad 4000W Relay Module, 277 Volt
                      20. OPT20HP7          Dual 20A IGBT 277V
                      21. OPT42000HP7 Quad 2000W IGBT 277V

         2.28      MultiSet Pro Lighting Control System
                   A. Multiset Pro Dimmer
                      1. Preset dimmer shall be designer style device and shall gang with any designer style
                          device.
                      2. Preset dimming control shall be able to operate at rated load capacity with out
                          adversely effecting expected design life.
                      3. Keypad shall be line voltage (120VAC) with Hot, Neutral, and Ground.
                      4. “Strap” models (MSP) shall fit in standard single gang contractor box (3.5 inch deep)
                          with out the need to be derated when ganging with other Multiset Pro devices or other
                          designer style devices.
                      5. “Heatsink” models (MHP) shall fit in standard single gang contractor box (3.5 inch
                          deep) when mounted alone.
                      6. MHP models shall be able to be mounted with other MHP devices without the need to
                          be derated. MHP models shall be mounted in “no fins broken” or “fins broken”
                          configurations only. MHP models shall be compatible with Lightolier Controls Multi-
                          gang “NFB or FB” faceplates or can be mounted in standard 4”x 4” wireway for ease of
                          installation using faceplates provided.
                      7. MSP model shall be available in minimum 600-watt universal load rated devices. Load
                          to be controlled shall be incandescent, low voltage magnetic incandescent, neon/cold
                          cathode, fluorescent, fan, Lightolier Controls “DA” series amplifiers, and general
                          inductive loads.
                      8. MSP model shall be available in 300-watt electronic low voltage incandescent. Device
                          shall match universal dimmer in fit and appearance.
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                      9. MSP model shall be available in a 600HDF direct drive for operation with Lightolier
                          Controls PowerSpec HDF fluorescent Dimming Ballasts or “DA” series amplifiers (120-
                          volt applications). Device shall match universal dimmer in fit and appearance.
                      10. MHP model shall be available in 600-watt, 1000-watt, 1500-watt, and 2000-watt
                          universal load rated devices.
                      11. Loads to be controlled shall be incandescent, low voltage magnetic incandescent,
                          neon/cold cathode, fluorescent, fan, and general inductive loads.
                      12. MHP model shall be available in 500-watt electronic low voltage incandescent. Device
                          shall match MHP 600 and 1000 watt universal dimmer in fit and appearance.
                      13. MHP model shall be available in 600 or 1500HDF direct drive for operation with
                          Lightolier Controls PowerSpec HDF fluorescent Dimming Ballasts or “DA” series
                          amplifiers (120VAC applications). Device shall match 600VA and 1500VA universal
                          dimmers in fit and appearance.
                      14. All dimmers shall communicate on a single line voltage wire interconnected between
                          all electronic MHP devices, optional MHP interface devices, and preset keypads
                          completely independent of phase.
                      15. This interconnect will occur within each unique control system consisting of up to thirty
                          (30) devices.
                   B. Multiset Pro Switch (ND)
                      1. Non-Dim (ND) strap style switch shall be designer style device and shall gang with any
                          designer style device.
                      2. ND switch shall be able to operate at rated load capacity without adversely effecting
                          expected design life.
                      3. “Strap” model (MSP) shall fit standard single gang contractor box (3.5 inch deep)
                          without the need to be derated when ganging with other Multiset Pro devices or other
                          designer style devices.
                      4. “Heatsink” model (MHP) shall fit in standard single gang contractor box (3.5 inch deep)
                          when mounted alone.
                      5. MHP model shall be able to be mounted with other MHP devices without the need to
                          be derated. MHP model shall be mounted in no fins broken configurations only. MHP
                          models shall be compatible with Lightolier Controls Multi-gang “NFB” or “FB”
                          faceplates or can be mounted in standard 4”x 4” wireway for ease of installation using
                          faceplates provided.
                      6. MSP models shall be available in 600-watt universal load rated devices. Load to be
                          controlled shall be any general resistive or inductive non-dim type load.
                      7. MHP models shall be available in 1000-watt and 2000-watt universal load rated
                          devices only. Load to be controlled shall be any general resistive or inductive non-dim
                          type load.
                      8. All electronic switches must operate on a single line voltage communication wire
                          interconnected between all dimmers, optional interface devices, and preset keypads
                          completely independent of phase. This interconnect shall occur within each unique
                          control system consisting of up to thirty (30) devices.
                   C. Multiset Pro Dimmer/Switch Features
                      1. All models shall be capable of “learning” thirteen (13) preset levels and recalling those
                          presets with a touch of a button. Preset levels shall be set (learned) by using a non-
                          extrusive set button located on each control device.
                      2. Preset level shall not be learned until the set button is pressed. This feature shall allow
                          manual setting, which will not affect preset levels (manual override).
                      3. All models will return to previous level after power failure.
                      4. Dimming models shall allow fade rates between presets to be selected in twelve steps
                          from 1.5 sec to 60 min.
                      5. Dimming models shall fade to preset level with a single press of a button or by-pass
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                          Fade Rate and quickly move to these levels with a double press.
                      6. All models shall incorporate a red LED indicator to display current output level. Preset
                          level shall be indicated by a single soft glow LED.
                      7. All models shall have a built in LED at the top of the trim ring for locating the device
                          while in an Off state.
                      8. All models shall incorporate a positive air gap switch accessible without removal of
                          faceplate.
                   D. Sources
                      1. Dimmers shall be able to control the following sources (load types) with a smooth
                          continuous Square Law-dimming curve:
                          a. Incandescent,
                          b. Low Voltage Magnetic Transformers
                          c. Neon/Cold Cathode.
                      2. Dimmer shall contain circuitry to provide symmetrical waveforms to prevent DC offset
                          voltage from being delivered to the load being controlled.
                      3. Dimmers shall be compatible with diode type lamps.
                      4. Dimmers shall be input voltage compensated to eliminate output sag during
                          momentary input voltage fluctuations.
                      5. Dimmers shall contain “soft start” circuitry to minimize turn on in-rush current.
                      6. DA amplifiers shall be available for channels/zones requiring multiple circuits dimmed
                          together or larger loads. DA amplifiers shall be compatible with Lightolier Controls HDF
                          load rated dimmers.
                      7. Electronic Low Voltage Transformers
                          a. Dimmers shall provide flicker free performance with no interaction between
                              dimmed circuits.
                          b. For larger load applications, a “DA” amplifier shall be available. Amplifier shall be
                              compatible with Multiset Pro (HDF) dimmers.
                      8. Electronic Fluorescent Dimming Ballasts (GLT/HDF/EB)
                          a. Dimmers shall be compatible with PowerSpec HDF dimming ballasts and Advance
                              Mark 10 dimming ballast (EB).
                      9. Controllable dimming ballasts-PowerSpec HDF T4, T5, T8, and PLT series ballasts.
                      10. Ballasts shall be available in universal 120/277 volt AC up to four (4) lamp models
                          (specific to lamp type).
                      11. Ballasts shall be designed such that 3' and 4' linear T8 models can be mixed on the
                          same dimmed circuit and maintain consistent light output at any output level.
                      12. Ballasts should be capable of striking lamps at any light level.
                      13. Ballasts shall comply with an “A” sound rating.
                      14. Ballasts output level should be flicker free though out the entire dimming range.
                          a. Direct drive dimmers shall be available for 120 volt AC applications.
                          b. DA amplifiers shall be available for channels/zones requiring multiple circuits to be
                              dimmed together or circuits that require control of loads that exceed individual
                              dimmer rating. HDF load dimmers shall be used in conjunction with these DA
                              amplifiers.
                          c. DA amplifiers shall be used in conjunction with HDF load dimmers for all dimming
                              ballasts circuited at 277 volts AC.
                      15. Neon/Cold Cathode Transformers
                          a. Dimmer shall be capable of dimming lamps to 10% of full output when used with
                              normal (low) power factor transformers.
                          b. Dimmer shall be able to dim lamp free of flicker or striations over the entire
                              dimming range.
                          c. Lamps suitable for dimming must be used for optimum performance.
                          d. It is the installing contractors' responsibility to insure that all lamps and wiring are
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                               as specified in manufacturer’s product literature.
                   E. Eight, Five and Two Scene Keypad Controls
                      1. Keypad shall be designer style device and shall gang with any designer style device.
                      2. Keypad shall be line voltage (120VAC) with Hot, Neutral, Communication, and
                          Ground. A single line voltage rated conductor (purple wire) shall be used as control
                          data conductor.
                      3. The five-scene keypad shall be capable of recalling five (5) presets and Off.
                      4. The eight-scene keypad shall be capable of recalling eight (8) presets.
                      5. The two-scene keypad shall be capable of recalling the On scene and Off.
                      6. Keypad shall allow raise and lower of all dimmers on the system by holding the On or
                          Off buttons on the Classic Series or the Raise/Lower arrows on the Ellipse Series
                          (except eight scene keypad).
                      7. Keypad push buttons shall be back lighted for locating button in a dark room.
                      8. Classic Series keypad shall have removable keycaps and be provided with a
                          preprinted label sheet for labeling in the field. Ellipse Series keypad shall allow for
                          optional factory custom engraving.
                      9. Manufacturer shall provide strap (MSP) and heatsink (MHP) type keypads.
                      10. Five and Two scene keypads shall display the On button when system is left in the Off
                          scene and any dimmer or electronic switch is turned on (Feedback).
                   F. Channel Remotes
                      1. Channel remote shall be designer style device and shall gang with any designer style
                          device.
                      2. Channel remote shall provide multi-location control of a single Multiset Pro dimmer.
                          Remote shall provide all functions available at the dimming device with the exception
                          of the "Learn" and LED indicators.
                      3. Channel remote shall have a built in red LED at the top of the trim ring for locating
                          device while in an Off state.
                      4. Manufacturer shall not limit the number of channel remotes used with a single dimmer.
                      5. Channel remote shall be line voltage wired only.
                      6. Manufacturer shall provide strap (MSP) and heatsink (MHP) models.
                   G. Interface Control Options
                      1. Isolated momentary dry switch closures. When indicated on the drawings momentary
                          dry switch closures shall be connected between the function being controlled and
                          system ground. When momentary inputs are required at least one five scene keypad
                          for each system being controlled must be specified as the AV suffix keypad.
                          (MSP5AVES / MHP5AVES)
                      2. Astronomical time clock control inputs utilizing Lightolier Controls CLTCCO-MS time
                          clock option. Where indicated on drawings, contractor to provide one line voltage
                          conductor from each system to be controlled (up to nine) back to clock location. Time
                          clock option will require a dedicated 120-volt AC feed.
                      3. Infrared receiver/transmitter, wall, and ceiling mounted, utilizing Lightolier Controls
                          CLM-IRW/IRC wireless IR options. Where indicated on the drawing, contractor to pull
                          eight 22 gauge Class 1 conductors from receiver to one (1) five-scene keypad location.
                          Keypad must be specified as the AV suffix keypad (MSP5AVES / MHP5AVES).
                      4. Occupancy sensor utilizing Lightolier Controls wall and ceiling mounted detectors.
                          Models CSOSLV (wall unit) and OSPSSYS with OSC (ceiling mount) shall be used to
                          trigger a preset scene when the room is occupied and to turn lights off when room has
                          been vacated. Occupancy system shall be configurable to provide manual/auto-on,
                          adjustable time out, sensitivity, and coverage area. System shall have built in time
                          delay after Off command is sent to allow occupant to exit the room. Where indicated
                          on the drawings, contractor shall pull eight (8) 22 gauge Class 1 conductors from
                          receiver (OSPSSYS / CSOSLV) to one (1) five-scene keypad location. Keypad must
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                             be specified as the audio-visual (AV) suffix keypad (MSP5AVES / MHP5AVES).
                          5. Serial communication EIA RS-232 utilizing Lightolier Controls MS232 interface. Where
                             indicated on the drawings, contractor to provide one (1) 120 volt AC power circuit and
                             pull one (1) line voltage conductor from system to be controlled. RS232 interface shall
                             provide scene control and feedback in a standard ASCII format.
                             a. Interface shall be provided with setup software and a four-pin line voltage rated
                                 wall outlet for ease of installation. Interface shall be provided with LED indicators
                                 and push buttons for scene selection and troubleshooting.
                             b. Interface shall be EIA-485 compatible for linking multiple systems together on a
                                 single network. Interface shall be addressable to allow up to thirty (30) interfaces to
                                 be controlled from single communications port.

         2.29      Brilliance II Lighting Control System
                   A. Brilliance II Control Center - BCCII
                       1. Housing shall be wall mounted and constructed of #14 gauge CRS measuring 12”
                           wide by 16" tall by 4-1/8" deep, with antique white enamel finish.
                       2. A removable front panel shall provide access to all components and terminations from
                           the front and serve as partition between low and high voltage sections of the BCCII.
                       3. No field assembly shall be required except for the insertion of interface cards.
                       4. Power and control terminals shall be of the tubular compression type and be clearly
                           labeled for identification. The System shall operate either at 120/240 VAC single phase
                           3 wire with ground, or 120VAC single phase two wire with ground.
                       5. Brilliance II Control Center current draw shall not exceed one (1) Ampere and operate
                           in an ambient temperature not to exceed one hundred four (104) degrees Fahrenheit
                           (40C).
                       6. The system shall be capable of self-diagnostics.
                       7. Each BCCII shall be provided with twelve (12) card slots that can accept up to twelve
                           system control cards.
                       8. Two (2) BCCII's can be combined in conjunction with six (6) MS232’s to expand
                           system capabilities to thirty (30) rooms.
                       9. The total number of Brilliance II Control Stations shall not exceed thirty (30) per
                           system.
                       10. The BCCII shall be capable of interfacing with remote signaling devices such as
                           security systems, building management systems, etc., provided an isolated (dry)
                           momentary closure can be supplied by the signaling system.
                   B. Brilliance II Multiset Pro Interface Card (BRMSM)
                           The BRMSM cards are intended to control only Multiset Pro systems using the
                           Multiset Pro systems network (“purple wire”). The card shall have LED status
                           indicator and test switches to activate and diagnose system.
                   C. Brilliance II Relay Input/Output Interface Card (BRRLY)
                           The BRRLY relay interface card shall activate the four (4) relay outputs and provide
                           the capability of configuring the four (4) relay inputs to activate a lighting scene or
                           relay output.
                   D. Brilliance II Communications Interface Card (BRCOMM)
                           The BRCOMM communications interface card shall provide RS-232 and RS-485
                           interface from a personal computer by accepting standard ASCII commands to
                           activate Brilliance II devices.
                   E. Brilliance II Time Clock Interface Card (BRTLCK)
                           The BRTLCK time clock interface, shipped with the Brilliance II Time Clock, is
                           required when using the time clock and occupies one (1) slot.
                   F. Brilliance II Programmable Control Stations
                       1. Each designer style Brilliance II Control Station shall contain a set of illuminated
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                         buttons for On/Scene/Off control of single or multiple devices connected to the
                         Brilliance II Control Center (BCC).
                      2. Stations shall mount in a single gang wallbox or in a multi-gang box with other
                         Brilliance II Control Stations or other compatible devices.
                      3. All wiring shall be electrical low voltage and shall be wired and grounded in
                         accordance with National Electrical Code and other local regulations.
                      4. All Control Station buttons shall be field labeled with custom room identification
                         engraving provided by manufacturer.
                      5. Activated buttons shall have illuminated on / off status indication.
                      6. There shall be no moving or protruding parts available to user once Control Station is
                         installed.
                   G. Compli Faceplates
                      1. Faceplates shall have no visible screws and shall fit over all designer style control
                         openings.
                      2. Faceplates shall be compatible with Brilliance II, Onset, InSight, Multiset Pro,
                         Compose PLC, Rockslide, Astral, and Sunrise dimmers and switches as well as other
                         designer style wiring devices such as switches, receptacles, jacks, and controls
                         supplied on this project.
                      3. Faceplates shall be capable of covering dimmers, switches, and other devices ganged
                         with preset control stations.
                      4. Faceplates shall "snap-on" securely to back plate.
                      5. Back plate shall have "self-aligning" tabs that center all devices automatically upon
                         installation.
                      6. Faceplates shall be made of durable impact-resistant plastic material.
                      7. Faceplates shall be available in one through seven (1-7) gang configurations.
                      8. Faceplates shall be available in the following colors (not all colors may be available for
                         all devices):
                         a. White
                         b. Ivory
                         c. Black
                         d. Brown
                         e. Grey
                         f. Almond

         2.30      PowerSpec HDF Ballast
                   A. PowerSpec HDF Ballasts shall be available in lamp specific models to control a variety of
                      common fluorescent sources.
                   B. Ballasts control shall be controlled by Lightolier Controls PowerSpec HDF direct drive
                      dimmers, dimmer module, an applicable HDF amplifier, or other compatible interface.
                   C. There shall be no perceived difference between the light levels of ballasts for the same
                      type of lamp.
                   D. Each ballast shall allow for smooth and continuous dimming down to between one and
                      three (1-3%) percent lumen output dependent on lamp type, voltage to ballast, ambient
                      temperature, initial lamp burn-in, and lamp life used or remaining.
                   E. Each ballast shall accept line-voltage, three-wire control (hot, neutral, and signal).
                   F. Input voltage: 120-volt or 277-volt, 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
                   G. Comply with following industry standards:
                      1. ANSI C82.11-1993 for ballast operation
                      2. ANSI C62.41-1984 for transient protection
                      3. FCC Part 18.C Class-A rating
                      4. UL and CSA approved
                   H. Ballast shall provide a high power factor that’s greater than .97 at both full power and on
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                      low dim.
                   I. Lamp current crest factor shall be less than 1.6.
                   J. Ballasts shall provide a low THD of less than ten (10%) percent at full power and less than
                      twenty (20%) percent on low dim.
                   K. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. T-8 Rapid-Start          120/277 volt 9.5 x 1.7 x 1.13 inches (24 x 4.3 x 3 cm)
                      2. Linear T-5 Rapid Start 120/277 volt 16.7 x 1.18 x 1 inches (42.3 x 3 x 2.54 cm)
                      3. T-5 Twin-Tube RS         120/277 volt 9.5 x 1.25 x 1.18 inches (24 x 4.3 x 3 cm)
                      4. QT T-4 Quad and TTT Triple Tube Rapid Start 120/277 volt 5 x 3 x 1.18 inches (12.7 x
                          7.6 x 3 cm)

         2.31      Dimming Amplifiers
                   A. Dimming Amplifier shall provide control of a separate lighting circuit regardless of load
                      phase.
                   B. Control of the Dimming Amplifier shall be in conjunction with a Lightolier HDF-rated
                      dimmer to provide input signaling.
                   C. Input voltage: 106 – 132 VAC, 60 Hz.
                   D. Output voltage: regulated to 0.5% per 10-volt line variation.
                   E. Dimming Amplifiers shall be UL and cUL listed devices.
                   F. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. DA110QE120I         1000 watt          120 volt        incandescent/electronic low
                          voltage
                      2. DA22000VAI          2000 watt          120 volt        incandescent/MLV/cold cathode
                      3. DA2400VAI           2400 watt          120 volt        incandescent/MLV/cold cathode
                      4. DA10HDF             10 ampere          120/277v        PowerSpec HDF Ballast
                      5. DA20HDF120I         20 ampere          120 volt        PowerSpec HDF Ballast
                      6. DA20HDF277I         20 ampere          277 volt        PowerSpec HDF Ballast
                      7. DA2400EBI           2400 watt          120 volt        Mark 10 Ballast
                      8. DA22000EBI          2 x 1536VA         120 volt        Mark 10 Ballast
                      9. DA2400EB277I 1536VA                    277 volt        Mark 10 Ballast
                      10. DA22000EB277I 2 x 1536VA              277 volt        Mark 10 Ballast

         2.32      IPS Intelligent Raceway
                   A. General
                      1. The Intelligent Raceway shall be a linear dimming system based on Insulated Gate
                          Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) technology.
                      2. Each Intelligent Raceway shall be formed of cold-rolled steel sections. Exterior
                          surfaces shall be finished in fine-textured, scratch-resistant powder coat paint. Interior
                          surfaces shall have a corrosion-resistant finish.
                      3. Intelligent Raceway is fabricated from eight (8’) foot long sections. Height of each
                          section shall not exceed 6”. Power and control termination head end section shall not
                          exceed fifteen and one half (15.5”) inches. Width of each section shall not exceed 3-
                          1/2”. Overall, length of combined sections shall not exceed ninety-six (96’) feet long.
                      4. Local controls and displays shall be mounted adjacent to each dimmer pair in the
                          Intelligent Raceway.
                      5. Intelligent Raceway shall produce no mechanical noise.
                      6. Intelligent Raceway dimming system shall meet or exceed FCC “Class A” standards
                          for RFI/EMI emissions.
                      7. Each dimming system shall be listed and labeled by Underwriters Laboratories
                          Incorporated as Industrial Control Equipment (UL 508).
                   B. Electronics
                      1. Intelligent Raceway head-end electronics shall be housed in a permanently attached
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                             code-sized enclosure at one end of the Raceway.
                          2. The Intelligent Raceway standard control signal is 10BASE-T Ethernet running a
                             TCP/IP based protocol. This incoming signal terminates in the head-end electronics.
                             When used with a Capio Plus Dimmer Rack the protocol transmits 1024 discrete levels
                             to the rack. The raceway in return transmits dimmer status data from its full
                             complement of dimmers to the controller.
                          3. Each Intelligent Raceway shall include one permanently mounted RJ-45 jack to which
                             the contractor shall land the incoming Ethernet control cable.
                          4. Each Intelligent Raceway shall accept one (1) optically isolated USITT DMX512/1990
                             protocol input on a standard 5-pin receptacle. Loop through connection shall also be
                             provided.
                          5. Configuration of the Intelligent Raceway shall be performed by a PC-based program.

         2.33      IPS Intelligent Raceway Dimmer Modules
                   A. General
                      1. Raceway Dimmer Modules shall use Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) to
                          regulate and control load voltage.
                      2. Dimmers using hard-switching SCR or other thyristor semiconductor devices shall not
                          be acceptable.
                      3. Dimmers shall not use filter chokes to control the rate of rise in the load current
                          waveform.
                   B. Electrical
                      1. Each dimmer module shall contain two (2) dimmers, each capable of controlling up to
                          combined 2400 watt (20A) load. Total load capacity of each dimmer module pair shall
                          be capped at 20 Amps (2400 watts). If the load capacity is exceeded, the module will
                          automatically turn-off the last load energized.
                      2. Dimmer electronics shall be completely solid state.
                      3. The dimmers shall be immune from damage caused by output short-circuits between
                          load and neutral or load and ground.
                   C. Performance
                      1. The insertion loss (voltage drop across the complete dimmer at full load current while
                          producing a full output sine wave) shall be less than three volts RMS. Insertion loss at
                          reduced dimmer loading shall not vary significantly from that produced with a full rated
                          load. Dimmers with insertion loss greater than three volts RMS at full rated load shall
                          not be acceptable.
                      2. The dimmers shall use Digital Power Envelope Processing to regulate dimmer output
                          to within plus or minus 0.5 volts RMS of the assigned setting. Regulating response
                          shall occur in the same power line cycle as the disturbance when the dimmer is in
                          Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode.
                      3. The IPS Intelligent Raceway shall return IPS Talkback information to the control
                          console. The following information shall be reported:
                          a. Present power line voltage
                          b. Connected lamp wattage
                          c. Present output setting
                          d. Dimmer operating temperature
                          e. Dimming mode
                          f. Overload condition
                          g. No load condition
                          h. Focus mode
                      4. The dimmers shall hold last received level for a user pre-specified period, should the
                          control signal be interrupted.
                      5. Dimmer Modules shall automatically switch from Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode
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                          to Forward Phase Control (FPC) mode when inductive loads are detected. In RPC
                          mode the dimmer is on from the beginning of the half-cycle until the desired output
                          voltage is reached. In FPC mode, the dimmer turns on within the half-cycle and stays
                          on until the end of the half-cycle. Use of RPC mode, when load type and other
                          conditions permit, reduces the level of lamp filament noise.
                      6. LOW HARM mode shall reduce harmonic currents present on the feed neutral
                          conductor by automatically switching the dimmers in the system to an optimum
                          configuration of FPC and RPC operation. The reduction in neutral current shall be a
                          minimum of 33% with a maximum of 100%, depending upon load sizes and their
                          associated levels.
                      7. When in RPC mode, dimmer output voltage transition time is measured as "fall time".
                          The actual "fall time" generated shall not be affected by the size of the load present.
                          Dimmers shall provide a minimum fall time of 800 µS under normal load current
                          regardless of load.
                      8. The dimmer transfer function shall comply with the industry standard Square Law
                          dimming curve within a tolerance of plus or minus 0.5 Volts RMS for all incandescent
                          loads.
                      9. Each dimmer shall have an associated Focus push button that provides local
                          ON/OFF/LEVEL control for focusing, maintenance, and other purposes. If the level set
                          for a dimmer is zero, tapping the Focus button shall set the dimmer output to full.
                          Pressing and holding the Focus button ramps the dimmer output up to any
                          intermediate level. When a non-zero level is received from the controller, the dimmer
                          shall return to normal operation. Tapping the Focus button, a second time shall also
                          return the dimmer to normal operation. If a dimmer already has a non-zero level from
                          the control desk, the Focus button flashes the dimmer to full output. In all cases,
                          activating the Focus button shall be reported to the system operator, at the console or
                          system monitor.
                      10. Each dimmer shall have an LED display to facilitate local reporting of operating
                          conditions.
                      11. Each dimmer will detect operating conditions and take active measures to protect itself
                          (and the load). Protective measures shall include, but are not limited to the following:
                          a. At power-up, each dimmer will detect line voltages in excess of 180 VAC. When
                              over-voltage is detected, the dimmer will not turn on its load. The dimmer will also
                              notify the operator via IPS Talkback and flash its locally mounted LED’s. Dimmers
                              shall withstand line voltages up to 230 VAC for an indefinite period and up to 280
                              VAC for fifteen minutes with no damage.
                          b. Each dimmer shall detect excessive heat sink operating temperatures and notify
                              the console of the condition via IPS Talkback. The dimmer shall automatically
                              reduce its own "fall time", which minimizes the production of heat. Dimmers will
                              step from 800 µS to 250 µS. If heat continues to rise, the dimmer will shut down,
                              notify the console via IPS Talkback, and flash its locally mounted LED’s.
                          c. Each dimmer shall detect load current in excess of its own rating. An overload will
                              cause a dimmer to shut down, notify the console, and flash its locally mounted
                              LED’s.
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. IPS-IRW-( length )-( # dual dimmer modules )-( connector type )-( pigtail or flush )
                      2. Hanger Types ( required quantity is one plus one per five foot of length )
                          a. Single Pipe
                          b. Double Pipe
                          c. Wall Hanger
                      3. Requires Factory Engineering review due to Code requirements.

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         2.34      IPS Distributed Dimming: Dimmer Strips
                   A. IPS-DS-2400 is a self-contained dimming system packaged as a linear strip cooled by
                      natural convection and operate without cooling fans or filters.
                      1. IPS-DS-2400 Dimmer Strip
                          a. Three 2400-watt dimmers
                          b. Measure 5 x 4.25 x 58 inches (12.70 x 10.80 x 147.32 cm)
                          c. Weigh no more than 23 pounds (10.43 kg)
                      2. Integrated suspension for fixtures and mounting adapters shall be continuous over the
                          entire length of the top, bottom, and rear of the IPS-DS-2400 linear strips.
                   B. Distributed Dimming Dimmer Strips Product Features
                      1. Dimmer Modules shall use Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) to regulate and
                          control load voltage. Dimmers using hard-switching semiconductor devices, such as
                          SCR's or other thyristors shall not be acceptable. The dimmers shall not use filter
                          chokes to control the rate of rise in the load current waveform.
                      2. The dimmers shall be immune to damage caused by output short-circuits between
                          load and neutral or load and ground.
                      3. The dimmers shall be immune to damage caused by hot patching of loads.
                      4. Dimming system shall produce little or no mechanical noise.
                      5. Each dimming system shall be capable of automatically compensating for excessive
                          neutral currents.
                      6. Dimmer Modules shall provide compatible dimming control of the following load types:
                          a. Incandescent / Quartz Halogen
                          b. Cold cathode / Neon
                          c. Electronic low-voltage
                          d. Magnetic low-voltage
                          e. Fluorescent 2-wire ballasts (Advance Mark 10)
                      7. Each dimming system shall be powered by:
                          a. three-phase 4W 120/208 Volt AC 50/60 Hz, one (1) 20 amp electrical circuit or
                          b. single-phase 3W 120/240 Volt AC 50/60 Hz, three (3) 20 amp electrical circuits
                          c. Power feed to each dimming system shall be provided through rigid conduit,
                              flexible conduit, or flexible Type SO cable and connector.
                      8. Individual dimmer modules shall operate correctly on line voltage from 90-140VAC,
                          50/60 Hz. The dimmer shall adapt in real time to changes in input frequency up to plus
                          or minus 8 Hz.
                      9. Dimmer output voltage shall be unaffected by severely distorted or noisy power line
                          waveforms. Zero cross detection to synchronize dimmer to the power line frequency is
                          not acceptable.
                      10. Dimming system shall include local controls and displays mounted on its enclosure.
                      11. Dimming system shall meet or exceed FCC “Class A” standards for RFI/EMI
                          emissions.
                      12. Dimming system shall be listed by Underwriters Laboratories Incorporated as Type
                          508 Industrial Control Equipment, and so labeled.
                      13. In normal operating mode, each dimmer shall use Reverse Phase Control (RPC). In
                          RPC mode, the dimmer is on from the beginning of the half-cycle until the desired
                          output voltage is reached. Use of RPC mode, when load type and other conditions
                          permit, reduces the level of lamp noise.
                      14. When in RPC mode, dimmer output voltage transition time is measured as "fall time".
                          The actual "fall time" generated shall not be affected by the size of the load present.
                          Dimmers shall provide the following nominal fall (transition) time under normal load
                          current:
                          a. 2400-watt dimmers: 800 microseconds
                      15. Dimmer Modules shall automatically switch from Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode
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                              to Forward Phase Control (FPC) mode when inductive loads are detected. In FPC
                              mode, the dimmer turns on within the half-cycle and stays on until the end of the half-
                              cycle.
                          16. The dimmers shall use “Digital Power Envelope Processing” to regulate dimmer output
                              to within plus or minus 0.5 volts RMS of the assigned setting. Regulating response
                              shall occur in the same power line cycle as the disturbance when the dimmer is in
                              Reverse Phase Control (RPC) mode.
                          17. The dimmer transfer function shall comply with the industry standard Square Law
                              dimming curve within a tolerance of plus or minus 0.5 Volts RMS for all incandescent
                              loads.
                          18. The insertion loss (voltage drop across the complete dimmer at full load current while
                              producing a full output sine wave) shall be three (3V) volts RMS or less. Insertion loss
                              at reduced dimmer loading shall not vary significantly from that produced with a full
                              rated load. Dimmers with insertion loss greater than three (3V) volts RMS at full rated
                              load shall not be acceptable.
                          19. LOW HARM mode shall reduce harmonic currents present on the feed neutral
                              conductor by automatically switching the dimmers in the system to an optimum
                              configuration of FPC and RPC operation. The reduction in neutral current shall be a
                              minimum of 33% with a maximum of 100%, depending upon load sizes and their
                              associated levels.
                          20. Each dimmer will detect operating conditions and take active measures to protect itself
                              (and associated load). Protective measures shall include, but are not limited to the
                              following:
                              a. At power-up, each dimmer will detect line voltages in excess of 180 VAC. When
                                   over-voltage is detected, the dimmer will not turn on its load. The dimmer will also
                                   flash its locally mounted LED’s. The dimmers shall withstand line voltages up to
                                   230 VAC for an indefinite period and up to 280 VAC for fifteen minutes with no
                                   damage.
                              b. Each dimmer shall detect excessive heatsink operating temperatures and notify
                                   the Horizon Console of the condition. The dimmer shall automatically reduce its
                                   own voltage transition time (rise time or fall time), which minimizes the production
                                   of heat. 2400-watt dimmers will step without visible light level changes from 800
                                   microseconds to 450 microseconds and then to 250 microseconds if heat
                                   continues to rise. 1200-watt dimmers will step from 450 to 250 microseconds. If
                                   these measures fail to reduce the temperature, the dimmer will shut down, notify
                                   the Horizon Control Console via Talkback, and flash its locally mounted red LED.
                              c. Each dimmer shall detect load current in excess of its own rating. An overload will
                                   cause a dimmer to shut down, notify the Horizon Console via Talkback, and flash
                                   its locally mounted red LED.
                          21. Each self-contained dimming system shall include a processor with three push buttons
                              and a numeric LED display, used to set the DMX512 device address, execute self-test
                              diagnostics, and to select special operating modes. Functions provided shall include:
                              a. Address Selection - Used to display and update the start address for that unit, for
                                   DMX512 console connections.
                              b. Playback Preset - Used to display and select which locally recorded preset, if any,
                                   will be activated on power-up.
                              c. Local - Used to temporarily disable level information sent from the console. Allows
                                   control of each dimmer’s level to be set at the processor.
                              d. Record Preset - Used to record as many as six presets with level information
                                   coming from the console, from Local mode, or from the Focus buttons.
                              e. Dimmer Preheat - Used to supply preheat voltage to lamp filaments, even when
                                   dimmers are set to zero. Preheating high wattage lamps can improve response
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                                   time and increase lamp life.
                             f.    Dimmer Response Time - Used to select one of eight available dimmer response
                                   time settings. Available settings range from 200 milliseconds to 550 milliseconds.
                                   An “as fast as possible” (immediate response) setting shall also be available.
                              g. Display Console Data - Used to display current level information supplied to the
                                   dimmers by the console.
                              h. Non-Dim Configuration - Used to configure any dimmer as a non-dim.
                              i. Diagnostic Error Report - Used to display errors or anomalies detected by system
                                   self-test diagnostics at initial power-up.
                          22. The system shall accept an optically isolated USITT DMX512/1990 protocol input on a
                              permanently mounted 5-pin XLR style connector. Loop through connections shall also
                              be provided.
                          23. Dimmer modules shall be compatible with the USITT DMX512/1990 control protocol.
                              a. Present power line voltage
                              b. Connected lamp wattage
                              c. Present output setting
                              d. Dimmer operating temperature
                              e. Dimming mode
                              f. Overload condition
                              g. No load condition
                              h. Focus Mode
                          24. The dimmers shall hold the last received level for a user pre-specified period if the
                              DMX512 control signal is interrupted.
                          25. Provide an associated Focus push button that provides local ON/OFF/LEVEL control
                              for focusing, maintenance, and other purposes. If the level set for a dimmer is zero,
                              tapping the Focus button shall set the dimmer output to full. Pressing and holding the
                              Focus button ramps the dimmer output up to any intermediate level. When a non-zero
                              level is received from the controller, the dimmer shall return to normal operation.
                              Tapping the Focus button, a second time shall also return the dimmer to normal
                              operation. If a dimmer already has a non-zero level from the control desk, the Focus
                              button flashes the dimmer to full output. In all cases, activating the Focus button shall
                              be reported to the system operator at the Horizon Console or system monitor via
                              Talkback.
                          26. Each dimmer shall have two adjacent LED’s to facilitate local reporting of operating
                              conditions. The following indications shall be given:
                              a. Both LED’s dark = Normal Operation
                              b. Green LED flashing = No Load
                              c. Green LED solid = Focus Mode
                              d. Red LED flashing quickly = Overload Shutdown
                              e. Red LED flashing slowly = Over Temperature
                              f. Red LED solid = Other Errors
                              g. Both LED’s flashing = Input voltage greater than 180 VAC at power-up.
                          27. The IPS dimming system shall allow individual dimmer configuration over the
                              DMX512/1990 protocol signal from the lighting control console using the IPS Remote
                              Commands set. Modes which may be set remotely include:
                              a. Dimmer curve (Linear or Square Law)
                              b. Phase control (Normal / Forward / LOW HARM)
                              c. Rise/Fall time (Normal / Reduced)
                              d. Non-Dim (Disabled/Enabled / Threshold Level)
                              e. Preheat lamp filaments (Disabled / Enabled)
                              f. Dimmer response (fastest / controlled time setting)
                              g. DMX512 Hold time on loss of data
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                         h. Output voltage maximum (120 volt / 115 volt)
                   C. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. IPS-DS-2400 IPS Dimmer Strip - Three 2.4 kW dimmers

         2.35      Compli Scenist Master Stations
                   A. Master control stations shall be programmable microprocessor based devices with no user
                      accessible moving parts.
                   B. Master Control shall include, but not be limited to, the following functions or features:
                      1. Scene selection pushbuttons.
                      2. On and Off pushbuttons.
                      3. Programmable fade rate control.
                      4. Individual channel intensity control pushbuttons.
                      5. Set or learn pushbutton to program scenes.
                      6. Non-dim channel program function to field program a dimmer channel into a non-dim
                          switch.
                      7. "Panel Lock" to prevent unwanted tampering of preset lighting levels.
                      8. Master Raise/Lower pushbuttons to adjust intensity of all lighting channels.
                      9. Master control station shall allow manual intensity overrides at any time. Manual
                          overrides shall be defined as the ability to alter the intensity of any number of channels
                          without affecting scene memory and without affecting the intensity of all channels that
                          are not to be overridden. This shall not require a "Take Control" button press.
                      10. All memory shall be retained for a minimum of ten (10) years in the event of power
                          failure. This shall be accomplished without batteries. Upon restoration of power the
                          master control shall return to the last selected scene.
                      11. There shall be no slide potentiometers.
                      12. Each scene shall have a unique programmable fade rate.
                      13. All scenes and channels shall be field labeled and modified with graphics supplied by
                          the manufacturer.
                      14. Scene selection will activate the fade. A second press of the scene pushbutton will
                          bypass the fade and activate an instantaneous scene change. All control stations shall
                          indicate when a fade is in progress.
                   C. C. Compli Scenist Master Control shall incorporate the following features:
                      1. 5 programmable scenes plus Off,
                      2. Illuminated scene button indicators shall glow to facilitate location in a dark room.
                      3. An addressable, four conductor network bus (LAN) port to allow selected masters and
                          network remotes to operate simultaneously. This port shall be field programmable.
                      4. Station shall be capable of "Automatic Cycling" - sequencing from scene to scene at
                          each scene's programmable rate.
                      5. Proper number of channels as indicated on electrical schedule(s). Stations shall be
                          capable of jobsite configuration to a lesser number of channels or expandable to 8
                          channels.
                      6. Adjustable fade rate from instantaneous to 1 hour transition.
                      7. Station shall be capable of "Selective Learn Lock"-the ability to prevent un-wanted
                          reprogramming of any or all scenes.
                      8. Station shall have a "Reversible Control Panel"-the ability to be mounted upside down
                          to conform to job conditions. All push buttons and indicators shall be field configurable
                          to match the mounting mode.
                      9. Station shall have "Alarm Mode" – the capability of interfacing with external alarm or
                          security systems.
                      10. Station shall have "Channel Exclusion"-the ability of certain channels to ignore certain
                          scene changes.
                      11. Station shall have "Selective Channel Mastering" - the ability to manually adjust
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                           selected channels from other locations.
                      12. Control surface panel shall be covered with hinged full rotation door.
                      13. All stations shall have scene select sections that match the size and appearance of
                           designer style wiring devices. Screwless faceplates may be used throughout the
                           interior of the project to afford a matched appearance.
                      14. It shall be possible to install other designer style wiring devices adjacent to master
                           control stations to combine both elements under screwless multi-gang faceplates.
                   D. Compli Scenist Master control station shall include:
                      1. Four silicon controlled rectifier dimmers capable of carrying a load of 800W each, for a
                           total of 2000W per master.
                      2. Each dimmer shall be able to control the following types of loads: incandescent,
                           magnetic low voltage incandescent, neon/cold cathode (low power factor).
                      3. Master stations shall be fed by a dedicated 20 Amp circuit.
                   E. Master stations shall flush mount into a 4" wall construction and shall not exceed the
                      following dimensions:
                      1. 4.5" X 8" for a 5 scene, 4 channel master.

         2.36      Compli Scenist Remote Control Stations
                   A. Remote control stations shall consist of scene remotes or channel remotes.
                   B. Wall mounted remotes shall be flush mounted into a standard single gang rough-in box
                      (contractor supplied). Remotes with more than 5 scenes shall mount into standard multiple
                      gang rough-in boxes.
                   C. All wiring to discrete remotes shall have a voltage rating of no less than 300 Volts.
                      Contractor shall ensure that remotes are properly grounded to earth ground per N.E.C.
                      requirements.
                   D. All remotes shall be field labeled and modified with graphics supplied by the manufacturer.
                   E. Activated scenes shall have illuminated scene indication.
                   F. There shall be no slide potentiometers.
                   G. Compli Scenist Remotes shall incorporate the following features:
                      1. Illuminated scene buttons shall glow to facilitate location in a darkened room.
                      2. Channel remotes shall be capable of manually controlling any or all channels. This
                           shall be field programmable.
                      3. All remotes shall have scene or channel select sections that match the size and
                           appearance of designer style wiring devices. Screwless faceplates may be used
                           throughout the interior of the project to afford a matched appearance.
                      4. It shall be possible to install other designer style wiring devices adjacent to remote
                           control stations to combine both elements under screwless multi-gang faceplates.
                      5. The following remote(s) shall be located as indicated on the drawings:
                           a. 5 Scene Remote plus Off.
                           b. 2 Scene Remote.

         2.37      Onset Electronic Dimming
                   A. Controls shall be designer style 600-watt or 1000-watt "strap" models and 600-watt, 1000-
                      watt, 1500-watt, or 2000-watt thin profile "heatsink" models. Either style shall be available
                      to control incandescent, magnetic or electronic (300-watt) low voltage, neon/cold cathode,
                      fan loads, and switched loads. Onset 2-wire "LV" models shall not require neutral
                      connection to control low voltage incandescent magnetic loads.
                   B. Controls shall be capable of "learning" a preset level and recalling that preset level with a
                      single touch of the switch.
                   C. "Learned" preset shall not be affected by interim changes to light level (manual override).
                   D. Dimmers shall return to exact last level after a power failure.
                   E. Lights shall fade to the preset or fade off with a single touch of the switch.
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                   F. It shall be possible to quickly raise the dimmer to full intensity or to off by "double tapping"
                      the control switch.
                   G. Dimmers shall have an LED indicator bar to display preset level and relative intensity of
                      dimmer output.
                   H. Remote stations shall be capable of performing all the functions of the main control.
                   I. It shall be possible to control up to four (4) dimmers or switches simultaneously with a
                      master control.

         2.38      Momentum Dimmer
                   A. Control shall be capable of handling 600-watt to 2000-watt incandescent, magnetic low
                      voltage incandescent, electronic low voltage (max.625 watt), fan loads, neon/cold cathode,
                      non-dim, and electronic fluorescent with approved dimming ballasts.
                   B. Preset model shall have a preset pushbutton to allow for turning on and off at a pre-
                      determined level.
                   C. Preset model shall have a red LED indicator light on the pushbutton to facilitate location in
                      an Off state.
                   D. Slide knob shall be integral to the dimmer to prevent loss.
                   E. Preset model shall be capable of being mastered to turn on and off with other Momentum
                      preset controls without the use of relays.
                   F. Heatsink devices include individual screwless faceplate.
                   G. Control shall not exceed 3/8" in thickness.

         2.39      Sunrise Preset Incandescent Dimmer
                   A. The Sunrise Preset Strap Type Incandescent Dimmer is a designer-style, preset slide
                      dimmer, developed for low-wattage (600-watt to 1000-watt) use to control incandescent,
                      magnetic or electronic low voltage, fluorescent, and fan loads. The unit is equipped with an
                      off-status LED and provides both three-way and multi-location On/Off control when used
                      with Sunrise Preset Remotes.
                   B. Dimmer:
                      1. Streamlined appearance and operations.
                      2. A red LED light—to help locate the push button when the unit is turned off.
                      3. The integral slide knob has extended travel for full-range dimming control.
                      4. Soft Start—turns the dimmer on gradually to preserve lamp life.
                      5. Air Gap switch shall be provided to completely open the attached circuit.
                      6. Three-way and multi-location or master control when used with Sunrise Preset
                          Remotes.
                   C. Remote:
                      1. Streamlined appearance and operations.
                      2. Turns Sunrise Preset Dimmers on, to a preset level, and off.
                      3. Allows complete control of all dimming capabilities when used with Sunrise Preset
                      4. Dimmers, even from additional locations.
                      5. Unlimited remotes can be used for multi-location control.
                      6. One remote has the ability to master Sunrise Presets.
                   D. Available in six (6) colors using optional Compli Screwless Faceplate color kits (not all
                      colors may be available for all devices).
                      1. White
                      2. Almond
                      3. Ivory
                      4. Black
                      5. Brown
                      6. Grey

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         2.40      Vega Heatsink Slide Dimmer
                   A. Vega Heatsink Slide Dimmers shall be capable of handling 600-watt to 2000-watt
                      incandescent magnetic/electronic low voltage, fluorescent, and non-dim lighting loads.
                   B. Power-failure memory shall return lights to same level set prior to power interruption.
                   C. Slide knob shall be integral to the dimmer to prevent loss.
                   D. Air Gap switch shall be provided to completely open the attached circuit.
                   E. Control shall be capable of withstanding current and voltage surges in accordance with
                      ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980.
                   F. Vega Slide Dimmer mounts in a single-gang wall box.
                   G. Control shall not exceed 5/8" in thickness.
                   H. Available in six (6) colors using optional Faceplate color kits (not all colors may be
                      available for all devices).
                      1. White
                      2. Almond
                      3. Ivory
                      4. Black
                      5. Brown
                      6. Grey
                   I. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. V600              600 watt       120 volt      incandescent
                      2. V1000             1000 watt      120 volt      incandescent
                      3. V1500             1500 watt      120 volt      incandescent
                      4. V2000             2000 watt      120 volt      incandescent
                      5. V1000LV           1000 watt      120 volt      2 wire low voltage
                      6. V2000LV           2000 watt      120 volt      2 wire low voltage
                      7. V600VAU           600 watt       120/277 volt 3 wire low voltage
                      8. V1000VAU          1000 watt      120/277 volt 3 wire low voltage
                      9. V2000VAU          2000 watt      120/277 volt 3 wire low voltage
                      10. V500QE           500 watt       120 volt      3 wire electronic low voltage
                      11. V2000NDU         2000 watt      120/277 volt 3 wire non-dim
                      12. V2000HDFU 2000VA                120/277 volt 3 wire fluorescent
                      13. V2000FAMU 2000VA                120/277 volt 4 wire fluorescent
                      14. V1500EBU         1500VA         120/277 volt 3 wire fluorescent

         2.41      LCA Series Power Packs
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LCA series Power Packs are designed to provide low voltage power and
                         line voltage control for Philips LRM series Occupancy Sensors.
                      2. LCA series Power Packs shall be compatible with Philips Advance Optanium
                         Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. The Power Pack is capable of Auto/Manual input, Hold-ON/OFF, and local input for
                         momentary or maintained dry contact switches.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Power Pack enclosure shall conveniently mount inside or outside a standard junction
                         box or fluorescent ballast cavity in a knockout hole with a simple twist-on nut.
                      3. Measure no more than 2.0 x 3.811 x 1.432 inches (60.96 x 96.8 x 36.37 mm).
                      4. Construction shall be high impact UL rated plastic.
                      5. Interface operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero (0) to
                         90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Interface shall be UL/cUL Listed, FCC certified, NOM certified, and meet ASHRAE
                         90.1 requirements.
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                      7. Power Pack shall be UL 2043 Plenum rated.
                      8. The LCA Power Pack relay shall utilize Class B (130°C) insulating material and silver
                          alloy contacts.
                      9. The LCA Power Pack switching power supply shall utilize six (6”) inch 18AWG 120-
                          230-277VAC wire leads.
                      10. The low voltage control leads shall be seven (7”) inch 22AWG 24VDC wire.
                      11. LCA2287 and 2290 Power Packs shall provide the same features as the LCA2285
                          plus an optional HVAC relay closure consisting of three (3) control leads; Brown-NO,
                          Brown/White-NC, and Green-Common.
                      12. LCA2292 Power Pack shall provide the same features as the LCA2287 plus CEC Title
                          24 compliant Manual ON, Automatic OFF operation.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Internal relay shall be rated for up to twenty (20A) amperes for a 120VAC
                          incandescent load.
                      2. Internal relay shall be rated up to twenty (20A) amperes for a 120, 230, or 277VAC
                          ballast load or fifteen (15A) amperes for a 347VAC ballast load.
                      3. HVAC relay shall be rated 0.5A @ 120VAC and 1.0A @ 30VDC.
                      4. Power Pack shall utilize an internal voltage regulator – regulated 24VDC current,
                          150mA output.
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LCA2285 Power Pack 120/277 VAC
                      2. LCA2287 Power Pack 120/277 VAC, HVAC Relay
                      3. LCA2290 Power Pack 347 VAC, HVAC Relay
                      4. LCA2287 Power Pack 120/277 VAC, HVAC Relay, Title 24 Manual ON.

         2.42      OccuSwitch – LRS2210/2230 PIR Wall Switch Line Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRS2210/2230 series wall switch sensors using passive infrared (PIR)
                          motion detection to detect occupancy status.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                          Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Mechanical
                      4. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      5. Sensor shall mount in a standard one-gang wall box.
                      6. Measure no more than 4.06”H inch x 1.75”W and 1.85”D (103.2 x 44.4 x 47.2mm).
                      7. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in twenty to
                          ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor field of view shall be at least 180° providing approximately 2100 square feet of
                          coverage. Integral blinders on either side of the lens shall allow for adjustment of the
                          field of view from 180 to 60 degrees.
                      10. LSR2230 shall provide a dial setting to dim and turn off the LED night light function.
                      11. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                          FCC regulations.
                   B. Electrical
                      1. Load Rating:
                          a. Incandescent: 800VA @ 120VAC
                          b. Fluorescent: 1200VA @ 120VAC / 2700VA @ 277VAC.
                          c. Motor: ¼ HP @ 120V
                      2. Operational Frequencies: 60 Hertz.
                      3. Sensor shall provide zero crossing switching to maximize contact life and compatibility
                          with electronic ballasts.
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                   C. Performance
                      1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes (default = ten (10) minutes).
                      3. Segment Fresnel lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                      4. At a mounting height range of four (4’) feet the standard lens shall cover an area
                         approximately sixty (60’) feet by forty (40’) feet (2400 square feet).
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRS221000 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 120/277VAC, White.
                      2. LRS221001 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 120/277VAC, Ivory
                      3. LRS223000 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor w/Night Light, 120/277VAC, White.
                      4. LRS223001 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor w/Night Light, 120/277VAC, Ivory.

         2.43      OccuSwitch – LRS2215 PIR 2 Circuit Wall Switch Line Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRS2215 series wall switch sensors using passive infrared (PIR) motion
                         detection to detect occupancy status.
                      2. The LRS2215 device shall be capable of controlling two (2) separate lighting loads
                         simultaneously.
                      3. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall mount in a standard one-gang wall box.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.06”H inch x 1.75”W and 1.85”D (103.2 x 44.4 x 47.2mm).
                      4. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      5. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in twenty to
                         ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Sensor field of view shall be at least 180° providing approximately 2100 square feet of
                         coverage. Integral blinders on either side of the lens shall allow for adjustment of the
                         field of view from 180 to 60 degrees.
                      7. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Primary Relay Load Rating - #16 AWG leads:
                         a. Incandescent: 800 watt @ 120VAC
                         b. Fluorescent: 1200VA @ 120VAC / 2700VA @ 277VAC.
                      2. Secondary Relay (isolated contacts) Load Rating - #18 AWG leads:
                         a. Incandescent: 800 watt @ 120VAC
                         b. Fluorescent: 800VA @ 120VAC
                      3. Operational Frequencies: 60 Hertz.
                      4. Sensor shall provide zero crossing switching to maximize contact life and compatibility
                         with electronic ballasts.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes (default = ten (10) minutes).
                      3. Segment Fresnel lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                      4. At a mounting height range of four (4’) feet the standard lens shall cover an area
                         approximately sixty (60’) feet by forty (40’) feet (2400 square feet).
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRS221500 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Dual Relay 120/277VAC, White.
                      2. LRS221001 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Dual Relay120/277VAC, Ivory

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         2.44      OccuSwitch – LRS2220 PIR/US Wall Switch Line Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRS2220 wall switch sensors combine digital architecture and both
                         infrared and ultrasonic (Doppler shift) technologies to detect occupancy status.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall mount in a standard one-gang wall box.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.06”H inch x 1.75”W and 1.85”D (103.2 x 44.4 x 47.2mm).
                      4. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      5. Indoor only sensor operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in
                         twenty to ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Sensor field of view shall be at least 180° providing approximately 2100 square feet of
                         coverage. Integral blinders on either side of the lens shall allow for adjustment of the
                         field of view from 180 to 60 degrees.
                      7. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Load Rating:
                         a. Incandescent: 800VA @ 120VAC
                         b. Fluorescent: 1200VA @ 120VAC / 2700VA @ 277VAC.
                         c. Motor: ¼ HP @ 120V
                      2. Operational Frequencies: 50/60 Hertz.
                      3. Power Consumption:
                         a. 120VAC – U/S & PIR 390mW or PIR only 190mW
                         b. 277VAC – U/S & PIR 480mW or PIR only 270mW.
                      4. Sensor shall provide zero crossing switching to maximize contact life and compatibility
                         with electronic ballasts.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes (default = ten (10) minutes).
                      3. Segment Fresnel lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                      4. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      5. Adjustable photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux, disabled.
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      7. At a mounting height range of four (4’) feet the standard lens shall cover an area
                         approximately sixty (60’) feet by forty (40’) feet (2400 square feet).
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRS222000 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Multi-Tech 120/277VAC, White.
                      2. LRS222001 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Multi-Tech 120/277VAC, Ivory.

         2.45      OccuSwitch – LRS2225 PIR/US 2 Circuit Wall Switch Line Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRS2225 wall switch sensors combine digital architecture and both
                         infrared and ultrasonic (Doppler shift) technologies to detect occupancy status.
                      2. The LRS2225 device shall be capable of controlling two (2) separate lighting loads
                         simultaneously.
                      3. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
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                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall mount in a standard one-gang wall box.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.06”H inch x 1.75”W and 1.85”D (103.2 x 44.4 x 47.2mm).
                      4. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      5. Indoor only sensor operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in
                         twenty to ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      6. Sensor field of view shall be at least 180° providing approximately 2100 square feet of
                         coverage. Integral blinders on either side of the lens shall allow for adjustment of the
                         field of view from 180 to 60 degrees.
                      7. Sensor is capable of being utilized as either a single pole or 3-way device.
                      8. Either sensor, PIR or U/S, shall be capable of being disabled.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Primary Relay Load Rating - #16 AWG leads:
                         a. Incandescent: 800 watt @ 120VAC
                         b. Fluorescent: 1200VA @ 120VAC / 2700VA @ 277VAC.
                      2. Secondary Relay (isolated contacts) Load Rating - #16 AWG leads:
                         a. Incandescent: 800 watt @ 120VAC
                         b. Fluorescent: 800VA @ 120VAC / 1200VA @ 277VAC
                         c. Motor: ¼ HP @ 120VAC
                      3. Operational Frequencies: 50/60 Hertz.
                      4. Power Consumption:
                         a. 120VAC – U/S & PIR 210mW
                         b. 277VAC – U/S & PIR 410mW
                      5. Sensor shall provide zero crossing switching to maximize contact life and compatibility
                         with electronic ballasts.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes (default = ten (10) minutes).
                      3. Segment Fresnel lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                      4. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      5. Adjustable photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux, disabled.
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      7. At a mounting height range of four (4’) feet the standard lens shall cover an area
                         approximately sixty (60’) feet by forty (40’) feet (2400 square feet).
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRS222000 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Multi-Tech 120/277VAC, White.
                      2. LRS222001 Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, Multi-Tech 120/277VAC, Ivory.

         2.46      OccuSwitch – LRM2240 / LRM2245 PIR Ceiling Line Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2240/2245 ceiling sensors combine passive infrared motion detection
                         (PIR) and ambient light level detection (PE) in the one device.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Mechanical
                      4. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      5. Sensor shall ceiling surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon
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                         back box.
                      6. Measure no more than 4.3” inches diameter and 2.15” depth (109.2 x 54.6 mm).
                      7. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 50°C) in twenty to
                         ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   B. Electrical
                      1. Load Rating:
                         a. 1000VA @ 120VAC
                         b. 2700VA @ 277VAC.
                      2. Operational Frequencies: 60 Hertz.
                      3. Power Consumption:
                         a. 120VAC – 1.45 watts
                         b. 277VAC – 1.89 watts.
                   C. Performance
                      1. Red LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 20 seconds to 15 minutes.
                      3. Seventy-Nine (79) segment Fresnel lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                      4. At a mounting height range of eight feet the standard lens shall cover a full circle
                         twenty-six (26’) feet in diameter (530 square feet).
                      5. Standard AC toggle switch may be used to provide manual-OFF override so that lights
                         may be switched off.
                   D. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM224000 Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor, 120VAC, Ceiling Mount
                      2. LRM224500 Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor, 277VAC, Ceiling Mount.

         2.47      OccuSwitch – LRM2250 PIR Ceiling Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2250 ceiling sensor is a low voltage occupancy detector that works in
                         conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to control lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2250 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall be ceiling surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon
                         back box, threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.5” inches diameter and 1.5” depth (114 x 38 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      6. Indoor only sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in
                         zero to ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Non-Volatile memory shall maintain learned and adjusted settings in the event of
                         power failure.
                      8. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                      4. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
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                      5. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                      6. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                      7. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      4. Adjustable photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux, disabled.
                      5. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      6. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the standard lens shall cover a full circle
                         forty x (40’) feet in diameter (1256 square feet).
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM225000 Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor, Ceiling Mount

         2.48      OccuSwitch – LRM2255 / LRM2260 PIR/US Ceiling Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2255/2260 ceiling sensors combine digital architecture and both
                         infrared and ultrasonic (Doppler shift) technologies into low voltage occupancy
                         detectors that work in conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to control
                         lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2255/2260 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon back box,
                         threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.5” inches diameter and 1.5” depth (114 x 38 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, flame class rating, UV inhibitors injection
                         molded plastic enclosure.
                      6. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero to
                         ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Non-Volatile memory shall maintain learned and adjusted settings in the event of
                         power failure.
                      8. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                      4. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                      5. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                      6. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                      7. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V.
                      8. Sensor shall contain two (2) 16mm diameter crystal controlled ultrasonic transmitters
                         and two (2) 16mm ultrasonic receivers
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED infrared motion detection and green LED ultrasonic motion detection.
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                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. A DIP switch controlled six (6) second time-out Test Mode shall be included.
                      4. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      5. Adjustable photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux, disabled.
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      7. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the standard lens shall cover a full circle
                         forty x (40’) feet in diameter (1256 square feet).
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM226000 Low Voltage Sensor, Multi-Tech Ceiling Mount, 500 sq. ft. 40kHz.
                      2. LRM225500 Low Voltage Sensor, Multi-Tech Ceiling Mount, 2000 sq. ft. 32kHz.

         2.49      OccuSwitch – LRM2265 PIR Wall Mount Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2265 wall mount sensor is a low voltage occupancy detector that
                         works in conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to control lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2265 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor base shall surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon back
                         box, threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      3. LRM2265 sensor shall provide a flexible mounting to base with twist-and-lock feature
                         permitting fast alignment.
                      4. Measure no more than 4.5” inches diameter and 1.5” depth (114 x 38 mm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      6. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      7. Lens opening shall have 36 elements providing 72 zones.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero to
                         ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                         a. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         b. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         c. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         d. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED infrared motion detection, green LED ultrasonic motion detection.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override, keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      4. Motion Sensitivity:
                      5. Infrared 0 to 100%; red knob (factory set at 75%).
                      6. Ultrasonic 0 to 100%; green knob (factory set at 50%).
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                      7. Adjustable blue bulb photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux,
                          disabled.
                      8. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                          than 2.5 minutes.
                      9. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the minimum Field of View shall be:
                      10. Infrared - 110° aperture with a radius of fifty-eight (58’) feet.
                      11. Ultrasonic – Major motion 16’ x 32’ / Minor motion 11.5’ x 23’
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM226500 Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor, Multi-Tech Wall Mount

         2.50      OccuSwitch – LRM2270 PIR Wall Mount Wide View Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2270 wall mount infrared sensor is a wide view low-voltage
                         occupancy detector that works in conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to
                         control lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2270 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. LRM2270 sensor shall provide a flexible mounting to base with twist-and-lock feature
                         permitting fast alignment.
                      3. Sensor base shall surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon back
                         box, threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      4. Overall sensor dimensions shall not exceed 6.43” height, 4’ width, and 4.67” depth
                         (16.24 cm x __ cm x __ cm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      6. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      7. Lens opening shall have 36 elements providing 72 zones.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero to
                         ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                         a. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         b. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         c. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         d. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED infrared motion detection.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override, keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      4. Adjustable blue bulb photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux,
                         disabled.
                      5. Motion Sensitivity: Infrared 0 to 100%; red knob (factory set at 75%).
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
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                      7. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the minimum Field of View with a 110°
                         aperture shall have a radius of fifty-eight (58’) feet.
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM227000 Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor, Wall Mount

         2.51      OccuSwitch – LRM2275 PIR High Bay Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2275 high bay infrared sensor is a wide view low-voltage occupancy
                         detector that works in conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to control
                         lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2275 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. LRM2275 sensor shall provide a flexible mounting to base with twist-and-lock feature
                         permitting fast alignment.
                      3. Sensor base shall surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon back
                         box, threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      4. Overall sensor dimensions shall not exceed 6.43” height, 4’ width, and 4.67” depth
                         (16.24 cm x __ cm x __ cm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      6. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      7. Lens opening shall have 36 elements providing 72 zones.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero to
                         ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                         a. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         b. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         c. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         d. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED infrared motion detection.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override, keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      4. Adjustable blue bulb photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux,
                         disabled.
                      5. Motion Sensitivity: Infrared 0 to 100%; red knob (factory set at 75%).
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      7. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the minimum Field of View with a 110°
                         aperture shall have a radius of fifty-eight (58’) feet.
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM227500 Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor, Wall Mount High Bay

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         2.52      OccuSwitch – LRM2280 PIR High Bay Long Range Low Voltage
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2280 infrared sensor is a long range low-voltage occupancy detector
                         that works in conjunction with Philips LCA series Power Packs to control lighting.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                      3. Once installed, the LRM2275 does not require manual adjustment or calibration.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. LRM2275 sensor shall provide a flexible mounting to base with twist-and-lock feature
                         permitting fast alignment.
                      3. Sensor base shall surface mount on a standard three or four inch (3”/4”) octagon back
                         box, threaded rod, or drop ceiling directly.
                      4. Overall sensor dimensions shall not exceed 6.43” height, 4’ width, and 4.67” depth
                         (16.24 cm x __ cm x __ cm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 5 ounces (.142 kg).
                      6. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      7. Lens opening shall have multiple elements providing long range coverage.
                      8. Sensor operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 - 40°C) in zero to
                         ninety-five (0-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      9. Sensor shall be UL Listed, CSA certified, comply with CES Title 24 energy Code and
                         FCC regulations.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 24 VDC, 20mA provided from Philips series Power Pack.
                      2. Output: 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection.
                      3. Wire Designations – Class II:
                         a. Power (+24V) Red 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         b. DC Return Black 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         c. Occupancy Blue 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                         d. Occupancy/Photocell Gray 24 AWG 200°C/600V
                   D. Performance
                      1. Red LED infrared motion detection.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 30 minutes, factory default set to 10
                         minutes.
                      3. Photocell shall provide Ambient Light Override, keeping controlled lights off when not
                         necessary.
                      4. Adjustable blue bulb photocell 20 to 30,000 Lux, factory default set to 3,000 Lux,
                         disabled.
                      5. Motion Sensitivity: Infrared 0 to 100%; red knob (factory set at 75%).
                      6. Sensor shall provide a walk-through feature to extinguish lights if occupied for less
                         than 2.5 minutes.
                      7. At a mounting height range of ten (10’) feet the Field of View shall provide coverage
                         thirty-three (33’) wide and exceed 100’ distance.
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM228000 Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor, Wall Mount Long Range.

         2.53      OccuSwitch – LRM2330/35 LRM2340/45 LRM2348 PIR High Bay Fixture
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2300 series provide High Bay occupancy sensors that have a
                         detection pattern that overlaps the area lit by typical high bay fixtures
                      2. The sensors utilize 100% digital passive infrared motion detection (PIR) with excellent
                         RF immunity.
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                          3. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                             Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                   B.     Mechanical
                          1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                          2. Sensor shall mount directly to luminaire or electrical junction box through a standard
                             ½” knockout.
                          3. Measure no more than 3.63” inches square and 1.5” depth (__ x __ mm).
                          4. Weigh no more than 6 ounces (.45 kg).
                          5. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                          6. Sensor operating environment: for indoor use 14 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to
                             71°C) in twenty to ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                          7. LRM2340 series sensors shall have an extended low temperature range down to
                             minus 40°F (-70°C).
                          8. Sensor shall be UL Listed, cUL Listed.
                          9. LRM2369 Mounting Bracket can be used to lower the sensor if the fixture blocks the
                             sensor’s Field of View.
                   C.     Electrical
                          1. Operational Frequencies: 50/60 Hertz.
                          2. Load Rating:
                             a. 800W @ 120VAC
                             b. 1200W @ 277VAC.
                             c. 1500W @ 347VAC
                             d. 5 amperes @ 480VAC
                             e. Motor @ ¼ HP (LRM2348 only)
                          3. Wire Designations:
                             a. LRM2330/2340: Line-Black, Load-Black, Neutral-White
                             b. LRM2335/2345: Line-Red, Load-Red, Neutral-White
                             c. LRM2348: Line Phase A-Black, Phase B-Blue, Load Phase A-Black, Phase B-
                                  Blue, White connects to either Line input.
                   D.     Performance
                          1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                          2. High Bay 360 degree lens for optimum sensitivity and detection.
                          3. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 20 minutes (factory set to 10 min.).
                          4. At a mounting height range of forty-five (45’) feet the standard lens shall cover a full
                             circle sixty (60’) feet in diameter.
                          5. Photocell shall provide two (2) user selectable Ambient Light Override modes;
                          6. Keeping controlled lights off when not necessary.
                          7. Enables the sensor to turn lights both On and Off as necessary.
                          8. Sensor shall provide a 100 Hour Burn-In function overriding relay output to full bright,
                             typically for lamp seasoning.
                   E.     Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                          1. LRM2330 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 120/277 VAC
                          2. LRM2335 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 347 VAC
                          3. LRM2340 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor with Photocell and low
                             temperature capacity, 120/277 VAC
                          4. LRM2345 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor with Photocell and low
                             temperature capacity, 347 VAC
                          5. LRM2348 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 480 VAC
                          6. LRM2369 Optional Sensor Mounting Bracket.

         2.54      OccuSwitch – LRM2235/37 PIR Fixture Mounted Line Voltage
                   A. General
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                          1. The Philips LRM2235/2237 series provide a self-contained industrial fluorescent fixture
                             mounted occupancy sensor that has a detection pattern that provides local occupancy
                             control for either general area or aisle way pattern detection.
                          2. The sensors utilize 100% digital passive infrared motion detection (PIR) with excellent
                             RF immunity.
                          3. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
                             Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                   B.     Mechanical
                          1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                          2. Sensor shall mount directly to luminaire or electrical junction box through a standard
                             ½” knockout.
                          3. Measure no more than 3.63” inches square and 1.5” depth (__ x __ mm).
                          4. Weigh no more than 6 ounces (.45 kg).
                          5. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                          6. Sensor operating environment: for indoor use 14 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to
                             71°C) in twenty to ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                          7. Sensor shall be UL Listed, cUL Listed.
                   C.     Electrical
                          1. Operational Frequencies: 50/60 Hertz.
                          2. Load Rating:
                             a. 800VA @ 120VAC
                             b. 1200VA @ 277VAC.
                             c. 1500VA @ 347VAC
                             d. 2000VA @ 480VAC
                             e. Motor ¼ HP @ 120V
                          3. Wire Designations:
                             a. LRM2330: Line-Black, Load-Red, Neutral-White
                             b. LRM2237: Line Phase A/B-Black, Load Phase A/B-Red.
                          4. Power Consumption:
                             a. 120VAC – PIR 130mW
                             b. 277VAC – PIR 145mW
                             c. 347VAC – PIR 460mW
                          5. Sensor shall provide zero crossing switching to maximize contact life and compatibility
                             with electronic ballasts.
                   D.     Performance
                          1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                          2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 20 minutes (factory set to 30 seconds).
                          3. Sensor shall be provided with three (3) interchangeable lenses:
                          4. High Bay lens @ 20 to 40 feet height provides 50’ to 60’ diameter coverage.
                          5. Low Bay lens: @ 8 to 25 feet height provides 30’ to 50’ diameter coverage.
                          6. General area/aisle way @ 8 foot height provides 60’ x 20’ rectangular coverage.
                   E.     Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                          1. LRM2235 Fixture Mounted Occupancy Sensor, three (3) lenses 120/277/347 VAC
                          2. LRM2237 Fixture Mounted Occupancy Sensor, three (3) lenses 480 VAC.

         2.55      OccuSwitch – LRM2350/55 LRM2360/65 LRM2368 PIR High Bay Aisle
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM2350/2360 series provide Aisle Focus High Bay occupancy sensors
                         that operate on line voltage and switch loads directly.
                      2. The sensors utilize 100% digital passive infrared motion detection (PIR) with excellent
                         RF immunity.
                      3. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices including Philips Advance
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                         Optanium Programmed Start electronic ballast and Xitanium LED drivers.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall mount directly to luminaire or electrical junction box through a standard
                         ½” knockout.
                      3. Measure no more than 3.63” inches square and 1.5” depth (__ x __ mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 6 ounces (.45 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be rugged, high impact, injection molded plastic enclosure.
                      6. A masking kit included shall allow masking of a portion of the view pattern for end-of-
                         aisle applications or to trim sensor viewing for center of aisle conditions.
                      7. Sensor operating environment: for indoor use 14 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to
                         71°C) in twenty to ninety (20-90%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. Sensor shall be UL Listed, cUL Listed.
                      9. LRM2369 Mounting Bracket can be used to lower the sensor if the fixture blocks the
                         sensor’s Field of View.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Operational Frequencies: 50/60 Hertz.
                      2. Load Rating:
                         a. 800W @ 120VAC
                         b. 1200W @ 277VAC.
                         c. 1500W @ 347VAC
                         d. 5 amperes @ 480VAC
                         e. Motor @ ¼ HP (LRM2348 only)
                      3. Wire Designations:
                         a. LRM2350/2360: Line-Black, Load-Black, Neutral-White
                         b. LRM2355/2365: Line-Red, Load-Red, Neutral-White
                         c. LRM2368: Line Phase A-Black, Phase B-Blue, Load Phase A-Black, Phase B-
                              Blue, White connects to either Line input.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LED motion detection and activation indicator.
                      2. Manual Timer Setting range: 30 seconds to 20 minutes (factory set to 10 minutes).
                      3. Sensor shall be provided rectangular aisle coverage approximately 50 x 10 degrees.
                      4. At a mounting height range of forty (40’) feet the standard lens shall cover a rectangle
                         fourteen x one hundred feet (14’ x 100’).
                      5. Photocell shall provide two (2) user selectable Ambient Light Override modes;
                      6. Keeping controlled lights off when not necessary.
                      7. Enables the sensor to turn lights both On and Off as necessary.
                      8. Sensor shall provide a 100 Hour Burn-In function overriding relay output to full bright,
                         typically for lamp seasoning.
                   E. Equipment List ( quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings ):
                      1. LRM2330 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 120/277 VAC
                      2. LRM2335 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 347 VAC
                      3. LRM2340 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor with Photocell and low
                         temperature capacity, 120/277 VAC
                      4. LRM2345 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor with Photocell and low
                         temperature capacity, 347 VAC
                      5. LRM2348 Fixture Mounted High Bay 360° Occupancy Sensor, 480 VAC
                      6. LRM2369 Optional Sensor Mounting Bracket.

         2.56      LCU2420/2425/2430 Power Extenders
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LCU2400 series Power Extenders are designed to increase the power
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                             capacity and interface to various load types.
                          2. The Power Extender shall emulate the characteristics of the dimmer that it is
                             connected to in terms of dimming range and resolution.
                   B.     Mechanical
                          1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                          2. Sensor shall mount in a standard 1900 wall box with 2-gang raised cover or a metal 2-
                             gang 3.5” deep wall box.
                          3. Measure no more than 4.72”L inch x 4.5”W and 2.56”D (120 x 114 x 65mm).
                          4. Aluminum clear anodized extruded heat sink with snap-on molded white cover shall
                             extend ½” (12.7mm) from mounting face.
                          5. Operating environment: 14 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to 40°C) in twenty to
                             ninety-five (20-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                          6. The LCU2400 series power extenders shall provide connections by six (6) 1x12AWG
                             screw terminals.
                   C.     Electrical
                          1. Input current:
                             a. LCU2420/2425 – 120VAC 50/60Hz
                             b. LCU2430 – 277VAC 50/60Hz
                          2. Load Rating:
                             a. LCU2420 – 1920 watts @ 120VAC
                             b. LCU2425 – 1920VA @ 120VAC
                             c. LCU2430 – 3000VA @ 277VAC
                          3. Line voltage input terminals (Control and Neutral) shall accept 12 AWG copper wires.
                          4. Line voltage output terminals (Load, Neutral, Hot, and Switched Hot) shall accept 12
                             AWG copper wires.
                          5. Load Output Power: phase independent of control device.
                          6. LCU2400 series Power Extenders shall be capable of utilizing either single or dual
                             power feeds.
                          7. Dimmer neutrals must be connected.
                   D.     Performance
                          1. LCU2420 Power Extenders work with 120VAC, 600 watt incandescent versions from
                             the Philips Compli Scenist, Momentum, Multiset Pro, Onset, and Vega product lines.
                          2. LCU2425 and Lcu2430 Power Extenders work with 120VAC, 600 watt electronic
                             ballast (EB) versions from the Philips Momentum, Multiset Pro, Onset, and Vega
                             product lines.
                          3. LC22400 series Power Extenders shall have a minimum level adjustment.
                   E.     Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                          1. LCU2420 Power Extender, Incandescent and Magnetic Low Voltage, 120VAC
                          2. LCU2425 Power Extender, Electronic Ballast (Mark X), 120VAC
                          3. LCU2430 Power Extender, Electronic Ballast (Mark X), 277VAC.

         2.57      LCU2435 Power Extender
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LCU2435 Power Extender is designed to increase the power capacity and
                         control fluorescent dimming ballasts from standard box-mounted dimmers.
                      2. The Power Extender shall control 0-10VDC electronic dimming ballasts.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall mount in a standard four (4”) inch square wall box.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.00”L inch x 4.3”W and 3.624”D (109.2 x 101.6 x 91.4mm).
                      4. Operating environment: 14 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 to 40°C) in twenty to
                         ninety-five (20-95%) percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
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                      5. The LCU2400 series power extenders shall provide connections by six (6) 1x12AWG
                         screw terminals.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input current: 108VAC to 305VAC, 60Hz
                      2. Load Rating:
                         a. 20 amperes/2400VA @ 120VAC
                         b. 5500VA @ 277VAC fluorescent
                      3. Power consumption:
                         a. 120VAC – 6 watts max.
                         b. 277VAC – 18 watts max.
                      4. Load Output Power: phase independent of control device.
                      5. LCU2400 series Power Extenders shall be capable of utilizing either single or dual
                         power feeds.
                      6. Dimmer neutrals must be connected.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LCU2435 Power Extender shall work with 120VAC, 600 watt incandescent versions
                         from the Philips Compli Scenist, Momentum, Multiset Pro, Onset, and Vega product
                         lines.
                      2. LC2435 Power Extender shall have a minimum level adjustment.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LCU2435 Power Extender, Electronic Ballast 0-10V (Mark 7), 120VAC.

         2.58      LRC2410 Relay Control Panel
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRC2410 Relay Control Panel is a compact self-contained lighting
                          controller
                      2. The LRC2410 Panel shall prove flexible time schedule control and override for eight
                          (8) lighting circuits.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. The Relay Controller is designed as a surface mount NEMA 1 approved enclosure but
                          alternate NEMA enclosure types are available with factory consultation.
                      3. Construction shall be18 gauge cold roll steel (CRS) with hinged, locking door.
                      4. Measure no more than 16 x 14.5 x 4 inches (406.4 x 368.3 x 101.6 mm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 0.60 pounds (0.272 kg).
                      6. Relay Controller indoor only operating environment: 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0
                          to 40°C) in ten 10 to 95 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. User controls shall provide:
                      8. Service Switch
                      9. Diagnostic LED
                      10. Manual override switches for each channel.
                      11. The LRC2410 Relay Control Panel shall have eight (8) Class 2 dry contact inputs, one
                          per channel, and each consisting of 1x14AWG screw terminal.
                      12. The LRC2410 Relay Control Panel is a native BACnet device which uses MS/TP
                          communication protocol and as such utilizes IN and OUT terminal blocks.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. LRC2410 Relay Control Panel input power shall be 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz multi-tap.
                      2. Line voltage supply terminals (Line, Neutral, and Ground) shall accept 8-24 AWG
                          copper wire.
                      3. Eight (8) Load Relays:
                      4. Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) normally open (default) with
                      5. Enclosed silver alloy contacts
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                      6. Rated twenty (20A) amperes at 277VAC
                      7. Relays shall meet NEC 110.10 10kA SCCR requirements.
                      8. Expected relay life: ten (10) million mechanical operations.
                      9. Manual Override terminals shall accept 8-24 AWG copper wire.
                      10. Output voltage for remote sensors and photocell shall be 24VDC.
                      11. Optional Conversion Kit (LRC2415) shall convert single pole to double pole relays
                          providing two or four Double Pole Single Throw (DPST) contacts rated at thirty (30A)
                          amperes at 600VAC.
                   D. Performance
                      1. LRC2410 Relay Control Panel shall contain integral seven (7) day astronomical and
                          Daylight Savings Time (DST) function time clock.
                      2. Photocell: One (1) Class 2 analog low voltage input with 100 set points.
                      3. Programming schedules and features shall allow:
                          a. Ninety-nine (99) daily events and thirty-two (32) holiday events.
                          b. Sunrise/sunset offsets and automatic daylight saving adjustments.
                      4. Programming Override features permitted by:
                          a. Eight (8) low voltage Class 2 inputs (momentary 2 or 3 wire or maintained)
                          b. Eight (8) pilot light outputs for switching indication in remote locations.
                      5. Warning OFF feature shall one second flash lighting circuit with programmable 1-99
                          minute delay before OFF.
                      6. Diagnostic Functions:
                          a. LED indicators on power supply card for 5 and 20 volt outputs.
                          b. Relay Output Status LED indicators per circuit.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LRC2410 Relay Panel, 120/277VAC, with BACNET.
                      2. LRC2415 Conversion Kit, Two Pole 208 or 277 VAC.

         2.59      LRD1730 Wall Dimmer with Wireless Communication
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRD1730 series wireless wall dimmer provides automatic lighting control
                          for energy management and user convenience.
                      2. Wireless features permit the installation of occupancy sensors without the necessity of
                          cross ceiling wiring.
                      3. The wall dimmer is designed to interface with up to sixteen (16) other devices to
                          provide manual and automatic control.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Wall Dimmer shall mount on a standard one (1) gang masonry back box and utilize the
                          industry standard Decorator style faceplates. Multiple units can be installed in multi-
                          gang configuration, if fins are removed.
                      3. Broken fin dimmers must be de-rated to 500 watts each.
                      4. Measure no more than 4.13 x 2.56 x 1.79 inches (105 x 65 x 45 mm).
                      5. Weigh no more than 0.3 pounds (.14 kg).
                      6. Construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure available in White or Almond.
                      7. Sensor operating environment: 41 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 - 40°C) in twenty to
                          eighty-five percent (20-85%) relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      8. White LED bar graphic clearly indicates dimming level and provides set-up indications.
                      9. Dimmer shall permit adjustable maximum dimming level.
                      10. Dimmer configuration shall establish desired day light levels from floor via wireless link
                          to sensor with directly accessing the sensor.
                      11. Up to sixteen devices shall be capable of being linked in a single space and two or
                          more dimmers can be linked to form a group for multi-way operation
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                      12. Interface shall be universal license fee band ZigBee Pro 2.4Ghz compliant.
                      13. Wall Dimmer shall comply with UL, CSA, FCC, RoHS, and CEC Title 24.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 120 VAC or 277VAC, 60 hertz.
                      2. Load rating:
                          a. Incandescent: 800 watt 120VAC (500 watt if fins removed).
                          b. Electronic Fluorescent Ballast: 800VA @ 120VAC 1600VA @ 277VAc
                      3. Compatible Electronic Fluorescent Ballast:
                          a. Philips Advance
                          b. Mark 10 Powerline – all models
                          c. EssentialLine Powerline – all models
                      4. Dimmers are not rated for electro-magnetic fluorescent or motor loads.
                      5. For best dimming performance use Philips lamps.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Self adaptive time delay tunes sensor to common activities in the space.
                      2. Utilizing the industry standard ZigBee protocol allows interconnection of multiple
                          devices:
                      3. Phillips LRA1721 Wall Switch with wireless communication
                      4. Phillips LRA1730 Wall Dimmer with wireless communication
                      5. Phillips LRM1743 PIR Occupancy Sensor with wireless communication
                      6. Phillips LRM1760 Multi-Tech Occupancy Sensor with wireless communication
                      7. Dimmers shall default function as stand-alone devices controlling only the load that is
                          connected to it. When configured as a multi-way dimmer, all loads are controlled from
                          any dimmer.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LRD173000 OccuSwitch Wireless Wall Dimmer 120/277VAC, White
                      2. LRD173001 OccuSwitch Wireless Wall Dimmer 120/277VAC, Ivory

         2.60      LRD1721 Wall Switch with Wireless Communication
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRD1721 series wireless wall switch provides automatic lighting control for
                         energy management and user convenience.
                      2. Wireless features permit the installation of occupancy sensors without the necessity of
                         interconnecting wiring.
                      3. The wall switches are designed to interface with up to sixteen (16) other devices to
                         provide manual and automatic control.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Wall Switch shall mount on a standard one (1) gang masonry back box and utilize the
                         industry standard Decorator style faceplates. Multiple units can be installed in multi-
                         gang configuration, if fins are removed.
                      3. Measure no more than 4.13 x 2.56 x 1.79 inches (105 x 65 x 45 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 0.3 pounds (.14 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure available in White or Almond.
                      6. Switch operating environment: 41 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 - 40°C) in twenty to
                         eighty-five percent (20-85%) relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Up to sixteen devices shall be capable of being linked in a single space and two or
                         more switches can be linked to form a group for multi-way operation
                      8. Interface shall be universal license fee band ZigBee Pro 2.4Ghz compliant.
                      9. Wall Dimmer shall comply with UL, CSA, FCC, RoHS, and CEC Title 24.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Input power shall be 120 VAC or 277VAC, 60 hertz.
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                      2. Load rating:
                         a. Incandescent: 800 watt 120VAC (500 watt if fins removed).
                         b. Electronic Fluorescent Ballast: 1300VA @ 120VAC and @ 277VAC
                         c. Electromagnetic Fluorescent Ballast: 1300VA @ 120VAC and @ 277VAC
                         d. Motor Load: ¼ HP @ 120VAC
                   D. Performance
                      1. Self adaptive time delay tunes sensor to common activities in the space.
                      2. Utilizing the industry standard ZigBee protocol allows interconnection of multiple
                         devices, primarily:
                         a. Phillips LRA1721 Wall Switch with wireless communication
                         b. Phillips LRA1730 Wall Dimmer with wireless communication
                         c. Phillips LRM1743 PIR Occupancy Sensor with wireless communication
                         d. Phillips LRM1760 Multi-Tech Occupancy Sensor with wireless communication
                      3. Switches shall default function as stand-alone devices controlling only the load that is
                         connected to it. When configured as a multi-way switch, all loads are controlled from
                         any switch.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LRD172100 OccuSwitch Wireless Wall Switch 120/277VAC, White
                      2. LRD172101 OccuSwitch Wireless Wall Switch 120/277VAC, Ivory

         2.61      LRM1743 Occupancy Sensor - 360° Ceiling Infrared
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM1743 wireless ceiling sensors utilize passive infrared motion detection
                          (PIR) to control lighting levels.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices over the OccuSwitch Wireless
                          Control System to detect motion and provide control.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall surface mount directly or on a standard three (3”) inch octagonal back
                          box.
                      3. Measure no more than 3.3 inch diameter x 1.0 inch (83 mm x 25 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 18 ounces (.5 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure.
                      6. Switch operating environment: 41 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 - 40°C) in twenty to
                          eighty-five percent (20-85%) relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Up to sixteen devices shall be capable of being linked in a single space and two or
                          more switches can be linked to form a group for multi-way operation
                      8. Interface shall be universal license fee band ZigBee Pro 2.4Ghz compliant.
                      9. Motion Sensor shall comply with UL, CSA, FCC, RoHS, and CEC Title 24.
                      10. Switch-off delay minimum can be manually set between one and thirty (1-30) minutes.
                          Initial setting is automatically adjusted to the occupancy pattern, but never less than
                          the manual setting.
                      11. The sensors surrounding bezel shall incorporate rotating shield that will readily mask a
                          portion of the sensor element preventing nuisance detections from adjacent doorways
                          and corridors.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Standard AA size 3.6V Lithium-thionyl chloride (included) battery shall provide 10 year
                          plus lifetime rating under normal operating conditions.
                   D. Performance
                      1. Multicolor LED activation and status indicator
                      2. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the major motion sensitivity shall cover a
                          rectangular area twenty-three (23’) by seventeen (17’) feet.
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                      3. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the minor motion sensitivity shall cover a
                         rectangular area seventeen (17’) by eleven (11’) feet.
                      4. Maximum recommended installation height: twelve (12’) feet.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LRM1743 OccuSwitch Wireless PIR Occupancy Sensor, Off-White

         2.62      LRM1760 Occupancy Sensor - 360° Ceiling Multi-Tech
                   A. General
                      1. The Philips LRM1760 wireless ceiling sensors combine passive infrared motion
                          detection (PIR) and ambient light level detection (PE) in the one device to control
                          lighting levels.
                      2. The sensor is designed to interface with other devices over the OccuSwitch Wireless
                          Control System to detect motion and provide control.
                   B. Mechanical
                      1. Each module shall be labeled with manufacturer’s name, catalog number, and ratings.
                      2. Sensor shall surface mount directly or on a standard three (3”) inch octagonal back
                          box.
                      3. Measure no more than 3.3 inch diameter x 1.0 inch (83 D x25 mm).
                      4. Weigh no more than 18 ounces (.5 kg).
                      5. Construction shall be ABS plastic enclosure.
                      6. Switch operating environment: 41 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 - 40°C) in twenty to
                          eighty-five percent (20-85%) relative humidity, non-condensing.
                      7. Up to sixteen devices shall be capable of being linked in a single space and two or
                          more switches can be linked to form a group for multi-way operation
                      8. Interface shall be universal license fee band ZigBee Pro 2.4Ghz compliant.
                      9. Photo Cell sensing range: 10 to 1500 Lux (1 to 150 foot candles).
                      10. Photo Cell shall function in a closed loop system, sensing a combination of natural and
                          electric light and continuously adjusting electric light to maintain set light level.
                      11. Motion Sensor shall comply with UL, CSA, FCC, RoHS, and CEC Title 24.
                      12. Switch-off delay minimum can be manually set between one and thirty (1-30) minutes.
                          Automatically the initial setting is adjusted to the occupancy pattern, but never less
                          than the manual setting.
                      13. The sensors surrounding bezel shall incorporate rotating shield that will readily mask a
                          portion of the sensor element preventing nuisance detections from adjacent doorways
                          and corridors.
                   C. Electrical
                      1. Standard AA size 3.6V Lithium-thionyl chloride (included) battery shall provide 10 year
                          plus lifetime rating under normal operating conditions.
                      2. Wireless Range:
                          a. Switch to Sensor: fifty (50’) feet (17m) in office building.
                          b. Switch to Switch (same plane): eighteen (18’) feet (6m).
                          c. Switch to Switch (line of sight): fifty (50’) feet (17m).
                   D. Performance
                      1. Multicolor LED activation and status indicator.
                      2. Mounting of photo cell shall be at least .75 the mounting height from any window.
                      3. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the major motion sensitivity shall cover a
                          rectangular area twenty-three (23’) by seventeen (17’) feet.
                      4. At a mounting height range of eight (8’) feet the minor motion sensitivity shall cover a
                          rectangular area seventeen (17’) by eleven (11’) feet.
                      5. Maximum recommended installation height: twelve (12’) feet.
                   E. Equipment List (quantities as shown in schedules, tables, and drawings):
                      1. LRM1760 OccuSwitch Wireless Multi-Sensor Occupancy Sensor, Off-White
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         PART 3 - EXECUTION
         3.01      Manufacturer’s Instructions
                   A. Compliance: Comply with manufacturer’s product data; including product technical
                      bulletins, product catalog, installation instructions, submittal sketches or drawings, and
                      product carton instructions for installation.

         3.02      Examination
                   A. Site Verification of Conditions: Verify that related conditions, including equipment that has
                      been previously installed under other sections, are compatible and acceptable for product
                      installation in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
                   B. All devices connected to equipment specified in this section shall bear the UL, cUL, ETL,
                      CSA, or other appropriate NRTL label and comply with all applicable National Electrical
                      Code (NEC) requirements.
                   C. Verify that the types of lamps installed are compatible and provide complete functionality
                      of the controlling device.

         3.03      Preparation
                   A. All equipment related to the system shall be factory tested before shipment.
                   B. Prepare and provide electronic Operation and Maintenance Manuals for the equipment
                      provided under this section.
                   C. Prepare and provide electronic final shop drawings for the equipment provided under this
                      section. These drawing sets shall include any changes made during fabrication and
                      installation that differ from the submittal drawings provided earlier.

         3.04      Installation
                   A. Contractor shall furnish all equipment, labor, system setup, and other services necessary
                       for the proper installation of the products/system as indicated on the drawings and
                       specified herein. System setup information shall include each dimmer’s load type,
                       assigning each dimmer to a control zone (channel), and defining operational control
                       functions desired (i.e. non-dim, constant, dimmable, etcetera).
                   B. Philips Controls will not be responsible for any products subjected to inappropriate
                       application or installed or modified in any way that is not in accordance with Philips
                       Controls' instructions.
                   C. Install in accordance with all local and pertaining codes and regulations.
                   D. Utilize an installer with demonstrated experience in projects of similar size and complexity.
                   E. Equipment shall be ready to use condition at end of installation.
                   F. Energize equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
                   G. Schedule System Commissioning by factory-authorized personnel in accordance with
                       manufacturer’s required lead times and written instructions.

         3.05      Protection And Cleaning
                   A. Storage and Protection: Store materials protected from exposure to harmful environmental
                      conditions and at temperature and humidity conditions recommended by the
                      manufacturer.
                   B. Touch up, repair, or replace damaged components before Substantial Completion.
                   C. Remove temporary tags, coverings, and construction debris from interior and exterior
                      surfaces of equipment. Remove construction debris from equipment area and dispose of
                      debris.
                   D. Clean integral air filters, heat sinks, grills, and fans before Substantial Completion and
                      Commissioning Services.
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         3.06      Warranty
                   A. Philips Controls warrants that its products (other than ballasts) are free of defects in
                      workmanship and materials for a period of three (3) years from the date of shipment.
                   B. The manufacturer shall provide a single source warranty for all supplied equipment
                      specified in this section.
                   C. At its sole option, the manufacturer will repair or replace any supplied product defective in
                      workmanship or materials.
                   D. Philips Controls will not be responsible for any products subjected to inappropriate
                      application or installed or modified in any way that is not in accordance with Philips
                      Controls' instructions.

                                                         END OF SECTION 16580




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