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					Specification Number: 26 09 26.20
Product Name: LIGHTING CONTROL PANELBOARD

                                      SECTION 26 09 26.20
                               LIGHTING CONTROL PANELBOARD
                                       POWERLINK G3

PART 1 - GENERAL
Introduction
        The work covered in this section is subject to all the requirements in the General Conditions of the Specifications.
        The contractor shall coordinate all of the work in this section with all of the trades covered in other sections of the
        specification to provide a complete and operable system.
1.01 Description of Work
        1. The extent of the lighting control system work is indicated by the drawings and by the requirements of this
           section. It is defined to include, but not by way of limitation:
           A. Panelboards containing both standard and remotely operable circuit breakers
           B. Control electronics for switching circuit breakers and monitoring the status of the system
           C. Associated low voltage switches, occupancy sensors and external time clocks
           D. Any work stations, software and communications hardware
        2. System installation includes the following:
           A. Wiring of main and branch circuit conductors
           B. Installation of external control devices and wiring to the panelboard controller
           C. Installation of communications conductors and associated hardware

1.02 Quality Assurance
        1. Manufacturers: Firms engaged in the manufacture of lighting control equipment and ancillary equipment, of
           the types indicated, whose products have been in satisfactory use in similar service for not less than five years.
        2. Component Testing: All electronic component board assemblies are to be factory tested and burned in prior to
           installation.
        3. System Support: Factory fax/telephone/email support shall be available free of charge during normal business
           hours.
        4. NEMA Compliance: Comply with applicable portions of NEMA standards pertaining to types of electrical
           equipment and enclosures.
        5. NEC Compliance: Comply with applicable portions of the NEC including Articles 110-10 and 725.
        6. UL Compliance: Comply with applicable UL standards for panelboards, circuit breakers and energy
           management equipment.
        7. FCC Emissions: All assemblies are to be in compliance with FCC emissions Standards specified in Part 15,
           Subpart J for Class A applications
        8. IEC 1000: Electronic panelboard components shall meet or exceed levels specified below:
           A.     ESD Immunity                                                      IEC 1000, Level 4
           B.        RF Susceptibility                                                     IEC 1000, Level 3
           C.        Electrical Fast Transient Susceptibility                              IEC 1000, Level 3
            D.       Electrical Surge Susceptibility—power line                         IEC 1000, Level 4
            E.       Electrical Surge Susceptibility—interconnection lines              IEC 1000, Level 3
        9. ISO 9002: Manufacture of hardware and software components shall be registered as ISO 9000 compliant.
1.03 Warranty
       Manufacturer shall warrant specified equipment to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for at least
       one year from the date of installation or eighteen months from date of purchase.
1.04 Equipment
       Equipment shall be Square D POWERLINK G3 system or pre-approved equal.
1.05 Submittals
        1. Product Data Sheets: Submit manufacturer‘s data sheet for the lighting control system and specified
           components
        2. Panel Drawings: Submit manufacturer‘s dimensional drawings and circuit breaker placement locations for each
           panelboard.
        3. One Line Diagram: Submit a one-line diagram of the system configuration proposed if it differs from that
           illustrated in the riser diagram included in these specifications.
        4. Typical Wiring Diagrams: Submit typical connection diagrams for all components including, but not limited
           to, panelboards, low voltage switches, occupancy sensors, light level controllers, communications devices, and
           personal computers.
        5. Substitutions: If a system from another manufacturer is submitted for approval, the following submittals are
           required: Short circuit study demonstrating NEC110-10 compliance for all remotely-operated switching
           devices. Elevation drawing showing placement of equipment in equipment rooms.



PART 2 - MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS
2.01 Lighting Control System
       1.   The lighting control system shall consist of microprocessor-based control electronics with remotely operated
            circuit breakers mounted to a UL67 listed lighting panelboard interior and enclosed in a UL50 listed panelboard
            enclosure. The circuit breakers shall provide overcurrent protection, and have an AIR rating or series connected
            rating that meets or exceeds the fault current of the system to which the panelboard is being applied.
        2. Each master control panel shall meet or exceed the following capabilities:
           A. Sixteen (16) 2-wire input terminals for connection to external low voltage switch contacts.
            B. Time of day scheduling to automatically shut off lighting at specific programmed times
            C. Direct control of 168 branch circuits in a master/slave sub-net configuration.
            D. Provide true status feedback by monitoring branch circuit breaker status based on actual system voltage at
               load side terminal.
            E. Accept remote commands through the facilities Ethernet infrastructure.
       3.   All lighting control components shall be installed in a conventional panelboard 20 inches wide or column-width
            enclosures (as noted on drawings). Suitable barriers shall be installed to separate Class 2 wiring from power
            conductors.
2.02 Hardware
        1. To minimize space requirements, the remotely operated circuit breakers and electronics shall be integral to the
           lighting panelboard.
2. Remotely Operated Circuit Breakers—all remotely operated branch circuit breakers shall provide overload and
   short circuit protection suitable for the location in the electrical system, as defined in the panelboard schedules.
   Remotely operated power switching devices shall have the following:
   A. Integral branch circuit overcurrent protection as required by the National Electrical Code (NEC). All circuit
       breakers shall have a UL Listed interrupting rating sufficient for the application or UL Listed series
       connected ratings for the maximum available fault current at that point in the system. Submittals reflecting
       the use of relays or contactors to perform remote switching must show evidence in writing that the relays
       withstand the available fault current.
   B. UL Listed SWD ratings for 15A and 20A 1-, 2- and 3-pole branch devices, HID ratings, and HACR ratings.
   C. Handle operator that shall mechanically open the power switching device contacts when moved to the OFF
      position and disable the contacts from being remotely closed.
   D. Manual override switch to enable or disable the remote operation of the device and allow breaker handle to
      fully control the On/Off state of the breaker. Override must fully disengage remote operation of the
      breaker mechanism. Device utilizing ‗one-shot‘ or ‗temporary‘ overrides will not be accepted.
   E. Visible flag that clearly indicates the status of the circuit breaker contacts with the panel trim installed. Flag
      shall indicate: ON, OFF, and TRIPPED circuit breaker states. The visible flag shall be mechanical in
      nature, directly tied to the circuit breaker mechanism, and shall be provided in addition to any status
      indicator supplied by the system electronics.
   F.   Switching endurance rating of 200,000 open/close/open remote operations. Switching devices with lower
        ratings may be judged to be acceptable, but must be provided with [100%] [200%] spare switching devices
        for each circuit to ensure an equivalent total number of operations.
3. Lighting Control Electronics—Master Panelboards
   A. Panels identified on the panel schedule as master panels shall contain both a power supply module and
       controller in the indicated spaces. Master panels provide power and control for operating and monitoring
       remotely operated branch circuit breakers connected to control busses located in master and slave
       panelboards. One power supply module and controller shall support up to eight (8) control busses.
   B. Master panels shall contain a nameplate label, located on the panel trim indicating its designation,
      automation level network address, and the designations and addresses of all associated slave panels.
   C. A power supply module shall be furnished to provide control power for the operation of the remotely
      operated circuit breakers, controller, bus system and low voltage inputs. Power module(s) shall connect
      directly to the panel interior and receive line voltage from the panel bus. Power module(s) shall be
      internally self-protected and operate within a range of –15% to +10% of its nominal line voltage rating.
   D. The controller shall operate whenever voltage is within the power supply operating range. In the event of
      incoming power outage, the controller shall automatically halt execution in a safe manner. Upon return of
      power, the controller shall automatically reboot and return to normal system operation.
   E. The controller shall include the following:
              1.     Integral keypad and LCD front panel for local setup. Front panel setup shall permit local input
                     setup and creation of time schedules without requiring separate PC-based software or hand
                     held loader devices.
              2.     RS-232 serial communications interface to permit local connection to personal computer
                     without having to remove panel trim.
              3.     Non-volatile memory to retain all setup and configurations.
              4.     Sixteen terminals configurable for either sixteen (16) two-wire inputs, eight (8) three-wire
                     inputs, or eight (8) two-wire inputs with status feedback for pilot LED‘s. All configurations
                     shall allow either momentary or maintained control devices to be attached without providing
                     any external control power.
              5.     An auxiliary control power source for powering external control devices such as occupancy
                     sensors and low voltage photo sensors, as indicated on drawings.
           6.     Programmable input timers to permit timed override periods.
           7.     Adjustable blink notice.
           8.     Ability to log and display remotely operated breaker On-time.
           9.     Ability to log events including changes to breaker state, input state, zone state, schedule
                  periods, and bus operational status.
           10.    Capability for accepting downloadable firmware so that the latest production features may be
                  added in the future without replacing the module.
F.   Time scheduler shall provide, at minimum, the following:
           1.     Sixteen (16) independent schedules, each having twenty-four (24) time periods.
           2.     Clock configurable for 12-hour (AM/PM) or 24-hour format.
           3.     Schedule periods settable to the minute.
           4.     365-day calendar, with automatic daylight savings and leap year adjustments.
           5.     Day-of-week, day-of-month, day-of-year with one-time or repeating capability.
           6.     Thirty-two (32) special date periods with ability to nest different periods within other periods.
           7.     Astronomical tracker to automatically adjust sunrise and sunset times throughout the year.
G. Each panel controller shall have no less than sixteen (16) physical inputs that can be connected to external
   devices as shown on the drawings. These inputs shall be configured according to the customers
   requirements and shall be capable of providing the following capabilities:
           1.     Configurable for Normally Open, Normally Closed, 2-wire maintained toggle, 2-wire
                  momentary toggle, 2-wire momentary On, 2-wire momentary Off, or 3-wire momentary
                  operation.
           2.     Inputs shall also be capable of operating in conjunction with a building automation system to
                  provide blink notice operation.
           3.     Capable of assigning timers to inputs for local override operation. Timers type shall include
                  timed On and Off-delay capabilities. Time increments shall be settable between 5 minutes to
                  18 hours.
           4.     An input synchronization service shall be provided to synch inputs with other inputs, zones,
                  time schedules, or remote sources. This synchronization service shall be used to control input
                  state, input inhibit mode (enable/disable), or sync timers (enable/disable).
H. Each panel controller shall be capable of operating in a pass-through mode for Modbus connected devices,
   such as meters, whereby the information is automatically ported to the Modbus TCP/IP port without
   separate gateway devices.
I.   Each panel controllers shall have the capability of configuring either local or remote sources in an ―AND‖,
     ―EXOR‖, ―EOR‖ or ―LAST EVENT‖ configuration. Sources shall include, but not be limited to, inputs,
     time schedules, or status. Up to four sources shall be permitted in a custom configurable logic arrangement.
J.   Zone priorities shall be assignable to each zone such that the particular zone shall have priority over other
     zones. Zones priorities shall be capable of forcing all breakers in the zone to an On state or an Off state
     depending on the particualar configuration.
K. Ethernet Communications (Option): Each panel controller shall be capable of networking with other panel
   controllers in a peer-to-peer configuration using an Ethernet 10Base-T network.
           1.     Each panel controller shall support Ethernet communications using Modbus TCP/IP or
                  BACnet/IP protocols,
           2.     Each input connected to the controller shall be capable of controlling any branch circuit
                  connected to any other controller.
          3.    A schedule programmed in one controller shall be capable of controlling any branch circuit
                connected to any other controller.
          4.    Means for setting initial Ethernet parameters via a local operator interface without having to
                employ special software or configuration tools.
L. Time Synchronization Service (Option): Each panel controller shall incoporate a time synchronization
   service to update controller clock to a network time server. Time serve shall incorporate both a primary
   and secondary source. Update interval shall be setable from 1 to 24 hours.
M. Embedded Web Server (Option): Each panel controllers shall incorporate a web-enabled server for
   displaying information over a standard web browser. Web-accessible information shall include:
          1.    A secure, password protected login screen for modifying operational parameters to ensure only
                authorized access. Password administration shall be accessible to authorized users via web
                page interface.
          2.    Separate web pages for each panel with the arrangement of breakers on the page matching the
                physical appearance of the panel. Panel status pages shall also include breaker nametags, pole
                configuration, location in panel, and actual contact state (On/Off/Tripped/Manual) for the
                master panel and each associated slave panel. The web page shall also provide the ability to
                observe breaker On-time and blink information in real time.
          3.    Panel summary showing the master and all slave panels connected to the controller.
          4.    Controller summary showing controller diagnostic information.
          5.    For a consistent user interface provide remote front panel mimic screens for setting up
                controller parameters, input types, zones, and operating schedules. Mimic screens shall also
                allow direct breaker control and zone overrides.
          6.    The user interface shall share a common ―look and feel‖ between panels and other web-
                enabled distribution equipment.
N. Alarm and Email Notification (Option): Each master controller shall incorporate an alarm and automated
   e-mail notification service. These services shall be capable of automatically initiating alarms based on
   preconfigured conditions and routing alarm alerts as directed by the customer. Customer shall furnish a list
   of alarms to be configured and email addresses to receive each alarm.
          1.    Alarms shall be configurable for the following parameters:
                a.   Global alarms: power loss, non-responding breakers, loss and restoration of sub-net
                     communications, loss and restoration of serial port communications, loss and restoration
                     of Modbus TCP Ethernet commands.
                b.   Specific alarms: input status, zone status, breaker status on-time (0 to 99999 hours) and
                     strike counter.
          2.    Email notification service shall include the ability to automatically route an email message to
                five individual email addresses. Within the body text of the email, provide a link that will
                automatically redirect the user to the associated panels‘ status web page.
O. BACnet Conformance (Option):
          1.    Reference BACnet Standard, ANSI/ASHRAE 135
          2.    Each panel controller shall, at a minimum, support serial BACnet MS/TP and Ethernet
                BACnet/IP communications.
          3.    Each panel controller shall be able to communicate directly via BACnet RS-485 serial
                networks and Ethernet 10Base-T networks as a native BACnet device.
          4.    Each panel controller shall comply with Annex J of Standard 135 for IP connections.
              5.    Each panel controller shall function as a BACnet Application Specific Controller in
                    accordance with Annex L of Standard 135, and shall support the following BACnet
                    Interoperability Building Blocks:
                    a.   Data Sharing - Read Property - B
                    b.   Data Sharing - Read Property Multiple - B
                    c.   Data Sharing - Write Property - B
                    d.   Data Sharing - Write Property Multiple - B
                    e.   Device Management - Dynamic Device Binding - B
                    f.   Device Management - Dynamic Object Binding - B
                    g.   Device Management - Device Communication Control - B
                    h.   Device Management - Time Synchronization - B
                    i.   Device Management - UTC Time Synchronization - B
                    j.   Device Management - Reinitialize Device - B
              6.    Standard BACnet object types supported shall, as a minimum, include Analog Value, Binary
                    Value, Multi-State Value and Multi-State Output.
4. Lighting Control Electronics—Slave panels
   A. Panels marked as slave panels shall contain the necessary busses and network hardware to allow connection
       of the sub-net wiring between panels.
   B. Sub-net wiring connections shall allow connection of wiring to a terminal that can be removed from the
      panel without interrupting the communications to other panels.
   C. Slave panels shall contain a nameplate label attached to the deadfront trim indicating the panel designation,
      network address of the panel, and the panel designation of the associated master panel.
5. Under-Voltage Sensing Relay – Emergency Lighting System Response
   A. System shall be provided with an under-voltage sensing relay in each normally powered lighting panel to
      trigger the emergency response in the associated emergency lighting panel. Relay shall be set to respond
      whenever a voltage loss of 50% of nominal occurs on any phase for more than 1 second in any normal
      panel.
   B. Panels designated as EM on drawings shall be provided with a UPS sized to provide 90 minutes of backup
      power at 2A of 120V load. Upon receiving a trigger from any sensing relay, the EM panel will sequence
      all breakers to the ON position. A delay of 0.1 seconds between breakers will be used to minimize startup
      demand on the emergency generator.
6. Web Based User Interface (Option)
   A. A web based user interface to the lighting control system shall be provided to display graphical depictions
      of the facility and provide control icons to view status, operate overrides, and change global time schedules.
   B. The web based control interface shall incorporate a dedicated industrial grade server and operating system
      designed specifically for providing web based control applications.
   C. Standard features of the web based user interface shall include:
              1.    A three level user log-on identification and password. Level one authorization shall provide
                    viewing of web-pages and initiation of graphical overrides. A level two authorization shall
                    allow changing of time schedules.
              2.    The ability to operate up to thirty-two global zones. Zone operating provisions shall include:
                    a.    A status icon for each zone. Status icon shall indicate if the zone is being commanded
                          On, Off, or is in an override state.
                    b.    An override capability for switching the zone On or Off with a timer capability for
                          maintaining the zone On for a preset period.
                    c.    The ability to establish a global operating time schedule for each zone. The time schedule
                          shall operate on a repeating 7-day basis and have the ability to create special operating
                          schedules for holidays and special events.
   D. Additional capabilities [select as required].
             1.     Graphical web pages developed specifically for the site lighting control system. Provide [#]
                    custom pages as part of the bid package with no more than thirty two (32) control/status
                    objects per page. Graphical pages shall be approved by the Owners representative prior to
                    implementation. Submit a typical page with bid submittal. Storage of the graphical screens
                    shall be in the NAC and/or Server without requiring any graphics to be stored on the client
                    machine. Systems that require graphics storage on each client are not acceptable.
             2.     Provide the ability for [#] individual specific user ID‘s. These specific ID‘s shall restrict log-on
                    capability to specific web pages and/or control objects. The NAC shall provide an audit trail
                    for tracking the time and date of when access to the system was granted.
             3.     Integration with building automation system. Access to global lighting zones shall be available
                    to the building automation system. Coordinate work with BAS supplier and contractor.
             4.     Other. [Describe any custom, non-lighting control work here. Such requirements may include
                    fan and damper control, metering, demand limiting control strategies, presentations of floor
                    temperatures for monitoring and alarm, status of other loads, and power monitoring values.]
7. Network Lighting Control (Option): Reference Specification 26 09 43.10 Network Lighting Controls
   A. Keypads - Neo Style (Option)
              1.   Provide wall mount programmable keypads as designated on the drawings. Keypads shall be
                   designed to control lighting applications and other electrical services. The units shall be able to
                   control any system output device including remotely operated circuit breakers, relays, dimmers,
                   and analogue outputs.
              2.   Keypad functions shall be configurable before, during, or after installation. Each key shall be
                   capable of being programmed to achieve various control functions including, setting a scene,
                   toggle switch, dimmer control, timer or pre-set. All control information for the keypad shall be
                   held in non-volatile memory on the unit itself. In the event of power failure, the non-volatile
                   memory shall retain all programmed information relating to the unit's operation.
              3.   Keypads shall be programmable via personal computer running Windows™ based configuration
                   software. When a PC is not used, keypad shall have the facility to be programmed by ‗learning‘
                   its relationship with other input and output devices connected to the system. This learning
                   process shall not require any additional hardware to be connected to the system. Systems that
                   require a central device to store relationship information, databases, etc will not be accepted.
              4.   Each keypad shall have integral dual color indicators on each key (blue and orange). The LED's
                   shall be programmable from the configuration software to be permanently on or off, or indicate
                   and change with load status. The orange and blue indicator options shall be selectable.
              5.   It shall be possible to set a minimum of four scenes on a 4 key or 8 key switch; a minimum of 2
                   scenes shall be available on a two key version. Up to 10 separate addresses shall be assignable
                   to each scene.
              6.   In addition to load indicators on each key, the unit shall provide a locator light indicator option.
                   This shall comprise of two blue LED indicators above the keys and 2 blue LEDS below the
                   keys. After a definable period (set in the configuration software) the key indicator LED‘s shall
                   have the option to time out and the night-light indicators switch on. When night-light mode is
                   activated, there shall be an option available in the configuration software to ‗ignore the first key
                   press‘.
          7.   Keypads shall have a ‗fall back level‘ option, allowing the key indicators to be dimmed at a set
               time after the last key press
          8.   Each keypad shall have integral Infra-red signal receiving capabilities as a standard. The infra-
               red receiving window shall be flush mounted into the face of the plate. The IR window on the
               plate shall form a complementary part of the design of the switch.
          9.   There shall be an option for an identification window for each switch to allow a label to easily
               identify each switch. These optional identification windows shall be backlit via individual
               LED‘s
          10. Keypads shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
              communication cable.
B. Keypads - Saturn Style (Option)
          1.   Provide wall mount programmable keypads as designated on the drawings. Keypads shall be
               designed to control lighting applications and other electrical services. Keypads shall be able to
               control any system output device including remotely operated circuit breakers, relays, dimmers,
               and analogue outputs.
          2.   Keypads shall be available with two, four, or six tactile switches as indicated on the plans and
               schedule.
          3.   The switch facia shall be manufactured from glass, with no visible screws. Switches that use a
               material other than glass for the front plate and/or have any visible screw fixing will not be
               accepted.
          4.   Keypads shall have integral dual colour indicators on each key (blue and orange). The LED's
               shall be programmable from the configuration software to be permanently on or off, or indicate
               and change with load status. The orange and blue indicator options shall be selectable.
          5.   The keypads functions shall be configurable before, during or after installation. Each button
               shall be capable of being programmed to achieve various control functions including, setting a
               scene, toggle switch, dimmer control, timer or pre-set. All control information for the Keypad
               shall be held in non-volatile memory on the unit itself. In the event of power failure, the non-
               volatile memory shall retain all programmed information relating to the unit's operation.
          6.   The Keypads shall be programmable via either with a PC connected to the system running
               Windows™ based configuration software or without a PC connected to the system. When a PC
               is not used, a keypad shall have the facility to be programmed by ‗learning‘ its relationship with
               other input and output devices connected to the system. This leaning process shall not require
               any additional hardware to be connected to the system. Systems that require a central device to
               store relationship information, databases, etc will not be accepted.
          7.   It shall be possible to set a minimum of four scenes on a 4 key or 6 key switch; a minimum of 2
               scenes shall be available on a two key version. Up to 10 separate addresses shall be assignable
               to each scene.
          8.   The unit shall have a ‗fall back level‘ option, allowing the key indicators to be dimmed at a set
               time after the last key press
          9. Keypads shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
             communication cable.
C. Keypads - Dynamic Labeling Technology (Option)
          1.   Provide wall mount programmable keypads as designated on the drawings. Keypads shall be
               wall mounted utilizing standard electrical accessories (e.g., clips, brackets and wall boxes). The
               wall switches shall incorporate Dynamic Labeling Technology that provides the means of
               establishing labels for each button according to the requirements of the user.
          2.   Keypads shall have eight programmable buttons for Group/Scene control over two pages, with a
               scroll button to toggle between the two pages. The 64 x 128 pixel LCD screen shall incorporate
               a backlight. The switches shall include an optional real time clock display on the LCD. The
               units shall include a night-light and an ‗ignore first key press option‘ to aid night time operation.
          3.   Each keypad shall have integral dual colour indicators on each key (blue and orange). The
               LED's shall be programmable from the configuration software to be permanently on or off, or
               indicate and change with load status. The orange and blue indicator options shall be selectable.
          4.   The keypads functions shall be configurable before, during or after installation. Each button
               shall be capable of being programmed to achieve various control functions including, setting a
               scene, toggle switch, dimmer control, timer or pre-set. All control information for the keypad
               shall be held in non-volatile memory on the unit itself. In the event of power failure, the non-
               volatile memory shall retain all programmed information relating to the unit's operation.
          5.   The Keypad shall be programmable via either with a PC connected to the system running
               Windows™ based configuration software or without a PC connected to the system. When a PC
               is not used, a keypad shall have the facility to be programmed by ‗learning‘ its relationship with
               other input and output devices connected to the system. This leaning process shall not require
               any additional hardware to be connected to the system. Systems that require a central device to
               store relationship information, databases, etc will not be accepted.
          6.   It shall be possible to set a minimum of four scenes; a minimum of 2 scenes shall be available
               on a two key version. Up to 10 separate addresses shall be assignable to each scene.
          7. Keypads shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
             communication cable.
D. Touch Screen - Mono (Option)
          1.   Provide wall mount monochrome touch screens as designation on the drawings. The touch
               screen shall provide a touch sensitive LCD screen that displays pages of graphical items to
               perform a particular function when pressed
          2.   The touch screen shall connect directly to the control system network and shall be powered from
               the network. No extra power pack or other power supply shall be required
          3.   The touch screen shall be capable of being programmed via a control system network
               connection or via an RS232 connection directly to the touch screen.
          4.   The touch screen shall incorporate a touch sensitive ¼ VGA (240 x 320) monochrome LCD
               screen, 80 mm wide and 62 mm high.
          5.   The touch screen shall incorporate an LED backlight.
          6.   The ambient light level shall be monitored for automatic backlight control.
          7.   The touch screen shall have a buzzer to provide audible feedback.
          8.   The touch screen shall incorporate a Real Time Clock, accurate to 60 seconds per month and
               shall maintain the correct time for a minimum of 12 hours in the event of a power failure.
          9.   The touch screen shall include the facility to receive and act upon industry standard ‗NEC‘
               infrared commands.
          10. The touch screen shall be supplied complete with a hand held, credit card sized infrared control
              unit with a minimum of eight control buttons.
          11. A diagnostics page including password protection, network traffic information, built-in test and
              touch screen status information.
          12. Mono touch screen shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
              communication cable.
E. Touch Screen – Color (Option)
          1.   Provide wall mount color touch screens as designation on the drawings. The Touch Screen shall
               provide a wall mounted, color interface to the automation system. The Touch Screen shall be
                installed as one complete unit, two-part units comprising of a monitor with remotely mounted
                control electronics will not be accepted. The Touch Screen shall include a touch sensitive LCD
                screen that can display pages of graphical items, such as buttons, sliders and images. These
                graphical items shall be programmed to perform control and monitoring related functions.
           2.   The LCD screen shall support 18-bit color, and shall be an Active Matrix type. The LCD screen
                shall be 6.4 inches in size (diagonal) and include a 640 x 480 pixel matrix. The touch overlay
                shall be a resistive membrane type. Touch Screens utilising low-resolution matrix overlays will
                not be accepted.
           3.   The Touch Screen shall include a real time clock (astronomical) for automatic scheduling of
                events, based on the time of day, week, month or year.
           4.   The Touch Screen shall allow control via an Infrared hand-held remote control unit.
           5.   The Touch Screen interface shall be configurable to suit user requirements via the Windows™
                compatible configuration software. This software shall also include a Logic Engine module that
                will allow the installer to program logic based control into the touch screen configuration.
           6.   The Touch Screen shall connect directly to the control network. Touch Screens and control
                systems that required a separate, external interface to connect will not be accepted.
           7.   The Touch Screen shall be capable of controlling and monitoring Ethernet and RS-232 devices,
                as well as all devices connected directly to the Automation Network.
           8.   Connection to the Touch Screen for configuration program downloaded shall be via either of
                two, RJ-45 Ethernet connections; one shall be under the front cover, accessible without
                removing the touch screen from the wall.
           9.   The Touch Screen shall include Cold Cathode Backlight with Light sensor for automatic
                backlight level control.
           10. The Touch Screen shall include a Composite video output via RCA socket (750Ohm).
           11. The Touch Screen shall include an integral speaker and shall also support external speaker
               connection. The Touch Screen software shall support Audio WAV files.
           12. The Touch Screen Operating System and configuration files shall be stored on an 256Mb
               Compact Flash card.
           13. The software shall support Alpha blending and animated buttons, with more than 256 animation
               frames.
          14. The Touch Screen shall support viewing of Ethernet based Camera images via a Local Area
              Network (LAN).
F.   Occupancy - Sensor 360 degree PIR (Option)
           1.   Provide celing mount PIR occupancy sensor as shown on the drawings.
           2.   Occupancy sensors shall connect directly to field bus via a Category 5 cable.
           3.   The unit shall have a 360-degree detection pattern, 15‘ in diameter at a 8‘ mounting height.
           4.   The unit shall be designed to be low profile, flush mounted in a ceiling with only ½‖ protrusion
                from the ceiling.
           5.   The sensor shall incorporate an LED to indicate when movement is detected.
           6.   The sensor shall include an ambient light level sensor that automatically turns lights off when
                the ambient light level rises above the threshold level. Light sensitivity shall be set via an
                adjustment screw located on the sensor unit.
         7. The unit shall incorporate dual PIR element detectors to minimise false triggering.
G. Light Level Sensor (Option)
           1.   Provide light level sensor as shown on the drawings.
           2.   Light level sensors shall communicate with all other system units and obtain power via the UTP
                communication cable.
           3.   Light level sensors shall capable of measuring ambient light levels in the range of 0 to 300
                footcandles.
           4.   Light levels sensor shall measure the ambient light level and output devices (such as Dimmer
                Units) shall be controlled to maintain constant illuminance in a given area, under varying
                conditions.
           5.   Light level sensors shall incorporate filtering and hysteresis functions to suppress noise and
                compensate for rapid light intensity fluctuations.
           6.   If the natural ambient illuminance level is such that extra illumination is not necessary, an Off
                command shall be transmitted by the Light Level Sensor to the designated output devices.
          7. The field of View of the light level sensor shall be 180 degrees.
H. Distributed Relays (Option)
           1.   Provide distributed relay units sized according to the ratings shown on the drawings. All
                distributed relays shall have a UL listed short circuit current rating and be installed in enclosures
                suitable for application. Relays without a published UL short circuit current rating will not
                accepted.
           2.   Distributed relays shall communicate with all other system units on the same network without
                the use of central controllers.
           3.   All relays shall incorporate LED‘s to indicate network communication and indepentent relay
                status.
           4. All relay channels shall incorporate independent overrides for each channel.
I.   4 Channel 0 – 10V DC Analog Output Unit (Option)
           1.   Provide analog output units as shown on the drawings. All analog output units shall be installed
                in enclosures suitable for the application.
           2.   Analog output units shall communicate with all other system units on the same network without
                the use of central controllers.
           3.   This unit shall provide the means to control four independent loads on the control system
                network over a control voltage range of 0-10V DC. The unit shall be capable of controlling
                OEM products, including dimmable electronic fluorescent ballasts, with a 0-10V control input.
                The output voltages shall be optically isolated from the control network.
           4.   The unit output (control) current rating per channel shall be 2.5mA when the unit is sourcing
                current, 5mA at Vout = 0V and 6mA at Vout = 12V when sinking current.
           5.   The output rise / fall time (99%) shall be less than 800msec (critically damped).
           6.   The unit shall provide an electrical isolation rating of 3500VAC RMS.
           7.   The output module shall be installed in an enclosure suitable for the application.
J.   DALI Gateway (Option)
           1.   Provide UL listed DALI gateways as shown on the drawings.
           2.   All DALI gateways shall be installed in enclosures suitable for application.
           3.   DALI gateways shall communicate with all other system units on the same network without the
                use of central controllers. The gateway shall also constantly monitor the DALI network and be
                able to control up to 64 DALI ballast per channel.
          4. Each DALI channel shall be able to control up to sixteen (16) groups and scenes per channel.
K. Distributed Dimmers (Option)
                      1.   Provide UL listed distributed dimmer units sized according to the load type and power
                           requirements as shown on the drawings.
                      2.   All distributed dimmers be installed in enclosures suitable for application. Enclosures requiring
                           fans for cooling are not acceptable.
                      3.   Distributed dimmer units shall communicate with all other system units on the same network
                           without the use of central controllers.
                      4.   Each dimmer channel shall incorporate thermal sensors for over-temperature protection.
                      5.   Each dimmer channel shall incorporate circuitry to minimize lamp flicker and provide an
                           effective dimming range from 2 – 98% nominal voltage.
2.03 Networks
       1. Sub-net
          A. Provide sub-net wiring between master and slave panels as indicated on the drawings. Sub-net wiring shall
              permit slave panels to receive power and control data from the master panelboard. Each master/slave
              system may consist of a maximum of 8 panels total.
          B. Sub-net communications shall follow Class 1 wiring practices. Communications conductors shall be
             Belden 27326 or equal having the same voltage rating as the branch circuit conductors. Wiring distances
             shall not exceed the manufacturer‘s recommendations.
       2. RS-485 Serial Network (Excluded for C-Bus Option)
          A. Provide serial communication wiring between master panelboards and other master panelboards or other
              building controllers as indicated on the drawings.
          B. Total network length shall be up to 5,000 ft.
          C. Connected devices shall support baud rates of 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 and 38400.
          D. Network shall support up to 32 devices.
          E. Network cable shall be shielded 2-conductor twisted pair (Belden 9841 or equivalent), or shielded 3-
             conductor with twisted pair (Belden 8723 or equivalent).
       3. Ethernet Network (Option):
          A. Installing contractor shall coordinate work with the network administrator to assure that proper connection
              points are available. The installing contractor shall also secure one static IP address for each master
              controller.
          B. Network shall support Ethernet 10Base-T communications.
          C. Communications wiring to master panels shall be Category 5 cable having 8 position 8 contact (8P8C)
             modular plugs terminated using the T568A or T568B pin/pair assignments as defined in TIA/EIA-568-B.
       4. Future integration and service shall be promoted by using only open communication protocols between lighting
          control panels. An open protocol is one that has specifications published in the public domain and that is used
          by more than 10 manufacturers. Modbus, Modbus (TCP/IP), BACnet IP, BACnet MSTP, and DMX, are
          considered acceptable. Submittals listing any other protocol will not be considered unless they demonstrate that
          these criteria are met. The same open protocol shall be used over all media that are part of the system,
          including serial busses, the LAN, or other connections.
       5. Installation of additional special purpose networks shall be minimized by using the existing facility Ethernet
          LAN to connect various lighting panels or groups of lighting panels as shown on the drawings. Equipment
          shall be compatible with industry standard TCP/IP protocols.
       6. Power Monitoring metering devices as shown on the drawings shall connect using the same network as the
          lighting control panels. The controller shall support a pass-through mode for Modbus connected meters
          whereby the information is automatically ported to the Modbus TCP/IP port without separate gateway devices.
         7. Provide sub-net wiring between master and slave panels as indicated on the drawings. Sub-net wiring shall
            permit slave panels to receive power and control data from the master panelboard. No more than eight (8) bus
            rails shall be connected to the sub-net.
         8. Sub-net communications shall follow Class 1 wiring practices. Communications conductors shall be Belden
            27326 or equal having the same voltage rating as the branch circuit conductors. Wiring distances shall not
            exceed the manufacturer’s recommendations.
         9. Communications wiring to master panels shall use Category 5 cabling. Installing contractor shall coordinate
            work with the network administrator to assure that proper connection points are available. The installing
            contractor shall also secure one static IP address for each master controller.
2.04 Configuration Software (Option)
         1. Configuration software shall be designed specifically for the lighting control system and supported by the
            manufacturer. Software shall support system configuration, printing of configuration records, and monitoring
            and control functions in a Windows environment.
         2. For basic setup and control, the software shall serve as a configuration and diagnostic utility. Basic features
            shall include support for configuring inputs, zones, circuit breaker actions, and time schedules. Software shall
            be able to monitor the status of the system and provide visual indication of input status, circuit breaker status,
            and operational parameters. Software shall be able to establish connections to the system through a controller
            front port, RS232 port, RS485 port, and Ethernet port. Support for remote system dial-up shall be incorporated
            into the software package.
2.05 Personal Computer Workstations (Option)
         1. The lighting panelboard system shall include personal computer workstations complete with software as
            specified in section 2.04 of this specification. The workstation(s) shall be pre-configured with all software and
            configuration files; workstation(s) shall be ready to connect and operate when delivered to the job site.
         2. The panelboard lighting control system shall include [ purchaser to insert ] factory supplied personal computer
            workstations. Each workstation shall consist of a 1.0 GHZ or higher CPU, 17‖ color monitor, Windows XP
            professional (as required to support manufacturer‘s software), internal modem, Ethernet network interface card,
            CD-ROM, 3.5‖ floppy drive, 128 Mbytes RAM, and a minimum of 10Gbytes hard drive storage.



Part 3 – Services
3.01 Customization
         1. Manufacturer shall provide any custom hardware or communication devices necessary to make the system
             perform as specified above.
         2. Manufacturer shall provide PC user interface custom screens. Rough layouts of the screens will be provided to the
            manufacturer no less than 30 days before scheduled system start-up.

3.02 Start-up
         1. Manufacturer shall provide on site services to confirm correct communications wiring in the field, initiate
            communications between panels, and program the lighting control system. The electrical contractor shall
            provide zone configuration schedules, time-of-day schedules, and input override assignments to be used in
            programming to the manufacturer no less than 14 days before planned system start-up.
         2. Manufacturer shall provide _______ days of on-site training during the start up period.



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