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Part 1           General
1.01     SUMMARY
         A. Furnish all labor, materials, equipment, and service necessary for a complete and
            operating networked Building Automation System (BAS), utilizing Direct Digital
            Controls as shown on the drawings and as described herein. Drawings are
            diagrammatic only. The BAS shall be capable of total integration of the facility
            infrastructure systems with user access to all system data either locally attached to
            the network communications media, a secure Intranet within the building, or by
            remote access utilizing a standard Web Browser over the Internet. Capabilities to
            include heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration (HVACR) interior/exterior
            lighting control, electrical/gas/water metering, energy management control strategies,
            security/personnel access control, fire-life safety systems, and all trending, alarm
            reporting, scheduling, and control network maintenance and management functions
            related to normal building operations all as indicated on the drawings or elsewhere in
            this specification.
         B. The BAS will consist of a flat, open architecture that utilizes ANSI/EIA standard 709.1,
            the LonTalk protocol, as the common communication protocol between all controlled
            and controlling devices. Where necessary or desired, LonTalk packets may be
            encapsulated into TCP/IP messages to take advantage of existing infrastructure or to
            increase network bandwidth. Any such encapsulation of the LonTalk protocol into IP
            datagrams shall conform to existing LonMark guidelines for such encapsulation. The
            BAS shall be comprised of a network of distributed, peer-to-peer LonWorks, stand-
            alone controllers. All controllers and software shall be Year 2000 compliant and shall
            be provided with compliance documentation from the manufacturer.
         C. The BAS is intended to seamlessly connect devices throughout the building
            regardless of subsystem type, i.e. HVAC, lighting, and security devices should easily
            coexists on the same network channel. Gateways shall not be used unless
            specifically authorized by the project engineer. Use of a gateway requires submittal of
            the documentation detailed in Substitutions Section. It is the intent of this
            specification that gateways be limited to integrating legacy systems. Gateways used
            to separate channels of open devices will not be allowed.
         D. The products used in constructing the BAS shall be at minimum LonMark compliant.
            In those instances in which LonMark devices are not available, the Network Integrator
            (NI) shall provide LonWorks devices with application source code, device resource
            files, and external interface definitions as described in Substitutions Section The
            software tools required to install and commission the device shall be provided for non-
            LonMark devices.
         E. System shall consist of all stand-alone intelligent control devices, legacy I/O devices,
            sensors, automatic valves, actuators, dampers, operating software, approved
            submittal, operation and maintenance manuals, start-test-check documentation, as-
            built documents, operator training, installation labor, warranty and all other necessary
            material and labor to provide a complete and workable system.
         F. Network services for the BAS shall be provided by applications compatible with
            LonWorks Network Services (LNS) network operating system. Proposed network
            service alternatives must demonstrate industry standardization by documenting an
            ability to support tools, applications, and products manufactured by no fewer than ten
            (10) distinct companies in the building control industry. Proposed alternatives will
            then be field tested with network management tools from at least five (5) distinct
            manufacturers.
         G. System Monitoring and Supervisory Control shall be provided through the installation
            of Human Machine Interface (HMI) software applications that support either a direct
            driver to the LNS database, a fast DDE interface, and/or a standard web browser
            based user interface.


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         H. The system shall operate as a low-voltage multiplexed data system, with supervisory
            operator console communication with the BAS over the device communications
            media, via standard telephone lines, or over TCP/IP channels. Failure of the BAS
            communication shall cause controllers to revert to independent control. The controls
            and instrumentation specified herein shall be fully integrated and installed as a
            complete package by the NI contractor.
         I. The Work under this Section shall include furnishing and installing wiring, conduit,
            connectors, terminal strips, and any other equipment required to interface each
            sensor or control point to the control system.
         J. All hardware components necessary for a complete system shall include: field
            devices of all types (i.e. sensors, actuators, relays, contactors), transformers, wiring,
            conduit, raceways, and piping unless otherwise noted.
         K. All application programming, databases, graphics and other activities related to
            computer software or firmware shall be included as required to implement the generic
            start-up logic and the graphics screens defined in this specification.
         L. A complete installation of all non-BAS and emergency controls listed in this
            specification shall be included
         M. Included are all necessary labor and supervision for the installation, calibration,
            adjustments, checkouts, commissioning of all components and devices provided, and
            substantial performance requirements.
         N. Complete documentation of the installed system, with commissioning reports and
            Operations and Maintenance manuals shall be provided

1.02     DESCRIPTION
         A. This section describes the scope of work for the Network Integrator (NI) on the
            project. This section also coordinates the responsibilities of the Mechanical (Div. 15)
            and Electrical trade (Div. 16) contractors pertaining to control products or systems,
            furnished by each trade, that will be integrated by the NI. The low voltage and
            communication raceway systems, wiring and termination responsibilities for control
            products and systems are also identified in this section.
         B. The entire Building Automation System (BAS) shall be comprised of a peer to peer
            network of interoperable, stand-alone intelligent LonWorks based digital controllers,
            graphical user interface tools, and installation/maintenance tools all communicating
            on a common open & interoperable communication network. A central LonWorks
            Network Services (LNS) based operating system and database residing on a server
            computer (locally or remotely as indicated on the construction drawings) will maintain
            a common database of network device configurations and provide a network
            management system that allows multiple client applications to access network data
            and perform network management functions. The network tools shall access the
            network and the network operating system either locally on the network media,
            remotely via TCP/IP, or via standard telephone communications (POTS). The
            network operating system running on a server computer shall provide additional
            capabilities to perform network maintenance task such as device adds, moves,
            changes, replacement, testing, application upgrades, and integration of 3rd party
            devices and network tools
         C. Work under this section includes: Example
                   PC-based dedicated file servers, fixed operator work stations and
                   portable operator workstations (Laptop computers), all software and
                   complete configuration.
                   Control system network including passive and active components.
                   Control and monitoring for all mechanical systems installed under this
                   Contract, including:
                   VAV boxes
                   Baggage claim area carbon monoxide control system
                   Communications Room cooling


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                   Electrical Room Cooling
                   Toilet exhaust fans
                   Relocated domestic hot water circulation system
                   New controls for the remaining existing system in the basement
                   mechanical room
                   Providing sequences of operation described in Section 15940.
                   Installation of control instrumentation and hardware specified in Section
                   15910 necessary for a complete system of controls.
                   Installation of VFDs specified in Section 15915
                   Testing and Acceptance procedures described in Section 15945.
         D. It is the responsibility of the contractor prior to the bid to review the pre-existing
            condition of the equipment, wiring and controls. Identify conditions that will need to be
            corrected for proper operation of the system and include these changes in the bid.
         E. The Work also includes the provision of new Web Server devices and an Internet
            Information Server to provide browser-based access to monitor system information
            and change system setpoints from anywhere in the controls network, anywhere on
            the facility LAN/WAN, or from the Internet. The system shall be configured such that
            a failure of the Supervisory System shall not impair access to the BAS via a web
            browser. A failure of the web browser system shall not impair the Supervisory
            System.
         F. All network cabling, routers, Ethernet switches and other devices required for the
            system are included in this Work, except as specifically noted or shown on the
            drawings. The Owner will make connectivity to the Internet available and will provide
            for limited connections to the Owner‟s LAN/WAN. This Contractor shall coordinate
            with the Owner to allow the Owner adequate time to have the Owner‟s network
            services available.
         G. All programming information, graphics, bindings, databases, HTML and other
            information required to restore the entire system in the event of equipment failure or
            malfunction or human error shall be protected with a centralized back-up system.
         H. PC functionality is intended to provide programming, program storage and retrieval,
            database functions, operator interface with the BAS and monitoring and control of
            other subsystems noted elsewhere. Operator interface with the system includes
            monitoring of system parameters, set-point adjustment, alarm reporting and
            acknowledgement and analysis of historical information.
         I. Systems shall be designed to maximize multiple-vendor flexibility to replace or modify
            any portion of the system.
         J. Open and standardized protocols shall be used for all communications: LonTalk and
            TCP/IP.
         K. No BAS system components requiring the use of Gateways will be accepted.
         L. To provide future flexibility, router channels shall not exceed nominally 75% of the
            maximum number of devices on the channel, unless specified otherwise.
         M. All software upgrades for all PC and control network operating systems, the
            supervisory system, web browser, programming/binding tools, etc., without limitation
            shall be provided at no additional charge for a period of one year after Substantial
            Completion of the BAS.
         N. Include all software used in installation, development of graphics, and network
            management tasks.
         O. All work described in this section shall be installed, wired, circuit tested and calibrated
            by its local factory certified manufacturers representative. The installing office shall
            have a minimum of ten years of installation experience and shall provide
            documentation in submittal package verifying experience on designated component
            types referenced in this specification. Supervision, calibration and checkout of the
            system shall be by the employees of the local exclusive factory authorized
            manufactures representative.




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         P. Comply with applicable codes and ordinances. If any conflict arises between these
            Specification and Drawings or codes and ordinances, immediately notify the Architect.
            Do not deviate from the Drawings and Specifications nor install any work, which may
            be in conflict with codes and ordinances until the conflict is resolved and the solution
            accepted by the Architect.
         Q. The Drawings show the general arrangement of the respective systems. Follow
            these drawings, as closely as actual building construction and the work of other
            trades will permit. Provide devices, fittings, and accessories, which may be required
            but not shown on the Drawings or specified herein. Investigate conditions affecting
            the work and arrange the work accordingly. Provide modifications and accessories
            as may be required to meet such conditions.


1.03     NETWORK ARCHITECTURE
         A. The intent of this specification is to provide a peer-to-peer networked, stand-alone,
            distributed control system. The BAS requires the incorporation of LonWorks
            Technologies using Free Topology Transceivers (FTT-10), and specific conformance
            to the LONMARK Interoperability Association‟s v3.0 Physical and logical Layer HMI
            guidelines in all unitary, terminal unit and other devices.
         B. LonTalk communications protocol will be used on the communication network
            between BAS controllers and other LonWorks devices to assure interoperability
            between all devices within the network.
         C. The BAS shall support the direct integration of standard and non-standard
            communicating systems. The BAS shall be capable of delivering connectivity at the
            LON, Ethernet, and HMI levels through standard offerings. The BAS shall offer as a
            standard available solution the capability to integrate 300 existing control systems.
         D. The BAS shall provide a standard development kit for the generation of additional
            interfaces.
         E. The BAS shall be extensible through the use of standard intelligent LonWorks
            routers, available from a minimum of (3) manufacturers, with the following
            connectivity options. NI contractor shall provide documentation in submittal package
            verifying router availability options.
         F. ETHERNET - The Network Interface shall employ Carrier Sense Multiple
            Access/Collision Detect (CSMA/CD) contention type protocol, which adheres to the
            industry standard format IEEE 802.3. The Network Interface shall be fully Internet
            Protocol (IP) compliant allowing connection to currently installed IEEE 802.3
            compliant Ethernet Networks. The Network Interface shall directly support
            connectivity to a variety of cabling types. As a minimum provide the following
            connectivity: 10Base2 (ThinNet RG-58 A/U Coaxial cabling with BNC connectors),
            10BaseT (Twisted-Pair RJ-45 terminated UTP cabling).
         G. LonWorks - The BAS shall employ LonTalk communications utilizing the LonWorks
            Neuron chip or equal microprocessor, which conforms to the International Standards
            Organization‟s (ISO) seven layer Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) network protocol
            model. The content of the messages shall be standard network variable types (SNVT)
            from currently released LonMark master SNVT list for all control point data and
            explicit messaging for non LonMark standard functions. The Neuron chip and a
            transformer-isolated transceiver shall provide for either FTT-10A or 1.25 MBPS
            communications over approved Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling.
         H. The BAS shall have the capability of bi-directional remote communication via modem
            over standard telephone lines. System shall be capable of connection via the HMI,
            GP, and VT-100 terminal emulation. System shall be capable of solicited and
            unsolicited communications from the Local Operating Network (LON) for remote
            alarm annunciation and trend reporting to printers, pagers, facsimile, and e-mail.
         I. Power wiring run in conduit with signal wiring and/or communications trunk shall not
            exceed 30 VAC rms. voltage. All power wiring exceeding 30 VAC rms. shall be run in
            separate conduit from signal wiring and/or communication trunk.


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         J.   The intent of this specification is to provide a true peer-to-peer networked, stand-
              alone, distributed control system with the capability to integrate EIA 709.1 LonTalk
              protocol technology in one open, interoperable system. Access to all network data
              points shall be possible from any location on the network.
         K.   When necessary, LonTalk packets may be encapsulated into TCP/IP packets to take
              advantage of existing infrastructure or to increase network bandwidth. Any such
              encapsulation into IP datagrams shall conform to existing LonMark HMI guidelines for
              such encapsulation.
         L.   The intent of this specification is to seamlessly connect devices throughout the facility
              regardless of subsystem type, i.e. HVAC, security, lighting, etc. Gateways shall not be
              used unless specifically authorized by the project engineer.
         M.   Location and quantities of server, operator workstations, graphical user interfaces,
              and network tools shall be as specified on single line control drawings supplied with
              this specification.
         N.   The control devices used in constructing this project shall be LonMark certified unless
              otherwise specifically authorized by the project engineer.
         O.   The network operating system shall be LonWorks Network Services (LNS). Proposed
              alternatives must demonstrate the ability to provide a client/server architecture and
              support multiple 3rd party configuration tools as well as perform network operation
              tasks as described in section 3.
         P.   System monitoring and supervision shall be performed through installation of
              graphical user interface software utilizing direct LNS drivers or a DDE driver
              application. Web browser based interfaces may also be utilized for monitoring and
              control of network variables as specified in section 2.04


              ***THE BAS ARCHITECTURES DEPICTED IN THE FIGURES IN THIS SECTION
              ARE FOR EXAMPLE ONLY AND REPRESENT A BAS USED FOR CONTROL OF
              MULTIPLE SYSTEMS WITHIN A BUILDING. SELECT EITHER FIGURES OR AS
              APPROPRIATE FOR DESIGN. EDIT DIAGRAMS AS REQUIRED TO REFLECT
              THE PROJECT SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS.




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                                                              Workstation           1.25M LonTalk or                         Workstation
                                                                                   a suitable Ethernet
                                                                                         Network




 LonTalk router                         LonTalk router
                                                         1.25M LonTalk                                                Life Safety or
                                                           Backbone                                            Legacy Gateway as required

                  1.25M LonTalk
                    Backbone
                                                                                                               Gateway to legacy system:
                                                     RTR                                                       Object or message mapping
                                                                  ASC              D          CAC              must be documented.
                                                                                                               Performance parameters of
                                                                                                               gateway must also be identified.
                                                     RTR
                                                                     D             D          ASC
                                  CAC
                                                                       78K Free
                                                                     Topology wiring
              RTR
                            D                       ASC            ASC
                                         AGC                78K Bus or 1.25M                             ASC      Application Specific Controller
                                                               bus wiring
              RTR                                                                                        AGC      Application Generic Controller
                            D     ASC   AGC         ASC            AGC         D
                                                                                                         CAC      Custom Application Controller
              RTR
                                                                                                           D      Intelligent Device
                           D        D      ASC




                   Figure No. 1: Open System Architecture - all LonTalk communication

                   *** Implementation notes:

                   In this approach, a 1.25M LonTalk backbone is used to connect 78k control
                   channels to each other. Each channel may represent a room, a floor, or a wing
                   depending on the number of devices and distances involved. This approach is
                   used when the control system is to remain independent of the standard data
                   network. Note that the workstations might also contain ethernet cards and
                   interface to a common IP data network.




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                                                              LNS          Workstation                                                Workstation



                                                                                  IP Data & Control Backbone




                                                                                                                                                        Data IP router
             IP/LonTalk router                                                                                     Legacy Gateway
                                                   IP/LonTalk router78K Free
                                                                  Topology wiring                                                                       Data network
                 D
                                                      D                                                 Gateway to legacy system:
                                                                                                        Object or message mapping
                                                                                                        must be documented.
                           ASC                                                                          Performance parameters of
           AGC                                                                                          gateway must also be identified.
                                                          ASC
                                                                                                        Owner must be trained in
                                   78K Free                                                             mapping and tool to modify
                                 Topology wiring                                                        mapping must be left with
             ASC
                                                    AGC                                                 owner.

                                 D
                                                                       D                                ASC           Application Specific Controller
                                 D
                                                                                                        AGC           Application Generic Controller
                         ASC                                                                                   D
                                                                                                                      Intelligent Device




                 Figure No. 2: Open System Architecture - LonTalk using IP



         *** Implementation notes:
         In this approach, a 1.25M LonTalk backbone is used to connect 78k Free
         topology control channels to each other. An IP network then connects the 1.25M
         LonTalk channels. Each 1.25M channel may represent a room, a floor, or a wing
         depending on the number of devices and distances involved. This approach is
         used to take advantage of IP infrastructure. In this approach, a limited number
         of LonTalk to IP routers connected to the IP backbone in the building. Note
         that it is still possible to install independent network interface cards (NIC) into
         each workstation and provide the wiring for a separate ip data network.




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1.04     GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
         A. FEES, PERMITS, LICENSES, JOB CONDITIONS, SPARE PARTS, COMPLIANCE
            REVIEW, UNACCEPTABLE BIDS
         B. Pay applicable building permit fees, structural engineering fees, taxes, and license
            fees.
         C. Pay licensing fees required in connection with the use of patented devices and
            installation software.
         D. SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT - The Owner shall sign a copy of the
            manufacturer‟s standard software and firmware licensing agreement as a condition of
            this contract. Such license shall grant use of all programs and application software to
            Owner as defined by the manufacturer‟s license agreement, but shall protect
            manufacturer‟s rights to disclosure of trade secrets contained within such software.
         E. JOB CONDITIONS: Cooperate with Other Trades: Coordinate the Work of this
            section with that of other sections to insure that the Work will be carried out in an
            orderly fashion. It shall be this Contractor‟s responsibility to check the Contract
            Documents for possible conflicts between his Work and that of other crafts in
            equipment location, pipe, duct and conduit runs, electrical outlets and fixtures, air
            diffusers,
         F. SPARE PARTS: Spare Parts: Provide the following products used on this project as
            spare parts. Deliver the spare parts to the Owner‟s representative prior to final
            completion.

             Base Bid (Example)
                                                                                          Quantity
                    Item                                                                  Number

             1.     Occupancy Sensor                                                          4
             2.     Room Temperature Sensor with setpoint adjustment                          4
             3.     Digital Output control device                                             2
             4.     Analog Output Damper Operator device                                      2
             5.     Intelligent Valve Operators                                               2
             6.     VAV Control Unit                                                          2

                    The spare parts shall be used by the contractor during the warranty period
                    for replacement of failed parts. The contractor shall replace all spare parts
                    used prior to completion of the warranty period.
         G. UNACCEPTABLE BIDS - Bids by contractors, franchised dealers, or any other firm
            whose principal business is not that of manufacturing or installing automatic
            temperature control systems shall not be acceptable. Bid documents that are not
            complete in their response to these documents or take exception to any of the
            capabilities defined within these documents will be rejected.
         H. SPECIFICATION COMPLIANCE REVIEW - The NI contractor shall supply, at the
            time of bid opening, a paragraph by paragraph specification compliance report. The
            report shall indicate for each numbered paragraph, how the contractor meets the
            criteria of the paragraph. The following format must be utilized in completing the
            compliance report:
                  Comply - without exception.
                  Qualify - meet the functional intent. For each paragraph, the contractor
                  shall identify all differences in specific functions stated in the given
                  paragraph and provide a description of what is excluded or how the
                  qualifying system will meet the function specified.



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                  Does not comply - cannot meet specified function.

1.05     REFERENCE STANDARDS, CODES, AGENCY APPROVALS
         A. Approvals
            1. Provide materials and equipment, including required tests, inspections, per
               applicable provisions of federal, state and local government laws and ordinances
               and referenced codes/Governing laws, ordinances.
            2. All products of the BAS shall be provided with the following agency approvals.
               With the submittal documents, verify that the approvals exist for all submitted
               products, shall be provided. Systems or products not currently offering the
               following approvals are not acceptable.
                  ANSI        American National Standards Institute.
                  ASME        American Society of Mechanical Engineers
                  ASTM        American Society for Testing and Materials
                  ARI         American Refrigeration Institute
                  IEEE        Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
                  ISA         Instrument Society of America
                  JIC         Joint Industrial Council
                  LonMark™ LonWorks Interoperability Standards Association
                  NEMA        National Electrical Manufacturer‟s Association
                  OSHA        Occupational Safety and Health Act
                  UL          Underwriter‟s Laboratories, Inc.
                  NFPA        National Fire Protection Association
                  FCC         Federal Communications Commission, Parts 15 and 16
                  UL 916      Energy Management Systems
                  ULC          UL Canadian Standards Association
                  FCC, Part 15, Subpart J, Class A Computing Devices

            3. All products shall be labeled with the appropriate approval markings. System
               installation shall comply with NFPA, NEMA, Local and National codes.
            4. The BAS manufacturer shall provide documentation supporting compliance with
               ISO-9001 certification mark from applicable registrar.
         B. CODES
            1. Comply with all current codes, ordinances, regulations, and the Owner‟s
               insurance underwriters. Specific attention should be paid to the fire and life
               safety requirements of the (City/Village) of _______________ (Fill in with name of
               Municipality) Building Code. In all cases of conflict between the work of this
               Division and the (City/Village) of _______________ (Fill in with name of
               Municipality) Building Code, or omission of items required for code compliance
               shall be brought to the attention of the Architect at the time of bid proposal
               submission. Any items of conflict or omission shall be deemed to be resolved
               and included in the bid proposal price.
            2. The BAS work shall comply with all applicable requirements of the following
               codes. The latest edition is assumed unless stated otherwise or as amended by
               the Local Code Authorities.
                         NFPA.
                         BOCA, UBC, SBC Building Code.
                         City/Village of ___________ (Fill in) Basic Building Code.
                         ____________ (Fill in with name of State) Basic Building code.
                         National Electric Code, as modified by Local Code.
             3. Where codes or standards are listed herein, the applicable portions of the latest
                editions apply.



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              4. Drawings, specifications, codes and standards are minimum requirements.
                 Where requirements differ, apply the more stringent.
              5. Should any change in Drawings or Specifications be required to comply with
                 Governmental regulations, the Contractor shall notify the Architect prior to
                 execution of the Work and wait for direction from the Architect.

1.06      DEFINITIONS
          Algorithm: A logical procedure for solving a recurring problem.
          Analog: A continuously varying signal value (temperature, current, velocity, etc.).
          Binary: A two-state system where an “on” condition is represented by a high signal level
               and an “off” condition is represented by a low signal level.
          Bridge: A device that routes messages or isolates message traffic to a particular
               segment, sub-net or domain of the same physical communication media.
          Building Automation System (BAS). The complete facility control system comprised of
               mechanical system automation, security control, lighting control, automatic
               temperature control, etc., as defined in the contract documents.
          Channel: A physical media serving a number of nodes.
          Control Unit (CU): Control product that incorporates solid state components based upon
               the Neuron chip to perform multiple control loops or functions. Control Unit shall
               conform to the LonMark™ functional profiles and interoperability standards.
          Control Wiring: Includes conduit, wire and wiring devices to install complete control
               systems including motor control circuits, interlocks, thermostats, EP and IP switches
               and like devices. Includes all wiring from Intelligent Devices and Controllers to all
               sensors and points defined in the input/output summary shown on the drawings or
               specified herein and required to execute the sequence of operation.
          Deadband: A temperature range over which no heating or cooling energy is supplied,
               such as 72-78 ° F, i.e. as opposed to single point changeover or overlap.
          Distributed Control: A system whereby control processing is decentralized and
               independent of a central computer.
          Diagnostic Program: Machine-executable instructions used to detect and isolate system
               and component malfunctions.
          Gateway: A device that contains an I/O software driver to translate data from a particular
               format to that conforming to LonTalk™ standard. LonTalk™ protocol is inserted on
               outbound LonWorks® message and striped on all incoming messages.
          Intelligent Devices (ID‟s): Control products that incorporate solid state components based
               around the Neuron chip to perform a single dedicated control loop or function (ex:
               actuators, sensors, switches). Devise functional profiles are based on upon
               LonMark™ Interoperability Association Standards.
          LonWorks®: The generic technology that incorporates LonMark™ compliant products
               that communicate using LonTalk™ Communication protocol. The technology
               employees routers, gateways, bridges multimedia transceivers permitting topology
               and media independent control solutions.
          Human-Machine Interface (HMI): A graphical, object oriented method by which an
               operator is capable of communicating with the BAS. Human-machine interfacing
               allows the operator to manage, command, monitor, and program the system. Also
               known as HMI (graphical user interface) or MMI (man machine interface)
          Network: A system of distributed control units that are linked together on a
               communication bus. A network allows sharing of point information between all control
               units. Additionally, a network provides central monitoring and control of the entire
               system from any distributed control unit location.
          Operator Interface Terminal: An HMI device (PC, laptop or dumb display terminal) which
               incorporates the LonWorks® Network Services Interface (NSI), Application Program
               Interface (API) for remote network client services.
          Operating System (OS): Software which controls the execution of computer programs
               and which provides scheduling, debugging, input/output controls, accounting,
               compilation, storage assignment, data management, and related services.


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          Peripheral: Input/Output equipment used to communicate to and from the computer and
              make hard copies of system outputs and magnetic files. Peripherals include CRT,
              printer, hard drives, disk drives, modems, etc.,
          Router: A device which routes or forwards messages destined for a node on another
              subnet or domain of the control network. The device controls message traffic based
              on node address and priority. Routers shall also serve as communication interfaces
              between powerline, twisted pair and RF medias.
          Supervising Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Node: A MMI incorporating a
              graphical object oriented user interface software application provides supervisory
              control and data acquisition from a high level processing personnel computer.
          Supervisory Control Unit (SCU): A controller that incorporates LonWorks® network
              services host API to perform localized network management and network access
              services over a group of channel(s). Supervises groups of intelligent devices and
              Control Units to perform a global sequence of operation (ex: fire and life safety
              control). Can be configured to serve as a SCADA client on the BAS, Tier 1, Local
              Area Network.

ABBREVIATIONS
   ANSI                  American National Standards Institute
   Approx.               Approximately
   ASHRAE                American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning
                         Engineers
    ASPE                 American Society of Plumbing Engineers
    ASME                 American Society of Mechanical Engineers
    ASTM                 American Society for Testing and Materials
    ATC                  Automatic Temperature Control System
    BAS                  Building Automation System
    BCS                  Building Control System
    CCC                  Central Communications Controller
    CCU                  Central Control Unit
    Contr.               Contractor
    COS                  Change of State
    CPU                  Central Processing Unit
    CRT                  Cathode Ray Tube
    Deg. or °            Degree Fahrenheit
    Dia. or diam.        Diameter
    DMA                  Direct Memory Access
    Dpr.                 Damper
    Dwgs.                Drawings
    EP                   Electric-pneumatic
    FPB                  Fan powered VAV box
    FPM                  Feet per minute.
    FACP                 Fire Alarm Control Panel
    FCC                  Fire Command Center
    FCIP                 Firefighters‟ Control and Indicating Panel
     BAS                 Facility Management Control System
    FMS                  Fire Management System
    Ft.                  Feet
    Galv.                Galvanized
    GPM                  Gallons per minute
    HMI                  Graphical User Interface
    HMI                  Human Machine Interface
    HVAC                 Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning
    I/O                  Input/Output
    LNS                  LonWorks® Network Services Architecture
    NSS                  Network Services Server



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    NSI                    Network Services Interface
    Mfr.                   Manufacture
    Mfgr.                  Manufacturer
    Max.                   Maximum
    Min.                   Minimum, Minute
    MMI                    Man Machine Interface
    MSCP                   Mass Storage Control Protocol
    NEC                    National Electrical Code
    NIC                    Not in Contract
    NFPA                   National Fire Protection Association
    O.C.                   On Center
    O.D.                   Outside Diameter
    OS                     Operating System
    PE                     Pneumatic-electric
    Per                    According to, in accordance with
    PRV                    Pressure Reducing Valve
    Provide                Furnish and install
    PSI (g)                Pounds per square inch (gauge)
    RAM                    Random Access Memory
    SCADA                  Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System
    SI                     Systems Integrator
    UBC                    Uniform Building code
    UL                     Underwriters‟ Laboratory
    UMC                    Uniform Mechanical Code
    VAV                    Variable Air Volume
    VCS                    Voice Communication System
    WC                     Water Column
    XIF                    LonMark™ Product Information File




1.07      SUBMITTALS
          A.    PRODUCT SUBMITTAL LISTS
               1. Within thirty (30) days after date of execution of General Contractor/Sub-
                  Contractor agreement, submit for acceptance a list of all material and equipment
                  manufacturers whose products are proposed, as well as names of all
                  subcontractors whom the NI proposes to employ.
               2. Submittal shall include a single line schematic diagram, top level subsystem,
                  depicting the network architecture. The top level subsystem shall illustrate the
                  network media, channel transceiver types, subsystems, network interfaces,
                  human machine interfaces (HMI), routers, repeaters, and terminators if utilized.
               3. Network Control Devices. Provide in schedule form on 8½ x 11 sheets a
                  complete listing of network control devices (or proposed control devices) and
                  submit the documentation detailed below. ANY control device that is furnished
                  without XIF files, LonMark functional profiles, or LNS based configuration plug-ins
                  shall be submitted under separate cover with indication of non-compliance to
                  specification and shall not be installed prior to approval from the architect or the
                  owners representative.

                    a.   External Interface Files (XIF) (floppy or Zip disk format)
                    b.   Product literature and datasheets
                    c.   LonMark standard functional profile specification
                    d.   LonMark compliance level
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               f. LNS compatible resource files that document user defined network variable types
                  and user defined configuration property types
               g. Logical control diagram indicating the Network Variables in and out of control unit
                  with message bindings visually indicated.
               h. Descriptive sequence of operation.
               i. Wiring interconnection diagrams for power, communication and external I/O.
               j. Input/Output capacity, signal type, accuracy
               k. Power supply requirement
               l. Transceiver type
               m. Number of Address table entries
               n. Support for network variable alias’
               o. Agency approval certifications

          4. Network Infrastructure Components. Provide in schedule form on 8½ x 11 sheets
             a complete listing of network infrastructure components. The schedule shall
             indicate manufacturer, model number, performance data, size, range, accuracy,
             span, control signal type, operating parameters, etc. including but not limited to
             the following. Attach product literature, manufacturer data sheets, and applicable
             configuration parameter tool requirements
               a. Network media
               b. Terminators
               c. Network Routers
               d. Gateways, Bridges
               e. TCP/IP devices
               f. Physical Layer Repeaters
               g. Network tool interfaces
               h. Device power supplies
               i. Ethernet LAN Hubs, Switches, and Routers.
               j. Operator Interface Workstation with all Accessories.
               k. Printers.
               l. Infrastructure power supplies

          5. Network Tools. Provide in schedule form on 8½ x 11 sheets a complete listing of
             network tools. The schedule shall indicate manufacturer, model number,
             performance data, operating system, etc. including but not limited to the following.
             Attach product literature, manufacturer data sheets, and applicable configuration
             parameter tool requirements
              a. LNS Network Design software
              b. LNS Network Commissioning software
              c. Network Programming software
              d. Human Machine Interface HMI monitoring & control software
              e. Associated LNS based DDE or OPC driver software
              f. LNS Network management software
              g. Web based user interface software
              h. Scheduling software
              i. Alarming software
              j. Trending software
              k. Energy management demand limiting software
              l. Network diagnostic tools and protocol analyzers

          6. Submittal shall also include a complete point list of all physical, logical, and data
             points associated with and connected to the DDC system. Provide in schedule
             form on 8½ x 11 sheets a complete listing of all physical input/output points,
             logical points, and data points included within the network design. The schedule
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                    equipment/control unit source. The schedule shall indicate, where applicable,
                    manufacturer, model no., performance data, size, range, accuracy, span, control
                    signal type, operating parameters, scheduling parameters, alarming parameters,
                    trending parameters, point type, etc. including but not limited to the following
                    equipment. Attach product literature and manufacturer data sheets for physical
                    equipment provided as part of the network control system.
                      a.       Automatic Valves.
                      b.       Automatic Dampers.
                      c.       Temperature Sensors.
                      d.       Humidity Sensors.
                      e.       Air Quality Sensors.
                      f.       Smoke Detectors.
                      g.       Carbon Monoxide Detectors.
                      h.       Heat Detectors.
                      i.       Pressure Transducers and Transmitters.
                      j.       Digital Input/Output to Pneumatic Transducers.
                      k.       Analog Output to Pneumatic Transducers
                      l.       HVACR controlled equipment
                      m.       Variable speed motor drives
                      n.       Lighting controls
                      o.       Occupancy sensors
                      p.       Security/access controlled equipment
                      q.       Irrigation systems
                      r.       Process control equipment
                      s.       Elevator control equipment
                      t.       Life safety systems
                      u.       Setpoint controls
                      v.       Alarm outputs
              7.    Software documentation regarding the proposed PC operating system, third party
                    utilities and application programs,
              8.    List of specific personnel who will be involved in the system installation and
                    commissioning.
              9.    Instrumentation and methods to be used for device testing and calibrating during
                    point-to-point and basic function testing.
              10.   Protocol Analyzer performance tool documentation and procedures to be used in
                    verifying channel bandwidth consumption and device statistics.
              11.   Valve, damper actuator, pressure tap and temperature well schedules.
              12.   Submit performance calculations for all channels to indicate bandwidth utilization

1.08      SHOP DRAWINGS
          A. Shop drawings shall contain complete wiring and schematic diagrams, software
             descriptions, calculations, and any other details required to demonstrate that the
             system has been coordinated and will properly function as a system. Terminal
             identification for all control wiring shall be shown on the shop drawings. A complete
             written Sequence of Operation as well as a hard copy graphical depiction of the
             application control programs shall also be included with the submittal package.
          B. Provide schematic diagrams for the following systems.
             1. Local Area Network and LonWorks Architecture diagram indicating supervisory
                  controllers, Operator Interface Workstation(s) and database server(s) including all
                  devices and controllers installed by other trade contractors. This should be
                  accompanied by explicit information regarding configuration of Routers, Bridges
                  and Repeaters.
             2. Interface requirements with other systems including but not limited to: security
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                 systems. Diagrams detailing the variables mapped between protocols shall be
                 submitted for all gateways.

             3. Provide AutoCAD or Visio generated floor plans indicating exact installed location
                of the following equipment and/or devices. Include Neuron ID bar codes labels for
                each LonWorks device depicted on the drawings (May be included on As-Built
                Drawings).

                 (a)   Network media
                 (b)   Operator workstations
                 (c)   Application Generic controllers.
                 (d)   Application Specific controllers.
                 (e)   Programmable Controllers.
                 (f)   Sensors located in Finished Areas.
                 (g)   I/O installed in mechanical systems (ductwork, pipes, AHU‟s, etcetera).
                 (h)   Routers, Gateways and Bridges.
                 (i)   Units installed by Division M and E trade contractors.
                 (j)   Other BAS related components, sensors and actuators.

             4. HVAC system flow diagram with sensing, control and interlock devices.
             5. Internal control panel layouts, control panel cover layouts, pneumatic connections
                 inside control panels.
             6. Internal control panel layouts, control panel cover layouts, electrical connections
                 inside control panels.
             7. Ladder-type wiring diagrams showing interlock, monitoring and control wiring to
                 and from equipment provided by Division 15 and Division 16, including control
                 systems equipment.
             8. Communications wiring schematic drawings indicating interconnections between
                 all network devices, peripheral input/output devices, and power supplies.
             9. Flow-chart control sequences.
             10. Provide installation details and specific instructions for three-way valves, mixed
                 air damper actuators, flow sensors, temperature wells and pressure taps.
             11. Air Compressor sizing calculations.
             12. Specific locations for AC main power required for control panels
             13. Upon completion of the work, provide a complete set of „as-built‟ drawings and
                 application software on magnetic floppy disk media or compact disk. Drawings
                 shall be provided as Visio™ compatible files. Eight copies of the „as-built‟
                 drawings shall be provided in addition to the documents on magnetic floppy disk
                 media or compact disk.
             14. Electrical low voltage power wiring schematic indicating voltage drop calculations,
                 wire size, node power consumption, maximum full load circuit amperage.
             15. Submit functional control diagrams for each mechanical and electrical system
                 served by the BAS. Indicate and Tag each input/output served by each network
                 control device.
             16. Electrical low voltage power wiring schematic indicating voltage drop calculations,
                 wire size, node power consumption, maximum full load circuit amperage.
             17. Submit functional temperature control diagrams for each mechanical system
                 served by the BAS. Indicate and Tag each input/output served by each Control
                 Unit or Intelligent Device.

          C. LOCAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT SUBMITTALS
             1. After review and acceptance by the Architect, submit shop drawing and diagrams
                to the *** insert governing body here as required.
             2. Submit details defining the proposed method of integration with the fire
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              3. Plan check fees, structural engineering costs, and permit fees for the BAS
                 system are the responsibility of the network integration vendor.

1.09      PRODUCT SAMPLES
          A. Within 10 days following contract award, submit the following product samples for the
             review and approval by the project engineer. For LonMark products, include XIF files,
             plug-in configuration tools, and an exact sample for each proposed product.
                 (a) Space temperature Sensor
                 (b) Duct temperature sensor
                 (c) Hydronic temperature sensor
                 (d) Duct static pressure sensor
                 (e) Lux Level sensors
                 (f) Occupancy Sensor
                 (g) Lighting controller
                 (h) VAV controller
                 (i) HVAC unitary controller
                 (j) Application generic controller
                 (k) Programmable controller
                 (l) CO or CO2 Sensor & controller.
                 (m) Sunblind controller
                 (n) Humidity Sensor.
                 (o) Damper actuator.
                 (p) Door access controller
                 (q) Card reader device
                 (r) Graphical User interface demonstration software

1.10      OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS
          A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
             1. Provide maintenance manuals in accordance with the Contract Documents and
                as modified herein.
             2. Provide five (5) copies of each manual.
             3. Manuals shall be standard size for country of operation and provided in hard back
                3-ring loose-leaf binders. Plans, schematics and riser diagrams shall be printed
                on sheets large enough to be legible and folded to fit in binders.
             4. Submit one (1) copy of each manual to Architect. After review, assemble other
                copies.
             5. Manuals shall be completed and in Owner‟s possession prior to Owner‟s
                acceptance and at least 10 days prior to instruction of operating personnel.
             6. A CD ROM record copy of all submittal data.
          B. CONTENTS
             1. Provide a Table of Contents.
             2. Include the following information in the Operations & Maintenance Manual in an
                Introduction section following the Table of Contents:
                (a) Project Description
                (b) Single line control diagram (top level subsystem drawing)
                (c) Alphabetical list of all system components, with the name, address, and 24-
                     hour phone number of the company responsible for servicing each item
                     during the first year of operation.
                (d) Contractor‟s name, address and telephone number.
                (e) Name, signature and title of Contractor‟s representative responsible for
                     preparation of technical manual.
                (f) Date of issuance of manual and revision number.
                (g) Contractor‟s job control number.

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              (a) BAS point list as provided with submittals including all physical, logical, and
                  virtual data points.
              (b) Valve tag list. (Coordinate with Mechanical Contractor. Use similar format or
                  add onto the procedure initiated by the Mechanical Contractor).
              (c) Device inventory Report including
                  i. Location ID, Mfr., model, vendor, cost, VA, accessories
                  ii. Infrastructure inventory - mfr., model, vendor, cost, accessories
                  iii. Channel media
                  iv. Routers/terminators
                  v. Network interface
                  vi. Power supplies
              (d) Controlled equipment inventory listing all mechanical and electrical equipment
                  affected by the BAS control system
              (e) Preventive maintenance instructions and intervals as recommended by each
                  manufacturer for each piece of equipment
              (f) Table of multi-conductor cable tag number and corresponding system and
                  building, floor or area served. Include location of network access points for
                  network management & diagnostic tools.
              (g) Charts showing normal operating conditions, setpoints, and high and low
                  limit alarm values.
              (h) Corrective diagnostic trouble shooting procedures.
              (i) Parts list with manufacturer‟s catalog numbers and manufacturer‟s order
                  information.
              (j) Installation instructions for each piece of equipment installed under this
                  division.
              (k) List of ordinary and special tools, operating materials and supplies and test
                  equipment recommended for operation and servicing.
              (l) Network traffic report summary including estimated peak and sustained
                  bandwidth for each network channel. Report shall also include measured
                  sustained bandwidth per channel as performed by a protocol analyzer
                  application.
              (m) Subsystem drawings including sequence of operations for each subsystem
              (n) Device statistics report that includes complete report of device state, mode,
                  and neuron error log statistics.
              (o) Scheduling report including time based (drum timer) and time/condition
                  based (state machines) event documentation
              (p) Manufacturer submittals & warranties including vendor contact information
              (q) Network management computer, LNS server computer, Operator workstation
                  computer, and web based user interface PC hardware documentation & user
                  guides
              (r) Manufacturer‟s software documentation including network management tool
                  user guide, Plug-in user guides, HMI user guide, HMI DDE or OPC server
                  guide, web server user guide, and schedule creation applications.
              (s) Backup Data files including network design drawings, network database,
                  schedule database
              (t) Software license documentation for all software products supplied with the
                  BAS designating ownership to the project owner.
              (u) Electronic versions of Visio Technical (most current release) drawing files for
                  all drawing submittals.
              (v) Provide Software User Manuals on CD ROM for the following software:
              (w) Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000.
              (x) LNS Network Management Application (LonMaker for Windows or other).
              (y) HMI Operator Software, including database, I/O servers, etc.




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1.11      WARRANTY
          A. The network control system shall be free from defects in workmanship and material
             under normal use and service. If within 12 months from the date of substantial
             completion the installed equipment is found to be defective in operation, workmanship
             or materials - the NI will replace, repair or adjust the defect at no cost to the Owner,
             provided that the defect is reported within seven (7) days of failure occurrence.
             Service shall be provided within 24 hours upon notice from the Owner.
          B. The warranty shall extend to material that is furnished and installed by the NI
             Contractor. Materials furnished by, but not installed by, the NI Contractor shall be
             covered to the extent of the product only. Installation labor shall be the responsibility
             of the trade contractor performing the installation. NI Contractor shall assume cost to
             trouble shoot and diagnose network communication problems resulting from
             LonMark™ products provided by other trades. Replacement cost of defective
             products provided by other trades shall be the responsibility of the installing trade.
          C. Corrective software and hardware modifications made during warranty service
             periods shall be updated on all user documentation and on user and manufacturer
             archived software disks.

1.12      INSTRUCTION OF OPERATING PERSONNEL
          A. Provide instruction to operating personnel in accordance with the Contract
             Documents.
          B. The following general requirements are in addition to those in other Sections.
          C. Instruct Owner‟s operating personnel in proper starting sequences, operation, shut
             down, and maintenance procedures, including normal and emergency procedures.
          D. Instruction shall be by personnel skilled in operation of equipment. Instruction for
             major equipment shall be by equipment manufacture‟s representatives.
          E. Reference instructions contained in the Operating and Maintenance Manuals.
             Instructions cannot be substituted for manuals.
          F. Provide equipment and materials required for classroom training.
          G. Include in the submittal package a syllabus outlining the proposed training program.
             Subject to approval by owner or owner representative
          H. Indicate the location, length and proposed format for each phase of the training
             program. If outside training is proposed, indicate the proposed professional training
             organization.
          I. Submit resumes and/or company qualifications for all phases of the training program.

1.13      RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE
***coordination this section with other divisions to avoid work omissions and/or
duplications.
          A. General Trades Contract provides:
             1. Concrete work, including equipment housekeeping pads, inertia blocks, curbs,
                etcetera.
             2. Base and counter flashing for materials penetrating walls or roofs.
             ***Coordinate which Division provides control power wiring and control
             communication wiring here and in schedule of responsibilities.
          B. Electrical Division provides
             1. Motor controllers and starters other than those included with factory-pre-
                 assembled equipment as specified hereinafter such as air compressors,
             2. Power wiring for motors and motor controllers,Line Voltage Control wiring for the
                 following:
                 (a) Control and electrical wiring for condenser water treatment system.
                 (b) Final AC power connection from a local junction box.
                 (c) Control wiring for solenoid valves, water meters and remote conductivity
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                  (d)   Lighting control units and intelligent devices.
                  (e)   Security control units and intelligent devices.
                  (f)   Fire management system.
                  (g)   Power monitoring system control units and intelligent devices.

***ValVes and Dampers must be scheduled and sized for Mechanical Contractor to furnish
and install. Choose division m scope from following suggestions.
          C. Mechanical Division provides:
             1. All mechanical equipment specified on the mechanical drawings and listed in the
                mechanical equipment schedules including chillers, cooling towers, boilers,
                exhaust/makeup air fans, air handling units, condensing units, fan coils, package
                units, related piping, pumps, valves, actuators, compressors, gas meters,
                variable speed drives, and other mechanical equipment contained within the
                Division 15 specification. Included but not limited to the following
                (a) Air terminal units
                (b) Installation of automatic control valves and dampers
                (c) Packaged air conditioning equipment with Control Units.
                (d) Heat pumps.
                (e) Rooftop units.
                (f) Unitary air conditioners.
                (g) Fan coil units.
                (h) Air Handling Units.
                (i) Packaged Refrigeration and Heating equipment with Control Units.
                (j) Boilers, Hot Water Generators, etcetera.
                (k) Chillers.
                (l) Packaged Pumping Systems.
                (m) Variable Frequency Drives

              2. Taps and installation of wells in piping and ducts for control system sensors and
                 flow measurement devices.
              3. Installation of control system dampers, fire dampers, isolation dampers, and
                 motorized valves (unless otherwise noted)
              4. Unobstructed access to sensor and actuator locations.

***this section must be closely coordinated with electrical contract to ensure that the
electrical installation work is covered by either division e or ni.

          D. ELECTRICAL WORK PROVIDED BY THIS DIVISION
             1. Provide terminations for twisted pair communication media between all nodes,
                routers, gateways, and bridges.
             2. Provide raceway systems and wiring for inputs and outputs from control units to
                the I/O devices, including:

                  (a)   EMT conduit.
                  (b)   100% fill tubing.
                  (c)   Cable tray.
                  (d)   I/O wiring.
                  (e)   E/P transducers.
                  (f)   Pneumatic solenoids and relays.
                  (g)   Local control panels (for installation of transducers, solenoids and relays).

          E. SCHEDULE OF RESPONSIBILITIES
             1. The following schedule identifies the responsible Division for the installation of the
                building automation system. This schedule should be used as a general HMIde.
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                  all trade contractors. Therefore, deviations and clarifications of this schedule are
                  permitted provided the General Contractor assumes responsibility to coordinate
                  the trade contractors different than as indicated herein. If deviations or
                  clarifications to this schedule are implemented, submit a record copy to the
                  Architect.
***consultant/SPECIFIER MUST edit following schedule to indicate contractor
responsible for given SCOPE OF WORK.
                           Item                              Furnish    Install      Power        Control
                                                               By         By          By         Wiring By

1.    Equipment Motors                                         M          M            E            

2.    Magnetic Motor Starters:

      a.                    Automatically controlled,          E          E            E            NI
                            with or without HOA
                            switches.

      b.                    Manually controlled.               M          M            E             E

      c.                    Manually controlled, and           M          M            E             E
                            which are furnished as part of
                            factory wired equipment.

      d.                    Special duty type (part            M       See Note        E        See Note 1.
                            winding, multi-speed, etc.)                   1.

      e.                    Adjustable frequency drives        NI         NI           E            NI
                            with manual bypass.                                                 See Note 2.

      f.                    Domestic booster pump.             M          M            E            NI
                            Motor Controls

5.    General equipment disconnect switches, thermal           E          E            E            
      overload switches, manual operating switches.

6.    Sprinkler system water flow and tamper switches.         M          M            E            

7.    Outside fire alarm horn and light (at Siamese            M          M            E            
      connection).

8.    Line voltage contactors.                                 E          E            E            NI

9.    Control relay transformers (other than starters).        NI         NI           E            NI

10.   Main fuel oil tank alarms (high and low level) and       M          M            NI           NI
      remote indicating lights.

11.   Day tank fuel oil alarms (high and low level) and        E          E            E            NI
      remote indicating lights.

12.   Line voltage control items such as line voltage          M          E            E             E
      thermostats not connected to control panel systems.

13.   Loose controls and instruments furnished as part of      M          M            M            M
      the packaged mechanical equipment or required for
      operation such as valves, float controls, relays,
      sensors, etc.


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                            Item                          Furnish   Install   Power    Control
                                                            By        By       By     Wiring By

14.   Control and Instrumentation panels                    NI       NI        E         NI

15. Automatic control valves, automatic dampers and         NI        M        E         NI
      damper operators, solenoid valves, insertion
      temperature and pressure sensors.

17.   Duct type fire and smoke detectors, including         NI       NI        E         NI
      relays for fan shut down.

18.   Contactors for cooling tower basin heaters.           M         M        E         M

19.   Mechanical piping heat tracing (including relays,     M         M        E         M
      contactors, thermostats, etc.)

20.   Emergency power off (EPO) shut down                   M         M        M         M
      pushbutton(s) (break glass station) and controls.

21. Control interlock wiring or software bindings           NI       NI        E         NI
      between chillers, pumps and cooling towers, fans
      and air handling units and other miscellaneous
      mechanical equipment.

22.   Electric radiant heating panels unducted electric     E         E        E         E
      unit heaters and cabinet heaters, and electric
      baseboard radiation.

23.   Airflow control devices with transmitter.             NI        M        E         NI

24.   Air terminal devices (i.e., VAV and fan powered       M         M        E         NI
      boxes).

25. Intelligent Devices and Control Units provided          M         M        E         NI
      with packaged mechanical equipment such as:
      Valve and damper operators.

      Heat pumps, AC units.

      Fan Coil Units.

      Air Terminal Units.

      Boilers, chillers.

26. Intelligent Devices and Control Units provided          E         E        E         NI
      with electrical systems such as:
      Occupancy/motion sensors.
      Lighting Control Panels.
      Switches and Dimmers.
      Switch Multiplexing Control Units.
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                                 Item                                       Furnish           Install         Power            Control
                                                                              By                By             By             Wiring By

27.    Gateways for protocol conversion with a non-                            NI               NI               NI               NI
       LONWORKS based system

28. Routers, Bridges and Repeaters.                                            NI               NI              NI                NI
 Abbreviations
 Furnish.                               Furnished by
 Install.                               Installed by
 Power                                  Power Wiring Connection, Low and Medium Voltage
 NI                                     Network Integrator
 M                                      Mechanical Contractor
 E                                      Electrical Contractor
Notes to Schedule of Responsibilities:
1. Magnetic motor starters (special duty type) shall be set in place under electrical division except when part of factory wired
     equipment, in which case set in place under mechanical division.
2. Where a remote motor disconnect is required in addition to the one provided integral to an Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), the
     NI Contractor shall provide the necessary control interlock between the disconnects.
3. The NI shall inform the Mechanical Contractor and the Electrical Contractor of the additional capacity required of control
     power transformers.
     4. The Mechanical Contractor shall refer to the electrical specifications and plans for all power and control wiring and shall
           advise the Architect of any discrepancies prior to bidding. The NI shall be responsible for all control wiring as outlined,
           whether called for by the mechanical or electrical drawings and specifications.




1.14        QUALITY ASSURANCE
            A. All products shall conform to the Interoperability requirements outlined in the LonMark
               Interoperability Association guidelines or be submitted clearly marked as non-
               compliant. All products shall be certified to be LonMark compliant prior to delivery of
               submittals to the Architect for review.
            B. The manufacturers of network control devices, sensors, and actuators shall provide
               documentation supporting compliance with ISO-9001 (Model for Quality Assurance in
               Design/Development, Production, Installation and Servicing). Product literature
               provided by the BAS digital controller manufacturer shall contain the ISO-9001
               Certification Mark from the applicable registrar. All components and systems shall be
               year 2000 (Y2K) compliant.
            C. CERTIFICATIONS
               1. All work performed on system local area network shall be performed under the
                    supervision of Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers (MCSE).
               2. All work performed on system local operating network shall be performed under
                    the supervision of Echelon trained Authorized Network Integrators (ANI).
               3. The NI contractor shall be certified as an authorized installer by the respective
                    manufacturer for all BAS equipment installed.
            D. Network Integrator Contractor Qualifications
               1. The NI shall have an office that is staffed with engineers trained in Integrating
                    Interoperable Systems and technicians fully capable of providing LonWorks
                    instruction and routine emergency maintenance service on all system
                    components.
               2. NI shall have in house capabilities to provide control strategies for whole building
                    control. This includes HVAC, lighting, access, and security applications.
               3. NI shall be a company willing and able to supply product from a variety of
                    manufacturers. Companies owned by product manufacturers will be considered



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                only if they submit a letter of intent with their bid stating their intention to provide
                an open system as defined herein that is comprised of products from multiple
                vendors.
          4.    NI must possess a LonManager® Protocol Analyzer or equivalent product and be
                familiar with the capabilities and use of this equipment.
          5.    NI shall have a service facility, staffed with qualified service personnel, capable of
                providing instructions and routine emergency maintenance service for networked
                control systems.
          6.    Submit resumes with the bid proposal indicating passing certificates for Echelon
                Corporation‟s LonWorks Network Design training course, or proof of equivalent
                training. Such proof must include summary of coursework and indicate both
                written and laboratory requirements of alternate training.
          7.    Submit a list of similar projects, which have Building Automation Systems
                installed by the NI. These projects must be on-line and functional such that the
                Owners/Users representative can observe the BAS in full operation.
          8.    Submit an organizational diagram indicating the key technical staff proposed for
                the project including, Project Manager, Superintendent, Electrical Foreman,
                etcetera.
          9.    Submit qualification checklist with bid proposal indicating certified NIs, network
                architecture, network management tools, LonMark products, and LonMark
                profiles to be used on this project.
          10.   Submit a list of no less than three (3) similar projects using the peer to peer
                LONWORKS technology, having Building Automation Systems installed by the
                HVAC Control Installer. These projects must be on-line and functional such that
                the Owners/Users representative can observe the HVAC Control System in full
                operation.
          11.   Submit resumes with the bid proposal indicating passing certificates for Echelon
                Corporation‟s Integrating Interoperable systems course, or proof of equivalent
                training. Such proof must include summary of coursework and indicate both
                written and laboratory requirements of alternate training.
          12.   At least one key person permanently assigned to the project shall be certified as
                a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. The above key personnel shall be
                stationed permanently at an office within the specified distance from the project
                site as defined below.
          13.   Company shall have a service facility, staffed with qualified service personnel,
                capable of providing emergency and routine emergency maintenance service for
                networked HVAC control systems.
          14.   Service facility shall be within a 120-mile radius of the project site.
          15.   Technical support shall be available, 24 hrs, 7 days per week.
          16.   Emergency on-site service and full parts shall be provided within a 4 hour period
                upon notice from the Owner.
          17.   Contractors Licenses. The NI shall be properly licensed by the state contractors
                license board within the jurisdiction of the project location. License classifications
                shall include related trades associated with the application areas included in the
                control sequence of operations. For example, if the NI shall be performing
                installation and programming of refrigeration devices then the NI must carry a
                current refrigeration classification.
          18.   The NI shall carry general liability and workmans compensation insurance as
                required by local and state jurisdictions at amounts and limitations set forth by the
                Owner or the representative Architect
          19.   If the NI furnishes and installs products manufactured by the NI parent or
                subsidiary company, materials and equipment shall be catalogued products and
                shall be manufacturer‟s latest standard design that complies with the specification
                requirements. Where two or more units of the same type are required, these
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                  attached to or integrated within each units need not be of a single manufacturer,
                  but must be directly interchangeable..
          E.   CLEAN UP
               1. At conclusion of each day‟s work, clean up and remove from the site all rubbish,
                  debris and trash accumulated during the day as a result of work of the Contractor.
                  Sidewalks and streets adjoining the property shall be kept broom clean and free
                  of debris, rubbish, trash and obstructions of any kind caused by work of this
                  Contract which will affect the condition of streets, walks, utilities and property.
               2. Upon completion of the work and at times during progress of the work when
                  requested by the Architect, the Contractor shall remove all surplus materials,
                  rubbish, and debris resulting from the operation, and shall leave the entire
                  building and involved portions of the site, insofar as the work of the Contract is
                  concerned, in neat, clean and acceptable conditions as approved by the
                  Architect.
          F.   PRELIMINARY START UP
               1. Should the Owner request that any portion of the systems or equipment be
                  operated prior to the final completion and acceptance of the work, the NI
                  Contractor shall consent. Such operation shall be under the direct supervision of
                  the NI Contractor, but the expense thereof shall be borne by the Owner. The cost
                  for the temporary operation (Utilities, Operating, Labor, etc.) shall be separate
                  from any money paid towards the Contract sum. Such preliminary operation, or
                  payment thereof, shall not be construed as an acceptance of any of the work.
               2. If final completion of the work is not completed in accordance with the approved
                  construction schedule, and operation of the equipment is required to meet
                  Owner‟s lease commitments as defined in the construction schedule, the cost of
                  temporary operation of the equipment shall be the NI Contractors responsibility.
               3. The warranty period for work and systems of this project, as described in General
                  Conditions and Supplementary Conditions shall commence after the Owner‟s
                  final acceptance.
          G.   EQUIPMENT PROTECTION AND CLEANING
               1. The NI Contractor shall provide adequate means for and shall fully protect all
                  finish parts of the materials and equipment against damage from whatever cause
                  during the progress of the work until final acceptance. All materials and
                  equipment in storage and during construction shall be covered in such a manner
                  that no finished surfaces will be damaged or marred, and all moving parts shall
                  be kept clean and dry.
               2. Equipment and accessories shall be thoroughly cleaned of cement, plaster, and
                  other materials; grease and oil spots shall be removed with cleaning solvent and
                  surfaces carefully wiped.
          H.   DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
               1. Provide factory-shipping cartons for each piece of equipment and control device.
                  Maintain cartons through shipping, storage, and handling as required to prevent
                  equipment damage. Store equipment and materials inside and protected from
                  weatherll products and materials shall be new, clean, and free of defects,
                  damage and corrosion. Refer to Division 1 - General Conditions for additional
                  requirements.
               2. Ship and store products and materials in a manner which will protect them from
                  damage, weather, and entry of debris. Do not install damaged items, but take
                  immediate steps to obtain replacement or repair.


1.15      SUBSTITUTIONS
          A. Wherever the words for “review” or “acceptance” are used in regard to manufactured
             specialties, or wherever it is desired to substitute a different make or type of
             apparatus for that specified, submit all information pertinent to the adequacy and




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             adaptability of the proposed apparatus to the Architect and secure their approval
             before apparatus is ordered.
          B. Wherever system performance such as material quantities, operating pressure,
             network throughput, or the like are specified, or a definite make and size of apparatus
             is specified, for which such quantities are readily determinable, the make and size of
             the apparatus proposed must conform substantially to the quantities specified or
             implied. Critical dimensions relating to the installation of apparatus and coordination
             with the rest of the system, shall be considered and adhered to whenever possible.
             Substitution of equipment or apparatus shall include all necessary revisions and their
             costs required to complete the installation.
          C. Approval of request for substitutions may be given only after receipt of complete and
             satisfactory performance data covering the complete range of operating conditions in
             tabular and graphical form. Furnish complete and satisfactory information relative to
             equipment performance, features and accessories, etcetera. Additional construction
             and design costs incurred as a result of any accepted substitution shall be borne by
             the Systems Integrator.

          D.    SUBSTITUTION FORMAT
               1. Proposed changes and substitutions of systems, apparatus, equipment and
                   manufacturers will be considered subject to the approval of the Architect. The
                   proposal shall include the following information:
               2. A description of the difference between the existing contract requirements and
                   that proposed, the comparative features of each, and the effect of the change on
                   the end result performance. Include the impact of changes on other Contractors
                   and/or subcontractors and acknowledge the inclusion of implementation costs.
               3. Schematic drawings and details to supplement the descriptions.
               4. A list of the contract requirements that must be revised if the change is accepted,
                   including any suggested specification revisions.
               5. Complete list of materials and equipment proposed for use in the change.
               6. Include a description and estimate of costs the Owner may incur in implementing
                   the change, such as test, evaluation, operating and support costs.
               7. A projection of any effects the proposed change would have on collateral costs to
                   the owner.
               8. A statement of the time by which a contract modification accepting the change
                   must be issued, noting any effect on the contract completion time or the delivery
                   schedule.
               9. A statement indicating the reduction to the contract price if the Owner accepts the
                   change. The Contractor shall be responsible for appropriate modification of
                   subcontractor.
               10. Wherever the words for “review” or “acceptance” are used in regard to
                   manufactured specialties, or wherever it is desired to substitute a different make
                   or type of apparatus for that specified, submit all information pertinent to the
                   adequacy and adaptability of the proposed apparatus to the Architect and secure
                   their approval before apparatus is ordered.
               11. Wherever system performance such as material quantities, operating pressure,
                   network throughput, or the like are specified, or a definite make and size of
                   apparatus is specified, for which such quantities are readily determinable, the
                   make and size of the apparatus proposed must conform substantially to the
                   quantities specified or implied. Critical dimensions relating to the installation of
                   apparatus and coordination with the rest of the system, shall be considered and
                   adhered to whenever possible. Substitution of equipment or apparatus shall
                   include all necessary revisions and their costs required to complete the
                   installation.
               12. Approval of request for substitutions may be given only after receipt of complete
                   and satisfactory performance data covering the complete range of operating
                   conditions in tabular and graphical form. Furnish complete and satisfactory



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              information relative to equipment performance, features and accessories, etc.
              Additional construction and design costs incurred as a result of any accepted
              substitution shall be the responsibility of the NI Contractor.




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Part 2            Products
2.01      PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
          A. Products shall be provided with complete documentation. This shall include diagrams
             of all LonMark objects supported by the product as well as relevant technical
             specifications. Undocumented products must be tagged and accepted by Architect or
             Engineer prior to installation. Do not install undocumented products without such
             acceptance.
          B. All products and materials shall be new, clean, and free of defects, damage and
             corrosion.
          C. Ship and store products and materials in a manner that will protect them from
             damage, weather, and entry of debris. Do not install damaged items, but take
             immediate steps to obtain replacement or repair.

2.02      ACCEPTABLE PRODUCTS
          A. Comply with LonMark Interoperability Association, Interoperability Guidelines for all
             products. Utilize published functional profiles for all device functions that include
             network variable and configuration parameters. Where published profiles do not
             exist, utilize draft profile standards or submit a proposed draft as part of the
             submittals required in Section 1. All drafts shall also be submitted simultaneously to
             the LonMark Interoperability Association and a copy of such transmittal submitted to
             the Architect
          B. All products shall conform to the Interoperability requirements outlined in the LonMark
             Interoperability Association Guidelines or be submitted clearly marked as non-
             compliant. All products shall be certified to be LonMark compliant prior to delivery of
             submittals to the Architect for review.
          C. Utilize Standard Configuration Parameter Types (SCPT‟s) for all product configuration
             parameters. Do not use network variables for this purpose. If User Defined
             Configuration Parameters (UCPT‟s) are used, provide resource files to allow
             adjustment of configuration of device parameters by 3rd party tools.
          D. Provide LonMark compliant products that communicate on multiple channels to meet
             the functional specifications of this Division and the dedicated product functional
             specifications and profiles specified in other Sections or Divisions of this
             Specification.
          E. Provide LonTalk routers as required to combine different communication channels
             onto a common field bus backbone as depicted on project drawings, i.e. Open
             System Architecture.
          F. Provide Application Specific Controllers (ASC), Application Generic Controllers
             (AGC), and Custom Application Controllers (CAC) as herein specified and as
             indicated on the BAS drawings.
          G. NI shall furnish and install LonWorks products manufactured by multiple
             manufacturers as required. Materials and equipment shall be catalogued products
             and shall be manufacturer‟s latest standard design that complies with the
             specification requirements.
          H. All microprocessor based control products (excluding workstations) used shall include
             a Neuron Chip or other processor with complete implementation of the LonTalk
             protocol stack. Devices that use the Neuron Chip as a communications co-processor
             shall be distinctly identified in submittals with the heading „MIP Device‟ and are
             subject to additional submittal requirements and testing to ensure interoperability.
          I. Individual products shall conform to the LonMark Interoperability Standards. If
             products are not certified by the LonMark organization - requests for substitution
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               tool and complete documentation regarding all network variables and configuration
               properties supported by the device.
          J.   Control devices connected to the LonWorks control network should be readily
               replaceable with devices from multiple manufacturers.

2.03      NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE COMPONENTS
          A. General
             1. Provide the network communications media, raceway systems, junction boxes,
                splicing hardware, and terminators for all network segments.
             2. Provide wire, raceway systems, junction boxes, enclosures, and suitable low
                voltage power supplies and final connections to network devices provided by this
                Division and network devices as provided by other Divisions.
                (a) Intelligent Air Terminal Device Controllers (i.e., VAV, Dual Duct, FPB,
                     etcetera).
                (b) Intelligent Occupancy Sensors.
                (c) Intelligent Damper Operators.
                (d) Intelligent Valve Operators.
                (e) Packaged Air Handling Units.
                (f) Packaged Unitary Air Conditioning Units (i.e., Roof Top Units, Heat Pumps,
                     Condensing Units, etc.)
                (g) Other HVAC Equipment (Chillers, Steam Generators etcetera).
                (h) Packaged lighting control and power panels.
                (i) Power Monitoring Control Units.
                (j) Security System Control Units.
                (k) Access Control.
                (l) Fire Alarm System Control Units.
                (m) Vertical Transportation Control Units.
                (n) Additional Intelligent Devices and Control Units outlined herein or on the
                     Mechanical and Electrical Drawings.
          B. Network Media
             1. Cable selection for use with TP/FT-10 networks
                (a) Use only cable Echelon has qualified for use with TP/FT-10 networks. Based
                     on the cost, performance and availability of these different cable types,
                     system designers can choose the most appropriate cable for their application.
                     Echelon has qualified three generic cable types as follows:
                     i. A generic 16AWG (1.3mm diameter) cable
                     ii. NEMA Level 4 cable
                     iii. TIA Category 5 cable


                           Max Bus length       Max total wire length        Max node-to-node
                           (Bus topology)         (free topology)          distance (free topology
                                                                                    only)
Belden 85102                   2700m                    500m                        500m
Belden 8471                    2700m                    500m                        400m
Level IV, 22AWG                1400m                    500m                        400m
JT(St) 2x2x0.8                  900m                    500m                        320m
TIA Category 5                  900m                    450m                        250m


For a TP/FT-10 channel operating in a bus topology with one of the above cable types, the maximum stub
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            1. Cable selection for use with TP/XF-1250 networks
Two cable types have been validated for the TP/XF-1250 channel.


          Cable type                   Max bus length                      Max stub length
TIA 568A Category 5                         130m                                0.3m
Level IV cable                              130m                                0.3m



The following specifications can be used by cable suppliers to produce an equivalent
cable:

                            Minimu   Typical   Maximum            Units            Condition
                            m
DC Resistance, each         14.0     14.7      15.5               /km             20ºC per
conductor                                                                          ASTM D 4566
DC Resistance Unbalance                        5%                                  20ºC per
                                                                                   ASTM D 4566
                                               55.9               nF/km            per ASTM D
Mutual Capacitance                                                                 4566
Characteristic Impedance    92       100       108                                64Khz to
                                                                                   1MHz per
                                                                                   ASTM D 4566
                                                                                   20ºC per
Attenuation                                                       DB/km            ASTM D 4566
20Khz                                          1.3
64Khz                                          1.9
78Khz                                          2.2
156Khz                                         3.0
256Khz                                         4.8
512Khz                                         8.1
772Khz                                         11.3
1000Khz                                        13.7
                                               5.6                nsec/m           78Khz
Propagation Delay




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            2. Level 4 cable may be used with TP/FT-10, TP/XF-78 or TP/XF-1250 channels.
               The Level 4 cable specification used by Echelon and as originally defined by the
               National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) differs from the Category4
               specification proposed by the Electronics Industries
               Association/Telecommunications Industry Association (EIA/TIA). The following
               specifications can be by cable suppliers to identify a compliant Level 4 cable or
               produce an equivalent cable:

Specifications apply to shielded or unshielded 22AWG (0.65mm) cable, 24AWG (0.5mm)cable shown
                                           in brackets [] if different
D-C Resistance (Ohms/1000 feet at 20ºC)                   18.0 [28.6]
maximum for a single copper conductor regardless
of whether it is sold or stranded and is or is not
metal-coated
D-C Resistance Unbalance (%) maximum                      5
Mutual capacitance of a pair (pF/foot) maximum            17
Pair-to-Ground Capacitance Unbalance (pF/1000 1000
feet) maximum
                                     Characteristic Impedance (Ohms)
772kHz                                                    10215%
1.0MHz                                                    10015%
4.0MHz                                                    10015%
8.0MHz                                                    10015%
10.0MHz                                                   10015%
16.0MHz                                                   10015%
20.0MHz                                                   10015%



772kHz                                               4.5[5.7]
1.0MHz                                               5.5[6.5]
4.0MHz                                               11.0[13.0]
8.0MHz                                               15.0[19.0]
10.0MHz                                              17.0[22.0]
16.0MHz                                              22.0[27.0]
20.0MHz                                              24.0[31.0]
Worst Pair Near_end Crosstalk (dB) minimum. Values are shown for information only. The minimum
NEXT coupling loss for any pair combination at room temperature is to be greater than the value
determined using the formula NEXT(FMHz )>NEXT(0.772)-15log10(FMHz/0.772)
772kHz                                               58
1.0MHz                                               56
4.0MHz                                               47
8.0MHz                                               42
10.0MHz                                              41
16.0MHz                                              38
20.0MHz                                              36




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          B. Network Interfaces - A LONW ORKS Network Interface is the adapter between a PC-
             style computer and the LONW ORKS network. For local operation from a PC (laptop or
             desktop) computer, a whole range of network interface cards are available from
             Echelon, covering almost any possible combination of PC connector and LONW ORKS
             channel type.
             1. Network interfaces shall support downloadable firmware images for future
                 upgrade purposes
             2. Network interfaces shall NSI firmware for LNS applications
             3. The following table lists the approved LONW ORKS network interfaces for local
                 operation:
                                      Built-In          Other      Operating
             PC Port P’n’P         Transceiver      Transceiver      System      Not Supported
                                      Options          Types        Support
                                                                   DOS, WfW,
                                                       Any via
 PCC-10       PC Card     Yes        TP/FT-10                       W’95/98,      NodeBuilder®
                                                     external pod
                                                                   W/NT ≥ 4.0
                                                                             W95/98,
 PCLTA-                                 TP/FT-10,                          W/NT (DOS
                ISA         Yes                                 -                              NodeBuilder
   10                                  TP/XF-1250                          and WfW as
                                                                             session)
                                                                             W95/98,
                                       TP/FT-10,
 PCLTA-                                                                    W/NT (DOS
                PCI         Yes       TP/XF-1250,        Any via SMX                           NodeBuilder
   20                                                                      and WfW as
                                      TP/RS485-39
                                                                             session)

For remote access, i.e. access from a PC in a different location than the network. The currently available
approved network interface hardware for remote connectivity are:

                                        Built-In            Other          Operating
                                                                                                 Not
              PC Port      P’n’P      Transceiver        Transceiver         System
                                                                                              Supported
                                        Options             Types           Support
                                                                             W95/98,
                                        TP/FT-10,                          W/NT (DOS
SLTA-10       EIA-232       N/a                                 -                             NodeBuilder
                                       TP/XF-1250                          and WfW as
                                                                             session)
  i.Lon       10Base-                   TP/FT-10,                            W95/98,        Non-LNS based
                            N/a                                 -
  10001         T                      TP/XF-1250                            W/NT               tools



          D. LonWorks ROUTERS, BRIDGES, REPEATERS AND TRANSCEIVERS
             1. Equip each router and bridge with a network transceiver on each network port
                (inbound and outbound) as dictated by the network type (Type 1 - FTT, Type 2 -
                TP, Type 3 - PL, Type 4 - LP, Type 5 - RF, Ethernet).
             2. The network router shall be designed to route messages from a segment, sub-
                net, or domain in full duplex communication mode.
             3. Routers and bridges shall utilize LonTalk protocol transport, network, session
                layers to transparently route messages bound for a node address in another sub-
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            4. Routers, bridges and repeaters shall be fully programmable and permit a systems
                integrator to define message traffic, destination, and other network management
                functions utilizing LonWorks technology.
            5. Routers, bridges, and repeaters shall be capable of Rack, DIN rail, or panel
                mounting and be equipped with status LED lights for Network traffic and power.
            6. Provide a minimum of (2) Neuron 3150 Chip processors for use as the network
                router communication controller for all power line, twisted pair and RF routers.
            7. ANSI/EIA 709.1 (LonTalk) Ethernet Routers shall have 32 bit RISC processors to
                allow for high packet throughput in control networks.
            8. ANSI/EIA 709.1 (LonTalk) Ethernet Routers shall be capable of installation
                utilizing LonWorks Installation tools, and supported by Echelon‟s LNS Network
                Services architecture.
            9. ANSI/EIA 709.1 (LonTalk) Ethernet Routers shall support standard
                internetworking protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, SNMP, (MIB II), ICMP, SNTP,
                TOS, MD5, HTTP, and FTP.
            10. ANSI/EIA 709.1 (LonTalk) Ethernet Routers shall support standard
                internetworking protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, SNMP, (MIB II), ICMP, SNTP,
                TOS, MD5, HTTP, and FTP.

2.04      NETWORK DEVICES
            1. Each network device shall be at a minimum LonMark compliant and will adhere to
                the current LonMark interoperability guidelines.
            2. Each network device must include a plug-in configuration software tool
                compatible with the network installation tool that provides a graphical user-friendly
                method of adjusting device configuration values and have the ability to be
                launched from within the network design/installation tool.
            3. Each network device must include the manufacture supplied external interface file
                (XIF) and device resource files (DRF‟s) for the device that fully describe network
                variable/ configuration property structures, types, associations, and data
                interpretation.
            4. Each network device must include support for network variable aliasing and
                include a minimum of 15 address table entries
            5. Each network device shall be equipped with either a Neuron 3120® or 3150®
                Chip microprocessor controller, a minimum of 64K programmable non-volatile
                (flash) memory for general data processing, power supply, input/output modules,
                termination blocks, network transceivers.
            6. Two Bar code identification stickers shall be provided for each device that contain
                the devices‟ unique Neuron ID number.
            7. Each network device system software, custom operating sequence software and
                application programs shall be stored in programmable, non-volatile memory
                memory to allow downloadable application upgrades. Applications held on PROM
                chips shall not be allowed
            8. Each network device packaging shall be such that complete installation and
                check-out of field wiring can be performed prior to the installation of electronic
                boards. Make all board terminations by means of plug-in connectors to facilitate
                troubleshooting, repair and replacement.
            9. Each network device shall be configured, not programmed, via PC based
                interface software. This software shall be a program applet, which runs within the
                network management tool chosen. Intimate knowledge of operation of ASC shall
                not be required for configuration.
            10. Each network device shall operate in standalone mode as needed for specified
                control applications if network communication fails. Software shall include a
                complete operating system (O.S.), communications handler, point processing,
                standard control algorithms, and specific control sequences.
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          12. All network devices supplied under this contract shall be true “peer-to-peer”
              communicating devices capable of sharing data with other devices on the
              network. Components or controllers requiring “polling” by a host to pass data shall
              not be acceptable.
          13. System wide control devices shall reside on the network media and provide
              network wide functions required by or utilized by field control devices, network
              management tools, and network monitoring & control tools. System control
              devices shall be capable of executing application control programs to provide the
              following functions:
              (a) Calendar functions
              (b) Time of Day Scheduling
              (c) Time & Condition based algorithims (state machines)
              (d) Point Trending
              (e) Point statistical functions such as averaging/hi/low selection
              (f) Alarm monitoring and reporting
              (g) Time synchronization
              (h) Device Management functions
              (i) Counter functions
              (j) Equipment run time accumulation

          14. Run Time Totalization Devices
              (a) Run time shall be accumulated based on the status of a digital input point. It
                  shall be possible to totalize either on time or off time up to 10,000 hours with
                  one-minute resolution. Run time counts shall be resident in non-volatile
                  memory and have CU resident run time limits assignable through the
                  operator's terminal.
              (b) Totalized run time or trended data shall be batch downloaded using FTP to
                  the SCU on a daily or weekly basis. Trended data shall reside on the SCADA
                  database server. The automatic update of this data shall be determined by
                  the SCADA and facility management application requirements.
              (c) Transition Counting: A transition counter shall be provided to accumulate the
                  number of times a device has been cycled on or off. Counter is to be non-
                  volatile and be capable of accumulating 600,000 switching cycles. Limits shall
                  be assignable to counts to provide maintenance alarm printouts.

          15. NETWORK WEBSERVER DEVICE
              (a) The HMI Web Server shall be capable of displaying web pages in HTML
                  without the need for downloaded software applets, or controls.
              (b) The HMI Web Server shall support Javascript, XML, and DHTML
              (b) The HMI Web Server shall be capable of reading and writing to network
                  variables from web pages using a standard web browser such as Netscape
                  4.0 (or higher), and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 (or higher)
              (c) The HMI Web Server shall be capable of supporting non-Windows users with
                  a JAVA enabled platform.
              (d) The HMI Web Server shall use a standard FTP client to upload HTML pages.
              (e) Internet Server features shall include:
                  i. True layer 3 routing, Cisco Certified
                  ii. Built-in web server
                  iii. Supports Read and Write of network variables through web pages
                  iv. High speed LonWorks/IP LNS 3.0 capable, with ability to route all
                       master/slave, peer-to-peer and network management devices over the
                       LonWorks or Ethernet networks
                  v. Supports DHCP, SNMP, ICMP and FTP
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                  (f) Do not exceed 75% of the memory storage capacity of any single Internet
                      Server, including memory required for an intuitive plain-English descriptor for
                      each item of information.
              16. Agency Approvals - Network devices shall include approval by the appropriate
                  safety and certifications agencies as required by local building department
                  regulations.
              17. Network devices shall support device management tasks from the network
                  management tool and shall include:
                      i. Enable/Disable functions
                      ii. Override functions
                      iii. Self Test functions that report Neuron error log statistics
                      iv. Wink functions that confirm physical address
                      v. Service pin identification

2.05      NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM
          A. The network operating system shall provide the foundation for the open/interoperable
             network tools. The operating system shall provide for a client/server architecture that
             allows multiple tools to coexist on the network simultaneously and seamlessly. The
             operating system will allow technicians to plug intelligent service tools into any point in
             the network and access all network services and data.
          B. The network operating system shall be component based and utilize an object-
             oriented programming model. Included is a standard Microsoft OLE and ActiveX
             interface to the network.
          C. The network operating system shall include a Network Services Server (NSS) that
             enables and coordinates multiple points of access to network management services
             and network data. It will also maintain a network database and a directory of all
             network and application providers/event generators.
          D. Clients shall connect to the network using a Network Services Interface (NSI) or a
             Virtual Network Interface (VNI). NSI‟s shall consist of a hardware component
             installed in the client PC that enables communication of the client application directly
             to the network media. The VNI shall allow the client application to communicate to the
             network via TCP/IP channels through the client PC Network Interface Card (NIC) over
             a LAN or WAN connection. Further, the VNI shall provide for multiple simultaneous
             outgoing transactions and allow a single server to manage multiple network domains.
          E. The network operating system shall be host independent, supporting clients that
             utilize any platform, including embedded microcontrollers, Windows PC‟s, and UNIX
             workstations.
          F. The PC operating system shall be Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0, with
             Service Pack 4 or higher.

2.06      DESIGN/INSTALLATION/MANAGEMENT/MAINTENANCE TOOL
          A. The network design and installation tool software shall employ object-oriented
             technology (OOT) for representation of all data and control devices within the system.
             In addition, adherence to industry standards including EIA 709.1 LonTalk and
             LonMark guidelines to assure interoperability between all system components is
             required. Further, the tool must be compatible with the LNS network operating
             system.
          B. The network design tool shall include the following design capabilities
                 (a) Can perform design in Ad hoc, Engineered mode, or combination
                 (b) Supports grouping and bundling of objects, connections, and devices
                 (c) Create multiple nested subsystems and multiple drawings consisting of
                      multiple pages
                 (d) Support copy/paste functions for objects, configurations, and subsystems
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                   (g) Can change device channel and subsystem locations
                   (h) Includes network explorer navigation
                   (i) Includes network merge capability
          C.   The network design tool shall include the following installation capabilities
                   (a) Commissions devices using manual entry, service pin, or auto discovery
                   (b) Adjustment of device CPs using software Plug-ins
                   (c) Adjustment and monitoring of CPs and NV‟s using generic browser
                   (d) Can use CPs defined in device by 3rd party installation tool
                   (e) Operates over multiple channel media, including IP
                   (f) Uploads device external interface (.xif) files or load from manufacture
                       supplied file
                   (g) Verify device locations with Wink commands
          D.   The network design tool shall include the following management capabilities
                   (a) Performs device replacement
                   (b) Performs functional object override
                   (c) Performs device and object disable and enable functions
                   (d) Places devices in online/offline states
                   (e) Performs self-test of devices and functional objects
                   (f) Can perform device application reset
                   (g) Supports user profiles and password protected access privileges
                   (h) Includes network recovery function that creates an LNS database and
                       drawings for legacy networks
          E.   The network design tool shall include the following maintenance capabilities
                   (a) Maintains as-built control drawings
                   (b) Produce property reports that document network resources
                   (c) Monitor and display current NV update values on the drawing page
                   (d) Perform download of new device applications
                   (e) Include database and drawing backup and restore features
                   (f) Create user defined custom properties for all drawing objects and shapes
          F.   The network design tool software shall run on the following minimum hardware
               configuration:
                   (a) The computer shall be an Intel Pentium based computer (minimum
                       processing speed of 400 MHz with 256 MB RAM and a 10-gigabyte minimum
                       hard drive). It shall include a 32X CD-ROM drive, 3.5” floppy drive, a 100 MB
                       Zip drive, 2-parallel ports, 2-asynchronous serial ports, 2-USB ports, and 2-
                       spare PCI or ISA slots for the network interface hardware.
                   (b) The PC operating system shall be Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0,
                       with Service Pack 4 or higher
                   (c) The network design tool shall be accessible onsite at all times by
                       maintenance personnel.

2.07      LARGE AREA NETWORKS
          A. The Local Area Network (LAN) shall be either a 10 or 100 Megabits/sec Ethernet
             network supporting Java, XML, HTTP, and CORBA IIOP for maximum flexibility for
             integration of building data with enterprise information systems and providing support
             for multiple user workstations and, if specified, a local or remote network server
             computer system.
          B. Local area network minimum physical and media access requirements:
                 (a) Ethernet; IEEE standard 802.3
                 (b) Cable; 10 Base-T, UTP-8 wire, category 5
                 (c) Minimum throughput; 10 Mbps, with ability to increase to 100 Mbps
          C. The Network Management Network Services Server Application (NSS) shall reside on
             the BAS Local Area Network (LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN) server/ Operator
             Interface Workstation. This application shall support multiple clients on the
             LAN/WAN and by using Operator Interface will be capable of managing network
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2.08      HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACE (HMI)
          A. HARDWARE
             1. FIXED OPERATOR WORKSTATION
                (a) Fixed Station Operator Interface Workstations shall include as a mimimum:
                    i. Intel Pentium II Xeon Processor 450MHz with 512K Cache
                    ii. 256MB 100 Mhx ECC SDRAM expandable to 2 GB
                    iii. VX1100 21” Color Monitor
                    iv. 8MB Accelgraphics Permedia II Graphics Card
                    v. 9GB 10K Ultra2 SCSI drive w/Ultra2 Controller
                    vi. 3.5” 1.44MB Diskette Drive
                    vii. 13Xmin. / 32Xmax. SCSI CD-ROM
                    viii. Slots: One AGP, Five PCI and One ISA
                    ix. 10-bay Tower Case
                    x. 104+Keyboard
                    xi. 3COM PCI 10/100 Twisted Pair Ethernet w/WOL
                    xii. MS IntelliMouse and Mouse Pad
                    xiii. Intel LANDesk Client Manager Software Version 3.3
                    xiv. Microsoft Windows NT V4.0 Workstation
                    xv. McAfee Anti-Virus Software
                    xvi. One (1) parallel printer: Epson LX-300, 80 column 160 cps tractor feed,
                          for reports, alarms and exception messages.
                    xvii. A built-in read/write CD-ROM, for the purpose of manually and
                          automatically backing up fixed system data, shall be provided.
                    xviii.     Provide HMI to HMI communications via an IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps
                          Ethernet Network Adapter. The Ethernet adapter shall support early
                          token release for improved efficiency.

                 (b) The Fixed Operator Interface Device shall be capable of supporting all
                     LonWorks network transceiver types (FTT, PL, RF, Ethernet/TCP\IP,
                     etcetera) and provide for the ability to serve multiple control channels through
                     LonWorks Networks Interface for the appropriate network type.
                 (c) The Fixed Operator Interface Device shall include a factory-installed
                     Operating System to include Microsoft Windows NT4.0 or newer.
                 (d) The Fixed Operator Workstation Interface Device shall include factory-
                     installed client software to include Microsoft Office Professional (Including
                     Internet Explorer).
                 (e) The Fixed Operator Workstation Interface Device shall include the Network
                     Management Application operating in a client/server fashion to the NSS
                     (Network Services Server).
                 (f) The Fixed Operators Workstation Interface Device shall be equipped with
                     manufacturer specific program and configuration applications or “plug-ins” for
                     all devices on the control network.

             2. PORTABLE OPERATOR‟S TERMINAL (POT)
                (a) Provide Portable Operator Terminal Interface Device(s), for use by the
                    operating engineer to remotely access the LonWorks Control Network. The
                    POT shall incorporate the following items as a minimum requirement.
                    i. PCMCIA LonWorks Network Interface (Free Topology Transceiver, FTT-
                         10).
                    ii. PCMCIA or Cad Bus 10/100 Ethernet Network Interface card.
                    iii. PCC10 Protocol Analyzer Network Interface card
                    iv. Operating System Software.
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                      vi.     User Display Screen (13.3 inch XGA Active matrix.).
                      vii.    256 MB RAM, minimum.
                      viii.   Pentium 600 MHz PIII processor (or greater).
                      ix.     One 4.8GB hard drive.
                      x.      One 56Kbaud modem.
                      xi.     Touch pad mouse.

                  (b) Portable Operator Terminal Interface Device shall be capable of supporting
                      all LonWorks network transceiver types present on the control network (FTT,
                      PL, RF, Ethernet/TCP\IP, etcetera) and provide for the ability to serve
                      multiple control channels by utilizing a PCMCIA network card for the
                      appropriate network type.
                  (c) The Portable Operator Interface Device shall have a factory-installed
                      Operating System to include Microsoft Windows 98 Professional, or latest
                      release.
                  (d) The Portable Operator Interface Device shall have factory-installed client
                      software to include Microsoft Office Professional (Including Internet Explorer.)
                  (e) The Portable Operator Interface Device shall be capable of Client Server
                      operations to NSS via FTT10, or Ethernet TCP/IP LonWorks channels.
                  (f) The POT shall be equipped with manufacturer specific program and
                      configuration applications or “plug-ins” for all devices on the control network.

              3. PRINTERS
                 (a) Provide printer(s) at the fixed operator workstation location(s) for recording
                     alarms, operator transactions, and reports, meeting the following minimum
                     requirements:
                      16 pages per minute print speed.
                      1200 dpi laser.
                  (b) Provide color printer(s) locate as directed by the owner representative during
                      construction for printing of graphics and other screen displays. Printer shall
                      include as a minimum:
                      8 color pages per minute.
                      Suitable for the application.
          B. HMI THICK CLIENT SOFTWARE
             1. The HMI shall be a fully integrated suite of modular components. Each major
                component (i.e. visualization, alarm annunciation, data logging, data server, and
                web server) shall have the ability to operate independently. Each component
                shall be modular such that any one or more may be distributed and used
                individually on separate physical platforms.
             2. The HMI shall be a 32 bit, object oriented application that is interoperable with all
                16 and 32 bit non- BAS applications. System shall support Microsoft long file
                name designations. Systems not utilizing a 32 bit, object oriented structure are
                not acceptable. The ability to develop displays and presentations in multiple
                screen resolutions shall be provided.
             3. The HMI shall be icon driven, multi-tasking and employing a graphical operating
                environment. All functions shall be available through the use of a mouse, without
                dependence on the keyboard. Up to 16 applications may collect data dynamically
                and simultaneously without HMI speed degradation. The HMI shall have the
                ability to allow the passing of data freely to Microsoft Windows applications that
                incorporate the use of Dynamic Data Exchange.
             4. The HMI shall be capable of communicating to 250 remote client locations bi-
                directionally.
             5. The HMI shall support the following standard network configurations: Ethernet,
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                standard network protocols: TCP/IP, PPTP, IPX/SPX, NetBeui, LonTalk, BacNet,
                and PPP.
          6.    The HMI shall be capable of real-time access to all integrated systems on the
                LAN as well as for information management, including the manipulation of all real
                time or archived system information, via spreadsheets, databases, etc. Complete
                file management and data transfer (such as copying, moving or transferring files)
                automatically and manually shall be provided via Dynamic Data Exchange.
          7.    The HMI shall be a multi-threaded, multi-tasking 32-bit object oriented
                application. The HMI shall allow non-related third party applications to be
                executed without interruptions to the operation of the HMI.
          8.    Active-X Component Object Module (COM) objects shall be supported to allow
                for easy system tailoring and customization. Systems not supporting Active-X
                Controls shall provide a full definition of how the operator can customize the
                presentation of the system.
          9.    DDE I/O Server Interfaces shall provide the following
                (a) Only points on an active screen, alarm points, historically logged points, or
                     points in background logic shall be polled. Also, to optimize communication
                     performance, report by exception.
                (b) Dynamically configure polling lists
                (c) Menu driven configuration
                (d) DDE I/O Server Interfaces shall be standalone Windows programs capable of
                     communicating via DDE to any other Windows based program in the system.
                     Servers must be available for all major brands of programmable controllers
                     including, but not limited to, the following:
                     i. Allen-Bradley
                     ii. LonWorks
                     iii. General Electric
                     iv. Modicon Modbus
                     v. TI/Siemens
                     vi. Reliance
                     vii. Square D
          10.   The HMI shall support third party Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) and OLE
                for Process Control (OPC) I/O Servers for integration to non-standard, non-
                interoperable systems.
          11.   The HMI must support the Structured Query Language (SQL) component of the
                Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) standard. Utilities that extend the power
                and functionality of the SQL component are desirable. Definition of these ODBC
                extensions is required. Systems that do not extend the ODBC standard shall
                define how system expansion will be supported.
          12.   This HMI shall provide a simple method of launching third party applications.
                Systems that require the use of Windows Explorer or other Tree format as the
                shell or entry point to other programs, shall be rejected.
          13.   This HMI shall utilize dynamic push buttons. Each pushbutton shall be user
                configurable to allow access to any of the HMIs applications. A push-button shall
                display a user selectable ICON and text describing visually the linked application.
                Any object including gauges, buttons, and other animated components shall be
                capable of launching an application or a specific file from a dynamic display
                frame.
          14.   Predefined graphical wizards shall be provided for creating interactive objects.
                Systems not providing standard wizards shall include a minimum of 80 hours of
                specific HMI training with the base bid.
          15.   The HMI shall provide a scripting language allowing customized sequences and
                BAS control functions. The scripting language shall provide advanced math and
                Boolean functions, simulation, prototyping and background calculating
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                controller with the aforementioned capabilities to be provided for every 10 devices
                on the submittal drawings to allow for expansion.
          16.   The HMI shall be capable of client connections via a common Web Browser
                application allowing access to BAS dynamic data from an intranet and/or the
                internet.
          17.   HMI shall automatically re-launch following a power failure reset of the hardware,
                without operator intervention. Multiple servers shall be supported with full time
                system performance monitoring and the ability to restore system functionality by
                automatically selecting a new server, upon failure of the primary server, without
                operator intervention. In addition, monitoring of GC connectivity points shall be
                provided on an automatic basis, allowing for automatic redirection of bus
                connectivity upon reported failure.
          18.   HMI System Security shall be on an application by application basis. System
                Administrator shall setup and define access privileges per user, per application
                and per setpoint levels. The Users shall be assigned discrete user names and
                passwords, both of which must be entered in order to access any particular
                application or function within the system. Standard Microsoft Windows NTFS
                privileges may also be utilized for access to applications and/or files. A minimum
                of 10,000 levels of user-definable access must be provided.
          19.   HMI DIPLAY FRAMES:
                (a) The HMI shall allow access to any system information by either selecting a
                     transfer point or screens individually with a Windows Explorer view. All
                     system navigation shall be capable through the use of a mouse. HMI‟s that
                     require the use of keyboard commands to edit dynamic shall provide 8 hours
                     of system command training.
                (b) The HMI shall be capable of importing background images in the following
                     formats: .dwg, .bmp, .gif, .jpg . Systems that utilize proprietary image formats
                     will not be accepted.
                (c) The temperature control contractor shall provide an interactive display frame
                     for the following as referenced on designated project: Overall site plan, each
                     individual building, each floor plan or wing, each piece of mechanical
                     equipment, and each integrated controller, (i.e. lighting panel, card access
                     entry point, elevator, generator). All graphics shall be individually labeled. All
                     graphics shall be logically linked allowing navigation through the overall
                     system, at any time returning immediately to the associated subsystem
                     overall site plan via graphic element.
                (d) The HMI shall allow for the development and editing of dynamic graphics.
                     Wizards shall be utilized to assist the operator with their manipulation of the
                     graphic system. The HMI shall be capable of alternating between edit and
                     monitoring mode with a single mouse click from any display frame. The HMI
                     shall enable edit ability based on access level permissions.
                (e) The HMI shall provide animation of system data via graphic elements on the
                     display frames. Standard graphic element library shall be provided to assist
                     the operator with their implementation. The ability to define and add new
                     animated graphic elements shall be provided. The ability to move, size, draw,
                     arrange, align, layer, space, rotate, invert, duplicate, cut, copy, paste, erase
                     any animated element shall be provided. System parameters and setpoints
                     shall be user-definable by the animated graphic elements.
                (f) The HMI shall provide the ability to simultaneously display a dynamic X/Y
                     Chart of selected points. The chart shall be an element of the graphic display
                     and shall automatically update with the display data. The chart shall allow for
                     dynamic manipulation to modify the range, rate, and timeframe of view, in
                     both a real-time as well as historical configuration. A minimum of 4 values
                     shall be included on any chart display element. The quantity of chart
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                  user configurable. Systems not providing this capability are required to
                  provide an equivalent charting package with the HMI offering.
              (g) The HMI shall contain full on-line system documentation. It shall not be
                  necessary to maintain printed copies of user or programming manuals.
                  Context sensitive help files shall be provided for all applications within the
                  HMI. The ability to update on-line documentation must be provided via
                  electronic updates, definition of update procedure(s) shall be provided.
              (h) The ability to modify or override current control values shall be available at
                  any individual graphical element. A self-prompting pop-up window shall be
                  displayed providing the ability to modify the selected control value.
                  Instructions in the use of the pop-up window shall be provided.
              (i) The HMI shall provide graphically displayed global scheduling and editing
                  functions. The ability to link these functions to the associated equipment or
                  zone frames shall be a standard feature. A calendar shall be provided for
                  display and modification of time clock functions. The User shall be able to
                  view daily, weekly, monthly, annual, special, or holiday schedules from a
                  defined display frame.

          20. HMI ALARMING:
              (a) The HMI shall provide, as standard, the ability to annunciate, view,
                  acknowledge, delete and manipulate real-time and historical alarms on every
                  display frame. The ability to provide a unique and custom alarm display for
                  every display frame shall be provided. The alarm display shall be viewed
                  continuously or upon request.
              (b) The HMI shall be capable of invoking a display frame, response instruction
                  display, an audible enunciator, full conversation instructions, visual real-time
                  video display, and any executable file upon alarm conditions
              (c) The HMI shall provide user-definable alarm logging. The HMI shall be
                  capable of displaying and/or routing alarms to an HMI display frame, local
                  printer, network printer, facsimile, e-mail, alpha numeric pager, voice pagers,
                  digital PCS telephones, speaker, radios, intercom systems, file, and SQL
                  compatible database. Alarm groupings shall be priority based. The quantity
                  of alarms logged by the HMI (including historical data archiving) shall be
                  unlimited. Systems possessing limits will be required to define the
                  restrictions.
              (d) The system shall be capable of real-time verbal alarm notification
                  acknowledgement, data acquisition, and control from any land or cellular
                  telephone.
              (e) The HMI shall provide at minimum 999 alarm priorities and 5 separate color
                  displays based on alarm status and priority.

          21. HMI TRENDING:
              (a) The HMI shall automatically perform time based, user defined, and periodic
                  collection of real time point data. The HMI shall be capable of displaying data
                  as an X/Y Chart in any display frame and storing data in a SQL or ODBC
                  format for access from third party applications.
              (b) The HMI shall be capable of logging at minimum 20,000 real-time data points
                  in 20 milliseconds or less. Systems unable to log data at the aforementioned
                  rates shall provide one dedicated HMI platform as a trend server for future
                  expansion
              (c) The HMI sampling rates shall be user-definable from one per second to once
                  a week. Collection of data shall be user-definable to start and stop on
                  specific times and dates.
              (d) The HMI shall have the ability to display an unlimited number of X/Y charts
                  within a display frame. The HMI shall be capable of logging any point in the
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                      clearly displayed X/Y Chart. The system shall be capable of visually
                      formatting the data as follows: Average Mean, Standard Deviation, Simple
                      Average, Current Value, Cycle Length, Cycle High and Cycle Low. X/Y
                      Charting shall provide for the following chart manipulation: display, zoom,
                      scroll, centering, pen legend and export to a Microsoft Excel compatible
                      format.

              22. HMI REPORTING:
                  (a) The HMI shall incorporate user configurable daily, weekly, monthly
                      scheduling of reports. The HMI shall provide a graphical wizard for report
                      development. Information contained in the reports, as a minimum, shall
                      include time, date stamp, alarm history, and trend data.
                  (b) The HMI shall compile and print reports by user, company, department, time,
                      date, period, and data points.
                  (c) The HMI shall provide user-definable report definitions to be saved allowing
                      reports to be printed on demand or at timed intervals. Printed reports shall
                      automatically identify the operator, time, date, and configurable parameters
                      on a cover page. The HMI shall allow any or all information to be combined,
                      sorted, displayed, archived, and/or printed as a single report.

          C. PROTOCOL ANALYZER
             1. The software package shall include the following three tools for network analysis
                and monitoring with the listed diagnostics functions:
                (a) Protocol Analyzer Packet Logging Tool.
                    i. Packet Display Contents: Packet number, packet size, time stamp,
                          packet attributes, service type, transaction number, source address,
                          destination address, network variable, message class and message
                          code.
                    ii. Packet Display Attributes: Priority, alternate path, authentication and
                          response.
                    iii. Configurable Display Attributes: Visible packet fields, font name and size
                          and column widths.
                    iv. Packet Log Options: Log size and fixed size or circular log.
                    v. Packet Match Options: Node name, network variable name, message
                          code and transactions.
                    vi. Packet Type Receive Filter Options: Ack, acked, acked/reminder,
                          challenge, reply, request, request/reminder, response, unacked, unacked
                          repeat and unknown.
                    vii. Packet Source Node Receive Filter Options: Node name, Neuron ID and
                          subnet/node ID.
                    viii. Packet Destination Node Receive Filter Options: Node name, Neuron ID,
                          subnet/node ID, group ID and broadcast address.
                    ix. Packet Source or Destination Receive Filter Options: Network variable
                          name and message code name.
                    x. Detected Error Conditions: CRC error, time-out error, packet too short,
                          packet too long, preamble too short and preamble too long.
                (b) Traffic Analysis Tool.
                    i. Collective Options: Cumulative or snapshot.
                    ii. Summary Data: Start time, update time, elapsed time, total packets
                          received, average packet size, average packets per second, maximum
                          packets per second, bandwidth utilization, packet counts, network error
                          counts, total errors and error rate.
                    iii. Packet Count Categories: Ack, acked, acked/reminder, challenge, reply,
                          request, request/reminder, response, unacked, and unacked repeat and
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                     iv. Network Error Count Categories: CRC errors, time-out error, packet too
                         long, preamble too short, preamble too long and packets lost.
                     v. Data Available via DDE: All summary data.

                 (c) Network Diagnostics Tool.
                     i. Commands: Ping, proxy ping, status (test), proxy status, reset, off-line,
                          on-line, wink and clear error log, reset cause and statistics.
                     ii. Test Data: Software version, most recent error, and most recent reset
                          cause and node statistics.
                     iii. Command Options: Interval or number of operations.
                     iv. Node Statistics: Transaction errors, transaction time-outs, receive
                          transactions full, lost messages, missed messages, number of packets
                          transmitted at layer 3, number of packets received at layer 3, number of
                          packets received at layer 4, retries, backlog overflow, late
                          acknowledgments and collisions.



          D. NETWORK MANAGEMENT DATABASE SERVER
                (a) Provide one dedicated computer to allow access to the network database by
                    remote client tools The computer shall serve as the network database server
                    during the installation and commissioning of network subsystems or channels
                    that are commissioned prior to the BAS LAN being commissioned.
                (b) The network management database server shall include the following
                    minimum specifications:
                    i. Intel Pentium III Xeon Processor 450MHz with 512K Cache
                    ii. 256MB 100 Mhx ECC SDRAM expandable to 2 GB
                    iii. VX1100 19” Color Monitor
                    iv. 9GB 10K Ultra2 SCSI drive w/Ultra2 Controller
                    v. 3.5” 1.44MB Diskette Drive
                    vi. 13Xmin. / 32Xmax. SCSI CD-ROM
                    vii. Slots: One AGP, Five PCI and One ISA
                    viii. 10-bay Tower Case
                    ix. 104+Keyboard
                    x. 3COM PCI 10/100 Twisted Pair Ethernet w/WOL
                    xi. MS IntelliMouse and Mouse Pad
                    xii. Intel LANDesk Client Manager Software Version 3.3
                    xiii. Microsoft Windows NT V4.0 Workstation
                    xiv. McAfee Anti-Virus Software
                    xv. One (1) parallel printer: Epson LX-300, 80 column 160 cps tractor feed,
                          for reports, alarms and exception messages.
                    xvi. A built-in read/write CD-ROM, for the purpose of manually and
                          automatically backing up fixed system data, shall be provided.
                    xvii. Provide HMI to HMI communications via an IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps
                          Ethernet Network Adapter. The Ethernet adapter shall support early
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2.10      ELECTRONIC INPUT/OUTPUT DEVICES
          A. Sensors and Transmitters
             1. Provide sensors and transmitters required as outlined in the input/output
                summary and sequence of operation, and as required to achieve the specified
                accuracy as specified herein.
             2. Temperature transmitters shall be equipped with individual zero and span
                adjustments. The zero and span adjustments shall be non-interactive to permit
                calibration without iterative operations. Provide a loop test signal to aid in sensor
                calibration.
             3. Temperature transmitters shall be sized and constructed to be compatible with
                the medium to be monitored. Transmitters shall be equipped with a linearization
                circuit to compensate for non-linearities of the sensor and bridge and provide a
                true linear output signal.
             4. Temperature sensors shall be of the resistance type and shall be either three-
                wire 100 ohm platinum RTD, or two-wire 1000 ohm platinum RTD.
             5. Thermistors are acceptable provided the mathematical relationship of a
                thermistor with respect to resistance and temperature with the thermistor fitting
                constraints is contained with the CU operating software and the listed accuracy‟s
                can be obtained. Submit proof of the software mathematical equation and
                thermistor manufacturer fitting constants used in the thermistor
                mathematical/expressions. Thermistors shall be of the Thermistor (NTC) Type
                with a minimum of 100 ohm/F. resistance change versus temperature to insure
                good resolution and accuracy. Thermistors shall be certified to be stable ±0.24F.
                over 5 years and ±0.36F. accurate and free from drift for 5 years.
             6. CU operating software shall be equipped with a self-calibrating feature for
                temperature sensors.
             7. The following point type accuracies are required and include errors associated
                with the sensor, lead wire and A to D conversion.

                  Point Type                        Accuracy
                  Outside Air                       5
                  Chilled Water                     5
                  Room Temperature                  .00
                  Hot Water/Steam                   .75
                  Duct Temperature                  .50
                  Calculations                      1

              8. Sensors used in BTU or process calculations shall be accurate to ±0.10. over
                 the process temperature range. Submit a manufacturer's calibration report
                 indicating that the calibration certification is traceable to the National Bureau of
                 Standards (NBS) Calibration Report Nos. 209527/222173.

              9. Thermowells
                 (a) When thermowells are required, the sensor and well shall be supplied as a
                     complete assembly including well head and greenfield fitting.
                 (b) Thermowells shall be pressure rated and constructed in accordance with the
                     system working pressure
                 (c) Thermowells and sensors shall be mounted in a threadolet or 1/2" NPT
                     saddle and allow easy access to the sensor for repair or replacement.
                 (d) Thermowells shall be constructed of the following materials:
                     i. Chilled and Hot Water; brass.
                     ii. Condenser Water and Steam; 316 stainless steel.
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          10. Outside Air Sensors
              (a) Outside air sensors shall be designed to withstand the environmental
                  conditions to which they will be exposed. They shall also be provided with a
                  solar shield.
              (b) Sensors exposed to wind velocity pressures shall be shielded by a perforated
                  plate surrounding the sensor element.
              (c) Temperature transmitters shall be of NEMA 3R construction and rated for
                  ambient temperatures.

          11. Duct Type Sensors
              (a) Duct mount sensors shall mount in a hand box through a hole in the duct and
                  be positioned so as to be easily accessible for repair or replacement. A
                  neoprene grommet (sealtite fitting and mounting plate) shall be used on the
                  sensor assembly to prevent air leaks.
              (b) Duct sensors shall be insertion type and constructed as a complete assembly
                  including lock nut and mounting plate. Duct sensors probe shall be
                  constructed of 304 stainless steel.
              (c) For outdoor air duct applications, use a weatherproof mounting box with
                  weatherproof cover and gasket.

          12. Averaging Duct Type Sensors
              (a) For ductwork greater any dimension than 48 inches and/or where air
                  temperature stratification exists, utilize an averaging sensor with multiple
                  sensing points. The averaging sensor shall be a 304 stainless steel tube with
                  holes extending across the duct or plenum to be sampled. A bleed hole
                  outside the duct or plenum causes air to enter the sample tube and exit at the
                  bleed hole, thus bathing the sensor in average air. The averaging sensor
                  shall be installed complete with end cap, compression fittings, gaskets,
                  mounting flange and required accessories.
              (b) Provide capillary supports at the sides of the duct to support the sensing
                  string.

          13. Intelligent LonMark Room Sensors
              (a) Room temperature sensors are to be provided with a cover to prevent
                   accidental damage.
              (b) Terminal unit temperature sensors all are of the thermistor (NTC) type with a
                   100 ohm resistance change versus temperature change to insure good
                   resolution and accuracy.
              (c) Sensor shall be supplied with a vertical base for mounting on a standard
                   single gang junction box supplied by the NI .
              (d) Provide an integrated thermistor, Neuron Chip and (Power Line, FTT)
                   Transceiver for communication with the VAV power line communication
                   network.
              (e) Temperature sensor cover plate shall be vandal proof, flush mounted
                   stainless steel with hex head hardware.
              (f) Sensor shall include network access points wired directly to network media
                   segment

          14. Relative Humidity Sensors/Transmitter
              (a) The sensor shall be a solid state, resistance type relative humidity sensor of
                  the Bulk Polymer Design. The sensor element shall be washable and shall
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              (b) Humidity transmitter shall be equipped with non-interactive span and zero
                  adjustments, a 2 wire isolated loop powered, 4-20ma, 0-100 VDC linear
                  proportional output.
              (c) The humidity transmitter shall meet the following overall accuracy including
                  lead loss and A to D conversion.
                  i. Room Type Sensor ±3% RH
                  ii. Duct Type Sensor ±2% RH

              (d) Outside air relative humidity sensors shall be installed in a rain proof,
                  perforated cover. The transmitter shall be installed in a NEMA 3R enclosure
                  with sealtite fittings and stainless steel bushings.
              (e) Provide a single point humidity calibrator, if required, for field calibration.
                  Transmitters shall be shipped factory pre-calibrated.
              (f) Duct type sensing probes shall be constructed of 304 stainless steel and be
                  equipped with a neoprene grommet, bushings and a mounting bracket.

          15. Differential Pressure Transmitters and Accessories

              (a) Pressure transmitters shall be constructed to withstand 100% pressure over-
                  range without damage and to hold calibrated accuracy when subject to a
                  momentary 40% over-range input.
              (b) Pressure transmitters shall provide the option to transmit a 0 to 5V dc, 0 to
                  10V dc, or 4 to 20 mA output signal.
              (c) Differential pressure transmitters used for flow measurement shall be sized to
                  the flow sensing device and shall be supplied with shutoff and bleed valves in
                  the high and low sensing pick-up lines (3 valve manifolds).
              (d) Provide a minimum of a NEMA 1 housing for the transmitter. Locate
                  transmitters in accessible local control panels wherever possible.
              (e) Low air pressure, differential pressure transmitters used for room
                  pressurization control (i.e. laboratories, OR‟s clean rooms, etcetera) shall be
                  equipped with a LED display indicating the transmitter output signal.
              (f) Duct sensing pressure applications shall utilize a static pressure traverse
                  probes.

          16. Low Air Pressure Applications
              (a) The pressure transmitter shall be capable of transmitting a linear electronic
                  signal proportional to the differential of the room and reference static
                  pressure input signals with the following minimum performance
                  specifications.

                  i.     Span: Not greater than two times the design space DP.
                  ii.    Accuracy: Plus or minus 0.5% of F.S.
                  iii.   Dead Band: Less than 0.3% of output.
                  iv.    Repeatability: Within 0.2% of output.
                  v.     Linearity: Plus or minus 0.2% of span.
                  vi.    Response: Less than one second for full span input.
                  vii.   Temperature Stability: Less than 0.01% output shift per degree change.

              (b) The transmitter shall utilize variable capacitance sensor technology and be
                  immune to shock and vibration.

          17. Medium to High Air Pressure Applications
              (a) The pressure transmitter shall be similar to the Low Air Pressure Transmitter
                  except the performance specifications are not as severe. Provide differential
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                      i.   Zero & span: (% F.S./Deg.): .041% including linearity, hysteresis and
                           repeatability
                      ii. Accuracy: 1% F.S. (best straight line)
                      iii. Static Pressure Effect: 0.5% F.S.
                      iv. Thermal Effects: <±.03% F.S./Deg.

              18. Low Differential, Water Pressure Applications
                  (a) The differential pressure transmitter shall be of industrial quality and transmit
                      a linear, 4 to 20mA output in response to variation of flow meter differential
                      pressure or water pressure sensing points.
                  (b) The differential pressure transmitter shall have non-interactive zero and span
                      adjustments adjustable from the outside cover and meet the following
                      performance specifications.

                      i.     .Suitable input differential pressure range
                      ii.    4 - 20 mA output
                      iii.   Maintain accuracy up to 20 to 1 ratio turndown
                      iv.    Reference Accuracy:  0.2% of full span

                  (c) Provide a two-year warranty for each transmitter. Replace all transmitters
                      found to be defective at no cost to the Owner during the warranty period.

              19. Medium to High Differential Water Pressure Applications
                  (a) The differential pressure transmitter shall meet the low pressure transmitter
                      specifications except the following:

                      i.   Differential pressure range.
                      ii.  Reference Accuracy: ±l% of full span (includes non-linearity, hysteresis,
                           and repeatability)
                      iii. Warrantee: 1 year.

              20. Bypass Valve Assembly: Mount stand-alone pressure transmitters in a bypass
                  valve assembly panel. The panel shall be constructed to NEMA 1 standards. The
                  transmitter shall be installed in the panel with hi and low connections piped and
                  valved. Air bleed units, bypass valves and compression fittings shall be provided.

             21. Intelligent Space Static Pressure Sensors:
                      i. Low pressure type differential pressure transmitter.
                      ii. Integrated Neuron Chip controller.
                      iii. Power Line or TP/FT-10 network transceiver.
                      iv. Integral power supply for transmitter controller and transceiver.
          B. Valve & Damper Actuators
             1. Electronic Valve & Damper Actuators
                 (a) Electronic actuators shall be electric, direct-coupled type capable of being
                      mounted over the shaft of the damper. They shall be approved by a suitable
                      safety or regulatory agency and the manufacturer shall provide a 2-year
                      unconditional warranty from the date of commissioning. Power consumption
                      shall not exceed 8 watts or 15 VA of transformer sizing capacity per high
                      torque actuator nor 2 watts or 4 VA for VAV actuators. Sound level shall not
                      exceed 45 dB for high torque or 35 dB for VAV actuators.
                 (b) Electronic overload protection shall protect actuator motor from damage. If
                      damper jams actuator shall not burn-out. Internal end switch type actuators
                      are not acceptable. Actuators may be mechanically and electrically paralleled
                      on the same shaft to multiply the available torque. A reversing switch shall be
                      provided to change action from direct to reverse in relation to control signal
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          2. Control Dampers Actuators
             (a) OA, RA and EXH actuators shall be spring return type for safety functions.
                 Individual battery backup or capacitor return is not acceptable. With approval
                 a central battery pack NSV system similar to a UPS system may be used with
                 a battery checking circuit to the DDC automation system. Daily verification of
                 battery performance shall be incorporated in the programming.
             (b) The control circuit shall be fully modulating using 2 - 10 volt or 4 - 20 mA
                 signals. Accuracy and repeatability shall be within + or -1/21 of control signal.
                 A 2 - 10 v or 4 - 20 mA signal shall be produced by the actuator which is
                 directly proportional to the shaft clamp position which can be used to control
                 actuators which are paralleled off a master motor or to provide a feedback
                 signal to the automation system indicating damper position. Accuracy shall be
                 within + or - 2.5%.
             (c) Face and bypass dampers and other control dampers shall be modulating
                 using the same control circuit detailed above but shall not be spring return.

          3. Miscellaneous Damper Actuators
             (a) OA combustion and ventilation air intake and EXH damper actuators shall be
                 2 position spring return closed if any water piping, coils or other equipment in
                 the space which the damper serves needs to be protected from freezing.
                 Otherwise drive open, drive closed type 2 position may be used.
             (b) Provide auxiliary switches on damper shaft or blade switch to prove damper
                 has opened on all air handling equipment handling 100% outside air and
                 greater than 2.5" TSP.

          4. Air Terminals
             (a) Air terminal actuators shall be fully modulating floating (drive open, drive
                  closed) 3 wire control or use control circuit as detailed in control dampers
                  depending on the controllers requirements.

          5. Inlet Vanes Actuators
             (a) Inlet vane actuators shall provide at least 150% of the minimum torque
                  specified by the manufacturer as necessary to operate vanes properly. Either
                  direct coupled or gear train with linkages are acceptable as required. The
                  control loop for static control or the actuator shall operate slowly enough to
                  avoid hunting and maintain stable control. See automation system
                  specifications for details.

          6. Combination Smoke and Fire Damper Actuators
             (a) Actuators shall be factory mounted and connected to the damper section and
                 shall conform to suitable safety or regulatory agency approved specifications.

          7. Valve Actuators
             (a) Actuators shall have a gear release button on all non-spring return models to
                 allow manual setting. The actuator shall have either an insulating air gap
                 between it and the linkage or a non-conducting thermoplastic linkage. Care
                 shall be taken to maintain the actuator's operating temperatures and humidity
                 within its specifications. Pipes shall be fully insulated and heat shields shall
                 be installed if necessary. Condensation may not form on actuators and shall
                 be prevented by a combination of insulation, air gap, or other thermal break.
             (b) The control circuit shall be fully modulating using 2 - 10 volt or 4 - 20 mA
                 signals. Accuracy and repeatability shall be within 1/21 of control signal. A 2 -
                 10 v or 4 - 20 mA signal shall be produced by the actuator which is directly
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                  actuators which are paralleled off a master motor or to provide a feedback
                  signal to the automation system indicating valve position.
              (c) Valve body and actuators shall be shipped fully assembled and tested at the
                  valve factory prior to shipment.

          8. Control Valve Actuators (4 inch and larger).
             (a) The valve actuator shall consist of a permanent split capacitor, reversible
                 type electric motor which drives a compound epicycle gear. The electric
                 actuator shall have visual mechanical position indication, readable from a
                 distance, showing output shaft and valve position. Unit shall be mounting
                 directly to the valves without brackets and adapters, or readily adapted to suit
                 all other types quarter-turn valves.
             (b) The actuator shall have an integral terminal strip, which, through conduit
                 entries, will ensure simple wiring to power supplies. Cable entries shall have
                 been approved by a suitable safety or regulatory agency, recommended
                 gland stops within the NPT hole to prevent glands from being screwed in too
                 far and damaging cable.
             (c) The actuator shall be constructed to withstand high shock and vibrations
                 without operations failure. The actuator cover shall have captive bolts to
                 eliminate loss of bolts when removing the cover from the base. One copy of
                 the wiring diagram shall be provided with the actuator.
             (d) The actuator shall have a self-locking gear train that is permanently lubricated
                 at the factory. The gearing shall be run on ball and needle bearings.
                 Actuators with high output torque shall have two adjustable factory calibrated
                 mechanical torque limit switches of the single-pole, double-throw type. The
                 motor shall be fitted with thermal overload protection. Motor rotor shaft shall
                 run in ball bearings at each end of motor.
             (e) The actuator housing shall be hard anodized aluminum for full environmental
                 protection.
             (f) The environmental temperature range of the actuator shall be -30C to +60C
                 (-20F to +140F).
             (g) For intermittent on/off service, the actuator shall be rated at a 20% duty cycle
                 (i.e., 12 minutes extended duty in every hour, or alternatively; one complete
                 cycle every 2 minutes). For more frequent cycling and modulating service, an
                 actuator shall be rated for continuous duty. The actuator rated for continuous
                 duty shall be capable of operating 100% of the time at an ambient
                 temperature of 40C.
             (h) The actuator shall have an integral self-locking gear train. Motor brakes shall
                 not be required to maintain desired valve position. Levers or latches shall not
                 be required to engage or disengage the manual override. Mechanical travel
                 stops, adjustable to 15 in each direction of 90 rotation shall be standard, as
                 well as two adjustable travel limit switches with electrically isolated contacts.
                 Additional adjustable switches shall be available as option.
             (i) Single Phase Motor: The motor shall have Class B insulation capable of
                 withstanding locked-rotor for 25 seconds without overheating. Wiring shall
                 also be Class B insulation. An auto-reset thermal cut-out protector shall be
                 embedded in the motor windings to limit heat rise to 80C in a 40C ambient.
                 All motors shall be capable of being replaced by simply disconnecting the
                 wires and then removing mounting bolts. Disassembly of gears shall not be
                 required to remove the motor.
             (j) Materials of Construction: The electric actuator shall have a pressure die-
                 cast, hard anodized aluminum base and cover. The compound gear shall be
                 made of die-cast, hard anodized aluminum or steel. An alloy steel worm gear
                 shall be provided for manual override and torque limiting. Bearings for gears
                 shall be of the ball and needle type; bronze bearings shall be used on the
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                    (k) Accessories: Potentiometer for providing continuous feedback of actuator
                        position at the CU (for valves specified position feedback).

          C.        PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES
               1.    PRESSURE SWITCHES
                    (a) Differential Pressure Switches. All pressure-sensing elements shall be
                        corrosion resistant. Pressure sensing elements shall be bourdon tubes,
                        bellows, or diaphragm type. Units shall have tamper-proof adjustable range
                        and differential pressure settings.
                    (b) Pressure sensor switch contacts shall be snap action micro-switch type.
                        Sensor assembly shall operate automatically and reset automatically when
                        conditions return to normal. Complete sensor assembly shall be protected
                        against vibration at all critical movement pivots, slides and so forth.
                    (c) Differential pressure switches shall be vented to withstand a 50% increase in
                        working pressure without loss of calibration.

               2. Electric Low Limit Thermostat (Freeze Stat)
                  (a) Duct type, fixed differential, range. Sensing element shall be a capillary tube
                      responding to the lowest temperature sensed along any segment of bulb
                      length. Switch shall be rated for 10 amps at full load. Unit shall be manually
                      reset. Provide one low limit thermostat for each section of coil surface area.
                  (b) Provide automatic reset type thermostat set at above freezing on each air
                      handling unit, with a 0 to 120 second delay before the fan shuts down.
                  (c) Provide an additional auto reset type thermostat for remote indication alarm
                      set at above freezing.
                  (d) Provide thermostat override on air handling units for smoke containment in
                      area being served.

               3. Water Flow Switches
                  (a) Suitable safety or regulatory agency approved device, suitable for all service
                      application conditions. Body minimum working pressure rating shall equal or
                      exceed service pressure. Unit shall have two SPDT switches. Actuating flow
                      rated shall be field adjustable for the specified and indicated service. Switch
                      location shall preclude exposure to turbulent or pulsating flow conditions.
                      Flow switch shall not cause pressure drop at maximum system flow rate.

               4. Strap-On Aquastat
                  (a) Suitable safety or regulatory agency approved device, provided with a
                      suitable removable spring clip for attaching aquastat to pipe and a snap-
                      action SPDT switch. Switch setpoint shall be as indicated.

               5. Duct Type Smoke Detector
                  (a) Suitable safety or regulatory agency approved device, duct averaging,
                      photoelectric type smoke detector with low voltage snap-action SPST switch.
                      Provide all fittings, bushings and junction boxes for airtight duct installation.

          D.      FLOW, PRESSURE AND ELECTRICAL MEASURING APPARATUS
               1. Traverse Probe Air Flow Measuring Stations
                  (a) Traverse probes shall be a dual manifolded, cylindrical, type constructed of
                      3003 extruded aluminum with an anodized finish to eliminate surface pitting
                      and unnecessary air friction. The multiple total pressure manifold shall have
                      sensors located along the stagnation plane of the approaching air flow and
                      without the physical presence of forward projecting sensors into the
                      airstream. The static pressure manifold shall incorporate dual offset static
                      tips on opposing sides of the averaging manifold so as to be insensitive to
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               (b) The airflow traverse probe shall not induce a measurable pressure drop, nor
                   shall the sound level within the duct be amplified by its singular or multiple
                   presences in the airstreams. Each airflow-measuring probe shall contain
                   multiple total and static pressure sensors placed at equal distances along the
                   probe length. The number of sensors on each probe and the quantity of
                   probes utilized at each installation shall comply with the ASHRAE Standards
                   for duct traversing.
               (c) Traverse probes shall be accurate to ±25% of the measured airflow range.

          2. Shielded Static Pressure Sensor
             (a) Provide for each zone where required a shielded static pressure sensor
                 suitable for ceiling surface mounting, complete with multiple sensing ports,
                 pressure impulse suppression chamber, airflow shielding, compression
                 takeoff fittings, all contained in a welded stainless steel casing, with polish
                 finish on the exposed surfaces.
             (b) These probes shall be capable of sensing the static pressure in the proximity
                 of the sensor to within 1% of the actual pressure value. while being subjected
                 to a maximum airflow from a radial source.
             (c) The shielded static sensing devices shall be used for both reference and
                 space pressure sensing.
             (d) Pressure sensors used for outside air pressure reference purposes shall be
                 equipped with a conduit seal for pneumatic tubing and bushings for a weather
                 tight installation.

          3. Static Pressure Traverse Probe
             (a) Provide multipoint traverse probes in the duct at each point where static
                 pressure sensing is required.
             (b) Each duct static traverse probe shall contain multiple static pressure sensors
                 located along the exterior surface of the cylindrical probe. Pressure sensing
                 points shall not protrude beyond the surface of the probe.
             (c) The duct static traverse probe shall be of 304 stainless steel construction and
                 be complete with threaded end support rod, sealing washer and nut, and
                 mounting plate with gasket and static pressure signal fitting. The static
                 traverse probe shall be capable of producing a steady, nonpulsating signal of
                 standard static pressure without need for correction factors, with an
                 instrument accuracy of 5% full range

          4. Venturi Flowmeter
             (a) Pressure drop on venturi type flowmeters shall not exceed 0.25" WC. Each
                 venturi low and high-pressure taps shall be equipped with nipples, valves and
                 quick disconnects.
             (b) Equip each venturi with a metal identification tag indicating the size, location,
                 GPM and meter reading for the GPM specified.
             (c) Provide (1) dial differential pressure meter of the proper range to determine
                 piping system flow rate. The meter shall be the property of the Owner.
             (d) Venturi meters shall utilize flanged or screwed connections for removal
                 purposes and shall be rated for the system operating pressures.
             (e) The venturi flow meter shall be factory calibrated to provide a minimum of
                 flow accuracy between actual and factory flow calibration data.

          5.    Current Transformers
               (a) The current transformers shall be designed to be installed or removed without
                   dismantling the primary bus or cables. The transformer shall be of a split core
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                  (b) The core and windings shall be completely encased in a suitable safety or
                      regulatory agency approved thermoplastic rated 94VA. No metal parts shall
                      be exposed other than the terminals.
                  (c) The current transformers shall meet the following specifications:
                  (d) Frequency Limits: 50 to 400 Hz.
                  (e) Insulation: 0.6 KV Class, 10 KV BIL.
                  (f) Accuracy:  1% at 5.0 to 25.0 VA accuracy class with U.P.F. burden.
                  (g) Provide a disconnect switch for each current transformer.

              6. Current Sensing Switches
                 (a) Current sensing switch shall be self-powered with solid-state circuitry and a
                     dry contact output. Current sensing switches shall consist of a solid state
                     current sensing circuit, adjustable trip point, solid state switch, SPDT relay
                     and an LED indicating the on or off status. A conductor of the load shall be
                     passed through the window of the device. It shall accept overcurrent up to
                     twice its trip into range.


2.11      CONTROL VALVES AND DAMPERS
          A. General Control Valve Requirements
                  (a) All automatic control valves shall be linear, fully proportioning, with
                      modulating ball, plug or V-port inner guidelines unless otherwise specified.
                      The valves shall be quiet in operation and fail safe in either normally open or
                      normally closed position in the event of control air failure or loss of electronic
                      output signal.
                  (b) All valves shall be capable of operating in sequence when required by the
                      sequence of operation. All control valves shall be sized by the control
                      manufacturer, and shall be guaranteed to meet the heating and cooling loads
                      as specified. All control valves shall be suitable for the pressure conditions,
                      and shall close against the differential pressures involved. Valve body
                      pressure rating and connection type (screwed or flanged) shall conform to
                      ANSI pressure classifications appropriate for the system working pressures.
          B. Steam Control Valves
                  (a) Steam control valves shall be single-seated type with equal percentage flow
                      characteristics. Preheat valves and direct radiation valves shall be normally
                      open type. Reheat and water heater valves shall be normally closed type.
                  (b) The valve discs shall be composition type for steam pressure up to 35 psig,
                      and shall be of 316 stainless steel for steam pressures above 35 psig or
                      where subject to super heat after pressure reducing valves.
                  (c) Whenever the steam flow rate is such as to require a single valve larger than
                      2", there shall be installed two valves in parallel (which shall operate
                      sequentially), one of which shall not be in excess of 2" in size.
                  (d) Valves shall be sized for full pressure drop when the inlet pressure is 10 psig
                      or below. When the inlet pressure is above 10 psig the valves shall be sized
                      for a pressure drop equal to 45% of absolute inlet pressure PSIA.
          C. Hot and Cold Water Control Valves
                  (a) Hot and cold water globe type control valves shall be single-seated type, with
                      equal percentage flow characteristics. The valve discs shall be composition
                      type and shall be sized using ISA methods.
                  (b) Pressure drop through the valves shall not exceed 5 PSI unless otherwise
                      indicated.
                  (c) Ball valves shall be equipped with 316 stainless steel trim, Teflon seals and
                      adjustable packing gland nuts. Provide a handle for manual operation during
                      start-up and maintenance.
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             1. Reheat valves shall be modulating logarithmic equal percentage type globe or
                 control ball valves as detailed in paragraph C above. 2-position control is not
                 acceptable.
          E. Two Position Control Valves
             1. For open/closed and/or three-way diverting applications, butterfly valves are
                 acceptable and shall be heavy-duty pattern with a body rating comparable to the
                 pipe rating.
             2. Provide each butterfly valve with a replaceable lining suitable for temperature and
                 service requirements.
             3. Equip each with a butterfly valve with disc and stainless steel stem.
             4. Valves used for shut-off or isolation purposes shall be bubble-tight.
          F. Automatic Control Dampers
             1. Automatic dampers shall be multiple blade and sized for the application by the
                 BAS Contractor and/or as indicated on the Drawings.
             2. Submit a schedule of damper sizes to the Vent Contractor, with a copy to the
                 Architect/Engineer within 15 days after being awarded the contract.
             3. Dampers used for throttling airflow shall be of the opposed blade type arranged
                 for normally open or normally closed operation as required. The damper is to be
                 sized so that when wide open the pressure drop is a sufficient amount of its
                 close-off pressure drop to shift the characteristic curve to near linear. Multi-
                 section dampers must be provided with sufficient interconnecting hardware or
                 jackshaft to provide unison operation of all blades in the entire assembly.
             4. Damper frames and blades shall be constructed of either minimum 16 gauge
                 galvanized steel or 14 gauge aluminum and arranged to facilitate field assembly
                 of several individual sections into a large damper area and allow secure fastening
                 of damper frame to the surrounding ductwork, collar or fan housing. Maximum
                 blade length in any section shall be 48". Additional stiffening or bracing shall be
                 provided for any section exceeding 48" in height.
             5. Damper blades shall not exceed eight (8) inches in width. All blades except for
                 fume hood exhaust systems shall be galvanized sheet steel. Blades shall be
                 suitable for high velocity performance.
             6. All damper bearings to be made of nylon. Bushings that turn in the bearing are to
                 be oil impregnated sintered metal. Dampers shall be tight closing, low leakage
                 type with synthetic elastomer seals on the blade edges and on the top, bottom
                 and sides of the frame. Dampers shall not leak in excess of 8 CFM per square
                 foot when closing against 4" w.g. static pressure.
             7. Leakage and flow characteristics charts shall be submitted to the Architect for
                 review.



2.12           PNEUMATIC TUBING
              1. Pneumatic control air lines shall be hard drawn copper tubing where a run is
                 exposed, with either hard drawn or annealed tubing used where concealed. Runs
                 shall be parallel to or at right angles to the structure and only tool made bends will
                 be acceptable. Special FR (Fire Retardant) tubing may be run in covered
                 raceways. Runouts from raceways to the control devices shall not exceed three
                 feet. Main and branch lines above dropped ceilings and in other concealed but
                 accessible locations may be FR tubing, provided that it is run parallel to or at right
                 angles to the structure, properly supported and installed in a neat and
                 workmanlike manner.
              2. Identify each item, mounted on the face of a control panel, with an engraved
                 nameplate (1/4” high engraved letters minimum). Identify each item of control
                 equipment (except room sensors and thermostats), with stamped tape, firmly
                 attached to equipment (1/4” high letters minimum).




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          3. Thermostats or sensors mounted on outside walls shall be mounted on 1”
             minimum thickness, rigid fiberglass insulating base (or equal).
          4. All thermostat bulbs in water lines shall be installed in separable wells, packed
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Part 3            Execution
3.01      GENERAL
          A. Provide related items and work indicated on the Mechanical, Electrical and Building
             Automation System Drawings and items and work called for in this Section of the
             Specifications. This includes all incidentals, equipment, services, hoisting,
             scaffolding, supports, tools, supervision, labor, consumable items, fees, licenses, etc.,
             necessary to provide complete systems. Perform start up and commissioning on
             each control product, subsystem, and system to provide fully operable systems in
             accordance with the specified functional performance.
          B. Provide and install devices, relays, switches, thermostats, sensors, dampers, conduit,
             wiring, and tubing to provide a complete temperature regulation and control operation
             system. All wiring shall be run according to building lines (no angles) and concealed
             where possible. All wiring shall be installed in a workmanlike manner as outlined in
             the National Electrical Code. Electrical inspection sign off does not remove Owner‟s
             right to refuse acceptance of the electrical installation for incorrect or noncompliance
             with NEC. Installation must comply with all local control system electrical codes.
          C. Comply with applicable codes and ordinances. If any conflict arises between these
             Specification and Drawings or codes and ordinances, immediately notify the Architect.
             Do not deviate from the Drawings and Specifications nor install any work, which may
             be in conflict with codes and ordinances until the conflict is resolved and the solution
             accepted by the Architect.
          D. Contractor is responsible for providing a complete and operational system as called
             out in the description of operation and/or in the points list summary and/or the
             mechanical/electrical drawings for this project. Any item referenced in one part of the
             system documentation but not listed elsewhere shall be covered under contractors
             pricing (i.e. damper called out in sequence but not indicated on drawings).
          E. In addition to the requirements for submittals stated in the General Conditions of the
             project specifications provide additional submittals as specified in this Division of
             Work.
          F. The Mechanical, Electrical and Building Automation System Drawings show the
             general arrangement of the respective systems. Follow these drawings, as closely as
             actual building construction and the work of other trades will permit. Provide devices,
             fittings, and accessories, which may be required but not shown on the Drawings or
             specified herein. Investigate conditions affecting the work and arrange the work
             accordingly. Provide modifications and accessories as may be required to meet such
             conditions.

3.02      COORDINATION OF WORK
          A. Examine and compare the BAS Specifications and Drawings with the Specifications
             and Drawings of the other trades and report any discrepancies between them to the
             Architect. Obtain the Architect‟s written instructions for changes necessary in the
             BAS work. Install and coordinate the BAS work in cooperation with the other trades
             installing interrelated work. All changes required in the work of the Contractor,
             caused by noncompliance with the specifications, shall be made at contractor‟s
             expense.
          B. Other trades may provide certain LonMark compliant products and systems.
             Examine the Contract Documents to ascertain these requirements.
          C. Carefully check space requirements with other trades to insure that all material can
             be installed in the allotted spaces, including above finished suspended ceilings.
          D. Wherever work interconnects with work of other trades, coordinate with other trades
             to insure that all trades have the information necessary so that they may properly
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          E. Coordinate, protect and schedule work with other trades in accordance with the
             construction sequence.
          F. Install the BAS work to permit removal (without damage to other parts) of other parts
             requiring periodic replacement or maintenance.
          G. Make certain that all materials selected directly or selected by suppliers conform to
             the requirements of the Specifications. Transmittal of such Specification information
             to persons manufacturing and supplying materials to the project, and rigid adherence
             thereto, is the Contractor‟s responsibility.

3.03      WIRING INSTALLATION
          A. GENERAL
             1. Mark the covers of all EMCS junction boxes with “EMCS” using a permanent
                 label.
             2. Provide supervised field-wiring for all alarm panel monitoring points, asset
                 protection points (safeties, sump pumps, maintenance alarms) and all points
                 identified to include supervised wiring on the points schedule.
             3. Where conduit is attached to vibrating or rotating equipment, flexible metal
                 conduit with a minimum length of 18 inches and maximum length of 36 inches
                 shall be installed and anchored in such a manner that vibration and equipment
                 noise will not be transmitted to the rigid conduit.
             4. Where exposed to the elements or in damp or wet locations, waterproof flexible
                 conduit shall be installed. Installation shall be as specified for flexible metal
                 conduit.
             5. Comply with all Installation Requirements of the Electrical Division.
          B. Wiring greater than 30 volts:
             1. Install all conductors and cable enclosed in raceway.
             2. Exposed, unfinished locations, such as mechanical rooms and below accessible
                 raised flooring: Conductors and cable plenum rated (where local code or officials
                 allow).
             3. Concealed, unfinished locations, such as ceiling plenums, ceiling spaces, shafts,
                 crawl spaces, tunnels: Conductors enclosed in raceway and cable enclosed in
                 raceway or plenum-rated cable (where local code or officials allow).
             4. Control panels: route all wiring and cabling via cable trough and wrap with flexible
                 connection at the door hinge.
             5. For industrial/manufacturing space provide, at a minimum, conduit protection of
                 all control system wiring up to 20 feet from floor. All control wiring overhead must
                 be routed with other conduit, duct, or structural beams.
          C. Twisted-Pair Communications Media
             1. Do not install shielded cable for the twisted pair network communication
                 channels. Avoid running the cable near excessively electrically noisy equipment.
                 If shielded cable is necessary and specified on the contract drawings, terminate
                 the shield to ground at each device on the segment using the RC circuit specified
                 in the Echelon Junction box and Wiring guide
             2. Install the network communications segments for device channels in a bus
                 topology. Install the network communications segments for all backbone channels
                 in a bus topology.
             3. Provide all network communication cable terminations to network control devices
                 and network infrastructure components.
             4. Only use the transceiver manufacturers recommended cable types. Do not mix
                 cable types from different manufacturers on the same segment.
             5. In the case of link powered segments, ensure that the cable type chosen and the
                 channel link power loading delivers the correct supply voltage to link powered
                 devices over all temperatures.
             6. Ensure that the cable length for the main run and stubs do not exceed the
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                 TP/XF-1250 stubs shall not exceed .3 meters and TP/FT-10 stubs shall not
                 exceed 3 meters.
             7. Splicing of stubs to the communications bus shall be accomplished using vapor
                 tight connections such as soldered, screw terminal blocks, or crimped
                 connectors. Wire nut connections are not acceptable
             8. Only use physical layer repeaters or routers to extend segment lengths. Do not
                 exceed one physical layer repeater per segment.
             9. Communication conduits shall not be installed closer than six feet from high
                 power transformers or run parallel within six feet of electrical high power cables.
                 Care shall be taken to route the cable as far from interference generating devices
                 as possible.
             10. There shall be no power wiring, in excess of 120 VAC RMS, run in conduit with
                 communications wiring. In cases where power wiring is run in conduit raceways
                 with communication wiring, all communication wiring and signal wiring shall
                 include the same insulation ratings.
             11. Ensure that the correct segment termination method is used. Doubly terminate
                 TP/XF-1250 and TP/FT-10 segments in bus topology. Use single point
                 termination for TP/FT-10 segments in free topology. Only use the recommended
                 termination network.
             12. Locate the link power supply for a segment so that the voltage to link powered
                 devices is kept within specification. Typically it helps to install the link power
                 supply in the middle of the segment.
             13. For TP/XF-1250 and TP/FT-10 segments, ensure that the node count and
                 distribution complies with that specified in the Echelon Junction Box and Wiring
                 Guidelines and the transceiver users guides.
             14. For TP/FT-10 segments using free topology, ensure that the node count and
                 maximum node to node distance is not exceeded. Label each segment every 5
                 meters with the channel identification and label each junction box with the
                 channel number identification contained within.
             15. Provide network access points for each device channel consisting of an
                 accessible wall mounted miniature mono female communications jack. Label
                 each access point with the associated channel number.
          D. TWISTED PAIR MEDIA TERMINATION
             1. All LonWorks terminators are AC coupled resistors or RC-combinations and
                 present a complex impedance to the network. DC-based multi-meter devices are
                 therefore not appropriate to measure or verify the correct termination of a
                 LonWorks network. The complex impedance “Z” must be measured using an AC
                 bridge.
             2. It is imperative in the case of a link power channel, that the link power supply is
                 turned off and fully discharged before any measurements are taken. In the case
                 of power line transceiver based networks, any supply voltage must also be
                 removed.
             3. Measure and record the impedance between the network cable pair at any point
                 on a channel. Given a measurement at 1kHz, the readings should be in the
                 magnitude indicated by the following table:




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                             Terminator                                                     |Z| @ 1kHz
                                                R1      R2       R3       C1       C2
                             Schematics                                                      (approx.)

                                      C1        52.3
                  Free
                                                                         100      100
                Topology                          
                                                                         F,      F,           55 Ω
               (TP/FT-10,
                                  R1
                                           A    ±1%,
                                                                        50V     50V
               TP/LP-10)              C2
                                                1/8W



                                      C1
           Bus Topology                         105                     100      100
            (TP/FT-10,            R1       B    ±1%,                     F,      F,           54 Ω
            TP/LP-10)                           1/8W                    50V     50V
                                      C2




                                           C1
                                 R1                                     0.15     0.33
                                                                         F,      F,
           Bus Topology                         59    340     102
                                           C2                           50V     50V
            (TP/XF-78,           R2             ±1%,   ±1%,     ±1%,                            220 Ω
                                                                        metal    metal
           TP/XF-1250)                     C    1/8W   1/8W     1/8W
                                                                        polye    polye
                                                                         ster     ster
                                  R3



                                                                         0.47
                                      C1
                                                                         F,
                Powerline                       100
                                                                        ±1%,
               Transceiver        R1       D    ±5%,
                                                                         non-
                                                                                                170 Ω
                 Types                          1/4W
                                                                        polari
                                                                         zed
          The values for Z in the table do not take into account cable loop resistance and other factors such
          as the input impedance of any devices on the channel. However, a reading in the indicated area
          should be sufficient as an indicator for correct termination in most cases.

          E.       Control Power Wiring
                1. 120 VAC emergency power or UPS power circuits where required shall be
                   installed by Division 16 contractor.
                2. Power wiring to Division 15 equipment is by Division 16.
                3. Control contractor to provide list/location of all control panels requiring 120 VAC
                   power. 120 VAC dedicated circuits shall be requested for all SGC‟s associated
                   with emergency generator system or UPS power backup control sequences or
                   monitoring.
                4. Request 120 VAC UPS dedicated circuits from Division 16 where required for
                   emergency operation or when available.
                5. Control contractor shall provide final low voltage power supplies and termination
                   of power wiring to network devices and infrastructure components where
                   required.
                6. Provide interlock wiring between supply and return fans, electrical wiring for
                   relays (including power feed) for temperature and pressure indication. Provide
                   interlock wiring between refrigeration machines, pumps and condensing
                   equipment as required for the specified sequence of operation and the
                   refrigeration system integral controller(s). Do not provide interlock wiring if a
                   dedicated digital output has been specified for the equipment or the sequence of
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             7. Provide power wiring, conduit and connections for low temperature thermostats,
                 high temperature thermostats, alarms, flow switches, actuating devices for
                 temperature, humidity, pressure and flow indication, point resets and user
                 disconnect switches for electric heating, appliances controlled by this Section.
          F. Input/Output Control Wiring
             1. RTD wiring shall be three-wire or four-wire twisted, shielded, minimum number 22
                 gauge.
             2. Other analog inputs shall be a minimum of number 22 gauge, twisted, shielded.
             3. Binary control function wiring shall be a minimum of number 18 gauge.
             4. Analog output control functions shall be a minimum of number 22 gauge, twisted,
                 shielded.
             5. Binary input wiring shall be a minimum of number 22 gauge.
             6. Thermistors shall be equipped with the manufacturers calibrated lead wiring.
             7. 120 VAC control wiring shall be #14 THHN in 1/2” conduit. Provide 20% fill extra
                 wire in each conduit.
          G. Conduit and Fittings
             1. Conduit for Control Wiring, Control Cable and Transmission Cable: Electrical
                 metallic tubing (EMT) with compression fittings, cold rolled steel, zinc coated or
                 zinc-coated rigid steel with threaded connections.
             2. Outlet Boxes (Dry Location): Sheradized or galvanized drawn steel suited to each
                 application, in general, four inches square or octagon with suitable raised cover.
             3. Outlet Boxes (Exposed to Weather): Threaded hub cast aluminum or iron boxes
                 with gasket device plate.
             4. Pull and Junction Boxes: Size according to number, size, and position of entering
                 raceway as required by National Electrical Codes. Enclosure type shall be suited
                 to location.
          H. Relays
             1. Relays other than those associated with digital output cards shall be general
                 purpose, enclosed plug-in type protected by a heat and shock resistant duct
                 cover. Number of contacts and operational function shall be as required.
             2. Solid State Relays (SSR): Input/output isolation shall be greater than lOE9 ohms
                 with a breakdown voltage of 1500V root mean square or greater at 60 Hz. The
                 contact life shall be 10 x 10 E6 operations or greater. The ambient temperature
                 range of SSR’s shall be 20 to +140F. Input impedance shall not be less than 500
                 ohms. Relays shall be rated for the application. Operating and release time shall
                 be for 100 milliseconds or less. Transient suppression shall be provided as an
                 integral part of the relay.
             3. Contactors: Contactors shall be of the single coil, electrically operated,
                 mechanically held type. Positive locking shall be obtained without the use of
                 hooks, latches, or semi permanent magnets. Contractor shall be double-break
                 silver-to-silver type protected by arcing contacts. The number of contacts and
                 rating shall be selected for the application. Operating and release times shall be
                 100 milliseconds or less. Contactors shall be equipped with coil transient
                 suppression devices.

3.04      PNEUMATIC SYSTEM INSTALLATION
              1. Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
              2. Mount compressor and tank unit on vibration isolation consisting of springs, with
                 minimum (1.5 inch) static deflection and one inch clearance to floor. Isolate air
                 supply with wire-braid reinforced rubber hose.
              3. Supply instrument air from compressor units through filter, pressure reducing
                 valve, pressure relief valve, with pressure gauges, and shutoff and bypass valves.
              4. Install pressure reducing stations consisting of pressure reducing valve, particle
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            5. Locate refrigerated air dryer in discharge airline from tank. Mount dryer on wall on
                rubber in shear mounts. Install pressure regulator downstream of dryer. Pipe
                automatic drain to nearest floor drain.
            6. Mechanically attach tubing to supporting surfaces. Sleeve through concrete
                surfaces in minimum one-inch (25 mm) sleeves, extend 2 inches (50 mm) above
                floors and one inch (25 mm) below bottom surface of slabs.
            7. Purge tubing with dry, oil-free compressed air before connecting control
                instruments.
            8. Provide instrument air tubing with check and hand valves to expansion tanks with
                Schraeder fittings and hose. Install pressure gauges on branch lines at each
                signal line and at each transmitter excepting individual room controllers.
            9. Check and verify location of thermostats and other exposed control sensors with
                plans and room details before installation. Locate room thermostats 48 inches (1
                200 nm) above floor. Align with lighting switches.
            10. Mount freeze protection thermostats using flanges and element holders.
            11. Provide separable sockets for liquids and flanges for air bulb elements.
            12. Provide valves with position indicators and with pilot positioners where sequenced
                with other controls.
            13. Provide pilot positioners on damper operators sequenced with other controls.
            14. Test pneumatic systems to system pressure maximum of 30 psig (200 kPa).
                Check calibration of instruments. Recalibrate or replace.

3.05      TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE SENSOR INSTALLATION
            1. Temperature and pressure sensors shall require no field calibrations.
            2. Temperature and pressure sensor assemblies shall be readily accessible and
               adaptable to each type of application in such manner as to allow for quick, easy
               replacement and servicing without special tools or skills.
            3. Strap-on mountings, utilizing helical screw stainless steel clamps, shall only be
               permitted on hot water piping up to 2 inches. All other water temperature sensors
               shall be in wells.
            4. Outdoor installations shall be; of weatherproof construction or in appropriate
               NEMA enclosures. These installations shall be protected from solar radiation and
               wind effects. Protective shield shall be stainless steel.
            5. Sensors shall be with enclosure where located in finished space.
            6. Sensors in ducts shall be mounted in locations to sense the correct temperature
               of the air only and shall not be located in dead air spaces or positions obstructed
               by ducts, equipment, and so forth. Locations where installed shall be within the
               vibration and velocity limit of the sensing element. Ducts shall be securely sealed
               where elements or connections penetrate ducts to avoid measuring false
               conditions.
            7. All sensors measuring temperatures in pipes larger than 2 inches in diameter or
               in pressure vessels shall be supplied with wells properly fabricated for the
               service. Wells shall be noncorrosive to the medium being measured and shall
               have sufficient physical strength to withstand pressures and velocities to which
               they are subjected. Wells shall be installed in the piping at elbows where piping is
               smaller than the length of the well to effect proper flow across the entire area of
               the well.

3.06      INSTALLATION OF ACTUATORS
            1. Where damper motors operate outdoor relief, exhaust and fresh air dampers,
               pretension damper drive linkage to ensure tight closure.
            2. Do not install damper motors on ductwork of less than 0.76 mm thick without first
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              3. Where a damper motor is installed on an insulated surface of a duct plenum,
                 mount it on a stand-off bracket so as not to interfere with the continuity of the
                 insulation.
              4. Locate damper motors so that they are easily accessible for testing and servicing.
              5. Damper motors shall be selected for the torque requirements of the damper.
                 Damper operators that are undersized for the application shall be replaced with
                 larger operators, at no extra cost.
              6. Provide one damper motor and linkage for every 2 m2 damper section area, or as
                 required to meet the torque requirements of the damper under design air-flow
                 conditions (or minimum of one damper motor per damper section). Do not use
                 two motors linked together on one shaft, or by jackshaft.

3.07      NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION
          A. All network infrastructure components and wiring shall be installed prior to control
             device installation. For twisted pair networks - install, test, and document test results
             and physical locations of cabling, conduit, and junction boxes on as-built drawings.
          B. Install and commission all routers, physical layer repeaters, and terminators prior to
             control device installations. Test routers with the network management tool,
             document results, and identify physical locations of all routers, repeaters, and
             terminators on as-built drawings.
          C. Coordinate with the electrical contractor and install necessary power supplies for
             infrastructure components and devices prior to device installation where possible prior
             to device installation. Document power source location indicating panel number and
             breaker id on the set of as built drawings, at the source panel, and at each device or
             infrastructure component. Network
          D. Closely coordinate with the Owner‟s Information Technology department for all
             features involving the Owner‟s LAN/WAN, Internet access, IP address allocation and
             coordination, coordination with the Owner‟s firewall(s), etc. Submit a list of specific
             Owner-coordination items required not less than ninety (90) calendar days after
             award of contract.

3.08      CONTROL DEVICE INSTALLATION
          A. Within 15 days of contract award, coordinate with mechanical and electrical
             contractors and identify each physical network device location. Document locations
             on shop drawings and include with submittals provided to architect or owners
             representative.
          B. Provide all isolation and interfacing, and wiring complete the installation of equipment
             items that have integral control systems such as packaged air conditioners, heating
             units and boiler firing systems. Provide all components and circuits and
             interdisciplinary coordination required to interface the controls system for all required
             status monitoring, operational features, and fire management functions. Completely
             test and adjust all systems.
          C. Prior to device installation confirm that wiring for all network media, power supply, and
             I/O has been completed and is available at each location. Notify architect and/or
             owners representative immediately of any discrepancies or missing items.
          D. Install each network device as physically close as possible to that device‟s associated
             I/O hardware with respect to environmental and electrical noise conditions.
          E. All node installation and network installation procedures shall be under the direct
             supervision of a qualified LonWorks NI.
          F. Install and bind nodes in accordance with the manufacturer's written installation
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3.09      NETWORK DEVICE PROGRAMMING
          A. All network device programming, Supervisory HMI, and web browser monitoring and
             control graphics shall be included to implement the controls sequences specified in
             Section 15940, and to implement the systems and features included in Divisions 15
             and 16. It shall not be necessary for the Owner to further program the system.
          B. Provide licensed copies of all software tools and programming aids used to install,
             develop and troubleshoot the controls system to the Owner.
          C. Graphical Displays: Create graphical displays of all major mechanical equipment for
             this project and shall install graphics on the Owner‟s PC-based workstations. At a
             minimum, these graphical displays shall include building floor plans derived from
             architectural AutoCAD representations and graphical representations of the
             equipment controlled under this contract.
          D. Implement the control sequences for the equipment on this project as prescribed in
             the construction documents and drawing sequence of operation descriptions.

3.10      AIR BALANCING
          A. All VAV terminal controllers, static pressure controllers, and variable speed drive
             controllers shall support a fully prompted Air Balance sequence utilizing a compatible
             plug-in configuration tool launched from within the network design/commissioning
             tool. The air balance sequence shall step the balancing contractor through the
             checkout and calibration of the VAV controls and static pressure controls. Upon
             completion of the balancing sequence, the flow values presented shall match those
             observed by the balancing contractor‟s measurement equipment. Additionally, upon
             completion of the air balance, the Control Contractor shall document the initial
             balance settings for future use if the controller were to require replacement. The
             Controls Contractor shall assign an individual full time to assist the air balance
             technician during the air-balancing process to assure full balance compliance.
          B. The air balance plug-in shall have the ability to globally override local setpoint values
             and command all VAV air terminal devices to fully closed, fully open, minimum, and
             maximum damper positions. All air balance settings and values shall be documented
             on the As-Built control drawings for future reference.

3.11      SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE TEST PROCEDURES
          A. General
             1. The successful completion of a SEVEN(7)-day acceptance test as described
                herein is a prerequisite to granting Substantial Performance. Before the
                SEVEN(7)-day acceptance test may begin, the control network must be
                completely operational including the following:
             2. Every point shall be checked end to end to ensure accuracy and integrity of
                systems and be signed off by the Contractor and the Landlord‟s mechanical
                consultant.
             3. Time schedules shall be built and in control of time-controlled equipment.
             4. Graphic displays shall be installed and fully operational for each graphic
             5. Each control loop measured variable, controlled variable and set point if
                calculated, shall be placed on a FIFTEEN (15)- minute continuous trend for at
                least TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours to prove stability of loop.
             6. Each space sensor shall be placed on a THREE (3)-hour trend for One Hundred
                (100) samples.
             7. Runtime totalizer shall be set on all digital outputs.
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              9. The operator shall have been briefed on operation of system.
              10. A trend on one panel shall be set up for a point from every other panel. These
                  points shall also be trended in their own panels for the same intervals.
                  Comparison of the two groups of trends will indicate if any communication
                  problems are occurring during the SEVEN(7)-day test.
              11. All alarms shall be operational.
              12. Calibration of all sensors shall be complete.

          B. SEVEN(7)-Day performance Test
             1. The fire alarm shall be activated to ensure correct action of all fire and smoke
                 sequences.
             2. Network traffic for each device channel shall be measured for 24 hours utilizing a
                 protocol analyzer tool. Channel analysis shall include bandwidth utilization, and
                 error statistics. Reconfigure nodes and/or install additional routers as necessary
                 to maintain traffic to at a maximum of 60% of channel bandwidth capacity.
                 Backbone channels that contain permanent HMI‟s shall consume no more than
                 30% of total bandwidth capacity.
             3. Each network control device, intelligent router, and network interface shall be
                 tested and health verified using the protocol analyzer diagnostics application. The
                 test results shall be recorded and submitted to the architect or owners
                 representative. Test results shall include neuron error log statistics, self test
                 results, and device state information
             4. A power failure for the building shall be simulated and system recovery
                 monitored. A protocol analyzer log shall record the network traffic for each
                 channel for a 60 minute period following building power restoration.
             5. Disable all sending (upstream) devices and simulate connection failures for
                 receiving devices (downstream) that implement fail safe configuration settings.
                 Verify that downstream devices play failsafe values in the event that network
                 variable updates are not detected by downstream devices within the minimum
                 receive update intervals.
             6. The network control system shall be available for the architect or owner
                 representative to exercise all features of the system.
             7. Load/save of panel programs shall be demonstrated.
             8. Demonstration of modem operation shall be required. All network management,
                 monitoring, and control functions of the control network shall be accessed
                 through the modem to verify operation.
             9. Demonstration of hardware low limits and damper interlocks shall be required.
             10. Spot checks of points end-to-end integrity will be carried out. If several problems
                 are identified, a complete reconfirmation of system integrity shall be carried out by
                 the Contractor. When reconfirmation has been completed, the SEVEN(7)-day
                 test will be restarted.
             11. Any upset of system operational functionality greater than 2 hours during the
                 SEVEN(7)-day test shall cause the test to be restarted.
             12. A temporary, fully functional operator interface and alarm printer shall be supplied
                 by the Contractor for the SEVEN(7)-day test period. The printer shall be left on for
                 the entire test. All printouts will be kept for review at completion of the test.
             13. Results of all tests shall be documented by the Contractor and submitted to the
                 architect and owner representative for review.

          C. Training and Demonstrations
             1. The complete training program shall be carried out. It may be convenient to
                 schedule the training during the SEVEN(7)-day test period.
          D. Documentation
             1. The following documentation shall be in place before completion of SEVEN(7)-
                 day test and the granting of Substantial Performance:




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              2. Control Panel layout sheets complete with point name, point address and wire
                 identification number. One copy attached to each respective panel door.
              3. All points tagged with point name, point address and panel number.
              4. System generated data sheets and graphics signed off by both the contractor and
                 the consultant showing successful commissioning of each point.
              5. As-Built control drawings showing interface with existing controls.
              6. As-Built wiring diagrams showing all device locations, infrastructure component
                 locations, control panels, sensors, actuators, ladder diagrams, for associated
                 hardware interlocks, and sequence of operation descriptions for each subsystem
                 within the network design.
              7. Complete Operations & Maintenance Manual.
              8. A copy of each HMI graphical screen page shall be signed off and dated by the
                 Contractor and the Landlord‟s mechanical consultant. Any changes shall be
                 noted. This signed set shall be left on site as the “as-installed drawings”.
              9. In addition, a point summary print-out generated by the supplied system of each
                 group of point types for each panel shall be printed after commissioning and
                 calibration. Each sheet shall be signed by the Contractor‟s commissioning
                 person, and the Landlord‟s mechanical consultant. The print-out shall be stored
                 in a binder on site for reference by all parties. If any changes are noted during
                 spot checks they shall be manually written on the original print out with the date
                 and signature of person noting changes.

3.12      PROJECT ACCEPTANCE
          A. Once the basic requirements are met and all other features of the system are
             complete and acceptable, Substantial Performance shall be granted. A deficiency list
             shall be prepared and holdbacks applied. All deficiencies shall be corrected prior to
             Total Performance. Warranty shall start from the date of Substantial Performance of
             the work.

3.13      EQUIPMENT PROTECTION and CLEANING
          A. The Contractor shall provide adequate means for and shall fully protect all finish parts
             of the materials and equipment against damage during the progress of the work until
             final acceptance.
          B. Equipment and accessories shall be thoroughly cleaned of cement, plaster, and other
             materials; grease and oil spots shall be removed with cleaning solvent and surfaces
             carefully wiped.

3.14      LABELS AND IDENTIFICATION
          A. Identify all equipment and panels. Identification shall be with labels describing
             equipment and panel use and function. Include point names, physical address, and
             space number of the area served on field sensors and actuators.
          B. Labels shall be engraved with contrasting text using bakelite, plastic or metal
             material. Labels shall be mechanically fastened. Valve actuator, control device and
             monitoring equipment identification shall be by labels that are chain attached or
             securely fastened to the equipment or device.
          C. All wires and cables shall be identified with permanent markers at each end. The
             wire designations shall match those on the shop and installation drawings.
          D. Panel labels shall be engraved bakelite or silk screened on metal. Plastic tape labels
             are not acceptable. Submit drawing of panel layout prior to fabrication.

3.15      START-UP
          A. WARRANTY
             1. Equipment, materials and workmanship incorporated into the work shall be
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             2. Within this period, upon notice by the Owner, any defects in the BAS due to faulty
                materials, methods of installation or workmanship shall be promptly (within 48
                hours after receipt of notice) repaired or replaced by the Temperature Control
                sub-contractor at no expense to the Owner
          B. WARRANTY ACCESS
             1. The Owner shall grant to the Temperature Control sub-contractor, reasonable
                access to the BAS during the warranty period. The owner shall allow the
                contractor to access the BAS from a remote location for the purpose of
                diagnostics and troubleshooting, via the Internet, during the warranty period.
          C. ACCEPTANCE TESTING
             1. Upon completion of the installation, the NI contractor shall load all system
                software and start-up the system. The NI contractor shall perform all necessary
                calibration, testing and de-bugging and perform all required operational checks to
                insure that the system is functioning in full accordance with these specifications.
             2. The NI contractor shall perform tests to verify proper performance of
                components, routines, and points. Repeat tests until proper performance results.
                This testing shall include a point-by-point log to validate 100% of the input and
                output points of the DDC system operation.
             3. Upon completion of the performance tests described above, repeat these tests,
                point by point as described in the validation log above in presence of Owner‟s
                Representative, as required. Properly schedule these tests so testing is complete
                at a time directed by the Owner‟s Representative. Do not delay tests so as to
                prevent delay of occupancy permits or building occupancy.
             4. System Acceptance: Satisfactory completion is when the NI contractor has
                performed successfully all the required testing to show performance compliance
                with the requirements of the Contract Documents to the satisfaction of the
                Owner‟s Representative. System acceptance shall be contingent upon completion
                and review of all corrected deficiencies.

3.16      SEQUENCES OF OPERATION
          A. SUMMARY
             1. For each system listed, provide the sequence of operation as stated in this
                section.

       Note to specifiers: This section is designed to provide a clear understanding of what
       points are to be provided in the user interface and what they must be able to do.
       For each building system to be included list the points and the actions the
       Graphical User Interface and/or the Web browser interface must support. Each
       table represents a single system. In each table, enter the name of the system, the
       points desired, and place an “X” in the column indicating the required
       functionality.

              POINT LISTS SUMMARY
              1. The points in the following table shall be accessible from the Graphical User
                 Interface (HMI) and/or the Web browser interface (WBI). The supplier of the IDC
                 and IBC devices shall ensure that the points listed in this table are accessible on
                 their respective networks, by the Network Area Controller (NAC).
              2. The following abbreviations apply to the point table to indicate what level of
                 functionality must be provided:
                               1. D = Display only
                               2. M = Modify value
                               3. A = Alarm
                               4. L = Log



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                               5.   S = Schedule
                              6.    GC = Global supervisory control routine such as demand limiting
 System
 Point                                       D                   M       A       L        S       GC




3.17 FACTORY CALIBRATIONS AND PRE-INSTALLATION SOFTWARE
TESTING
          A. Contractor to provide certification from the manufacturer that controller, sensor, and
              actuator component testing has been completed. Copies of reports shall be made
              available within one week of request of copy. Contractor to test project specific
              database software routines and provide a written test report before downloading at
              the site for start-up - point to point and basic function testing.

3.18      START-UP - POINT-TO-POINT AND BASIC FUNCTION TESTING
          A. Upon completion of component or system installation, the NI contractor shall initiate
             comprehensive point-to-point and basic function testing. Factory calibration and
             bench testing will not be considered acceptable alternates to onsite field-testing.
          B. Start-up/Point to Point Scope
             2. Test all end field devices through proper input/output to graphic and operator
                 interface.
             3. Testing must be complete, detailed and documented on approved point-to-point
                 verification forms.
             4. All field calibration must be done with high quality instrumentation. Test
                 instrumentation selected for calibrating field devices shall be suitable for
                 application. Instruments shall display current (12-month) NIST traceable
                 calibration sticker. Associated instrument calibration certificates shall be made
                 available within 24 hours of request for copy.
             5. Testing and documentation criteria
                 (a) Field device and functionality
                      i. Verify all field devices installed are properly sized or ranged for anticipated
                           operating range. Devices are adjusted for correct position, orientation and full
                           range.
                 (b) Conductor Integrity
                      i. Test all wiring continuity from field devices to correct input/output.
                 (c) Conductor Termination
                      i. Verify all device wire terminations are per submittal package.
                      ii. Verify all input/output wire terminations are correct.
                      iii. Verify field devices communicate to operator interface.
                 (d) Conductor to Output
                      Test linear-scaling calibration of every analog output point
                 (e) Alarm Graphics Interlocking




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                  Verify all alarm signals from device initiation through all required notification
                      components. (Workstation, pager, e-mail, local annunciation, etcetera)
                  (f) Device Calibration
                      All field devices are to be field calibrated. All thermistor sensors shall be
                      tested for accuracy.
                  Calibration must be done at or close to normal operating conditions.
                  (g) Calibration Criteria

                      i.      Space Temperature              ± 1°
                      ii.     Air Temperature - Unitary      ±1°
                      iii.    Fluid Temperature              ±1°
                      iv.     Air Flow Rate                           ± 5%
                      v.      Liquid Flow Rate               ± 5%
                      vi.     Differential Pressure                   ± 3%
                      vii.    Gage Pressure                           ± 5%
                      viii.   Relative Humidity              ± 2%
                      ix.     CO Monitor                     ± 5% mid range
                      x.      CO2 Monitor                    ± 5% mid range
                      xi.     Refrigerant Monitor            ± 5% at 50 PPM


3.19      PUNCH LIST AND DEFICIENCY RESOLUTION
          A. Within one business day of deficiency notification, contractor shall resolve or provide
             written response indicating the earliest possible time and date the deficiency can and
             will be resolved.
          B. Control deficiencies discovered during commissioning process that result in the need
             for retest are subject to cost impacts.

3.20      PRELIMINARY START UP
          A. Should the Owner request that any portion of the systems or equipment be operated
              prior to the final completion and acceptance of the work, the NI shall consent. Such
              operation shall be under the direct supervision of the NI, but the expense thereof shall
              be borne by the Owner. The cost for the temporary operation (Utilities, Operating,
              Labor, etc. shall be separate from any money paid towards the Contract sum. Such
              preliminary operation, or payment thereof, shall not be construed as an acceptance of
              any of the work.
          B. If final completion of the work is not completed in accordance with the approved
              construction schedule, and operation of the equipment is required to meet Owner‟s
              lease commitments as defined in the construction schedule, the cost of temporary
              operation of the equipment shall be the NI‟s.
          C. The warranty period for work and systems of this project shall commence after the
              Owner‟s final acceptance.




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