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Copyright 2017 AIA MasterSpec Premium 03/17

PRODUCT MASTERSPEC LICENSED BY ARCOM TO SOMFY SYSTEMS, INC.


Copyright 2017 by The American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Exclusively published and distributed by Architectural Computer Services, Inc. (ARCOM) for the AIA

This Product MasterSpec Section is licensed by ARCOM to Somfy Systems, Inc. ("Licensee").

This Product MasterSpec Section modifies the original MasterSpec text and does not include the full content of the original MasterSpec Section.

Revisions made to the original MasterSpec text are made solely by the Licensee and are not endorsed by, or representative of the opinions of, ARCOM or The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Neither AIA nor ARCOM are liable in any way for such revisions or for the use of this Product MasterSpec Section by any end user. A qualified design professional should review and edit the document to suit project requirements.

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SECTION 107313 - AWNINGS

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Somfy Systems provides motors and controls acceptable to requirements in almost 60 countries, with 125 subsidiaries and 47 offices and agencies in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and throughout Asia Pacific. See https://www.somfy.com/group/index.cfm?page=/group/home/metiers/activites/implantations&language=en-en.

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1RELATED DOCUMENTS

Retain or delete this article in all Sections of Project Manual.

A.Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

1.2SUMMARY

A.Section Includes:

1.Fixed awnings.

2.Manually operated retractable awnings.

3.Motorized retractable awnings.

a.Motors.

b.Sensors.

c.Controls.

B.Related Requirements:

Retain subparagraphs below to cross-reference requirements Contractor might expect to find in this Section but are specified in other Sections.

1.Section 107113 "Exterior Sun Control Devices" for exterior shade systems.

2.Section 108316 "Banners" for ornamental fabrics for interior or exterior use.

3.Section 260519 "Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables" for power cables.

4.Section 260523 "Control-Voltage Electrical Power Cables" for balanced twisted pair cabling.

5.Section 262726 "Wiring Devices" for accessory electrical wiring devices.

1.3DEFINITIONS

Retain terms that remain after this Section has been edited for a project.

Other AC-voltage motors are available by special order; contact Somfy Systems for additional details.

A.AC Line-Voltage Motors: A tubular, asynchronous motor, 120-V ac (60 Hz) single-phase motor, with an integral capacitor and a thermally protected, permanently lubricated, and maintenance-free gearbox with a torque range lifting capacity from a minimum of 35.4 in-lbf (4 Nm) to a maximum of 885 in-lbf (100 Nm). Motor to fit into a tube with a minimum inside diameter of 1.5 inches (38 mm). Minimum audible noise is between 38 and 60 dBA according to the standards of ISO 3741 NF 31022 in dBA ref. 1pW at nominal torque without end product. Controller to be embedded microprocessor type or bus connection using RJ9/RJ45 (Radio and Digital motors). Standard, mechanical limit-switching motors are available through hardwired or plug-in connections. Manual override is available for ac motors.

B.Autosun: Solar/battery-powered motor-operator with plug-in option for awnings and pergolas.

C.Awning - Cassette: Fully-protected roller-fabric tube and folding-arm structure. The hermetically sealable awning enclosure protects the fabric and arms from outdoor conditions, UV rays, and humidity.

D.Awning - Folding-Arm: Exposed roller-fabric tube and folding-awning arm structure. Awning can be placed on the façade or under a roof overhang for protection.

E.Awning - Lateral Arm: Single-slope, double-slope, or (Dutch) canopy types. Single-slope awnings have a fixed, angle-rod support to the fabric-end valence. Double-slope awnings combine vertical and projection type awnings, and may be motorized. (Dutch) -canopy awnings form a quarter cylinder of fabric in a segmented frame.

F.Awning - Pergola: Fixed and rigid (wood, aluminum, or wrought iron pillar, beam, and sleeper) structure with classic retractable fabric or tilting blade types.

G.Awning - Semi-cassette: Fully-protected roller-fabric tube with exposed folding arm structure. The awning enclosure protects the fabric from outdoor conditions, UV rays, and humidity.

H.Awning - Winter Garden: Fixed and rigid (wood, aluminum, or wrought iron pillar, beam, and sleeper) glass structure with retractable fabric.

Somfy's "Sunea® CMO" advanced technology ensures that limit settings and programmed controls remain in the motor's memory.

I.CMO: Compact manual-override motor-head style that, in the event of power loss, allows manual turning of motor head by using a crank handle.

J.DCT: Dry Contact Technology; dry contact (mercury-free) input for basic low-voltage switches via data (communication) cable switching.

SDN 2.0 is "Somfy" Digital Network version 2.0 of bus distribution devices.

Somfy Digital Network (SDN) is Somfy's intelligent wired shading network. An SDN system is comprised of bus distribution devices that create a network for user interfaces, motorized applications and sensors to be connected. SDN is scalable, and suitable for both small and large projects, and the same components are used whether an SDN system remains standalone, integrated into third-party automation systems, or with Somfy's animeo® IP automated total solar management system.

K.Digital Network (DN): RS485 wired, bi-directional, bus control technology; integrated network automation system protocol allowing communication between devices and building management systems, stand-alone automation systems, or stand-alone motor-control systems.

L.IP Rating: International (or Ingress) Protection Rating is defined by IEC 60529 and classifies the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects (including body parts like hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water in electrical enclosures. The first digit classifies protection against solids (0 to 6) and the second digit (0 to 8) against liquids. The higher the number, the more protected.

M.PA: Progressive Limit Adjustment motor-head style. Ability to set various shade heights.

N.Pergola, Louvered: Aluminum louvers are spaced horizontally as a roof canopy or pergola, and can be tilted to have an exact amount of sun protection or ventilation. It stands up to the wind, protects from rain, and keeps users cool and comfortable against sunshine.

O.Pergola, Retractable Awning: Fabric canopy that can be rolled and unrolled to protect against the heat of the sun and from rain. It stands up to the wind, protects from rain, and keeps users cool and comfortable against sunshine.

P.RA: Rapid Adjustment motor-head style. Ability to move between set heights quickly.

Radio Technology Somfy® (RTS) is Radio Technology. Radio controls are the most commonly used controls for the awning market.

Q.RT: Radio Technology; wireless radio control of motorized applications.

R.Radio Technology Tubular Motor: Motor equipped with built-in radio receiver and concealed inside roller tube with 3-wire drive unit inside roller, instantly reversible, and lifetime lubricated.

S.Tubular Motor: Motor equipped with disconnect plug concealed in aluminum tube; and connected to drive shaft through a reduction box.

T.Valence: Solar and thermal type fabric that rolls into a coil and unrolls flat.

U.WireFree: A battery-powered motor-operator control with plug-in option for awnings and pergolas.

V.WT: Wired Technology; control through standard AC (alternating current) or DC (direct current) via power or polarity switching.

For more Z-Wave® information, see https://www.somfysystems.com/products/controls-integration/z-wave and http://www.z-wave.com/.

W.Z-Wave®: An interoperable, two-way RF mesh networking technology used for both residential and light commercial automation applications. 908.42 MHz in United States and Canada. Varies in other countries.

For more ZigBee® information, see https://www.somfysystems.com/products/controls-integration/zigbee and http://www.zigbee.org/.

X.ZigBee®: The ZigBee® protocol is a low-powered RF mesh networking technology that uses a 2.4 GHz standard for both residential and commercial applications.

1.4PREINSTALLATION MEETINGS

Retain "Preinstallation Conference" Paragraph below if Work of this Section is extensive or complex enough to justify a conference. Refer to Section 122509 for additional preinstallation conference requirements for motors and controls.

A.Preinstallation Conference: Conduct conference at [Project site] <Insert location>.

1.5ACTION SUBMITTALS

A.Product Data: For each type of product.

1.Include styles, material descriptions, construction details, fabrication details, dimensions of individual components and profiles, hardware, fittings, mounting accessories, features, and finishes for awnings and pergolas.

2.Include rated capacities, operating characteristics, electrical characteristics, and furnished specialties and accessories.

Sustainable design credits can be achievable when using motorized awnings, pergolas, shades, blinds, windows, skylights, and other sun-control devices with networked automation controls, and potentially include LEED 2009, LEED v4, Green Globes, IgCC, or ASHRAE 189.1 credits during design and postconstruction using the following:

LEED 2009 EAc1 Credit: Optimize Energy Performance (1-19 points). Use whole-building energy simulation or calculations using ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide and climate zone to analyze efficiency measures that include applying building management system sensor-controlled and networked-automation-controlled motor-operated solar and thermal shade systems.

LEED 2009 EQ8.1 Credit: Daylight and views - daylight (1 point). Use option 1 "computer simulations" or option 2 "prescriptive" daylighting zone or option 3 "12 consecutive monthly measurements" showing illuminance levels are between 300 lux and 3,000 lux for 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., both on a clear-sky day at the equinox for regularly occupied floor areas, or option 4 "combination" of above methods to document the minimum daylight illumination of applicable spaces.

LEED v4 EA Credit: Optimize Energy Performance (1-20 points). Use whole-building energy simulation or calculations using ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide and climate zone to analyze efficiency measures that include applying building management system sensor controlled and networked automation controlled motor-operated solar and thermal shade systems.

LEED v4 EQ Credit: Daylight (1-3 points). Use option 1 "computer simulations" or option 2 "computer modeling" or option 3 "12 consecutive monthly measurements" showing illuminance levels are between 300 lux and 3,000 lux for 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., both on a clear-sky day at the equinox for regularly occupied floor areas.

Green Globes v1.4: 3.3.1 Energy Performance. Meet requirements of ENERGY STAR (0-100 points) or ASHRAE bEQ (30-125 points).

Green Globes v1.4: 3.7.3.1 Daylighting (1-3 points). Shading devices used to eliminate direct sunlight from reaching task areas; percentage of daylit areas with photo-sensors to maintain consistent lighting levels using shading and solar control devices.

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 602 Energy Performance, Peak Power and Reduced Co2e Emissions.

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 604 Energy Metering, Monitoring and Reporting. 604.3.3 Energy used for building operations (motorized shading systems).

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 605 Automated Demand Response (AUTO-DR) Infrastructure.

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 606 Building Envelope Systems; 606.1.1.1 Permanent shading devices for fenestration.

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 612 Energy Systems Commissioning and Completion; 612.3.3 Automatic daylight controls.

IgCC v2.0, November 2010: 808 Daylighting; 808.3.2 Daylight performance requirements.

ASHRAE 189.1-2014: 7 Energy Efficiency; 7.4.2.5 Permanent Projections, Exception (2) Vertical Fenestration with automatically controlled shading devices.

ASHRAE 189.1-2014: 8.4.1 Daylighting; 8.4.1.3 Office Space Shading, a. Shading devices; Exception (3) Vertical Fenestration with automatically controlled shading devices.

ASHRAE 189.1-2014: 10.3.1.1.3 Systems, d. Fenestration control systems, Automatic controls for shading devices.

Sustainability submittals required for bidding/procurement in contract documents include shade control product data for interior lighting and daylighting.

Sun, wind, and rain sensors can be used to automate awning and pergola operation.

Timer controls can also be used to automate awning and pergola operation.

Sensors can be tied into network automation software for automated and remote control of awning and pergola operation.

Awnings do not obstruct exterior views and facilitate LEED v4 credit for Quality Views.

B.Sustainable Design Submittals:

1.Product Data: For interior or exterior lighting, submit data sheets for awnings[, pergolas,] [and building management system interface and networked automation] controls, including [stand-alone] [and] [integrated] system operation documentation.

2.Overall [stand-alone] [and] [integrated] system operation description document, Sequence of Operations.

Simulation documentation required for LEED credit accreditation.

Manufacturer must be able to submit Building Simulation Modelling to meet the requirements of Architect or engineer's performance model of the building prior to receiving the awarded contract.

3.Building simulation for daylighting and building performance.

C.Shop Drawings:

1.Include plans, elevations, sections, mounting heights, and attachment details.

2.Detail fabrication and assembly of awnings[and pergolas][, including seam layout, spacing, and orientation of awning fabric].

3.Include diagrams for power, signal, wiring and [standard motors][,][radio motors] [and] [networked motors].

4.Show locations for blocking, reinforcement, and supplementary structural support.

5.Graphics: Show text message, font, character sizes, and other graphic forms; character, word, and line spacing; margin widths; position of copy; and other information related to graphic design.

Retain "Samples" Paragraph below for single-stage Samples, with a subordinate list if applicable. Retain "Samples for Initial Selection" and "Samples for Verification" paragraphs for two-stage Samples.

D.Samples: For each exposed product and for each color and texture specified.

E.Samples for Initial Selection: For each type of exposed finish.

1.Include Samples of graphics[ on fabric] and accessories involving color or finish selection.

F.Samples for Verification: For the following:

1.Awning Fabric: 12-inch- (300-mm-) square section of fabric from dye lot to be used for the Work, with specified treatments applied. Mark face of fabric.

2.Graphics: Not less than 12-inch- (300-mm-) square section showing graphics application method.

3.Seam, Edge, and Corner Condition: Not less than 12-inch- (300-mm-) long section showing seam, edge, and corner treatment.

4.Valance: Full-size unit, not less than 12 inches (300 mm) long.

5.Frame Finish: Not less than 6-inch (150-mm) lengths.

G.Product Schedule: For awnings[, pergolas], motor operators, and controllers. Use same designations indicated on Drawings.

1.6INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS

Coordinate "Qualification Data" Paragraph below with qualification requirements in Section 014000 "Quality Requirements" and as may be supplemented in "Quality Assurance" Article.

A.Qualification Data: For manufacturer.

Retain "Product Certificates" Paragraph below to require submittal of "UL," "FCC," "c TUV us," "CCC," or "CE" product certificates from motor operator and control system manufacturer.

All Somfy motors are UL recognized or listed and can be found by searching "Somfy" under "Company Name" in the UL database at http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/cgifind/LISEXT/1FRAME/index.html.

B.Product Certificates: For each type of awning material, motor operator, and control system.

Retain Zigbee® option below for wired motors; delete for WireFree.

1.[BACnet® MS/TP] [BACnet® IP] [Modbus] [Z-Wave®] [Zigbee®] BMS or other third-party certification.

2.Submit functional description for data points required by BMS system.

3.Submit documentation that line voltage components are UL listed or UL recognized.

4.Complies with FCC.

Retain "Welding certificates" Paragraph below if retaining "Welding Qualifications" Paragraph in "Quality Assurance" Article and if awning frame connections are welded.

C.Welding certificates.

D.Sample Warranty: For special warranty.

1.7CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

A.Operation and Maintenance Data: For awnings[, pergolas], motor operators, and control systems to include in operation and maintenance manuals.

B.Warranty: For motor operator and control system manufacturer's executed warranty documentation.

1.8QUALITY ASSURANCE

Somfy DC (direct current) powered motor operators are UL recognized or listed. DC powered motors offer very high torque capability compared with their weight and size. AC motors have the advantage of not having brushes to maintain, but are heaver and larger sized and require sophisticated controllers capable of inverting DC to AC at varying frequencies.

Somfy has more than 40 years’ experience manufacturing tubular motors and natural light control systems with more than 150 million motors sold worldwide.

A.Manufacturer Qualifications: Motor operators, controls, and controllers certified by an NRTL to provide UL recognized or listed wired AC and DC powered motors.

1.ISO 9001 certified including in-house engineering and product design activities.

2.Controls manufacturer capable of supplying commissioning services for control systems.

3.Motor manufacturer capable of supplying a full range of wirefree (12-V dc - battery and solar powered) direct voltage DC (24-V dc), main or line-voltage (120-V ac) motor and control products.

B.Fabricator Qualifications: Shop that employs skilled workers who custom fabricate products similar to those required for this Project and whose products have a record of successful in-service performance.

The Industrial Fabrics Association International has a Master Fabric Craftsman certification program. For large or complex projects, consider including certification as a requirement. Verify availability of certified fabricators in the Project's locale.

C.Installer Qualifications: Trained[ and certified] by manufacturer of motor operator and control system products.

Retain "Welding Qualifications" Paragraph below if shop or field welding is required. If retaining, also retain "Welding certificates" Paragraph in "Informational Submittals" Article.

D.Welding Qualifications: Qualify procedures and personnel according to the following:

1.AWS D1.1/D1.1M, "Structural Welding Code - Steel."

2.AWS D1.2/D1.2M, "Structural Welding Code - Aluminum."

1.9WARRANTY

When warranties are required, verify with Owner's counsel that warranties stated in this article are not less than remedies available to Owner under prevailing local laws.

A.Special Warranty: Manufacturer and fabricator agree to repair or replace components of awnings that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period.

1.Failures include, but are not limited to, the following:

a.Structural failures including framework.

b.Deterioration of fabric including seam failure.

c.Deterioration of metals, metal finishes, and other materials beyond normal weathering.

Retain first subparagraph below for retractable awnings; delete for fixed awnings.

d.Faulty operation of operator.

Verify available warranties and warranty periods for units and components.

2.Awning Warranty Period: [Five] <Insert number> years from date of Substantial Completion.

3.Fabric Warranty Period: [Three] [Five] [Eight] [12] <Insert number> years from date of Substantial Completion.

Delete "Thread Warranty Period" Subparagraph below if seams and hems are not sewn. Consult fabricators for thread durability. Second option below is an example for 100 percent expanded PTFE thread.

4.Thread Warranty Period: [Five] [Eight] <Insert number> years from date of Substantial Completion.

Options in "Graphics Warranty Period" Subparagraph below are examples that primarily apply to cast-vinyl and calendered-vinyl graphic materials, respectively; consult fabricators for other graphic applications.

5.Graphics Warranty Period: Outdoor durability not less than [five] [three] <Insert number> years from date of Substantial Completion.

Somfy motors have a life expectancy of 10 years or more. Refer to Somfy's systems warranty information at the following link: www.somfysystems.com/about-us/warranty/.

B.Special Warranty for Motor and Control Systems: Fabricator agrees to repair or replace motor and control units that are not free from defects in material and workmanship under normal and proper use within specified full warranty period, not prorated.

1.Warranty Period: Five years from date of manufacture.

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