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CSI/AIA Specifications WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROLS SECTION 26 09 43

Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
201 N Service Rd
Melville, NY 11747-3138
Phone: 1.800.323.8290
Fax: 1.800.832.9538

SECTION 26 09 43

WIRELESS NETWORK LIGHTING CONTROLS

Leviton LevNet RF

This specification is dated May 1, 2011. It replaces any and all previous LevNet RF specifications.

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NOTE TO SPECIFIER: This product specification section specifies all components comprising an energy conservation system for indoor use of dimming-ballast fluorescent lighting that integrates daylight sensors, occupancy sensors, wall controllers, handheld remote controls, and software. Leviton’s LevNet RF system meets all specifications herein. Include Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., either as sole manufacturer or in list of manufacturers.

If necessary, revise the product specification section number and title to suit project requirements, specification practices, and section content. Leviton publishes AIA / CSI specifications with both old (1995) and new (2004) section numbers.

While editing this specification, take note of the following:

This document is designed for “delete-only” editing. Some paragraphs require that you select among two or more options. The optional text is bracketed: e.g.: “Section [09000.] [_____.]" If your draft copy includes the “[“ or “]” characters, it almost certainly includes too many options. Use Find to locate these sections and edit appropriately.

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As with brackets, your final specification should not contain any *** OR *** notes between paragraphs.

If you need more information on an organization whose standards are referenced within this document text, click on the hyperlink provided.

PART 1 – GENERAL

1.1SUMMARY

A.Section Includes:

1.Self-Powered Wireless Radio Frequency (RF) Lighting Control System

B.Related Sections:


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Edit the list of Related Sections to refer to the actual sections included in your Project Manual.

1.Section [26 27 26 — Wiring Devices] [26 09 36.13 Modular Dimming Controls] [26 09 33.16 Remote Controlled Dimming Stations]

2.Section [26 51 13 — Interior Lighting Fixtures, Lamps, and Ballasts:] Fluorescent lighting ballasts controlled by wireless network lighting control system.

3.Section [26 09 23 — Lighting Control Devices:] Occupancy sensors used in conjunction with wireless network lighting control system.

4.Section 26 05 11, Requirements For Electrical Installations: General electrical requirements that are common to more than one section of Division 26.

5.Section 26 05 33, Raceway And Boxes For Electrical Systems: Conduits and outlet boxes.

6.Section 26 05 21, Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors And Cables (600 Volts And Below): Cables and wiring.

7.Section 26 05 26, Grounding And Bonding For Electrical Systems: Requirements for personnel safety and to provide a low impedance path to ground for possible ground fault currents.

1.2REFERENCES


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Standards that are not applicable can be deleted.

A.American National Standards Institute/Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (ANSI/IEEE) (www.ansi.org and www.ieee.org)

1.C62.41-1991 — Recommended Practice for Surge Voltages in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits.

B.ASTM International (ASTM) (www.astm.org)

1.D4674 -02a Standard Test Method for Accelerated Testing for Color Stability of Plastics Exposed to Indoor Fluorescent Lighting and Window-Filtered Daylight.

C.Canadian Standards Association (CSA) (www.csa.ca).

1.CSA C22.2 # 14 Industrial Control Equipment

2.CSA C22.2 # 184 Solid-State Lighting Controls

D.International Electrotechnical Commission (www.iec.ch).

1.(IEC) 801-2 Electrostatic Discharge Testing Standard.

2.IEC/EN 60669-2-1 Switches for household and similar fixed electrical installations - electronic switches.

E.International Organization for Standardization (ISO) (www.iso.ch):

1.9001:2000 — Quality Management Systems.

F.National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) (www.nfpa.org)

1.70: National Electrical Code (NEC)

G.National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) (www.nema.org)

1.WD1 (R2005) – General Color Requirements for Wiring Devices.

2.WD 6 – Dimensional Requirements for Wiring Devices

H.Norma Official Mexicana (NOM).

1.NOM-001-SCFI-1993 Productos eléctronicos - Especificaciones de seguridad (Electronic Products – Safety Specifications)

2.NOM-003-SCFI Productos eléctricos - Especificaciones de seguridad (Electrical Products - Safety Specifications)

I.Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) (www.ul.com):

1.508 (1999) - Standard for Industrial Control Equipment.

2.1472 (1996) - Solid-State Dimming Controls.

3.924 (2003) - Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment

4.UL244A (2003) - Solid State Appliance Controls.

5.20: General-Use Snap Switches

6.498: Attachment Plugs and Receptacles

J.FCC - Federal Communications Commission

1.Certification standards for wireless communications

K.IC

1.Certification standards for wireless communications

L.IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (ieee.org)

1.802.11 wireless local area network (WLAN)

1.3SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

A.Wireless network RF lighting control system with self-powered components

1.Uses either the 315 MHz frequency band, the 868 MHz frequency band, or both for communication between all components.

2.All system programming is accomplished by having the devices themselves learn transmitter/receiver pair assignments.

3.Requires no central processor


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: This paragraph lists all available LevNet RF products and accessories. Delete any items that are not part of your project.

4.This Wireless Lighting Control System includes [wireless self-powered occupancy sensors], [wireless self-powered single-rocker switches], [wireless self-powered dual-rocker switches], [wireless transmitter switches], [wireless line voltage receivers], [wireless low voltage receivers], [wireless plug-in receivers], [transmitters], [wireless self-powered handheld transmitters], [wireless self-powered key card switches], [thermostats], [wireless relay receivers], [wireless self-powered photocells], [wireless dimming receivers], [wireless room and shade controllers], [wireless multichannel receivers], [wireless switch leg transmitters], [RS-232 serial data interface], [signal strength meter].

5.BMS gateway through RS-232 serial data interface

1.4SUBMITTALS


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Edit the following to coordinate with other sections in the Project Manual.

A.General

1.Submit under provisions of Section [013300] and in accordance with Conditions of the Contract.

B.Bill of Materials: Complete list of all parts needed to fully install selected system components.

C.Specification Conformance Document: Indicate whether the submitted equipment:

1.Meets specification exactly as stated.

2.Meets specification via an alternate means and indicate the specific methodology used.

D.Shop Drawings; detail all mechanical and electrical equipment, including:

1.Schematic of system

2.Load schedule

3.Partition configurations

4.Wire counts

5.Physical dimensions of each item.

E.Product Data: Product data sheets with performance specifications demonstrating compliance with specified requirements.

1.5Closeout Submittals

A.Warranty documents specified herein.

B.[Sustainable Design Closeout Documentation]

1.[Lighting Control System Manufacturer to provide enhanced Start-Up documentation detailing:

a. the start-up procedure and process
b.details on any tests performed and
c.documentation of test results.]

1.6QUALITY ASSURANCE


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Edit the following to indicate the minimum level of experience required by architectural lighting control manufacturers.

A.Manufacturer:

1.Provide phone support by qualified applications engineers.


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: The ISO-9001 standard covers both design and manufacturing, ensuring that the product design has been properly documented. ISO-9002 covers only the manufacturing process. An ISO-9001 manufacturer is better equipped to support the product.

2.Quality System

a.Registered to ISO-9001:2000 standard.

B.Modular Wireless RF Lighting Control System


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Delete all standards that are not applicable on your project (e .g., CE, CSA and NOM if the project is located in the United States).

1.Listed by [CE] [CSA] [NOM] [ETL SEMKO] [UL] specifically for the required loads, or certified by recognized independent testing organizations that test to [CE] [CSA] [NOM] [ETL] [UL] standards.

C.Installer Qualifications

1.Installer shall be one who is experienced in performing the work of this section, and who has specialized in installation of work similar to that required for this project.

D.Source Limitations

1.To assure compatibility, obtain all system components from a single source with complete responsibility over all lighting controls, including accessory products. The use of subcontracted component assemblers is not acceptable.

1.7DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING

A.General: Comply with Division 1 Product Requirements Sections.

B.Ordering: Comply with manufacturer’s ordering instructions and lead-time requirements to avoid construction delays.

C.Delivery: Deliver materials in manufacturer’s original, unopened, undamaged packages with intact identification labels.


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Coordinate article below with Environmental Specifications sections.

D.Storage and Protection: Store materials away from exposure to harmful weather conditions and at temperature and humidity conditions recommended by manufacturer.


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Coordinate article below with Conditions of the Contract and with Division 1 Closeout Submittals (Warranty) Section.

1.8PROJECT CONDITIONS

A.Do not install equipment until the following conditions can be maintained in spaces to receive equipment:

1.Ambient temperature: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F).

2.Relative humidity: Maximum 95 percent, non-condensing.

3.Lighting control system must be protected from dust during installation.

1.9WARRANTY

A.Ballast warranty is specified in section [265113] — Ballasts.


As specified in Article 1.8, Paragraph B, the Leviton LevNet RF system warranty is 3 years. See system specification for details.

B.Manufacturer’s Warranty: All equipment shall be warranted free of defects in materials and workmanship.

1.Warranty Period: All system components shall be warranted for at least five (5) years from date of system commissioning.

2.Owner’s Rights: Manufacturer’s warranty is in addition to, not a limitation of, other rights the Owner may have under contract documents.


NOTE TO SPECIFIER: LevNet RF equipment can be purchased and installed without factory commissioning. Delete Article 1.10 if you do not intend to use either of the factory commissioning options listed on your project. If you do intend to use factory commissioning services, pick one of the two options described below and delete the other.

1.10COMMISSIONING


As specified in Article 1.10, a lighting control system requires at least one site visit for proper commissioning. If multiple site visits are required, the first ensures that the contractor is trained to install the system correctly. On the second, the factory engineer will start up the system, ensure that it is operating according to specification, and perform initial programming. The third visit is for the purposes of refining the programming, and training the owner/end user on the system.
      1. Provide factory-certified field service engineer to ensure proper system installation and operation under following parameters:

        1. Certified by the equipment manufacturer on the system installed.


*** EITHER ***
        1. Site visit activities:

          1. Verify connection of power feeds and load circuits.
          2. Verify radio frequency signal strength.
          3. Verify sufficient ambient lighting levels for self powering/self charging at each device location
          4. Verify system operation control by control, device by device.
          5. Obtain sign-off on system functions.

Note to Specifier: Under normal circumstances, the maintenance cycle for LevNet RF components will equal or exceed the system’s useful life. Therefore, the topic of maintenance has been omitted from the system handover requirements.
          1. Demonstrate system capabilities and operation and educate Owner’s representative on the foregoing.

*** OR ***
        1. At least three site visits to accomplish the following tasks:

          1. Prior to wiring
            1. Review and provide installer with instructions to correct any errors in the following areas:

              1. Low voltage wiring requirements

              2. Separation of high and low voltage wiring runs

              3. Wire labeling

              4. Load schedule information

              5. Self Powered device locations and installation

              6. Radio Frequency device locations and installation

              7. Radio Frequency range and connectivity

              8. Load circuit wiring

              9. Connections to other systems and equipment

              10. Placement and fine tuning adjustment of Occupancy Sensors

              11. Placement and fine tuning adjustment of Photocells
          1. After system installation
            1. Check and approve or provide correction instructions on the following:

              1. Connections of power feeds and load circuits

              2. Assignments and locations of controls

              3. Connections of low voltage inputs

              4. Radio Frequency signal strength at device locations

              5. Self Powering/Self Charging capability at each device location

              6. Control / device pairings
            1. Verify that each system control is operating to specification
            2. Verify that each system circuit is operational according to specification
            3. Verify that manufacturers’ interfacing equipment is operating to specification
            4. Have an owner’s representative sign off on the above-listed system functions
          1. Before project completion and hand-off
            1. Demonstrate system capabilities and functions to owner’s representative
            2. Train owner’s representative on the proper operation, adjustment, and maintenance of the system.
      1. Notification: Upon completion of the installation, notify the manufacturer in writing that the system is ready for formal checkout. Give notification at least 21 days prior to the date factory-trained personnel are required on site. Radio Frequency signal strength and range must be verified if paired transmitters and receivers are located more than 100 feet apart. [Reception can be checked using a Leviton Signal Strength Meter # WSMET-010.] Factory provided check-out technician is not responsible for system operation if RF transmission / reception is impaired.

      2. At the time of checkout and testing, the Owner’s representative shall be thoroughly instructed in the proper operation of the system.

1.11MAINTENANCE

A.Enable the end user to order new equipment for system expansion, replacements, and spare parts.

B.Make new replacement parts available for a minimum of ten years from the date of manufacture.


As specified in Article 1.11, Paragraph C, using an answering service to handle technical support calls only adds to the contractor’s frustration and delays the resolutions of any problems or issues. With a 24/7 tech support hotline, project cost overruns and delays can occur. Manufacturers who do not offer 24/7 tech support should not be acceptable suppliers to this project.

C.Provide factory direct technical support hotline 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

D.Offer renewable annual service contracts, to include parts, factory labor, and annual training visits.

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