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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 26 - ELECTRICAL
SECTION 26 51 00.00 40
INTERIOR LIGHTING
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PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
DEFINITIONS
1.3
ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
1.3.1
Pre-Installation Meetings
1.4
SUBMITTALS
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.5.1
Lighting Fixtures, Complete with Lamps and Ballasts
1.5.2
Regulatory Requirements
1.5.3
Standard Products
1.5.3.1
Alternative Qualifications
1.5.3.2
Material and Equipment Manufacturing Date
1.5.4
Sustainable Design Requirements
1.5.4.1
Local/Regional Materials Documentation
1.5.4.2
Environmental Data
1.5.5
Energy Efficiency Data
1.6
WARRANTY
1.6.1
Electronic Ballast Warranty
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.1
DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2.2
COMPONENTS
2.2.1
Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures
2.2.1.1
Fluorescent Lamp Electronic Ballasts
2.2.1.2
Fluorescent Lamp Electronic Dimming Ballast
2.2.1.3
Fluorescent Electromagnetic Ballasts
2.2.1.4
Fluorescent Lamps
2.2.1.5
Compact Fluorescent Fixtures
2.2.1.6
Open-Tube Fluorescent Fixtures
2.2.1.7
Air Handling Fixtures
2.2.1.8
Electromagnetic Interference Filters
2.2.2
High-Intensity-Discharge (Hid) Lighting Fixtures
2.2.2.1
HID Ballasts
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2.2.2.2
High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps
2.2.2.3
Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps
2.2.2.4
Metal-Halide Lamps
2.2.3
Incandescent Lighting Fixtures
2.2.3.1
Incandescent Lamps
2.2.4
Commercial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures
2.2.4.1
Surface-Mounted Fixtures
2.2.4.2
Recessed Fixtures
2.2.4.3
Pendant-Mounted Fixtures
2.2.5
Industrial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures
2.2.6
Enclosed And Gasketed Vapor-Tight Fixtures
2.2.7
Incandescent Lamps
2.2.8
Recess- And Flush-Mounted Fixtures
2.2.9
Suspended Fixtures
2.2.10
Fixtures For Hazardous Locations
2.3
EQUIPMENT
2.3.1
Equipment Identification
2.3.1.1
Manufacturer's Nameplate
2.3.1.2
Labels
2.3.2
Power Hook Fixture Hangers
2.3.3
Auxiliary Instant-On System
2.3.4
Support Hangers for Lighting Fixtures in Suspended Ceilings
2.3.4.1
Wires
2.3.4.2
Wires, for Humid Spaces
2.3.4.3
Straps
2.3.4.4
Rods
2.3.5
Factory Applied Finish
2.4
ACCESSORIES
2.4.1
Lowering Devices For High-Bay Lighting Fixtures
2.4.1.1
Contact Assembly
2.4.1.2
Lockbox
2.4.1.3
Cable/Chain
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
PREPARATION
3.1.1
Field Applied Painting
3.2
INSTALLATION
3.2.1
Lamps
3.2.2
Lighting Fixtures
3.2.3
Suspended Fixtures
3.2.4
Ballasts
3.2.4.1
Remote Ballasts
3.2.4.2
Electronic Dimming Ballasts
3.3
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
3.3.1
Electronic Dimming Ballast
3.4
FIELD TESTING
3.5
MAINTENANCE
3.5.1
Operational Service
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INTERIOR LIGHTING
02/13
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NOTE: This guide specification covers requirements
for interior lighting installations. Requirements
for materials and procedures for special or unusual
design should be added as necessary to fit specific
projects.
Emergency lighting and exit signs are covered in
Section 26 52 00.00 40 EMERGENCY LIGHTING. Lighting
control devices are covered in the Section
26 09 23.00 40 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES.
Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing
this guide specification or preparing new project
specification sections. Edit this guide
specification for project specific requirements by
adding, deleting, or revising text. For bracketed
items, choose applicable items(s) or insert
appropriate information.
Remove information and requirements not required in
respective project, whether or not brackets are
present.
Comments, suggestions and recommended changes for
this guide specification are welcome and should be
submitted as a Criteria Change Request (CCR).
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NOTE: In compliance with Executive Order 12902 and
FAR section 23.704 which directs federal agencies to
purchase products in the upper 25 percent of energy
efficiency, the following products specified in this
section meet or exceed the U.S. Department of
Energy, Federal Energy Management Program (DOE/FEMP)
Product Energy Efficiency Recommendations (PEER) for
the Recommended energy efficiency levels.
This specification contains products recommended by
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FEMP. The following recommendations are currently
on the FEMP site on the internet. Additional
recommendations may be added or existing
recommendations updated at any time.
FEMP LT-1
(1998) How to Buy Energy Efficient
Fluorescent Tube Lamps
FEMP LT-2
(2000) How to Buy Energy-Efficient
Fluorescent Ballasts
To view the latest on-line information about buying
energy efficient products go to the FEMP home page
at:
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/technologies/procuring_eeproducts.html
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NOTE: TO DOWNLOAD UFGS GRAPHICS
Go to http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf.
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NOTE: This site contains lighting fixture sketches
(Graphics) and are available in metric (SI) and U.S.
Customary (IP) system dimensions. Sketch titles and
style numbers are unchanged for both types. The
metric values indicated are a conversion of the IP
system dimensions.
Do not include list of sketches, or sketches
themselves, in project specifications. Use lighting
fixture sketches as details on drawings whenever
possible. If special features are required for a
project, do not modify sketches, but indicate these
changes on notes in fixture schedule. The "NL"
style numbers and dates should remain on the drawing
details.
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NOTE: Show the following information on project
drawings:
1.
Type, style, mounting, and lamp arrangement
2.
Location of fixtures
3.
Wattage, voltage, and frequency rating required
4.
Type of reflector, diffuser required
5.
Glass/plastic lens
6. Accessories required, such as photocell, time
switches, sensors, and auxiliary lamps
7.
Mounting height above floor or grade to bottom
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of fixture
8. Where wire for humid areas, rods, or straps are
used (if more than one type of hanger is used)
9.
Reflecting or nonreflecting surface finish
10.
Shielding required
11.
Referenced sketch
12.
NEMA distribution type (when applicable)
13. Occupancy sensor location, mounting, and sensor
detection type
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NOTE: Demolition work that involves disposal of
fluorescent and HID lamps and ballasts requires the
use of Section 02 84 16 HANDLING OF LIGHTING
BALLASTS AND LAMPS CONTAINING PCBs AND MERCURY.
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PART 1
GENERAL
Lighting fixtures and accessories mounted on exterior surfaces of buildings
are specified in this section.
Materials not considered to be lighting equipment or lighting fixture
accessories are specified in Section 26 20 00 INTERIOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
1.1
REFERENCES
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NOTE: This paragraph is used to list the
publications cited in the text of the guide
specification. The publications are referred to in
the text by basic designation only and listed in
this paragraph by organization, designation, date,
and title.
Use the Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature
when you add a RID outside of the Section's
Reference Article to automatically place the
reference in the Reference Article. Also use the
Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature to update
the issue dates.
References not used in the text will automatically
be deleted from this section of the project
specification when you choose to reconcile
references in the publish print process.
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to in the text by the
basic designation only.
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2 2013; INT 5-7 2013; INT 8-10 2014; INT
11 2015) National Electrical Safety Code
IEEE C62.41.1
(2002; R 2008) Guide on the Surges
Environment in Low-Voltage (1000 V and
Less) AC Power Circuits
IEEE C62.41.2
(2002) Recommended Practice on
Characterization of Surges in Low-Voltage
(1000 V and Less) AC Power Circuits
IEEE Stds Dictionary
(2009) IEEE Standards Dictionary: Glossary
of Terms & Definitions
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
ANSI ANSLG C78.41
(2006) For Electric Lamps--Guidelines for
Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps
ANSI ANSLG C78.42
(2009) For Electric Lamps: High-Pressure
Sodium Lamps
ANSI C78.1381
(1998) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - 250-Watt, 70 Watt, M85
Metal-Halide Lamps
ANSI C78.901
(2005) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - Single Base Fluorescent
Lamps--Dimensional and Electrical
Characteristics
ANSI C82.1
(2004) American National Standard for
Electric Lamp Ballasts - Line Frequency
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
ANSI C82.2
(2002) American National Standard for Lamp
Ballasts--Methods of Measurement of
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
ANSI C82.4
(2002) American National Standard for
Ballasts for High-Intensity-Discharge and
Low-Pressure Sodium (LPS) Lamps
(Multiple-Supply Type)
ANSI/ANSLG C78.43
(2013) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - Single-Ended Metal-Halide
Lamps
ANSI/NEMA C78.LL 1256
(2003) Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp
Sample Preparation and the Toxicity
Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
NEMA 250
(2014) Enclosures for Electrical Equipment
(1000 Volts Maximum)
NEMA ANSLG C78.81
(2014) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps--Double-Capped Fluorescent
Lamps--Dimensional and Electrical
Characteristics
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2 2013; INT 5-7 2013; INT 8-10 2014; INT
11 2015) National Electrical Safety Code
IEEE C62.41.1
(2002; R 2008) Guide on the Surges
Environment in Low-Voltage (1000 V and
Less) AC Power Circuits
IEEE C62.41.2
(2002) Recommended Practice on
Characterization of Surges in Low-Voltage
(1000 V and Less) AC Power Circuits
IEEE Stds Dictionary
(2009) IEEE Standards Dictionary: Glossary
of Terms & Definitions
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
ANSI ANSLG C78.41
(2006) For Electric Lamps--Guidelines for
Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps
ANSI ANSLG C78.42
(2009) For Electric Lamps: High-Pressure
Sodium Lamps
ANSI C78.1381
(1998) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - 250-Watt, 70 Watt, M85
Metal-Halide Lamps
ANSI C78.901
(2005) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - Single Base Fluorescent
Lamps--Dimensional and Electrical
Characteristics
ANSI C82.1
(2004) American National Standard for
Electric Lamp Ballasts - Line Frequency
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
ANSI C82.2
(2002) American National Standard for Lamp
Ballasts--Methods of Measurement of
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
ANSI C82.4
(2002) American National Standard for
Ballasts for High-Intensity-Discharge and
Low-Pressure Sodium (LPS) Lamps
(Multiple-Supply Type)
ANSI/ANSLG C78.43
(2013) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps - Single-Ended Metal-Halide
Lamps
ANSI/NEMA C78.LL 1256
(2003) Procedures for Fluorescent Lamp
Sample Preparation and the Toxicity
Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
NEMA 250
(2014) Enclosures for Electrical Equipment
(1000 Volts Maximum)
NEMA ANSLG C78.81
(2014) American National Standard for
Electric Lamps--Double-Capped Fluorescent
Lamps--Dimensional and Electrical
Characteristics
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NEMA ANSLG C82.11
(2011) Lamp Ballasts - High-Frequency
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)
NFPA 70
(2014; AMD 1 2013; Errata 1 2013; AMD 2
2013; Errata 2 2013; AMD 3 2014; Errata
3-4 2014; AMD 4-6 2014) National
Electrical Code
NFPA 90A
(2015) Standard for the Installation of
Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
Energy Star
(1992; R 2006) Energy Star Energy
Efficiency Labeling System (FEMP)
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES (UL)
UL 1029
(1994; Reprint Dec 2013)
High-Intensity-Discharge Lamp Ballasts
UL 1598
(2008; Reprint Oct 2012) Luminaires
UL 844
(2012) Standard for Luminaires for Use in
Hazardous (Classified) Locations
UL 935
(2001; Reprint Aug 2014) Standard for
Fluorescent-Lamp Ballasts
1.2
DEFINITIONS
a.
Unless otherwise specified or indicated, electrical and electronics
terms used in these specifications, and on the drawings, are as defined
in IEEE Stds Dictionary.
b.
Average life is the time after which 50 percent has failed and 50
percent has survived under normal conditions.
c.
Total harmonic distortion (THD) is the root mean square (RMS) of all
the harmonic components divided by the total fundamental current.
1.3
1.3.1
ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
Pre-Installation Meetings
Within [30] [_____] days of Contract Award, the Contracting Officer may
schedule a Pre-Installation meeting. Submit the following for review and
approval:
a.
Local/Regional Materials Documentation
b.
Environmental Data
c.
Energy Efficiency Data
d.
Operational Service
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Submit documentation that includes contact information, summary of
procedures, and the limitations and conditions applicable to the project.
Indicate manufacturer's commitment to reclaim materials for recycling
and/or reuse.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review Submittal Description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
the following list to reflect only the submittals
required for the project.
The Guide Specification technical editors have
designated those items that require Government
approval, due to their complexity or criticality,
with a "G." Generally, other submittal items can be
reviewed by the Contractor's Quality Control
System. Only add a “G” to an item, if the submittal
is sufficiently important or complex in context of
the project.
For submittals requiring Government approval on Army
projects, a code of up to three characters within
the submittal tags may be used following the "G"
designation to indicate the approving authority.
Codes for Army projects using the Resident
Management System (RMS) are: "AE" for
Architect-Engineer; "DO" for District Office
(Engineering Division or other organization in the
District Office); "AO" for Area Office; "RO" for
Resident Office; and "PO" for Project Office. Codes
following the "G" typically are not used for Navy,
Air Force, and NASA projects.
An "S" following a submittal item indicates that the
submittal is required for the Sustainability
Notebook to fulfill federally mandated sustainable
requirements in accordance with Section 01 33 29
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force
and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed
item for Army projects.
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Government approval is required for submittals with a "G" designation;
submittals not having a "G" designation are for information only or as
otherwise designated. When used, a designation following the "G"
designation identifies the office that will review the submittal for the
Government. Submittals with an "S" are for inclusion in the Sustainability
Notebook, in conformance to Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL
PROCEDURES:
Employ the terminology, classifications, and methods prescribed by the
IES HB-10, as applicable, for the lighting system specified in data,
drawings, and reports.
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SD-02 Shop Drawings
Commercial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Industrial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Enclosed and Gasketed Vapor-Tight Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Lowering Devices[; G[, [____]]]
SD-03 Product Data
Fluorescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Fluorescent Electronic Ballasts[; G[, [____]]]
Fluorescent Electromagnetic Ballasts[; G[, [____]]]
Fluorescent Lamps[; G[, [____]]]
High-Intensity-Discharge (Hid) Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
HID Ballasts[; G[, [____]]]
High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps[; G[, [____]]]
Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps[; G[, [____]]]
Metal-Halide Lamps[; G[, [____]]]
Incandescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Incandescent Lamps[; G[, [____]]]
Power Hook Fixture Hangers[; G[, [____]]]
Electronic Dimming Ballast[; G[, [____]]]
[
Local/Regional Materials Documentation[; G[, [____]]]
][
Environmental Data[; G[, [____]]]]
Energy Efficiency Data[; G[, [____]]]
Commercial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Industrial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Enclosed and Gasketed Vapor-Tight Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
Lowering Devices[; G[, [____]]]
SD-04 Samples
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NOTE: Samples involve additional shipping cost.
Use only for special fixtures on a project. If
samples are not essential to the specific
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Lighting Fixtures[; G[, [____]]]
SD-07 Certificates
Energy Star Documentation[; G[, [____]]]
SD-10 Operation and Maintenance Data
Operational Service[; G[, [____]]]
1.5
[1.5.1
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Lighting Fixtures, Complete with Lamps and Ballasts
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NOTE: Delete this paragraph if samples are not
required.
Delete bracketed options if samples are required for
all fixture types. Choose bracketed options only if
samples of some fixtures are required. Indicate in
the fixture schedule on the drawings which fixture
types require samples or specify using the last
bracketed sentence.
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Submit one sample of each[ indicated] fixture type[ complete with lamps and
ballast,] for inspection, review, and approval. Retain the sample for
comparison against the remainder of the fixtures. The sample may be used
in the final fixture installation.[ Provide samples for the following
fixture types indicated on the drawings: [_____].]
]1.5.2
Regulatory Requirements
In each of the publications referred to herein, consider the advisory
provisions to be mandatory for "should" wherever it appears. Interpret
references in these publications to the "authority having jurisdiction," or
words of similar meaning, to mean the Contracting Officer. Provide
equipment, materials, installation, and workmanship in accordance with the
mandatory and advisory provisions of NFPA 70 unless more stringent
requirements are specified or indicated.
1.5.3
Standard Products
Provide materials and equipment that are products of manufacturers
regularly engaged in the production of such products which are of equal
material, design and workmanship, which have been in satisfactory
commercial or industrial use for 2-years prior to bid opening. The 2-year
period includes applications of equipment and materials under similar
circumstances and of similar size, on sale on the commercial market through
advertisements, manufacturers' catalogs, or brochures during the 2-year
period. Where two or more items of the same class of equipment are
required, provide products of a single manufacturer; however, the component
parts of the item need not be the products of the same manufacturer unless
stated in this section.
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1.5.3.1
Alternative Qualifications
Products having less than a 2-year field service record are acceptable if a
certified record of satisfactory field operation for not less than 6000
hours, exclusive of the manufacturers' factory or laboratory tests, is
furnished.
1.5.3.2
Material and Equipment Manufacturing Date
Do not use products manufactured more than 3-years prior to date of
delivery to site, unless specified otherwise.
1.5.4
Sustainable Design Requirements
[1.5.4.1
Local/Regional Materials Documentation
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NOTE: Using local materials can help minimize
transportation impacts, including fossil fuel
consumption, air pollution, and labor.
This is optional for Army projects.
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[ Use materials or products extracted, harvested, or recovered, as well as
manufactured, within a [800][_____] kilometer [500][_____]-mile radius from
the project site, if available from a minimum of three sources.
] Submit documentation indicating distance between manufacturing facility and
the project site. Indicate distance of raw material origin from the
project site. Indicate relative dollar value of local/regional materials
to total dollar value of products included in project.
][1.5.4.2
Environmental Data
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NOTE: ASTM E2129 provides for detailed
documentation of the sustainability aspects of
products used in the project. This level of detail
may be useful to the Contractor, Government,
building occupants, or the public in assessing the
sustainability of these products.
This is optional for Army projects.
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Submit Table 1 of ASTM E2129 for the following products:
]1.5.5
[_____].
Energy Efficiency Data
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NOTE: Meet Energy Star requirements for all
lighting per EO 13123.
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NOTE: The Energy Policy Act of 2005 requires new
buildings to use 30 percent less energy than the
ASHRAE 90.1 level. Efficient lighting equipment
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contributes to the following LEED credits: EA
Prerequisite 2; EA1.
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Comply with National Energy Policy Act and Energy Star requirements for
lighting products. [Submit Energy Star documentation for qualifying
equipment. ]Include data indicating lumens per watt efficiency and color
rendition index of light source.
Ensure lighting designs utilize Spectrally Enhanced Lighting (SEL) in
designs for application in which the IES Illuminance Category is P or
Higher. In this application the lamp color is a minimum 82 CRI and 5000K
CCT for fluorescent lamps. For the purpose of these calculations, the
reference S/P value is 1.4. Submit a sample calculation utilizing the S/P
value for the specified lamps to provide a factor for lighting reduction
below IES recommendations. Light levels can not go below the IES
recommended levels.
Submit equipment and performance data for incandescent lighting fixtures.
1.6
WARRANTY
Support the equipment items with service organizations which are reasonably
convenient to the equipment installation in order to render satisfactory
service to the equipment on a regular and emergency basis during the
warranty period of the contract.
1.6.1
Electronic Ballast Warranty
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NOTE: The warranty clause in this section has been
approved by a Level 1 Contracting Officer, and may
be used without further approval or request for
waiver.
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Furnish the electronic ballast manufacturer's warranty, for not less than
5-years from the date of manufacture of the electronic ballast. Ballast
assembly in the lighting fixture, transportation, and on-site storage is
not to exceed 12-months, thereby permitting 4-years of the ballast 5-year
warranty to be in service and energized. State in the warranty that the
manufacturer agrees to exchange a malfunctioning ballast and promptly ship
the replacement to the using Government facility, said replacement ballast
being identical to, or an improvement upon, the original design of the
malfunctioning ballast.
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
Furnish lighting fixtures completely assembled with wiring and mounting
devices and ready for installation at the locations noted. Design and
equip recessed fixtures in suspended ceilings for installation in the type
of ceiling in which the fixture is installed. Design fixtures to be
supported independent of the ceiling. Equip fixtures with the lamps
required.
Ensure lighting fixtures conform to UL 1598.
areas conform to UL 844.
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paragraph if any of the optional subparagraphs are
used. Delete last two sentences when only compact
fluorescent fixtures paragraph is used.
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Ensure ballasts conform to UL 935. Provide high power factor type ballasts
(0.9 minimum),[ unless indicated otherwise,] designed to operate on the
voltage system to which they are connected. Ensure ballasts are Class P
and have sound rating "A"[ unless otherwise noted]. Design and construct
fixtures and ballasts to limit the ballast case temperature to 90 degrees C
195 degrees F when installed in an ambient temperature of [40][_____]
degrees C [105][_____] degrees F. Provide energy saving electromagnetic
ballasts for T-8 and T-12 lamps. Provide three lamp fixtures with two
ballasts per fixture.
a.
Electromagnetic Energy-Saving Ballasts
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NOTE: Energy-saving ballasts are generally not
available for low temperature applications (below 10
degrees C 50 degrees F). Additionally, the
combination of energy-saving ballasts and
energy-saving lamps are not recommended below 15
degrees C 60 degrees F.
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NOTE: Include last bracketed sentence and use 123
input wattage in lieu of 136, when required by the
Post or Base or Activity involved.
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Ensure ballasts conform to ANSI C82.1. Provide energy-saving fluorescent
ballasts of the CBM certified full light output type[ except where fixtures
are provided with low temperature ballasts], with an average input wattage
of[ 40 or less when operating one 32-watt F32T8 lamp][ 45 or less when
operating two 17 watt F17T8 lamps][ 72 or less when operating two 32 watt
F32T8 lamps][ 109 or less when operating two 59-watt F96T8 lamps][ [_____]
or less when operating [_____] lamps] tested in accordance with ANSI C82.2
methods.[ Provide ballasts which are compatible with energy-saving lamps.]
b.
Provide electromagnetic ballasts for compact fluorescent lamps.
c.
Electromagnetic Low Temperature Ballasts
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NOTE: A source of light other than fluorescent is
recommended for areas subject to temperatures below
-17 degrees C, 0 degrees F. If fluorescent fixtures
are required, low temperature ballasts should be
indicated and specified where ambient temperatures
may normally drop below 10 degrees C 50 degrees F if
required by the design. Low temperature ballasts
are not CBM certified and do not conform to ANSI
C82.1.
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Provide fluorescent ballasts having a minimum starting temperature of[
minus 17 degrees C][ minus 28 degrees C][ zero degrees F][ minus 20 degrees
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F] for 800 milliampere, high output (HO) lamps in fixtures mounted[ in cold
rooms,][ outdoors,][ in unheated buildings,][ and as indicated].
]2.2.1.4
Fluorescent Lamps
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NOTE: Fluorescent lamps with minimum CRI of 82 and
correlated color temperature of 5000 K are
recommended for most applications.
Low mercury lamps must be specified on projects that
use 1220 mm 4-foot lamps and are located in the
continental United States. For other locations or
lamp types, the specifier must ensure availability
of the low mercury lamps.
**************************************************************************
[ a.
Provide T-8 rapid start[ low mercury] lamps rated 32 watts (maximum),
2800 initial lumens (minimum), CRI of 82 (minimum), correlated color
temperature of [5000 K][_____], with an average rated life of 20,000
hours.[ Provide low mercury lamps which have passed the EPA Toxicity
Characteristic Leachate Procedure (TCLP) for mercury by using the lamp
sample preparation procedure described in ANSI/NEMA C78.LL 1256.]
][b.
Provide T-8 rapid start lamp, 17 watt (maximum), nominal length of 610
mm 24 inches, 1300 initial lumens, CRI of 82 (minimum), correlated
color temperature of [5000 K][_____], and an average rated life of
20,000 hours.
][c.
Provide T-8 instant start lamp, 59 watts (maximum), nominal length of
2438 mm 96 inches, minimum CRI of 82, 5700 initial lumens, correlated
color temperature of [5000 K][_____], and average rated life of 15,000
hours.
][d.
Provide T-12 slim line lamps rated 60 watts (maximum), 5750 initial
lumens (minimum), 12,000 hours average rated life.
][e.
Provide T-8, U shaped fluorescent lamp, 31 watts maximum, 2600 initial
lumens (minimum), [5000 K][_____], 82 CRI (minimum), 20,000 hours
average rated life,[ 41.29 mm][[_____] mm ([_____] inch)]
[1.625][_____] inch leg spacing.
][f.
Provide compact fluorescent lamps: CRI 82, minimum, [5000 K][_____],
10,000 hours average rated life, and as follows:
(1) T-4, twin tube, rated[ 5 watt, 250 initial lumens (minimum)][ 7
watts, 400 initial lumens (minimum),][ 9 watts, 600 initial lumens
(minimum),][ and][ 13 watts, 825 initial lumens (minimum),][ as
indicated].
(2) T-4, double twin tube, rated[ 13 watts, 900 initial lumens
(minimum),][ 18 watts, 1200 initial lumens (minimum),][ and][ 26
watts, 1800 initial lumens (minimum),][ as indicated].
] Average rated life is based on 3 hours operating per start.
2.2.1.5
Compact Fluorescent Fixtures
Provide compact fluorescent fixtures manufactured specifically for compact
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NOTE: A source of light other than fluorescent is
recommended for areas subject to temperatures below
-17 degrees C, 0 degrees F.
**************************************************************************
k.
Provide ballasts capable of starting and maintaining operation at a
minimum of -17 degrees C 0 degrees F unless otherwise indicated.
l.
Provide electronic ballasts with a full replacement warranty of 5 years
from date of manufacture as specified in paragraph ELECTRONIC BALLAST
WARRANTY," of this section.
Provide T-8 Lamp Ballast with the following characteristics:
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Total harmonic distortion of 20 percent is
acceptable for most applications.
**************************************************************************
a.
Provide T-8 electronic ballasts compatible with the specific amp
wattages being driven.
b.
For T-8 lamps with 30 watts or lower, provide ballasts with
anti-striation technology.
c.
Total harmonic distortion (THD):
(maximum).
d.
Input wattage.
[20 percent][[____] percent]
[
(1) 32 watts (maximum) when operating one F32T8 lamp
][
(2) 62 watts (maximum) when operating two F32T8 lamps
][
(3) 92 watts (maximum) when operating three F32T8 lamps
][
(4) 114 watts (maximum) when operating four F32T8 lamps
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Multilevel switching for light control is
recommended for some locations, such as classrooms
and conference rooms where multilevel switching is
desired.
**************************************************************************
e.
Ballast efficacy factor.
[
(1) 2.54 (minimum) when operating one F32T8 lamp
][
(2) 1.44 (minimum) when operating two F32T8 lamps
][
(3) 0.93 (minimum) when operating three F32T8 lamps
][
(4) 0.73 (minimum) when operating four F32T8 lamps
][f.
Provide three[ and four] lamp fixtures with two ballasts per fixture
where multilevel switching is indicated.
]
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NOTE: To avoid potential maintenance problems, use
following bracketed option only when requested by
the activity.
**************************************************************************
[ g.
A single ballast may be used to serve multiple fixtures if they are
continuously mounted and factory manufactured for that installation
with an integral wireway.
] Provide F17T8 Lamp Ballast with a total harmonic distortion (THD) of 25
percent (maximum).
Provide T-5 and T-5 HO Ballast compatible with the specific amp wattages
being driven. Ensure total harmonic distortion (THD) is 15 percent
(maximum).
a.
Input wattage:
[
(1) 45 watts (maximum) when operating one F40 T-5 lamps
][
(2) 74 watts (maximum) when operating two F40 T-5 lamps
][
(3) 105 watts (maximum) when operating three F40 T-5 lamps
]2.2.1.2
Fluorescent Lamp Electronic Dimming Ballast
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Electronic dimming ballast may have the same
system compatibility problems as normal light output
electronic ballast when installed in certain
environments. The problems mainly concern the
radiated and conducted EMI due to the relatively
high switching frequencies inherent in electronic
ballast and possibly due to utilization of the same
power source for lighting and other equipment.
Environments where electronic ballast have the
potential for EMI are listed in the criteria note
for electronic ballast.
Electronic dimming ballasts as specified in the
following paragraph, are for general workplace
dimming and daylight harvesting for energy
conservation. For architectural dimming
applications with very low light levels, 100 percent
to 1 percent, review all parameters of this
paragraph and ensure competitive sources.
Electronic dimming ballasts can be controlled by a
number of devices: manual dimmers, occupancy
sensors, light level sensor, photosensors, and
timers, or with energy management systems. All
control types are not specified here; ensure system
compatibility between ballast and controls.
If dimming ballast and non-dimming ballast are used
in the same area, designer and specifier may need to
coordinate the ballast factors at full light output.
**************************************************************************
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Provide electronic ballasts meeting the following minimum characteristics:
a.
Ensure compliance with NEMA ANSLG C82.11, UL 935, and NFPA 70, unless
specified otherwise. Provide transient immunity as recommended by
IEEE C62.41.1 and IEEE C62.41.2. Ballast dimming capability range from 100 to 5 percent (minimum range) of light output, flicker free,
and starts lamp at any preset light output setting without first having
to go to full light output. Design ballast for the wattage of the
lamps used in the indicated application. Design ballasts to operate on
the voltage system to which they are connected.
b.
Power factor of 0.95 (minimum) at full light output, and 0.90 (minimum)
over the entire dimming range.
c.
Ballast operates at a frequency of 20,000 Hertz (minimum). Ballast is
compatible with and not cause interference with the operation of
occupancy sensors or other infrared control systems. Provide ballasts
operating at or above 40,000 Hertz where available.
d.
Ballast factor at full light output is between 0.85 (minimum) and 1.00
(maximum). Current crest factor is 1.7 (maximum).
e.
UL listed Class P with a sound rating of "A".
f.
Display circuit diagrams and lamp connections on the ballast.
g.
Provide dimming ballast compatible with specified lighting control
system.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: A source of light other than fluorescent is
recommended for areas subject to temperatures below 17 degrees C, 0 degrees F.
**************************************************************************
h.
Ballast is capable of starting and maintaining operation at a minimum
of 17 degrees C 0 degrees F unless otherwise indicated.
i.
Total harmonic distortion (THD):
dimming range.
j.
Provide ballasts for T-5 and smaller lamps with end-of-life protection
circuits as required by NEMA ANSLG C78.81 and ANSI C78.901 as
applicable.
20 percent (maximum) over the entire
For T-8 Lamp Ballast, the input wattage for the indicated lamp quantity is:
a.
35 watts (maximum) when operating one F32T8 lamp.
b.
70 watts (maximum) when operating two F32T8 lamps.
c.
104 watts (maximum) when operating three F32T8 lamps.
[2.2.1.3
Fluorescent Electromagnetic Ballasts
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Generally, electromagnetic ballasts should
not be specified. Include this paragraph only for
specific project requirements. Include this
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paragraph if any of the optional subparagraphs are
used. Delete last two sentences when only compact
fluorescent fixtures paragraph is used.
**************************************************************************
Ensure ballasts conform to UL 935. Provide high power factor type ballasts
(0.9 minimum),[ unless indicated otherwise,] designed to operate on the
voltage system to which they are connected. Ensure ballasts are Class P
and have sound rating "A"[ unless otherwise noted]. Design and construct
fixtures and ballasts to limit the ballast case temperature to 90 degrees C
195 degrees F when installed in an ambient temperature of [40][_____]
degrees C [105][_____] degrees F. Provide energy saving electromagnetic
ballasts for T-8 and T-12 lamps. Provide three lamp fixtures with two
ballasts per fixture.
a.
Electromagnetic Energy-Saving Ballasts
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Energy-saving ballasts are generally not
available for low temperature applications (below 10
degrees C 50 degrees F). Additionally, the
combination of energy-saving ballasts and
energy-saving lamps are not recommended below 15
degrees C 60 degrees F.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include last bracketed sentence and use 123
input wattage in lieu of 136, when required by the
Post or Base or Activity involved.
**************************************************************************
Ensure ballasts conform to ANSI C82.1. Provide energy-saving fluorescent
ballasts of the CBM certified full light output type[ except where fixtures
are provided with low temperature ballasts], with an average input wattage
of[ 40 or less when operating one 32-watt F32T8 lamp][ 45 or less when
operating two 17 watt F17T8 lamps][ 72 or less when operating two 32 watt
F32T8 lamps][ 109 or less when operating two 59-watt F96T8 lamps][ [_____]
or less when operating [_____] lamps] tested in accordance with ANSI C82.2
methods.[ Provide ballasts which are compatible with energy-saving lamps.]
b.
Provide electromagnetic ballasts for compact fluorescent lamps.
c.
Electromagnetic Low Temperature Ballasts
**************************************************************************
NOTE: A source of light other than fluorescent is
recommended for areas subject to temperatures below
-17 degrees C, 0 degrees F. If fluorescent fixtures
are required, low temperature ballasts should be
indicated and specified where ambient temperatures
may normally drop below 10 degrees C 50 degrees F if
required by the design. Low temperature ballasts
are not CBM certified and do not conform to ANSI
C82.1.
**************************************************************************
Provide fluorescent ballasts having a minimum starting temperature of[
minus 17 degrees C][ minus 28 degrees C][ zero degrees F][ minus 20 degrees
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F] for 800 milliampere, high output (HO) lamps in fixtures mounted[ in cold
rooms,][ outdoors,][ in unheated buildings,][ and as indicated].
]2.2.1.4
Fluorescent Lamps
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Fluorescent lamps with minimum CRI of 82 and
correlated color temperature of 5000 K are
recommended for most applications.
Low mercury lamps must be specified on projects that
use 1220 mm 4-foot lamps and are located in the
continental United States. For other locations or
lamp types, the specifier must ensure availability
of the low mercury lamps.
**************************************************************************
[ a.
Provide T-8 rapid start[ low mercury] lamps rated 32 watts (maximum),
2800 initial lumens (minimum), CRI of 82 (minimum), correlated color
temperature of [5000 K][_____], with an average rated life of 20,000
hours.[ Provide low mercury lamps which have passed the EPA Toxicity
Characteristic Leachate Procedure (TCLP) for mercury by using the lamp
sample preparation procedure described in ANSI/NEMA C78.LL 1256.]
][b.
Provide T-8 rapid start lamp, 17 watt (maximum), nominal length of 610
mm 24 inches, 1300 initial lumens, CRI of 82 (minimum), correlated
color temperature of [5000 K][_____], and an average rated life of
20,000 hours.
][c.
Provide T-8 instant start lamp, 59 watts (maximum), nominal length of
2438 mm 96 inches, minimum CRI of 82, 5700 initial lumens, correlated
color temperature of [5000 K][_____], and average rated life of 15,000
hours.
][d.
Provide T-12 slim line lamps rated 60 watts (maximum), 5750 initial
lumens (minimum), 12,000 hours average rated life.
][e.
Provide T-8, U shaped fluorescent lamp, 31 watts maximum, 2600 initial
lumens (minimum), [5000 K][_____], 82 CRI (minimum), 20,000 hours
average rated life,[ 41.29 mm][[_____] mm ([_____] inch)]
[1.625][_____] inch leg spacing.
][f.
Provide compact fluorescent lamps: CRI 82, minimum, [5000 K][_____],
10,000 hours average rated life, and as follows:
(1) T-4, twin tube, rated[ 5 watt, 250 initial lumens (minimum)][ 7
watts, 400 initial lumens (minimum),][ 9 watts, 600 initial lumens
(minimum),][ and][ 13 watts, 825 initial lumens (minimum),][ as
indicated].
(2) T-4, double twin tube, rated[ 13 watts, 900 initial lumens
(minimum),][ 18 watts, 1200 initial lumens (minimum),][ and][ 26
watts, 1800 initial lumens (minimum),][ as indicated].
] Average rated life is based on 3 hours operating per start.
2.2.1.5
Compact Fluorescent Fixtures
Provide compact fluorescent fixtures manufactured specifically for compact
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fluorescent lamps with ballasts integral to the fixture. Providing
assemblies designed to retrofit incandescent fixtures is prohibited except
when specifically indicated for renovation of existing fixtures. Provide
fixtures using lamps as indicated, with a minimum CRI of 80.
a.
Bare Bulb Retrofits
Replace 40-watt incandescent bulbs (495 plus lumens) with 11- to 14-watt
compact fluorescent bulbs (45 plus lumens per watt). Replace 60-watt
incandescent bulbs (900 plus lumens) with 15- to 19-watt compact
fluorescent bulbs (60 plus lumens per watt). Replace 75-watt incandescent
bulbs (1200 plus lumens) with 20- to 25-watt compact fluorescent bulbs (60
plus lumens per watt). Replace 100-watt incandescent bulbs (1750 plus
lumens) with 29-watt or greater compact fluorescent bulbs (60 plus lumens
per watt).
b.
Reflector Type Bulb Retrofits
Replace 50-watt incandescent bulbs (550 plus lumens) with 17- to 19-watt
compact fluorescent bulbs (33 plus lumens per watt). Replace 60-watt
incandescent bulbs (675 plus lumens) with 20- to 21-watt compact
fluorescent bulbs (40 plus lumens per watt). Replace 75-watt incandescent
bulbs (875 plus lumens) with 22-watt or greater compact fluorescent bulbs
(40 plus lumens per watt).
2.2.1.6
Open-Tube Fluorescent Fixtures
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Select one of bracketed options where lamp
breakage is detrimental, such as above food counters.
**************************************************************************
Provide with self-locking sockets, or lamp retainers (two per lamp).[
Provide lamps with shatter resistant coating, non-yellowing, nominal
thickness of 0.38 mm 15-mils, and with 97 percent (minimum) light
transmission.][ Provide a clear polycarbonate protective sleeve with end
caps, over lamp, with 95 percent (minimum) light transmission. Rate the
sleeve to withstand the thermal profile of the lamp and ballast.]
2.2.1.7
Air Handling Fixtures
Provide fixtures used as air handling registers conforming to the
requirements of NFPA 90A. Ensure that T8 lamps used in air handling
fixtures are a minimum of 32 watts.
[2.2.1.8
Electromagnetic Interference Filters
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Use filters only when specifically required
by activity. Filters available for mounting within
lighting fixtures provide only basic interference
suppression. For shielded enclosures and secure
facilities, provide power line filters in the
circuits serving the lighting.
**************************************************************************
Provide filters in each fluorescent fixture mounted[ in shielded
enclosures][ where indicated].[ Provide filters integral to the fixture
assembly with one filter per ballast and suppress electromagnetic
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interference in the AM radio band from 500 to 1700 kHz.][ Install filters
in the circuit serving the lighting fixtures mounted where indicated.]
]2.2.2
High-Intensity-Discharge (Hid) Lighting Fixtures
Ensure conformance with UL 1598.[ Provide HID fixtures with tempered glass
lenses when using metal-halide lamps.]
2.2.2.1
HID Ballasts
Provide HID ballasts conforming to UL 1029 and ANSI C82.4, with a constant
wattage autotransformer (CWA) or regulator, high power factor type (minimum
90 percent). Provide single-lamp ballasts which have a minimum starting
temperature of minus 30 degrees C minus 22 degrees F. Provide ballasts:
a.
Designed to operate on the voltage system to which they are connected.
b.
Designed for installation in a normal ambient temperature of
[40][_____] degrees C [105][_____] degrees F.
c.
Constructed so that open circuit operation does not reduce the average
life.
Provide high-pressure sodium (HPS) ballasts with a solid-state
igniter/starter with an average life in the pulsing mode of 3500 hours at
the intended ambient temperature. Igniter case temperature is not to exceed
90 degrees C 195 degrees F in any mode.
2.2.2.2
High-Pressure Sodium (HPS) Lamps
ANSI ANSLG C78.42 wattage as indicated.
55 volt type.
[ a.
150 watt lamps, if required, are
Standby HPS Lamps
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Dual ARC tube HPS Lamps may, under certain
conditions be used as auxiliary stand-by lighting
when momentary power interruptions are anticipated.
**************************************************************************
Provide standby HPS lamps with two arc tubes and an average rated life of
40,000 hours (minimum), and hot restart instant lumen output of 8 percent,
minimum, of total light output.
] b.
Luminaire Efficiency Rating (LER)
(1) Upward efficiency of 0 percent
[
(a) 150-399 watts:
for open fixture
Minimum 58 LER for closed fixture; minimum 68
][
(b) 400-999 watts:
for open fixture
Minimum 63 LER for closed fixture; minimum 84
]
[
(2) Upward efficiency of 1 percent-10 percent
(a) 150-399 watts:
for open fixture
Minimum 64 LER for closed fixture; minimum 63
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][
(b) 400-999 watts:
for open fixture
][
(c)
]
1000 plus watts:
Minimum 82 LER for closed fixture; minimum 89
Minimum 109 LER for open fixture
(3) Upward efficiency of 11 percent to 20 percent
[
(a)
150-399 watts:
Minimum 78 LER for open fixture
][
(b)
400-999 watts:
Minimum 94 LER for open fixture
]
(4) Upward efficiency greater than 20 percent
[
(a) 150-399 watts:
for open fixture
]2.2.2.3
Minimum 75 LER for closed fixture; minimum 77
Low-Pressure Sodium Lamps
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Use low-pressure sodium where color rendition
is not a factor, but high lamp efficiency is.
**************************************************************************
Ensure LPS lamps conform to ANSI ANSLG C78.41.
2.2.2.4
Metal-Halide Lamps
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Metal-halide lamp safe operation requires
lamps to be turned off at least 15 minutes per week
or lamp may rupture near the end of its expected
life. Lamp rupture may discharge glass and
extremely hot quartz (greater than 900 degrees C)
into the surrounding area. Therefore, designs for
metal-halide lamps include weekly turnoff
instructions when continuously operated, 24 hours
per day, 7 days per week. Detail these instructions
on the drawings for posting at the control
locations. For indoor use, color rendition index
(CRI) and color temperature (CCT) may need to be
specified.
**************************************************************************
[ Provide double-ended, 70 watt lamps, conforming to ANSI C78.1381.
][Provide single-ended, wattage as indicated, conforming to ANSI/ANSLG C78.43.
] Provide lamps with a Luminaire Efficiency Rating (LER):
a.
Upward efficiency of 0 percent
[
(1) 150-399 watts:
Minimum 41 LER for closed fixture
][
(2) 400-999 watts:
open fixture
Minimum 53 LER for closed fixture; minimum 59 for
][
(3) 1000 plus watts:
Minimum 77 LER for closed fixture
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] b.
Upward efficiency of 1 percent-10 percent
[
(1) 150-399 watts:
Minimum 56 LER for closed fixture
][
(2) 400-999 watts:
open fixture
Minimum 62 LER for closed fixture; minimum 64 for
][
(3) 1000 plus watts:
] c.
Upward efficiency greater than 20 percent
[
(1) 150-399 watts:
open fixture
Minimum 62 LER for closed fixture; minimum 77 for
][
(2) 400-999 watts:
Minimum 65 LER for closed fixture
]2.2.3
Minimum 88 LER for open fixture
Incandescent Lighting Fixtures
Use of incandescent lamps and fixtures is prohibited, unless specifically
indicated otherwise. Ensure fixtures conform to UL 1598.
2.2.3.1
Incandescent Lamps
Provide the number, type, and wattage indicated.
2.2.4
Commercial Incandescent Lighting Fixtures
Submit manufacturer's catalog data for commercial incandescent lighting
fixtures.
Commercial incandescent lighting fixtures include recessed, surface
mounted, and pendant-mounted luminaires.
Provide [corrosion-resistant nonferrous metal] [sheet steel with
corrosion-resistant finish] metal parts of fixtures. Do not use solder or
self-threading sheet metal screws in the construction of the fixture
enclosure.
Equip fixtures rated up to and including 300 watts with medium screw-base
lampholders. Equip fixtures rated in excess of 300 watts but not more than
1,500 watts with mogul screw-base lampholders. Provide screw shells of
lampholders, which are electrically connected to the metal part of lighting
fixtures, or equipment grounding-circuit conductor.
2.2.4.1
Surface-Mounted Fixtures
Design the surface-mounted fixtures to be fastened to wall or ceiling
flush-mounted outlet boxes. Do not subject combustible ceiling materials
to temperatures in excess of 90 degrees C 195 degrees F.
2.2.4.2
Recessed Fixtures
Design recessed fixtures in suspended ceilings for the type of ceiling
construction in which the fixture is installed. Do not subject combustible
ceiling materials to temperatures in excess of 90 degrees C 195 degrees F.
Where recessed fixtures are supported on suspended ceilings, provide a
minimum of four support rods per fixture with no support further than [150]
[_____] millimeter [6] [_____] inches from the edge of the fixture. Do not
support fixtures by acoustic panels.
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[3.2.4.1
Remote Ballasts
Mount remote type ballasts or transformers, where indicated, in a well
ventilated, easily accessible location, within the maximum operating
distance from the lamp, as designated by the manufacturer.
][3.2.4.2
Electronic Dimming Ballasts
Provide all electronic dimming ballasts, controlled by the same controller,
from the same manufacturer. Season or burn in all fluorescent lamps on
electronic dimming ballast control at full light output for 100 hours
before dimming.
]]3.3
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
Upon completion of installation, verify that equipment is properly
installed, connected, and adjusted. Conduct an operating test to show that
equipment operates in accordance with requirements of this section.
3.3.1
Electronic Dimming Ballast
Test for full range of dimming capability.
flicker over full dimming range.
3.4
Observe for visually detectable
FIELD TESTING
Demonstrate that all incandescent lighting fixtures and their accessories,
including lowering devices, operate satisfactorily in the presence of the
Contracting Officer.
Perform operational tests in the presence of the Contracting Officer and in
accordance with referenced standards in this section.
3.5
MAINTENANCE
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Require O&M manuals for lighting control
systems that use low voltage control circuits.
Example: Light level sensors used with dimming
ballast, or occupancy sensors used with power packs.
**************************************************************************
Submit operation and maintenance data in accordance with Section 01 78 23
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA and as specified herein, showing all light
fixtures, control modules, control zones, occupancy sensors, light level
sensors, power packs, dimming ballasts, schematic diagrams and all
interconnecting control wire, conduit, and associated hardware.
Submit documentation that includes contact information, summary of
procedures, and the limitations and conditions applicable to the project.
Indicate manufacturer's commitment to reclaim materials for recycling
and/or reuse.
3.5.1
Operational Service
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Maintenance agreements are standard practice
in the building industry. Take-back programs refer
to programs in which the product manufacturer
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"takes-back" scrap material and/or packaging
associated with its product. Under a green lease,
when the customer no longer requires the use of the
particular product or requires an updated model, the
manufacturer is obligated to reclaim it and
refurbish it or disassemble it for recycling as
appropriate. Using one of these manufacturer's
services contributes to the following LEED credit:
MR2.
**************************************************************************
Coordinate with manufacturer for [maintenance agreement] [take-back
program] for services which reclaim materials for recycling and/or reuse.
Collect information from the manufacturer about [maintenance agreement]
[green lease] options, and submit to Contracting Officer. Placement into
landfills or burning of reclaimed materials is not allowed. Indicate
procedures for compliance with regulations governing disposal of mercury.
When such a service is not available, seek out local recyclers to reclaim
the materials.
-- End of Section --
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[2.2.10
Fixtures For Hazardous Locations
Provide[ fluorescent][ HID][ incandescent] fixtures for hazardous locations
which conform to UL 844 or which have Factory Mutual certification for the
class and division indicated.[ Ensure fixtures conform to UL 1598 for
marine environments as indicated.]
]2.3
EQUIPMENT
2.3.1
Equipment Identification
2.3.1.1
Manufacturer's Nameplate
Provide each item of equipment with a nameplate bearing the manufacturer's
name, address, model number, and serial number securely affixed in a
conspicuous place. The nameplate of the distributing agent is not
acceptable.
2.3.1.2
Labels
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Labeling of lighting components is an
inexpensive and effective method for helping
facilities personnel properly operate and maintain
the lighting systems. Provide easily readable
labels when standing next to the equipment, and
durable to match the life of the equipment to which
they are attached. Refer to the FEMP guidelines for
lighting at
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/regulations/notices_rules.html
**************************************************************************
Provide labeled luminaires in accordance with UL 1598 requirements.
Clearly mark all luminaires for operation of specific lamps and ballasts
according to proper lamp type. Note the following lamp characteristics in
the format "Use Only [_____]":
a.
Lamp diameter code (T-4, T-5, T-8, T-12), tube configuration (twin,
quad, triple), base type, and nominal wattage for fluorescent and
compact fluorescent luminaires.
b.
Lamp type, wattage, bulb type (ED17, BD56, etc.) and coating (clear or
coated) for HID luminaires.
c.
Start type (preheat, rapid start, instant start) for fluorescent and
compact fluorescent luminaires.
d.
ANSI ballast type (M98, M57, etc.) for HID luminaires.
e.
Correlated color temperature (CCT) and color rendering index (CRI) for
all luminaires.
Ensure all markings related to lamp type are clear and located where they
are readily visible to service personnel, but unseen from normal viewing
angles when lamps are in place. Clearly mark ballasts indicating
multi-level outputs and indicate proper terminals for the various outputs.
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2.3.2
Power Hook Fixture Hangers
Provide UL listed assembly including through-wired power hook housing,
interlocking plug and receptacle, power cord, and fixture support loop.
Provide power hook housing of cast aluminum having two 19 mm 3/4-inch
threaded hubs, including support hook with safety screw. Provide fixture
support loop of cast aluminum with provisions for accepting 19 mm 3/4-inch
threaded fixture stems. Include with a power cord 410 mm 16-inches of 3
conductor No. 16 Type SO cord. Provide complete assembly rated[ 120 volts
or 277 volts, 15 amperes][ 480 volts, 20 amperes].
2.3.3
Auxiliary Instant-On System
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Specify auxiliary quartz or compact
fluorescent system for luminaries where
extinguishing of HID lamps caused by momentary power
interruptions is unacceptable for safety or security
reasons, and inclusion of a central emergency system
is beyond the project scope.
**************************************************************************
Provide an UL listed, automatically switched, instant-on [_____][150][250]
watt[ quartz][ compact fluorescent] lamp. [Quartz][Compact fluorescent]
lamp is to come on when the luminaire is initially energized and following
a momentary power outage. The lamp is to remain on until the HID lamp
reaches approximately 60 percent light output. Design wiring for[ quartz][
compact fluorescent] lamp internal to the ballast and independent of the
incoming line voltage to the ballast.[ Provide instant-on[ quartz][
compact fluorescent] system for each HID fixture.][ Provide instant-on[
quartz][ compact fluorescent] system as indicated.]
2.3.4
2.3.4.1
Support Hangers for Lighting Fixtures in Suspended Ceilings
Wires
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NOTE: Select zinc-coated steel wire for all
locations except those listed in the note in
paragraph WIRES, FOR HUMID SPACES. When spacing of
hanger wires exceeds 1219 mm 4 feet or when heavy
lighting fixtures are supported, 8 or 10 gage wire
should be specified.
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Use wires that are: galvanized regular coating, soft temper, [2.68 mm
][[_____] mm ([______] inches)] [0.1055][_____]-inches in diameter
([12][_____] gage). Ensure wires conform to ASTM A641/A641M.
[2.3.4.2
Wires, for Humid Spaces
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NOTE: Select stainless steel or nickel copper
alloy wire for facilities where high humidity can
be expected such as large kitchens, dishwashing
areas, etc. Select nickel copper alloy when hangers
are used in an indoor pool environment. When
spacing of hanger wires exceeds 1219 mm 4 feet or
when heavy lighting fixtures are supported, 8 or 10
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gage wire should be specified.
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[ Ensure wires conform to ASTM A580/A580M, with composition 302 or 304 steel,
and annealed stainless steel [2.68 mm][[_____] mm] [0.1055][_____]-inches
in diameter ([12][_____] gage).
][Ensure wires conform to ASTM B164, with UNS NO4400, annealed nickel-copper
alloy [2.68 mm][[_____] mm] [0.1055][_____]-inches in diameter ([12]
[_____] gage).
]][2.3.4.3
Straps
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NOTE: Normally wire hangers should be used. If the
project is in an area subject to violent storms,
steel strap or rod hangers should be specified.
Check with area Engineering Office to determine if
straps or rods are needed.
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Provide galvanized steel, 25 by 4.76 mm 1 X 3/16-inch straps, conforming to
ASTM A653/A653M, with a light commercial zinc coating, or conform to
ASTM A1008/A1008M with an electrodeposited zinc coating conforming to
ASTM B633, Type RS.
][2.3.4.4
Rods
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NOTE: Normally wire hangers should be used. If the
project is in an area subject to violent storms,
steel straps or rod hangers should be specified.
Check with area Engineering Office to determine if
straps or rods are needed.
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Provide zinc or cadmium coated, threaded, steel rods, 4.76 mm 3/16-inch
diameter.
]2.3.5
Factory Applied Finish
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NOTE: This paragraph covers only the basic painting
requirements for most electrical equipment. Include
any special finishes for high or low temperatures
and corrosive atmospheres.
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Provide electrical equipment with factory-applied painting systems which,
as a minimum, meet the requirements of the NEMA 250 corrosion-resistance
test.
2.4
2.4.1
ACCESSORIES
Lowering Devices For High-Bay Lighting Fixtures
Submit manufacturer's catalog data for lowering devices for high-bay
lighting fixtures.
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Provide lowering devices for high-bay lighting fixtures consisting of a
hand-operated mechanism that connects, disconnects, raises and lowers the
lighting fixture to permit the servicing and maintenance of fixtures and
equipment at floor level. Include with the lowering device: hangers,
pulleys, beam clamps or suspension fittings, operating cable, hand chain,
and cable and chain fittings.
Provide open face pulleys with cast-aluminum alloy housings and
deep-grooved pulley wheels closely shrouded to prevent lines from becoming
wedged between wheel and housing. Design pulleys to be straight through
for top and bottom mounted operating cables and corner type as required.
Hinge top mounted pulleys with mounting lugs. Provide fixed bottom mounted
pulleys with mounting lugs. Bolt all pulleys to the supporting structure.
Support horizontal runs of operating cable with pulleys located not more
than [10700] [_____] millimeter [35] [_____]-feet apart.
Provide cast-aluminum-alloy housings conforming to ASTM B26/B26M.
Provide malleable-iron fittings conforming to ASTM A47/A47M, and hot-dip
galvanized coatings conforming to ASTM A123/A123M.
2.4.1.1
Contact Assembly
Provide hangers consisting of a two-piece latching spring-loaded mechanism
with an upper and lower separable contact assembly and stem and guide
assembly, with cast-aluminum protective housings. Provide contacts for
two-pole, single 2-wire circuits, and four-pole for 3- and 4-wire circuits
rated 15 amperes at 600 volts and 30 amperes at 250 volts ac.
Include with upper contact assembly an integrally mounted corner pulley
with threaded hub for electrical-conduit connections and a top flange with
[lugs] [ears] for mounting.
Include with lower contact assembly fixture adapters and swivel end
fittings for anchoring operating cable in the stem of the hanger, with
adapters of hot-dip galvanized malleable iron.
2.4.1.2
Lockbox
Include with terminal fittings an enclosed lockbox with hub, tapped for
millimeter 3/4-inch conduit, flared conduit end fitting, pulley wheel,
locking hooks, and hinged cover with provisions for padlocking.
20
Provide cast-aluminum alloy lockbox and cover, with the flared conduit end
fitting of hot-dip galvanized malleable iron.
Mount wall mounted lockbox not less than [1100] [_____] millimeter and not
more than [1370] [_____] millimeter [43] [_____]-inches and not more than
[54] [_____]-inches above the floor at the operating level. Provide pulley
designed to allow horizontal pull operation of the lowering device at the
operating level.
2.4.1.3
Cable/Chain
Provide 3 millimeter 1/8-inch diameter operating cable, 7 by 19 stranded,
heat- and corrosion-resistant steel aircraft cable with link, cable loops,
and serving sleeves. Preform cable with detachable fittings designed for
connection to the terminal fittings. Ensure cable conforms to ASTM A368.
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Provide hand chains which are separate detachable hand lines to provide
means for disconnecting, lowering, raising, and reconnecting fixtures.
Provide hand chain equal in length to the mounting height of the fixture
and equipped with a snap hook for connection to the terminal end of the
operating cable, size 4, hot-dip galvanized steel, conforming to
ASTM A467/A467M, Class MS machine, straight link, steel chain.
PART 3
3.1
3.1.1
EXECUTION
PREPARATION
Field Applied Painting
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NOTE: Use and coordinate paint and coating
requirements with Section 09 90 00 PAINTS AND
COATINGS when provided in the job. If Section
09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS is not provided or when
requirements are beyond what is specified in Section
09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS, specify the
requirements in this paragraph.
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Paint electrical equipment as required to match finish of adjacent surfaces
or to meet the indicated or specified safety criteria. Specify painting in
Section 09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS.
3.2
INSTALLATION
Ensure all electrical installations conform to IEEE C2, NFPA 70, and to the
requirements specified herein.
3.2.1
Lamps
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NOTE: Indicate all lamp types and colors on the
lighting fixture schedule.
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Deliver lamps to the project in the original cartons. Install just prior
to project completion. Replace lamps installed and used for working light
during construction prior to turnover to the Government if more than 15
percent of their rated life has been used. Test the lamps for proper
operation prior to turn-over and replace if necessary with new lamps from
the original manufacturer. Provide 10 percent spare lamps of each type
from the original manufacturer.
3.2.2
Lighting Fixtures
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NOTE: Coordinate these requirements with
architectural plans and specifications. Ensure
requirements for antiterrorism/force protection for
fixtures in suspended ceilings are included in and
coordinated with Section 09 51 00 ACOUSTICAL
CEILINGS by referencing ASTM E580/E580M seismic
requirements in that section.
Design lighting fixtures for facilities located in
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earthquake zones with additional supports and
restraining devices as described in Army TI809-04,
"Seismic Design for Buildings."
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Set lighting fixtures plumb, square, and level with ceiling and walls, in
alignment with adjacent lighting fixtures. Secure fixtures in accordance
with manufacturers' directions and approved drawings, in conformance with
the requirements of NFPA 70. Mounting heights specified or indicated are
to the bottom of fixture for ceiling-mounted fixtures and to center of
fixture for wall-mounted fixtures. Obtain approval of the exact mounting
for lighting fixtures on the job before commencing installation and, where
applicable, after coordinating with the type, style, and pattern of the
ceiling being installed. Independently support recessed and semi-recessed
fixtures from the building structure by a minimum of four wires[ or
straps][ or rods] per fixture and locate near each corner of each fixture.
Ceiling grid clips are not allowed as an alternative to independently
supported light fixtures. Independently support round fixtures smaller in
size than the ceiling grid from the building structure by a minimum of four
wires[ or straps][ or rods] per fixture spaced approximately equidistant
around the fixture. Do not support fixtures by ceiling acoustical panels.
Where fixtures of sizes less than the ceiling grid are indicated to be
centered in the acoustical panel, support such fixtures independently and
provide at least two 19 mm 3/4 inch metal channels spanning, and secured
to, the ceiling tees for centering and aligning the fixture. Provide
wires[ or straps][ or rods] for lighting fixture support in this section.
Lighting fixtures installed in suspended ceilings are to comply with the
requirements of Section 09 51 00 ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS.
3.2.3
Suspended Fixtures
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NOTE: Coordinate pendant sway bracing details with
the architect. The architect may prefer to provide
pendant sway bracing details in locations where
appearance is important.
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Provide suspended fixtures with 0.79 rad 45 degree swivel hangers so that
they hang plumb and locate with no obstructions within the 0.79 rad 45
degree range in all directions. Provide the stem, canopy and fixture
capable of a 0.79 rad 45 degree swing. Brace pendants, rods, or chains 1.2
meters 4-feet or longer excluding fixture, to prevent swaying, using three
cables at 2.09 rad 120 degree separation. Provide suspended fixtures in
continuous rows with internal wireway systems for end to end wiring and
properly aligned to provide a straight and continuous row without bends,
gaps, light leaks or filler pieces. Use aligning splines on extruded
aluminum fixtures to assure hairline joints. Support steel fixtures to
prevent "oil-canning" effects. Ensure fixture finishes are free of
scratches, nicks, dents, and warps, and matching the color and gloss
specified. Finish pendants to match furniture. Select aircraft cable made
from stainless steel. Install canopies finished to match the ceiling and
are low profile unless otherwise shown. Ensure maximum distance between
suspension points is 3.1 meters 10-feet or as recommended by the
manufacturer, whichever is less.
[3.2.4
Ballasts
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[3.2.4.1
Remote Ballasts
Mount remote type ballasts or transformers, where indicated, in a well
ventilated, easily accessible location, within the maximum operating
distance from the lamp, as designated by the manufacturer.
][3.2.4.2
Electronic Dimming Ballasts
Provide all electronic dimming ballasts, controlled by the same controller,
from the same manufacturer. Season or burn in all fluorescent lamps on
electronic dimming ballast control at full light output for 100 hours
before dimming.
]]3.3
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
Upon completion of installation, verify that equipment is properly
installed, connected, and adjusted. Conduct an operating test to show that
equipment operates in accordance with requirements of this section.
3.3.1
Electronic Dimming Ballast
Test for full range of dimming capability.
flicker over full dimming range.
3.4
Observe for visually detectable
FIELD TESTING
Demonstrate that all incandescent lighting fixtures and their accessories,
including lowering devices, operate satisfactorily in the presence of the
Contracting Officer.
Perform operational tests in the presence of the Contracting Officer and in
accordance with referenced standards in this section.
3.5
MAINTENANCE
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NOTE: Require O&M manuals for lighting control
systems that use low voltage control circuits.
Example: Light level sensors used with dimming
ballast, or occupancy sensors used with power packs.
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Submit operation and maintenance data in accordance with Section 01 78 23
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA and as specified herein, showing all light
fixtures, control modules, control zones, occupancy sensors, light level
sensors, power packs, dimming ballasts, schematic diagrams and all
interconnecting control wire, conduit, and associated hardware.
Submit documentation that includes contact information, summary of
procedures, and the limitations and conditions applicable to the project.
Indicate manufacturer's commitment to reclaim materials for recycling
and/or reuse.
3.5.1
Operational Service
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NOTE: Maintenance agreements are standard practice
in the building industry. Take-back programs refer
to programs in which the product manufacturer
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"takes-back" scrap material and/or packaging
associated with its product. Under a green lease,
when the customer no longer requires the use of the
particular product or requires an updated model, the
manufacturer is obligated to reclaim it and
refurbish it or disassemble it for recycling as
appropriate. Using one of these manufacturer's
services contributes to the following LEED credit:
MR2.
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Coordinate with manufacturer for [maintenance agreement] [take-back
program] for services which reclaim materials for recycling and/or reuse.
Collect information from the manufacturer about [maintenance agreement]
[green lease] options, and submit to Contracting Officer. Placement into
landfills or burning of reclaimed materials is not allowed. Indicate
procedures for compliance with regulations governing disposal of mercury.
When such a service is not available, seek out local recyclers to reclaim
the materials.
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