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SECTION 26 09 43.19
EXTERIOR WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROLS
 
 
Copyright 2016 - 2016 ARCAT, Inc. - All rights reserved
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Wattstopper ; exterior lighting control products.
.
This section is based on the products of Wattstopper , which is located at:
2700 Zanker Rd. Suite 168
San Jose, CA 95134
Toll Free Tel: 800-879-8585
Tel: 408-988-5331
Fax: 408-988-5373
Email: request info (sales_info@wattstopper.com)
Web: www.wattstopper.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
Wattstopper, a product line of Legrand, offers the most comprehensive line of simple, scalable and flexible energy efficient lighting controls and solutions for commercial and residential applications. The Wattstopper range of products, programs, and services have been helping customers save energy, meet green initiatives and comply with energy codes for more than 30 years.
A leading provider of products and systems for electrical installations and information networks wherever people live and work, Legrand delivers an unequaled depth and breadth of innovative solutions. Legrand North America and Legrand Canada companies include: Cablofil, Electrorack, Middle Atlantic, On Q, Ortronics, Pass & Seymour, Vantage and Wiremold.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
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A.
Control Hardware.
B.
Software.
C.
Network.
D.
Monitoring.
E.
Outdoor photo controls.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
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A.
Section 26 56 33 - Walkway Lighting [26 56 00] - Exterior Lighting.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
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A.
ANSI C136.10 - American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Locking-Type Photo control Devices and Mating Receptacles - Physical and Electrical Interchangeability and Testing; 2010.
B.
ANSI C136.24 - American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment -Nonlocking (Button) Type Nodes; 2004 (R2010).
C.
NECA 1- Standard for Good Workmanship in Electrical Construction; 2010.
D.
NECA 130 - Standard for Installing and Maintaining Wiring Devices; National Electrical Contractors Association; 2010.
E.
NEMA 250 - Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum); 2008.
F.
NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code; National Fire Protection Association.
G.
UL 773 - Plug-in Locking Type Nodes for Use with Area Lighting; Current Edition, Including AII Revisions. UL 916 - Energy Management Equipment,
H.
UL 917 - Clock-Operated Switches.
1.4
DESIGN / PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
Conform to requirements of NFPA 70.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Ratings, configurations, standard wiring diagrams, dimensions, colors, service condition requirements, and installed features.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Installation methods.
C.
Shop Drawings: Wiring diagrams for the various components of the WattStopper System specified. Include fixture Identifier (pole number) for each node location on site lighting plans and Wireless Network Manager / Antenna location
 
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D.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
E.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
F.
Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
G.
Closeout Submittals:
1.
Project Record Documents: Record actual installed locations and settings for lighting control devices.
2.
Operation and Maintenance Manual:
a.
Include approved Shop Drawings and Product Data.
b.
Include Sequence of Operation, identifying operation for each room or space.
c.
Include manufacturer's maintenance information.
d.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Include detailed information on device programming and setup.
e.
Include startup and test reports.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing of networked lighting control products with minimum three years documented experience.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Company specializing in installation of networked lighting control products with minimum three years documented experience.
C.
System Components: Demonstrate that individual components have undergone quality control and testing prior to shipping.
1.7
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Store products in a clean, dry space in original manufacturer's packaging in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions until ready for installation
1.8
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
1.9
WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer shall provide a 5 year limited warranty on products within this installation and consisting of a one for one control replacement.
1.10
EXTRA MATERIALS
A.
See Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
B.
Deliver extra sets of items for Owner's use in maintenance as follows:
1.
5 percent Extra Nodes (NWTL-xxx)
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Wattstopper , which is located at: 2700 Zanker Rd. Suite 168; San Jose, CA 95134; Toll Free Tel: 800-879-8585; Tel: 408-988-5331; Fax: 408-988-5373; Email: request info (sales_info@wattstopper.com); Web: www.wattstopper.com
 
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B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
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2.2
EXTERIOR WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROLS - GENERAL
A.
System: Provide WattStopper / Legrand, Exterior Wireless Lighting Controls for exterior lighting indicated on the Drawings and specified in Section 26 56 33 - Walkway Lighting [26 56 00].
1.
Description: WattStopper Wireless Network consists of WattStopper radio frequency (RF) controllers (nodes) communicating with Wireless Network Managers, and optional Servers to consolidate Wireless Network Managers into a single interface. The Network includes software applications for secure management, control and monitoring of the nodes, a database of control and operational data, and a web interface designed to display operational data and interface with individual units in a network of controls.
2.
Operating Sequence:
a.
Automatic Operation (Dimming):
1)
Local astronomic control of On/Off with options to reduce light levels on internal schedules.
2)
Event capabilities in the Wireless Network Manager can override local schedules in the Nodes to control ON/OFF or dim levels.
3)
Events can be scheduled in advance using the 365 day scheduling capabilities.
b.
Group Controls:
1)
Groups may be managed by using Tags for groups to represent physical or virtual zones.
2)
Groups may be controlled based upon photocells, motion sensors, schedules or other inputs to the system using with Input / Output Nodes.
3)
Group control may include On/Off or preset light levels.
B.
Ratings: Ratings shall be as listed for each control individually.
2.3
CONTROL HARDWARE
A.
Network Controls: WattStopper network consists of a series of WattStopper wireless lighting and I/O controls communicating with each other over a wireless IP network, WattStopper dimming control modules interfacing with fixtures and dimming drivers, and WattStopper Wireless Network Managers that communicates with a single web based Central Management System (CMS). The wireless network will support two types of wireless devices:
 
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1.
Twist lock dimming controls (NWTL-111)
a.
30 to 1,000 watts.
b.
100-480 volts AC
c.
Input - dry contact closure from any 3 wire Wattstopper sensor
d.
24 VDC Power source for low voltage sensors
e.
Complies with ANSI C136 .10.
f.
Collects data from the Node, then sends data wirelessly to Wireless Network Server.
g.
Average power consumption under 2 watts.
h.
Minus 40 to 70 degrees C; up to 90 degrees C interface per ANSI; base rated at 120 degrees C.
i.
Wirelessly interfaces with the Wireless Network Manager.
2.
I/O Modules
a.
For connection of motion, photo or other sensors, and switches to the wireless network.
b.
4, 12 and 24 I/O configuration.
c.
Catalog numbers -WIO-4UI, WIO-4DI, WIO-4, WIO-12, WIO-24.
d.
NEMA 4 (weatherproof) models include WIO-4WP and WIO-6WP.
3.
Control
a.
Remote on/off control .
b.
Grouped scheduling (energy savings).
c.
Dimming control modules shall include individual and group control.
d.
Dimming module provides wireless dimming control for any fixture with 0 to 10V dimming ballast/driver.
4.
Wireless enabled communication.
a.
2.4 GHz -802.15 .4 compatible.
b.
FCC Part 15 approved.
c.
1,000 foot clear line of sight.
d.
Self-healing tree network with repeating Nodes.
5.
Compatible with 0-10V dimming ballasts.
a.
Voltage 72-305 VAC; 320J MOV -9500 amp surge protection.
b.
Average power consumption of 1.4 watts.
c.
Maximum power consumption of 2.2 watts.
d.
Dimming control module shall operate in minus 40 to plus 70 degrees C ambient temperatures.
6.
Control
a.
Remote continuous dimming control.
b.
Momentary contacts.
c.
Lights Automatic.
d.
Lights 100 percent.
e.
Lights Off.
2.4
ACCESSORlES
A.
Antenna mounts and cables for radio operation.
B.
Wireless Network Managers shall be preconfigured to connect to the Wireless Network Server and require no explicit configuration.
C.
Wireless Network Managers shall include the following features:
1.
Synchronizes wireless network and manages Node time.
2.
Receives inputs and executes individual and group commands.
3.
Overrides local schedules for event planning.
4.
Stores Node historical data.
5.
Transmits node data back to Wireless Network Server.
6.
Wireless 2.4 GHz - 802 .15.4 Control Network.
a.
FCC Part 15 approved.
b.
1,000 foot clear line of sight.
c.
Supports up to 200 nodes.
7.
Cellular Communications Network.
a.
GSM, GPRS, CDMA, modem; Ethernet link for optional WAN connection via the internet.
8.
WiFi Network - 802.11N.
9.
General
a.
320J MOV - 6,500 amp surge protection.
b.
Voltage 100-130 VAC.
c.
Wireless Network Server shall operate in minus 40 to plus 70 degrees C ambient temperatures.
d.
System shall be scalable and capable of supporting networks of varying size.
e.
All servers in the Wireless Network Server shall use the NTP protocol to ensure that their clocks are in sync.
2.5
SOFTWARE
A.
WattStopper Wireless Network shall interface with a network capable of displaying data collected.
B.
WattStopper Network shall interface with a web portal providing remote user control over elements within the network.
C.
Web portal shall include the following functions and control views:
1.
Function - a Scripting engine that assists in automating tasks such as commissioning or reporting.
2.
Settings - A configuration tool to enable applications, communications, ports, email, and protocols.
3.
Users - to add access rights such as settings, help, alarm, eqipm, graphics, history, notes, reports, and schedule access for specific user accounts.
4.
Debug - a trouble shooting, logging and reporting tool to manage the scripting functions.
5.
Help - Online, content sensitive assistance.
6.
Alarm - Reporting tool for alarms, can print, email or text alarm conditions.
7.
Builder - A database builder that imports all available connections and allows the selection of sensors and control points to be integrated into the system for monitoring and control.
8.
Connectors - A configuration too to enable multiple protocols to be enabled, configured and managed.
9.
Control - A user interface for setting up control logic including scheduling and Inputs / Output relationships and sequences of operation.
10.
Energy - A energy reporting tool using Power, Energy and rate structures for analyzing energy use and costs.
11.
Equipment - A tool used to organized sensors and control points associated with a piece of equipment or room.
12.
Graphics - A tool for visualizing data. Can be used with mapping programs or CAD drawings to display loads or sensors.
13.
Historian - A time based visualization tool to view one or multiple data points from any device connected to the network.
14.
Job - An automation tool for synchronizing systems or performing automated tasks on a scheduled basis.
15.
KPI - A visualization tool that compares building or system performance against user defined Key Performance Indexes.
16.
Note - A tool used to communicate additional information about a device or area, can be used in troubleshooting or system maintenance.
17.
Reports - Standard and customized information organized to meet the customers' requirements for specific period performance.
18.
Schedule - Standard time based, astronomic and holiday schedules for control system operation.
19.
Weather - a link to weather stations to bring in information from outside weather sources including sunrise/sunset times, temperatures, humidity, sunlight levels and other relevant weather data.
D.
Dashboard view shall summarize the status of all Nodes, and Wireless Network Managers within the network:
1.
Users shall be able to quickly determine the operational status of all Nodes within the system.
2.
Users shall be able to export status data.
3.
Users shall be able to print status data in a format conducive to presentation.
4.
Users shall be able to request additional information about abnormal operations within the system.
a.
Users shall be able to see basic information about malfunctions .
b.
Users shall be able to see the location of each malfunctioning device Users shall be able to see a seven day history of each device.
c.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to create work orders.
d.
The Map view shall provide a geographical representation of system assets.
e.
Users shall be able to navigate around the map using standard navigational constructs.
5.
Users shall be able to determine which assets are operating normally and which ones are malfunctioning in some way based on the icons used to represent each fixture.
6.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to relocate a fixture from within the Map view.
7.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to add or view notes about a fixture from within the Map view.
8.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to view or edit the attributes collected about each fixture during node activation from within the Map view.
9.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to issue the following commands to fixtures from within the Map view.
a.
Turn on or off for x time, x not to exceed one day.
b.
Turn on or off until y time, y not to exceed one day. Return to normal operation.
c.
Dim to x level for y time, x ranging from 0-100 and y not to exceed one day
10.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to issue commands to groups as well as individual units within the system.
11.
Users with appropriate permissions shall be able to create work orders from within the Map view.
12.
AII users shall have read only access to the information on the Map view regardless of permissions.
13.
History view shall provide historical data for all fixtures.
a.
History shall be available for either seven days or thirty days.
b.
History view shall include filters that focus attention on specific assets or operational conditions.
14.
History view shall include daily and hourly data for each fixture in the system. Data shall be available in both report and graphical formats.
E.
Grouping view shall enable users to interact with units within the network as a single group:
1.
Users shall be able to define a subset of units on the network as a group from within the Grouping view.
2.
Users shall be able to name each group from within the Grouping view.
3.
Users shall be able to add additional nodes to a group from within the Grouping view.
4.
Users shall be able to remove devices from a group from within the Grouping view.
5.
Users shall be able to view information about the status of all devices within a group from the Grouping view.
6.
Status information displayed in the Grouping view shall use the same format as the same information within the Dashboard view.
F.
Scheduling view shall enable users to schedule commands:
1.
Users shall be able to define schedules from within the Scheduling view.
2.
Users shall be able to issue schedules from within the Scheduling view.
3.
Users shall be able to define events from within the Scheduling view.
4.
Users shall be able to issue events from within the Scheduling view.
5.
The Scheduling view shall recognize and use groups defined within the Grouping view.
6.
Events shall take priority over Node schedules if both are in place for the same units at the same time.
2.6
NETWORKING
A.
Nodes within the network shall be capable of remote turn off and turn on.
B.
Nodes within the network shall be capable of assignment to groups which can be controlled over the network as a single unit.
C.
Nodes within the network shall communicate with neighbor controls and Wireless Network Manager devices via Gigahertz radio signals within a network.
D.
Nodes within the network shall have a communications range of 1,000 feet between devices.
E.
Communications between controls are optimized with a direct line of sight.
F.
Historical data shall have an adjustable collection interval resolution starting at one minute.
G.
Data sent from individual controls via radio signals shall be encrypted
H.
Data sent from the Wireless Network Manager to the Wireless Network Server shall be encrypted.
I.
Nodes within the network shall provide troubleshooting information over the network in the form of alarms:
1.
All troubleshooting reports shall include the MAC number of the associated photocontrol.
2.
Fixture malfunctions shall be reported.
3.
Cycling fixtures shall be reported.
4.
Day burning fixtures shall be reported.
5.
Uncommunicative photo controls shall be reported.
6.
Power details for fixtures shall be reported.
7.
Photo control within the network shall operate as a standard standalone photocontrol if networking fails.
8.
Performance of scheduled operations shall continue while in standalone mode.
J.
No node within an installation shall be a communications bottleneck. If any control within an installation is unavailable for communication for any reason, the signal shall be sent via different path.
K.
Daily data collation shall run from midnight to midnight each night.
2.7
MONITORING
A.
System shall monitor the following:
1.
Remote Monitoring and Diagnostics
2.
Fixture Malfunction
3.
Cycling
4.
Day-burner
5.
Unspecified Malfunction
6.
No Communication
7.
No power
8.
Low System Voltage
9.
High System Voltage
10.
High V Delta
11.
Low Wattage
12.
Excessive Power Use
13.
Fixture on a Group Control
B.
System shall provide runtime charts (bar or line), and allow comparison of variables against similar devices (voltage, watts, amps, etc).
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Do not begin installation until measurements have been verified and work areas have been properly prepared.
B.
If preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
3.2
INSTALLATION
A.
Install system in accordance with the approved system shop drawings and manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Wireless Network:
1.
Install server in location indicated on the Drawings.
2.
Install Network Manager(s).
3.
Install the antenna to connector at the Wireless Network Manager.
4.
Mast arm/pole mounting: Use 7-8 foot pounds (9 .5-10.9 Newton meters) of torque to fasten two 5/16-18 bolts around bracket holding the pole.
C.
Install and connect photocontrol as directed by the manufacturer.
D.
Dimming Control Modules: Install as directed by the manufacturer.
1.
Mount dimming control module in NEMA receptacle with a minimum of components blocking line of sight to the NEMA receptacle.
2.
Module identification label must be visible when the wiring compartment is opened and a clear path provided sufficient for a barcode scanner to scan the label. If not possible, provide a duplicate identification label applied to the interior of the fixture in a location that is accessible to a barcode scanner when the enclosure is opened.
3.
Dimming control modules are rated to 85C ambient, resulting in a 90 degree C case temperature maximum at the indicated thermocouple point (see datasheet). End applications must ensure that these limits are not exceeded.
4.
Do not mount the dimming control module where it may come into contact with the mast arm during installation.
E.
Provide power source and power supplies for Wireless Network Server and Operator Control Station.
F.
Follow manufacturers' instructions for installation and all low voltage wiring.
G.
Comply with energy code lighting control system "Acceptance Requirements". Acceptance tests are used to verify that lighting controls were installed and calibrated correctly. Tests may require that a responsible party certify that controls are installed and calibrated properly. Verify requirements with building authority.
3.3
STARTUP AND ACTIVATION
A.
System installation process shall rely on barcodes to capture data:
1.
The following information shall be encapsulated into a barcode associated with each fixture each unit:
a.
Lamp type.
b.
Wattage.
c.
Fixture manufacturer.
d.
Pole type.
3.4
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Manufacturer's Field Service: Engage a factory-authorized service representative to inspect components, assemblies, and equipment installations, including connections, and to assist in testing.
B.
Tests and Inspections: Tests shall be witnessed by Owner's Representative.
1.
Verify connection of power wiring and load circuits.
2.
Verify connection and location of controls.
3.
Verify lighting management hubs and system data program is installed.
4.
Verify proper connection of panel links (low voltage/data).
5.
Verify addresses have been assigned to exterior photo sensors and lighting control devices.
6.
Verify system operation control by control.
7.
Verify proper operation of manufacturer's interfacing equipment.
8.
Verify proper operation of servers, client station PC, and installed programs.
C.
Network lighting controls will be considered defective if it does not pass tests and inspections.
1.
Correct wiring deficiencies and replace damaged or defective lighting control devices.
2.
Retest and confirm proper operation.
D.
Provide a report in table format including each room or space that has occupancy sensors and/or light level sensors installed. Indicate the following for each space:
1.
Date of test or inspection.
2.
Pole Number and Fixture Address.
3.
Quantity and Type of each device installed
4.
Sequence of Operation for the control each zone controlled.
5.
Verification that the control of each space complies with the Sequence of Operation.
6.
Test Reports for each device.
7.
Photo control Sensors, indicate the following:
a.
Ambient light level at which the lights turn on (low level).
b.
Ambient light level at which the lights turn off.
c.
Location of light level readings.
d.
Time delay settings.
8.
Manual Controls, indicate the following:
a.
Light fixture output steps up to 100 percent upon manual activation.
b.
Light fixture output steps down to low level upon manual activation.
c.
Light fixture output resets to default low level photocontrol operation after lights are turned off (by methods, manual or automatic means).
d.
Time delay settings.
3.5
DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING
A.
Before Substantial Completion, arrange and provide a one-day Owner instruction period to designated Owner personnel. Set-up, starting of the lighting control system and Owner instruction includes:
1.
Confirmation of entire system operation and communication to each device.
2.
Confirmation of operation of individual relays, switches, and sensors.
3.
Confirmation of system Programming, photocell settings, override settings, etc.
4.
Provide training to cover installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, programming, and repair and operation of the lighting control system.
3.6
PRODUCT SUPPORT AND SERVICE
A.
Factory telephone support shall be available at no cost to the owner. Factory assistance shall consist of assistance in solving application issues pertaining to the control equipment.
END OF SECTION