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Legrand: Wattstopper Factory Assembled Roller Shades
 
         
SECTION 12 24 13
 
         
FACTORY ASSEMBLED ROLLER SHADES
 
         
 
         
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          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Legrand: Wattstopper Rollershade systems products.

This section is based on the products of Legrand: Wattstopper, which is located at:
2700 Zanker Rd, Suite 168
San Jose, CA 95134
Phone: 408-988-5331
Fax: 408-988-5373
Web: www.legrand.us/wattstopper.aspx
Email: jon.null@legrand.us
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Windows and shades aren't meant to be a barrier between people and nature - they're meant to create synergy with nature. Light and shade guide our environment and influence our mood on a biological level. They are the vanguard of modern building design. And now, they have evolved. With Legrand, shading is no longer an afterthought. A blend of innovative technology and exquisite aesthetic, Legrand shading systems offer design flexibility, precision control and certified sustainability.

Legrand Shading Teleshade (TS) series is a factory configured shade cassette system that ships as a fully assembled cassette system to guarantee perfect operation based on project design requirement with enhanced features. The shades and large selection of fabric options provide glare control and allow occupants to access daylight and views. The TS system is offered both as a manual and motorized solutions and allows for a complete product solution for any shading project. Motorized systems are also compatable with Legrand/Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management and Architectural Dimming control systems.

Legrand shading is design-first. But it's not a one and done affair. We offer continuous support after tenant move-in through ongoing service contracting with our secure connected services program.
 
          PART 1GENERAL
 
          1.1SECTION INCLUDES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
          A.Legrand Teleshade (TS) Series Manual Shading System.
 
          B.Legrand Teleshade TS Series Low Voltage Motorized Shading System for DLM controls.
 
          C.Legrand Teleshade TS Series Low Voltage Motorized Shading System for QIS Controls.
 
          D.Legrand Teleshade TS Series Line Voltage Motorized Shading System for Somfy Controls.
 
          1.2RELATED SECTIONS
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
          A.Section 06 10 00 - Rough Carpentry: Blocking for support of window shade hardware.
 
          B.Section 07 90 00 - Joint Sealers: Sealants for perimeter of shade system.
 
          C.Section 09 21 23 - Gypsum Board Assemblies: Suspended gypsum board ceilings to contain recessed window shade pockets.
 
          D.Section 09 51 23 - Acoustical Tile Ceilings: Suspended acoustical panel ceilings to contain recessed window shade pockets.
 
          E.Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
 
          F.Section 23 09 00 - Instrumentation and Control for HVAC.
 
          G.Section 26 05 19 - Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables" for power cables.
 
          H.Section 26 09 33 - Architectural Lighting Controls" for lighting integration into digital shading systems.
 
          I.Section 26 09 43 - Distributed Digital Lighting Controls" for lighting integration into digital shading systems.
 
          1.3REFERENCES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
          A.NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code; National Fire Protection Association.
 
          B.NEMA - National Electrical Manufacturers Association
 
          C.FCC emission standards
 
          D.UL - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Listings
 
          E.UL 2043 - Standard for Fire Test for Heat and Visible Smoke Release for Discrete Products Installed in Air-Handling Spaces.
 
          F.UL 20 - General Use Switches, Plug Load Controls
 
          G.UL 924 - Standard for Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment
 
          H.ULC - Underwriter Laboratories of Canada Listings
 
          I.UL GREENGUARD Certification Program (GreenGuard Gold).
 
          J.LEED -Leadership in Energy and Environment Design is an internationally recognized third-party green building certification program.
 
          1.4SUBMITTALS
 
          A.Submit under provisions of Section 01 33 26 - Submittal Procedures.
 
          B.Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
          1.Preparation instructions and recommendations.
          2.Installation and maintenance instructions.
          3.Styles, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components, profiles, features, finishes and operating instructions.
          4.Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
          5.Mounting details and installation methods.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph for manual operation shades.
          6.Typical wiring diagrams including integration of motor controllers with building management system, and lighting control systems as applicable.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for projects with complex requirements for window treatment. Delete if not required.
 
          C.Shop Drawings: Plans, elevations, sections, product details, installation details, operational clearances, wiring diagrams and relationship to adjacent work
 
          D.Window Treatment Schedule: For all roller shades. Use same room designations as indicated on the Drawings, field verified window dimensions, quantities, type of shade, controls, shadeband material, and color, and include opening sizes and key to typical mounting details.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraphs if LEED is not applicable.
 
          E.LEED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the requirements of Credit will be met:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
          F.Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
 
          G.Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
 
          H.Maintenance Data: Methods for maintaining roller shades, precautions regarding cleaning materials and methods, instructions for operating hardware and controls.
 
          I.Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
 
          J.Closeout Submittals: Provide manufacturer's maintenance instructions that include recommendations for periodic checking and adjustment and periodic cleaning and maintenance of all components.
 
          1.5QUALITY ASSURANCE
 
          A.Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing of centralized and distributed lighting control systems with a minimum of 25 years documented experience.
 
          B.Installer Qualifications: Company certified by Legrand and specializing in installation of networked lighting control products with minimum 3 years documented experience.
 
          C.System Components: Demonstrate that individual components have undergone quality control and testing prior to shipping
 
          D.NFPA Flame-Test: Passes NFPA 701. Materials tested shall be identical to products proposed for use
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph if required for motorized products specified.
 
          E.Motor operators, controls, and controllers shall be certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing laboratory (NRTL) to provide UL or ETL recognized or listed wired AC and DC powered motors and components.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
          F.Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
          1.Finish areas designated by Architect.
          2.Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
          3.Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
          4.Accepted mock-ups shall be comparison standard for remaining work.
 
          1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
 
          A.Deliver products in factory packages, marked with manufacturer, product name, and location of installation using same designations indicated on Drawings
 
          B.Store cassette units flat, on a flat horizontal surface to prevent sagging and deformation/twisting of contents, until ready for installation
 
          C.Store products in a clean, dry space in original manufacturer's packaging in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions until ready for installation.
 
          1.7SEQUENCING
 
          A.Ensure that locating templates and other information required for installation of products of this section are furnished to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
          B.Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
          1.8PROJECT 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.
 
          B.Do not install shade units until interior painting, wet work, ceilings, window pockets, and mechanical/electrical work above window site is complete before installation
 
          1.9WARRANTY
 
          A.For all shade motors, controls, and power supplies manufactured by Legrand: lifetime of the motor, control or power supply.
 
          B.For all shade motors, controls, and power supplies manufactured by Others: eight (8) years.
 
          C.For all hardware including shade brackets, metal extrusions, and manual clutches: twenty-five (25) years.
 
          D.For fabrics used as part of the shade system (for interior use only, regardless of whether fabrics are rated for outdoor/exterior use):
          1.Mermet Fabrics:
          a.Mermet GreenScreen fabric: five (5) years
          b.All other Mermet fabrics: ten (10) years
          2.Phifer Fabrics - twenty-five (25) years
          3.All Others - five (5) years
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following optional paragraphs for use with Motorized TS Series Low Voltage Shade System for DLM Motors and Controls only. Delete entirely if not required. Coordinate with Section 16575 [26 09 43] - Distributed Digital Lighting Controls" for lighting and shading integration into digital shading systems.
 
          1.10MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONAL SERVICES
 
          A.Remote Access and Enhanced Warranty for Networked Lighting Controls: Provide Manufacturer's Remote Access and Enhanced Warranty for Networked Lighting and Shading Controls as follows:
          1.Configure to allow the manufacturer remote access to the lighting and shading control system. Configuration includes at a minimum: cellular modem, antenna for the modem, cellular service contract and any connections required to enable communication to the specified Network Lighting and Shading Control system.
          2.Remote Access program will automatically trigger a First Year Enhanced Warranty Agreement that will start once lighting and shading control system startup is complete and accepted by the Owner. During this one year period, the Owners authorized site contact can request the manufacturer to check the system for proper operation, and make any programmable changes desired. Manufacturer shall provide a phone number dedicated to customer calls concerning Remote Accessible systems, and a support organization capable of enabling cellular communication to the system for troubleshooting and making requested changes to the system. Any user attempting to request remote support on the system shall be fully verified by the Remote Operations Center (ROC) before providing remote support or making any changes to the system. Systems that allow the modem to be always accessible will not be acceptable. Access must be by a secured VPN connection to the private lighting control network that is completely isolated from the Owner's internal network. Remote access that requires a connection through the Owner's internal network is not acceptable.
          3.Remote Access Program may be continued by the Owner after the first year. However, If the Owner does not continue the enhanced warranty the cellular contract will lapse, and all hardware components, while still remaining property of the Owner, will remain in situ so that they can be re-activated at a later time should the Owner desire.
          4.Manufacturer's Remote Access capability shall provide at a minimum the following features:
          a.Ability to provide initial system diagnostics through LMCS Software to detect fault conditions in hardware or connected devices.
          b.Access to all devices via LMCS Software allowing for programmability of device features. This will include all scheduling of Time of Day Events and programming of individual device parameters to meet Sequence of Operation requirements.
          c.Access to the LMSM Segment Manager browser-based interface (if included on project) to verify it is setup per project documentation, and all functional operations are working properly.
          d.On demand access to manufacturer technical support via a Remote Operations Center (ROC) that will provide remote troubleshooting, diagnostics, and configuration/programming assistance.
          e.Additional client training and tuning on the Lighting and Shading Control System after building occupancy can be performed while remotely connected to the site.
          f.Remote Site Readiness Check (SRC) which allows the Remote Operations Center to perform a remote discovery of all devices connected to the lighting and shading control network during installation. DLM Networked projects that have a RACCESS cellular modem and have successfully completed the Site Readiness Check (SRC) process will receive priority scheduling (a SRC is considered successful if 80% or more of the networked devices are found on the network during discovery). After the scheduled on-site startup, all manufacturer provided startup work for a site with a successful SRC will be done remotely, or via later complimentary return trips.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following optional paragraphs ONLY if "Remote Access and Enhanced Warranty for Networked Lighting and Shading Controls" is specified above. Delete entirely if not required.
 
          B.Technology-Enabled Service Contract: The manufacturer of the Lighting and Shading Control System shall provide a service contract for continued support of the system post installation that combines secure yet immediately accessible remote support with the backup assurance of onsite support when necessary. The coverage levels and features of the selected service contract would apply immediately upon completion of startup and supersede any enhanced remote support offered by the manufacturer during the first year after startup.
          1.Technology-enabled service contract requires a RACCESS (Remote Access) secure cellular connection that allows the manufacturer remote access to the lighting control system to provide remote troubleshooting, diagnostics, and configuration/programming assistance. Manufacturer shall ensure provision of a cellular service plan that keeps the modem active through the chosen Technology-Enabled Service Contract's duration.
          2.If the customer does not renew the Service Contract at the end of the contract term, the cellular service plan will lapse, and all hardware components will remain in situ so that they can be re-activated later should the customer desire.
          3.Technology-Enabled Service Contract Specifics
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs a. or b. below and delete the one not required.
          a.Provide a complete "Connect Plus" Service Contract that includes the following features:
          1)Priority access to manufacturer technical support via a Remote Operations Center
          2)A complete system backup of LMCS and Segment Manager software files semi-annually
          3)Semi-annual Device Health Checks to identify any devices that have been bypassed, disconnected, or not functioning with recommendations for resolution
          4)An annual onsite training session by a certified factory-trained technician
          5)Semi-annual system tuning visits to optimize the lighting and shading configuration, fine tune the Sequence of Operations or make programming changes to the system
          6)A 3 day onsite response time for unscheduled emergency visits provided by factory-trained technicians
          b.Provide a complete "Connect Prime" Service Contract that includes the following:
          1)24/7 priority access to manufacturer technical support via a Remote Operations Center
          2)A complete system backup of LMCS and Segment Manager software files quarterly
          3)Quarterly Device Health Checks to identify any devices that have been bypassed, disconnected, or not functioning with recommendations for resolution
          4)Semi-annual onsite training sessions by a certified factory-trained technician
          5)Quarterly system tuning visits to optimize the lighting configuration, fine tune the Sequence of Operations or make programming changes to the system
          6)A next day onsite response time for unscheduled emergency visits provided by factory-trained technicians
          4.Length of Technology-Enabled Service Contract:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs for the length of contact required and delete those not required:
          a.1 Year
          b.2 Year
          c.3 Year
          d.4 Year
          e.5 Year
 
          1.11EXTRA MATERIALS
 
          A.See Section 01 65 00 - Product Requirements, for additional provisions.
 
          B.Furnish extra maintenance materials that match products installed and that are packaged with protective covering for storage and identified with labels describing contents.
 
          PART 2PRODUCTS
 
          2.1MANUFACTURERS
 
          A.Acceptable Manufacturer: Legrand: Wattstopper, which is located at: 2700 Zanker Rd. Suite 168; San Jose, CA 95134; Tel: 408-988-5331; Fax: 408-988-5373; Email: request info (jon.null@legrand.us); Web: https://www.legrand.us/wattstopper.aspx.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
          B.Substitutions: Not permitted.
 
          C.Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 62 00.
 
          D.All products specified in this section shall be provided by a single manufacturer.
 
          2.2MANUAL TS SERIES SHADE SYSTEM
 
          A.Legrand Solarfective Teleshade TS Series Shading System: System shall be a smooth operating chain and sprocket roller shade system sunscreen or opaque roll or double type contained in a factory assembled shade cassette unit.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the configuration type(s) required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section. Consult with the manufacturer for additional standard and custom configuration for unusually shaped windows, corner applications, or various pocket designs as required.
 
          B.Base Configurations:
          1.SF-T1: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with front fascia. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          2.SF-T12: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with front fascia. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          3.SF-T2: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with back fascia. Cassette size 3-1/8 inches D by 4 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          4.SF-T2A: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette reverse roll with back fascia. Cassette size 3-1/8 inches D by 4 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          5.SF-T3: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with spring loaded door shade. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          6.SF-T5: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette in pocket. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 4-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          7.SF-T6: Manual Teleshade 4 Duplex Cassette. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          8.SF-RD1: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          9.SF-RD2: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with back fascia, side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 4 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          10.SF-RD3: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette in pocket with side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 4-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          11.SF-RD20: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with chain retainer, side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          12.SF-T17: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette standard pocket. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          13.SF-T4A: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with vented pocket System A with 13/16-inch removable tab. Cassette size 4-3/8 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          14.SF-T4B: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with vented pocket System B with 13/16-inch removable tab. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          15.SF-T9: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette. Cassette size 5-5/16 inches D by 6-3/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          16.SF-T9A: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette in 6-inch Pocket. Cassette size 5-5/16 inches D by 6-5/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          17.SF-T11: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Stepped Cassette. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D overall by 3-15/16 inches H for each cassette. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          18.SF-T13: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 7-3/4 inches H overall. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          19.SF-T14: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette vertical mount reverse roll. Cassette size 3-7/8 inches D by 7-13/16 inches H overall. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          20.SF-RD11: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette with side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 15-5/16 inches D overall by 6-3/16 inches H overall. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          21.SF-RD14: Manual Teleshade 4 Dual Cassette horizontal mount with side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D each by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          22.SF-T10: Manual Teleshade 5 Cassette. Cassette size 4-1/8 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H overall. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (2.79 m) W.
          23.SF-RD13: Manual Teleshade 5 Cassette with side and bottom channels. Cassette size 4-1/8 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H overall. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (2.79 m) W.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two paragraphs for Chain Operation or Crank Operation and delete the one not required.
 
          C.Chain Operation:
          1.Cluchless, Easy-Lift Action, chain operated with infinite positioning, the shade could be closed at any point across its length of travel. Left hand, right hand or both sides operation available as standard and factory installed into the shade cassette unit.
          2.Manual Teleshade shall include a "manual override" requirement that allows the shade to be pulled down by the hembar without using the chain or damaging the shade system.
 
          D.Crank Operation:
          1.Gear box, with crank handle. Left- or right-hand operation. Three operational options for crank shall be available: Cranking through the face, cranking through the corner, and cranking through the bottom. Operation shall be smooth flowing with infinite positioning and the shade could be closed at any point across its length of travel. Gear box is factory installed into the shade cassette unit and can be removed, if needed, without disassembly of shade cassette unit.
          2.Manual Teleshade shall include a "manual override" requirement that allows the shade to be pulled down by the hembar without using the chain or damaging the clutch.
          3.Crank Handle: A one-piece or folding type with handle having a chrome plated or anodized finish. Crank handles standard sizes available are: 40 inches (100 cm), 56 inches (140 cm), 64 inches (160 cm), 80 inches (200 cm) with custom lengths as an option.
 
          E.Assembly:
          1.Fully factory assembled and pre-tested shade cassette unit consisting of two end brackets, chain installed as required, shade tube, extruded aluminum fascia, hembar, fabric shade material, regular or reverse roll of shade material, and cassette mounting attachment brackets for on-site installation. Brackets for the shade cassette unit shall be adjustable to level the unit for building irregularities and to minimize light gap above the shade cassette unit. Provide shade cassette unit ready for installation using attachment brackets fabricated from aluminum, included with each unit.
          2.Attachment Brackets: T5 6005 Aluminum Brackets shall be designed and fabricated to allow for simple direct installation of the shade cassette unit to the building structure. Four types, as follows shall be standard and offered by the manufacturer:
          a.Mounting Type: Between Mullions.
          b.Mounting Type: Face of Mullions.
          c.Mounting Type: Ceiling.
          d.Mounting Type: Above-the-ceiling, inherently vented PUSH-UP for use with vented pocket assemblies for pre-assembled shade cassette units.
          3.Removal of shade cassette unit shall not require disassembly of the shade unit or roller shade tube
          4.End Bracket within Cassette Unit: 3 inches by 3-3/4 inches (77 by 96 mm), zinc plated steel, end bracket shall be two-piece molded ABS construction with 2-1/2 inches (64 mm) diameter nylon drive sprocket pop-riveted onto the bracket. Brackets color shall co-ordinate with the fascia color.
 
          F.Shade Tube: Extruded T5 6005 aluminum shade tube shall be 1/16 inch (1.52mm) thick, complete with continuous screw fins 3/16 inch (4.82 mm) high; for strength and drive capabilities when attached to the nylon sprocket. Fins shall be spaced equidistant on tube and placed according to the weight and sizing characteristics necessary for the intended shade to be supported. Manufacturer to select tube with sufficient diameter size so deflection caused by weight of shade material and shade size is not visible and good performance is assured.
 
          G.Fascia and End Caps: Extruded T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum fascia with front towards room interior, shall be 1/16 inch (1.7 mm) thick, complete with two continuous screw flutes, anodized, powder coated or custom painted. Attachment of fascia is to be two-part process: first, a friction fit of fascia into cassette shade unit, then step two is mechanical by a hidden/concealed screw lock-down of fascia to cassette shade unit. Fascia shall be secured by eight #6, 3/4-inch screws to the shade cassette unit. Fascia shall be suitable for regular or reverse roll. Reverse fascia with back towards window, is also available as an option. Fascia end caps shall be T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum and fabricated via a press fit and a secure mechanical fastener.
          1.Fascia and End Cap Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          H.Shade Drive Assembly:
          1.Factory set for size and travel of shades; chain installed.
          2.Unit can be field adjusted from the exterior of the cassette shade unit without having to disassemble the hardware. No field servicing or lubrication of the bi-directional drive assembly is required. Operation and pulling of chain shall be free and without binding inside the assembly and permitting shade to stop at any point that chain is stopped and no longer being pulled.
          3.Provided with a built-in shock absorber to prevent chain breakage, under normal usage conditions.
          4.Factory installed upper bead stop to prevent shade from rolling beyond preset upper limit. The lower bead stop is to be installed in field after consultation with project Architect. Bead stops can be removed in the field and adjusted as required without disassembly of cassette shade unit. The purpose of bead stops is to prevent shade from being raised or lowered too far thereby preventing damage to shade and/or mechanism.
          5.Compliant child-safety active-spring-loaded tensioning chain retainer supplied with all cassette shade units with one retainer per chain drive. Design is to be as specified by Window Covering Materials Association (WCMA).
          6.Manufacturer shall include and fabricate with roller shade, a Lift Assist Mechanism (LAM), sized according to shade weight and consisting of a spring device installed in the roller shade tube. The Manufacturer shall install a LAM spring on all very large or heavy shades.
          7.Drive Chain: shall be No. 10 Stainless Steel bead chain formed in a continuous loop. Chain with 90-pound tensile strength. Plastic type or Nickel-plate chain is not acceptable.
 
          I.Exterior Hembar: Extruded T6 6360 aluminum with plastic end finials, attached in factory to shadeband fabric material. Exposed hembar and shadeband wrapped and sealed hembars are supplied with both ends of hembar sealed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Options required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section.
          1.Hembar:
          a.Exposed.
          b.Concealed, Fabric Wrapped with open ends.
          c.Wrapped and sealed. Fabric Wrapped with fabric sealed ends.
          2.Exterior Hembar Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          J.Shadeband Material Attachment: Attach shadeband material to roller shade tube in factory. Manufacturer shall have capability for attachment via double sided tape for insuring shadeband material lays flat, or by hidden spline with lightweight small profile plastic extrusion attached to shadeband material and inserted into a groove machined into roller tube. Selection of attachment method can be determined by Specifier preference or depending on project requirements and size of finished shade cassette unit. All finished shades must be fabricated with one complete wrap of material minimum, to cover the attachment of the shade and material to the shade tube. This wrap length will vary due to size of shade and size of tube and factory assembly conditions.
 
          K.Light Gap: All Cassette Shade Units must maintain equivalent and symmetrical light gaps on both sides. Gap width to be 3/4 inch (19.5 mm) or 7/8 inch (22.23 mm) depending on manual or motorized shade or other factory assembly condition.
 
          L.Shadeband Assembly Details:
          1.Shade Cassette Unit manufacturer to assemble roller shade with specified shadeband material to fill window opening from sill to head and from jamb to jamb unless project Architect has specified differently.
          2.Manufacturer shall assemble roller shade with the indicated front side of shadeband fabric material facing the interior of the room when roller shade is in down position. Project Architect can specify shadeband material reversed, or turned so face is now visible from window, as project needs require.
          3.All shadeband material to hang flat without buckling, puckering, or distortion.
          4.Manufacturer to provide T6 6061 aluminum battens in standard roller shades as necessary to insure proper rolling of roller shades and for proper tracking. The installing contractor and manufacturer shall fabricate roller shades with a width-to-height ratio that shall not exceed manufacturer's published guidelines. The batten shall be selected at manufacturers discretion based on size of shade and shadeband material selected. All locations of seams to be approved by project Architect.
          5.Manufacturer shall provide Railroaded type shadebands with seams as required to meet size requirements and to match other seams. All locations of seams to be approved by project Architect. Manufacturer shall utilize battens in accordance with their published guidelines to minimize tracking distortion and for proper rolling of the shadeband material on the tube.
 
          2.3MOTORIZED TS SERIES LOW VOLTAGE SHADE SYSTEM FOR DLM CONTROLS
 
          A.Legrand Solarfective Teleshade TS Series DLM Shading System: System shall be a quiet motorized shade system sunscreen or opaque roll or double contained in a factory assembled shade cassette unit.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the configuration type(s) required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section. Consult with the manufacturer for additional standard and custom configuration for unusually shaped windows, corner applications, or various pocket designs as required.
 
          B.Base Shade Configurations
          1.SF-TQ7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette System. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          2.SF-RD/TQ7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette System. Includes side and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches SF-T17M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette standard pocket system. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          3.SF-T17M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette standard pocket system. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          4.SF-RD/T17M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette standard pocket system with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          5.SF-4BM: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette vented pocket system. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 195 in (2.41 m) H by 95 in (2.41 m) W.
          6.SF-RD/4BM: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette vented pocket system with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 195 in (2.41 m) H by 95 in (2.41 m) W.
          7.SF-TQ10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized, QIS or DLM DC Cassette System. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
          8.SF-RD/TQ10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized QIS or DLM Cassette System with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
 
          C.DLM Motors
          1.Description: DLM motors are self-configuring digital devices incorporating both a wired connection and wireless Bluetooth low energy technology built-in for a variety of control options. The DLM shade motors have a unique counter-balance spring design that allows shade to use less energy and for extremely quiet operation. This patented design also allows the shades to be manually pulled into position using the hembar. The low motors are powered by 24-36VDC coming from the DLM room controller power supply and there a number of wired switch options for control of the shades.
          2.Operation: DLM shades motors have two different gear ratios to support shades of different sizes. The 40:1 gear ratio motor (LMSH-MCA140) are used on smaller shades and the 73:1 gear ratio motors (LMSH-MCA173) are required for larger and coupled shades. Each shade motor uses a counter-balance spring designed specifically for the weight of the shade and motor type. The motor and spring assembly shall be specified and tested by the factory. When using Plug n' Go (PnG) operation the MCA (motor control assemblies) will automatically join the network, set a default upper and lower shade limit, and be assigned to any shade switches on the project. These settings can be customized later by using the Push n' Learn (PnL) and Pull n' Save (PnS) procedures found in shade controller power supply or shade switch installation instructions. The automated start up procedures are designed to save installation and startup time by defaulting to a default initial system configuration based on installed components.
          3.Technical Specifications:
          a.Input voltage: 24/36VDC, Connect to LMSH-PS602 or LMSH-PS610 Power Supply
          b.Current Consumption: 250mA, 6W
          c.Speed/Torque
          1)- LMSH-MCA140: 38 RPM/10 N-cm
          2)- LMSH-MCA173: 29 RPM/15 N-cm
          d.Connection to Shade Bus: 4-Conductor wire whip with female terminal (power and data over four wires)
          e.Cable Whip Length: 13 inches
          f.Motors Status LED: Tri-color (RGB)
          g.Minimum Shade Size: 16 inches wide
          h.Maximum Shade Size: 15 foot wide by 20 foot tall
          i.Operating Temperature: 32 degrees to 120 degrees F (0 degrees to 50 degrees C)
          j.Storage Temperature: -20 degrees to 180 degrees F (-28 degrees to 82 degrees C)
          k.Relative Humidity: 5 to 95% (non condensing)
          l.IP Rating: IP44
          m.UL and cUL listed; UL/C-UL Ratings: 36 VDC, 0.12 A, Class 2 Supply
          4.Controls
          a.DLM Motor Control Assembly, 24V, 40:1 Gear Ratio, 36" wire whip
          b.LMSH-MCA173
          c.DLM Motor Control Assembly, 36V, 73:1 Gear Ratio, 36" wire whip
          5.DLM-Based Low Voltage Wall Switches:
          a.Description: LMSH Series Wall Switches arelself configuring digital low voltage devices for manual control of DLM based shades from one or more locations. They are part of a Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system and can control any shade motors connected to DLM shade room controllers. Motors and power supplies are connected using a four-wire shade bus with pre-configured cables and simple to configure bus system. The switches are connect using standard DLM in-room-bus (IRB) RJ45 cables for foolproof installation.
          b.Operation: Switches operate on Class 2 power supplied to a DLM local network by one or more shade room controllers. The switches send a digital signal for shade control whenever a pushbutton is pressed by a user. Plug n' Go (PnG) automatic configuration assigns all shade to the switch buttons upon system startup. In addition, shade default upper and lower limits are assigned during PnG. There are two additional programming procedures that allow for customization of the motorized shade system - Press n' Learn allows for switch button assignments and functions to be reconfigured and Press n' Save allows the installer to change the shade upper and lower limits.
          c.Specifications:
          1)Input voltage: 24VDC from DLM local network
          2)Current consumption: 5mA
          3)DLM local network connection: 2 RJ45 ports
          4)1, 2, 4, or 5 control buttons, each with LED status indicator
          5)Hidden configuration button to access Push n' Learn and Pull n' Save configurations
          6)Infrared (IR) transceiver
          7)Operating conditions: for indoor use only; 32-131 degrees F (0-55 degrees C); 5-95% RH, non-condensing UL and cUL listed
          8)FCC part 15 compliant
          9)Programmable top and bottom shade limits
          10)Wired Switches
          11)1-Rocker Wall Switch
          12)2-Button Wall Switch
          13)4-Button Wall Switch
          14)4-Button Plus Rocker Wall Switch
          15)Colors: White, Black, Gray, Ivory, Light Almond
          6.DLM Shade System Wiring Components: Provide wiring components required including preconfigured shade bus connections, customized wiring, shade bus extenders and testers, non-plenum and plenum rated local network cables as required. The shade bus shade supports an open topology wiring structure using passive shade bus connectors, extenders and cables.
          7.DLM Shade Room Controllers
          a.Description: DLM-based shade room controllers, are self-configuring digital devices that provide low voltage power and control for up to two or ten motorized shades. The controllers accept 120/277VAC input line voltage and are typically mounted in the ceiling to a four-square junction box. Controllers provide power and control for shades on the shade bus and integrate switches on the shade In-Room-Bus (IRB).
          b.Features:
          1)Distributed shade control system reduces lengthy homerun wiring.
          2)Two different shade room controller options, LMSH-PS610 for up to 10 shades and LMSH-PS602 for up to two shades, allows for system flexibility when setting up a shade room network
          3)Shade room controllers provide buttons for shade control and system configuration to allow testing and control of the system while installing the shades
          4)Plug n' Go automatic configuration along with Push n' Save and Push n' Learn for system personalization
          5)Plug to other components (switches) using Cat 5e cables with RJ45 connectors eliminating wiring errors
          6)Four wire shade bus with preconfigured wires simplifies wiring to shade motors. The wiring system is plug and play
          7)Controller shall provide the option for creating groups and astronomic schedules independent of integration with other systems or lighting controls.
          8)Component of Digital Lighting Management integrated shade and lighting control system.
          c.Specifications
          1)Input voltage: 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz
          2)Shade Bus Ports: 1 (LMSH-PS602), 2 (LMSH-PS610)
          3)Shade Bus Voltage: 24V (LMSH-PS602), 36V (LMSH-PS610)
          4)Shade Capacity: up to 2 (LMSH-PS602) or 10 (LMSH-PS610) DLM-based shade motors
          5)Connection to the DLM Local Network: 2 RJ-45 ports
          6)Local Network Characteristics when using shade controller:
          a)Shade Network provides low voltage power to shade motors over Shade Bus cables, up to 1,000' (or 2 x 500') max
          b)DLM Local Network In-Room Bus (IRB) provides low voltage power to switches over Cat 5e cable LMRJ;
          7)Class 2 output to DLM local network: 24VDC, 150mA
          8)DLM local network parameters
          a)Maximum current: 800mA
          b)Cat 5e cable: 150' per device to 1,000' max - Up to 64 loads and communicating devices
          9)Operating conditions: for indoor use only; 32-131 degrees F (0-55 degrees C); 5-95% RH, non-condensing
          10)UL and cUL listed
 
          D.Fascia and End Caps: Extruded T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum fascia, front-towards room interior, shall be 1/16 inch (1.7 mm) thick, complete with two continuous screw flutes, anodized, powder coated or custom painted. Attachment of fascia is to be two-part process: a friction fit of fascia into cassette shade unit, then step two is mechanical by a hidden/concealed screw lock-down of fascia to cassette shade unit. Fascia shall be secured by eight #6, 3/4-inch screws to the shade cassette unit. Fascia shall be suitable for regular or reverse roll. Reverse fascia towards window, is also available as an option. Fascia end caps shall be available and manufactured from T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum and fabricated via a press fit and a secure mechanical fastener. Fabrication of a two-sided fabric can result in the entire tube being installed in reverse roll configuration, similar to when a reverse roll is specified, therefore the hanging fabric is closer to the interior of the room and further away from the window glass.
          1.Fascia and End Cap Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          E.Exterior Hembar: Extruded T6 6360 aluminum with plastic end finials, attached in factory to shadeband fabric material. Exposed hembar and shadeband wrapped and sealed hembars are supplied with both ends of hembar sealed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Options required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section.
          1.Hembar:
          a.Exposed.
          b.Concealed, Fabric Wrapped with open ends.
          c.Wrapped and sealed. Fabric Wrapped with fabric sealed ends.
          2.Exterior Hembar Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          F.Shadeband Material Attachment: Attach shadeband material to roller shade tube in factory. Manufacturer shall have capability for attachment via double sided tape for insuring shadeband material lays flat, or by hidden spline with lightweight small profile plastic extrusion attached to shadeband material and inserted into a groove machined into roller tube. Selection of attachment method can be determined by Specifier preference or depending on project requirements and size of finished shade cassette unit. All finished shades must be fabricated with one complete wrap of material minimum, to cover the attachment of the shadeband material to the shade tube. This wrap length will vary due to size of shade and size of tube and factory assembly conditions.
 
          G.Motorized shade system design intention:
          1.Motorized shade system shall comprise of low-voltage powered quiet motors, one cable 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 interconnection, utilize bi-directional communication, be flexible for zones and number of shades, offer power and communication units that can be combined as required; utilize hard-wired switches for convenient user interfacing and offer multiple controls and interconnection with other third-party systems and control protocols.
          2.One cable interconnection for the motor shall have bi-directional digital communication and low-voltage power, not a PoE (Power over Ethernet) or other network wiring configuration or protocol.
          3.Motorized shade system network shall have a connected system capacity of 96 devices, shade motors, hard-wired wall switches, and up to 12 power and communication panels. Shade system network shall have ability for a capacity of 96 shades under control of one switch.
          4.Hard-wired user interface switches shall have four buttons, up, down, and preset 1 customizable and preset 2 customizable.
 
          H.Shade Drive Assembly: Factory installed motor, pre-tested, and with limits preset. Motors of different lifting capacity shall be available depending on shade material weight and size of window to be covered. Other shade motor drive assembly features include:
          1.Motor is inside a tube with special springs as part of a complete shade cassette unit that is assembled in factory, inspected, tested, motor limits set, and shipped complete, ready for installation into the two attachment brackets fastened to building structure.
          2.Motor is a DC type featuring quiet operation of less than38dbA at three feet.
          3.Motors have digital bidirectional communication.
          4.Motors have 98 programmable intermediate shade positions allowing for customized and matching stop points of shade.
          5.Motors incorporate an encoder-based drive for precise positioning within plus or minus 1/16 inch (1.59 mm).
          6.Motor power supply shall be 24 VDC.
          7.Motor limits shall be electronic and not manual type.
          8.Motor shall utilize 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 for shade power and communications in one cable.
          9.Shades standard with a 6 inch (152.4 mm) pre-assembled connector in any gender. Optional lengths of connector wire shall include 4 inches (101.6 mm) or 35 inches (0.889 M).
          10.Motors shall be able to be installed left or right drive, inside shade tube.
          11.Motors are not damaged when a user "pulls down" on shade hembar when power or control is not engaged.
          12.Shade cassette system shall enable the user to send shade all the way open, all the way down, or to stop at a fixed position via a prescribed sequence of "tugs" or pulling on the hembar without damaging the motor, drive, brackets or roller shade. In addition, the system shall enable an installer to set lower and upper limits, or return to a master reset of the shade to default upper and lower limits.
 
          I.Power and communication panels:
          1.All low voltage motors are interconnected via 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 cabling providing for both power and control within a single cable.
          2.Provide a tested and designed system capable of supporting a distance between power and communication panel and shades of up to 750 feet 228.6 m) for the farthest shade. Maximum distance between a power and communication panel and a hard-wired switch shall be limited to 1,000 feet (304.8 M). System shall utilize industry standard type RJ-45 connectors and straight thru wiring with no crossing of conductors at different cable ends.
          3.Power and communication panel shall be able to power eight shades with a DC output of 24 VDC, 7.5 Amps. AC input requirements shall be 100-200 Volts at approximately 2.5 Amps via separate power supply connected to the power and communication panel. Associated low-voltage motors shall not require any other AC power supply or transformer for DC power, along the network or at the shade motor location.
          4.Panels shall be able to be joined together daisy-chain style, RS-485 to control more shades, switches, and zones. Twelve separate panels shall be able to be connected together for control of 96 shades.
          5.Interconnection to building management systems, automated lighting systems, third party manufacturers, and other Legrand systems for daylight integration and lighting control shall be seamless and effected by RS-485, RS-232, BACnet, or Dry Contact protocols and parameters.
          6.Shade motors shall offer individual addressing to facilitate usage with systems manufactured by others via BACnet. protocols
          7.Panel shall be controlled by a hard-wired switch for simplified user control and interfacing.
          8.Provide a special cable adapter for those installations where utilization of a two-wire cabling system is required. System shall provide power
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** There are numerous methods to control motorized shades and a variety of motors. Control options may include direct-wired control via switches, single shade control or multiple shade control via hard-wired switches, timer and light sensor control; integration with third-party manufacturer control or audio-visual systems via RS-232/RS-485, interconnection with Building Automation Systems and Lighting Control Systems via BACnet, and direct operation with other Legrand products specified in Section 16575 [26 09 43] Distributed Digital Lighting Control System. Contact a Legrand Solarfective Sales Consultant for more information and detail
 
          J.Control of Shades:
          1.User Interface hard-wired switches:
          2.Hard-wired switches shall fit standard decorator type paddle switch plates and fit standard type junction boxes.
          a.Hard-wired switch shall have four buttons, an up, down, and preset 1 customizable and preset 2 customizable. The two preset buttons shall be customizable, though factory preset is for 33% and 65% of shade height based on lower limit.
          b.Hard-wired switch shall be available in White, Light Ivory, Ivory, Gray, and Black colors.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph if applicable. Delete if not required.
          3.Automated Lighting Control System with Features as specified in Section 16090 [26 09 43] Network Lighting Controls" for lighting integration into digital shading and other compatible systems
 
          2.4MOTORIZED TS SERIES LOW VOLTAGE SHADE SYSTEM FOR QIS CONTROLS
 
          A.Legrand Teleshade TS Series Shading System: System shall be a quiet motorized shade system sunscreen or opaque roll or double contained in a factory assembled shade cassette unit.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the configuration type(s) required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section. Consult with the manufacturer for additional standard and custom configuration for unusually shaped windows, corner applications, or various pocket designs as required.
 
          B.Base Shade Configurations
          1.SF-TQ7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette System. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          2.SF-RD/TQ7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized , QIS DC Cassette System. Includes side and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches
          3.SF-T17M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette standard pocket system. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          4.SF-RD/T17M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette standard pocket system with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 3-3/4 inches D by 4-7/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          5.SF-4BM: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette vented pocket system. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 195 in (2.41 m) H by 95 in (2.41 m) W.
          6.SF-RD/4BM: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette vented pocket system with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 195 in (2.41 m) H by 95 in (2.41 m) W.
          7.SF-TQ10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized, QIS DC Cassette System. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
          8.SF-RD/TQ10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized QIS Cassette System with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
 
          C.Operation:
          1.Motorized operation of a roller shade within the shade cassette unit shall include a drive system controlled by a motor with specified controls for remote operation of the shade with a quiet operation of less than 38 dba at three feet and be operated via low voltage power with all wiring done by 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat 6 cabling. Drive system shall incorporate springs, sized according to weight of shade and dimensions of window, to allow for efficiencies of motorization within the shade cassette system. System shall include interconnection to different control systems such as third-party manufacturers' control/integration systems, building automation systems for increasing energy efficiency and occupant comfort; and lighting control systems as required by project Architect.
          2.Motorized Teleshade shall include a "manual override" feature for situations when a user "pulls down" on shade hembar when power or control is not engaged, without damage to the motor, brackets, or the roller shade.
          3.Shade cassette system shall enable the user to send shade all the way open, all the way down, or to stop at a fixed position via a prescribed sequence of "tugs" by pulling on the hembar. Motors shall incorporate a system that allows for a user to operate the shade via pulling or "tugging" on hembar without damaging the motor, drive, brackets or roller shade without damaging the motor, drive, brackets or roller shade.
 
          D.Assembly:
          1.Provide fully factory assembled and pre-tested shade cassette unit consisting of two end brackets, appropriately sized motor installed as required, shade tube, extruded aluminum fascia, hembar, shade fabric material, regular or reverse roll of shade material, and cassette mounting attachment brackets for on-site installation. Brackets for the shade cassette unit shall be adjustable to level the unit for building irregularities and to minimize light gap above the shade cassette unit. Provide shade cassette unit ready for installation via attachment brackets fabricated from aluminum, included with each unit.
          2.Attachment Brackets: T5 6005 aluminum brackets designed and fabricated to allow for simple direct installation of the shade cassette unit to the building structure. Four types, as follows shall be standard and offered by the manufacturer:
          a.Mounting Type: Between Mullions.
          b.Mounting Type: Face of Mullions.
          c.Mounting Type: Ceiling.
          d.Mounting Type: Above-the-ceiling, inherently vented PUSH-UP for use with vented pocket assemblies for the pre-assembled shade cassette unit.
          e.Removal of shade cassette unit shall not require disassembly of the shade unit or roller shade tube.
          f.End Bracket within Shade Cassette Unit shall be zinc plated steel, with brackets color to coordinate with the fascia color.
 
          E.Shade Tube: Extruded T5 6005 aluminum shade tube shall be 1/16 inch (1.52mm) thick, complete with continuous screw fins 3/16 inch (4.82 mm) high, for strength and drive capabilities when attached to the nylon sprocket. Fins shall be spaced equidistant on tube and placed according to the weight and sizing characteristics necessary for the intended shade to be supported. Manufacturer to select tube with sufficient thickness and diameter size so deflection caused by weight of shade material and shade size is not visible and good performance is assured.
 
          F.Fascia and End Caps: Extruded T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum fascia, front-towards room interior, shall be 1/16 inch (1.7 mm) thick, complete with two continuous screw flutes, anodized, powder coated or custom painted. Attachment of fascia is to be two-part process: a friction fit of fascia into cassette shade unit, then step two is mechanical by a hidden/concealed screw lock-down of fascia to cassette shade unit. Fascia shall be secured by eight #6, 3/4-inch screws to the shade cassette unit. Fascia shall be suitable for regular or reverse roll. Reverse fascia towards window, is also available as an option. Fascia end caps shall be available and manufactured from T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum and fabricated via a press fit and a secure mechanical fastener. Fabrication of a two-sided fabric can result in the entire tube being installed in reverse roll configuration, similar to when a reverse roll is specified, therefore the hanging fabric is closer to the interior of the room and further away from the window glass.
          1.Fascia and End Cap Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          G.Exterior Hembar: Extruded T6 6360 aluminum with plastic end finials, attached in factory to shadeband fabric material. Exposed hembar and shadeband wrapped and sealed hembars are supplied with both ends of hembar sealed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Options required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section.
          1.Hembar:
          a.Exposed.
          b.Concealed, Fabric Wrapped with open ends.
          c.Wrapped and sealed. Fabric Wrapped with fabric sealed ends.
          2.Exterior Hembar Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          H.Shadeband Material Attachment: Attach shadeband material to roller shade tube in factory. Manufacturer shall have capability for attachment via double sided tape for insuring shadeband material lays flat, or by hidden spline with lightweight small profile plastic extrusion attached to shadeband material and inserted into a groove machined into roller tube. Selection of attachment method can be determined by Specifier preference or depending on project requirements and size of finished shade cassette unit. All finished shades must be fabricated with one complete wrap of material minimum, to cover the attachment of the shadeband material to the shade tube. This wrap length will vary due to size of shade and size of tube and factory assembly conditions.
 
          I.Motorized shade system design intention:
          1.Motorized shade system shall comprise of low-voltage powered quiet motors, one cable 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 interconnection, utilize bi-directional communication, be flexible for zones and number of shades, offer power and communication units that can be combined as required; utilize hard-wired switches for convenient user interfacing and offer multiple controls and interconnection with other third-party systems and control protocols.
          2.One cable interconnection for the motor shall have bi-directional digital communication and low-voltage power, not a PoE (Power over Ethernet) or other network wiring configuration or protocol.
          3.Motorized shade system network shall have a connected system capacity of 96 devices, shade motors, hard-wired wall switches, and up to 12 power and communication panels. Shade system network shall have ability for a capacity of 96 shades under control of one switch.
          4.Hard-wired user interface switches shall have four buttons, up, down, and preset 1 customizable and preset 2 customizable.
 
          J.Shade Drive Assembly: Factory installed motor, pre-tested, and with limits preset. Motors of different lifting capacity shall be available depending on shade material weight and size of window to be covered. Other shade motor drive assembly features include:
          1.Motor is inside a tube with special springs as part of a complete shade cassette unit that is assembled in factory, inspected, tested, motor limits set, and shipped complete, ready for installation into the two attachment brackets fastened to building structure.
          2.Motor is a DC type featuring quiet operation of less than 38dbA at three feet.
          3.Motors have digital bidirectional communication.
          4.Motors have 98 programmable intermediate shade positions allowing for customized and matching stop points of shade.
          5.Motors incorporate an encoder-based drive for precise positioning within plus or minus 1/16 inch (1.59 mm).
          6.Motor power supply shall be 24 VDC.
          7.Motor limits shall be electronic and not manual type.
          8.Motor shall utilize 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 for shade power and communications in one cable.
          9.Shades standard with a 6 inch (152.4 mm) pre-assembled connector in any gender. Optional lengths of connector wire shall include 4 inches (101.6 mm) or 35 inches (0.889 M).
          10.Motors shall be able to be installed left or right drive, inside shade tube.
          11.Motors are not damaged when a user "pulls down" on shade hembar when power or control is not engaged.
          12.Shade cassette system shall enable the user to send shade all the way open, all the way down, or to stop at a fixed position via a prescribed sequence of "tugs" or pulling on the hembar without damaging the motor, drive, brackets or roller shade. In addition, the system shall enable an installer to set lower and upper limits, or return to a master reset of the shade to default upper and lower limits.
 
          K.Power and communication panels:
          1.All low voltage motors are interconnected via 24 AWG Cat5e or Cat6 cabling providing for both power and control within a single cable.
          2.Provide a tested and designed system capable of supporting a distance between power and communication panel and shades of up to 750 feet 228.6 m) for the farthest shade. Maximum distance between a power and communication panel and a hard-wired switch shall be limited to 1,000 feet (304.8 M). System shall utilize industry standard type RJ-45 connectors and straight thru wiring with no crossing of conductors at different cable ends.
          3.Power and communication panel shall be able to power eight shades with a DC output of 24 VDC, 7.5 Amps. AC input requirements shall be 100-200 Volts at approximately 2.5 Amps via separate power supply connected to the power and communication panel. Associated low-voltage motors shall not require any other AC power supply or transformer for DC power, along the network or at the shade motor location.
          4.Panels shall be able to be joined together daisy-chain style, RS-485 to control more shades, switches, and zones. Twelve separate panels shall be able to be connected together for control of 96 shades.
          5.Interconnection to building management systems, automated lighting systems, third party manufacturers, and other Legrand systems for daylight integration and lighting control shall be seamless and effected by RS-485, RS-232, BACnet, or Dry Contact protocols and parameters.
          6.Shade motors shall offer individual addressing to facilitate usage with systems manufactured by others via RS485 and BACnet. protocols
          7.Panel shall be controlled by a hard-wired switch for simplified user control and interfacing.
          8.Provide a special cable adapter for those installations where utilization of a two-wire cabling system is required. System shall provide power
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** There are numerous methods to control motorized shades and a variety of motors. Control options may include direct-wired control via switches, single shade control or multiple shade control via hard-wired switches, timer and light sensor control; integration with third-party manufacturer control or audio-visual systems via RS-232/RS-485, interconnection with Building Automation Systems and Lighting Control Systems via BACnet, and direct operation with other Legrand products specified in Section 16570 [26 09 33]. Contact a Legrand Solarfective Sales Consultant for more information and detail
 
          L.Control of Shades:
          1.User Interface hard-wired switches:
          2.Hard-wired switches shall fit standard decorator type paddle switch plates and fit standard type junction boxes.
          a.Hard-wired switch shall have four buttons, an up, down, and preset 1 customizable and preset 2 customizable. The two preset buttons shall be customizable, though factory preset is for 33% and 65% of shade height based on lower limit.
          b.Hard-wired switch shall be available in White, Light Ivory, Ivory, Gray, and Black colors.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph if applicable. Delete if not required.
          3.Automated Lighting Control System with Features as specified in Section 26 09 33 - Architectural Lighting Controls System" for lighting integration into digital shading systems
 
          2.5MOTORIZED TS SERIES LINE VOLTAGE SHADE SYSTEM FOR SOMFY CONTROLS
 
          A.Legrand Solarfective Teleshade TS Series Line Voltage Shading System: System shall be a quiet motorized shade system sunscreen or opaque roll or double contained in a factory assembled shade cassette unit.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the configuration type(s) required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section. Consult with the manufacturer for additional standard and custom configuration for unusually shaped windows, corner applications, or various pocket designs as required.
 
          B.Base Shade Configurations
          1.SF-T7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          2.SF-4BM: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with vented pocket system. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 4-1/16 inches D by 4-1/2 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          3.SF-RD4: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with side, and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          4.SF-RD5: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with back fascia, side, and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 3-1/8 inches D by 4 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          5.SF-T7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W
          6.SF-RD/T7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          7.SF-RD13M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with back fascia, side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 4-1/8 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
          8.SF-T10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized Somfy Cassette System. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          9.SF-RD/T10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with side, and bottom 1-1/8 inch channels. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
          10.SF-TQ10M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized Somfy Cassette System. Cassette size 4-1/18 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
          11.SF-RD13M: Motorized Teleshade 5 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with back fascia, side and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Cassette size 4-1/8 inches D by 5-1/8 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 200 in (5.08 m) W.
 
          C.Operation:
          1.Motorized operation of a roller shade within the shade cassette unit shall include a drive system controlled by a motor with specified controls for remote operation of the shade with a quiet operation, less than 38 dba at three feet, and be operated via line-voltage power supplied by branch circuits located near the top of the window. Communication with the motor is intended to be either via data wiring using different protocols or remote controlled via RF signals. The actual motor selected is based on control criteria, sizing of window, weight of fabric, project requirements for large shades, and/or need for quiet operation. Control shall allow for single shade or groups of shades to be operated remotely with customizable stopping points besides full up and down. Shade versatility options shall include: interconnection to different control systems such as third-party manufacturers' control/integration systems, building automation systems for increasing energy efficiency and occupant comfort; lighting control systems, wall switches, and/or handheld remotes as required by project Architect. Manufacturer shall provide line voltage motors with sufficient lifting capacity for specified shade and capable of either Dry-Contact, RS 485, or RF control to meet project requirements.
 
          D.Assembly:
          1.Provide fully factory assembled and pre-tested shade cassette unit consisting of two end brackets, appropriately sized motor installed as required, shade tube, extruded aluminum fascia, hembar, shade fabric material, regular or reverse roll of shade material, and cassette mounting attachment brackets for on-site installation. Brackets for the shade cassette unit shall be adjustable to level the unit for building irregularities and to minimize light gap above the shade cassette unit. Provide shade cassette unit ready for installation via attachment brackets fabricated from aluminum, included with each unit.
          2.Attachment Brackets: T5 6005 aluminum brackets designed and fabricated to allow for simple direct installation of the shade cassette unit to the building structure. Four types, as follows shall be standard and offered by the manufacturer:
          a.Mounting Type: Between Mullions.
          b.Mounting Type: Face of Mullions.
          c.Mounting Type: Ceiling.
          d.Mounting Type: Above-the-ceiling, inherently vented PUSH-UP for use with vented pocket assemblies for the pre-assembled shade cassette unit.
          e.Removal of shade cassette unit shall not require disassembly of the shade unit or roller shade tube.
          f.End Bracket within Shade Cassette Unit shall be zinc plated steel, with brackets color to coordinate with the fascia color.
 
          E.Shade Tube: Extruded T5 6005 aluminum shade tube shall be 1/16 inch (1.52mm) thick, complete with continuous screw fins 3/16 inch (4.82 mm) high, for strength and drive capabilities when attached to the nylon sprocket. Fins shall be spaced equidistant on tube and placed according to the weight and sizing characteristics necessary for the intended shade to be supported. Manufacturer to select tube with sufficient thickness and diameter size so deflection caused by weight of shade material and shade size is not visible and good performance is assured.
 
          F.Fascia and End Caps: Extruded T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum fascia front-towards room interior, shall be 1/16 inch (1.7 mm) thick, complete with two continuous screw flutes, anodized, powder coated or custom painted. Attachment of fascia is to be two-part process: A friction fit of fascia into cassette shade unit, then step two is mechanical by a hidden/concealed screw lock-down of fascia to cassette shade unit. Fascia shall be secured by eight #6, 3/4-inch screws to the shade cassette unit. Fascia shall be suitable for regular or reverse roll. Reverse fascia towards window, is also available as an option. Fascia end caps shall be T6 6063 or 6360 aluminum and fabricated via a press fit and a secure mechanical fastener. Fabrication of a two-sided fabric can result in the entire tube being installed in reverse roll configuration, similar to when a reverse roll is specified - therefore the hanging fabric is closer to the interior of the room and further away from the window glass.
          1.Fascia and End Cap Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          G.Exterior Hembar: Extruded T6 6360 aluminum with plastic end finials, attached in factory to shadeband fabric material. Exposed hembar and shadeband wrapped and sealed hembars are supplied with both ends of hembar sealed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Options required from the following and delete those not applicable. If multiple configurations are required indicate the location of each on the Drawings or in the Schedule at the end of this section.
          1.Hembar:
          a.Exposed.
          b.Concealed, Fabric Wrapped with open ends.
          c.Wrapped and sealed. Fabric Wrapped with fabric sealed ends.
          2.Exterior Hembar Colors: Extruded aluminum with plastic end finials.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          H.Shadeband Material Attachment: Attach shadeband material to roller shade tube in factory. Manufacturer shall have capability for attachment via double sided tape for insuring shadeband material lays flat, or by hidden spline with lightweight small profile plastic extrusion attached to shadeband material and inserted into a groove machined into roller tube. Selection of attachment method can be determined by Specifier preference or depending on project requirements and size of finished shade cassette unit. All finished shades must be fabricated with one complete wrap of material, minimum, to cover the attachment of the shade and material to the shade tube. This wrap length will vary due to size of shade and size of tube and factory assembly conditions.
 
          I.Motorized shade system design intention:
          1.Communication with the motor is intended to be either via data wiring using different protocols or remote controlled via RF signals. Manufacturer shall provide selection of motors for single shade or groups of shades to be operated remotely. Shade system versatility options shall include: interconnection to different control systems such as third-party manufacturers' control/integration systems, building automation systems for increasing energy efficiency and occupant comfort; lighting control systems, wall switches, and/or handheld remotes as required by project Architect. Manufacturer shall provide line voltage motors with sufficient lifting capacity for specified shade and capable of either Dry-Contact, RS 485, or RF control to meet project requirements.
 
          J.Shade Drive Assembly: Factory installed motor, pre-tested, and with limits preset. Motors of different lifting capacity shall be available depending on shade material weight and size of window to be covered. Other shade motor drive assembly features include:
          1.Motor is placed inside a tube with all appropriate drive attachments and brackets so as to be a part of a complete shade cassette unit that is assembled in factory, inspected, tested, motor limits set, and shipped complete, ready for installation into the two attachment brackets fastened to building structure.
          2.Motor family is a line voltage, 120VAC, 60 Hz powered, type featuring quiet operation of less than 38dbA at three feet. Operation to be free of clicks and gear sounds during operation.
          3.Motors have upper and limit presets with ability to be set by either; buttons on the motor if Dry-contact control capable, a limit setting device connected to motor if RS 485 capable and via handheld remote if RF controlled capable.
          4.Motors have programmable intermediate shade positions allowing for customized and matching stop points of shade stored into memory.
          5.Motors incorporate an encoder-based drive for precise positioning.
          6.Motors have a built-in thermal limit protection of four minutes.
          7.Motors have an IP 31 interior use rating and can operate within a temperature range of 32 degrees F to 140 degrees F (0 degrees C to 60 degrees C).
          8.RF controlled motors shall be SOMFY RTS type and have antenna built-into power cord, without use of external connection.
          9.Dry-contact and RS 485 capable motors have a small connector on motor head for connection to control networks.
          10.Motors shall have a power cord factory installed and integral to the tubular UL listed and tested motor.
          11.Manufacturer shall provide standard power lead lengths with factory installed connectors and options for customizable lengths and different power connectors.
          12.Motors shall be able to be installed left or right drive, inside shade tube
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** There are numerous methods to control motorized shades and a variety of motors. Control options may include direct-wired control via switches, single shade control or multiple shade control via hard-wired switches, timer and light sensor control; integration with third-party manufacturer control or audio-visual systems via RS-232/RS-485, interconnection with Building Automation Systems and Lighting Control Systems via BACnet, and direct operation with other Legrand products specified in Section 16570 [26 09 33] Architectural Lighting Control System. Contact a Legrand Solarfective Sales Consultant for more information and detail
 
          K.Control of Shades:
          1.User Interface hard-wired switches:
          2.Hard-wired switches shall fit standard decorator type paddle switch plates and fit standard type junction boxes.
          a.Hard-wired switch shall have four buttons, an up, down, and preset 1 customizable and preset 2 customizable. The two preset buttons shall be customizable, though factory preset is for 33% and 65% of shade height based on lower limit.
          b.Hard-wired switch shall be available in White, and Ivory colors.
          3.Dry-contact motor control:
          a.Provide interconnection cable for use by others to control operation of dry contact shade motor via other system
          4.RF Controlled motors:
          a.Motors, defined above, shall be SOMFY RTS RF-controlled.
          b.The RTS product line includes:
          c.Handheld single shade RTS remotes.
          d.Handheld five shade RTS remotes.
          e.Wall-mounted single shade RTS remotes.
          f.Wall-mounted five shade RTS remotes.
          g.Handheld and wall mounted remotes available in White or Black colors.
          h.Sun Sensor RTS compatible units.
          i.Time clock RTS compatible units.
          j.RTS dry-contact interfaces.
          k.Home Automation RTS interfaces.
          l.Smart Phone and "App" interfaces.
          5.RS 485 network-controlled motors: Digital network controlled motors allow for interconnection to other systems, provide operational flexibility and control; and provide at a minimum the following features.
          a.Individually addressable motors via the digital network.
          b.Digital network wiring topology allowing for "daisy-chaining".
          c.Bi-directional communication along RS 485 network.
          d.Interconnection with third party systems for control.
          e.Network interconnection with Building Automation and Lighting Control Systems via RS-485 or BACnet interfaces.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph if applicable. Delete if not required.
          6.Automated Lighting Control System with Features as specified in Section 26 09 33 - Architectural Lighting Controls System" for lighting integration into self-configuring digital device shading systems.
 
          2.6SHADE UNIT ACCESSORIES
 
          A.Double-Dual Shade: Where specified, two roller shade bands consisting of a Sunscreen and an Opaque or Blackout shadeband material inside the shade cassette unit. Each roller shade shall be independently controlled by pull chain as specified. Shadeband materials is to be selected by project Architect from manufacturer's standard range available. Specifier can also select room darkening side and sill channels and room darkening hembar as necessary.
 
          B.Pocket, Standard Continuous or Vented: Where specified, manufacturer shall provide appropriate metal pocket, for installation by others, to encase the roller shade assembly above the finished ceiling. Pocket can serve to provide isolation from ceiling plenum with continuous pocket or be used as a means to allow hot air trapped between glass and the shadeband to escape up and through openings in the vented pocket. Provide with all pocket components, including closure.
          1.Continuous pocket: Fabricated of T6 6063 extruded aluminum for use with the 4 inch shade cassette system. The assembly of the continuous pocket shall be specific to the shade cassette unit and allow for the shadeband to be installed securely and without screws. Closure shall be designed and built into the fascia. Manufacturer to select width of closure based upon single or dual shade and regular or reverse roll as specified by project Architect. Closure is available in standard finishes, same colors as for hembar and fascia. The pocket shall be formed with a tile support with a continuous metal lip 3/4 inch (19.05 mm) for use with acoustical lay-in type ceilings as standard. An optional pocket without tile support is available as project needs require.
          2.Vented pocket: Fabricated from T5 6005 extruded aluminum, small 3 inch (76.2 mm) brackets holding the frame of the pocket sections shall be available for use with the 4 inch shade cassette system. Sections are designed to serve as intermediary between the attachment bracket and shade cassette unit, thereby providing maximum amount of clearance for venting of hot air trapped between glass and shadeband. The pocket frame shall be formed with a continuous 3/4-inch (19.05 mm) metal lip tile support for use with acoustical lay-in type ceilings as standard. An optional pocket without tile support is available as project needs require.
 
          C.Closure for pocket. Manufacturer shall provide a matching trim plate closure of finished T6 6063 aluminum, to conceal most of the opening of the cassette shade unit and associated roller shades. The closure will be attached to the pocket via concealed fasteners and a snap fit. Closure shall be available for attachment to drywall-built pocket enclosures for achieving same results as with usage of factory supplied pocket. Manufacturer to offer width of closure based upon single or dual shade and regular or reverse roll as specified. Manufacturer shall offer a connector plate to butt seams of closure together for tight and secure fit. Closure shall have a specific location for routing and attaching low-voltage cabling and plastic "zip" cable tie hold downs for effective cable management, when motorized shades are utilized. Closure shall be available in standard finishes, same colors as for hembar and fascia.
          1.Closure Colors:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the finish required from the following paragraphs and delete those not required.
          a.Finish: Clear Anodized.
          b.Finish: Gloss White.
          c.Finish: Beige.
          d.Finish: Dark Grey.
          e.Finish: Black.
          f.Finish: Light Bronze.
          g.Finish: Ceiling White.
          h.Finish: Charcoal.
          i.Finish: Dark Bronze.
          j.Finish: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
          D.Room Darkening Side and Bottom Channels: Extruded T6 6063 aluminum channels 2 -3/4 inches (57.15 mm) by 1-1/8 inches (28.575 mm) supplied to reduce light infiltration around the sides of the roller shades. Aluminum Channels to include .45 inch (11.43 mm), Pile/Fuzzy weather stripping to further minimize light infiltration. Channels are available in standard finishes, same colors as for hembar and fascia.
 
          2.7SHADE FABRIC
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Refer to Legrand's Roller Shades Memo Samples at https://store.samplingproduct.com/10389/tags/index/1543 for a complete list of available shade fabrics and selection guidelines. Select the Shade Fabric(s) required and include below or use the Schedule at the end of this section if required to define location(s) of multiple fabrics. Note that for dual roller shades, choose two, and indicate which is for front roller and which is for back roller.
 
          A.Light Filtering Fabric:
          1._
          2._
 
          B.Room Darkening Fabrics
          1._
          2._
 
          C.Color and pattern: As indicated in Color Schedule on Drawings.
 
          D.Color and pattern: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard range.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following for motor operated units. Delete if not applicable.
 
          2.8SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
 
          A.Motor Manufacturer Factory Quality Control Process:
          1.Testing and approval of motors shall be completed by one or more global safety testing laboratories including, but not limited to: UL, CUL, TUV, ETL, CE, and VDE.
          2.Prior to being shipped, each motor to pass testing for having no defects in wiring and operation including:
          a.Assembled motor test design specifications when installed in various end products.
          b.Product installation testing.
          c.Product safety tests.
          d.Product performance tests.
          e.Life cycle testing for endurance and reliability.
          f.Embedded software tests.
          g.Heat and fire resistance tests.
          h.Water and oxidation resistance tests.
          i.Climate tests, temperature and humidity.
          j.Acoustic tests, sound level and quality.
          k.Radio frequency tests, transmission and reception.
          l.Electromechanical capability, CEM.
 
          PART 3EXECUTION
 
          3.1EXAMINATION
 
          A.Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
 
          B.Examine areas, and conditions, with Installer present, for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances, operational clearances, blocking.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include one of the following paragraphs for motorized operators. Delete if not applicable.
 
          C.Identify locations of connections to building electrical system, and other conditions affecting performance of the Work.
 
          D.If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
 
          3.2PREPARATION
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include one of the following paragraphs. Delete if not applicable.
 
          A.Coordinate requirements for blocking and structural supports to ensure adequate means for installation of window shades.
 
          B.Coordinate requirements for blocking, construction of shade pockets, and structural supports to ensure adequate means for installation of window shades.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include one or more of the following paragraphs for window shades with headboxes recessed in ceilings. Delete those not applicable.
 
          C.Coordinate installation of recessed shade pockets with construction of suspended acoustical panel ceilings specified in Section 09 51 23.
 
          D.Coordinate installation of recessed shade pockets with construction of suspended gypsum board ceilings specified in Section 09 21 23.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for motorized shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          E.Coordinate requirements for power supply conduit, and wiring required for window shade motors and controls.
 
          3.3INSTALLATION
 
          A.Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
 
          B.Install roller shades level, plumb, square, and true. Allow proper clearances for window operation hardware.
 
          C.Installation should be performed by Manufacturers authorized dealer or internal installation team
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Shade Pockets are designed to be installed prior to or as part of ceiling system installation. Shade and operating mechanism can be site installed in pockets after construction operations that might damage shade are complete.. Include the following paragraph if pockets are to be installed. Delete if not applicable.
 
          D.Shade pockets:
          1.Install shade pockets prior to installation of suspended ceiling system. Attach to supporting structure with screws through top of pocket at 24 inches (610 mm) minimum centers.
          2.Install shade pockets in conjunction with installation of suspended ceiling system. Attach to supporting structure with screws through top of pocket at 24 inches (610 mm) minimum centers.
          3.Install corner pieces securely and in alignment with pockets.
          4.Install pocket ends securely and in alignment with pockets.
          5.After interior construction is essentially complete, install shade and operating mechanism in pocket.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph if fascia or separate closure for site constructed recess is being provided. Note fascia is not applicable if pockets are being provided. Delete if not applicable.
 
          E.Install the following items to conceal roller and operating mechanism. Do not use exposed fasteners.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select items to conceal roller and operating mechanism from the following as applicable. Delete if not applicable.
          1.Fascias.
          2.Closure panels.
          3.Endcaps.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraphs for room darkening shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          F.Install headbox, side channels, and sill channel with sealant specified in Section 07 90 00 - Joint Sealers to eliminate light leaks at perimeter of shade system.
 
          G.Position shades level, plumb, and at proper height relative to adjacent construction. Secure with fasteners recommended by manufacturer.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraphs for motor operated shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          H.Comply with NECA 1 and NECA 130.
 
          I.Comply with FCC guidelines.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Electrical Connections Paragraph below for hard wired motor-operated roller shades. Delete if not required.
 
          J.Electrical Connections: Connect each roller shade motor operator and stationary control system to building electrical system.
          1.Grounding: Provide electrical grounding in accordance with NFPA 70.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Networked Building Management System Paragraph below when System is included in project. Delete if not required.
 
          K.Networked Building Management System: Connect networked automation controls for motorized equipment to building management system.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Sun, Rain, and Wind Sensor Paragraph below when System is included in project. Delete if not required.
 
          L.Sun, Rain, and Wind Sensor Locations: Mount on exterior according to manufacturer's written instructions.
 
          3.4ADJUSTING
 
          A.Adjust and balance roller shades and motorized equipment to operate smoothly, easily, safely, and free from binding or malfunction throughout entire operational range.
          1.Program each motor-operator control system to Owner-provided program settings.
 
          B.Commissioning Control Systems: Perform commissioning of integrated automation control systems performed by Solarfective/WattStopper Factory Authorized Tech.
 
          3.5TESTING
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for motorized shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          A.Test motorized window shades to verify that controls, limit switches, interface to other building systems, and other operating components are functional. Correct deficiencies.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for room darkening shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          B.Test window shades to verify that operating mechanism, fabric retainer, and other operating components are functional. Correct deficiencies.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the operating mechanism from the list below. Delete those not applicable.
          1.Crank.
          2.Chain operation.
          3.Motorized operating mechanism.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph for room darkening shades. Delete if not applicable.
 
          C.During daylight hours, lower shades and turn off interior lights. Verify that there are no light leaks at perimeter or within shade assembly. Correct deficiencies.
 
          D.Demonstrate operation of shades to Owner's designated representatives.
 
          3.6CLEANING AND PROTECTION
 
          A.Clean roller shade surfaces, after installation, according to manufacturer's written instructions.
 
          B.Provide final protection and maintain conditions, in a manner acceptable to manufacturer and Installer that ensure that roller shades are without damage or deterioration at time of Substantial Completion.
 
          C.Replace damaged roller shades that cannot be repaired, in a manner approved by Architect, before time of Substantial Completion.
 
          3.7SCHEDULES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit and retain paragraph below to suit project requirements. Identify products by name on the Drawings or use this paragraph to Name and define the location of each shade type and mounting to be used using the "Type" designation on the Drawings. The following are some examples of schedule references. Edit as required to suit project or delete and identify products on the Drawings.
 
          A.Manually Operated Shades:
          1.Shade Type MOS-1 Single Roller
          a.SF-T1: Manual Telshade cassette with front fascia. Shade size as indicated. Up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          1)Mounting Type: Surface with front fascia as indicated.
          2)Hembar: Exterior
          3)Fabric: Light Filtering Option 5.
          4)Fabric Drop: Standard Roll
          5)Crank: Left.
          6)Facia/Hembar Color: Dark Gray
          2.Shade Type MOS-2 Single Roller
          a.SF-RD2: Manual Teleshade 4 Cassette with back fascia, side and bottom channels. Shade size as indicated. Up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          1)Mounting Type: Surface with back fascia as indicated.
          2)Hembar: Exterior with side channel and sill rail.
          3)Fabric: Room darkening Option 31.
          4)Fabric Drop: Standard Roll
          5)Chain: Both.
          6)Facia/Hembar Color: As selected by the Architect
 
          B.Simple Motorized Shades:
          1.Shade Type SMS-1 Single Roller
          a.SF-RD4: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with side, and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Shade size as indicated. Up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          1)Mounting Type: Surface with back fascia as indicated.
          2)Hembar: Exterior with side channel and sill rail.
          3)Fabric: Fabric: Light Filtering Option 5.
          4)Fabric Drop: Standard Roll
          5)Facia/Hembar Color: As selected by the Architect
          b.SF-RD5: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System with back fascia, side, and bottom channels. Channels 1-1/8 inch. Shade size as indicated. Up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          1)Mounting Type: Surface with back fascia as indicated.
          2)Hembar: Exterior with side channel and sill rail.
          3)Fabric: Room darkening Option 31.
          4)Fabric Drop: Standard Roll
          5)Facia/Hembar Color: As selected by the Architect
 
          C.Automated Shades:
          1.Shade Type AS-1 Single Roller
          a.SF-T7M: Motorized Teleshade 4 Motorized Somfy Cassette System. Cassette size 3-1/16 inches D by 3-15/16 inches H. Maximum shade size up to 129 in (3.28 m) H by 110 in (2.79 m) W.
          1)Mounting Type: Surface with back fascia as indicated.
          2)Hembar: Exterior with side channel and sill rail.
          3)Fabric: Room darkening Option 31.
          4)Fabric Drop: Standard Roll
          5)Chain: Both.
          6)Facia/Hembar Color: As selected by the Architect.
 
         
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