MTR (MOTORIZED TRANSLUCENT ROLLER SHADE) MOR (MOTORIZED OPAQUE ROLLER SHADE) MBOR (MOTORIZED BLACKOUT ROLLER SHADE)

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MTR

(MOTORIZED TRANSLUCE
NT ROLLER SHADE)

MOR

(MOTORIZED OPAQUE RO
LLER SHADE)

MBOR

(MOTORIZED BLACKOUT
ROLLER SHADE)


Directions for use of this form: (Delete this section before printing specification)

Please note all sections highlighted in pink need choices made and refer to all three products
listed above.
These specific sections might have multiple choices below or need entirely deleted based on your
project’s needs.


The options color coordinates with the highlighted colors above. If you have any questions or need
additional information not p
rovided, please feel free to contact our customer service department at
800.SHADES2
.


Basic Product Descriptions: (For reference. Delete this section before printing specification)

MTR (Motorized Translucent Roller Shade)


Translucent Fabric,
select

Top
Treatment (i.e. Fascia,
Headbox) if desired, Motorized System

MOR (Motorized Opaque Roller Shade)


Opaque Fabric, select Top Treatment (i.e. Fascia, Headbox) if
desired, Motorized Operating System

MBOR (Motorized Blackout Roller Shade)


Opaque Fabric, se
lect Top Treatment (i.e. Fascia, Headbox)
Side and/or Sill Channel if desired, Motorized Operating System


Part 1 General

1.01

Section Includes

A.

Motorized shades and hardware.


1.02

System Description

A.

Motor operated roller shades via low voltage controls.


1.03

Submittals

A.

Product data: Submit an electronic PDF copy of manufacturer’s technical data and installation
instructions.

B.

Samples: Submit three samples of each shade cloth with complete color swatch.

C.

Shop Drawings: Submit drawings of mechanical products with approp
riate dimensions.


1.04

Quality Assurance

A.

The manufacturer of these products shall show a minimum of 20 years documented experience.

B.

The installer shall show a minimum of 3 years’ experience with these systems.


1.05

Mock
-
Up


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A.

Provide a mock
-
up of each shade type in a

location selected by the architect.

B.

Do not continue shade installation until approved by the architect.

C.

Protect the mock
-
up until the project is complete. The mock
-
up will be included in the final roller shade
scope of work.


Part 2 Products

2.01


Manufact
urer

A.

SOS


“Sun Or Shade”,
a division of Inside Outfitters, Inc.

5725 Avery Rd., Dublin, Ohio 43016

P: 80
0.742.3372, F: 877.880.3496, E: info@sos
shades.com


2.02 Materials

A.

Shade Fabrics:

Translucent fabrics have an openness factor ranging from 1
-
25%.
Opaque

fabrics have a
0% openness factor.

The fabric shall have a high degree of opacity for effective control of light. The fabric
must have sufficient rigidity to insure straight hanging, resist curl, twist, bowing and distortion. It must be
dimensionally stab
le and will not shrink or stretch. The fabric is to be colorfast and shall not be affected
by moisture or heat. The color shall be selected from standard colors. All seams are to be heat
-
sealed.
Sewing is not accepted. The fabric color shall be selected fr
om standard color line.

Shade Type T


Translucent

Fabric Style (% openness)


Shade Type O


Opaque

Fabric Style (0% openness)


B.

Plus+Graphic (OPTION):

This is included as an addition on the fabric of the shading system. (Certain
fabric restrictions apply)

Graphics are printed on a wide format printer and only show on one side of the
fabric. Double
-
sided printing is available. A Plus+Graphic shade can be produced with an inward or
outward focus promoting the marketing, theme and/or pride of any company. No

‘ghosting’ or
interference with the sun filtering capabilities of the shade fabric occurs. Add an additional 4 weeks to
lead
-
time.

1.

Solid image and Photo image printing on fabric available. Please provide the following according
to type of image:



Soli
d Image (i.e. Logo, Catch Phrase)

i.

File Format: Vector File

ii.

Resolution: 150 dpi @ 100%

iii.

Submit: Can be emailed

iv.

Proof: Color proof including CMYK or PMS colors (or match color in Pantone color
system).



Photo Image (i.e. Full shade design, digital photogr
aph)

i.

File Format: Vector File

ii.

Resolution: 150 dpi @ 100% from final measurements.

iii.

Submit: Must be provided to SOS via a CD Rom at actual size of print


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iv.

Color proof including CMYK or PMS.

v.

Proof: Layout placement of Plus+Graphic

(including special instructions)

2.

Data Integrity:

i.

Preferred Application for submitted graphics is Adobe Illustrator. EPS files are acceptable.

ii.

All documents are to be in CMYK colors. The document size is 100% for even percentage
increases, for large file
s 1” = 1’. If the only available file is a .tif or .eps file then resolution is
important.

iii.

Artwork that consists of photography needs to be at least 150 dpi at 100%

iv.

If the only available artwork is not in a vector format, expect text and edges to be
bitm
apped, stair stepped, or fuzzy. Plus+Graphic Image design assistance available by
quote.

v.

All black text and black vector elements to be at least 60% CMY and 100% black. This
creates a rich accurate black.

vi.

Outline all necessary text and images.

vii.

Include a
ll files used in the document. When necessary be sure to link supported files
instead of embedding including all fonts that are used.

viii.

Send a full color proof made from the CMYK document. This allows us to match colors as
close as possible when necessary.

3.

Plus+Graphic Extrusions: Extrusions are painted using a powder
-
coated process. Optional colors
available other than the standard set of colors creating the opportunity to match extruded pieces
with graphic or aesthetics. Includes a set up fee and minimum
order requirement.

4.

SOS will work with the specifier and all Plus+Graphic content to guarantee correct data and
correct data formats in prefabrication of Plus+Graphic shades.
Additional artwork charges may
apply.


C.

Tube
:

The fabric shades shall be mounted on to 2”, 2 ½” or 3
.1
” diameter aluminum tube depending on
the width of the shade and fabric chosen for the shade.

1.

Spline Tube (OPTION):
Spline tube is available in 1.29”,1.73”, or 2.16” diameter aluminum tube
depending

on the width of the shade and fabric chosen for the shade. Spline tube attaches the
fabric via spline as opposed to the standard adhesive tape.


D.

Motor Control Systems:

All systems utilize a Somfy “
STARHEAD
” motor or group of motors, “
world’s
largest manu
facturer of tubular motors
”. Roundhead motors shall not be accepted due to increased light
gap. All motors are thermally protected, totally enclosed and maintenance free. (SOMFY UL approved
motors can be found in the following file numbers: E60495, E60888,

E63714) Each Motor is selected
appropriately to operate each shade based on size and weight. All systems utilize low voltage controls.



Electrical requirements: 120V, one phase 60 hertz. Amp .7
-
1.8 depending on size of shade.




Choose system below:

1.

Simmple System
-
This system is deemed “simmple” because it utilizes a reduced number of
wires as compared with other systems. It also allows the end user to forgo any switches unlike

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any other system This system allows the end user a maximum of five groups
via an unlimited
number of motors.



See wiring diagram labeled “Simmple System” for technical specifications.



Quick Connects


Options:

a.

Remote Control

b.

Wall Switch

c.

ISO Relay (converts to low voltage)


2.

Smmart System
-
This system allows total building automati
on through integration of lighting,
heating/cooling, sun sensors, timers, etc. with the shade system via a PC. This is an intelligent
system that maximizes efficiencies with minimal human management necessary. It can be used
to automate a single room or an

entire building. The system can be installed as a stand
-
alone
system or in conjunction with an integration software package if desired. As a stand
-
alone
system the user has available four intermediate stop points which can be used to maximize
energy effic
iencies and minimize glare. If the Smmart System is integrated with a LonWorks
compatible automation system 254 intermediate stop points are available. These additional
intermediate stop points can be tied into an additional software package called Suntrac
ker which
can help reduce summer cooling costs up 40%. This system also allows the user to redefine the
groups at any time via the PC without rewiring any controls.



See wiring diagram labeled “Smmart System” for technical specifications.



Quick Connects



Wall Switch (Momentary, Maintained, or Keyed)


Options:

a.

Remote Control

b.

Sun Sensor

c.

Digital Timer

d.

Individual Group Control

e.

Group Control

f.

ISO Relay (converts to low voltage)


3.


Smmart System II

This system integrates form, function, and energy conservation
while staying
true to important features such as budget, ease of installation and ease of maintenance. This
system is “Smmart” because it maximizes solar energy by efficiently managing natural light,
indoor temperatures, glare, and heat gain/loss. This Smm
art System II not only saves the owner
money but also reduces consumption of energy resources used to create comfortable work
environments. The basis of this system is Somfy’s animeo IB+ creating a lifetime of savings

our
precious natural resources. The “S
un Or Shade” Smmart System II makes a difference in our
future



See wiring diagram labeled “Smmart System II” for technical specifications.


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Quick Connects



Wall Switch (Momentary, Maintained, or Keyed)


Options:

a.

Remote Control

b.

Sun Sensor

c.

Digital Timer

d.

Ind
ividual Group Control

e.

Group Control

f.

ISO Relay (converts to low voltage)


4.

GC System “Group Control”

This

system is ideal for situations where you want control of all
shades in an area as one group. You can create building control via a switch utilizing sub groups
by floors, facades or specific areas.



See wiring diagram labeled “GC System” for technical speci
fications.



Quick Connects



Wall Switch (Momentary, Maintained, or Keyed)


Options:

a.

Remote Control

b.

Sun Sensor

c.

Digital Timer

d.

Interface with centralized building automation or lighting system

e.

ISO Relay (converts to low voltage)


5.

IGC System “Individual Group
Control”

This system allows the user to operate shades as a
group or individually. This allows the user to have individual window control, floor control and
total building control.



See wiring diagram labeled “IGC System” for technical specifications.



Quic
k Connects



Wall Switch (Maintained)


Options:

a.

Remote Control

b.

Sun Sensor

c.

Digital Timer

d.

Interface with centralized building automation or lighting system

e.

ISO Relay (converts to low voltage)


6.

2
-
4
-
1 System

This

system allows two motors to be wired to one switch. It is ideal in situations
where there are a maximum of two motors per room.


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See wiring diagram labeled “2
-
4
-
1 System” for technical specifications.



Quick Connects



Wall Switch (Momentary, Maintained or
Keyed)


Options:

a.

Switch: Rocker, Toggle or Decorator


7.

ABC System



All Battery Controlled” Motorized System


This system allows for the operation of
a shade up to 15 lbs. Weight is according to fabric type and total component / element weight.
Infrared
and Radio Frequency options available. Controlled via remote control. Includes a
reloadable wand for easier replacement of 8 AA Lithium batteries.


Options:

a.

IR or RF remote

b.

9 V or 12 V motor


E.

Hembar:

Shall be a continuous aluminum bar 1” X 3/16” with sufficient weight to allow the shade to close
without buckling or sagging.

Standard hembar is wrapped in fabric and sealed around all edges.

1.

Exposed Hembar (OPTION):

This hembar is mounted on the exterior

of the bottom hem of shade.
It is constructed of extruded aluminum and is weighted to properly raise and lower the shade
without buckling or sagging.


F.

Side (and Sill) Channel (OPTION):

Extruded aluminum channel through which each side of a shade
travels

to create blackout application. The rails shall contain soft brushes on a minimum of one side
depending on application to enclose the fabric shade in a light tight condition. The side and bottom
channels should be installed in a light bead of caulking to
prevent light penetration.

1.

One Piece Side (and
/or

Sill) Channel:

.060 extruded aluminum 2” deep by ¾” wide. This channel
is ideal for inside mounting.


G.

Shade Mounting Brackets:

Steel, 1/8” thick type as required to suit indicated mounting and necessary
to
rque. Center bracket utilized as needed to suit span, shade weight and indicated mounting. Fascia
brackets shall be painted to match Fascia color.


H.

Bracket Covers for “Fascia or No Fascia” (OPTION):

Universal bracket covers provide a finished aesthetic
qu
ality to exposed brackets.


I.

Fascia System (OPTION):

All fascia systems shall be prime painted with baked enamel utilizing the
powder paint method to ensure an environmental friendly application. Wet paint method shall not be
accepted.


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1.

L
-
Angle Fascia:

Fasc
ia panels shall be made from extruded aluminum. Fascia face shall be 4” to
accommodate shade roll. Fascia shall clip to brackets and snap easily into place. It shall be
easily removed for any necessary maintenance.

2.

Top Back Cover:
Top back cover shall be
an additional L Angled piece designed to be used with
the fascia to provide a cleaner look from the outside of the building as well as the inside. This
piece will provide a look similar to the U shaped headbox pocket system. When provided with
fascia brack
ets (end caps) it will form a 6
-
sided box.


J.

Pocket System (OPTION):

This system allows the shade to be recessed into the ceiling.

1.

Headbox/Closure Flap:

An extruded aluminum box that is sized to conceal roller shade when the
shade is in the open position.

Headbox provides a cleaner look from the outside of the building
as well as the inside. Shade shall recede into headbox without rubbing. The “Closure Flap” is a
removable closure to cover the roll.

a.

Ceiling Tile Support (OPTION):

This 1 1/8” aluminum str
ip is designed to attach to the
headbox providing support for ceiling tile.

2.

Hook/Closure Flap Assembly:

Extruded aluminum hook is fastened to drywall pocket. Closure
Flap hangs from hook to provide pocket closure.

3.

Hook/Closure Flap

Ceiling Tile Support:

Extruded aluminum hook attaches to drywall pocket
with 1 1/8” aluminum grid strip to support ceiling tile, Closure Flap hangs from hook to provide
pocket closure.


Part 3 Execution

3.01

Installation:

A.

Install the shades where shown on the contract drawings

in accordance with printed instructions
provided by the manufacturer, SOS Shade Systems, or a modification as approved by the manufacturer.

B.

The shade fabric shall hang flat without buckling or distortion. The edge when trimmed, shall hang
straight without

curling or raveling. Unguided roller fabrics shall roll without shifting sideways more than
¼” in either direction. Tolerance for brackets shall not exceed ¾” on either side.

C.

Verify that all surfaces and openings are ready to receive the work. Do not comm
ence the work until the
installer verifies field measurements.

D.

Beginning the installation indicates the installer accepts the substrate.


3.02

Adjusting

A.

The system shall be adjusted by the installer for smooth operation. All completed shades will be
operated by

the installer to ensure that they function correctly.

B.

Instruct the owners or his representative as to the proper operating procedures and maintenance of the
system.