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Autani Corporate Headquarters
7170 Riverwood Drive, Suite B

Columbia, MD 21046

443.320.2233

HTTP://www.autani.com

Support Inquiries: support@autani.com


SE
CTION 260923
-

LIGHTING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

PART I
-

GENERAL

1.1
RELATED DOCUMENTS

A.

Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and
Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.


1.2 SUMMARY

A.
Section Includes:

1.
Networked
Management Appliance

2.
Networked Switching
L
ighting Controllers

3.
Networked
Controllable Thermostats

4. Vacancy/ Occupancy Sensors

5. Wall Switches and Local Controls


B. Related Requirements:

1.
General Conditions.

2.
Section 260519 “Low Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables”

3.
Section 260523 “Control Voltage Electrical Power Cables”

4.
Section 262726 "Wiring Devices" for manual light switches.


1.3 ACTION SUBMITTALS

A. Product Data: For each type of product.

B. Shop Drawings:

1. Show installation details for equipment to

be installed


a) Occupancy/ Vacancy Sensors


b) Light Level Sensors


c) Energy Management Appliance


d) Distributed Lighting Controllers

2.
Interconnection diagrams
showing field
-
installed wiring, including connection details to other
equipment and s
ystems.

3.
Include diagrams for power, signal, and control wiring.

4. System Riser drawings detailing assignment, connection, and inter
-
relation of equipment on one or
more one
-
line drawings.


1.4 INFORMATIONAL SUBMITTALS

A. Field quality
-
control repor
ts.


1.5 MANUFACTURERS: Equipment provided by the following manufacturers has been used as the basis of
specification for this project.

A. Networked Management Appliances, Software, Networked Switching Lighting Controllers, Networked
Controllable Ther
mostats, and Vacancy/ Occupancy Sensors shall be manufactured by:


Autani Corporation

7170 Riverwood
Drive

Suite B

Columbia, MD

443.320.2233

www.autani.com


B. Occupancy Sensors, Daylight Sensors, and local
over
-
ride switches shall be manufactured by:



Autani Corporation


1.6 SUBSTITUTIONS

A. Requests for approval of additional manufacturers must be submitted and approved no less then
(10) days prior to the bid date.

B. Requests for approval of alternate

manufacturers must contain, at a minimum, drawings,
specifications, and schedules showing proposed equipment with at least the detail provided in the
project drawings and specifications.

C. If a substituted product is submitted, approved, and provided th
e Contractor shall assume all
responsibility for the coordination of and costs associated with necessary changes in design, wiring,
installation, and construction associated with substitutions.

B. Submittals for equipment by manufacturers not approved or
pre
-
approved shall be rejected
without review.


1.5 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS

A.
Operation and Maintenance Data: For each type of lighting control device to include in emergency,
operation, and maintenance manuals.


PART 2


PRODUCTS

2.1

AUTANI MANAGER NETWOR
KED MANAGEMENT APPLIANCE

A. DESCRIPTION: The Autani Manager
Networked Management Appliance shall be an
industrial control
processor
that integrates and manages lighting,
HVAC
, plug load, and metering systems via an integrated
wireless mesh communications

network. Management and control functions shall be programmed,
monitored, coordinated, and controlled via ethernet connected devices using a browser based Graphic User
Interface.

Provide
(1) Autani Manager Appliance as manufactured by Autani Corporation
with LightCenter and
StatCenter software for browser based management and control of lighting and HVAC systems.


1. The

Networked Management Appliance shall receive

input from environmental sensors, local
controls, and metering devices throughout a facili
ty. Based upon sensor input, schedule, local input,
curtailment, and event information, adjustments to lighting, HVAC, networked PCs, and plug devices are
implemented in real time to minimize energy waste.

2.
The
Networked Management Appliance shall be a

shared
device that can be loaded with any
combination of
Autani’s EnergyCenter family of
software including

LightCenter

(Lighting)
, StatCenter

(HVAC)
, MeterCenter

(Metering)
, and PLUS

(Plug Load Control)
.

3.
The Management Appliance shall retain and sto
re
all system events for over one year; event data
can be analyzed to
optimize energy use and savings.

4. The Management Appliance shall provide a
Graphical view of real
-
time and historical energy use
and provide
comprehensive and
actionable information t
o users in the form of on
-
screen displays,
printed reports, and exportable data

B. LIGHTCENTER LIGHTING CONTROL SOFTWARE

1.
LightCenter lighting control and management
application
software
installed on the Autani Manager
Appliance shall provide
local or remote access for programming, monitoring, and controlling the lighting
for a facility or campus. LightCenter
shall
interfaces with Autani’s ARC Room Controllers, MINI wired and
wireless motion sensors, and third party occupancy sensors and photoc
ells.

2.
LightCenter
shall optimize lighting through the use of

custom schedules, occupancy, light level,
events, and demand response programs with prioritized load shedding

3. LightCenter shall m
onitor and control lighting energy usage with up to the m
inute consumption and
savings data represented through
exportable
charts, graphs and reports

4. Software shall provide r
eal
-
time alerting for user defined and system events via email or smart
phone

5. Software shall include i
ntegrated support for third

party occupancy sensors and photocells

6. Software shall provide s
ecure
, password protected

access
with assignable access rights to prevent

unauthorized users
from logging into the system or effecting changes upon the system.

C. STATCENTER CLIMATE CONT
ROL SOFTWARE

1.
StatCenter climate control and management software Installed on the Autani Manager Appliance.

shall provide

local or remote access for programming, monitoring, and controlling Autani wireless
thermostats. StatCenter
shall interface
with Au
tani’s MINI wired and wireless occupancy sensors as well
as third party occupancy sensors connected via certain LightCenter Room Controllers.

3. StatCenter shall m
onitor and control
HVAC energy consumption

with up to the minute
usage

and
savings data rep
resented through
exportable
charts, graphs and reports

4. Software shall support
custom schedules with events to control setpoints, mode, and fan settings

5.
Occupancy based events and rules can be used to manage temperature based on space usage

6. S
upport for s
ecure access control, with limited range settings for manual thermostat keypad access

7. Software shall provide r
eal
-
time alerting for user defined and system events via email or smart
phone

5. Software shall include i
ntegrated support for
third par
ty sensors and connection to sensors shared
with other networked devices

6. Software shall provide s
ecure
, password protected

access
with assignable access rights to prevent

unauthorized users
from logging into the system or effecting changes upo
n the system.

D. SPECIFICATIONS AND RATINGS

1. Appliance


a.
Mounting: Wall bracket or table
-
top Optional 19” EIA rack mount available

b.
Storage: 80GB w/ HDD, 4GB w/ flash drive

c.
Endpoint Capacity: ~300, upgradable to 1000

d.
LEDs: Power, Ethernet

2. Power

a.
Power Supply: 12VDC UL/ FCC/ CE approved power block

b.
Estimated Draw: 25 watts max. load

3.
I/O
Support


a.
LAN: 1 10/ 100/ 1000 Ethernet, TCP/ IP v4 (UDP ports: 49657, 54261, 59370, 59371)

b.
Serial: 2
-

1 dedicated internal, 1 open

c.
USB: 2 USB 2.0 Host interfaces

E.
PROTOCOLS

1. Serial: Modbus, RS
-
485

2. Optional customized
BACnet MS/ TP

3.
Wireless: 802.15.4 with mesh networking

4.
Ethernet: HTTP/ HTTPS, FTP

5.
Security: Intern
al firewall, IPSEC, isolated wireless & internal processors

F. RADIO NETWORK

1.
IEEE 8
02.15.4
-
2003 2.4GHz ISM compliant


2.
Range: Approx. 1000’ LOS transmit/ receive

G.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1. ETL/ MET


2.
FCC (V8N
ZRB1000141
) & IC (7737A
-
ZRB1000
141
), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15

H.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 70°C

2.
Storage Temperature:
-
25° to 80°C

I.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 10.75 x 9.94 x 2.5in

2.
Color: Autani Blue


2.2

AUTANI
LIGHTCENTER
NETWORKED SWITCHING

LIGHTING CONTROLLERS

A.
DESCRIPTION
:
The
Networked
Switched Lighting Controller

shall be a wirelessly managed, plenum rated
device
designed specifically for the control and management of lighting circuits.
Networked Lighti
ng Controllers
shall provide remote management and control of lighting levels via schedules, sensors inputs, over
-
rides, and
curtailments when used in conjunction with Autani’s LightCenter and EnergyCenter Software.
Provide Autani
Corporation ARC
-
R Room C
ontrollers and
accessories in quantities and configurations as shown on the Project
Drawings

1
. Lighting C
ontrollers shall support switching of up to (2) 120 or 277VAC single pole 20 amp circuits.

2.
Lighting Controllers shall be distributed

throughout the project, local

to the loads controlled and
associated switches &
sensors as shown on the project drawings.

3
. Lighting Controllers shall be fully compatible with occupancy/ vacancy sensors and daylight sensors
provided by the manufacturer
of the Lighting Controller as well as certain sensors manufactured by
others.

a
.
Lighting Controllers that only support proprietary sensors provided by the manufacturer of
the Lighting Controller shall not be acceptable for this project.

b. Lighting Co
ntroller shall support selected 24VDC Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

c. Lighting Controller shall support selected 0
-
10vDC and 24vDC Daylighting Sensors

5. Lighting Controllers shall provide (1) momentary or maintained contact closure per circuit for loca
l
control.
Contact cl
osures shall support:

a. momentary over
-
ride switches (toggle mode)

b. standard lighting switches (toggle or switch mode)

c. door and window contacts
(switch mode)

d. Keyswitch
(switch mode)

6. It shall be possible to program a

circuit such that the setting of a local control in the “off” position
over
-
rides all inputs, sensors, schedules, curtailments, and presets.

7. Lighting Controller shall contain local controls and indicators:


a. LED 1


red LED used to indicated circui
t status and stand
-
alone timeout



b. LED 2


green LED used to indicate Network or Stand Alone Status



c. SW1


Local Pushbutton used to join or leave network, or establish stand
-
alone mode



d. SW2


Local Pushbutton used to toggle circuits on/ off
and to set stand
-
alone mode timeout

B.
NETWORK OPERATION

1
. Lighting Controllers shall communicate with one another, the Network Management Appliance,
Networked Controllable Thermostats, and other network devices via a reliable mesh network. It shall
no
t be necessary to run control cable between Lighting Controllers or other network devices.

a. Lighting Controllers shall be configured, managed, and controlled via HTML (web) pages
provided over the LAN or WAN by LightCenter or EnergyCenter Software insta
lled on the Autani
Manager Appliance.

b. Lighting Controllers that require a dedicated piece of hardware, or proprietary software
installed on a LAN or WAN PC shall not be acceptable.

2. Networked Lighting Controllers shall be managed by a user defined c
ombination of schedules,
over
-
rides, curtailments, sensor inputs, and local controls. Behavior of the lighting controller and
associated devices including, but not limited to, light level, response to sensors, and timing of automatic
shutoffs during vacan
cy shall be adjustable via a 24 hour x 7 day x 365 day schedule.

3. It shall be possible to map the input and data of any sensor connected to a Lighting Controller to
any or all other Lighting Controllers and Networked devices in the system.

4. In the ev
ent of Network failure, the Lighting Controller shall operate as a stand alone device with
local control and response to Sensor Inputs. Systems which do not provide local control over lighting
circuit in the event of network failure or that fail to an “al
ways on” or “always off” mode shall not be
acceptable.

C.
STAND ALONE OPERATION

1. The Lighting Controller shall be capable of operation as a stand alone, non
-
networked
device
responding to local switch and sensor inputs.

2. The following timeouts for a
utomatic shutoff of controlled circuits by the Lighting Controller in
non
-
networked mode shall be configured via local pushbuttons on the device:


a. 10 second timeout


b. 18 minute timeout (default)


c. 30 minute timeout

3. It shall be possible to man
ually switch the Lighting Controller from Manual to Network Mode, and
vice versa using pushbuttons on the device.


a. LED status indicators shall confirm selection and indicate connection status

D.
SPECIFICATIONS AND RATINGS

1. Electrical

a.
Input Vo
ltage Range: 85 to 305VAC

b.
Recommended Voltage: 100 to 277VAC

c.
Operating Current: 75
-
250mA @ 100
-
277VAC

d.
DC Output Current (25°C): 100mA

e.
DC Input (25°C): 75 to 250mA

2. Internal Relay

(25°C)

a.
Max. Switching Power: 8310VA

b.
Max. Switching Voltage: 277VAC

c.
Max. Switching Current: 20A typ./ 30A max.

d.
Coil Voltage:
24VDC typ./ 28.8
VDC max.

e.
Coil Operating Power: 800mW

3. I/O Ports

a.
Power Pack: 24VDC typ., 150mA

b.
DC Output:
24
VDC typ., 100mA

c.
Contact: 24
V
DC typ., 100mA

d.
Sensor: 3.0VDC max., PIR signal

4. Local Control Inputs


a.
Wall Switch: (1) contact closure

b.
Door Contact/ 2nd switch: (1) contact closure

d.
Sensor: Up to (10) Autani MINI Wired Sensors

5. Radio Network


a.
IEEE 802.15.4
-
2
003 2.4GHz ISM
compliant


b.
Range: Approx. 600’ LOS transmit/ receive

E.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1.
UL 916 CSA C22.2 No. 205 (Listing E113003)

2.
UL 2043 Plenum Rated

3

.
FCC (V8NARC1000133) &

IC (7737A
-
ARC1000133), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15

F.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Test condition of all ratings 25°C

2.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 70°C

3.
Storage Temperature:
-
25° to 80°C

G.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.75 x 3.93 x 1.19in

2.
Color: White

3.
Weight/ Shipping Weight: <10oz/ <1lb


2.3

AUTANI STATCENTER NETWORKED CONTROLLABLE THERMOSTATS

A. DESCRIPTION: Networked Controllable Thermostats shall be wirelessly managed 24VDC controlla
ble
thermostats suitable for connection to a wide range of heating and cooling equipment. Controllable
Thermostats shall be direct replacements for traditional 5
-
relay electronic thermostats, and shall provide remote
management and control of heating and
cooling systems when used in conjunction with Autani’s LightCenter
and EnergyCenter software . Provide Autani Corporation StatCenter T32P Networked Controllable Thermostats
in quantities and configurations as shown on the project drawings.

1. Controllable

Thermostats shall provide remote and local management of separate heating and
cooling setpoints


a. local setpoint controls may be active, inactive, or restricted to a certain range.

b. setpoints shall be adjustable via a 24hour x 7day week x 365 day sc
hedule in conjunction
with rules applied to sensor inputs, occupancy status, over
-
rides, and curtailments.

2. Controllable Thermostats shall be fully compatible with occupancy/ vacancy sensors provided by the
manufacturer of the Controllable Thermostat as

well as certain sensors manufactured by others.

a. Controllable Thermostats that only support proprietary sensors provided by the
manufacturer of the Controllable Thermostat shall not be acceptable for this project.

b. Controllable Thermostats shall s
upport selected 24VDC Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

c. Occupancy/ Vacancy sensors shall be capable of being shared with other network devices
including Lighting and Plug Load Controllers.

3. In the absence of Network Communication, the Controllable Therm
ostat shall continue to operate
in the last selected mode with current heating and cooling setpoints.

4. Controllable Thermostats shall communicate with one another, the Network Management
Appliance, Networked Lighting Controllers, and other network devic
es via a reliable mesh network. It
shall not be necessary to run control cable between Controllable Thermostats or other network devices.

a. Controllable Thermostats shall be configured, managed, and controlled via HTML (web)
pages provided over the LAN
or WAN by LightCenter or EnergyCenter Software installed on the
Autani Manager Appliance.

b. Controllable Thermostats that require a dedicated piece of hardware, or proprietary
software installed on a LAN or WAN PC shall not be acceptable.

B. SPECIFICATI
ONS AND RATINGS:

1. Electrical


a.
Input Voltage: 24VAC 50/60Hz +/
-

15%

b.
Relay Rating: 24VAC @ 1 Amp max. per relay

2. Temperature Sensing


a.
Accuracy: +/
-

0.3° @ 77°F

b.
Temperature Sensor(s): 10K NTC type 3

c.
Display Resolution: 0.1°F

3.

Display


a.
Display Size (WxH): 2.75 x 1.875 in

b.
Back Light: Blue EL (Electro Luminescent)

c.
Back Light Life: 3,000 hours to half brightness

4. Radio Network

a.
IEEE 80
2.15.4
-
2003 2.4GHz ISM compliant

b.
Range: Approx. 1000’ LOS transmit/ rec
eive

C. SETTINGS


1.
Keyboard Lock: Multiple level selection

2.
Heating Setpoint Range: 41°F to 120°F

3.
Cooling Setpoint Range: 43°F to 122°F

4.
Internal Sensor Calibration: +/
-

9°F

D.
EQUIPMENT COMPATIBILITY

1.
1 Heat/ 1 Cool

2.
2 Heat/ 2 Cool

3.
2 Heat/ 1 Cool Heat Pump

4.
3 Heat/ 2 Cool Heat Pump

5.
2 Heat/ 1 Cool Dual Fuel

6.
3 Heat/ 2 Cool Dual Fuel

E.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1.
FCC (V8N
ZRB1000141
) & IC (7737A
-
ZRB1000141
), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15


F.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Operating Temperature: 32°F to 122°F

2.
Storage Temperature: 32°F to 105°F

3.
Operating RH: 0
-
95% (non
-
condensing)

G.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 5.52 x 4.49 x 1.07in

2.
Color: White

3.
Weight: 9oz


2.4

AUTANI MINI

OCCUPANCY
/ VACANCY SENSORS


A. Provide Autani passive infared (PIR) occupancy sensor, model number 1000133
-
XX
, as manufactured by
Autani Corp., Columbia, Maryland.

1. Operation: When is the ON state, turn lights on when coverage area is occupied, and turns them off
when unoccupied; with a predetermined time delay for turning lights off.

2. Detection: PIR sensor detects heat and movement.

3. Sensor Output: Contacts
rated to operate the connected relay, Sensor is powered from the ARC.

4. Mounting: Ceiling or wall mounted options

a. Ceiling mounted to acoustical ceiling T
-
grid.

b. Surface mounted to ceiling or wall.

5. Indicator: LED display, to show when motion i
s detected during testing and normal operation of
sensor.

6
. Autani occupancy sensor has a detection range of 10 meters. Multiple occupancy senors may be
connected to the ARC using one or more RJ line splitter(s).

7
. RJ
-
11 line splitter Autani part #1001
57.


2.5

WALL SWITCHES

A. Provide standard single pole 15A wall switch to control the ARC “ON” and “OFF” state. Multiple wall switches
may be wired in 2, 3 or 4 way switch configuration.

1. Cooper part # 1301.


2.6

CONDUCTORS AND CABLES

A. Power Wirin
g to Supply Side of Remote
-
Control Power Sources: Not smaller than No.12 AWG. Comply with
requirements in Section 260519 "Low
-
Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables."

1. Wire shall be copper, THHN/THWN insulation, #12 size minimum.

B. Classes 2 a
nd 3 Control Cable: Multiconductor cable with stranded
-
copper conductors not smaller than No.22
AWG. Comply with requirements in Section 260519 "Low
-
Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables."

1. Sensor to ARC: 2 pair, UTP, 22 AWG cable with RJ11 co
nnector on each end.

a. 25 ft. pre
-
terminated ivory cable Autani part #100158 .

C. Class1 Control Cable: Multiconductor cable with stranded
-
copper conductors not smaller than No. 16 AWG.
Comply with requirements in Section 260519 "Low
-
Voltage Electrical

Power Conductors and Cables."

1. Wire shall be copper, THHN/THWN insulation, #16 size minimum.


2.
7

AUTANI DIMMING FIXTURE CONTROLLER

A. DESCRIPTION: The Networked Dimming Fixture Controller shall be a wirelessly managed, plenum rated
device designed specifically for the control and management of Dimmable lighting circuits. Networked Dimming
Fixture Controllers shall provide remote man
agement and control of lighting levels via schedules, sensors inputs,
over
-
rides, and curtailments when used in conjunction with Autani’s LightCenter and EnergyCenter Software.
Provide Autani Corporation AFC
-
A Dimming Fixture Controllers and accessories i
n quantities and configurations
as shown on the Project Drawings

1. Dimming Fixture Controller shall support control of up to ten 0
-
10VDC dimmable flourecent or LED
lighting fixtures (Advance Mark 7 or Equivalent).

2. Dimming Fixture Controller shall be
distributed throughout the project, local to the loads controlled
and associated switches & sensors as shown on the project drawings.

3. Dimming Fixture Controller shall be fully compatible with occupancy/ vacancy sensors and daylight
sensors provided by
the manufacturer of the Dimming Fixture Controllers as well as certain sensors
manufactured by others.

4. Dimming Fixture Controller shall support selected 0
-
10VDC photocells

B. NETWORK OPERATION

1.
Dimming Fixture Controllers
shall communicate with
one another, the Network Management
Appliance, Networked Controllable Thermostats, and other network devices via a reliable mesh
network. It shall not be necessary to run control cable between
Dimming Fixture Controllers
or other
network devices.

a.
Dimm
ing Fixture Controllers
shall be configured, managed, and controlled via HTML (web)
pages provided over the LAN or WAN by LightCenter or EnergyCenter Software installed on the
Autani Manager Appliance.

b.
Dimming Fixture Controllers
that require a
dedicated piece of hardware, or proprietary
software installed on a LAN or WAN PC shall not be acceptable.

2. Networked
Dimming Fixture Controllers
shall be managed by a user defined combination of
schedules, over
-
rides, curtailments, sensor inputs, and l
ocal controls. Behavior of the
Dimming Fixture
Controller
and associated devices including, but not limited to, light level, response to sensors, and
timing of automatic shutoffs during vacancy shall be adjustable via a 24 hour x 7 day x 365 day schedule.

3. It shall be possible to map the input and data of any sensor connected to a
Dimming Fixture
Controller
to any or all other Lighting Controllers and Networked devices in the system.

4. In the event of Network failure, the
Dimming Fixture Controller
sh
all operate as a stand alone device
with local control and response to Sensor Inputs. Systems which do not provide local control over
lighting circuit in the event of network failure or that fail to an “always on” or “always off” mode shall
not be accepta
ble.

C
. SPECIFICATIONS AND RATINGS

1. Electrical

a.
Input Voltage Range:
-
50

to
50V

b.
Recommended Voltage:
12

to
30VDC

c.
Input

Current:
20 to 100mA


d.
Output
Voltage: 10V

e. Output Current: 1mA

f. 0
-
10VDC Analog Input (channel 1 and 2): 0 to 10V

g. 0
-
10VDC Analog Output: 0 to 10V

2
. I/O Ports

a.
Channel 1: 0
-
10VDC Daylight Sensor/Photocell

b.
Channel 2: 0
-
10VDC Local Dimmer Control

3
. Radio Network


a.
IEEE 802.15.4
-
2003 2.4GHz ISM
compliant


b.
Range: Approx.
1000
’ LOS transmit/ receive

E.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1.
UL 916 CSA C22.2 No. 205 (Listing E113003)

2.
UL 2043 Plenum Rated

3 .
FCC (V8N
ZRB1000141
) &

IC (7737A
-
ZRB1000141
), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15

F.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Test condition of all ratings 25°C

2.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 70°C

3.
Storage Temperature:
-
25° to 80°C

G.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.
35

x
1.07 x 0.71
in

2.
Color: White

3.
Weight/ Shipping Weight: <10oz/ <1lb


2.8

AUTANI MINI WIRELESS
OCCUPANCY
/ VACANCY SENSORS


A. Provide Autani
wireless
passive infared (PIR) occupancy sensor, model number 1000
115
-
04, as manufactured
by A
utani Corp., Columbia, Maryland.

1. Operation: When is the ON state, turn lights on when coverage area is occupied, and turns them off
when unoccupied; with a predetermined time delay for turning lights off.

2. Detection: PIR sensor detects heat and movement.

3. Sensor Output:
Wireless
signal is sent via mesh network to the Autani Manager
, Sensor is powered
two
AA Batteries

4. Mounting: Ceiling or
wall mounted options

a. Ceiling mounted to acoustical ceiling T
-
grid.

b. Surface mounted to ceiling or wall.

5
. Indicator: LED display, to

show when motion is detected during testing and normal operation of sensor.

B. Autani occupancy sensor has a detection range of 10 meters. Multiple occupancy sen
s
ors may be
deployed
and associated with similar or multiple lighting control devices.


C. N
ETWORK OPERATION

1. Mini Wireless Motion Sensor shall communicate with one another, the Network Management
Appliance, Networked Controllable Thermostats, and other network devices via a reliable mesh
network. It shall not be necessary to run control cable

between Mini Wireless Motion Sensors or other
network devices.

a. Mini Wireless Motion Sensors shall be configured, managed, and controlled via HTML (web)
pages provided over the LAN or WAN by LightCenter or EnergyCenter Software installed on the
Autani
Manager Appliance.

3. It shall be possible to map the input and data of any sensor connected to any or all other Lighting
Controllers and Networked devices in the system.

C. SPECIFICATIONS AND RATINGS

1. Electrical

a.
Input Voltage Range:
2.2 to 3.0VDC

2
. Radio Network


a.
IEEE 802.15.4
-
2003 2.4GHz ISM
compliant


b.
Range: Approx.
10
0
’ LOS transmit/ receive

3. Detection Range



a.
Standard 5m Detection: 100° x 82°, 5m (16.404ft)

max.

b.
Slight Detection: 91° x 91°, 2m (6.562ft) max.

c.
Spot

Detection: 38° x 22°, 5m (16.404ft) max.

d.
Standard 10m Detection: 110° x 93°, 10m

(32.808ft) max.

4. Detection Conditions:



a.
Detectable temperature difference between

target and background is more than 4°C.

b.
Movement Speed/ 5m: 0.8 to 1.2 m/s

c.
Movement Speed/ Slight: 0.5 m/s

d.
Movement Speed/ Spot: 0.8 to 1.2 m/s

e.
Movement Speed/ 10m: 0.5 to 1.5 m/s

E.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1.
UL 916 CSA C22.2 No. 205 (Listing E113003)

2.
UL 2043 Plenum Rated

3 .
FCC (V8N
WAT1000119
) &

I
C (7737A
-
WA
T1000119
), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15

F.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Test condition of all ratings 25°C

2.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 70°C

3.
Storage Temperature:
-
25° to 80°C

G.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.
01

x
1.70 x 2.14
in

2
.
Color: White

3.
Weight/ Shipping Weight: <10oz/ <1lb


2.9

AUTANI SMARTLET OUTLET CONTROLLER


A. DESCRIPTION: The
SmartLet Outlet Controller

shall be a w
irelessly managed
device designed specifically for
the control and management of
Plug Loads
. Networked
wireless receptacle controllers
shall provide remote
management and control of
Plug Loads

via schedules, sensors inputs, over
-
rides, and curtailments when used in
conjunction with Autani’s LightCenter
+, Plus,

and EnergyCenter Software.

Provide

Autani Corporation
SmartLet Outlet Controller

and accessories in quantities and configurations as shown on the Project Drawings

1.
SmartLet Outlet Controller
shall support control
a standard 120VAC, 15 or 20A Duplex receptacle.

2.
SmartLet Outlet
Contro
ller shall be distributed throughout the project, local to the loads controlled
and associated switches & sensors as shown on the project drawings.

3. SmartLet Outlet Controllers can be used in conjunction with EMC Networked PC Energy
Management Client So
ftware to perform safe, remote shut downs of windows PC’s


C. NETWORK OPERATION

1.
SmartLet Outlet Controller
shall communicate with one another, the Network Management
Appliance, Networked Controllable Thermostats, and other network devices via a reliab
le mesh
network. It shall not be necessary to run control cable between
SmartLet Outlet Controllers
or other
network devices.

a.
SmartLet Outlet Controllers
shall be configured, managed, and controlled via HTML (web)
pages provided over the LAN or WAN by
LightCenter
+, Plus,

or EnergyCenter Software installed
on the Autani Manager Appliance.

3. It shall be possible to map the input and data of any sensor connected to any or all other
SmartLet
Outlet
Controllers and Networked devices in the system.

C. SPEC
IFICATIONS AND RATINGS

1. Electrical

a.
Load Capacity: 15A@ 120VAC

b.
Input Voltage Range:
120VAC typ.

2.
Internal Relay

a. Max Switching Power: 1800VA

b. Max Switching Voltage: 120VAC

c. Max. Switching Current: 15A

3. Radio Network

a.
IEEE

802.15.4
-
2003 2.4GHz ISM
compliant


b.
Range: Approx.
6
00
’ LOS transmit/ receive

D
.
REGULATORY APPROVALS

1.
UL

Pending


2

.
FCC (V8N
WAT10001
42
) &

IC (7737A
-
WAT10001
42
), Certified Class B Digital Device, FCC Part 15

F.
ENVIRONMENTAL

1.
Test cond
ition of all ratings 25°C

2.
Operating Temperature: 0° to 70°C

3.
Storage Temperature:
-
25° to 80°C

G.
PHYSICAL

1.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 5.0

x
4.0 x 1.25
in

2.
Color: White

3.
Weight/ Shipping Weight:
Approx.
1lb


PART 3
-
EXECUTION

3.1 ROOM CONT
ROLLER INSTALLATION

A. Mount ARC in 4x4 junction box in close proximity to the light fixture(s) or load that will be switched.

1. Connect the ARC to un
-
energized 110/277 VAC power source. Utilize White (neutral) and Black (line) leads.

2. Connect one Re
d lead to the line side of the power source. Connect the other Red to the line side of the light
fixture, or load, circuit.

3. Connect the Blue and Yellow leads to the Wall Switch(es). The wall switch is configured as a toggle switch and
is not polarity s
ensitive.

4. Connect occupancy sensor(s) to the ARC.

5. Energize power source. Wait 30 seconds then proceed with testing and configuration.

a. Set ARC to Standalone Mode.

b. Set time out Period.


3.2 SENSOR INSTALLATION

A. Coordinate layout and installation of ceiling
-
mounted devices with other construction that penetrates ceilings
or is supported by them, including light fixtures, HVAC equipment, smoke detectors, fire
-
suppression systems,
and partition assemblies.

B. In
stall and aim sensors in locations to achieve not less than 90 percent coverage of areas indicated. Do not
exceed coverage limits specified in manufacturer's written instructions.

Autani Corporate Headquarters 7
170 Riverwood

Drive, Suite
B

Columbia, MD 21
046 443.320.2233


3.3

WALL SWITCH INSTALLATION

A. Securely mount switch to the device backboxes with no play (no gaps between mounting ears of the device
and the box or trim ring).


3.4 WIRING INSTALLATION

A. Wiring Method: Comply with Section 260519 "
Low
-
Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cables."
Minimum conduit size is 1/2 inch

B. Wiring within Enclosures: Comply with NECA 1. Separate power
-
limited and nonpower
limited conductors
according to conductor manufacturer's written instructions.

C. S
ize conductors according NEC and local codes..

D. Splices, Taps, and Terminations: Make connections only on numbered terminal strips in junction, pull, and
outlet boxes; terminal cabinets; and equipment enclosures.


3.5 IDENTIFICATION

A. Identify compon
ents and power and control wiring according to Section 260553 "Identification for Electrical
Systems."

Label Wall Switches “Low Voltage”

Identify circuits or luminaires controlled by photoelectric and occupancy sensors at each sensor.

Label ARC with a u
nique designation.


3.6 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

A. Manufacturer's Field Service: Engage a factory
-
authorized service representative to test and inspect
components, assemblies, and equipment installations, including connections.

B. Perform the following te
sts and inspections:

Operational Test: After installing ARC and sensors, and after electrical circuitry has been energized, start ARCs to
confirm proper unit operation.

Test and adjust controls. Replace damaged and malfunctioning controls and equipment.

C. Lighting control devices will be considered defective if they do not pass tests and inspections.

D. Prepare test and inspection reports.


3.7 ADJUSTING

A. Occupanc
y Adjustments: When requested within 12 months from date of Substantial Completion, provide
on
-
site assistance in adjusting sensors to suit actual occupied conditions. Provide up to two visits to Project
during other
-
than
-
normal occupancy hours for this pu
rpose.

1. For occupancy and motion sensors, verify operation at outer limits of detector range. Set time delay to suit
Owner's operations.

3.8 DEMONSTRATION

A. Train Owner's maintenance personnel to adjust, operate, and maintain lighting control devices
.

END OF SECTION 260923