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Bulletin No. 1210DB0101R6/02

6/2002


Lighting Control System Guideform Specification

for POWERLINK™ G3 Level 1000 Systems




Abstract

This application bulletin provides the specifying authority and guideform
specification for the
POWERLINK G3 1000

level lighting control system.

Applications

The
POWERLINK G3 1000

system is ideally suited for applications
where stand
-
alone low
-
voltage control and time scheduling is desired to
switch lighting and other loads on a branch circuit. The system can be
operated as a stand
-
alone system or in combinatio
n with a building
automation system via its RS232 or RS485 Modbus interface.
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SECTION 16440

LEVEL 1000 LIGHTING
CONTROL SYSTEM

Part 1

General

Introduction

The work covered in this section is subject to all the requirements in the General Conditions of the Specific
ations.

The contractor shall coordinate all of the work in this section with all of the trades covered in other sections of the
specification to provide a complete and operable system.

1.01

Description of Work

1.

The extent of the lighting control system work is i
ndicated by the drawings and by the requirements of this
section. It is defined to include, but not by way of limitation:

A.

Panelboards containing both standard and remotely operable circuit breakers

B.

Control electronics for switching circuit breakers and mon
itoring the status of the system

C.

Associated low voltage switches, occupancy sensors and external time clocks

D.

Any work stations, software and communications hardware

2.

System installation includes the following:

A.

Wiring of main and branch circuit conductors

B.

In
stallation of external control devices and wiring to the panelboard controller

C.

Installation of communications conductors and associated hardware

1.02

Quality Assurance

1.

Manufacturers
: Firms engaged in the manufacture of lighting control equipment and ancillary e
quipment, of the
types indicated, whose products have been in satisfactory use in similar service for not less than five years.

2.

Component Testing
: All electronic component board assemblies are to be factory tested and burned in prior to
installation.

3.

Syst
em Support
: Factory fax/telephone/email support shall be available free of charge during normal business
hours.

4.

NEMA

Compliance
: Comply with applicable portions of
NEMA

standards pertaining to types of electrical
equipment and enclosures.

5.

NEC

Compliance
:
Comply with applicable portions of the
NEC

including Articles 110
-
10 and 725.

6.

UL

Compliance
: Comply with applicable UL standards for panelboards, circuit breakers and energy
management equipment.

7.

FCC

Emissions
: All assemblies are to be in compliance with
FCC

emissions Standards specified in Part 15,
Subpart J for Class A applications

8.

IEC

1000
: Electronic components shall meet or exceed levels specified below:

A.

ESD

Immunity






IEC

1000, Level 4

B.

RF

Susceptibility






IEC

1000, Level 3

C.

Electrical Fast Trans
ient Susceptibility



IEC

1000, Level 3

D.

Electrical Surge Susceptibility

power line



IEC

1000, Level 4

E.

Electrical Surge Susceptibility

interconnection lines


IEC

1000, Level 3

9.

ISO

9002
: Manufacture of hardware and software components shall be registered as

ISO

9000 compliant.

1.03

Warranty

Manufacturer shall warrant specified equipment to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for at least
one year from the date of installation or eighteen months from date of purchase.

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1.04

Submittals

1.

Product Data Sheets
:
Submit manufacturer’s data sheet for the lighting control system and specified
components

2.

Panel Drawings
: Submit manufacturer’s dimensional drawings and circuit breaker placement locations for each
panelboard.

3.

One Line Diagram
: Submit a one
-
line diagram of

the system configuration proposed if it differs from that
illustrated in the riser diagram included in these specifications.

4.

Typical Wiring Diagrams
: Submit typical connection diagrams for all components including, but not limited to,
panelboards, low vol
tage switches, occupancy sensors, light level controllers, communications devices, and
personal computers.

Part 2

Materials and Components

2.01

Integrated Lighting Control System

1.

The lighting control system shall consist of microprocessor
-
based control electronics wit
h remotely operated
circuit breakers mounted to a UL67 listed lighting panelboard interior and enclosed in a UL50 listed panelboard
enclosure. The circuit breakers shall provide overcurrent protection, and have an
AIR

rating or series connected
rating that

meets or exceeds the fault current of the system to which the panelboard is being applied.

2.

Each master control panel shall meet or exceed the following capabilities:

A.

Sixteen (16) 2
-
wire input terminals for connection to external low voltage switch contact
s.

B.

Capable of remotely controlling 168 branch circuits in a master/slave configuration.

C.

Provide true status feedback by monitoring branch circuit breaker status based on actual system voltage at
load side terminal.

D.

Accept remote commands via network connec
tion.

3.

All lighting control components shall be installed in a conventional panelboard 20 inches wide or column
-
width
enclosures (as noted on drawings). Suitable barriers shall be installed to separate Class 2 wiring from power
conductors.

2.02

Hardware

1.

To mini
mize space requirements, the remotely operated circuit breakers and electronics shall be integral to the
lighting panelboard.

2.

Remotely Operated Circuit Breakers

all remotely operated branch circuit breakers shall provide overload and
short circuit protecti
on suitable for the location in the electrical system, as defined in the panelboard schedules.
Remotely operated power switching devices shall have the following:

A.

Integral branch circuit overcurrent protection as required by the National Electrical Code (
NEC
). All circuit
breakers shall have a
UL

Listed interrupting rating sufficient for the application or shall have UL Listed series
connected ratings for the maximum available fault current at that point in the system. Submittals reflecting
the use of rela
ys or contactors to perform remote switching must show evidence in writing that the relay can
safely withstand the available fault current.

B.

UL

Listed
SWD

ratings for 15A and 20A 1
-
, 2
-

and 3
-
pole branch devices,
HID

ratings, and
HACR

ratings.

C.

Handle operat
or that shall mechanically open the power switching device contacts when moved to the
OFF

position and disable the contacts from being remotely closed.

D.

Manual override switch to enable or disable the remote operation of the device.

E.

Visible flag that clearl
y indicates the status of the circuit breaker contacts with the panel trim installed. Flag
shall indicate:
ON
,
OFF
, and
TRIPPED

circuit breaker states. The visible flag shall be mechanical in nature,
directly tied to the circuit breaker mechanism, and shal
l be provided in addition to any status indicator
supplied by the system electronics.

F.

Switching endurance rating of 200,000 open/close remote operations. Switching devices with lower ratings
may be judged to be acceptable, but must be provided with [100%]
[200%] spare switching devices for each
circuit to ensure an equivalent total number of operations.

3.

Lighting Control Electronics

Master Panelboards

A.

Panels identified on the panel schedule as master panels shall contain both a power supply module and
contro
ller in the indicated spaces. Master panels provide power and control for operating and monitoring
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remotely operated branch circuit breakers connected to control busses located in master and slave
panelboards. One power supply module and controller shall s
upport up to eight (8) control busses. Master
panels shall contain a nameplate label, located on the panel trim indicating its designation, automation level
network address, and the designations and addresses of all associated slave panels connected to its

sub
-
net.

B.

A power supply module shall be furnished to provide control power for the operation of the remotely
operated circuit breakers, controller, bus system and low voltage inputs. Power module(s) shall connect
directly to the panel interior and receive

line voltage from the panel bus. Power module(s) shall be internally
self
-
protected and operate within a range of

15% to +10% of its nominal line voltage rating.

C.

The controller shall operate whenever voltage is within the power supply operating range. I
n the event of
incoming power outage, the controller shall automatically halt execution in a safe manner. Upon return of
power, the controller shall automatically reboot and return to normal system operation. The controller shall
include the following:

1.

Int
egral keypad and LCD front panel for local setup. Front panel setup shall permit local input setup and
creation of time schedules without requiring separate PC
-
based software.

2.

RS232

serial communications interface to permit local connection to personal com
puter without having
to remove panel trim.

3.

Non
-
volatile memory to retain all setup and configurations.

4.

Eight (8) three
-
wire input terminals configurable for either eight (8) three
-
wire momentary operation, or
sixteen (16) two
-
wire, or (8) two
-
wire operatio
n with status feedback. All configurations shall allow either
momentary or main
tained control devices to be attached without providing any external control power.

5.

An auxiliary power source for powering external control devices such as occupancy sensors, l
ow
voltage photo sensors, and pilot
LED
s, as indicated on drawings.

6.

Programmable input timers to permit timed override periods.

7.

Adjustable blink notice assignable to any remotely operated circuit breaker(s) connected to the system.

8.

Capability for accepting

downloadable firmware so that the latest production features may be added in
the future without replacing the module.

D.

Time scheduler shall provide, at minimum, the following:

1.

Sixteen (16) independent schedules, each having twenty
-
four (24) time periods.

2.

C
lock configurable for 12
-
hour (AM/PM) or 24
-
hour format.

3.

Schedule periods settable to the minute.

4.

365
-
day calendar, with automatic daylight savings and leap year adjustments.

5.

Day
-
of
-
week, day
-
of
-
month, day
-
of
-
year with one
-
time or repeating capability.

6.

Thi
rty
-
two (32) special date periods.

7.

Astronomical tracker to automatically adjust sunrise and sunset times throughout the year.

8.

Selectable logic that allows an input to be logically connected to time schedules in “AND”, “OR”, or
“LAST EVENT” combinations.

4.

Li
ghting Control Electronics

Slave panels

A.

Panels marked as slave panels shall contain the necessary busses and network hardware to allow
connection of the sub
-
net wiring between panels.

B.

Sub
-
net wiring connections shall allow connection of wiring to a termina
l that can be removed from the panel
without interrupting the communications to other panels.

C.

Slave panels shall contain a nameplate label attached to the deadfront trim indicating the panel designation,
network address of the panel, and the panel designat
ion of the associated master panel.

2.03

Networks

1.

Provide sub
-
net wiring between master and slave panels as indicated on the drawings. Sub
-
net wiring shall
permit slave panels to receive power and control data from the master panelboard. No more than eight (8)
bus
rails shall be connected to the sub
-
net.

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2.

Sub
-
net communications shall follow Class 1 wiring practices. Communications conductors shall be Belden
27326 or equal having the same voltage rating as the branch circuit conductors. Wiring distances shall not
exceed the manufacturer’s recommendations.

3.

For
RS
485 based networks, all wiring between master panels shall use 2
-
wire twisted pair shielded conductors
(Belden 9841 or equal). Provide all necessary hardware for connecting the
RS
485 network to the
RS
232 por
t of
the workstation.

2.04

Configuration Software (Optional)

1.

Configuration software shall be designed specifically for the lighting control system and supported by the
manufacturer. Software shall support system configuration, and monitoring and control functio
ns in a Windows
environment.

2.

For basic setup and control, the software shall serve as a configuration and diagnostic utility. Basic features shall
include support for configuring inputs, zones, circuit breaker actions, and time schedules. Software shall be

able
to monitor the status of the system and provide visual indication of input status, circuit breaker status, and
operational parameters. Software shall be able to establish connections to the system through a controller front
port,
RS
232 port, or
RS
485

port. Support for remote system dial
-
up shall be incorporated into the software
package.

2.05

Personal Computer Workstations (Optional)

1.

The lighting panelboard system shall include personal computer workstations complete with software as
specified in section 2
.04 of this specification. The workstation(s) shall be pre
-
configured with all software and
configuration files; workstation(s) shall be ready to connect and operate when delivered to the job site.

2.

The panelboard lighting control system shall include [ pur
chaser to insert ] factory supplied personal computer
workstations. Each workstation shall consist of a 500
MHZ

Pentium III or higher
CPU
, 17” color monitor,

Windows 98 or Windows 2000 (as required to support manufacturer’s software), internal modem, Ether
net
network interface card,
CD
-
ROM
, 3.5” floppy drive, 64 Mbytes
RAM
, and a minimum of 10Gbytes hard drive
storage.


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Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced and maintained by qualified
personnel. This document is not intended as an

instruction manual for untrained
persons. No responsibility is assumed by Square D for any consequences arising out of
the use of this material.

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