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LIGHTING ANALYSIS: ALPHABET CITY LIBRARY

JAMES CLOTFELTER SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR: STAR DAVIS FALL 2014


TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Design Narrative Illuminance and lpd targets shading and site map facade Electric Solar Dialogue Space-by-Space Narrative

1 2 3 4 5 6-7

DAYLIGHT STRATEGY Solar Studies critical angles heliodon Study shading skin daylight factor

9 10 11 12 13

ELECTRIC LIGHTING STRATEGY Organization Calculations and Details Fixture Sheet Control Narrative and Schedule Zoning and Control

16 18-22 23-24 25 26-28

LUMINAIRE CUT SHEETS

30-38


DESIGN NARRATIVE WEAVE AND RUPTURE The lighting design strategy for our Alphabet City Community Library is primarily daylight driven with particular consideration given to view and program alignment. The site adjoins a public park and promenade to the North and East, a private housing tower to the West and an industrial street to the South. Both the architecture and the view access will engage with the proximity to nearby NYCHA housing and the public space surrounding the library. At the Southeast corner where the building meets the street, the facade lifts to expose the street level access to direct sunlight and to provide interior views of the community-aligned spaces within. Similarly, the North side’s park level entrance encourages access through a fold in the shading skin that seamlessly engages the park and promenade. Architecturally, the programming twists around a central staircase core that collects and distributes cool, Northern light throughout the library. This soft illumination in the staircase will penetrate all the way to the ground level, its shifts in brightness and color maintaining a subtle connection with the exterior condition. Electric light is the link between the architecture and the daylight. It is incorporated within the structure so that a moment of light discovery does not always reveal its source. In almost every case, electric lighting escapes through coves, recesses and fissures in the ceilings or furniture. This indirect approach allows the sunlight to structure space during the day while providing additional illumination at task surfaces. At night, the electric lighting will softly illuminate the interior spaces allowing the building’s skin to appear almost transparent. Our embrace of the integration and fissuring of electric light and daylight generated an overall design concept for “weave and rupture.”

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ILLUMINANCE AND LPD TARGETS PROGRAM GROUND FLOOR open public space terrace bike shop bike storage canteen lounge 3RD FLOOR open working space reading lounge classrooms circulation

PROGRAM

IL (fc) TRGT

DAYLIGHT

ACTL (AVG)

LPD TRGT

ACTL

AREA

WATTS

12506 7986

10920.8 7714

002 003 004 005 006 007

diffuse diffuse diffuse/direct diffuse diffuse/direct diffuse

3-10 3-10 40-50 40 40 5-10

11 5 43 40 36 8

0.66

0.58 0.67

1.68 0.63 0.99 0.73

0.53 0.52 0.74 0.68

1480 622 701 1434

776.8 324 518 971.5

011 012 013/014 014

diffuse/direct diffuse/direct diffuse/direct diffuse

30 30 40-50 3-10

30 28 40 14

1.23 0.93 1.24 0.66

1.10 1.82 1.26 0.73 1.00

7527 2217 2167 1563 656

8556 4030 2730 1140 655

LIBRARY 1.18 w/sq.ft TOTAL POWER 20440 TOTAL AREA 20078 LPD 0.98 targets site ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010

INSPIRATION

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Szo ld P l

MAJOR SHADING AND SKYLIGHT ORIENTATION

E1 0th

Stre et

N

30ยบ

library major shading industrial residential public space future building

NYC grid 30ยบ off North

future pool

SITE ACCESS AND VIEWS Morning Sun

N

Midday Sun Afternoon Sun Major Obstructions

Primary View Secondary View Tertiary View View Obstructions

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FACADE STRUCTURE AND OPERABILITY FOR SOLAR AND PUBLIC ACCESS

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ELECTRIC-SOLAR DIALOGUE SUNSET all lighting adjacent to window apertures in the West portion of the building (not classrooms) will fully extinguish 15 minutes prior to sunset over the course of a 5 minute fade. NORMAL OPERATION IN DAYLIGHT HOURS All public spaces will be fully lit and operational. The electric lighting should be in concert with daylight throughout the day. NORMAL OPERATION IN NIGHTTIME HOURS All public reading spaces will be fully lit and operational. Collaborative and group work spaces will dim to a lower intensity to better enable exterior views. This will create opportunities to engage in various light environments. Public space at the ground floor will be fully engaged as a transitional space between the street and the interior. The view from the dark outside to the lit interior will render the shading skin transparent. SPECIAL EVENT OPERATION IN NIGHTTIME HOURS The entire stair core and common spaces of the interior will be illuminated to provide a sense of transparency into the building. Collaborative and group work spaces will dim to a lower intensity to better enable exterior views. All ground level lighting will be fully engaged. AFTER HOURS IN SUMMER LIGHT The electric lighting in summer will be coordinated with the sunset so as not to diminish the quality of this solar event. It will be managed by the time-clock in the same manner as regular operating hours. AFTER HOURS After closing, the interior stair core, the floor lighting at the Southeast corner and the North steps will remain lit until midnight. MIDNIGHT Midnight will be the programmed “off” command for all public lighting other than that designated for safety and security. CLEANING A cleaning mode for each level can be enabled at the control panel for that location. This will provide a “full-on” scene that must be disabled after use.

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SPACE BY SPACE DESIGN NARRATIVE GROUND FLOOR SOUTHEAST STREET ENTRY The Southeast corner at street level is a clear and visible point of entry. Here, the architecture retreats underneath the building and provides direct access to the library’s public spaces. This corner will consistently collect daylight throughout the day and recessed electric lighting in the ground will illuminate this entry way at night. Similar to the reversal of transparency occurring in the building’s interior at night, the uplighting will reveal an otherwise hidden characteristic of the building’s street facing facade. LOUNGE This area located directly under the stair core is a fluid place of rest and congregation. Soft daylight that filters down through the stair core will define the quality of this space as it shift throughout the day. Electric lighting around the perimeter and further into the common space will contribute to this area even as it becomes slightly darker into evening. The absence of direct electric lighting will allow for an unobstructed view upwards through the core itself. BIKE SHOP The bike shop is the central retail space connecting the library to the neighborhood. It shall be visible through the shading skin both day and night. It is possible for specific areas of shading to be removed on the West facing facade for window display purposes as this will not effect solar gain. As this retail space may maintain different hours, the electric lighting system will operate independent of the central interior system. BIKE STORAGE Bike storage is not a public space and the lighting here is not driven aesthetically. Functional and efficient lighting will provide even illumination throughout the space and allow for easy adaptation should it be required. Occupancy sensors will be in effect to increase efficiency. CANTEEN The canteen will operate within the hours of the library unless it is engaged for a special event. Therefore, the lighting will be under the control of the central system’s time clock. Manually operated controls will be located within the canteen giving priority to those occupants. Given it’s proximity to the common space, the canteen must be considered in all programed scenes. COMMON SPACE This is the largest, most fluid space on the ground floor and circulates from the Southern entry, around the lounge and throughout the Northern half of the site. It will provide ample illumination for a variety of public programming as well as detailed illumination of the stepped area located inside the Northern glass facade. This area is to remain illuminated at all hours until midnight. Unlike most other areas, it will not benefit from direct sunlight.

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SPACE BY SPACE DESIGN NARRATIVE 3RD FLOOR CLASSROOMS 1&2 Each classroom will benefit from both view and daylight through the large windows. The shading skin will limit direct solar penetration in the summer months but the internal reflection should relieve the electric lighting load in sufficiently illuminating the interior. Photocells will promote daylight harvesting at a target of 50fc at task. Due to the classroom size, this will be applied uniformly to all fixtures in each room. A single control panel will be located at the entrance of each room allowing for non-dim operation. Vacancy sensors will require on activation and automatically turn off the lighting after 20 minutes of inactivity. READING LOUNGE This area will benefit from direct light in the morning of each season as well as indirect daylight throughout the day. The outer perimeter will be integrated with photocells to promote daylight harvesting at a target of 40fc at task. Lighting in this area will operate off the building’s time clock and manual control will not be publicly accessible. This area will be fully illuminated when the space is occupied, however, several pre-programmed lighting levels can be initiated for events or other occasions. This control will take place and the building’s central console and control can be given back over to the time clock manually or at midnight when all time clock automation is re-established. This area will utilize dimmable ballasts to meet various illumination requirements. OPEN WORK SPACE This area will benefit from direct sunlight throughout most of the day in each season. Photo cells will impact every fixture in this area in 3 layers of proximity to the windows. Otherwise, this area will operate identically to the Reading Lounge, with full illumination during all hours of occupancy and custom presets supporting special event programming. This area will utilize dimmable ballasts to meet various illumination requirements.

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DAYLIGHT STRATEGY

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DAYLIGHT STUDY Throughout the year, the library will be exposed to direct sunlight against the East facade and this is a critical daylight feature of the building. The East shading skin is the most porous and allows for strong morning light as well as unobstructed views of the surrounding park and neighborhood. Except for the height of the Winter solstice, the South facade is highly exposed to direct sunlight due to the low heights of industrial buildings directly to the South. Here, we have the most consistent shading and a largely opaque facade. In the West, the shading skin peels away to allow for late afternoon light to enter the building and activate those spaces. The North facade is primarily glazing behind the shading skin to allow for maximum access Northern light.

June 6:30pm

Key Daylight Access

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CRITICAL SOLAR ANGLES

69ยบ @ Summer Solstice

sunset

32ยบ @ Equinox 10am

SECTION - Looking East

69ยบ @ Summer Solstice North light sunset

42ยบ @ Equinox 4pm

32ยบ @ Equinox 10am

SECTION - Looking South 10


HELIODON SEASONAL DAYLIGHT STUDY

9am

12pm

3pm

Winter Solstice

9am

12pm

3pm

Equinox

9am

12pm

3pm

Summer Solstice

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SHADING SKIN Shading description: The skin of the library provides shading in the summer but also grounds the building in a warm, familiar material. This skin works in tandem with interior walls of varying opacity in order to regulate direct sunlight across the various programs located around the perimeter of the building. While shading is not needed along the North faรงade, the shading remains as a unifying feature. The absence of shading is strategic. It identifies points of community engagement and unique daylight access. In one instance, the skin peels away from the upper floors in the Southwest corner of the building to give the warm glow from a setting sun direct access to the interior. December 9am

SOUTH ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

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WEST ELEVATION


DAYLIGHT FACTOR + EXPECTED SOLAR PENETRATION

0.6% 1.7%

5.0% 3.2%

2.5%2.2% 1.5% &

N

9.5% 12%

1%

11% 1.7% 0.5%

DAYLIGHT FACTOR AND AUTONOMY < 1% 1- 3% NA

0.8% 0.8%

3-5%

5-10% and beyond

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DAYLIGHT AND ELECTRIC LIGHT IN THE STAIR CORE

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ELECTRIC LIGHTING STRATEGY

15


ELECTRIC LIGHT ORGANIZATION WEAVE

+

RUPTURE

seperation of public and private

connection through public space

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GROUND FLOOR ENTRY Southeast street level entry

Park and promenade entry from the North

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GROUND FLOOR CALCULATIONS

Luminaire Schedule Scene: zones Symbol

Qty 44 57 50 10 138

Calculation Summary Scene: zonesSummery Calculation Label 002 open public spac 003 stair 1 003 stair 2 003 stair 3 003 terrace 004 bike shop 005 bike storage 006 canteen 007 lounge

Label F7 F1 F2 F6 F5B

CalcType Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc

Description Whitegoods Edgeless Cove Philips SVseries 8' tandem Selux M10 M100 direct Cooper Boca Whitegoods P20L

Units Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc

18

Avg 10.76 9.79 9.17 7.40 5.15 42.69 40.38 36.06 7.78

Max 18 14 15 14 11 55 52 49 10

Min 7 2 1 1 2 9 23 22 6

Avg/Min 1.54 4.90 9.17 7.40 2.58 4.74 1.76 1.64 1.30

Max/Min 2.57 7.00 15.00 14.00 5.50 6.11 2.26 2.23 1.67


3RD FLOOR CALCULATIONS

Luminaire Schedule Scene: zones Symbol

Qty 17 49 12 12

Label F4 F1 F7 F1B

Description Selux M1D1 up/down Philips SV Series 8' tandem Whitegoods Edgeless Cove Philips SV Series 8' single

Calculation Summary

Calculation Summery Scene: zones Label 011 open working space 012 reading lounge 013 classroom 1 014 classroom 2 015 circulation 011 work table 1 011 work table 2 012 lounge table1 012 lounge table2 012 lounge table3

CalcType Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc Illuminanc

Units Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc Fc

19

Avg 19.63 28.32 39.13 40.46 13.65 23.69 34.99 30.30 33.00 28.30

Max 32 43 52 54 20 28.1 46.1 34 36 30

Min 10 10 18 21 5 20.6 26.2 23 28 23

Avg/Min 1.96 2.83 2.17 1.93 2.73 1.15 1.34 1.32 1.18 1.23

Max/Min 3.20 4.30 2.89 2.57 4.00 1.36 1.76 1.48 1.29 1.30


CLASSROOM CALCULATIONS DETAIL

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STAIR CORE CALCULATIONS DETAIL

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AGi32 rendering of the stair core

model photography of the stair core

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Boca 650-4

PEC Edgeless Cove

Cooper Boca Whitegoods Edgeless Cove

F6

F7

P20L

Whitegoods P20L

F5B

M1D112T5SDXC004WH

M101T5SDC004WH

Selux M1D1

Selux M10 M100

F2

SV8S228(TBD)PF

SV8S228(TBD)PF

CATALOG NO.

F4

Philips SV Series

F1B

SV T5 Strip Symmetric

Philips SV Series REFLECTOR OPTIONS

SV T5 Strip

NAME & MANUFACTURER

F1

FIXTURE

FIXTURE SHEET (PAGE 1 OF 2)

23 edgeless cove

12

10

138

linear plaster-in LED

inground

17

50

direct/indirect pendant

direct pendant

12

106

T5 tandem strip 8'

T5 single strip 8'

QUANTITY

FIXTURE TYPE

cable suspension mount

above horizontal cove surface

set into ground plate

recessed into floor plate at ground mounting cage

suspended - cable

cable suspension mount

mounting brackets (above mounting surface)

above ceiling w/ 90 pitch

suspended - cable

mounting brackets (above mounting surface)

ACCESSORIES

above ceiling w/ 90 pitch

MOUNTING


2700K

4000K

Cooper Boca

Whitegoods Edgeless Cove

F6

F7

4000K

Whitegoods P20L

4000K

4000K

F5B

Selux M10 M100

F2

4000K

Selux M1D1

Philips SV Series

F1B

4000K

CCT

F4

Philips SV Series

F1

NAME & FIXTURE MANUFACTURER

2400

34

2639

3973

2639

5217

10435

LUMINAIRE LUMENS

22

10

20

68

32

65

130

LUMINAIRE WATTS

FIXTURE SHEET (PAGE 2 OF 2)

24 fluorescent T5

LED

LED

fluorescent T5

fluorescent T5

fluorescent T5

fluorescent T5

SOURCE TYPE

TBD

12V

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

VOLTAGE DIMMING

GROUND:12506 SQ.FT 3RD FLOOR: 7572 SQ.FT. LIBRARY = 1.18 W/SQ.FT.

addressable / DALI

non-dim / low voltage

dimmable / DALI

dimmable / DALI

dimmable / DALI

PowerSpec HDF dimming

PowerSpec HDF dimming

BALLAST/CONTROL

FIXTURE SHEET

TOTAL POWER TOTAL AREA LPD

stair core and room perimeters

20440 20078 0.98

264

100

2760

terrace steps at ground

South ground entry

1156

1600

bike shop, storage, canteen

classrooms

780

13780

TOTAL POWER

all floors

all floors

LOCATION


3RD FLOOR

GROUND

LEVEL

classrooms

circulation

014

015

lounge

007

classrooms

canteen

006

013

bike storage

005

reading lounge

bike shop

004

012

North terrace

003

open working space

open public space

002

011

entry

001

ROOM # DESCRIPTION

F2

a9

F1 F1

b4 b5 F4 F1 F7

b8 b9 b10

F4

F1

b7

F1

b2

F7

F2

b1

s1

a11

F2

F2

a8 a10

F5B

a7

F5B

a5 F5B

F1

a4 a6

F1

a3

F6 F1

a1

TYPE

a2

ZONE

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

FL

LED

LED

LED

FL

FL

FL

LED

SOURCE

FIXTURES

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

DIM

yes

yes

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

TIMECLOCK

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

no

yes

yes

no

no

no

no

no

no

no

DAYLIGHT

no

no

yes

yes

no

no

no

no

no

no

yes

no

no

no

no

no

no

no

no

no

OCCUPANCY

CONTROL

no

no

yes

yes

no

no

no

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

no

no

no

no

no

CONTROL INTERFACE

centrally

centrally

locally

locally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

locally

locally

locally

locally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

centrally

floor panel located in this zone

North exposure

East sun exposure

South sun exposure

East sun exposure

in set, flush with step rise

in set, flush with step rise

in set, flush with step rise

above terraced steps

North of lounge

central circulation

South street level

CONTROL TYPE NOTES

Control Narrative: The lighting control system will be an intelligent network throughout the building and allow specific lighting control that can accommodate any combination of manual, pre-programmed and sensor-driven control. This will include time-clock events, vacancy and occupancy sensors, and photocell sensors for daylight harvesting. Manual control will be accessible for smaller, contained spaces while larger public spaces will respond to pre-programed scenes or by manual overrides at either the main building console or the central control panel located at each floor. The system should be flexible in its ability to accommodate a range of fixture types and intuitive user-controled interfaces. The specific properties and sequence of control may be modified at any point during installation so the system must be expandable. The sensors and programming are intended to provide a dynamic and efficient system that can operate at peak performance. The lighting system will be demand responsive and compliant with ASHREA 2010. Emergency lighting will be powered by the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s generator and performed by architectural fixtures in each of these spaces which shall be controlled in the same manner as adjacent fixtures except in event of power outage.

CONTROL SCHEDULE

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GROUND FLOOR ZONING AND CONTROL DIAGRAM

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a4

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

F1 CH: a3

zone a4

zone a3 F1 CH: a3

F7 (TYPICAL) CH: s1

DALI

zone s1

F1 CH: a2

zone a10 F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F2 CH: a10

F1 CH: a2 F7 (TYPICAL) CH: s1

F7 (TYPICAL) CH: s1

F1 CH: a2

zone a9

Control Key Control Sub-Panel Occupancy Sensor Photocell Sensor Time Clock

DALI DC 12V

Digital Interface Low Voltage Supply

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a9

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F2 CH: a8

F1 CH: a2

F7 (TYPICAL) CH: s1

F1 CH: a2

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

F2 CH: a11

zone a11 F1 CH: a2

zone a2 F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F1 CH: a2

F2 CH: a8

zone a8

Luminaire Schedule Scene: zones Symbol

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Qty 44 57 50 10 138

Label F7 F1 F2 F6 F5B

Description Whitegoods Edgeless Cove Philips SVseries 8' tandem Selux M10 M100 direct Cooper Boca Whitegoods P20L


GROUND FLOOR ZONING AND CONTROL DIAGRAM [IN-GROUND] F5B CH: a5

F5B CH: a5

F5B CH: a5

zone a5 F5B CH: a5

F5B CH: a7

F5B CH: a5 F5B CH: a5 F5B CH: a5 F5B CH: a5

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

F5B CH: a6

zone a6

F5B CH: a7

F5B CH: a7

F5B CH: a7

F5B CH: a7 F5B CH: a7

zone a7

DALI

Control Key

F6 CH: a1 F6 CH: a1

Control Sub-Panel Occupancy Sensor F6 CH: a1

Time Clock

DALI

Digital Interface

DC 12V

Low Voltage Supply

F6 CH: a1

F6 CH: a1

Photocell Sensor

F6 CH: a1 DC 12V

F6 CH: a1

F6 CH: a1

Luminaire Schedule Scene: zones Symbol

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F6 CH: a1

Qty 44 57 50 10 138

Label F7 F1 F2 F6 F5B

zone a1

Description Whitegoods Edgeless Cove Philips SVseries 8' tandem Selux M10 M100 direct Cooper Boca Whitegoods P20L

F6 CH: a1


3RD FLOOR ZONING AND CONTROL DIAGRAM

F1 CH: b5

zone b10

zone b5

F1 CH: b5

F7 (TYPICAL) CH: b10 F1 CH: b9

F1 CH: b9

zone b9 F1 CH: b9

F1 CH: b9

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b4

DALI

zone b4

zone b8 F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b8

Control Key

F4 CH: b7

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F4 CH: b8

F4 CH: b7

F4 CH: b7

Control Sub-Panel Occupancy Sensor

F1 CH: b2 F4 CH: b7

Photocell Sensor

F4 CH: b7

Digital Interface

zone b7

DC 12V

Low Voltage Supply

F4 CH: b7

F4 CH: b7

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F4 CH: b7 F1 CH: b2

Time Clock

DALI

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F4 CH: b7

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b4

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1 CH: b4

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

F1B CH: b1

zone b1

zone b2

Luminaire Schedule Scene: zones Symbol

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F1 CH: b4

F1B CH: b1

F1 CH: b2

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b4

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

F1 CH: b5

Qty 17 49 12 12

Label F4 F1 F7 F1B

Description Selux M1D1 up/down Philips SV Series 8' tandem Whitegoods Edgeless Cove Philips SV Series 8' single


LUMINAIRE CUT SHEETS

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Philips SV8S228(TBD)PF 92â&#x20AC;? T5 tandem / 4x28W 4000K / >80CRI 10435lm PowerSpec HDF dimming UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant no Page Notes:

SV T5 Strip SV T5 Strip Symmetric Reflector (SV5R)

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Philips SV8S228(TBD)PF 92” T5 tandem / 4x28W 4000K / >80CRI 10435lm PowerSpec HDF dimming UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant no Page

SV SERIES T5 STRIP WITH REFLECTOR OPTIONS Features

Specifications

• Only 2" wide. • Utilizes compact, high efficency, T5 or T5HO lamps. • Fully enclosed wiring. • Optional white or specular, symmetric and assymmetric reflectors (order separately). • Convenience outlet and switch K.O.s provided. • Push through lamp holders with rotor for secure lamp retention. • Optional hanger and wire guards.

Materials: Chassis parts are die-formed heavy gauge cold rolled steel, 1⅝" deep x 2" channel width. Finish: Chassis exterior—phosphate undercoating, baked white acrylic matte high reflectance paint finish. Electrical: HPF, thermally protected class “P” ballast. If K.O. is within 3'' of ballast, use wire suitable for at least 90°C. Labels: Listed by CSA.

SV Strip Dimensions A B

Nominal Length

2" (51mm)

⅞" (22mm) K.O. Typical

1-5/8" (41.5mm) 2-9/16" 9⁄16" (15mm) K.O. Both Ends 2-3/16" (56mm)

.96 SQ (24.5mm) K.O. Both Sides

B

C

D

92"

92¼" 90 3 /16" 4¼" (2343mm) (2291mm) (108mm)

447/16" (1129mm)

46"

46⅛" 44 1/16" (1172mm) (1119mm)

4¼" (108mm)

21⅜" (543mm)

34"

34¼" (870mm)

32 3 /16" (818mm)

4¼" (108mm)

N/A

22"

227/16" (570mm)

20⅜" (518mm)

4¼" (108mm)

N/A

(65mm)

C D

A

2" (51mm) 1-5/8" (41.5mm)

1.125" x .575" (29mm x 15mm) K.O. Both Sides ½" (12.5mm) K.O. Both Sides

2-9/16" (65mm)

2-3/16" (56mm)

⅞" (22mm) K.O. Both Sides

SV Reflector (SV5R) Dimensions D: 9/16" (14mm) K.O. E: 7/8" (22mm) K.O. F: CARRIAGE SLOT 23" (584mm)

E

D

F

2" (51mm) 1-3/8" (35mm)

42" (1067mm)

2-1/2" (64mm)

44" (1118mm) 46" (1168mm) D

E

3-1/8" (79mm)

F

28-1/4" (718mm)

30-1/4" (768mm)

2" (51mm)

32-1/4" (819mm) 34-1/4" (870mm) E

1-3/8" (35mm) 2-1/2" (64mm)

20-1/2" (521mm) F 20-1/2" (521mm) 22-1/2" (572mm)

4-1/8" (105mm)

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Philips SV8S128(TBD)PF 92â&#x20AC;? T5 single / 2x28W 4000K / >80CRI 5217lm PowerSpec HDF dimming UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant YES Page Notes:

REFLECTOR OPTIONS

SV T5 Strip Asymmetric Reflector (SV5R)

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Philips SV8S228(TBD)PF 92” T5 single / 2x28W 4000K / >80CRI 5217lm PowerSpec HDF dimming UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant YES Page

SV SERIES T5 STRIP WITH REFLECTOR OPTIONS Features

Specifications

• Only 2" wide. • Utilizes compact, high efficency, T5 or T5HO lamps. • Fully enclosed wiring. • Optional white or specular, symmetric and assymmetric reflectors (order separately). • Convenience outlet and switch K.O.s provided. • Push through lamp holders with rotor for secure lamp retention. • Optional hanger and wire guards.

Materials: Chassis parts are die-formed heavy gauge cold rolled steel, 1⅝" deep x 2" channel width. Finish: Chassis exterior—phosphate undercoating, baked white acrylic matte high reflectance paint finish. Electrical: HPF, thermally protected class “P” ballast. If K.O. is within 3'' of ballast, use wire suitable for at least 90°C. Labels: Listed by CSA.

SV Strip Dimensions A B

Nominal Length

2" (51mm)

⅞" (22mm) K.O. Typical

1-5/8" (41.5mm) 2-9/16" 9⁄16" (15mm) K.O. Both Ends 2-3/16" (56mm)

.96 SQ (24.5mm) K.O. Both Sides

B

C

D

92"

92¼" 90 3 /16" 4¼" (2343mm) (2291mm) (108mm)

447/16" (1129mm)

46"

46⅛" 44 1/16" (1172mm) (1119mm)

4¼" (108mm)

21⅜" (543mm)

34"

34¼" (870mm)

32 3 /16" (818mm)

4¼" (108mm)

N/A

22"

227/16" (570mm)

20⅜" (518mm)

4¼" (108mm)

N/A

(65mm)

C D

A

2" (51mm) 1-5/8" (41.5mm)

1.125" x .575" (29mm x 15mm) K.O. Both Sides ½" (12.5mm) K.O. Both Sides

2-9/16" (65mm)

2-3/16" (56mm)

⅞" (22mm) K.O. Both Sides

SV Reflector (SV5R) Dimensions D: 9/16" (14mm) K.O. E: 7/8" (22mm) K.O. F: CARRIAGE SLOT 23" (584mm)

E

D

F

2" (51mm) 1-3/8" (35mm)

42" (1067mm)

2-1/2" (64mm)

44" (1118mm) 46" (1168mm) D

E

3-1/8" (79mm)

F

28-1/4" (718mm)

30-1/4" (768mm)

2" (51mm)

32-1/4" (819mm) 34-1/4" (870mm) E

1-3/8" (35mm) 2-1/2" (64mm)

20-1/2" (521mm) F 20-1/2" (521mm) 22-1/2" (572mm)

4-1/8" (105mm)

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Selux M10 M100 T5 Direct pendant / 32W 4000K / >80 2639lm Digital addressable dimming (DALI) UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant no Page Notes:

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Selux M1D1 Direct/Indirect pendant / 68W 4000K / >80 3973lm Digital addressable dimming (DALI) UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

Variant no Page Notes:

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Whitegoods P20L Linear plaster-in LED / 20W per meter 4000K / >80 2639lm Fully Dimmable / DALI UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

F5B

Variant YES Page

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Notes: **Fixture must be fitted with a limiter to deliver 25% forward voltage.

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Cooper Boca 650-4 Inground / 10W 2700K 34lm Non-dim UL or equivalent European standard 12V

Type

Variant no Page Notes:

IP67

BOCA 650-1 One Opening

BOCA 650-4 Four Openings

BOCA 650-2 Two Openings

Ø3.56" [90mm]

Ø3.68” [93mm] 0.68” [17mm]

Ø3.68” [93mm]

Ø3.68” [93mm] 0.68” [17mm]

4.50" [114mm]

0.68” [17mm]

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Manufacturer Catalog Number Lamp Type/Wattage Color Temp/CRI Lumen Output Ballast/Transformer Fixture Rating Voltage

Whitegoods pec (Edgless Cove) T5/22w 4000K 2400lm Digitally Addressable, DALI / 1-10V Dimmable UL or equivalent European standard TBD

Type

F7

Variant no Page

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Notes: Single T5 lamp at 22w per fixture.

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