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Architectural Motorized Group Controllers
Section 12491
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01 SUMMARY
The following specifications detail the minimum performance and related criteria for Motorized
Window Treatment Control System proposed for this project. Any deviations from this
specification must be documented in writing and submitted to the Architect prior to the issuance
of any contracts and must also include all associated cost savings or additions, including but not
limited to equipment, equipment installation, power wiring labor and materials, programming,
documentation and project management.
A. SECTION INCLUDES
Provide, install and test an architectural Group Controller as specified herein for the areas
indicated on the drawings, specifications and load schedule(s).
B. RELATED SECTIONS
Section 16150 (Wiring Devices/Lighting Controls)
Section 12490 (Window treatments)
1.02 REFERENCES
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
ISO 9001 Quality Standard
Canadian Standards Association
American National Standards Institute
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
1.03 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
System shall consist of a 120V-60Hz motor group controller and low voltage, dry contact closure
devices. System shall provide 120V-60Hz window treatment control capability. Additional items
may also be required and are described herein and/or shown on the drawings.
1. 04 SUBMITTALS
A. Provide a written line-by-line review of the specification.
B. Shall include a load schedule which indicates the actual connected load and load type
per circuit, circuits and their respective control zones, circuits that are on emergency (if
applicable), and the capacity, phase, and corresponding circuit numbers (per the
electrical drawings).
C. Shall include a complete schematic of the system.
D. Shall include catalog cut sheets with performance specifications including historical
testing data demonstrating complete compliance to all of the specifications herein.
E. Shall include all exceptions taken to the Specification.
F. Manufacturer shall provide any additional information or factory demonstrations as
required by Specifier to demonstrate conformance with Part 2 of this specification. All
demonstrations are to be at a location, time and in a manner chosen by the Specifier.
1.05 APPROVALS
A. Prior approval is required for alternate proposals.
B. Complete Catalog data, specifications, and technical information on alternate equipment
must be furnished to the Architect and Owner at least ten business days in advance of
the bid date.
1.06 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years continuous experience in the
manufacturing of lighting controls.
B. 120V-60Hz Motorized Window Treatment Control System shall be UL and CSA listed
(where appropriate) specifically for the required loads (120V-60Hz motor). Manufacturer
shall provide evidence of compliance on request.
C. Manufacturer shall have their quality system registered to the ISO 9001 Quality Standard,
including in-house engineering for all product design activities. Due to the exclusion of
the Design Control element, ISO 9002 Registration is not acceptable.
D. Manufacturer shall have component quality program in place to reduce defective levels to
less than 100 PPM and provide documentation on request.
E. Group Controller shall meet IEC801-2, tested to withstand a 15kV electrostatic discharge
without damage or loss of memory.
F. Manufacturer shall provide software to simplify the design and installation of all lighting
controls.
G. Manufacturer shall be Year 2000 compliant for both their corporate operating systems
and lighting control products.
1.07 PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS
A. Motorized Window Treatment controls shall operate in an ambient temperature range of
0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F) and 90% non-condensing relative humidity.
B. Existing Conditions
1.08 WARRANTY
The manufacturer shall provide a one-year limited warranty on all equipment supplied. The
warranty shall cover 100% of the cost to repair any or replace any parts required over the first
year, which are directly attributable to the manufacturer. Warranty coverage shall begin three
months from date of delivery.
1.09 MAINTENANCE
The manufacturer shall make available to the end user a method of ordering new equipment for
expansions, replacement, or parts to be used as spares twenty-four hours a day, seven days a
week. The manufacturer must make available new or remanufactured parts for a minimum period
of ten years from the final date of commissioning.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS
1. LUTRON
2. The listing of a manufacturer as "acceptable" does not imply automatic approval. It is the
sole responsibility of the electrical contractor to ensure that any price quotations received
and submittals made are for products/systems that meet or exceed the specifications
included herein.
2.02 AC MOTOR GROUP CONTROLLER
A. GENERAL
1. The Group Controller shall provide open, close, and stop operation of up to four
ac motorized window treatments.
2. The Group Controller shall be capable of being controlled via dry contact closure
inputs.
3. The Group Controller shall be capable of receiving either momentary or
maintained dry contact closure inputs. This function shall be configurable by a
switch.
4. The Group Controller shall be capable of individual zone control and/or master
control from the contact closure inputs.
5. Stopping the motor shall be accomplished either by providing a dry contact
closure to the “Stop” terminal or by applying contact closures to the “Open” and
“Close” terminals simultaneously.
6. The Group Controller shall provide means for reversing motor direction for a given
input in the event of a miswire without removing power from the unit. The motor
direction shall be configurable by a switch.
7. The Group Controller shall provide local override buttons that activate the window
treatments for wiring verification.
8. The Group Controller shall provide LED indication as to the last state of the
window treatment.
B. MECHANICAL
1. The Group Controller shall be housed in a metal enclosure capable of being
surface mounted in any orientation.
2. The enclosure shall have separate, isolated wiring compartments for line voltage
wiring and Class 2 wiring.
3. The Group Controller shall provide individual terminals for each neutral for mains
input and each motor.
4. The Group Controller shall provide a grounding bar to land each ground of mains
input and each motor.
5. The Group Controller shall provide keyed mounting features so that mounting
screws do not need to be removed.
C. ELECTRICAL
1. The Group Controller shall operate at 110 to 127 VAC, 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Voltages
are referenced to Neutral.
2. Each channel on the Group Controller shall be rated for 5 amperes, ¼ hp motor
load at 120 VAC, 60Hz with a lifetime greater than or equal to 10,000 cycles.
3. The Group Controller shall contain non-volatile memory that prevents system
programming to be lost in the event of power failure.
4. The Group Controller shall meet IEC 801-2, tested to withstand 15kV
electrostatic discharge without damage or loss of memory.
5.
The Group Controller shall meet ANSI/IEEE Std. C62.41-1980, tested to
withstand voltage surges of up to 6000V and current surges of up to 200A without
damage or loss of memory.
2.11 SOURCE QUALITY CONTROL
A. Equipment shall be 100% tested for proper operation at end-of-line prior to shipment from
the factory. Manufacturers sampling at end-of-line shall not be acceptable.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 INSTALLATION
A. Equipment shall be installed utilizing manufacturer's catalogue cut sheets and installation
instructions and in accordance with these specifications.
B. Contractor shall furnish all equipment, labor, system setup and other services necessary
for the proper installation of the products/system as indicated on the drawings and
specified herein. System setup shall include defining each dimmer's load type, assigning
each load to a zone and setting the control functions.
3.02 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. MANUFACTURERS' FIELD SERVICES
1. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free technical support hotline 24 hours per day, 7
days per week.
2. Manufacturer shall be capable of providing on-site service support within 24
hours anywhere in the continental U.S.A., and within 72 hours anywhere in the
world, except where special visas are required.
3. Manufacturer shall offer a renewable service contract on a year to year basis
which will include parts and factory labor as well as annual training visits.