Work required of this Section includes labor, materials, equipment and supervision necessary to complete indoor and outdoor lighting in quantities required and at locations indicated on drawings; including road and area lighting. Each lighting fixtures shall be supplied and installed complete with lamps, ballast and all accessories. Coordinate with lighting control as indicated in Section 16146.



REFERENCES A. Saudi Arabian Standards Organization (SASO) SASO SASO 14 SASO 33 SASO 34 SASO 139 SASO 147 SASO 234 SASO 416 SASO 417 SASO 508 B. Code of Lighting for indoor work (draft) Acid Batteries Tungsten Filaments Lamps for General Lighting Service PVC – Insulated Flexible Cords with Circular Copper Conductors. Tubular Fluorescent Lamps for General Lighting Service. Starters for Fluorescent Lamps Bayonet Lampholders for General Use Methods of Testing Electric Luminaires for Road and Street Lighting Electric Luminaires for Road and Street Lighting Ballast for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps

International Electro-technical Commission (IEC) IEC 60061 IEC 60061-2 Lamp Caps and Holders together with Gauges for the Control of Interchageability and Safety Part 1: Lamp Caps. Lamp Caps and Holders together with Gauges for the Control of Interchageability and Safety Part 2: Lamp Holders Lamp Caps and Holders together with Gauges for the Control of Interchageability and Safety Part 3: Gauges

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Section 3 – Luminaires for Road and Street Lighting Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements.IEC 60064 IEC 60081 IEC 60068-2-6 IEC 60068-2-29 IEC 60068-2-30 IEC 60188 IEC 60529 IEC 60598-1 IEC 60598-2-1 IEC 60598-2-2 IEC 60598-2-3 IEC 60598-2-22 IEC 60662 IEC 60920/921 IEC 61048 IEC 62034 C. Section – Luminaires for Emergency Lighting High Pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps Ballast for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps Capacitator for Use in Tubular Fluorescent and Other Discharge Lamp Circuits. EN 55022 EN 60598-2-22 Information Technology Equipment – Radio disturbance characteristics – Limits and methods of Measurements Luminaries – Part 2-22: Particular Requirements – Luminaries for Emergency Lighting –AMD 14393: June 20. Section 1 Fixed General Purpose Luminaires Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements. European Norms (EN) EN 55015:2006+A1:2007 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment. Automatic test system for battery powered emergency escape lighting. Section 2 -Recessed Luminaires Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements. Tungsten Filament Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Service Tubular Fluorescent Lamps for General Lighting Service Environmental Testing Environmental Testing Environmental Testing High Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps Degrees on Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code) Luminaires Part 1: General Requirements and Tests Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements. 22 Illumination Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) IES Lighting Handbook (Reference of Application) D. 2003 16500-2 Lighting ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 .

ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-3 Lighting C. Illumination calculations. name of manufacturer and type of ballast for each type of fixture being furnished. voltage rating. 5.EN 60925 EN 60929 EN 61000-3-2 EN 61347-2-3 EN 61547 1. each fixture must be equipped with the proper number of new lamps of the correct size. The incandescent lamp LED replacement shall be integrated with LED driver built in and shall have the same base (screw) as the incandescent lamp. Incandescent lamps shall be rated for the correct volt system as indicated on drawings. specification and ID Package. inside frosted. . ballast and associated lighting system.C.3 SUBMITTALS A. Supplied Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps A. all in good operating condition. 4. lighting panel schedule and lighting fixture mounting details. supplied electronic ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps. or as required to suit the fixture and shall conform to SAS 33 Tungsten Filament Lamps for General Lighting Service and tested in accordance with SAS 34. Performance Requirements for D. type of mounting. power and control circuits.C. 3. provide submittals identified in the following paragraphs. Lighting "fixture schedule" indicating type of fixture. Lamps shall have Edison screw base. Electromagnetic compatibility Measurement Techniques (EMC) -Testing and Lamp control gear . Product data and catalog cuts for each type of fixtures. Photometric data for all light fixtures where this information is pertinent to the fixture's evaluation. All chandelier shall have LED Lamp to replace the traditional incandescent lamp. LED lamp and fixture shall be used where indicated on drawings.General safety and requirements Specification for equipment for general lighting purposes EMC immunity requirements In compliance with requirements established within the General Terms and Conditions and the General Requirements. B. VA rating. 2. Shop drawings showing plan. PART 2 .PRODUCTS 2. 1. At the conclusion of the work.1 LAMPS A. performance requirements.

Memory function for the last operation mode in case of mains failures. G. D. standard cool white. ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-4 Lighting . 8. Compact fluorescent shall be used as indicated All special purpose lamps shall be of the type and size as shown on drawings. C. Programmed warm start within 0. B. Manual control (switch DIM) via standard pus to make switch. 6. Integrated SMART interface for ambient light regulated applications. BALLASTS A. 4. 5. All high pressure sodium lamps shall have mogul base and shall be clear. E. Standby mode. as indicated on fixture schedule. efficiency. All fluorescent fixtures (T5 and Compact) shall have DALI high frequency electronic control gear (ECG) or as indicated on drawings All ballasts shall be mounted so as to eliminate vibration noise and to provide adequate heat transfer. Color rendering index CRIZ90 Specific wattage. F. 2. Single addressability in DALI mode. Dimming speed adjustable.g. 3.LED shall be dimmable using same incandescent dimmers. 7. E.2 5 year guarantee Lifetime expectancy of 50. 6. CRI shall be certified by a third party organization Samples for each type shall be submitted for approval. 5. The mounting shall incorporate captive bolts and nuts or similar means to permit easy replacement of ballast. DALI ballast for fluorescent lamps. color temperature. 4. All metal halide lamps shall have mogul base and shall be phosphor coated.5 seconds without any light flash.000 working hours (minimum) LED shall have same color temperature like incandescent (tungsten) lamp. The LED shall have the following minimum specification: 1. 3. H. Digital Dimmable ballast for fluorescent lamps and shall be selected for T5 or compact fluorescent as per manufacturer controllable with digital DALI or DSL signals or manually controllable via standard push to make switches without any need of luminary rewiring. Polarity free digital interface. 2. 1. 2. Fluorescent lamps shall be T5 for general lighting. Automatic detection of the connected control signal.

g. g. Low profile ballast cross section 21X30mm. 16 group assignments and one individual address. Safe shutdown of defective lamps. d. At the maximum allowed temperature a nominal life time of 50. Individual adjustable fade times for scene changes and manual dimming. ON/OFF and dimming commands can be given through the same control wires. Intelligent Voltage Guard to protect the ballast against mis-wiring (over voltage indication and under voltage protection (safe shut down). EN 55015 EN 55022 EN 60929 EN 61000-3-2 EN 61347-2-3 EN 61547 Installations according to VDE 0108 11. Suitable for emergency applications according to VDE 0108.2% per 1000h can be expected. 15. 10. c. 13. 12.000 with a nominal failure rate of 0.and ballast –status) Internal storage of up to 16 light presets.) Automatic restart after lamp replacement. ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-5 Lighting .9. Powerless switching through the digital interface (no switching via mains necessary). b. Optimized Dimming speeds for dynamic RGB colour applications through intelligent filament heating and regulation (0x/s from 1% to 100 % in either direction). 20. rectifying effect. e. Logarithmic dimming curve that is optimized according to the sensitivity tot eh eye. Flicker free dimming operation light level independent and through the complete temperature range. 17. 23. 19. 21. (e. Constant light output independent of fluctuating supply voltage. f. Approvals: a. 14. 18. 16. CELMA energy classification EEI=A1. Status feedback (lamp. 24. Adjustable DC-emergency light level between 70 % and 1 % (optimized power consumption for centralized battery system). 25. 26. 22.

15. 2. 7. each exit shall have emergency module as specified. The modules shall have the following minimum features: 1. 8. 4. Battery condition Lamp condition Charge condition Patented EZ easy addressing feature using LED Batteries a. b. 5. 13. For LED Exit lights. 18. Ballast shall be similar to PCA EXCEL one4all or approved equal. 19. 6. D. b.27. 14. LED DRIVERS (Ballast) 1. Each Exit lights shall have its driver with DALI interface. DALI interface for control and reporting Low profile cross section (21mm x 30 mm) 5 pole technology For use with HF ballasts NiCd or NiMh options 10-15 hours accu recharge time 3 hour and 1 hour Operation High and standard BLF for 1 Hour versions Bi colour LED to indicate status AC operations of lamps Pre-heating of cathodes during emergency operations Permanent cathode heating during emergency operations Boost starting facility for all lamps Rest mode function Electronic multilevel charging system Deep discharge protection Testing a. c. Nicd D or Cs cells High temperature cell 16500-6 Lighting ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 . E. 16. 17. 3. 9. Emergency Module for fluorescent lamps. 10. 12. 11. c.

c. 5. 7. f. m. 2. 14. EN 55015:2006+A1:2007 EN 601347-2-7 EN 60925 pr IEC 62034 Allows compliance with EN 60598-2-22 DALI standard EN 60925 Ed 2/CDV v 1. d. l. the switched line SL has to be on) Low-profile cross-section (21 mm x 30 mm) Constant current mode 1 W or 2 W version 3-Hour.12 EN 61000-3-2 EN 61547 IEC 60068-2-6 IEC 60068-2-29 IEC 60068-2-30 It is acceptable to use combined DALI ballast and emergency module in one unit. 15. NiCd Batteries shall be for 2 hours minimum F. 13. 3. h. Emergency lighting modules for LED Exit Lighting. e. i. 6. Spade terminals for easy connection Certified a. j. 11. 20. 10. The module shall have the following features 1. b. 2-Hour and 1-Hour operation Operating time selected by means of removing short circuit plugs (jumper) NiMh batteries Electronic multilevel charging system 12 hours accu recharge time Power output restriction Automatic restart after LED change within 2 s Bi-Colour LED to indicate status ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-7 Lighting . 12.d. 4. k. 9. 8. LED emergency lighting module Normal and Emergency Operation DALI interface for controlled monitoring and reporting DALI switchable in mains operation (on/off. g.

16. C. B. Each fixture shall be marked as to its voltage and maximum wattage. c. b. 17. d. or approved equal. momentary contact.4 FIXTURES . "raise-lower" switch or switches for each dimmer or gang of dimmers. b. Approvals: a. 18. 19. EZ easy addressing feature Batteries a. NiMh Cs cells High temperature cell Spade terminals for easy connection 22. c. b. Controls shall be by means of daylight sensor. single pole. which shall be controlled by DALI System. Battery condition Lamp condition Charge condition 21. c. Fixtures of similar construction. Power LED output. presence sensor. The fluorescent fixture shall have a high quality parabolic aluminum louver specially designed for T5 lamps 16500-8 Lighting B. battery. ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 . All lighting fixtures shall be in accordance with the Lighting Fixture Schedule shown on Drawings. Dimmable fluorescent lamps shall dimmable DALI ECG. distribution and brightness may be accepted as equals.INTERIOR A. C. 21. Dimmers for incandescent lamp shall use DALI compatible solid state transformer for precise dimming.3 DIMMERS FOR INCANDESCENT LIGHTING A. appearance and maintenance features and equal in efficiency. indicator LED and test switch output are SELV equivalent Reverse battery protection Deep discharge protection Short-circuit-proof Testing a. 20. 2. Furnish fixtures as specified herein. Fixtures failing in any of these respects will not be approved. double throw. ENEC CE According to EN 60598-2-22 According to EN 50172 2.

has been selected to give sufficient lighting level as per IES and as per SASO Code of Lighting for indoor work places. E. L. For lighting control system Refer to Section 16145 – LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES 2. M. I. 2.D.6 LIGHTING LEVEL AND CALCULATION A. No circuit other than the one feeding the fixture shall be pulled through a fluorescent fixture. J. G. ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-9 Lighting . Finish of stems and canopies shall match fixture bodies. No fixture shall be hung from chain hangers. Greenfield or flexible conduit between box and fixture is not acceptable. the channel may be used as a raceway. Connections to recessed fixtures shall be made with 12 mm minimum flexible conduit 1000 mm to 1500 mm in length from fixture to outlet box. to keep ceiling rigid.5 LIGHTING CONTROL A. The lighting fixtures indicated on the drawings. Surface mounted fixtures on suspended ceilings shall be mounted directly to the outlet box. or an approved equal process. Heat dissipation of each fixture as actually installed shall provide a maximum ballast operating temperature of 90 degree C over a 25 degree C ambient. The supplier /contractor of lighting shall present detail calculation for every space using his particular lighting fixture. F. All splices shall be carefully placed in outlet boxes or wiring gutters with no crowding. All fixtures shall be securely supported with approved hangers. Fixtures shall not be supported from suspended ceiling supports unless additional ceiling framing and supports are added by the Contractor. Fixtures shall be supported from structural ceiling or structural supports. N. metal shall be prepared by "Five Stage Bonderizing". They shall be set in perfect alignment and elevation. Finish not otherwise noted shall be white enamel baked on at 148 degrees C for at least 86% reflectivity. H. Suspend all fixture stems 450 mm in length or over from swivel ball hangers at their upper end. as approved by the Engineer. B. K. Box mounted fixtures shall be mounted directly to the mounting ears of the outlet box. After fabrication and before enameling. Extensions or stem for pendant type fixtures shall be of the type furnished by fixture manufacturer. Where fluorescent fixtures are mounted on or suspended from an approved wiring channel. Box shall be securely supported.

A suitable terminal block shall be provided to allow connection of the internal wiring and supply cables including looped cables. C.C.05 percent to prevent inter-crystalline corrosion. The lamp and control gear shall be mounted in isolated compartments within the fixture. The mercury lamps shall have a deluxe white (phosphor) finish. aging or alteration of their structural or physical properties due to severe local conditions and the heat emitted by the lamp. Provisions shall be made to facilitate maintenance and easy disconnection. glazed anodized aluminum rigidly fixed to the body and easily replaceable. and quick replacement of individual components. The refractor-frame assembly shall be hinged to the body and maintained in place with stainless steel toggles or other approved means. and the lamp shall have a Mogul screw base. specially designed to house mercury vapor lamps as indicated in Table E and complete with accessories. Each luminaire optical compartment or unit shall be protected by a high impact resistant clear glass or molded polycarbonate protector and shall conform to the recommendations of IEC-529. The lamp socket shall be high grade porcelain mounted in such a way as to allow the socket to be adjusted to at least three different positions to adjust the lamp at focal point. and shall be clearly marked. A locking system shall prevent the loosening of the lamp. The luminaire shall be dust and watertight. 2. The materials selected shall be able to withstand damage. F. The copper content shall be less than 0. The protector shall be smooth to reduce to a minimum dirt accumulation and shall maintain a coefficient of transmission of the order of 88 percent or better. The mercury vapor lamps shall be designed for long life of about 24. A synthetic rubber or water repellant felt gasket shall ensure weather-tightness. The structural support of the gasket shall be designed to protect the latter from direct sunlight.7 The minimum lux level in every space shall be as per IES and SASO code of Lighting for indoor work spaces. AREA LIGHTING ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-10 Lighting . D. The mirror reflectors shall be made of high purity. and silicon alloy. H. G. The luminaire shall be made of pressure die-cast aluminum. The exterior shall be completely smooth. J.000 hours with 10 hours/start. I. The complete assembly with accessories shall provide the required light distribution pattern. E. AREA LIGHTING LUMINAIRES: A. TABLE E AREA LIGHTING LUMINAIRE CLASSIFICATION LIGHITNG LEVEL (LUX) LUMINAIRE B.

60 Hertz with power factor compensated to at least 0. The control equipment shall be located in a separate low voltage compartment of the area lighting transformer or in an independent outdoor control cabinet. The photoelectric cell shall be weatherproof and dust-tight construction. The time switch shall open the magnetic contactor in the event of failure of the photoelectric cell. G. through a magnetic contactor rated for the ambient temperature and inductive load conditions. ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-11 Lighting . E. C. The photocell/time switch arrangement shall control the lighting automatically when the selector switch is in the “AUTO” position. The photocell/time switch control arrangement shall be provided with a MANUALOFF-AUTO selector switch for access by authorized personnel only. shall be of the removable type for operation at the values shown in Table F below for area lighting. with integral 16 hour reserve and rated for use on the same control supply system. The cell axis shall be aligned along the magnetic East-West axis and it shall be set to turn on automatically at a light level of 10 lux.8 Area Lighting Photoelectric Time and Control: A. and shall be set to operate after a field adjustable time lag. The lamp shall be able to start with at least plus or minus ten percent of the voltage value and continue in normal operation with dips attaining 20 percent for four seconds. The area lighting system shall be controlled by a photoelectric cell whose normally closed contact is in series with the contact of an astronomic dial synchronous motor driven time switch. The time switch and photoelectric cell shall be weather-tight and preferably located adjacent to the magnetic contactor. The photoelectric cell shall be mounted on the luminaire of the area lighting pole nearest the area lighting transformer or control cabinet and wired back to the control coil of the magnetic contactor. It shall be capable of field adjustment for light levels of 10 to 100 lux.Parking Lots 15 80 to 125 Watt MV Rectangular (Pole mounted 5 m) MV Mushroom (Pole mounted 1 m) MV Spherical (Pole mounted 3-5 m) MV Spherical (Wall mounted 2 m min. The ballast shall be of the isolated type. The secondary shall be grounded. F.9. TABLE F B. D. Area Lighting Luminaire Control Gear: Control gear.) Pedestrian Areas 8 2. The ballast shall be of a type specially adapted for the particular make of lamps selected. Control voltage shall be as shown on drawings. and shall have a turnon/turn-off differential of 5 to 10 lux.

71 meter 6. Ground the lighting fixture body. with 50W. Mount fixture bases rigidly to the surface.71 meter and above 2. Max.Fixture Height Below 2. 1. And according to IES recommendations as minimum. Test lighting fixtures and light standards for connection in accordance with the wiring diagram and for proper operation. Use water-tight nipple for carrying wire between fixtures. B. electro-polished.2 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. Provide 6 mm minimum clearance between surfaces when fixture is mounted on a concrete surface. Luminaries shall be mounted in horizontal and/or vertical settings as approved by the Engineer. 12V. PART 3 . Install light standard of type and at location shown with anchor bolts securely embedded in concrete foundations. 2. Test fixture body for continuity to the grounding system.44 to 6. C. non-absorptive tape or coating to prevent corrosion. separate the contact surface with gasket. D. 3. IP68 with IP66 remote transformer ready for connection and shall be fitted with waterproof cables from lighting points to transformer. Where aluminum is placed in contact with dissimilar metal. 3. E. Install fixture wires from junction box in branch circuit to the lighting fixture in liquid-tight flexible conduit in accordance with Section 16050.44 meter 2. Install lighting fixture of type and at the location as shown.1 INSTALLATION A. C. Test illumination level in each area to confirm that the measured values are in conformance with the design. Refer to General Design Criteria and Technical Guidelines. for minimum cable size to be used for area lighting and road lighting circuits. 16500-12 Lighting ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 .9 FOUNTAIN LIGHTING A. Use fixture wire and connectors as specified in Section 16050. B. Voltage to Ground 150 V 300 V 600 V Underwater floodlight lighting for fountain area shall be made of stainless steel.EXECUTION 3.

END OF SECTION ITCC in Riyadh Residential Complex J10-13300 16500-13 Lighting .

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