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SECTION 16526 - SPORTS FIELD LIGHTING PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 A. RELATED DOCUMENTS Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. SUMMARY A. This Section includes sports lighting for the following areas: 1. Track & fields. (a) Track (b) Shot Put (c) Discus (d) Jump Event 1 (e) Jump Event 2 (f) High Jump Football field.
Related Sections include the following: 1. Division 13 Section "Lighting Controls" for controlling lighting.
LIGHTING PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS Lighting System Levels: 1. Track & Fields: a. b. 2. IESNA RP-06-01, Class: III. CV; 0.3 or less, MAX/MIN: 4:1 or less.
Football Fields: a. b. IESNA RP-06-01, Class: III. CV; 0.3 or less, MAX/MIN: 3:1 or less.
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Illuminance Calculations: Use Point Method; comply with IESNA RP-06-01, Appendix A. Luminaire Mounting Height: Comply with recommendations in IESNA RP-06-01, Section 3. Track & Field: 16526 - 1
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D.2 SPORTS LIGHTING Midwest Engineering & Design . Point-by-point calculations of horizontal illuminance. Football Field: 1. 1. Uniformity Ratio. Manufacturer's determination of LLF used in design calculations. Lamp data by manufacturer or independent testing agency according to IESNA LM-47. Do not exceed 155KW for all sports field lighting. 1.Russellville High School Track and Track Events Lighting Project. and maintenance manuals. 2.0:1.6 Operation and Maintenance Data: To include operation. Horizontal Illuminance: a. C. Computer derived design calculations for the following: a. Average footcandle levels. 2. f. c. Design Documents: 1. Install wiring to balance three phases at each support structure to minimize flicker. Uniformity Ratio. E. SUBMITTALS B. 2. Aim Points b. Product Data: For each type of lighting product indicated in the Design Drawings. Luminaire data by manufacturer or independent testing agency according to IESNA LM-35. of lighting system.4 ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS A. in kilowatts. balanced between phases. C. at minimum grid size and area. d.0:1. b. 1. 2. Track: 20 fc. Total electrical load. Horizontal Illuminance within Principal Playing Area: 30 fc. QUALITY ASSURANCE 16526 . B. MO 1. Warranties: Special warranties specified in this Section. Russellville.5 A. Electrical Power: Three phases. Field: 30 fc. Lamp lumens used for desing. Maximum to Minimum: Not more than 4. Uniformity Ratio. Branch circuit and feeder voltage drop shall not exceed 5 percent. e. include the following: 1. Maximum to Minimum: Not more than 3.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturers shall be capable of providing engineering services. WARRANTY 1. abuse and unauthorized repairs and alterations from special warranty coverage. Russellville. Devices. Luminaire Warranty: Luminaire and luminaire assembly (excluding fuses and lamps) shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 5 years from date of Substantial Completion. Lamp Warranty: a.3 .Russellville High School Track and Track Events Lighting Project. Article 100. 3. 1. 1.1 A. accredited by NIST according to NIST HANDBOOK 150 under the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program for "Energy Efficient Lighting Programs. 2. MO A. LUMINAIRES Listed according to UL 1572 for installation in wet locations. B. Installer's responsibilities include fabricating and installing sports lighting systems." to conduct indicated materials and field testing according to the following standards: 1. Alignment Warranty: Aiming shall be warranted against movement from the pre-aimed position and for a period of 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. Manufacturer may exclude lightning damage. 2. Replace lamps and fuses that fail within 12 months from date of Substantial Completion.PRODUCTS 2. 5. and Accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70. Electrical Components. 4. Luminaire photometric tests according to IESNA LM-35 Lamp electrical and photometric characteristics according to IESNA LM-47. PART 2 . Pole and Pole Bases Warranty: Lifetime warranty is required on all poles. b. C. installation services. SPORTS LIGHTING Midwest Engineering & Design 16526 . and maintenance services. Provide replacement lamps and fuses that fail within the second 12 months from date of Substantial Completion.7 A. Installer: A qualified installer. Special Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components of equipment that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period. Field tests according to IESNA LM-5. Fixture Assembly Warranty: Mounting hardware and structural bracing for a period of 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. hail damage. by a testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. D. vandalism. and marked for intended use. Testing Agency Qualifications: An independent testing agency. 3.
and arranged to permit relamping without using tools. brackets. compatible with support components. SPORTS LIGHTING 16526 . Ballast enclosures shall mount separately from the luminaires. E. adjustable aiming/mounting devices. appurtenances. Exposed Hardware: Stainless-steel latches. Soil Conditions: The design criteria for the foundations shall be based on soil parameters as outlined in the geotechnical report. All pole mounting hardware shall be included. Each mogul assembly shall be preset in the aimed position at the factory and marked. diffusers. and shall allow for future field setting. Steel Components: Hot-dip galvanized after fabrication. Arrange doors. on the poles approximately 10 feet above grade. complying ASTM A 123/A 123M. Door shall be removable for cleaning or replacing lens. free from light leakage under operating conditions. 1. or whipping in steady winds of 90 mph with a gust factor of 1. Mountings. and Appurtenances: Corrosion resistant. B. and Other Internal Access: Smooth operating. pre-assembled. and shall not cause galvanic action at contact points. and foundation. Fasteners. MO B. 2. Comply with AASHTO LTS-3 for poles or other support structures. If a geotechnical report is not available one shall be provided by the owner. LAMPS AND BALLASTS High-Pressure Metal Halide: Comply with ANSI C82. fasteners. and galvanized steel crossarms that are pre-wired.2 B. Frames. Russellville. SUPPORT STRUCTURES A. 2. D. F. and pre-aimed based on computer design. base. 2. arms. frames. reflectors. and other pieces to prevent their accidental falling during relamping and when secured in operating position. Foundation Design: Foundation design shall be the responsibility of the lighting manufacture. Wind-Load Strength of Total Support Assembly: Adequate to carry support assembly plus luminaires without failure. C. Mounting Hardware Fasteners: Hot-dip galvanized. systems requiring proprietary lamps will not be accepted. with with C. Lamps shall be available from multiple manufactures. complying ASTM A 153/A 153M.4 Midwest Engineering & Design C. permanent deflection. Fixture assemblies shall consist of lamps. . Doors. remote ballast enclosures.Russellville High School Track and Track Events Lighting Project. anchorage. lamp moguls.3. 1. and hinges. lenses.3 A.4 and be capable of starting at a temperature of minus 30 deg C.
DEMONSTRATION 3. Use a short piece of 1/2-inch diameter pipe to make a drain hole through grout. Electrical Enclosures Exposed to Weather: NEMA 4. grout void between pole base and foundation. Use methods and materials recommended by manufacturer. Except for embedded structural members.5 .1 A. Appendix B: 1. 3. Use nonshrinking or expanding concrete grout firmly packed in entire void space. 3. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL Testing: Perform and record the following field quality-control testing according to IESNA RP-06-01. including electrical connections. CLEANING C.4 A. Add luminaires if required to meet specified criteria.3 A. Clean all Project-related equipment. 10 AWG. Repair or replace malfunctioning units. B. Arrange to drain condensation from interior of pole. Retest as specified above after repairs or replacements are made. minimum. SPORTS LIGHTING Midwest Engineering & Design 16526 . MO 2. After installing sports lighting system and after electrical circuitry has been energized. Report results in writing. POWER DISTRIBUTION Wiring below Grade: No.EXECUTION 3. B. Russellville. Manufacturer's Field Service: Engage a factory-authorized service representative to inspect field-assembled components and equipment installation. Engage a factory-authorized service representative to train Owner's maintenance personnel to operate. if indicated.2 A. and maintain sports lighting systems END OF SECTION 16526 B. Report results in writing. perform proof-of-performance field measurements for compliance with requirements.4 A. 1. plus or minus 10 percent.Russellville High School Track and Track Events Lighting Project. SUPPORT STRUCTURE INSTALLATION Use web fabric slings (not chain or cable) to raise and set structural members. PART 3 . recalculate and replace support structures. If luminaires are added.
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