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SECTION 15900 – BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 A. RELATED DOCUMENTS Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including Conditions of Contract and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. SUMMARY A. The BMS sub-contractor shall provide the Building Management System (BMS), shall implement all features called for in this specification and shall implement the necessary sequences for satisfactory operation of the system. The Building Management System sub-contractor shall be responsible for the integration of the BMS with the other low voltage building systems as detailed hereafter in Scope of Works and the remainder of specifications. The BMS sub-contractor shall be a sub-consultant to the mechanical contractor and shall be a BMS specialist and meet the requirements of section 1.15 "BMS installer qualifications". RELATED WORKS A. The following Sections contain requirements that relate to this Section: 1. Division 15 Section "Basic Mechanical Requirements" 2. Division 15 Section "Hydronic Pumps” 3. Division 15 Section "Centrifugal Chillers" 4. Division 15 Section "Valves” 5. Division 15 Section "Packaged Booster Pumps” 6. Division 13 Section "Electric Drive Fire Pumps" 7. Division 15 Section "Sewage Pumps" and "Sump Pumps" 8. Division 15 Section "Water Distribution Pumps" 9. Division 15 Section "Important Exhaust Fans " 10. Division 15 Section "Central Station Air Handling Units" 11. Division 15 Section "Security Systems" 12. Division 16 Section "Wiring Devices for Lighting Control" Not connected to BMS. 13. Division 13 Section "Fire Alarm System" Connected at 3rd party.
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ABBREVIATIONS A/C AGP ANSI ASHRAE BTL BIBB BMS BSI CCP CCR CD-RW CIBSE CPU CCR CUC DAT DCP DDC DDR ELV EP FAS FCU FMS HHWT HMI HVAC IBSS ICT IDE IEE ISO ID I/O ISA LAN LCD LED LIT LON LSF MATV Air Conditioning Advanced Graphics Processor American National Standards Institute American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and AirConditioning Engineers BACNet Testing Laboratory BACNet Interoperability Building Block Building Management System British Standards Institution Communications Control Panel Central Command Room Compact Disk with Read and Write capability Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers Central Processing Unit Central Control Room Central Utilities Complex Digital Audio Tape Distributed Control Panel Direct Digital Control Double Data Rate Extra Low Voltage Electric-to-Pneumatic Fire Alarm System Fan Coil Unit Facility Management System Hand Held Wireless Terminal Human Machine Interface Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Integrated Building Security Systems Information and Communication Technology Integrated Drive Electronics (hard disk) Institute of Electrical Engineers International Standards Organisation IDentification Input/Output Instrument Society of America (now International Society for Measurement and Control) Local Area Network Liquid Crystal Display Light Emitting Diode Level Indicating Transmitters Local Operating Network Low Smoke and Fire Master Antenna Television page 3 of 85
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MCC N2 NEMA NPT ODBC OEM OIW OLE OPC OSHA PABX PC PCI PE PICS PDA PIM PIT POT PTFE PT RAID RAM RFI RH RTD SAMA SCADA SCBA SCPT SCSI SMS SNMP SNVT SOAP SQL SSPC SVGA TDS TIT UART UC UCPT UNVT UPS VAV VDU VFC VPN
Motor Control Centre Johnson Controls terminology for a proprietary communications network National Electrical Manufacturers Association National Pipe Taper (pipe thread specification) Open Data Base Connectivity Original Equipment Manufacturer Operator Interface Workstation Object Linking and Embedding OLE for Process Control Occupational Safety and Health Act Private Automatic Branch eXchange Personal Computer Peripheral Component Interconnect Pneumatic-to-Electric Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement Personal Digital Assistant Process Interface Module Pressure Indicating Transmitter Portable Operator Terminal Polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon) Pressure Transmitter Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks Random Access Memory Radio Frequency Interference Relative Humidity Resistance Temperature Device Scientific Apparatus Manufacturer’s Association Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition Self Contained Breathing Apparatus Standard Configuration Property Type Small Computer System Interface Short Message Service (cellular phones text messaging) Simple Network Management Protocol Standard Network Variable Type Simple Object Access Protocol Structured Query Language Standing Standard Project Committee Super Video Graphics Adapter Technical Data Sheets Temperature Indicating Transmitter Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter Unitary Controller User-defined Configuration Property Type User-defined Network Variable Type Uninterruptible Power Supply Variable Air Volume Video Display Unit Volt Free Contacts Virtual Private Network page 4 of 85
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D. I. i.5 A. The higher the conformance class the more features that are covered. Binary: A two-state system where a high signal level represents an “ON” condition and an "OFF" condition is represented by a low signal level. DD ENV 13321-1:1999 (Data communication for HVAC application automation net. B. name. etc. It is usually a set of requirements to be met in order for a device to conform to BACnet standards. velocity. BACnet Object: A physical or virtual point with a set of associated properties such as a temperature sensor that has properties including. high and low alarm levels. maximum and minimum values. The A BIBB represents the client. G. F. C. BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks (BIBBs): A BIBB defines a small portion of BACnet functionality needed to perform a particular task. which reflect the client/server nature. LON). E.e. J.).VSD WAN XIF XML 1. BIBBs come in pairs. The B BIBB represents the server. BACNet. Profibus. BACnet/IP: The building automation and control network open protocol communication standard which complies with Annex J to the ASHRAE SSPC/135 standard. Analogue: A continuously varying signal value (temperature current. etc. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 5 of 85 . software and materials. World FIP. current value. The BACnet devices furnished under this sub-contract shall. at minimum. BACNet can operate over multi media including Ethernet.e. BMS: This shall mean the complete Building Management System including the components at the Field. For 2 devices to be interoperable the A BIBB and the BBIBB must be the same. There are 6 levels of conformance for standard BACnet objects and services. Component: Any individual element of the BMS furnished under this sub-contract including hardware. A and B. - Variable Speed Drive Wide Area Network eXternal Interface File eXtensible Mark-up Language DEFINITIONS Algorithm: A logical procedure for solving a recurrent mathematical problem. be conformance class 4. Automation and Management Levels. ASHRAE BACNet standard SSPC/135 and all other applicable codes. the device requesting information or commanding an action. BACNet: The Building Automation and Control Network open protocol communication standard developed by ASHRAE (ASHRAE SSPC/135) and which is now an ISO and ANSI standard. H. Building automation and control networking). ArcNet and MSTP. i. BACnet Conformance: A description of the capabilities of a device for communicating information to other BACnet devices. The BACNet components shall be fully compliant with British standards DD ENV 1805-1:1998 (Data communication for HVAC Application Management Net. the device furnishing the information or executing the command.
Refer to standard ANSI/EIA 709. Gateway: A device that contains an input/output (I/O) software driver to translate input data from one communications protocol to output data in a second communications protocol. and multimedia transceivers to permit topology and media-independent control solutions. LonWorks: The overall communications technology for control systems developed by Echelon Corporation. T. Human-Machine Interface (HMI): Human-machine interfacing allows the operator to manage. document. LonTalk: Open/standard communication protocol developed by the Echelon Corporation.1 Native BACnet: This term is used to imply that BACnet devices (i. V. O. This also includes all wiring from node to node. The technology employs routers. LonMark Interoperability Association: Standards committee consisting of numerous independent product developers and systems integrators dedicated to determining and maintaining the interoperability guidelines for the LONWORKS® industry. PE and EP switches. Control Wiring: This includes conduit. Does not include line voltage power wiring. and program the system. and like devices. Furnish: Purchase and deliver to the appropriate installing sub-contractor. Distributed Control: A system whereby all control processing is decentralized and independent of a central computer. bridges. monitor. the BMS controllers and workstation) only communicate in BACnet protocol and do not require a gateway for protocol L. R. wire. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 6 of 85 . M. Control signals are determined by software logic and they are converted from digital to analogue format so that the final control elements can be adjusted. The signals received from field level instrumentation are converted from analogue to digital format so that the data can be used in software logic. Q. S. commission and warranty. interlocks. and nodes to all sensors and points defined in the I/O summary shown on drawings or specified herein. Integration: Establishing communication and meaningful data transfer between two devices based on a standard protocol or through the use of a standard based gateway. Interoperability: The ability of systems from different manufacturers and of different types to share information with each other without losing any of their independent functional capabilities and without the need for complex programming. including motor control circuits. P. Direct Digital Control (DDC) involves the connection of microprocessor-based controllers to field level sensors and actuators. and wiring devices to install complete HVAC control systems.K. and required to execute the sequence of operation.e. N. LonMarked: Device has been certified for compliance with LonMark standards by the LonMark association. W. Diagnostic Program: Machine-executable instructions used to detect and isolate system and component malfunctions. sensors. gateways. U. complete with every appurtenance. X.
conversion. and RF media are sometimes referred to as Routers. Peer-to-Peer Communication: Communication directly between devices that operate on the same communications level of a network. Operator Interface Workstation (OIW): The OIW consists of a high-level processing personal computer and peripheral I/O devices that enable access to the PC and to the entire Management Level Network. Peripherals include VDU. GG. diagnostics. The device controls message traffic based on node address and priority. commission. II. coax. DD. hard drives. Peripheral I/O: Input/Output (I/O) equipment used to communicate to and from the computer and make hard copies of system outputs and magnetic files. install. Y. input/output controls. ARCNET. Portable Operator Terminal (POT): Permits remote operator interface to facilitate network management. and related services. compilation. disk drives. Provide: Furnish. operating page 7 of 85 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Network: A system of distributed control units that are linked together on a communication bus. etc. JJ. Additionally. Standing Standard Project Committee (SSPC): ASHRAE terminology for a technical committee that oversees the maintenance of a standard. This is a Thin Client PC that shall be able to perform any function that can be undertaken from any other Thin Client PC on the system. CC. node commissioning. without intervention from any intermediary devices such as a host or server. Standard Network Variable Type (SNVT): LonWorks controllers use SNVTs to define data objects. applications programs. AA. Router: A device that routes messages destined for a node on another segment sub-net or domain of the control network. and modems. A network allows sharing of point information between all control units. a network provides central monitoring and control of the entire system from any distributed control unit location. fibre. Z. BB. FF. The BACnet devices shall be connected on a peer-to-peer network using one of the approved LAN technologies such as Ethernet. An application creation software tool is required for an application to be created and downloaded to the device. Each SNVT is identified by a code number that the receiving controller can use to determine how to interpret the information presented. debugging. and general operator interface with the BMS. storage assignment. The PC shall be a Thin Client of the dual redundant terminal servers. The term "software" is used to refer to the programs executed by the computer systems as distinct from the physical hardware of the computer systems and encompasses any programs such as operating systems. HH. Operating System (OS): Software that controls the execution of computer programs and which provides scheduling. data management. Software: Generic term used for those components of the computer systems that are intangible rather than physical. Media converters which serve as communication links between power line. test and warrant. EE. printers. Refer to the definition of “furnish”. Programmable Device: A device that does not have a pre-established built in application. twisted pair. LonTalk or BACnet/IP. accounting. MS/TP.
XML/SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) is a simple eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML) based protocol that enables applications to exchange information over HTTP. In the singular and in the plural. The applications run on the server and screen updates are sent from the server to the client. LL. Unitary Controller: A controller generally designed for a specific application and for a single piece of equipment. provided by the QF shall provide a means of interoperable communication between the Extra Low Voltage (ELV) Systems of all QF Buildings using BACnet/IP/Ethernet. MM. when they are in lower case and when they are capitalized.6 B. In all grammatical tenses. NN. The "Site Management Level" shall provide a means by which the ELV building systems can exchange data in the form of BACnet objects. The above definitions shall apply to the words: 1. D. This WAN is hereafter referred to as the "Site Management Level". The thin client workstation has the ability to process information but data storage. then the tenderer shall clearly identify the additional requirements in the tender submittal. They are generally of two types: application specific and “freely” programmable. Should the BMS Specialist require additional data ports. When they are in upper case. The required data ports required for the connection of miscellaneous buildings to the Site Management Level Network shall be provided by the QF Specialists at various locations throughout the facility. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 8 of 85 . The term "software" shall be interpreted to include firmware if. 2. 3. C. PP. the term "software" does not exclude the use of read-only memory and the use of firmware meets all of the applicable criteria detailed in these specifications. XIF: “External Interface File” contains the contents of the manufacturer’s product documentation. applications and administrative functions reside on the terminal server. OO.sequences and databases. The “freely” programmable unitary controllers shall be provided for this project. Virtual Private Network (VPN): This is a network that uses encryption and other technologies to provide secure communications over the Internet or an Intranet. in the context in which it is used. SUMMARY A. The thin client workstation displays the screen updates and sends operator entered requests/commands via the keyboard and mouse back to the server for execution. 1. Thin Client: Thin client technology involves delivering windows applications to client workstations from a centrally based server. KK. Or more simply: SOAP is a protocol for accessing a Web Service. An existing Wide Area Network (WAN).
The BMS architecture shall be Thin Client such that all applications software resides at the terminal servers and the entire QF complex is covered by a single software license regardless of the number of Personal Computers that are accessing the Management Level Network at any point in time. The Building Management Level shall provide a means of interoperable communication between the Extra Low Voltage (ELV) Building Systems using BACnet/IP. C. to ensure that all the system data is available at the Management Level Network in the form of BACnet objects. 6. It shall be the responsibility of each ELV building system sub-contractor. The Building Management System (BMS) shall be one of several Extra Low Voltage (ELV) Building Systems that transfer data on the existing Qatar Foundation WAN or "Site Management Level". BMS SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 1. 3. The following is a description of the BMS architecture. B. The BMS Specialist shall provide comprehensive and complete documentation regarding the BACnet object ID. The description of the system architecture is provided to illustrate the relationship between the various components. The intent is that any third party system provider shall be able to read this data from the network and shall be able to write data in BACnet format to the third party system. Each ELV building system sub-contractor shall provide comprehensive and complete documentation regarding the BACnet object ID. Field Level The Management Level 1. BMS Management level 2. Operator Interface Workstations (OIW). BMS Automation Level 3. Operating Systems and related applications shall reside on the management level. component IP addresses. The Management Level Network shall be BACnet/IP over Ethernet and shall be such that an operator with the required access level shall be able to undertake monitoring and control functions for any of the integrated ELV building systems from any workstation that communicates with the terminal servers residing at the Site Management Level. 2.E. component IP addresses. The QF Specialists shall provide IP addresses for the BMS. Coordinate this work with the QF Specialists and provide all necessary information to enable this function to be performed. databases and other pertinent information. This description is not intended to indicate the number of components and neither is it intended to be the only acceptable BMS configuration. 4. For the purpose of describing the BMS system architecture it is divided into 3 levels: 1. Different BMS Specialists may have a slightly different topology that generally will be acceptable provided that it meets the intent of these specifications. databases and other pertinent information. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 9 of 85 . All Servers.7 A. 5. This Network shall provide a means by which the ELV building systems can exchange data in the form of BACnet objects. This LAN is hereafter referred to as the Building Management Level Network.
to the associated DDC controllers. level. as applicable. and shall connect the gateway to the data port at the third party Building System and shall provide complete documentation to the BMS Specialist. These points shall be treated in exactly the same manner as any points monitored/controlled by the BMS control panels directly. f. The third party Specialist shall map the points into the third party system controller. Unitary Controllers (UC). All field level cables shall be in containment and shall be screened and LSF rated. No other protocols shall be used at the BMS Automation Level. then the gateway between the third party system and the BMS shall be at the Automation Level. Distributed Control panels (DCP). The Field Level 1. If a third party system provides monitoring and control for equipment that is also monitored and controlled by a BMS DDC controller (such as chillers for example).7. include the DDC controllers that interface with the field sensors and final control elements. certain of the CCP shall be at the Automation Level rather than the Management Level. 9. The Automation Level 1. a. 8. page 10 of 85 E. as applicable. The transceiver hubs for the wireless hand held terminals shall be part of the Management Level The Communications Controls Panels (CCP) shall be part of the Management Level Network. e. All Management Level components shall be on UPS. humidity. primarily. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The BMS Specialist shall provide the third party Specialist with the BACnet object or LON SNVT IDs. The BMS Specialist shall map the BACnet object IDs of the third party system points into the servers. 2. The gateway shall be either a BACnet to third party protocol gateway or LonTalk to third party protocol gateway depending on whether the associated DDC controllers are BACnet or LON. The automation level shall. All Automation Level components shall be on UPS except the unitary controllers. c. It is anticipated that there will be 2 types of DDC controllers within the BMS architecture: a. 2. 10. The BMS Specialist shall connect the gateway to the BMS Automation Level Network and shall map the BACnet object or LON SNVT IDs. 3. b. D. pressure sensors and switches etc. The third party ELV Building System Specialist shall provide the interface / gateway. The Field Level shall include the instrumentation interfaced to the Automation Level DDC controllers such as the temperature. b. It shall also include the final control elements such as the valve and damper actuators and the control relays. The BMS Automation Level Networks shall be BACnet throughout or LonWorks throughout. As an exception. d. for information that is to be transferred from the BMS Automation Level Network to the third party system controller together with other relevant information. 3.
Map the BACnet objects into the servers. Unitary Controllers (UC) 9. Distributed processing. No single point of failure. 3. All power supplies. the following components: 1. D. E. 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The control and monitoring signals between the Automation Level controllers and the Field Level components shall be via industry standard analogue ranges. Remote Operator Workstations 7. The components furnished shall be the most recent products offered by the BMS manufacturer that meet the specifications. 0 to 10V. SCOPE OF WORKS Provide a complete BMS turnkey installation as detailed in the sections of this specification. Data Servers 3. and other components as well as material and services required for a complete and fully operational turnkey BMS installation in line with the specifications. interlocking and control relays. Web Server 5. except where detailed below. The Employer shall page 11 of 85 B. Low Voltage Cables (Less than 220V) 15. such as 0 to 5V. Automatic Valves 12. The BMS shall comprise at minimum. shall operate on UPS.8 A. 4 to 20 mA. Field Instrumentation including intelligent sensors 11. 13. Network Data Servers 4. Enclosure Panels (EP) 10. If there are improved models of any components that become available before the on-site commencement of installation then these shall be offered by the BMS Specialist to the Employer at no additional cost to the Employer. 2. 5. Terminal Servers 2. Software as detailed herein 14. Operator Interface Workstations 6. The UPS shall be provided by the BMS Specialist. The BMS shall meet the following general criteria: 1. Distributed Control Panels (DCP) 8. All components of the BMS at the BMS Management level and at the BMS Automation Level.4. Fully networked. Actuators for automatic valves and dampers. switched 0 and 5V. switched 0 and 10V. etc. Computer based. C. 4. Real time. and present data for the third party ELV Building Systems that are integrated at the BMS Automation Level. except for the unitary controllers.
F. samples and record documentation.10 A. connecting all the hardware of the proposed system to another BACnet system server or link all the data in the proposed BMS to another system with all their attributes. as installed. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 12 of 85 .have the option to accept or decline the offer. Comprehensive commissioning and testing. database documentation. Coordination with other site Specialists. This document shall also include the BACnet Object ID of all the objects captured or generated by the system. etc. Provide the following support for all components furnished under this sub-contract: 1. The number and type of the installed spare points shall be uniformly distributed between the installed controllers. Submittals. The BMS Specialist shall provide all software licenses necessary for the legal operation of the BMS. Warranty and service during the defects liability period. COORDINATION WITH OTHER TRADES A. at minimum. 6. 1. Comprehensive and complete interoperability documentation and method statement for third party systems. Reporting to the Employer and Engineer for the coordinated and timely execution of the Work 7. Each BMS as installed shall be expandable. controllers or gateways from any manufacture. gateways. shall incorporate a minimum of 20 percent additional hardware (field) points without adding controllers or I/O Point Interface Modules (PIM). to incorporate the following in addition to the above: G. B. querying methods and full documentation to read and write BACnet data with another system. Any task related to the BMS turnkey installation that is not clearly identified in this document as being the responsibility of another trade shell be the responsibility of the BMS Contractor. which shall detail integrating BACnet objects. 4. Network architecture shall allow unlimited expandability by the addition of new sub networks and associated routers. C. 5. The components offered shall have been in successful operation in at least 2 similar applications for a minimum of 12 months. Detailed theoretical and practical training services for the Supervisors and Operators. 2. 3. B. The BMS Contractor shall coordinate the work of this contract with the work of all other trades on the project. It is intended that a site wide enterprise license shall be provided for the terminal server software and that it shall cover all Thin Client terminals accessing the BMS Management level Network and that the addition of Thin Client terminals in the future shall not require additional licenses.9 1. BMS EXPANSION The BMS. The BMS Specialist shall provide separate interoperability documentation at the end of execution of the project.
Submittal number and re-submittal (revision) number as appropriate. Reference to the applicable Specification Section by name and number. B. The itemized listing shall include a shop drawing sheet number or equipment documentation submittal number. Subsequent to the potential expansion detailed above: 1. Submit the itemized listing within two (2) weeks after commencing work. The following information shall be included on the cover page for each shop drawing and equipment documentation submittal: 1. SHOP DRAWINGS Prepare an itemized listing of all shop drawings and equipment documentation submittal data for the Project including all required submissions identified throughout the Contract Documents. Name and address of BMS contractor. DCP. A minimum of 200 percent additional system diagrams in addition to those required to meet these specifications. UC and other panel layouts. Name and address of Employer. DCP and UC. Field instrumentation locations on floor plan drawings. Name and address of Engineer. 3. 7. The BMS performance shall not be degraded in any manner and shall meet all performance criteria detailed in these specifications. 2. minimum A1 plot size. 9. C. 5.1. Project name. Equipment installed under this sub-contract shall not become redundant as a result of implementing these BMS expansion requirements. 10. Submit all shop drawings and equipment documentation submittal data for the work within 1 months of receiving the notice to proceed except the cable and containment shop drawings detailed below which shall be submitted within 15 days of the notice to proceed. Name of manufacturer. Drawings shall include diagrams. 8. diagrams. 6. Shop drawings shall be CAD generated. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . 4. 2. Prepare all shop drawings. 5. reference to the specific Specification section and description of the shop drawing or equipment documentation submittal item. 4. including floor plan location and interconnection drawings. equipment and device schedules. installation procedures. Name and address of supplier or vendor if appropriate. the shop drawings shall include: 1. Date. BMS topology schematic. Stamped and signed coordination certification stamp.11 A. 2. Schematic of systems indicating instrumentation locations. A minimum of 200 percent additional hardware (field) points with the addition of CCP. 2. 3. D. mounting instructions. equipment technical data sheets and software information necessary to ensure compliance with the Specifications. page 13 of 85 1. equipment details and software descriptions for all aspects of the system to be installed. D. Installation drawings. At minimum.
General sales information brochures shall not be acceptable. 8. 7. Each equipment documentation submittal shall be properly marked with service or function. Corrections or modifications to the work because of errors and/or omissions shall be at the contractor’s expense. Submittals stamped “Approved” or “Approved as Noted” shall not relieve the contractor from the requirements to comply with the complete requirements of the Specifications. 9. The BMS contractor shall make any changes to the operating sequences as requested at the shop drawing stage and as requested by the Engineer following their implementation up to the issue of the Certificate of Substantial Completion at no additional cost to the Employer. 1. the equipment documentation submittals shall include: 1. Details of PID and other appropriate control algorithms. 7. Equipment technical data sheets with mounting and installation details.13 A. SUBMITTALS Equipment submittals shall include design. 6. Valves and valve actuator specification sheets and valve schedules. they shall have submittals that are stamped by the Engineer “Approved” or “Approved as Noted”. performance and installation details for all aspects of the system to be installed. WARRANTY AND SERVICES DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD The warranty period for all components of the BMS and their installation shall be 1 year following the date of completion of the project. 8. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 14 of 85 . Proposed VDU schematics.6. All literature pertaining to a particular item. At minimum. during the period prior to the issue of the certificate of completion. Software specifications and descriptions including operating sequences. 4. Schedule of cabling including details of proposed cable types. B. Any deviations from the specifications will not be allowed. 2. 5. Submittals not in accordance with the specification requirements shall be rejected. and during the warranty period. Installation details. Operator terminal specifications and data sheets.12 A. The BMS contractor shall not implement Operating sequences until the Engineer has given approval. devices and materials are installed. Comply with the requirements of the specifications. Central monitoring and control equipment details. Field sensor and instrumentation specification sheets. damper actuators and Damper Interface Unit (DIU) drawings. Composite drawings of all motor starter terminal strips and damper terminal strips indicating all existing and new wiring by all contractors on the motor terminal strip. 3. Any material furnished by the BMS contractor which is defective or fails during normal operation of the system. D. C. Before equipment. 1. any options available that are not to be provided shall be crossed out or options that will be provided shall be highlighted. shall be remedied (replaced or repaired) immediately by the BMS Contractor at no additional cost to the Employer. piece of equipment or installation shall be submitted at one time and shall be specifically prepared for this project. Dampers. B.
non-functioning controller. F. Respond and be on site within 4 hours of the Engineer and/or Employer placing a system trouble call for items of an immediate nature (e. G.: failed component. Any software upgrades and new software programs that become standard product offerings from the BMS Specialist and/or BMS equipment vendors during the Defects Liability Period shall be brought to the attention of the Employer together with the cost and. Repair work shall only be undertaken at times approved by the Employer.14 A. 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Repair work shall not include routine maintenance during the Defects Liability Period. The BMS shall be listed and manufactured to ISO 9001 and ISO 9002. PERMITS AND APPROVAL Obtain all required permits and inspection certificates. If at any time during the Defects Liability Period. county. C. software patches that correct software errors become available the Employer shall be notified immediately and they shall be made available to the Employer at no additional cost. at minimum.). Work to troubleshoot and identify the cause of the BMS system or component failure shall begin immediately and shall continue until repaired to the satisfaction of the Engineer and Employer. D.g. IP 45 to BS 60529 and exterior enclosures shall be weather proof IP 65 to BS 60529 unless specifically noted otherwise within these documents. E. B. All permits and certificates shall be made available to the Employer. devices and components and their installation shall comply with the latest edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations (BS 7671:1992 Requirements for electrical installations) and all associated addenda All components shall be IP 2X finger protected to BS 60529 such that live components cannot be accidentally touched. F. H. Work shall be performed in compliance with Employer's insurance underwriters' requirements. Response to warranty call out by the Engineer and/or Employer shall be within 24 hours for items not requiring immediate attention.C. Interior enclosures shall be. CODES. if the Employer wishes. H. G. All work shall conform to the requirements detailed in the electrical specifications. etc. municipal and other authorities having jurisdiction shall be met. page 15 of 85 E. All electrical equipment. D. he shall purchase the software. Where there is any conflict between the requirements of the different project trade sub-contract documents. The cost of providing routine maintenance during the Defects Liability Period shall be provided separately as an Optional Price as detailed below. The BMS Specialist shall only offer equipment that meets UL 916 requirements and all electrical components shall be UL listed and shall carry the UL label. The latest requirements of all national.
Project lighting. 4. devices. local ordinances and any requirement of an agency having jurisdiction over the project. Confirm. E. the requirements of the Federal Communication Commission rules and regulations Part 15. I. durations of individual tasks. both spurious and harmonics. C. devices and equipment and detail any interface that must be coordinated with any other Specialists. D. Request For Information notices shall be provided at least two (2) weeks prior to the need for the information. F. Attend project meetings as requested by the Engineer. VHF and UHF signals as generated by external or internal portable or fixed transmitters. Provide to the Engineer a schedule indicating the sequence of work. sub part J and all other applicable codes and statutes with respect to the radiation and conduction of radio frequency interference. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 16 of 85 . Advise the Engineer of any discrepancy or conflicts between the various requirements for the project. material and services proposed are available and will be delivered accordingly to comply with the Project Schedule. Provide additional staffing or work overtime as required to comply with the Project Schedule so as not to interfere with other on-site Specialists in their effort to comply with the Project Schedule. telephone and elevator equipment. 5. prior to tender submittal that all equipment. 3. 1. the most stringent requirement shall apply unless determined otherwise by the Employer. SCHEDULE Complete all requirements of the BMS sub-contract in accordance with the project program and prior to the scheduled Substantial Completion date for each phase. The BMS and all individual electrical equipment. Equipment. BMS INSTALLER QUALIFICATIONS The BMS specialist shall: 1. regulations. Provide written Request For Information (RFI) notices to the Engineer when specific information or clarification of the specifications is required. Comply with the Project Construction Schedule. delivery dates for all material.statutes. An updated schedule of work shall be included in each status report. devices and materials shall conform to all performance requirements of the specifications when exposed to the following interferences: 1. The installations shall not radiate signals that cause interference to the correct operation of the Employer’s on-site equipment.15 A. codes.16 A. 2. Electrical noise on the building power system. devices and components shall comply with the requirements of BS EN 50081-1 (General Emission Standard) and BS EN 50082-1 and 2 (General Immunity Standard). B. Provide written status reports at required intervals and in a format acceptable to the Engineer.
HEALTH AND SAFETY Work shall comply with all the requirements of the Health and Safety Commission and with all of the instructions of the Engineer and Project Manager. 4.1. Have comprehensive local service and support facilities for the total BMS that shall be capable of responding to QF call-out within 2 hours. Undertake to maintain necessary project staff and maintenance personnel as per the Employer’s requirements. all components and software/firmware and all other elements of the BMS. 2. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 17 of 85 . 5. Have a local staff. 1. of trained personnel capable of giving instructions and providing routine and emergency maintenance on the BMS. 3. Maintain local. or have approved local sub-contracted access to. within 50 kilometers of the project site. Have a proven record of experience in the supply and installation of equivalent systems over a minimum period of ten (10) years in the Qatar area.17 A. 7 days a week. supplies of essential expendable parts.
3. Labelling shall meet. at minimum. DELIVERY.2 B. and handle products to site under provisions of the contract Documents Accept products on site and verify damage. a written application shall be made by the BMS Specialist to the Engineer providing all relevant details concerning a proposed product or material that contains hazardous material prior to installation. Consistent throughout the project. Provide labelling of all cabling and containment.1 A. store. or other hazardous materials as determined by the Engineer. LABELLING Provide labelling for all DDC controllers. Approved substituted equipment shall conform to available space requirements. Indicated on the record documentation. the following requirements: 1.PART 2 . Protect products from construction operations. 2. Labelling shall meet. 4. C. PCB. Hazardous Materials Notification: In the event no product or material is available that does not contain asbestos. All equipment and materials shall be new and without any defect.25 inch) high that sharply contrasts the background colour. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL – GENERAL When a specific reference to a manufacturer of a product is made. page 18 of 85 B. and the term "equal and approved" is used.PRODUCTS 2. protect. and debris by storing in conditioned space. at minimum. hubs. C. panels and enclosures. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . field level components. All components of one type shall be products of one manufacturer (temperature sensors. STORAGE. B. gateways. the following requirements: 1.). Deliver. routers. dust. Lettering 6mm (0. Substituted equipment that does not conform to the available space requirements shall be replaced or required modifications shall be made at no additional cost to the Employer. The Engineer’s determination on the acceptability of substitutes shall be final. 2. dampers. etc. but the substituted product must conform to all specified requirements. etc. 2. AND HANDLING A.3 A. Identified with permanent tag or self-adhesive label within the panel. substitutions of a product by another manufacturer will be allowed. Plastic laminated label that shall be affixed to the panel or enclosure with rivets or permanent adhesive.
Submit a sample with shop drawings. at the following locations: 1. 6. Panel or enclosures shall have 20% spare space for future addition of BMS controllers. removal or replacement. Field cabling shall be terminated on a terminal strip. PANELS AND ENCLOSURES A. Painted steel panels with locking door. Panels and enclosures shall meet. 4. 8. Chiller control panel. 2. 2. 5. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 19 of 85 . IP 45 to BS 60529 and exterior enclosures shall be weather proof IP 65 to BS 60529 unless specifically noted otherwise within these sub-contract documents. The BMS Specialist shall provide labelling for all cable furnished and installed by the ICT Specialist for the use of the BMS Specialist.) minimum. B. Provide panels and enclosures for all components of the BMS except where it is specifically identified within these contract documents that the enclosure shall be furnished by another trade. 5. at minimum. Panels and enclosures shall only be located as indicated on the drawings and at Engineer approved locations. Fan motor starter and VSD controllers. AHU motor starter and VSD controllers. 2. Internal components shall be installed to allow easy access for diagnostics. 4.5 B. 3. Pump motor starter and VSD controllers. Cross referenced on the associated record documentation and laminated record drawing within the panel enclosure. 3. Provide strain relief.4 A. 7. Warning labels shall be installed. The warning notices shall be 75 mm by 125 mm (3in. Cooling tower MCC. 10. All other equipment and installations that are monitored and/or controlled by the BMS. Fan enclosure or access panel. 11. All panels shall be lockable with the same key. Panel or enclosure shall be suitable rated for the environment for which it is to be installed. 2. Pump motors. with yellow background and with black lettering The warning notices shall be securely attached to the equipment at a location approved by the Engineer and shall be highly visible. Cooling tower access ladders. WARNING NOTICE Provide warning notices at all equipment controlled by the BMS and at all associated motor starters and MCC panels where notices of a similar manner have not been provided by other trades. AHU access doors. 3.2. 6. the following requirements: 1. where required. by 5in. Interior enclosures shall be. at minimum. maintenance. 9. at minimum. Ventilated to prevent excessive heat build-up. Chiller disconnect/power panel. C.
Flexible metallic rustproof conduit shall be provided for the final one (1) metre before connection from a non-vibrating location to equipment subject to vibration or movement. Conduit and trunking shall be securely mounted in accordance with IEE Regulations and shall be concealed in all areas to which the public have access. The BMS Specialist shall provide containment and cables as necessary for a fully functioning system as detailed in these specifications. Conduit/trunking installation above accessible ceilings shall be such that there will be no interference with the installation of lighting fixtures.000 mm (10 feet) along the conduit with a blue and green band at least 50mm wide and colour code every junction box in a bright yellow Containment shall be provided for all BMS cable except where specifically noted otherwise. Refer to the sub-contract documents for the trade furnishing the motor starter and the variable speed controllers for the details of the enclosures. LAN cable shall not share conduit with any other cable or shall be in a dedicated partitioned compartment in trunking.6 A. Watertight conduit to be provided where appropriate. D. motor starters. I. G. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 20 of 85 . The trade furnishing the motor starters and variable speed drives shall provide an interface terminal strip in a dedicated enclosure which may be a separate external enclosure or may be a compartment within the motor starter enclosure. Conduit/trunking shall be installed such that any condensation in the conduit cannot run into BMS equipment. air distribution devices or any other devices. E. shall be accessible. variable speed controllers and local disconnect switches. Coordinate installation of conduit/trunking with building structure and other trades. The BMS Specialist shall not furnish MCC panels. Where necessary conduit shall enter enclosures from the bottom or shall be sloped up to the enclosure. Junction and pull boxes shall be securely fastened to the conduit. The BMS Specialist shall colour code all conduit/trunking at least every 3. The DDC controllers shall not be located in the MCC panels CONDUIT. B. relays and final control elements as necessary to facilitate the removal of devices without the disconnection or the bending of the non-flexible conduit. fire protection devices. K. J. Conduit and trunking shall run parallel or perpendicular to the building lines and shall be installed in a workmanlike manner. H. and shall be provided where required by code and where necessary to facilitate the pulling of cables. TRUNKING AND FITTINGS 2. C. Avoid obstructions and crossovers where possible. BMS monitoring and control cable shall not share conduit with cable carrying voltages in excess of 48 volts and shall be partitioned from higher voltage cable in trunking. Flexible metallic conduit shall be provided for between the last 300mm and the last 1000mm of connection to field instrumentation.C. F.
Twist type wire nuts shall not be acceptable. Continuous runs without splices. Identification should be indicated on and correspond to the record drawings. at minimum.82sq. F. 8.mm. Cable run in vertical trunking shall have means of cable support. 3. LAN cable shall be screened #24 AWG (0. 6. or twisted pair as identified elsewhere in these documents. 4. D. every 3m. Cable within panels or enclosures shall be installed in wiring guides. UC or control panel end only so as to avoid earth loops. H. G.mm) or larger dependent on the application. 5. 2. the following requirements: 1. 9. the colour for exposed cable shall be purple. Supports shall be positioned in accordance with BS 7671. M. Power wiring shall be sized in accordance with the applicable codes and shall be a minimum of 1. Cable shall meet. All monitoring and control cable shall be screened with the screen earthed at the CCP. C. at minimum.COPPER Provide all cables for the BMS Automation and Field Levels and cable to interconnect the BMS Management level devices and the BMS Management level Network as detailed in these specifications.5 sq.82sq. E. When cable for digital outputs is installed in conduit it shall be in dedicated conduit and when installed in trunking shall be partitioned from other cable. Stranded conductors. B. Provide cable rings and supports to support the cabling.L. 2. Use unique colour schemes for easy identification and prevention of inadvertent splicing of cabling. The BMS Specialist shall provide all power cable and containment and shall terminate the power cable at a power outlet close to the component to be powered and shall provide the power outlet. CABLE . All wiring terminations within field panels shall be terminated at terminal stripes and shall be identification tagged on both sides of the terminal strip.7 A. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 21 of 85 . conduit and accessories shall comply with all applicable codes and standards. All trunking. LSF cable not required to be in conduit (refer to requirements for conduit above) shall be routed parallel and perpendicular with the building column lines.mm stranded copper. Insulated tinned copper lugs shall be provided. If there is no conflict with existing colour schemes. Proper impedance for the application as recommended by the BMS component manufacturer. Minimum 98% conductivity copper. DCP. Terminations shall be mechanically and electrically secure.) CAT 6 CAT 5 or equivalent. Cable for all applications shall be rated for LSF and low halogen. The MEP Specialist shall terminate the power cable at the MCC/distribution board as applicable. 7. Monitoring and control cable shall be screened #18 AWG (0. Identification of each end at the termination point. All cabling installed without conduit shall be suitably rated for the application and the cable jacket shall be clearly marked.
3. Two 60 Gigabyte hard disks connected to a hardware based Raid 1 controller. 1 AGP slot and 16gigabyte memory capacity. Complete assembly. Dual Xeon MP Processors minimum speed of 1. Provide two fault tolerant data servers. All necessary mounting hardware and cables for all components. L. 24X IDE Internal CD-RW/DVD ROM. operating software. Quad Processor capable motherboard with a minimum of 4 PCI slots. 15.5 GHz. 6. 500 watt or greater capacity UL rated redundant hot swap power supplies. with ball bearing type CPU fan/heat sinks. These servers shall be located in Central Facility Management Control Room The BMS data servers shall be configured in a clustering fail over configuration using the latest version of Microsoft Windows 2003. 4. Tower or rack mounting case with minimum of 3 Internal 5¼” drive bays.44 floppy disk drive. with complete diagnostic report detailing burn in procedures and results. Use these disks for database storage. the IEE wiring regulations latest edition and the electrical sub-contract documents. 3 Internal cooling fans and external keyboard lock. at minimum. Enterprise Edition. regulations or the requirements of the jurisdiction having authority. 4 gigabytes of installed dual channel DDR memory. Cables shall comply with all applicable codes including. K. 12. SCSI II DAT Tape Backup Unit or Magneto Optical Disk and compatible software with sufficient capacity to perform full daily-unattended backup of the database to one tape or disk. These drives shall be used for the operating system software and the application software. the following requirements: 1. 7. testing and 72-hour burn in. Each BMS data server shall meet. The following peripheral I/O devices shall be provided at one of the terminal servers to be determined by the Employer: 1. 9. standards. 10. but not limited to. One 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 22 of 85 . the most stringent requirements shall apply. Keyboard and mouse J. SVGA 64 Megabyte AGP video adapter. 14. 2. Provide BMS data servers that are certified by a Microsoft OEM and provided as a complete package. Three 120 Gigabyte hard disks connected to a hardware based Raid 5 controller. 8. Auto sensing full duplex PCI 10/100/1000Mhz Ethernet adapter with bus mastering capabilities. 2 Serial (16550 UART) and 1 Parallel ports. 5. Provide software for automatic operation of redundant components should primary components fail. Where there is a conflict between any codes. 13.I. ordinances. 11. Provide 10 tapes or disks with unit.
Purchase of the PC shall be delayed until the latest time possible without causing a delay in the schedule in order to ensure that it is state-of-the-art and is based on the latest proven technology is purchased. 15. 300 watt or greater capacity rated power supplies. 8. Real time software or hardware clock. Report Printer. shall have a Microsoft Windows XP Pro operating system or the latest version of this software at the time of implementation and shall have. 13. Where there are multiple OIW at one location the printer shall be networked such that they are available to each OIW. I. 10. SVGA 16-megabyte DRAM video adapter. 9. at minimum. Single Processor Pentium III motherboard with a minimum of 4 PCI slots. Sound card for the annunciation of audible WAV file tones or pre-recorded messages at the integral VDU stereo speakers. including modifications to database(s). Flash BIOS support. One 1. All PC shall be suitable for rugged and continuous operation. Keyboard and mouse. All necessary mounting hardware and cables for all components. all PC shall return to a fully operational status without operator intervention within two (2) minutes of the return of mains power.8 A. 7. The OIW PC. 11.44 floppy disk drive. Minimum Processor speed of 2. 256 megabytes SDRAM memory. 2. Integral power supplies which shall be suitably rated for the service. E. G. 4. All PC shall be the latest model at the time of purchase and shall be from a recognised manufacture of PCs. 3. Tower Case with minimum of 4 external 5¼” and 3 Internal 5¼” drive bays. and the latest version of Windows XP Pro operating system for the OIW PC to page 23 of 85 D. 5. The following peripheral I/O devices shall be provided at each OIW: 1. 6. Alarm printer The BMS OIW at each location shall have 1No. 12. The OIW shall be located as shown on drawings. One way that this might be accomplished is by using a watchdog timer at a DDC controller. Provide an alarm to uniquely identify a PC communication failure. 100/1000Mbps Ethernet adapter. 2 Serial and 2 Parallel ports. F.4 GHz with CPU fan/heat sinks. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . dedicated for operator call in. shall not be lost in a power failure. 40X Speed CD-ROM drive. Following a power failure. H. C.2. Software changes. It shall only be necessary to have a standard web browser. The OIW PC shall be a Thin Client of the terminal servers. One internal analogue 56 Kbps modem. B. 2. 14. The OIW PC shall be a Thin Client of the terminal servers. such as the latest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. OPERATOR INTERFACE WORKSTATIONS (OIW) The OIW shall comprise a PC and associated peripheral operator I/O devices. the following facilities: 1. 40 Gigabyte hard disk. 256 megabyte RAM memory capability. internal cooling fan and external keyboard lock.
Scalable fonts. Minimum print speed of twelve pages per minute black and three pages per minute colour. Laser jet technology. Minimum print speed of 300 characters/second. PERIPHERAL OPERATOR I/O DEVICES Printers: General 1. capable of printing A3 size (297mm x 420mm) and A4 size (210mm x 297mm). d.operate as a Thin Client. d. Page feed and page discharge controls. e. 24 x 24 dot matrix printer Printers: Report Printers 1. Sprocket paper feed. The printers at one location shall be accessible from any OIW such that an operator at one location can generate a hardcopy message at any other location. 2. C. the following specifications: a. at minimum. Top-of-page. Provide a keyboard for operator access at each OIW. terminal server and data server location. f. Selectable character sizes c. Single or double bin paper trays. The alarm printer shall meet the following specifications: a. e. The BMS Specialist shall set up the system such that all BMS generated messages such as alarms. Provide batteries sufficient for 24 months operation. Keyboard: 1. are directed to the appropriate alarm printers and all BMS automatically generated and operator requested reports are output to the appropriate report printer. Keyboard shall be wireless. returns to normal. b. etc. b. D. The operator shall be able to direct the hardcopy output to any printer. No special software shall be required at the OIW PC to enable it to function as a Thin Client. 2. This shall be in addition to any other operator input device such as a mouse. The printers shall accept continuous fan-fold paper with a width equivalent to A3 size (297 mm by 420 mm). E. Constructed for heavy duty-cycle environment. Slower speed printers shall not be acceptable when printing in normal quality. Printers: Alarm Printers 1.9 A. Mouse: B. Slower speed printers shall not be acceptable when printing in normal quality. c. The keyboard shall be in a standard typewriter (QWERTY) configuration with a full alphanumeric standard ASCII character set and with additional dedicated keys for other functions associated with the BMS such as print screen. g. skip and tab control. 2. The report printer shall meet. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 24 of 85 . g. Colour and black and white printing capability without changing ink or toner cartridges. 1200 dpi black and white and 600 x 300 dpi colour. f.
Composite. D. Remote Control. 2. Lamp to be replaceable without special training. The BMS Specialist shall provide a site-wide software license that shall permit the Employer to add a PC to the BMS Management level Network without the requirement to obtain an additional software license. EIB. 4. 3.1. Lamp rated for 8000 hours of operation. F. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: GENERAL The terminal servers shall provide a Thin Client architecture and shall be enterprise servers with the Microsoft Windows 2003. BACnet. HDTV. Provide a mouse at each OIW. 8. 2. Enterprise Edition. extended television standards. Data shall be output from the BMS in the appropriate protocol to the appropriate ELV Building System. VGA. XGA and SXGA. 2. Minimum luminous flux of 500 lumens. PART 3 . Compatible with PAL. 5. operating software or the latest version of this software at the time of implementation. 4. The Server applications software shall be suitable for a Thin Client architecture. The OIW PC shall be Thin Clients of the terminal servers and shall operate on Microsoft Windows XP Pro or the latest version of this software at the time of implementation. Mouse shall be wireless. 6. Provide batteries sufficient for 24 months operation. Colour temperature adjustment from 3200 K to 9500 K. the following protocols over an Ethernet TCP/IP backbone: 1. 1780mm diagonal measurement. Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator browsers shall be provided at all servers and thin client PCs. SNMP. Modbus. Note that it shall be possible to output the same data in different protocols to different ELV Building Systems. 8. Component.SOFTWARES 3. The BMS shall have an “off-the-shelf” software package (Middleware) that shall be able to import and export data in. 7. SVGA. LonTalk. 3. S-Video and 5 BNC inputs. B. OPC. XML/SOAP. Rear Projection Monitor: 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 25 of 85 . C.1 A. at minimum. It shall be possible for all Thin Clients to concurrently access the terminal server software. 6. 7. terminal server and data server location and configure the system such that cursor control can be undertaken from both the keyboard and mouse as selected by the operator. Shall be able to communicate with any DDE compliant application. improved television standards. 5.
Unit conversion and display shall be carried through all possible display view including graphical displays. The operator interfaces for the Operator Interface Workstation and the Portable Operator Terminal shall be the same. operating software or the latest version of this software at the time of implementation. An operator shall not be able to access information or perform any tasks at the page 26 of 85 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The operator interface shall be English language with metric units. Requested by the operator. The terminal server operating system shall be Microsoft Windows 2003. All alarm conditions detected by the BMS shall be annunciated as detailed elsewhere in this section. Enterprise Edition. The performance criteria detailed in these specifications for the operator interface shall apply when all BMS are in their completed form and all software and hardware functions are operational.E. and software application packages. The switchover from metric to English and vice versa shall be done with a single operator command. The software shall enable the BMS Specialists to develop customized graphical views of the mechanical and electrical systems and shall contain an advanced graphics library that contains all potentially required images. The system shall be capable of converting all engineering unit displays into the equivalent English values and displaying such values with the appropriate unit identifiers. 3. H. K. The terminal Server applications software shall have a history of application in multi-vendor environments. text base displays. J. The terminal server software package shall have a successful history of use with BACnet/IP and shall incorporate all drivers required to meet these specifications. This includes requests made by the operator for the immediate output of specific information and requests for information that are optional and have been pre-programmed by the operator for display. L. Information shall be output from the BMS when: 1. 2.2 A. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: ACCESS CONTROL F. The engineering unit switchover shall be for all measured and displayed variables and calculated points. G. Scheduled by the operator. I. as detailed in these specifications. An alarm condition has been detected by the BMS. The interface shall be such that there is no need for the operator to reference documentation other than "help" menus on the system in order for the operator to perform his normal duties after the training has been received. An example of this might be the output of a report at an operator-defined time of day. 3. The graphical user operator interface shall be "user friendly" and shall be located at the terminal servers and shall be accessed as required by the OIW PC and POT in compliance with Thin Client principals. Access to the BMS at the OIW and any other I/O device shall be protected by a password based access system. The programs shall be designed to provide industrial quality real time data presentation. Help and interactive training modules shall be available at the Server and shall be accessible to all Thin Clients. The software shall be acceptable to all potential BMS Specialists.
whichever occurs first. The password shall not be echoed at any terminal when it is entered. controlled or calculated point. Points that can be accessed. The alphanumeric input shall comprise short English page 27 of 85 C. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: ACCESS GENERAL A. D. delete and change VDU system diagram displays. 3. Access shall terminate when an operator signs off or after a predetermined time-out period. Other functions as expressly detailed in the BMS specifications or as required. add. Observe and change control modes for motors. deletions and changes to the passwords on-line using an interactive procedure including the changing of the time-out period. 8. The menu selections shall be self-evident and shall easily guide the operator through the execution of any of the functions. at minimum. i. Observe. whether or not detailed within these specifications. Each password shall have up to 6 No. 10. BMS manual control mode and BMS software control mode. Functions that can be performed. It shall be possible to define the following for each password: 1. add. Observe values of BMS monitored points. alphanumeric characters. shall be subject to the operator's password being of a sufficiently high level to enable the operator to perform the function. I/O terminals that can be used for access. 6. An operator with the highest level of password shall be able to make additions. 9. a database that defines schedules or a database that is created to meet any of the many functions detailed in these documents. Issue commands to change the status of a digital output or the value of an analogue output. 5. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . delete and change control algorithms including PID control constants. delete and change a database including a database that defines a monitored. Only the highest level shall be able to undertake changes to the passwords. 4.3 B.BMS until a valid password has been entered. Operator access shall be by penetration through a hierarchy of menus and/or system displays on the VDU using cursor control and by means of a series of alphanumeric inputs at a keyboard.000 active passwords at any time. initially set at 10 minutes after the last operator access. E. with at least 500 million different combinations and it shall be possible to have a minimum of 10. 2. BMS outputs and BMS calculated values. even if not expressed. add. Observe and acknowledge BMS determined alarm conditions. Observe. 3. B. add. Initiate the outputs of add. 3. in order to meet the intent of these specifications. If the system has fixed defined function levels then there shall be at least five (5) levels. Observe. An operator with the highest level of password shall be able to obtain a report detailing the passwords assigned to each operator and all relevant details of the access privileges associated with each password. delete and change reports. delete and change operating sequences. 2. Observe. 7.e. Any operator functions. An operator with the suitable level of access shall be able to access the network to perform the following BMS functions: 1. This shall be defined for any terminal that has access to the BMS (including the web browsing facility).
controlled or calculated point. controlled and calculated point in the system shall be accessed via the menu and the alphanumeric approaches as detailed in these specifications. However. the function shall commence within two (2) seconds and shall be completed within ten (10) seconds apart from those functions that are subject to the limitations of the output rate of the printers.4 B. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: PROGRAMMING AND UPDATES A. 3. the DDC controller. with the addition that once the system display level is reached it shall be possible to progress to the individual monitored. Access using the alphanumeric approach shall enable an operator to access any point via a unique point name that may be a short English language descriptor or a readily understandable mnemonic of the type used to identify points in the points schedules and system diagrams. Either approach shall enable the operator to observe or change any parameter associated with a point and to add and delete points.e. B. gateways. It shall not be necessary for the operator to know the location. DDC controllers. as detailed in the previous sections. routers and any other BMS hardware and to add BACnet objects to the software as well as to export the data in any of the previously mentioned standards to another system. 3. Each monitored. i. The system documentation shall be sufficiently detailed to enable the BMS’s incorporation into another BACnet system in the future. An operator shall be able to edit his keyboard entries prior to attempted execution using standard keys such as "delete" and "backspace". D.6 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .language statements and/or readily understood abbreviations. the process shall be via the most direct path and shall involve as few operations as possible. Once a menu or system display selection is made it shall take no more than five (5) seconds before the next menu or display level appears on the VDU. C. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: OPERATOR COMMANDS page 28 of 85 D. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: OPERATOR REQUEST FOR INFORMATION A. Following the completion of all steps by the operator performing an operator access function.5 C. at the VDU at the OIW. E. All operator entries shall be echoed. 3. terminal server and data server depending on where the operator entry is made. Whichever approach is used. except passwords. Access using the system schematic displays. if an operator makes an incorrect entry then the BMS will display a message that clearly details the nature of the error and identifies the appropriate "help" menu that will assist the operator to successfully complete the entry. The BMS Specialist shall provide documentation detailing the methods and techniques required to connect additional workstations. at which a point is monitored/controlled in order to access any information concerning that point.
DDC controller. If the failure of a PC cannot be annunciated at a printer or VDU at the OIW because of the BMS topology then provide an alternative means such as a "watchdog timer" at a DDC controller. The operator shall be able to modify a sequence.A. including communications failures. 6. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: DATABASES AND OPERATING SEQUENCES B. Prior to the acceptance of the changes by the BMS there shall be a restatement of the contemplated database modification. 8. shall generate an alarm that shall be differentiated from process alarms. or any other BMS hardware components. Failure of communications between nodes on any LAN or the BMS Management level Network. C. C. A monitored value does not meet criteria established by the operator. Software failures and errors shall be diagnosed and annunciated by the BMS. 5. addition or deletion together with a question of the type "Do you wish to proceed?" which will require an affirmative answer before the change takes place. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The BMS Specialist shall provide complete comprehensive documentation on writing to the databases. retrieving data from the databases and sharing the data at the databases. additions and deletions to all databases at the PC. The operator shall be able to place any setpoint that is determined by software into the manual mode and to manually assign a value to the setpoint. The operator shall be able to make on-line modifications. 7. Failure of a PC. page 29 of 85 B.7 A. 2. Alarms shall be generated by the BMS upon the occurrence of one of the following events: 1. In the event that the BMS detects a disparity between the actual and the required status of a digital input. 4. CCP. A digital input is in the state defined by the operator as indicating an alarm condition. 3. The operator shall be able to initiate the restart of equipment following a fire alarm and following a power failure. 3. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: ALARMS B. A monitored status indicates a discrepancy between the actual and the required value. The output to a final control element is outside operator-established criteria. The alarm message generated by the BMS shall clearly identify the component that has failed and the location of a communications failure shall also be clearly indicated. The operator shall be able to place any output in the BMS manual control mode and when in that mode the operator shall be able to place any output to any required value subject to any hardwired interlocks and any software interlocks that are specified to apply in the BMS manual control mode. C. The deviation of a variable from setpoint exceeds operator-established criteria. and UC using interactive procedures. DCP.8 A. 3. the BMS shall generate an alarm and shall set the control relay to the off state. Refer to the paragraphs titled "Equipment restart following a fire alarm" and "Equipment restart following a power failure". add a sequence and delete a sequence on-line as detailed in the Section titled “BMS Software”. The failure of a BMS hardware component. The databases shall be open standards based on BACnet.
A report shall be available to the operator detailing points in alarm and a further report shall be available to the operator detailing the alarm limits established for the monitored. The visual alarm shall cease after acknowledgment of an alarm unless another alarm is awaiting acknowledgment. Designated alarms shall be output on the alarm printer. An alarm shall be generated when a controlled variable deviates from setpoint by more than an operator-defined amount. L. An end or range alarm. D. controlled and calculated points. An analogue alarm limit shall not have returned to normal until it is has returned beyond the alarm limit by a sufficient amount to have also cleared the deadband. The high limit above which the variable is in alarm. The operator shall be able to assign a time delay following detection by the BMS of an alarm condition such that if there is a return to normal during the assigned time delays the alarm shall not be annunciated. The time delay shall be individually assignable to each alarm condition. H.This shall occur when the digital output is in both the BMS manual control mode and the BMS software control mode and shall automatically place the output in the BMS manual control mode. Alarms shall be allocated priorities by the operator on-line using an interactive procedure. All monitored points shall meet these alarm annunciation criteria regardless of type of panel used to monitor the point. A switch. at minimum. The operator shall be able to designate at which workstation(s) the alarm shall be annunciated. I. The same shall also apply to analogue output high and low alarms. The operator shall be able to assign deviation limits to setpoint values. 2. An icon page 30 of 85 E. The operator shall be able to assign a deadband to all analogue high and low alarm limits so as to minimize the too frequent and unnecessary annunciation of alarms. The alarm message shall uniquely identify the cause of the alarm together with the time of detection by the BMS. All alarms shall be acknowledged individually and the acknowledgment shall be recorded on the alarm printer. If there are concurrent alarms then they shall be annunciated in order of their priority. The operator shall be able to assign alarm limits to analogue outputs. K. G. If at the end of the time delay period the alarm condition still exists then the BMS shall annunciate an alarm within two (2) seconds (end-to-end time). The operator shall be able to designate one state of a digital input as an alarm state. F. This shall occur when the analogue signal goes to zero or to its maximum value. The occurrence of designated alarms shall initiate a visual alarm at the OIW. The low limit below which the variable is in alarm. 3. The operator shall be able to associate an "event message" with any alarm occurrence. The BMS shall generate an alarm when an analogue output reaches or exceeds an operator assigned high limit and reaches or goes below an operator assigned low limit. The operator shall be able to define alarm conditions for each analog input. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . J. button or keyboard key shall be dedicated to the acknowledgment of alarms at the OIW. as follows: 1. M.
For a specific or group of totalised points. The default output device for reports shall be the report printer at the OIW.shall appear on the VDU when there are alarms other than those displayed. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: REPORTS O. 9. Reports shall be provided as detailed throughout these specifications and shall be output at the VDU at the OIW. 7. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . 3. If the alarm returns to normal before operator acknowledgment. BMS component. Clearly distinguish critical alarms on hard copy printouts and reports. If the alarm is acknowledged before is has returned to normal. Clearly distinguish BMS components alarms on hard copy print outs and reports. Alarms shall remain on the OIW VDU alarm queue until the alarm has been acknowledged by the operator and returned to the normal state. The BMS Specialist shall configure the alarms and their priorities in accordance with the requirements of the Employer. B. then is shall also be identified via a different colour designation. page 31 of 85 C. controlled and calculated. For a specific point. 5. The cursor and icon shall enable the operator to bring up an alarm report on the VDU at any time. The operator shall be able to select reports to be output in the following manner: 1. 2. the printer designated by the operator at the report printer or the screen at the POT whichever is selected by the operator.9 A. 6. three levels of alarm priority. 8. Action Taken Printout on alarm printer. Q. For all equipment serving a particular floor. For all points monitored. For a specific or group of trended points. Alarms shall be prioritized in the following categories. It shall only be necessary to acknowledge an alarm at one OIW. N. P. There shall be at minimum. then it shall be identified as such via different colour designation on the alarm queue. with the following actions taking place: Category Critical. Reports shall be output when requested by the operator and when scheduled by the operator. For after hours operation of the AHU. For a specific schedule. It shall be possible to assign alarms to different OIW on a scheduled basis. For all points located on a specific floor or area of the building. Printout on alarm printer. 3. For a specific item(s) of equipment. 4.
The time and date and the building kW shall appear on the VDU at all times and when there are system diagrams displayed on the VDU the outside air temperature and relative humidity shall be displayed. F. The return to normal of an alarm condition. B. An operator entered schedule. Each report shall contain the date and time.12 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . BMS OPERATING SYSTEM: GENERAL page 32 of 85 3. C.10 A. Standard and customized reports shall be configured through the BMS. 3. Reports shall be formatted in such a manner as to make them easily understandable to the operator. The BMS Specialist shall configure the reports in accordance with the requirements of the Employer. VDU displays shall form the basis of the menu penetration means of operator access. D.D. B. Any other event initiated by the BMS or monitored by the BMS. An alarm 2. E. Reports shall all have the time and date at which they were output recorded on them. E. 5. Use of third party reporting packages is not allowed.11 A. 3. at minimum. C. G. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: VIDEO DISPLAY UNITS DISPLAY VDU displays of system diagrams are discussed in the Section titled “VDU system diagram display package” of these specifications. A menu of reports shall enable the operator to access any report on the BMS. System diagrams shall appear on the VDU complete with all associated data within five (5) seconds of the completion of the operator entry/ menu selection. which shall be displayed upon the occurrence of a particular event. 4. The operator shall be able to associate one or more event messages with the following events: 1. A change of status. Icons shall be used in conjunction with cursor control where possible to simplify access to data and the execution of operator commands. 3. There shall be capacity for 1000 event messages at any one time and the operator shall be able to associate a single message with more than one occurrence and shall be able to associate more than one event message with a particular event. The event message shall be output at all devices selected on-line by the operator using an interactive procedure. SOFTWARE OPERATING SYSTEM: EVENT MESSAGES The operator shall create messages up to 64 characters in length. The operator shall be able to configure customized reports.
SEQUENCES OF OPERATIONS The sequences of operation shall be resident at the controllers. The Distributed Control Panels. Controller Application Software 3. through an interactive approach.A. Workstations and Unitary Controllers shall run under the control of proven real-time executive operating software systems.. The operating sequences and all databases related to monitoring and control functions shall reside at the associated DCP and/or UC. 2. These operating systems are collectively referred to as the BMS operating systems. Controllers Monitoring and Control Software 2. operating sequences. Data Presentation Software. alarms limits. 3. schedules. deadbands. Questions that are responded to by the operator.13 A. such as a setpoint. 3. C. it shall mean that an operator shall be able to amend a value. software time delays. operating time limits. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 33 of 85 . the setpoints and schedules shall be changeable via the BMS/telephone and BMS/web facilities. It shall be ensured that at all times there is no mismatch between software resident at the DCP and/or UC and the software copy resident at the PC. The term "interactive" is used to mean that the system shall operate in a conversational mode whereby the operator shall receive English language prompts in the form of: 1. D. The procedure by which an operator amends a value or implements a selection shall be such that the operator can readily execute the task without reference to instruction manuals and without knowledge of the BMS control language. Copies of these databases. The equipment that is fed from emergency power and which is controlled by the BMS shall operate normally under emergency power conditions and shall be monitored and controlled by the BMS under emergency power conditions. All setpoints. Ensure that all equipment furnished under this sub-contract that is associated with the control of equipment on emergency power is fed from the emergency power service and can maintain normal equipment operations when the equipment is on emergency power. The BMS operating Systems shall include: 1. the BMS shall resume normal equipment control and monitoring functions for that equipment on emergency power within 20 seconds of the availability of emergency power and similarly when there is a return to B. POT and HHWT. 4. etc. OIW. such as “operator determined”. etc. which indicate an operator originated decision. Following a loss of normal power. schedules and other programmable software shall reside at the PC at the OIW. report configuration and requests. shall be operator definable through an interactive procedure via the OIW. “operator changeable”. Tables into which the operator enters data. Where terms are used. B. Selections that are made by the operator based on a list of suggested alternatives that is generated by the BMS. time delay. C. Data Analysis and Storage Software. In addition. alarm limit. etc. E.
Subtraction 3. where specifications are not provided. less than or equal to 9. or 3. nand 5. Division 5. less than 8. The control language shall be capable of implementing 32-bit floating-point calculations using. L. Basic. If then else statement 7. details of such instrumentation shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval. At minimum. The BMS Specialist shall provide an easy to use means of defining the operating sequences such as a high-level control language or a graphical/flowcharting facility. If necessary provide an uninterruptible power source in order to meet this 20 seconds resumption of operation requirement. Multiplication 4. Roots 6. Provide adequate English language notation in the software to assist the operator understand the intent of the programmed sequences. be able to implement the following logic operations and relational operations: 1.normal power. The means provided for the creation of the operating sequences shall be suitable for the implementation of the sequences detailed on the control diagrams that form a part of these subcontract documents. Natural logarithms The control language shall. K. Addition 2. J. I. H. C or equivalent or they shall be constructed using an easily understood graphics interface package. not 4. equal to page 34 of 85 G. The BMS Specialist shall identify on the cable and containment shop drawings which components are to be fed from emergency power and which components are to be fed from a UPS source. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . at minimum. the following arithmetic operators: 1. F. and 2. nor 6. Such instrumentation shall meet the requirements detailed in the Section titled "BMS Field Instrumentation" or. The operating sequences shall be written in a readily understandable high level control language such as Pascal. If the BMS Specialist requires additional instrumentation to that indicated in the BMS Point Schedules and Diagrams in order to implement the operating sequences as detailed on the control drawings then the BMS Specialist shall include such additional instrumentation within the tender price. Exponentials 7.
the BMS Specialist shall obtain instruction from the Engineer and shall implement the required sequences at no additional cost to the Employer. the BMS Specialist shall interlock motorised dampers with fans such that when the dampers are closed the associated fans stop. R. Verify that the control loops are stable. Where there are multiple filter banks the BMS Specialist shall furnish a differential pressure switch across each filter bank. Where indicated on the control diagrams. greater than or equal to greater than not equal to The BMS Specialist shall be responsible for the stable operation of all control loops. M. O. 12. P. Where sequences have not been specifically identified for a mechanical. then the alarm shall be annunciated at the OIW within 2 seconds of the termination of the time delay period following detection of the alarm condition. 3. S. N. The operating sequences detailed in this section shall only apply when the BMS is controlling and monitoring the system in the BMS software control mode. Q. Any information required by the BMS Specialist for the implementation of the software shall be requested in writing from the Engineer at least 2 weeks prior to the time it is required. The sequences of operation are detailed on the control drawings that form part of these documents. multiple damper sections rather than a single section shall be furnished and shall be controlled in groups.14 A. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 35 of 85 . BMS OPERATING SYSTEM: CONTROLLERS MONITORING &CONTROL SOFTWARE Scan rates at the DCP and/or UC shall meet the following requirements: 1. U. If any BMS or system component should fail during the operation of a system. 11. 2. The BMS Specialist shall provide self-tuning PID control algorithms. Submit the request for information in the form of tables or forms for the Employer’s personnel to complete and return. The BMS Specialist shall provide any modifications to the operating sequences as requested by the Engineer without additional costs until the substantial completion of the entire BMS.10. electrical or public health system/component. Where a failure mode is not provided for a BMS controlled item of equipment the BMS Specialist shall obtain details of the required failure mode from the Employer. Refer to the mechanical trade documents to determine the number of damper sections and the number of actuators. T. Each analogue and digital input point shall be scanned at least once every 5 seconds. In cases where outside air duct cross-sectional area exceeds a certain amount. then the BMS shall execute the procedure detailed in the sequences of operation. If a point is in alarm. The BMS Specialist may elect to monitor each filter alarm individually or may elect to wire the differential pressure switches such that if any filter is in alarm a general filter alarm shall be monitored by the BMS.
H. then the motor shall be restarted by the BMS in accordance with the procedure detailed in the paragraph titled "Equipment Restart Following a Power Failure". unless the discrepancy arises because of control of the motor by the fire alarm system or because of a power failure. The control constants for the PID algorithm shall be definable by the operator. The operator shall be able to select the mode of output control for each analogue and digital output. E. If the discrepancy has arisen because of a power failure. I. The operator shall be able to define the minimum time delay between the stopping of a piece of equipment and its subsequent restart. operating sequence or Applications Package such as the Optimised Scheduling feature. an alarm shall be generated and the motor shall be placed in the BMS manual control mode. the signal to a final control element such as a valve or a damper actuator and to a relay such as a motor control relay shall change as the result of a command manually entered at one of the operator terminals. The operator shall be able to define a minimum time delay between successive starts of equipment so that disturbances created on the building electrical system are minimised in frequency and amplitude. In the BMS manual control mode. BMS analogue and digital outputs shall change as the result of either an operator entered command or a BMS generated software command. DDC outputs shall be updated at a frequency defined by the operator. F. When an output is in the BMS manual control mode. there shall be no means by which it can switch to the BMS software control mode or by which the value or state of the BMS output can change without operator intervention. These two modes of BMS output are referred to as the BMS MANUAL CONTROL mode and the BMS SOFTWARE CONTROL mode and differ as follows: 1. In the BMS software control mode. and those provided to facilitate control by the Fire Alarm System regardless of the BMS output control mode. it shall still be possible for the operator to manually tune the control loops. C. In all cases a motor shall only restart following an operator manually entered command The BMS shall not override any hardwired interlocks such as those provided at motor starters for overload protection. then the motor shall be restarted by the BMS in accordance with the procedure detailed in the paragraph titled "Equipment Restart Following a Fire Alarm". 3. pressure interlock. the motor control relay shall be set automatically to the OFF state. in the range of 2 seconds to 256 seconds. 2. Unless stated otherwise elsewhere in these Specifications. the signal to the final control element or relay shall be changed automatically as the result of software such as a schedule. etc. The software shall incorporate facilities to enable the bumpless transfer of a modulating output from BMS manual control to BMS page 36 of 85 D. damper interlock. If self-tuning algorithms are provided. If the discrepancy has arisen because of override control by the fire alarm system. 2. If there is a discrepancy between the actual and BMS commanded state of a motor then. 1.B. This time delay shall be in effect for motors in the BMS software control mode and for motors in the BMS manual control mode. The operator shall be able to select a frequency. the modulation of final control elements by the BMS in the BMS software control mode shall be based on a ProportionalIntegral-Derivative (PID) control algorithm. at minimum. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . G.
software control and vice versa and the prevention of integral wind-up. PID algorithms shall maintain the system operation within the desired tolerance around the setpoint. Setpoint tolerances shall be as follows: 1. Supply air temperature control, + or - 0.5 Deg. C. 2. Space temperature control, + or - 0.5 Deg. C. 3. Duct static pressure control, + or - 50 Pa 4. Water differential pressure, + or - 15 kPa. 5. Space static pressure control, + or - 10 Pa 6. Relative humidity, + or - 3% J. Software shall automatically inhibit the generating of an alarm on an analogue input when the status of an associated digital input indicates that an alarm condition is to be expected. Such would be the case, for example, when an air handling unit is off as it would be expected that the supply air temperature would be outside the alarm limits established for the operating state. An interactive procedure shall enable the operator to link any analogue value to a digital input so as to inhibit unnecessary alarms. Points with their alarms locked out shall continue to be displayed on reports and VDU displays. The alarms shall remain locked out for an operator defined time delay following the start-up of the associated equipment If for any reason the operator wishes to terminate the monitoring of a particular digital or analogue input, then it shall be possible to take the point out of service via an interactive procedure. If the point is the monitored variable in a control loop, then the control loop shall be disabled, any sequence dependent on the point shall also be disabled and all associated BMS outputs shall go to the BMS manual control mode. An interactive procedure shall enable the operator to add, delete and modify points monitored and controlled by the BMS. An interactive procedure shall enable the operator to configure control loops. The operator shall define Setpoints for control loops or they shall be derived from software logic as detailed in the sequences of operation. All configuration tools shall be built into the BMS graphics software and all components of the system shall be programmable from any OIW via the web browser including the downloading of programs to the DDC controllers. BMS OPERATING SYSTEM: CONTROLLER APPLICATION SOFTWARE Applications software functions associated with the control and monitoring of the mechanical and electrical systems by the BMS shall be resident at the DDC controllers and OIW PC as appropriate. The application of these features shall be in accordance with the details provided in the Sequences of Operation. The BMS Specialist is to implement all applications programs. Where additional information is required the BMS Specialist shall request the information in writing to the Employer at least two weeks before it is required by the BMS Specialist. These application software packages shall include but not be limited to the following: 1. Provide the following programs for the optimization of energy usage: a. HVAC control page 37 of 85
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HVAC Control 1. BMS to provide predefined control algorithms to accomplish Optimal Run (start/stop) Time, Supply Air Reset and Enthalpy Switchover Optimization applications. 2. Optimization applications to be coordinated through energy supervisory management routines. These routines to coordinate control action required by optimization applications between themselves, all other energy features, and all application features within the system. 3. Each control system to support English or metric units of measurement and be assigned a unique identifier which is to be used to request operator-relevant HVAC control status data. Each control system to be capable of supporting Optimal Run Time, Supply Air Reset, and Enthalpy Switchover Optimization. 4. Control systems and their associated points and parameters to be online definable. Any additions, modifications or deletions to be made online. Each system to be individually identified with a unique English language descriptor. 5. Each system to provide a savings profile summary which is to document, but is not limited to, the following: a. Period start date as defined by operator b. Calculated optimal start time daily saving values c. Calculated optimal stop time daily saving values d. Calculated optimal start time daily saving values during current period e. Calculated optimal stop time daily saving values during current period f. Calculated SAR (Supply Air Reset) daily saving values g. Calculated SAR saving values during current period h. Calculated ESQ (Enthalpy Switch-over) daily saving values i. Calculated ESQ saving values during current per. j. These documented savings values to be automatically historically stored for the current defined period and a minimum of twelve past periods. 6. Optimal Run Time (ORT) Program is to: a. Control start up and shutdown of HVAC control equipment b. Provide the most efficient operation during potentially energy wasteful periods of the day based on occupancy schedules, outside air temperature, seasonal requirements and interior room mass temperatures c. Start up systems by using outside air temperature and room temperatures to "learn" the building's thermal characteristics through a dynamic adaptive modeling technique
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Predict and self-adjust the HVAC control system for how long building takes to cool down under different conditions, using the adaptive model e. Determine how early it can shut down the system without adversely affecting ventilation, by using the outside air temperature f. Automatically determine the seasonal mode and worse case condition for each day, by analyzing multiple building mass sensors g. Analysis to require only easily obtained occupancy schedule data and desired mass temperatures for implementation. Supply Air Reset (SAR) Program is to: a. Monitor cooling loads in building spaces b. Monitor single zone unit discharge temperatures c. Adjust HVAC control discharge temperature to the most energy efficient levels that still satisfy the measured load d. Raise cooling temperatures to highest possible value, and still cool and dehumidify the warmest monitored room served by fan.
Equipment operating time 1. Provide a software package that will accumulate the operating times for motors as selected by the operator using an interactive procedure. Any piece of equipment that has its status monitored by the BMS shall be selectable for inclusion in this feature. It shall be possible to concurrently monitor the accumulated operating time for every item of equipment monitored and/or controlled by the BMS. Data shall be stored at the local controllers and shall be uploaded to the OIW at regular intervals. In the event of loss of communications between the OIW and the local controller the local controller shall continue to monitor and store data such that the data can be downloaded when the communication is restored. The number of starts and stops of motors shall also be accumulated. 2. The operator shall be able to establish on-line, using an interactive procedure, a value for the accumulated operating time at which a suitably worded message shall be output to the operator advising that the reporting limit has been reached for a specific motor. The message shall be output at the designated alarm printer. 3. The operator shall be able to change the accumulated total for any motor to any value. 4. The accumulated operating times shall be updated at least every 15 minutes. 5. The operator shall be able to obtain a report on demand and on a scheduled basis detailing the accumulated operating times. 6. Operating times and the number of equipment starts/stops shall be input by the BMS equipment-scheduling program to the Employer's Facility Management System and shall be the basis of maintenance programming. Equipment restart following a fire alarm 1. Provide and implement a software program that will restart equipment, following the return to normal condition that was shut down by the FAS or by the BMS as the result of a fire alarm. The only equipment that shall be shut down by the BMS as the result of a fire alarm shall be the VAV terminal units and FCU. The FAS shall shut down all other equipment on an as required basis.
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If an item of equipment is shut down by a source other than the BMS when there is a fire alarm in effect then the BMS shall assume that the cause of the shut down is the FAS and shall not indicate an alarm. b. The FAS shall communicate to the BMS a list of all equipment that it has shut down as the result of a fire alarm. c. If an item of equipment was presumed by the BMS to have shut down as a result of the fire alarm but is not on the FAS list then an alarm shall be annunciated for that item of equipment to indicate equipment failure. An alarm shall also be generated if an item of equipment on the list does not have the required status. Following the receipt by the BMS of a return to normal message from the fire alarm system the operator shall be able to initiate the restart of all equipment shutdown by the FAS and BMS with individual manually entered commands to each item of equipment and with a single command that shall restart all equipment scheduled to be operational at the time of the operator restart command. Prior to the return to normal of the fire alarm system the operator shall not be able to execute the restart command. The restart of the equipment shall be subject to all the software protection such as the minimum "off" time and the operator defined time delay requirements between successive equipment starts. As part of the work of this sub-contract the BMS Specialist shall implement the restart following a fire alarm function. Submit in written to the Employer, at least 4 weeks prior to the acceptance testing, a request for the order in which motors are to be restarted, the delay times between successive motor starts and the minimum “off” and “on’ times. The written request will clearly indicate the information required from the Employer and the format in which it is to be provided.
Equipment restart following a power failure 1. Provide and implement a program that will facilitate the restart of equipment following a power failure. 2. This program shall be based on the BMS detection of a power failure and the return of power. This feature shall operate on a per BMS basis and not a site wide basis and shall be implemented for both emergency, normal power and UPS power. 3. When there is a loss of normal power, the BMS shall de-energise all units under its control. When power is restored the BMS shall restart equipment on the basis of the following as selected by the operator: a. Manually entered operator command. A single command shall initiate the start of all equipment controlled by a BMS or the equipment shall be started individually as selected by the operator. b. Automatically by the BMS when the return of power is detected by the BMS, either utility power or QF standby power. 4. Whichever method of restart is selected the motors shall be started in a predetermined order and the start up shall be subject to all the software protections such as the minimum "off" time and the operator defined time delay requirements between successive equipment starts, to prevent surges in the electrical distribution system. 5. As part of the work of this sub-contract the BMS Specialist shall implement the restart following a power failure function. Submit in written to the Employer, at least 2 weeks prior to the acceptance testing, a request for the order in which motors are to be restarted, the delay times between successive motor starts and the minimum “off” and “on’ times. The written request will clearly indicate the information required from the Employer and the format in which it is to be provided. page 40 of 85
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at least 2 weeks prior to the acceptance testing. Setpoints shall be plotted at the same rate as the associated variable.6. BMS calculated value or any setpoint. or more (maximum of 6) plots of variables in a graphical format. 6. The graphs shall be plotted as the values are sampled in a similar fashion to a chart recorder and when the plot reaches the right hand side of the X-axis. the concurrent plotting of the loop setpoint. The X-axis shall be the time axis and shall have a scale selected by the operator using an interactive procedure or shall be scaled automatically to accommodate a minimum of 30 plotted points for each variable. It shall be possible to have a minimum of 100 active trend plots at any OIW on the network. b. output point. 5. This program shall concurrently display 3No. Provide a software package that emulates. d. The Y-axis for each plotted variable shall be defined by the operator using an interactive procedure or shall be scaled automatically using a technique that displays the data in an optimum manner. The Y-axis shall be the value of the plotted variable. These features shall comprise the following: 1. c. the monitored variable and the BMS output to the final control element. Dynamic Trending 2. The plot rate shall be selected by the operator using an interactive procedure and shall have the following minimum ranges: a. point strip chart recorder. Each of the plotted variables shall be uniquely and clearly identified using a means of differentiation such as different colors for each variable or different symbols for the plotted points for each variable. In the case of standby power. 3. Plot rates for monitored variables shall range from their BMS scan rate to at least once per day. at minimum. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 41 of 85 . a 3No. Plot rates for calculated points shall range from the rate at which the calculation is performed to at least once per day. Plot rates for BMS outputs shall range from their BMS update rates to at least once per day. the BMS shall only restart equipment that is scheduled to operate at that time of day and which is permitted to operate under standby power conditions. 2. Typically this would require. for example.16 A. BMS OPERATING SYSTEM: DATA ANALYSIS AND STORAGE SOFTWARE Data analysis and storage software shall reside at the terminal servers such that all PC on the BMS Management level Network can present data in the same format. If plotted variables have different ranges then provide separate Y-axes. a request for points to be placed on the dynamic trending B. As part of the work of this sub-contract the BMS Specialist shall implement all trend logs as requested by the Employer. Submit in writing to the Employer. 3. the X-axis shall scroll to the left so as to accommodate newly sampled data. 4. It is envisaged that the primary use of this facility will be for the tuning of control loops and the observance of control loop performance. Historical data trends Dynamic Trending 1. The variables to be plotted shall be selected by the operator from any input. 7.
5. It shall be possible to output the historical data in a Microsoft Excel format in a hardcopy and in an electronic format. 6. It shall be possible to have data collection and storage concurrently. c. calculated variable or setpoint to the historical data trend facility. Data output in tabular form shall clearly distinguish between the variables and shall indicate the time and date at which each piece of data was sampled. Data output in graphical form shall meet the same requirements as detailed above for the real-time plotting of data.000 values of ambient temperature collected every noon and midnight.000 values of ambient temperature collected once per hour and it shall be possible to store 10. When the storage capacity for a variable is full the newly sampled data shall over-write the data first stored for that variable.function. As part of the work of this sub-contract the BMS Specialist shall implement all historical data storage as requested by the Employer. Historical data trends 1. 9. Provide a software facility for the collection and storage of data at the data servers and its subsequent retrieval and display in tabular and graphical form as selected by the operator. for 250.000 pieces of sampled data for each variable assigned to this feature. at least 2 weeks prior to the acceptance testing. The time period to be covered by the data output shall be selected by the operator using an interactive procedure. The sampling frequencies shall be in the following ranges at minimum: a. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 42 of 85 . The written request will clearly indicate the information required from the Employer and the format in which it is to be provided. 2. For calculated points the sample rate shall be selectable individually for each calculated value at between once per day and once every calculation. any BMS input or output point. using an interactive procedure. Submit in writing to the Employer. it shall be possible to store 10. Each variable shall be sampled at an operator-defined frequency using an interactive procedure. 3. 8. whichever is the less frequent. variables. Setpoints shall be sampled at the same rate as their associated variable. It shall be possible to store data for the same point at different collection rates. Recall of data shall be in either a tabular form or in a graphical form and shall be displayed on the VDU or output on one of the printers as selected by the operator. For BMS outputs the sample rate shall be selectable individually for each variable at between once per day and once per second or once per output change. whichever is the less frequent. For BMS monitored points the sample rate shall be selectable individually for each variable at between once per day and once per second or once per scan. For example. b. It shall be possible at any time to obtain a listing of which points have been assigned to this feature and their sampling rates.000 variables and it shall be possible to have data collection for each variable at 2 separate sampling rates. The operator shall be able to assign on-line. d. Whichever form of output the operator selects it shall be possible to concurrently output data for a minimum of 3No. 4. The written request will clearly indicate the information required from the Employer and the format in which it is to be provided. 7. Storage shall be provided for at least 10. at minimum. C. a request for points to be placed on the historical data trending function.
The selection at each stage shall be by cursor control using a mouse or keyboard arrow buttons. Preferably the status of motors. Each VAV/FCU terminal unit. provide a target box on the system diagram for a group of VAV terminal units that will enable one-step access to the associated air-handling unit. The zones covered by each VAV and FCU terminal unit shall be outlined and zones with temperatures in alarm shall be red.17 A. BMS OPERATING SYSTEM: DATA PRESENTATION SOFTWARE Data presentation software shall reside at the terminal servers such that all PC on the BMS Management level Network can present data in the same format. Provide a library of commonly used symbols in accordance with CIBSE standards including all symbols used in the compilation of the system diagrams for this project. The system diagrams shall also distinguish between outputs in the BMS manual control mode and in the BMS software control mode. to progress from a diagram of the building. 6. Where necessary to enhance the understanding of the data displayed use alphanumeric text. failed. at minimum. for the following: a. Provide a software package to enable the operator to configure. b. unoccupied mode. A system diagram shall be provided. the mode of operation. Each system diagram shall indicate real-time data including analogue and digital input and output points. For example. Provide icons on displays to enable easy access from one display to a related display.3. 2. e.. The BMS Point Schedules and System Diagrams detailed on the control diagrams shall provide a guideline for the selection of data to be displayed on a particular system diagram. etc. Provide a hierarchy of VDU displays that will enable an operator. This shall show the location of each VAV and FCU on the floor. standby mode. f. off. As for b. c. As for b. Real-time data shall be superimposed on the system diagrams and shall be updated at intervals between 10 and 20 seconds. The data shall be positioned on the display at points indicative of the instrumentation locations on the system. above but for the lighting. These features shall comprise the following: 1. 3. The graphics shall be fully animated such that they clearly indicate the status of motors. This shall include at minimum each air handling unit and each extract and supply fan system. above but for the FAS. As for b. Each of the systems detailed in the point definition sections of these sub-contract documents. for example. As for b. setpoints and calculated values of the associated system. blue for off and red for failed. each chilled and condenser water system and each system monitored and controlled via a third party interface. etc.g. d.g. Video Display Units system diagram displays VDU System Diagram Displays 1. to a particular floor in the building and to a particular zone on the floor. 5. above but for the security devices B. modify and delete system diagrams similar in scope to those on the control diagrams that form part of these subcontract documents. occupied mode. e. above but for the combined lighting and VAV/FCU terminal units. the zone temperatures. shall be indicated by colour changes such as green for on. on. of the terminal units. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 43 of 85 . 4. e.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 44 of 85 . A device(s) that has indicated a security or a fire alarm shall be clearly identified. 7. It shall be possible by clicking on the appropriate icon on the full floor display for the operator to zoom in on half of a floor. The BMS Specialist shall modify the system diagrams as requested by the Engineer following shop drawing review at no additional cost to the Employer. Combined security. This shall show the location of each security and fire alarm device on the floor. All other schematics as detailed throughout these sub-contract documents. FAS and lighting on each floor. the status of each security and fire alarm device and the status of each zone of lighting. The BMS Specialist shall submit a complete set of the proposed system diagrams at the shop drawing stage of the project.g. h.
BMS CONTROLLERS 4. The DCPs shall be standalone. trend and device manager groups. 4. Configuration properties shall be standard configuration property types (SCPTs) as defined by the LonMark Association. 3. Other major items of equipment. output and value. 5. A dedicated DCP shall be provided at minimum to monitor and control the following: a. 3. This shall be accomplished without operator intervention. BMS CONTROLLERS: GENERAL There shall be 3 types of BMS control panels: 1. file. DCP and UC shall reboot in an orderly fashion and attain a normal operating status within 2 minutes of the return of power. shall not inhibit communications on the network between the remaining nodes.PART 4 . Loop. C. b. Communications Control Panels (CCP) 2. Binary input and output and value 2. The DCP shall control its own communications so that the failure of any one node. B. Provide integral network communication connections. DCP shall interface via Point Interface Modules (PIM) to the field instrumentation and final control elements. 4. alarm event. Proprietary object types shall not be used unless specifically approved by the Employer. D. notification class. shall reside on the automation level and shall meet the following requirements: 1. Unitary Controllers (UC) All BACnet controllers shall be based on native BACnet and shall support all applicable BIBBs from the data sharing. A single Air Handling Unit (each AHU shall have a dedicated DCP). DCP may be used for any equipment monitored and controlled by the BMS. program.1 A. 2. CCP. command. Standard BACnet object types supported by the controllers shall include: 1. Multi-state input and output 4. schedule. Distributed Control panels (DCP) 3. DDC controllers shall be freely programmable and shall have an I/O capability to handle major items of equipment such as air handling units. group. event enrolment and device. Analogue input. schedule.2 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 45 of 85 . Following a loss of power the PC. All LonWorks controllers shall use SNVTs which are approved by the LonMark Association and which are published by the LonMark Association. including any PC. BMS CONTROLLERS: DISTRIBUTED CONTROL PANELS (DCP) A. calendar.
c. Analogue and digital inputs. at minimum. schedules and trend data for equipment controlled by the DCP shall reside at the DCP. DCP shall monitor and control entire systems. Where a DCP receives data from other nodes. Provide a 10-hour minimum full function battery support capability. PIM shall accommodate the following point types: a. including the controllers. b. DCP shall be housed in enclosures that shall meet the requirements detailed in Section titled “Panels and Enclosures” of these specifications. wiring guides. The failure of any DCP shall be annunciated as a critical alarm at the OIW. 9. 16. 17. b. based on operator definable default values. etc. b. 10. 14.5. including any current sensing relays in the MCC panels. such as an outdoor air temperature. Provide a real-time clock at each DCP. 12. 11. Each DCP shall have its own power supplies that shall be rated such that they will adequately accommodate all foreseeable uses of the DCP. 7. Each DCP shall have. terminal strips. DCP shall be totally independent of any other primary and secondary LAN nodes for their monitoring and control functions. if there is a loss of communication of the required data. The DCP shall be placed at the same location as the equipment they control. The installation of the control enclosure and the installation of all cable and containment between the field instrumentation. All operating sequences. 13. Plug in type modules with specific or universal input/output capabilities. 6. Interfaces to field instrumentation and final control elements shall have Point Interface Modules (PIM) that shall: a. then alternative control strategies shall be automatically initiated. DCP failure shall not place any BMS component or any BMS controlled component in a situation that may cause damage to equipment or harm or discomfort to building occupants and operations staff. Provide each DCP with a battery back up for the protection of volatile memory for a minimum of 72 hours. Enable the DCP to receive signals from the digital and analogue instrumentation. PIM shall be incorporated into the DCP by one or the following methods: a. multiple DCP for a single system shall not be allowed. The failure of a DCP shall not affect the operation of any other network node. Pulse inputs. Analogue and digital outputs. Enable the DCP to output control signals to the final control elements. Each termination shall be clearly marked and shall be as detailed in the shop and record drawings. relays. a 16-bit microprocessor. The DCP shall have a port for the connection of the POT. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 46 of 85 . Integral to the DCP controller board. The real-time clock at the DCP shall be synchronized from the real-time clock at the terminal server at least once every 24 hours. 19. and the DCP shall be by the BMS Specialist. The BMS Specialist shall provide a suitably rated enclosure for all associated BMS components. 15. 18. 8. Cabling shall be terminated on rugged and easily accessible terminal strips. which is used for a global system program strategy executed at that DCP.
Provide LED on the PIM to indicate the status of each PIM. Provide LED indication of the status. All the data related to the DCP shall be presented along with their respective BACnet object ID created in the system. Field terminations shall be such that the removal of a failed PIM shall not require the removal and reconnecting of field device cable terminations.e. and schedules shall be changeable on-line by the OIW operator and from the HHWT anywhere on site.e. 30. i. 4. addresses and method statements to read and write data via integration of the DCP with another system in future. SCPTs. Control shall be based on either three term algorithms. BIBBS. setpoints.3 A. Provide LED indication of the status. unless specified otherwise. This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. shall have vibration isolation protection that ensures their satisfactory operation. control constants. Analogue output PIM shall have a minimum 10-bit digital-to-analogue conversion and shall meet all of the output signal requirements detailed in the Point Schedules. 28. All PIM shall be such that all output points can be manually positioned via an on board on-off-auto or potentiometer dial as applicable to the individual point. C. 26. Analogue input PIM shall have a minimum 10-bit analogue-to-digital conversion and shall interface to all of the signal types listed in the Point Schedules.1 respectively. The BMS Specialist shall provide interoperability documentation for the BACnet DCP. Customization of "freely programmable" controllers shall be possible to the extent that variable operating parameters. proportional plus integral plus derivative. DCP shall be BACnet or LonWorks controllers and shall comply with all of the requirements of ASHRAE SSPC/135 and ANSI/EIA-709.20. 31. control loop parameters. 21. BMS CONTROLLERS: UNITARY CONTROLLER: GENERAL Unitary Controllers (UC) shall be "freely programmable" controllers with pre-packaged operating sequences maintained in EEPROM or flash EPROM. 25. B. 27. along with their PICS. 22. DCP shall have opto-isolation or equivalent. Provide LED indication of the status. DCP mounted on vibrating equipment. such as sequences of operation. or two term algorithms. The BMS Specialist shall provide full documentation for the LonWorks controllers (if provided) including details of all SNVTs. All PIM shall be easily exchanged and the failure of one PIM shall not affect any other PIM. UCPTs and External Interface Files (XIF). 24. UNVTs. proportional plus integral. Digital input and output PIM shall have electrical isolation and all relay contacts shall be suitably rated for the application. 29. This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. Unitary controllers shall reside at the BMS Automation Level. 23. The LonWorks interoperability data shall also include their respective BACnet object ID generated in the system against their LonWorks SNVT/SCPT data and method statements to read and write data via integration of the DCP with another system in future. such as on air handling units. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 47 of 85 . i.
The UC shall control its own communications so that the failure of any one node shall not inhibit communications on the network between the remaining nodes and the BMS Management level Network. K. E. The BMS Specialist shall furnish transformers suitably rated for the application. The installation of the control enclosure shall be by the BMS Specialist and all cable between the field instrumentation and the BMS DDC controllers shall be by the BMS Specialist. 2. including the controllers. Enable the UC to receive signals from the digital and analogue instrumentation. F. G. Cabling shall be terminated on rugged and easily accessible terminal strips. Each termination shall be clearly marked and shall be as detailed in the shop and record drawings. PIM shall accommodate the following point types: 1. Panels meeting the requirements of DCP shall control all other types of equipment and systems. The UC shall be placed at the same location as the equipment they control. Enable the UC to output control signals to the final control elements. The BMS Specialist shall provide a suitably rated enclosure for all associated BMS components. I. wiring guides. at minimum. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 48 of 85 . terminal strips. etc. M. H. The failure of any UC shall be annunciated as a critical alarm at the OIW. L. The UC shall be a node on the primary BMS LAN if it is a native BACnet/IP controller and shall be a node on the secondary BMS LANs if it is a LonWorks controller. J. Each UC shall have. N. UC shall be housed in enclosures that shall meet the requirements detailed in Section titled “Panels and Enclosures”. The UC shall be housed in an enclosure that provides adequate physical and electrical protection. UC shall be on a BACnet or LonWorks BMS LAN. Interfaces to field instrumentation and final control elements shall have integral PIM that will: 1. O. UC shall be totally independent of other Management and BMS Automation Level components for their monitoring and control functions. UC failure shall not place any BMS component or any BMS controlled component in a situation that may cause damage to equipment or harm or discomfort to building occupants and operations staff. P. relays.D. If LonWorks UC are provided they shall have a 3120 or 3150 Neuron microprocessor controller. 2. Analogue and digital inputs. The real-time clock at the UC shall be synchronized from the real-time clock at the terminal server at least once every 24 hours. UC shall be powered from the electrical service that serves the equipment monitored and controlled by the UC. Provide a real time clock at each UC. The failure of a UC shall not affect the operation of any other Management and BMS Automation Level components. an 8-bit microprocessor. Analogue and digital outputs. Pulse inputs. 3.
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 49 of 85 . This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. Operating sequences for UC shall be resident at the UC. Schedules and trend data shall reside at the UC. AA. Multi-colour point to point wiring diagram detailing the wiring and tubing of the UC and other control equipment installed on the terminal devices. Analogue input PIM shall have a minimum 8-bit analogue-to-digital conversion and shall interface to the entire signal types listed in the Point Schedules. UCPTs and External Interface Files (XIF) together with all addresses. Analogue output PIM shall have a minimum 8-bit digital-to-analogue conversion and shall meet the entire outputs signal requirements detailed in the Point Schedules. BB. Y.e.Q. 2. i. X. Calibration curve shall be maintained in a sturdy plastic pouch that shall be available on the underside of the terminal unit. R. 1. addresses and method statements to read and write data via integration of the UC with another system in future. The LonWorks interoperability data shall also include the respective BACnet object ID generated in the system against their LonWorks SNVT/SCPT data and method statements to read and write data via integration of the UC with another system in future. Provide the terminal unit manufacturer with the following documentation to coordinate the mounting of the UC and related components: 1. proportional plus integral plus derivative. Multi-point averaging type flow sensor at the air inlet to the terminal unit and calibration curve (differential pressure versus flow rate). along with their PICS.1 respectively. Z. U. Control shall be based on either three term algorithms. shall have vibration isolation protection that ensures their satisfactory operation. UC shall be native BACnet or LonWorks controllers and shall comply with all of the requirements of ASHRAE SSPC/135 and ANSI/EIA-709. UC shall control and monitor all points associated with a system. or two term algorithms. Database changes shall be undertaken from the OIW and POT. S. BIBBS. unless specified otherwise. Written instructions and drawings containing sufficient information to enable the terminal unit manufacturer to undertake the installation satisfactorily. proportional plus integral. UC mounted on vibrating equipment.e. T. All the data related to the UC shall be presented along with their respective BACnet object ID created in the system. UNVTs. such as on FCU. i. The BMS Specialist shall provide full documentation for the LonWorks controllers (if provided) including details of all SNVTs. SCPTs. W. This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. The BMS Specialist shall provide interoperability documentation for the UC. Digital input and output PIM shall have electrical isolation and all relay contacts shall be suitably rated for the application. Multiple UC shall not be used to control and monitor a single system. All applications programs shall reside at the UC. V.
5 Deg. Temperature reported at the LCD shall have an accuracy of + or – 0.C. Temperature sensor housings with LCD display shall be intelligent and shall communicate with their associated UC via a digital communications network over screened twisted pair or equivalent LAN communication cable. and the difference between the LCD and the OIW reported temperatures shall not differ by more than 0. The pressure differential generated by the multi-point sensors is compatible with the instrumentation to be provided by the BMS Specialist for the specified accuracy requirements. Enclosure shall be rugged plastic and shall be white. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 50 of 85 . trademarks or names visible on the enclosure and there shall be no evidence of their removal. HH. The BMS Specialist shall visit the terminal unit manufacturer's facility at the completion of the initial production run. 5. 4.5 Deg. Obtain the terminal unit shipping dates from the MEP Specialist. The functions displayed by LCD via selector button shall be space temperature and space temperature set point.2 Deg. C.CC. GG. 3. The terminal unit manufacturer and the BMS Specialist shall both certify on the drawing that the drawing is correct and the drawing shall be submitted as a shop drawing for review by the Engineer. UC for each production run shall be at the terminal unit manufacturer’s factory at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled shipment dates to the job-site. Sensor shall have an LCD display. The sensor shall meet the following minimum requirements: 1. 2. 6. C. This shall be done in conjunction with the air-balancing Specialist and shall be based on the flow sensor calibration curve (differential pressure versus flow rate) provided by the terminal unit manufacturer. 7. Cover shall be removable to allow access to the plug for the POT. DD. prior to the shipping of any terminal units to the project site. The BMS Specialist shall enter all data into the UC and shall test the UC on site. This communications network may use a proprietary protocol. 2. The BMS Specialist shall visit the terminal unit manufacturer's facility before commencement of fabrication to ensure that the terminal unit manufacturer's installation procedures are satisfactory. to inspect the installation of the UC and to verify proper operation via a POT. It shall be the responsibility of the BMS Specialist to verify the following with the VAV terminal unit manufacturer prior to the tender submittal: 1. Provide a wall mounted space temperature sensor for the monitoring of the terminal unit space temperature. FF. EE. RTD or thermistors sensors. The BMS Specialist shall calibrate the space temperature sensor. The BMS Specialist shall calibrate the pressure sensor and the flow rate reported by the controller following the installation of the terminal unit in the ceiling plenum. The damper assembly is compatible with the actuator to be provided by the BMS Specialist. The enclosures shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval and shall be amended as instructed by the Engineer at no cost to the Employer. There shall be no logos. Temperature reported at the OIW shall have an accuracy of + or – 0. The terminal unit manufacturer shall prepare a drawing of the wiring for the UC and all associated instrumentation and final control elements based on the information provided by the BMS Specialist.
Change a space temperature setpoint for a group of terminal units. Monitor the differential pressures generated by a multi-point averaging device located in the air duct. 3. JJ. MM. 4. Damper modulation. the DCP and the CCP and via the OIW and the HHWT: 1. The temperature sensor enclosure shall be temporarily mounted alongside the VAV box and shall be subsequently relocated as required by the fit-out design. The terminal unit manufacturer shall provide the multi-point averaging sensors. Change an alarm limit/value.000 feet per minute). Provide differential pressure transducers for the monitoring of the terminal unit airflow rate. at minimum. KK. At minimum. The terminal unit manufacturer as part of the factory installation shall provide tubing from these sensors to the multipoint averaging devices.5 percent in the flow range of 0.5 to 15 meters per second (100 to 3. Air flow rate. the operator shall be able to undertake the following functions via the POT when connected to the UC at the associated temperature sensor enclosure. Provide a one-micron filter on the pressure differential sensor if it monitors a moving air stream. If there is a wall mounted temperature enclosure it shall not be necessary for the operator to obtain access to the ceiling plenum in order to obtain an operator interface to the UC. via the POT when connected at the temperature enclosure. Locking “V” groove or similar means to prevent slippage between actuator and shaft. the requirements: 1.0. Furnish damper actuators. 4. The BMS Specialist shall calibrate each differential pressure sensor in the field following installation. The differential pressure sensors shall monitor the flow rates with an accuracy of + or . 2. Coordinate with the terminal unit manufacturer for range of pressure differential. Change a space temperature setpoint for a single terminal unit.8. II. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 51 of 85 . LL. 4. Those temperature sensor enclosures that are wall mounted shall be located 1500 mm above finished floor level.5 Deg. Space temperature. 2. Change the operating mode for a single terminal unit. 3. C. The operator shall be able to access the UC by connecting the POT to the secondary LAN at the space temperature sensor enclosure. The differential pressure transducer shall meet. The pressure differential transducers shall be on the UC. The sensors shall be an integral component of the UC. meeting the following requirements: 1. of the space temperature setpoints. Direct shaft mounting. Removable without the requirement to remove any ductwork or flexible connections. 2. 3. 2. Adequate torque to properly operate the damper from fully open to fully closed without binding. PI or PID algorithms shall maintain the system operation within + or . 3. The VAV box UC shall each have the capability of monitoring and controlling the following parameters for VAV terminal units: 1. Coordinate exact locations with Architectural Plans. for factory mounting.
Verify that the UC modulates the air duct dampers from fully open to fully closed and vice versa within the specified time and verify either visually or by feel that the damper closes fully under UC control. NN. 3. 7. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 52 of 85 . Minimum cooling flow rate setpoint. b. Unoccupied mode space temperature setpoints. Physically connect the UC into the BMS LAN. calibration and operational verification of the AC and terminal unit systems. RR. Assist the Air Balancing and MEP Specialists as required for the complete commissioning. Definition of terminal unit type. Terminal unit-UC LAN address.1 respectively. c. 4. The fully open position. a valet parking interface or no function. 5. UC shall be native BACnet or LonWorks controllers and shall comply with all of the requirements of ASHRAE SSPC/135 and ANSI/EIA-709. Set the air damper on a terminal unit to: a. Space temperature. Default operating schedules. 6. Air damper flow rate setpoints. d. Following the installation of the terminal unit in the ceiling space the BMS Specialist shall undertake the following tasks: 1. The maximum cooling flow rate setpoint. The BMS Specialist shall install data into the UC as necessary for the correct operation of the terminal unit including: 1. 2. 7. Verify that the terminal unit-UC is satisfactorily integrated into the BMS LAN. Verify that the operating sequences are correct and that there is stable modulation of the air damper. OO. 5. Airflow rate sensor. Change the operating mode for a group of terminal units. Occupied mode space temperature setpoints. 6. Control constants. Enter all parameters as detailed above. 4. the BMS Specialist shall calibrate on-site the instrumentation associated with the following monitored parameters: 1. Select the button to be an occupied/unoccupied switch. Engineering units conversion factors. The closed position. 6. 8. Change the schedules for a group of terminal units. 2. Other parameters as necessary to define the operation of the terminal unit in accordance with these specifications. 2.5. 10. 8. QQ. Change the schedules for a single terminal unit. 3. The POT shall be plug connectable at the space temperature sensor housing. 9. PP. Following installation of the terminal unit.
The BMS Specialist shall provide full documentation for the LonWorks controllers (if provided) including details of all SNVTs. The MEP Specialist shall install the valve. Temperature sensors for those FCU that have the temperature sensor located in the recirculation port. Temperature reported at the LCD shall have an accuracy of + or – 0. The BMS Specialist shall furnish the following components for each FCU to the MEP Specialist for installation by the MEP Specialist: 1. Enclosure shall be rugged plastic and shall be white. The BMS Specialist shall provide full documentation for the BACnet DCP including the PICS and details of all BIBBs and addresses.4 A. C.SS. Temperature reported at the OIW shall have an accuracy of + or – 0. Unitary controller.C. C. The sensor shall meet the following minimum requirements: 1. Provide a wall mounted space temperature sensor for the monitoring of the space temperature associated with the FCU. 24 Vac fan control relay interface. Each fan coil unit shall have a UC. The FCU manufacturer shall provide a suitably constructed enclosure with electrical barriers as required by the applicable codes and standards. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 53 of 85 . 5. B.5 Deg. Sensor shall have an LCD display. space temperature set point and fan speed. TT. 2. BMS CONTROLLERS: UNITARY CONTROLLER (UC): FAN COIL UNITS 4. UCPTs and External Interface Files (XIF) together with all addresses. Suitable mounting device for the temperature sensors for those FCU that have the temperature sensor located in the recirculation port. RTD or thermistor sensors. C. The functions displayed by LCD via selector button shall be space temperature. and the difference between the LCD and the OIW reported temperatures shall not differ by more than 0. 2. Cover shall be removable to allow access to the plug for the POT. 4. Multi-colour point to point wiring diagram detailing the wiring and tubing of the UC and other control equipment installed on the terminal devices. 2. Chilled water valve and actuator. trademarks or names on the enclosure and there shall be no evidence of their removal. The FCU manufacturer shall provide the following components for each fan coil unit for interface and mounting of the UC: 1. SCPTs.2 Deg. D. 24 Vac control transformer. There shall be no logos. Provide the FCU manufacturer with the following documentation to coordinate the mounting of the UC and related components: a. The number. b. type and location of FCU shall be as indicated on the Mechanical Drawings.5 Deg. 3. Written instructions and drawings containing sufficient information to enable the terminal unit manufacturer to undertake the installation satisfactorily. 4. 5. UNVTs. 3.
The temperature sensor enclosure shall be temporarily mounted alongside the FCU and shall be subsequently relocated as required by the fit-out design. Cooling coil valve. 4. I. UC for each production run shall be handed over to the MEP Specialist at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled shipment dates to the job-site. Written instructions and drawings containing sufficient information to enable the MEP Specialist to undertake the installation satisfactorily. Fan speed control selection (applicable only to those units with wall mounted enclosures having a setpoint reset capability) page 54 of 85 F. E. Provide the MEP Specialist with the following documentation within 2 weeks of receiving the request from the MEP Specialist: 1. G. The BMS Specialist shall provide a list of all FCU that shall have programmable thermostats. Wiring instructions for those units controlled by the intelligent thermostats. 3. The BMS Specialist shall periodically meet with the MEP Specialist to inspect the installation of the UC and to verify proper operation via a POT. The BMS Specialist shall enter all data into the UC at the site after the FCU has been installed. Multi-colour point to point wiring diagram detailing the wiring of the FCU controller and other control equipment installed on the terminal devices. 2. Space temperature. The MEP Specialist and the BMS Specialist shall both certify on the drawing that the drawing is correct and the drawing shall be submitted as a shop drawing for review by the Engineer. 3.6. The BMS Specialist shall provide a list of all FCU that shall have the temperature sensor located in the recirculation port. The BMS Specialist shall meet with the MEP Specialist before commencement of the UC installation and cabling to ensure that the proposed installation procedures are satisfactory. The UC shall monitor and control the following parameters for FCU: 1. H. Temperature sensor housings with LCD display shall be intelligent and shall communicate with their associated UC via a digital communications network over screened twisted pair cable or equivalent. 2. Obtain the FCU shipping dates from the MEP Specialist. Those temperature sensor enclosures that are wall mounted shall be located 1500 mm above finished floor level. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Fan on/off control. This communications network may use a proprietary protocol. Setpoint reset (applicable only to those units with wall mounted enclosures having a setpoint reset capability) 5. Coordinate exact locations with Architectural Plans. Enclosures associated with FCU that have speed control shall also incorporate speed selection buttons. 4. The enclosures shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval and shall be amended as instructed by the Engineer at no cost to the Employer. 8. J. The MEP Specialist shall prepare a drawing of the wiring for the UC and all associated instrumentation and final control elements based on the information provided by the BMS Specialist. 7.
via the POT when connected at the temperature sensor housing. Set the cooling coil valve to fully open and fully closed and any intermediate position. O. Definition of FCU type. 6. 2. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . 5. Enter all parameters that may not have been entered before shipment of the FCU to the site. Control constants. The BMS Specialist shall calibrate the space temperature sensor at the project site. Unoccupied space temperature setpoints. FCU-UC LAN address. Occupied space temperature setpoints.K. P. 7. Calibrate the temperature sensor. BIBBS. The operator shall be able to access the UC by connecting the POT to the UC LAN at the space temperature sensor enclosure. 3. 8. the operator shall be able to undertake the following functions via the HHWT when communicating with the BMS Management level Network. Verify that the UC modulates the cooling coil valve from fully open to fully closed and vice versa. At minimum. UC shall have opto-isolation or equivalent protection. 2. 6. C. It shall not be necessary for the operator to obtain access to the ceiling plenum in order to obtain an operator interface to the UC. All the data related to the UC shall be presented along with their respective BACnet object ID created in the system. of the space temperature setpoints. 6. addresses and method statements to read and write data page 55 of 85 M. Q. R. Other parameters as necessary to define the operation of the FCU in accordance with these specifications.5 Deg. Following the installation of the FCU the BMS Specialist shall undertake the following tasks: 1. The BMS Specialist shall provide interoperability documentation for the UC. Verify that the operating sequences are correct and that there is stable modulation of the cooling coil valve.0. UC shall be native BACnet or LonWorks controllers and shall comply with all of the requirements of ASHRAE SSPC/135 and ANSI/EIA-709. along with their PICS. The BMS Specialist shall install data into the UC on site as necessary for the correct operation of the FCU including: 1. Physically connect the UC into the BMS LAN. Change space temperature setpoints for a single FCU. PID algorithms shall maintain the system operation within + or . 3. 3. N. Change an alarm limit/value. Turn the fan on/off for a single FCU.1 respectively. 2. 5. Engineering units conversion factors. Change the schedules for a single FCU. 4. at the DCP and at the CCP and via any OIW: 1. 4. Change the operating mode for a single FCU. Default operating schedules. 5. L. Verify that the FCU-UC is satisfactorily integrated into the LAN. 4.
Prior to shipping any VAV/CAV terminal units to site. A full report must be submitted to the Engineer for approval before shipping the equipment. Chart this performance on a table indicating accuracy deviations and also chart on a graph (l/s or m3/s vs. 3. Record the flow rate setpoint. The Engineer may reject any result that is found to contradict the sub-contract requirements. damper position). verify that the controller can maintain space conditions at + or . % damper position) indicating lab and controller readings on the same graph. Verify all UC software parameters are provided to meet the specifications. UNITARY CONTROLLER COMPATBILITY TESTS FOR TERMINAL UNITS: A. in 25 Pa upward increments. 2. Vary the inlet static pressure from 400 Pa to 25 Pa in 25 Pa downward increments noting the same readings. 3. Inspect installation of damper actuator on the unit (Verify rigid installation. Verify the ability to provide complete shut off of the air-cooling damper. Inspect installation of cabling and sensor tubing from the Unitary Controller (UC) to end devices. 6. 2. 7.0. This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. UNVTs.5 Deg. Move the flexible air duct inlet (simulate a kink in the flexible ductwork) to verify there is not a requirement for straight lengths of ductwork to maintain airflow rate sensor accuracy. The BMS Specialist shall provide full documentation for the LonWorks controllers (if provided) including details of all SNVTs. S. Vary the inlet static pressure from 25 to 400Pa. Use at least six damper positions (lab reading vs. C. Set the air damper to maintain a fixed flow rate setpoint. page 56 of 85 4. 4. If cold air is available in a controlled and conditioned space. SCPTs. 5. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Inspect mounting of controller on unit. Verify the accuracy of the multipoint flow sensor is within specification tolerances at various air positions between the minimum and maximum ranges of the terminal unit. UCPTs and External Interface Files (XIF) together with all addresses. Verify the controller operation is stable at low flow inlet conditions (less than the multipoint flow sensor rated accuracy limit). the BMS Specialist and the VAV/CAV terminal unit manufacturer shall perform the tests and inspections detailed herein. UC Flow Rate Performance (VAV boxes only): 1. This may be part of the overall interoperability documentation. controller reading vs.via integration of the UC with another system in future. The LonWorks interoperability data shall also include their respective BACnet object ID generated in the system against their LonWorks SNVT/SCPT data and method statements to read and write data via integration of the UC with another system in future. Record minimum inlet velocity at which accurate sensor accuracy and control was maintained. C. Physical Inspection: 1.5 B. Verify accessibility for service after installation. Observe full open to full close stroking of actuator motor without binding. Plot the performance of this test to verify lack of hysterisis effects. Perform this test at minimum and maximum air-cooling flow rate setpoints. around the setpoint (VAV boxes only). and the laboratory reading at each setpoint. UC controller reading of airflow rate.
D. UC Electrical Performance: 1. Note if controller performance is affected. Reduce the input voltage on the UC slowly to witness at what voltage the UC will shut down and verify that the shut down was orderly. Reduce the input voltage on the UC to below 85% for an extended period. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 57 of 85 . 2. This shall require an oscilloscope. Increase the input voltage on the UC slowly to witness at what voltage the UC will reenable itself and verify that the restart was orderly. 3. electrical noise is not induced back into the electrical system. 4. Verify that during the operation of the UC.
The Third Party Supplier scope shall include the following: 1. 4. as well as complete documentation and information required for the mapping THIRD PARTY INTEGRATION TESTS A. OPC. Map the BACNet Object IDs as received from the Third Party System Supplier to the BMS 3. 2. The interface between the BMS and each third party ELV building system shall be demonstrated. Map the BACNet Object IDs as received from the BMS supplier to the third Party Controller. Provide the Gateway that shall provide a native BACNet/IP to third party ELV building system only if the third party ELV building system does not provide data in a BACNet Object format meeting all of the requirements of ASHRAE standard SSPC 135. C. 5. B. 3.PART 5 . The tests shall be fully coordinated by the mechanical contractor who shall liaise with each party concerned. Provide the Third Party System Supplier with the BACNet Objects IDs of Objects to be transferred to the Third Party System. and LonWorks.1 A. The third party ELV building system shall have a communications port and shall exchange information with the Management Level Network in a BACNet/IP format. E. as well as complete documentation and information required for the mapping. 2. Connect the Gateway if provided to the Third Party System. Provide to the BMS supplier the BACNet Objects IDs of all BACNet Objects that are to be transferred to the BMS. N2. It shall be conclusively demonstrated that a BMS workstation on the Management Level Network can communicate with the third party system and vice versa.THIRD PARTY INTERFACES 5. Provide the physical link (cable & necessary accessories) between the Communication Control Panel (CCP) and the Third Party System Gateway or directly to the Third Party System Data Port if third party ELV building system provides data in a BACNet Object format meeting all of the requirements of ASHRAE standard SSPC 135. At minimum the third party protocols shall include Modbus.2 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 58 of 85 . D. 5. Provide third party controller with a communication data port necessary for the data exchange with the BMS. JBus. The BMS Supplier Scope shall include the following: 1. GENERAL The CCP used for third party systems integration shall be software programmable gateways that shall provide a native BACNet/IP to third party ELV building system gateway if the third party ELV building system does not provide data in a BACNet Object format meeting all of the requirements of ASHRAE standard SSPC 135.
12. 19. All data communicated from the third party system to the Management Level Network is in the form of BACnet Objects that comply completely with ASHRAE SSPC/135. All mapped points are identical with regard to value. page 59 of 85 B. Oil Compressor Status (Monitoring Point). Motor Safety (Monitoring Point).3 A. All points mapped from the third party system to the Management Level Network meet all of the specifications detailed in the BMS specifications for points directly monitored/controlled by the BMS. Evaporator Temperature (monitoring point). 4. 18. Motor Run Status (Monitoring Point). 8. 9. Gear Pressure (monitoring point). 5. The chiller system controller/BMS Automation Level interface shall. Both systems restart and communications between the two systems resume following a power failure without operator intervention. at minimum. 17. at minimum. that: 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . 11. 2. 13. Flow Safety (Monitoring Point). Leaving Chilled Water Temperature (monitoring point). All data points mapped from the Management Level Network to the third party system are displayed correctly on the third party system monitor. The testing of the interface between the Management Level Network and the third party system shall verify. 5. the engineering units and significant digits on the third party system and the BMS workstation. enable the following data to be transferred from the chiller system controller to the BMS at the Automation Level Network (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. Gear Oil Temperature (Monitoring Point). Rear Thrust Bearing Temperature (Monitoring Point). 3.B. 4. Evaporator Pressure (monitoring point). 6. 16. The chiller system controller shall supervise all of the chiller unit controllers and shall have a data port for the exchange of information with the BMS Automation Level. 7. 6. 15. Entering Chilled Water Temperature (monitoring point). Gear Box Low Temperature Setting (Monitoring Point). Evaporator Differential Pressure (monitoring point). Each chiller shall have a microprocessor based unit controller. Pre-Alarm (Monitoring Point). Bearing Pressure (monitoring point). 14. INTERFACE BETWEEN BMS AND CHILLERS 5. 10. 3. Auxiliary Oil Pressure (monitoring point). Suction Temperature (monitoring point). Gear Box High Temperature Setting (Monitoring Point). A chiller system controller shall communicate with the individual chiller unit controllers. Front Thrust Bearing Temperature (Monitoring Point). 2. Communications speed between the two systems is satisfactory.
Generator set high water temperature 4. Condenser Water Pump Alarm Status (Monitoring Point). cycling or safety shutdowns for each chiller Any other information available from the chiller system controller as selected by the Employer. C. B. High oil temperature 9. Generator set overcrank alarm 7.4 A. Shutdown/cycling messages Record of last 4No. the following monitoring information to be transferred to the Management Level Network (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. 2. Condenser Water Pump Run Status (Monitoring Point). Generator set battery voltage 6. Generator set engine oil pressure 3. enable the following data to be transferred from the BMS Automation Level to the chiller system controller (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. 24. Current Limit (Control Point).20. 30. Chilled water supply temperature setpoint reset. The digital communications interface between the emergency generator monitoring and control system and the Management level Network shall enable. 25. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE BMS AND THE EMERGENCY GENERATORS 5. Chiller demand limit reset. Generator set bearing temperature alarm 12. 27. 23. The chiller system controller/BMS Automation Level interface shall. Generator set engine run status 13. 28. 22. Generator set winding temperature alarm 11. Chilled Water Pump Run Status (Monitoring Point). Low fuel pressure alarm 10. Chilled Water Supply Temperature Reset (Control Point). Leaving Condenser Water Temperature (Monitoring Point). at minimum. at minimum. 31. 21. Generator set summary alarm (If available at the generator control centre the BMS subcontractor may alternatively monitor this point via a volt free contact) 2. Chilled Water Pump Alarm (Monitoring Point). Generator set overspeed alarm 8. 26. Generator set low fuel level 5. Low coolant level alarm BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 60 of 85 . Cooling tower fan status. 29. Entering Condenser Water Temperature (Monitoring Point). The emergency generator shall have a microprocessor based monitoring and control system with a data port to enable the exchange of information with the Management level Network.
Zone of incidence 4. 27. 24. 25. Time 2. The FAS shall be on its own wide area network. The communication shall be unidirectional from the FAS to the Management Level Network only. The digital communications interface between the emergency generator monitoring and control system and the Management level Network shall enable. 19. return to normal or Fire Alarm System fault. Any other information available from the diesel generator controller as selected by the Employer. 17. C. page 61 of 85 B. Generator set loss of field alarm Engine fail to start alarm Engine speed Flue gas temperature Phase-to-phase and phase-to neutral voltages Phase-to-phase currents Neutral current Frequency Load (kW) Demand (kVA) Power factor kWh supplied Hours run Load shed priority signal. Date 3. at minimum. 16. D. 22. as detailed in the Part titled “Equipment Restart Following a Fire Alarm” in this Section of the documents. 15. 28.5 A. 26. C. 23. 5. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . the following monitoring information to be transferred from the Management Level Network to the emergency generator controller INTERFACE BETWEEN THE BMS AND THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 5. 20. The BMS shall automatically shut down all VAV and CAV terminal units and FCU serving the zone of incidence in the event of a fire alarm and shall automatically restart equipment following a return to normal message. 18. The Fire Alarm System shall be microprocessor based and shall have a data port to enable the transfer of information to the Management level Network.14. There shall be no transfer of data from the Management Level Network to the Fire Alarm System. The start and end of any message shall be uniquely identified and the message shall indicate the following information at minimum: 1. Indication of whether it is a fire alarm. In the event of a fire the Fire Alarm System shall communicate a list of all equipment shut down and started by the Fire Alarm System. 21.
2. 5. 4. at minimum. Current demand. The interface between the meter and the Management Level Network shall enable. at minimum. Lighting load (kW) for each zone. D. 3. Monitor zone lighting levels. The BMS shall generate an alarm if the status of any equipment differs from that communicated by the Fire Alarm System to the Management Level Network. Watt-hours. The interface between the VSD controller and the Management level Network shall enable. 4. Lighting relay on and off control for each zone. B. Peak current. the following information to be transferred from the meter to the Management Level network: 1. Start/stop control signal. 2. The Computer Room A/C unit controller shall be microprocessor based and shall have a data port to enable the exchange of data between the BMS Automation Level and the Computer Room A/C unit controller. 6. three phase total. 3. Any other information available from the lighting controller as selected by the Employer. 2. at minimum. Lighting consumption (kWh) for each zone. The interface between the lighting controller and the Management level Network shall enable. the following information to be transferred from the lighting controller to the Management Level Network (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. 5. 2. at minimum. Speed control signal. Ascertain the lighting status (on/off) and dimming status of any lighting zone. Change the schedule for any lighting zone. 5. RMS Voltage phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral. The lighting controller shall be microprocessor based and shall have a data port to enable the exchange of information with the Management Level Network.E.7 A. INTERFACE BETWEEN THE BMS AND THE LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS 5. The interface between the lighting controller and the Management level Network shall enable. INTERFACE BETWEEN BMS AND COMPUTER ROOM A/C UNITS C. Watts per phase and three-phase total. Set zone lighting levels. the following information to be transferred to the lighting controller from the Management Level Network (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . page 62 of 85 B. the following information to be transferred from the Management Level Network to the VSD controller (SPECIFIER TO AMEND AS NECESSARY): 1. 4. 3. RMS Current per phase. Lighting relay status for each individual relay.6 A.
Stainless steel probe of length between one-third and two-thirds of the duct width. 3. KVA demand. C. KVARH Lead. 100 or 1.5 Deg. Monitored temperature to be reported with an accuracy of 0. PART 6 .1 A. KVAR demand. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: DUCT MOUNTED – SINGLE POINT Provide duct mounted. 12. Power factor per phase and three-phase total. F). (1. 2.7. Any other information available from the metering system as selected by the Employer. Watt demand. BETWEEN THE BMS AND LOW VOLTAGE HARDWIRED INTERFACE SWITCHEBOARD The BMS shall have the following hardwired interfaces with the low voltage switchboards: 1. 15. temperature sensor as follows: 1. Peak readings for watts. 2. 5. 9. 3.00375 ohm/ohm/Deg. F. KVARH Lag.2 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 63 of 85 . Where necessary to meet monitoring accuracy requirements provide a 3-wire or 4-wire configuration. Duct mounted moisture/waterproof housing with conduit fitting. at minimum.8 A. 16. (32 Deg. 14.). KVA and KVAR.0 Deg. F to 122 Deg. Open. 10. Temperature sensors shall meet. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: DUCT MOUNTED – AVERAGING TYPE B. Power factor average. Temperature range of 0 Deg.000 ohm platinum RTD with a minimum temperature coefficient of resistance of 0. 6. 11. 6. 4.FIELD INSTUMENTATION: INPUT DEVICES 6. Provide necessary instrumentation. ON and OFF control of all circuit breakers in the MDBs and the SMDBs. single point. 8. 18. 17. the following requirements: 1. C. In ducts greater than 1m2 in cross-sectional area if there is no heating coil and no cooling coil and no mixing of air flows of different temperatures upstream. 2. C. 13. kW reading for all feeders of all MDBs and SMDBs. closed and trip status for all feeder circuit breakers of all MDBs and SMDBs. In ducts less than 1 m2 in cross-sectional area. KVAR per phase and three-phase total. KVA per phase and three-phase total. C. 5. Provide a two wire 4-20 mA RTD transmitter. Frequency. to 50 Deg.
Location shall be selected by the Engineer.. 4.000 ohm platinum RTD with a minimum temperature coefficient of resistance of 0. name or thermometer on casing.C.0 Deg. Monitored temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 0. 6.). C.5 A. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: WALL MOUNTED – PUBLIC SPACES B. 5.000 ohm at 25 Deg. to 60 Deg.). Sensor shall have and LCD display. Copper sheathed construction.000 ohm platinum RTD with a minimum temperature coefficient of resistance of 0. (77 Deg. F.C.0 Deg. Temperature sensors shall meet. F. 3. Provide a two wire 4-20 mA RTD transmitter where required 6. Temperature range of 10 Deg.5 Deg. to 50 Deg. Suitable supports at all bends and at intermediate points to prevent movement in the air stream.00375 ohm/ohm/Deg. 8. C. 4. Provide wall mounted temperature sensor that meet the requirements for temperature sensors as specified in section: "BMS CONTROLLERS: UNITARY CONTROLLER: FAN COIL UNITS CONTROLLERS". the following requirements: 1. whichever is greater.3 A. C. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 64 of 85 . Provide wall mounted temperature sensor that meet the requirements for temperature sensors as specified in section: "BMS CONTROLLERS: UNITARY CONTROLLER: VAV TERMINAL UNITS". F to 122 Deg. Provide duct mounted. at minimum. 100 or 1. 3. Duct mounted moisture/waterproof housing with conduit fitting.) thermistor or 100/1. Provide a two wire 4-20 mA RTD transmitter. No sensor shall be mounted until the Employer gives specific location instructions. 7. 7. Temperature range of 0 Deg. F. C. (one linear foot per square foot) of duct cross-sectional area. C.. 6. Probe length of 3. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: WALL MOUNTED – VAV APPLICATIONS 6. Monitored temperature to be reported with an accuracy of 1.) 5. (1. F. 10. Provide wall mounted temperature sensor that meet the following: 1. White protective enclosure. In ducts greater than 1 m2 in cross-sectional area. 2. C.25m per m2. temperature sensor as follows: 1.0 Deg. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: WALL MOUNTED – FCU APPLICATIONS 6. (32 Deg.66m (12 feet) minimum or 3.4 A. C. 2. (2. averaging. Where necessary to meet monitoring accuracy requirements provide a 3-wire or 4-wire configuration. There shall be no manufacturer's logos.A.00375 ohm/ohm/Deg.
8 A. 3. to 50 Deg. at minimum.C. at minimum. C. 4-20 mA output proportional to relative humidity range of 0% to 100%. the following requirements: 1. 3.F.) accuracy. 100 or 1. Moisture/waterproof housing with conduit fitting. 4. at minimum. page 65 of 85 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM .F and 90 Deg. 9. the following requirements: 1.F. a. Sensors required for the determination of temperature differential shall be matched with a maximum variation over the entire temperature range of 0. Duct mount moisture resistant enclosure with conduit fitting. 4-20 mA output proportional to relative humidity range of 0% to 100%. Provide a two wire 4-20 mA RTD transmitter where required with a temperature range that is appropriate for the application. (0. Range for hot water shall be selected such that it is between 30 Deg.95% RH). 2.) at the low end and 2) Between +40 Deg.C. 4. 3. Humidity sensor shall be replaceable. 5.C. b. RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR: DUCT MOUNTED A. There shall be no manufacturer's logos.). (0. at minimum.6 A. Duct mounted relative humidity sensors shall meet. the following requirements: 1. and 50 Deg. 2.F. and +50 Deg.C. and +41 Deg. F. BMS shall report the monitored temperature with an accuracy of 0. Two wire. 6.) 6. F.WALL MOUNTED Wall mounted relative humidity sensors shall meet. 2% accuracy (5 .(+104 Deg.) above and below the hot water temperature range.5 Deg. TEMPERATURE SENSOR: THERMOWELL MOUNTED Thermowell mounted temperature sensors shall meet.F.C.95% RH). C. Two wire. 5. (+32 Deg. F to 122 Deg. C. Humidity sensor shall be replaceable. 4. Where necessary to meet monitoring accuracy requirements provide a 3-wire or 4-wire configuration. and +122 Deg. 2. RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR: INDOOR AIR .F. Range for chilled water and condenser water applications shall be: 1) Between 0 Deg. 6.25 Deg.C. (54 Deg. Operating temperature range of O Deg. name or thermometer on casing. 7. 8 inch probe length. C.F.2 Deg.7 6. Stainless steel thermowell. and +5 Deg. 8. Rigid stainless steel probe of length which is. 2% accuracy (5 .00375 ohm/ohm/Deg.C.1 Deg.000 ohm platinum RTD with a minimum temperature coefficient of resistance of 0.6. Provided with thermal grease to aid temperature sensing. 20% of the pipe width. Wall mount enclosure with white cover. (32 Deg.) at the upper end.
4-20 mA output proportional to minimum wet bulb temperature range of -7 Deg. 4-20 mA output proportional to minimum dry bulb temperature range of -29 Deg. to +49 Deg. Sensor shall have a solar screen. to +49 Deg.). Wet bulb temperature/dry bulb sensors shall meet.C. (32 Deg. to +120 Deg. to +120 Deg. F. C.C.C. at minimum. Stainless steel probe with an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing.F. 4-20 mA output proportional to minimum wet bulb temperature range of -7 Deg. to +120 Deg. Two wire. the following requirements: 1. (1. COMBINATION RELATIVE HUMIDITY & TMPERATURE SENSOR: DUCT MOUNTED Provide a combination wet bulb temperature and dry bulb temperature sensor for duct mounting. 3. COMBINATION RELATIVE HUMIDITY & TEMPERATURE SENSORS: INSIDE AIR Provide a combination wet bulb temperature and dry bulb temperature sensor for duct mounting.). C.9 A.C.).). 6. to +120 Deg. (-20 Deg. 2. F to 122 Deg.). to +49 Deg. at minimum. (-20 Deg. Two wire.F. Two wire. Monitored dry bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 0.C. (+20 Deg. 4. the following requirements: 1. COMBINATION RELATIVE HUMIDITY & TEMPERATURE SENSORS: OUTSIDE AIR Provide a combination wet bulb temperature and dry bulb temperature sensor for exterior wall mounting. at minimum. 4-20 mA output proportional to minimum dry bulb temperature range of -29 Deg. to +120 Deg.).). Two wire. 3. Monitored wet bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 3% of reading.0 Deg. 4. 3.C. (1.F.).10 A.C. (+20 Deg.C. C. 6.F.).F. 5. F. to +120 Deg. (-20 Deg.F. F. Two wire.0 Deg. Monitored wet bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 3% of reading. the following requirements: 1. to +49 Deg.F. Monitored dry bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 0.C.5. 6. 2.5 Deg. Two wire. 6.C. (+20 Deg. to +49 Deg.11 A.F. to 50 Deg. C. Probe shall be a minimum of 200mm. to +49 Deg.5 Deg.F. Web bulb temperature/dry bulb sensors shall meet. 6. 4-20 mA output proportional to minimum dry bulb temperature range of -29 Deg. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 66 of 85 . Wet bulb temperature/dry bulb sensors shall meet. Stainless steel probe with an IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing.F. Operating temperature range of O Deg.F. 2. Stainless steel probe with an IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing.F.C.C. 5. 4-20 mA output proportional to minimum wet bulb temperature range of -7 Deg.
1% Full scale output accuracy 4. Input range shall be appropriate for the application. 6. 4-20mA. 1% accuracy of range 4.4. For medium pressure duct use a range of 0 to 1500Pa (0 to 6” wc.14 A. Input range of 0 to 1400 kPa. 6. Typically: a. 0-5 or 0-10Vdc output proportional to pressure input range compatible with BMS system.) 2. 7. page 67 of 85 6. the following requirements: 1. Monitored wet bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 3% of reading. 4-20 mA output proportional to water pressure. 0. 2. STATIC PRESSURE SENSOR: DUCT MOUNTED Duct mounted static pressure sensors shall meet.5 Deg. C. Input range of –50 to +50 Pa. 5.2” wc. F.) b. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . integral non-interacting zero adjustment. Operating temperature range of 0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF). integral non-interacting zero adjustment. 4-20mA. unit shall meet. Select range such that it covers from zero duct static pressure relative to the exterior of the duct up to a static pressure of between 20% and 50% in excess of the maximum static pressure that could be encountered in the duct relative to the duct exterior. Minimum over pressure input protection of two times rated input or 7 kpa (20 psi) whichever is greater.12 A. Monitored dry bulb temperature shall be reported with an accuracy of 0. 5.13 A. 6.). STATIC PRESSURE SENSOR: SPACE Space mounted static pressure sensors shall be designed for room pressure monitoring applications with all electrical and pressure connection on back of unit. (1.2” to + 0. at minimum. 0-5 or 0-10Vdc output proportional to pressure input range compatible with BMS system. 3.) c. the following requirements: 1. Minimum over pressure input protection of two times rated input or 7 kpa (20 psi) whichever is greater. For low pressure duct consider using a range of 0 to 500Pa (0 to 2” wc.5% accuracy of range. I addition. Easily accessible. (-0. 3. at minimum.0 Deg. 3. 6. 5.). For high-pressure duct use a range of 0 to 2500 Pa (0 to 10” wc. 2. Operating temperature range of 0ºC to 60ºC (32ºF to 140ºF). LCD Display STATIC PRESSURE SENSOR: WATER Pressure sensors shall meet the following requirements: 1. Easily accessible.
MULTIPOINT AVERAGING AIRFLOW MEASURING STATION – DUCTS. Cast aluminium an IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing. Typically 0 to 500pa (0-2” wc) range for low-pressure commercial duct. 6. 6. Output shall be 4-20mA. for example. Remember that if the sensor is used for the control of a chilled water bypass and is located across. 4. PLENUMS. 7. Select range as required. at minimum. 7. Over pressure protection of five times the rated input. Easily accessible. C. at minimum. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR – AIR (FILTER/COIL MONITORING) Differential pressure sensors shall meet.16 A.15 A.). 6.4. F to 100 Deg. 11. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . F. 2. the following requirements: 1. (32 Deg.25 percent of full scale. FAN INLETS. integral non-interacting zero and span adjustment. 0-10Vdc or 0-5Vdc output proportional to pressure input range compatible with BMS. Output of 4-20 mA proportional to the pressure sensed. Construction of pressure transmitter and associated components shall be rated for at least twice the maximum static pressure. 6. to 38 Deg. integral non-interacting zero and span adjustment. 3. the following requirements: page 68 of 85 6. C. Valved tappings shall be installed by the Mechanical contractor. 9. Operating temperature range of 0 DEG C to 60 DEG C (32 DEG F to 140 DEG F). 5. 2. Accuracy of 2% of full-scale reading. taking into consideration pressure drop across filter or coil. the pressure drop of both the coil and the associated valve at full design flow have to be taken into account. the following requirements: 1. Over pressure input protection of two times rated input. With LCD display DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SENSOR . 5. 4. at minimum. Select range such that it covers from zero differential pressure up to a differential static pressure of between 20% and 50% in excess of the maximum static pressure that could be encountered. 10. Stainless steel wetted parts. Temperature range of 0 Deg.WATER Water differential pressure sensors shall meet. Burst pressure of 5 times rated input Long-term stability of .17 A. a chilled water AHU coil. Easily accessible. Multipoint averaging airflow measuring station shall meet. An IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing. 3. Operating range shall be suitable for the application. Furnish the valves to the Mechanical contractor. 8.
An IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing. 2. With LCD display. C. Temperature range of -18 Deg C to 60 Deg C (0 Deg F to 140 Deg F). 6. at minimum. SPDT switch rated for 10 amps minimum at 120 Vac.0% over entire range. For low pressure commercial duct use a range of 0 to 500pa (0 to 2 inches w. 4.20 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Local display gauge. 8. 6. End to end accuracy not to exceed 1. 7.). Typically: a. integral non-interacting zero an span adjustment. at minimum. 2. 7. Output signal of 4-20 mA proportional to input pressure. the following requirements: 1.g. 5% accuracy of the measured value. 4. Manual reset.19 A.AIR Air differential pressure sensors shall meet. Integral signal integrator to minimize primary signal to noise from the output signal. 316 stainless steel body. LIQUID LEVEL FLOAT SWITCH page 69 of 85 6. 6.g. the following requirements: 1. For medium pressure duct use a range of 0 to 1500Pa (0 to 6 inches w. pressure of the system in which it is installed. (0 Deg. 7. Sensing grid shall be of stainless steel construction. Sensor and sensor measuring flow range shall be appropriate for the application. Select range such that it covers from zero duct static pressure relative to the exterior of the duct up to a static pressure of between 20% and 50% in excess of the maximum static pressure that could be encountered in the duct relative to the duct exterior. 3. Deadband adjustment. C. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCH .g. 9. Temperature range of -18 Deg. Over pressure input protection to a minimum of five (5) times rated input. F. to 71 Deg.WATER Water differential pressure switches shall meet. 6. sensor housing and mounting brackets. to 160 Deg. Sensor tubing shall be connected or removed without removing ductwork. For high pressure duct use a range of 0 to 2500Pa (0 to 10 inches w. into a 600 OHM load. Switches used for filter differential pressures shall also have a display of the monitored differential pressure. 5. Easily accessible. 4.) c. Multipoint averaging flow sensor complete with sensor.18 A. Setpoint trip adjustment with scale to indicate setting.) 6. 2. 3. Internal materials of the transducer shall be suitable for contact with air. 3. F. Range to be coordinated with the chilling unit manufacturer. 5. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCH .) b. 5.1. The differential pressure transducer shall be rated to withstand the maximum rated.
Pulse output proportional to flowrate. 2% accuracy of actual reading from 0. 7. 11 amp current @ 240 VAC. 8. 11.INSERTION TYPE Turbine flowmeter shall meet. C. Operating pressure of 180 kPa.4 to 20 ft/s.) peak. C. 24±4 VDC @ 90 mA supply voltage. F. the following requirements: 1. ELECTROMAGNETIC FLOWMETER Electromagnetic flowmeter shall meet. Insertion type with dual turbine blades. 9. SPDT type.4 to 20 ft/s. 2% accuracy of actual reading from 0. TURBINE WATER FLOWMETER . Insertion type with dual turbine blades.BI-DIRECTIONAL . 10. (200 Deg. 3. C. Rated for as necessary to withstand the maximum pressure of the system. to 50 Deg. 6. (32 Deg. F. 6. 11. F. 5.23 A. Turndown ratio of 30:1. Stainless steel insertion probe with non-metallic rotors. at minimum. TURBINE WATER FLOWMETER – UNI-DIRECTIONAL .21 A. 10. 3. 2. (180 Deg.22 A. Pulse output proportional to flowrate. the following requirements: 1. 7. the following requirements: 1. Operating temperature of 0 Deg. Wall mounted local flowrate display panel to indicate instantaneous flowrate. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Temperature range-standard: 82 Deg. F.). 4. 24 ± 4 VDC @ 30 mA. DC linearity of 0.C.INSERTION TYPE Turbine flowmeter shall meet. Suitable for maximum flowrate in line. 5. at minimum.1% of span. 2. to 71 Deg. 93 Deg. 8. hermetically sealed mercury switch. 13 amp running current @ 120 VAC. Suitable for maximum flowrate in line. Combined linearity and repeatability not to exceed 1. PVC cable. the following requirements: page 70 of 85 6. 6. 9. Stainless steel insertion probe with non-metallic rotors. Rated for as necessary to withstand the maximum pressure of the system. 5. 4. 6. at minimum. 3.) continuous. 2. Turndown ratio of 30:1. to 160 Deg. Polypropylene float. Liquid level float switches shall meet. 4. C. Bi-directional flow. Suitable for temperatures in the range of 0 Deg.5 percent.A. at minimum.C.
24 A. 2.1. 3. 9. 5. the following requirements: 1. Construction of flowmeter and associated components shall be rated for at least twice the maximum static pressure.e. 12.25 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 71 of 85 . coil frequency. 4. Microprocessor-based. 7. Reverse polarity protected and output limited. 2. 0-10 or 0-5 Vdc output proportional to current draw. Accuracy of better than 1%. No moving parts. at minimum. Carbon steel body. gain settings) as well as user defined parameters on site. 50/60 Hz operation. All menu advice and commands shall be visible on this display. 10. VOLTAGE SENSING RELAY (TYPE VS-01) 6. 4-20 mA output. Power consumption shall not exceed 20 VA. 5. 3. Full lugged flanged. This memory shall facilitate automatic transfer of pre-programmed data to new electronics in the event of a transmitter fault. The flow meter shall have a switching power supply having an operating range from 77265 VAC 50 Hz (12-60 VDC). 4-20 mA. with a character. Flow meter shall distinguish between direction of fluid flow. The meter shall feature non-volatile sensor memory (EEPROM)) which shall contain all the characteristics of the sensor (i. (-20 Deg F to 120 Deg F). 4. 2 line 16 digit backlit display. Accuracy shall better than 5% of flowrate over a 33:1 turndown at all flow rates above 1 fps. calibration factors. CURRENT METERING SENSOR Current monitoring shall meet. 6. The integrally mounted meter housing and flow meter sensor with a an IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing. The flow meter shall be suitable for operation at temperatures from -40 Deg F to 200 Deg F and at pressures from full vacuum to 2100 kPa. 6. Flow meter transmitter shall be furnished in -an IP54 to BS 60529 transmitter housing for an interior application and an IP65 to BS 60529 housing for an exterior housing. The alphanumeric display shall indicate userdefined flow units and flowrate. without requiring renewed calibration/programming. 8. 11. The flow sensor coil housing shall be steel and withstand 3500 kPa external pressure in all conditions. 14. 13. Operating temperature range of 0 Deg C to 70 Deg C. Electronics shall be remote mounted within the central plant either wall or column mounted adjacent to the bypass piping area.
Rated for the appropriate voltage and frequency. 40 mA as suitable for the application. Operating temperature range of -29 Deg.).1% of setpoint. Pin type terminals.A. (-20 Deg. Operating temperature range of -29 Deg.26 A. 3. Located in the DCP. Rated for a minimum of ten (10) million mechanical operations and a minimum of 500. The output relay shall have an accessible trip adjustment over its complete operating range.).000 electrical operations. 6. 4.5% of FS voltage.28 A. Dustproof ABS plastic housing. Malfunction of an BMS component shall cause the controlled output to fail to the positions identified in the failure procedure within the operating sequences. Output to the BMS of 4-20mA proportional to voltage for each of the 3 phases. 2. to 49 Deg. CONTROL RELAYS – MOMENTARY Momentary Relays shall meet. 0. 8. 5. Provide complete isolation between the control circuit and the digital output. Coil ratings of 120 VAC. F. 3. at minimum. to 120 Deg. Automatic reset with adjustable reset delay. to 49 Deg. 2. 7. 5. C. UC or other local enclosures. phase reversal and low voltage. Voltage sensing relays shall continuously monitor 3-phase power lines for phase loss. 0. 6. Accuracy .27 A. F. 7. (-20 Deg. 4. VOLTAGE METERING SENSOR – 3 PHASE Voltage monitoring (phase-to-phase (or line-to-neutral) voltage) of 3 phase electrical systems shall meet. F. page 72 of 85 6. the following requirements: 1. time and hold rating as required for individual applications. 2. the following requirements: 1. C. at minimum. CONTROL RELAYS – LATCHING Latching Relays shall meet. Accuracy . BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . Pickup rating. Voltage sensing relays shall meet. Transient protection . at minimum. 10 amp contact rating. 3. 6. 2. Provide complete isolation between the control circuit and the digital output. 4. Adjustable trip delay. C. Relay shall have over current and over voltage protection. 3. at minimum. 6.2500 VRMS for 10 ms. Located in the DCP. the following requirements: 1. F. 10 amp contact rating. 50 mA or 10-30 VAC/VDC. to 120 Deg. the following requirements: 1. 4. C. UC or other local enclosures.
Valve schedules shall be submitted for review and shall clearly show the following for each valve: page 73 of 85 B. Valves shall have the manufacturer's name and the pressure rating clearly marked on the outside of the body. relief valves. temperature and pressure and. Screwed ends shall comply with BS 21:1985 (Specification for pipe threads for tubes and fittings where pressuretight joints are made on the threads . Provide details of the manufacturer's installation requirements to the MEP Specialist. All other valves such as check valves.5. Valves 63mm (2. at minimum. manually operated valves. Flanges. pressure reducing valves. flange. gaskets and bolting materials shall meet the appropriate BSI requirements.1 A.5 inch to 2 inches) shall have screwed ends. shall be furnished and installed by the MEP Specialist. Coordinate the valve body type and pipe connections with the mechanical trade. Flanged valves shall be furnished complete with companion flanges. Valves shall comply with BS 5793 and BS EN 60534. Refer to the Mechanical plans and drawings and to the control drawings which form part of these sub-contract documents for the design conditions on which to base sizing and ratings of the valves and their actuators. D. self regulating valves. The complete valve shall be rated for a temperature that shall be at least 50 deg. VALVES GENERAL Furnish all valves controlled by the BMS as detailed in the mechanical trade documents and as indicated on the control drawings which form part of these sub-contract documents. weld. J. (90 deg. shall have a 16 bar rating. F. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . the valve shall be rated for a higher pressure. Valves shall be suitable for continuous throttling. The Manufacturer shall certify that each complete valve is suitable for and meets all relevant standards for the application. Verify and certify that the materials of construction of the pipe. The MEP Specialist shall install valves. gaskets and bolting materials. LED status indication. bolts and valve will not cause any galvanic corrosion. etc. C. F. I. All valves shall be rated appropriately for the fluid. Valves of similar types shall be by the same manufacturer. H. Valves 13mm to 50mm (0. G.metric dimensions). Where this is not possible manufacturer's name and valve pressure rating shall be engraved on a minimum 50mm (2 inch) diameter stainless steel tag that shall be attached to the valve by a chain in such a manner that it cannot be unintentionally removed. E. C. PART 7 . The complete valve (body and trim) shall be rated for a pressure that is at least 50% greater than the maximum pressure to which it will be exposed. Where noted in this Section.) greater than the maximum temperature to which it will be exposed.FIELD INSTUMENTATION: VALVES AND VALVES ACTUATORS 7.5 inches) and larger shall have flanged ends. except those for instrumentation.
7.5 as defined by the relationship: N=P1/(P1+P2). Actuator manufacturer and model number. K. 11. 4.g. 8. a coil. carbon steel. Angle valves shall only be furnished where the piping configuration does not permit the use of a straight valve. L.and pressure drop at design conditions and Valve authority. heat exchanger. In particular. Valve trim shall be stainless steel. C. Valve size and line size. The BMS Specialist shall certify that the materials of construction are appropriate for the application. two way. TWO WAY CONTROL VALVES M. Leakage rate.. isolation valves. Maximum pressure shut-off capability.2 A. D. Where necessary to achieve the required performance and pressure drop a control valve may be sized up to two nominal sizes below line size. Provide two-way globe control valves as indicated on the mechanical trade documents. 9. Valve configuration (e. three way. Normally open/closed and failure positions. ceramic filled PTFE or equivalent and must assure tight seating. 6. 3. flow rate and pressure drop across the valve at design conditions and pressure drop across the associated mechanical equipment. Associated system. P2= pressure drop across the remainder of the circuit (e. valves used for the control of glycol solutions shall have a trim that is suitable for a glycol solution.g. butterfly).g. Manufacturer and model number. N. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 74 of 85 . DRV. Valve shall be straight pattern type. 5.1.. 7. Valve bodies shall be cast iron. etc. strainers) Valve shall be capable of tight shut-off when operating at system pressure with the system pump operating at shut-off head. where: a. Valve seats shall be metal. Flow rate. Valve body pressure and temperature rating. flow coefficient (CV) . P1= pressure drop across the fully open valve. Leakage rate shall not exceed 0. B. coil.01% of the rated valve capacity. Valve seats shall be replaceable. Pressure drop shall not exceed 35 kPa and shall conform to the following requirements: 1. 2. stainless steel or bronze subject to requirements for valve body pressure and temperature rating and suitability of material for application. b. at design conditions. e. 10. Valves shall be selected such that the valve authority (N) shall not be less than 0.
E. Ball type valve 2. Double seat valves shall not be furnished. The kv of the valve shall not deviate from the stated characteristic curve by more than ±10%. Valve manufacturer shall guarantee zero leakage to the shaft. B. shall be 316 stainless steel. 7. D. Valve body shall be 316 stainless steel page 75 of 85 E. Suitable for continuous throttling. J. F. the BMS subcontractor shall furnish valves for installation by the mechanical trade. To facilitate this. which is provided for the monitoring of parameters associated with liquid in pipes or tanks. The butterfly valve manufacturer shall certify compliance with bubble tight shut-off requirements at a differential pressure not less than the full rated design working pressure and temperature specified with the downstream flange removed with flow in either direction. Instrumentation. VALVES FOR INSTRUMENTATION A. Actual valve kvs values shall not deviate from the quoted kvs value by more than ±10%. Valve shall have a minimum rangeability of 50:1. Valves shall be single seat globe type.4 B. H. G. F. Two-port valves when used in liquid applications systems not detailed above shall have a linear / linear characteristic.3 A. Two-port valves when used to control heater and cooler batteries shall have an equal percentage or modified parabolic characteristic. Where indicated in the Mechanical Trade documents provide linked butterfly valves that shall comprise two butterfly valves meeting the above requirements mounted on a flanged cast iron tee with a single actuator which shall modulate one valve open as it closes the other such that when one is fully open the other is fully closed and vice versa. Instrumentation that is mounted external to the pipe or tank and which is connected to the pipe or tank by one or more sampling lines shall have a manual two-way on/off valve in each sampling line meeting the following requirements: 1. such as pressure sensors and flow rate monitors. The pressure drop across modulating butterfly valves at maximum design flow shall not exceed 20 kPa . I. Disc pins. C. BUTTERFLY VALVES Butterfly valves shall be the full lug type. 7. shall be removable and replaceable without the requirement to shut down a pump and without the requirement to drain the pipe or tank and without causing liquid to leak from the pipe or tank. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . where required to secure shaft to disc.
C. Rated for a minimum of 50 deg. Actuator shall have an integral self-locking gear train.ELECTRIC 7. C (90 deg. whichever is the greater. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 76 of 85 . Rated for 1050 kPa or for a pressure 50% greater then the system working pressure. Ball and stem shall be 316 stainless steel Zero leakage. Valve seats shall be metal. 6. H. If the flow meter manufacturer offers the valve as an accessory then it shall be purchased by the BMS subcontractor from the insertion flow meter manufacturer and shall be installed by the mechanical trade in accordance with the insertion flow meter manufacturer’s instructions. E. Actuator housing shall have a minimum IP 54 to BS 60529 rating. Actuator shall be sized to meet the shut-off requirements when operating at the maximum system differential pressure and with the installed system pump operating at shut-off head. Actuator shall be rated for continuous duty and have an input voltage of 220 Vac. 5. Materials of construction for all actuator components shall be non-corroding. D. Actuators on valves located in mechanical rooms or outdoors shall have covers of aluminium or a material of equivalent strength and shall have captive bolts to eliminate loss of bolts when removing the cover from the base. No plastic components shall be acceptable for the gear drive assembly.5 A.3. The BMS Specialist shall provide actuators for valves that are furnished by the BMS Specialist. may be constructed of reinforced plastic. The valve shall meet the pressure and temperature requirements detailed for the control valves and shall have zero leakage at the system maximum pressure. F. Valve shall be Whitey 40 Series or 80 Series or approved equal if it meets the requirements detailed above. reinforced TFE or equivalent and must assure tight seating. Actuator motor shall be fully accessible for ease of maintenance. G. C. Brass or stainless steel trim. 50 Hz or 24 V. Housings for valves located in a plenum and used for terminal unit or fan coil unit heating/cooling coils. F. 9. mechanical travel stops and two adjustable travel limit switches with electrically isolated contacts. B. 4. Disassembly of the gears shall not be required to remove the motor. 7. Actuator shall be motor driven type. Valves for insertion flow meters shall be full port gate valves sized for the flow meter in accordance with the flow meter manufacturer’s instructions. Valve stem position shall be adjustable in increments of one (1) percent or less of full stem travel. 8. VALVES ACTUATORS . Actuator gear assembly shall be made of hard-anodised aluminium or steel or material of equivalent durability.) greater than the highest fluid temperature. All control valve actuators shall be modulating type.
indication of the topics to be covered in each session and any prerequisite requirements that should be met prior to attendance.1 A. 4-hour sessions on-site using the installed components that shall be given during the period immediately prior to the acceptance testing. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 77 of 85 .EXECUTION 8. Training shall consist of. Materials of construction shall be non-corroding. N. All valve actuators shall have integral end position indicators. It shall be ensured that the valve installation is such that the valve cannot declutch under the influence of gravity and/or vibration. Actuator shall control against system maximum working pressures. This outline shall include a schedule of the training sessions in at least one-half day increments. 16 No. Installation drawings shall clearly indicate the valve location. M. Q. Actuator shall operate the valve from the fully closed to the fully open position and vice versa in less than two minutes. Provide spring return to de-energised position on loss of power or loss of control signal if so required by the sequences of operation. Actuator shall fail as indicated on the control drawings that form part of these sub-contract documents. O. Training shall not commence unless the Engineer has approved a training outline. Follow up training shall consist of 8 No. The training outline shall be submitted with the initial shop drawing and submittals packages. Actuator shall have visual mechanical position indication. Actuator shall be equipped with an integral position potentiometer to indicate the stem position of the valve where required by the control sequences. Actuator shall be constructed to withstand high shock and vibration without operations failure.I. P. Training shall be coordinated with the Employer’s designated training coordinator. Further follow up B. Actuator shall accept control signals compatible with the BMS analogue or digital output subsystem as appropriate. L. TRAINING Submit an outline of the training courses to be given for 2 trainees as assigned by the employer. 4-hour sessions at the BMS Specialist’s facilities. J. The valve stem position shall be linearly related to the control signal. Actuator and valve shall be mounted and installed only in the location/orientation approved by the manufacturer. These training sessions shall be tailored to the construction schedule and they shall be presented in accordance with a flexible schedule that shall be acceptable to the Employer. Actuator shall have a manual declutch lever to enable manual operation of the valve. K. It shall be possible for an operator to manually modulate valves located in mechanical rooms in the event of loss of power. PART 8 . The operator shall be able to manually modulate the valves without having to climb a ladder or other non-permanent structure. showing output shaft and valve position.
square and smooth edges. These training sessions during the warranty period shall be scheduled with the Employer. 9. 2. Operator definable values. Restore fire ratings if boring has violated the fire rated assemblies. 3.3 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 78 of 85 . Operating sequence programming. obtain the Engineer's approval. FIRE STOPPING 8. textbooks. E. Operator interface features. workbooks etc.) and any audiovisual equipment required to execute the training. Training sessions shall be designed on the basis of experience and knowledge of the attendees scheduled to participate and shall differentiate between the requirements of supervisory. 2. Patches shall be inconspicuous in covered areas and visually undetectable in areas normally accessible to the tenants. 7. Information access. the following: 1. 5. Event message generation and modification. 3. analysis and retrieval functions. Training sessions shall be formatted to maximize the usage of time of the attendees and prevent redundant coverage of materials for advanced students. The training shall be specific to this project and shall cover. The BMS Specialist shall provide boring and patching for all installation work undertaken by the BMS Specialist. at minimum. Data base features. Executing operator commands. VDU graphics set up and modification. Report customization. Other subjects necessary to ensure that the operators. operations and maintenance personnel. 10. D. Before boring any structural components. 6. maintenance and supervisory staffs will be able to operate the BMS without any on-going assistance from any outside party. 4-hour sessions on-site during the warranty period. the following requirements: 1. Make boring with clean. 4. at minimum. Provide all training materials (hand-outs. Boring and patching for work undertaken by the MEP Specialist to install BMS components shall be undertaken by the MEP Specialist but the BMS Specialist shall provide boring and patching of work in those instances where the BMS Specialist has caused damage requiring boring and patching. 8. C. An overview of the BMCS topology. Boring and patching shall meet. BORING AND PATCHING 8. Provide sufficient training to the Employer’s staff such that they shall be able to map BACnet object Ids to the terminal server and shall be able to add points to the data storage.2 A.training shall consist of 8 No. 11.
HANGING AND SUPPORTING 8. 8. Use of any component by the Employer and Engineer shall not imply acceptance of the system or acceptability of any component. the BMS Specialist shall seal all conduit. devices. the following requirements: 1. TESTING AND INSPECTIONS B. materials and components in compliance with the manufacturers recommendations. 3. The BMS Specialist shall not ship components to the project site until they have been found to be fully compliant with the specifications and the BMS Specialist shall not request the commencement of acceptance testing until such time as the BMS Specialist has made a complete and thorough checkout of all equipment on site. Costs associated with the required inspections and testing shall be included in this scope of work. Boring and cutting shall be kept to a minimum and conducted in a neat and workmanlike manner. cable. Coordinate all hanging and supporting of components with all trades. engineering. Installation. Seal or fire-stop shall meet. software and system personnel shall be available on-site during the commissioning tests.4 A. Instrumentation to be used for the verification of monitored parameters shall be calibrated or supplied by an approved laboratory or manufacturer. Install all equipment. Comply with all applicable codes. Any component furnished under this sub-contract shall be made available for inspections or tests. Approved by the authority having jurisdiction. Supports shall be suitable for the environment within which the component is to be installed. 4. 5. All components shall be tested by the BMS Specialist to ensure compliance with the specifications before they leave the BMS Specialist's premises and shall be tested again on-site by the BMS Specialist before the commencement of acceptance testing. 2. 6. 2.A.5 A. at minimum. Provide copies of the calibration data with the component test sheets. The BMS Specialist shall confirm that the person(s) who will be conducting the commissioning tests on behalf of the BMS Specialist has been actively involved (on site) page 79 of 85 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . 3. regulations and statutory requirements. as deemed necessary by the Engineer. Additional charges will not be accepted. The BMS Specialist shall make available all equipment. as necessary to satisfactorily demonstrate the acceptability of the components and systems. General Requirements: 1. These personnel shall be familiar with the installation and shall undertake all tests as requested by the Engineer in order to verify that the BMS components individually and in total meet the specifications. The MEP Specialist shall provide fire stopping for components installed by the MEP Specialist on behalf of the BMS Specialist but if the BMS Specialist damages fire stopping installed by another trade or the work undertaken by the BMS Specialist requires that fire stopping be replaced or added. Firesafing system or device used shall not derate the ampacity of electrical cables passing through it. calibrated instruments and ladders. or cable tray penetrations of fire rated assemblies. Availability and demonstration of the systems shall not be withheld and the use of components shall not imply the start of the Defects Liability Period. Provide reinforcing and fastening materials as necessary.
In particular. Tests shall be documented as detailed below and shall cover all of the testing requirements detailed in this Section for the commissioning tests. Software shall be developed. 3. The Engineer shall undertake such random testing as the Engineer considers necessary to verify the acceptability of the components. 2. perform a complete and detailed operational check of each BMS component. Correct installation of the control device/interface with reference to the manufacturers literature and check that sufficient access has been provided for maintenance. Provide staff to assist the Engineer in the inspections made during the installation period to review the progress and quality of the ongoing work. 3. Correct operation of the controls device/interface. Failure of the Engineer to identify any error or omission during inspections shall not relieve the BMS Specialist of any of the specification requirements and shall not imply that a deviation from the specification has been accepted. The Engineer will generate Field Observation Reports on the findings of the inspection. g. Labels provided on the control devices and mechanical equipment are correct. All component testing involving the verification of air and water flow rate monitoring shall be scheduled in conjunction with the air and water-balancing Specialists. that the range is correctly entered in the controller and the display of values is correctly engineered on the operator's terminal. Correct installation of each valve and damper actuator. this shall apply to the verification of all control and monitoring parameters for terminal units. 4. That the control device has the correct range for the application. Point to point checks shall be proven from the field device/interface operation to the controller/outstation and from the controller to the presentation of the point on the graphics. B. Component Testing/Point To Point Testing: 1. Correct location of the field device for the application. tested and demonstrated over a time span short enough to guarantee continuity of personnel. C. f. Calibration of the control device. d. The results from the point-to-point tests shall be submitted for approval on predefined schedules. The BMS Specialist shall take corrective action to meet the requirement of the specifications. Inspection During Installation: 1. the BMS shall be available for use by the Employer and Engineer. The Engineer shall advise the BMS Specialist during the inspection of any concerns noted with respect to the installation and shall repeat the concerns in writing as soon as possible after the inspection is completed. 2. and ensure that each valve and damper actuator is stroked correctly when checked against the BMS output. Point to point checks shall verify: a. Use by the Employer and Engineer shall not imply acceptance of any component of the BMS or the commencement of the Defects Liability Period. c. Prior to the scheduling of the commissioning tests with the Engineer. Prior to commissioning tests. e. b.throughout the commissioning of the control system. including any associated alarm and alarm text. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 80 of 85 .
The following shall be demonstrated as a minimum: a. then the expenses of the Engineer incurred in providing the additional follow-up tests to verify compliance with the specifications. Testing Of Third Party Interfaces: 1. subsistence. The completed system performance verification test sheets shall be submitted to the Engineer. System stability. c. Dynamic tests to prove control stability and that environmental conditions are being maintained. Each and every point on the system including calibration checks and the stroking of actuators. e. 2. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 81 of 85 . The BMS Specialist shall remedy any deficiencies that are observed during the system performance verification tests and retesting shall be scheduled at a time suitable to the Engineer. There shall be no software development on site except that associated with the entry of database items such as setpoints. d. These tests for the verification by the Engineer shall not be scheduled until the BMS Specialist has verified that all systems are operating in accordance with the specifications. The BMS Specialist shall schedule a repeat of the system performance verification tests at a time convenient to the Engineer. shall be paid by the BMS Specialist at no additional cost to the Employer. F. Testing of the BMS during the systems and integrated testing shall be coordinated with all other trades associated with the system being tested. 5.D. Systems Testing: 1. 2. All system programs comply with the specification under the normal modes of operation. 3. The BMS Specialist shall develop and fully test all software required for the interface between the BMS and equipment furnished by others prior to the delivery of the associated hardware and software components to the project site. emergency power. control constants and schedules. alarm limits. f. Systems testing shall not commence until all component testing has been successfully undertaken and approved by the Engineer. b. All system alarms comply with the specification. Test Coordination: 1. The third party interfaces shall be fully demonstrated to the Engineer at the BMS Specialist’s facilities prior to the installation of any BMS microprocessor based E. System testing shall be undertaken by the BMS Specialist and the BMS Specialist shall complete the Specialist’s portion of the system performance verification sheets. If there are deficiencies remaining after the follow-up systems performance verification testing that require further testing by the Engineer. All dynamic graphics comply with the mechanical and control specifications. accommodation and normal consulting fees. The BMS portion of the systems shall not be tested in isolation. 4. including travel. The Engineer’s verification tests shall be performed by the BMS Specialist and shall be witnessed by the Engineer who shall complete the Engineer’s portion of the system performance verification test sheets as each test is successfully undertaken. building fire detected and fireman's override operating modes. The system shall be tested as a complete entity during these tests.
component test sheets will be prepared to cover each of the following items: a. Analogue input point d. The test sheets shall be based on the sub-contract requirements and not on the system as installed. at least X weeks prior to the proposed system commissioning tests. e. ACCEPTANCE AND TURNOVER DOCUMENTS 8. The Engineer shall determine on the basis of the BMS Specialist's component testing. The final format of the proposed test forms shall be submitted by the BMS Specialist for approval at the shop drawing stage. 2.6 A. Prior to system acceptance and turnover and as a condition of system acceptance. The demonstration shall include all hardware and software components associated with the interfaces. Test Documentation: 1. System test sheets shall be prepared for the testing of. 4. Test results shall be documented using test sheets. Digital output point c. G. 3. valve. at minimum. damper. It shall be the Engineer’s decision as to whether the system commissioning tests can proceed as proposed by the BMS Specialist or whether deficiencies have to be remedied and additional testing undertaken before the system commissioning tests can proceed. Digital input point b. the following documents are to be submitted in four copies in accordance with requirements of Division 1: page 82 of 85 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . The BMS Specialist shall fully demonstrate that the BACnet objects are provided at the BMS Management level network in accordance with the requirements of these specifications. 5. together with a proposed schedule for system commissioning tests. whether or not it is appropriate to commence system-commissioning tests. Analogue output point (one for each type of final control element. each of the systems detailed in the point definition sheets.3. components at the project site.g. etc. Component test sheet forms included within this section indicate a minimum acceptable standard. The component and system performance verification sheets attached to this Section of the sub-contract Documents are provided to the Specialist for information and to serve as a guide for the minimum standards required. These attached examples of component and system test sheets are generic in nature and may not accurately reflect the actual sequences of operation that are to be implemented and not all systems and component types are covered by these example test verification sheets. All test documentation shall be maintained in electronic format and in hard copy. The third party interfaces shall be re-tested on site following the testing and acceptance by the Engineer of the individual low voltage systems. At minimum. The test sheets shall be prepared in an appropriate format for the various categories of component and system to be tested. It is the responsibility of the BMS Specialist to provide test verification sheets for each component and system that accurately reflect the sequences of operation and appropriate data for the components and systems as furnished under this sub-contract. Completed component test sheets indicating the test results for each BMS component within the system shall be submitted to the Engineer.) 4.
This to include: a. 2. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM page 83 of 85 . B. and preventive maintenance instructions. The BMS sub-contractor shall provide documentation detailing the methods and techniques required to connect additional workstations. 9. C. Plant operational system test procedures. UNVTs. DDC controllers. Password at all levels. e. 8. d. Complete supplementary information about software and hardware of system supplied. Interoperability documentation. Meets LonMark™ Interoperability Association Standards or ASHRAE SSPC 135 standard as applicable. System construction inspection procedures. The documentation shall include comprehensive and complete details of the LonWorks components (if provided) including details of all XIF. trouble-shooting charts. Specific tasks performed by each processor. SCPTs. The LonWorks interoperability data shall also include their respective BACnet object ID generated in the system against their LonWorks SNVT/SCPT data and method statements to read and write data via integration of the LonWorks components with another system in future. 3. All the data related to the components shall be presented along with their respective BACnet object ID created in the system. E. c. 4. BIBBS. addresses and method statements to read and write data via integration of the components with another system in future. Memory map of all units. Software "functional" flow diagram. All other documentation as detailed in these specifications. System block diagram (hardware). 6. along with their PICS. As-built drawings including equipment outlined dimension drawings. UCPTs and External Interface Files (XIF). Systems maintenance manual including specifications on each piece of equipment. 7.1. Operator and maintenance personnel training curriculum. equipment wiring and or piping connection drawing. gateways. b. The system documentation shall be sufficiently detailed to enable the BMS’s incorporation into another BACnet system in the future. especially where a distributed processing architecture is provided. These are to be clearly indicated in functional form. Source and object lists of software program. F. configuration and network data to the Employer. D. technical data sheet for each instrument referenced for each application. SNVTs. The BMS sub-contractor shall handover all programmes. database. The BMS sub-contractor shall provide interoperability documentation for the BACnet components. routers and any other BMS hardware and to add BACnet objects to the software as well as to export the data in any of the previously mentioned standards to another system. 10. System user manual. 5.
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