Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality

1. GENERAL

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The Princeton University Engineering Department will have final approval on all control drawings prior to any field installation being performed. It is necessary that the Engineering Department be involved in the preliminary specification of control systems due to the fact that the use of energy management systems has a direct impact on the extent of controls required. The ATC section shall be competitively bid to both Carrier and Siemens Landis Division. The Engineering Department shall review both bids prior to the award. The scope of work to be done under this Section of the Specification and as shown on the Drawings consists of furnishing and installing all ATC and DDC equipment, materials, engineering, programming, labor and services and performing all operations for ATC work tested and ready for operation. The DDC system shall provide for overall system supervision, monthly energy consumption report, for color graphic man machine interface (dynamic graphic illustratig each system), alarm condition and historical data storage. Control drawings submitted for approval shall give a complete list of material, description of all control elements and sequence of operation, show all schematic piping and wiring. Scope of Work The ATC Contractor shall furnish and install all ATC components, DDC System, network communication and wiring as required to the campus DDC network. ATC work shall include all requirements on the plans and in the sequence of operations, but not be limited to the following: Provide DDC Hardware, ATC field devices and sequence of operations. Provide DDC Software, Point Database with System and Floor Plan Graphics, and Energy Reports. Provide Air Measuring Stations, Chilled Water & Steam Meters. Provide ATC electrical work, control wiring, Connection to Ethernet. Provide control valves and valve actuators, automatic dampers with operators Provide smoke control system and interface, ATC compressed air system Provide start-up testing and calibration, point to point checkout, onsite training. All ATC engineering, materials, labor or services to provide a turnkey system. Provide Energy Management Routines - Provide all systems, zones and units with the following sequences and functions: Night Setback Time Schedules for occupied and unoccupied hours with Occupant Override of night setback. Include Campus wide Peak Utility Demand Limiting software for Electric, Chilled Water and Steam. Provide Duty cycle, separate Day/Night Setpoints, Start Time Optimization for each unit, Power Failure - equipment restart sequencing. The energy management routines are required in all DDC systems even if it is not specifically mentioned in the sequence of operations. Provide building energy management reports on equipment runtime hours and Utility/Energy consumption BTU’s including Electric, Chilled Water, Tons and Steam Flow.

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality

2. DDC SOFTWARE SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND ARCHITECTURE
The Contractor shall furnish and install all direct digital control (DDC) programs, include all software (plus 20% spare capacity at each panel) to accomplish the SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS. The DDC programs will be installed at the Windows NT Server at MacMillan Building to allow the owner to monitor, command and program all controllers on the DDC network. Provide software that shall include the historical database, point database and graphics interface at the Central Supervisory Control System at MacMillan Building. Point Database -- The point database shall include all entry of DDC point information required to view dynamic graphic display of each HVAC system and floor layout to locate and analyze problems. The contractor shall input the point database and application programming into the system. No owner programming shall be required. The Contractor shall work with the Owner to define all point names as per P.U. standards. Energy Reports -- Provide equipment runtime, historical trends for all analog point, produce detailed energy consumption for utilities (kW, CHW & Steam) and alarm history. The historical database will store the daily, monthly and yearly history. Trend all anolog point and archive for one year. Alarm Log -- Provide a printout for each alarm event at the Central Supervisory Control System Alarm Printer in MacMillan Building. The historical database will store the daily alarm history. The Contractor shall work with the Owner to define all alarmable points, alarm parameters and shall input all alarm parameters into the point database.

Interface to MacMillan Building
Provide a man machine interface (“CARRIER Comfort View” or “SiemensAPOGEE Insight”) database to allow the operator to communicate with the DDC controllers to monitor operation, receive alarms, change system parameters, up load and down load individual stand alone microprocessor resident application programs and modify or rewrite specific system applications programs, acknowledge alarms, silence alarms, change time schedules, log historical trend data in graphic or tabular form for any software function specified. Siemens – Apogee Ethernet to MacMillan Building I/O Ports: 10/100 MBPS Network Interface, TCP/IP Protocol DDC communications ports: RS232 The DDC communications shall be provided with software to allow automatically dialing and transmission of alarms to allow remote monitoring during the startup and warranty period. Carrier - Ethernet Interface to MacMillan Building I/O Ports: 10/100 MBPS Network Interface, TCP/IP Protocol DDC communications ports: RS232 The DDC communications shall be provided with software to allow automatically dialing and transmission of alarms to allow remote monitoring during the startup and warranty period.

3.

DDC HARDWARE
The Contractor shall furnish and install a System with sufficient hardware resources (plus 20% spare capacity) to meet the functional requirements of this specification. Contractor shall provide as a minimum DDC control for each system shown or listed in the Sequence of Operation. All DDC controllers shall be completely enclosed in a NEMA 1 enclosure (20% spare capacity), separate NEMA I enclosure from the I/P transducers, secured within a key locked panel. All DDC point wiring shall be labeled with BRADY style wire

General Requirements - Hardware System Description and Architecture

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
markers. All DDC point devices shall be labeled with P-TOUCH labels. All DDC point wiring shall be a minimum of two conductor, plenum rated, twisted, 100% shielded, 18-gauge wire with no splices, separate conduit from any wiring above 30 volts. Provide the ATC electrical power that is not covered by Division 16. The ATC electrical power shall be fed from a dedicated 120-volt power source with a surge protector, with On/Off switch and separate receptacle. The System Hardware shall consist of a Carrier Comfort Controller 6400 or Siemens Modular Equipment Controller Series 200 with Point I/O Boards. DDC hardware in each mechanical equipment room shall be connected on a common communications trunk to form a network. The DDC network of controllers shall communicate through the campus Ethernet to the Central Supervisory Control System (CSCS) at MacMillan Building. Each variable volume air handler shall have a dedicated Comfort Controller 6400 or Modular Equipment Controller Series 200 to perform the Variable Air Volume sequence of operations.

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4.1

FIELD DEVICES
General Provide all field devices as shown on drawings and or listed in the SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS. All field devices mounted in minimum NEMA I enclosure, field devices located outdoors shall have weatherproof enclosure. All DDC device wiring shall be eighteen gauge – twisted shield pairs, shall enter the panel through raceway below the panel, provide terminal strips for all wires entering and leaving the panel. Provide all pneumatic control tubing and signal gauges for each device. Provide field devices shall be "twowire" type transmitters with power for the device to be supplied from the respective controller. The controls shall be fed from a dedicated 120-volt power source with an On/Off switch and receptacle at each panel location to be used for a portable operator’s terminal. All gauges, field devices and control components shall be identified by means of permanent P-TOUCH labels. Typically represent the point name, point address and range of the component. The installation of components such as Valve bodies, dampers, air measuring stations and thermowells for control sensing bulbs shall be turned over to the Mechanical Contractor for installation, under supervision of this Contractor.

4.2 Standard Devices - Control Relays and Time Delay Relays shall be as manufactured by IDEC or RIB with pilot light indication of power to coil. - The I/P Transducers shall be manufactured by Sensycon VDO with a 1/8” Gauge Tee - (Powers 141-203), and an Instrument Air (0-30#) Gauge – (Powers 142-0373), no substitutes. - Electric Solenoid Operated Pneumatic Valves shall be ASCO, Powers or Johnson Controls. - The Fan Coil controllers shall be the Carrier Zone Controller thermostat with Relay pack or Siemens TEC with Series 1000 thermostat connected to the DDC system. - The VAV box controllers shall be Carrier Direct Digital Air Volume system or Siemens Terminal Equipment Controller, including thermostat with occupant override and communications port connected to the DDC network. - Control transformers shall be machine tool type and shall be U.L. and CSA listed. Primary and secondary sides shall be fused in accordance with the NEC. Transformer shall be proper size for application and mounted in minimum NEMA 1 enclosure. Transformers shall be as manufactured Square ‘D’, or Johnson Controls. - Communication wire surge protection shall be manufactured by MCG Surge Protection. - Plug-in Strip with Surge Protection for 120V use by Leviton (5300-IPS).

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
- The Aquastat shall be as manufactured Johnson Controls or Powers. - Damper End Switched shall be manufactured by Furnas with Pigtail. - Thermostats in public areas shall be 24v with blank faceplate by Erie Controls - Room temperature sensors may be resistance temperature detectors with an occupancy override button. - Bend-able area averaging duct sensors shall include the averaging sensor, use capillary clips to support the sensor over a cross-sectional area of the duct, and shall be used in all mixed air and heating coil temperature applications. The heating coil sensor installation shall be accompanied by the freezestat to cover the same area of the duct in the first section after the heating coil. The sensor shall be as manufactured Johnson Controls or Powers. - Room, Outside Air and Duct Humidity Transmitters shall be certified accuracy of 2% and shall be manufactured by VAISALA. - The carbon dioxide measurement sensor shall be VAISALA CARBOCAP - Fluid immersion sensor shall be used for all hot and chilled water sensing, and shall include RTD probe, thermowell, and connection head. - Electrical current switches will be used for AHU fan status indication shall be R.E. Technologies SCS1150A-LED - Pressure switches will be used for pump status indication. Powers or Penn model P74FA5. - Pressure switches used for duct static pressure safety shall be Dwyer 1900 Series with manual reset, an A602 filter kit, a Dwyer Series 2000 Magnehelic gauge and Dwyer A-301 static pressure tip as standard. - Differential pressure transmitters for use on water systems and high-pressure (over 2.0 psig) applications shall be Robinson-Halpern Model #157C and with equalizing valve and Dwyer Capsehelic gauge, range to match Differential pressure transmitters. - Differential pressure transmitters for low pressure control (2.0 psig and less) shall be Setra or Modus Instruments (1% accuracy) with a Dwyer Series 2000 Magnehelic gauge, range to match Differential pressure transmitters. Duct static pressure applications will use the Dwyer A-301 static pressure tip. - All pressure transmitters shall be selected with an appropriate input range for application (not greater than 200% of Setpoint or design pressure). - Freezestats shall be manual reset type with four wire (two circuit) contacts for use on 120/l/60 Hz service, model A70HA-1 by JOHNSON CONTROLS or ET134-1504 by Powers Controls. A standard length for the capillary will be one foot for each square foot of duct area installed using capillary clips. The Bend-able RTD duct sensors shall be installed to cover the same area of the duct shall accompany the installation of the freezestat in the first section after the heating coil. - Control Panels shall be minimum NEMA-1 (with 20% spare capacity) with piano hinge front face for fullunobstructed access to complete panel interior. Panel shall be constructed of minimum 16-gauge painted metal. Panels shall be key-locked. Screw type terminal blocks shall be provided for all wires entering or leaving the control panel. Provide a minimum of 20% spare terminals.

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FAN COIL UNIT CONTROLS
The ATC Contractor will provide an electronic DDC Fan Coil Thermostat (Carrier 33CS or Siemens TEC with Series 1000 thermostat, adjustable setpoint slide-bar) connected to the existing campus DDC system at MacMillan Building. Provide each Thermostat with its own Controller/Relay pack, a 24v transformer and secondary fuse to be mounted in the fan coil. Provide electronic modulating control valves (minimum of 1.0cv) with threaded body, by Erie Controls or Powers. Provide temperature display, setpoint adjustment, communication port, Off, High & Low speed control from the thermostat. Control relays will be manufactured IDEC or RIB with pilot light indication of power to coil. Each thermostat has three operating modes: occupied mode, unoccupied mode, and unoccupied override mode. Initial occupied hours would be 6:00 AM to 6:00

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
PM. Whenever the thermostat is overridden by the user during the unoccupied hours the water system pumps will be commanded to start in the occupied mode. Provide the space temperature with communicate to MacMillan Building, coordinate alarm perimeters with the owner.

6. VAV BOX CONTROLS
The ATC Contractor will provide an electronic DDC Variable Volume Box Controller (Carrier Digital Air Volume or Siemens Terminal Box Controller with Series 1000 thermostat with override button) connected to the campus DDC system at MacMillan Building. Provide each VAV Box with its own Controller, Space Temperature sensor with override button and communications port, air flow CFM, discharge air temperature sensor, modulating air volume damper, modulating reheat control valve (minimum of 1.0cv), 24v transformer and secondary fuse to be mounted at the VAV box. Provide each VAV Box with electronic control valves with threaded body , spring return by Belimo or Powers. The lighting circuit for every room served will start the occupied mode. Each VAV box shall have three operating modes: occupied mode, unoccupied mode, and unoccupied override mode. Initial occupied hours would be 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Whenever the VAV box is overridden during the unoccupied hours the air handler unit will be commanded to start in the occupied mode. Provide the space temperature communication port and communication alarms to MacMillan Building, coordinate alarm perimeters with the owner.

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ELECTRICAL WORK
The ATC Contractor will provide all line voltage and low voltage wiring to all ATC controls that are not shown in the Electrical Sections. Wiring shall comply with requirements of the Electrical Specification Section. Control and Signal Wire shall be installed in conduit VAV Boxes - Control and Signal Wire shall be installed in conduit with the exception of the horizontal runs to and from VAV boxes in the ceiling. For the VAV boxes, the plenum rated communications cable shall use flexible conduit that is supported by cable ties every 24” to each VAV controller. Communication wiring shall be a plenum rated three conductor, twisted, 100% shielded, 18-gauge wire run in conduit with no splices, separate conduit from any wiring above 30 volts. The wire color shall be “RED (+), BLACK (-) and WHITE (Gnd)”. The Network communication wiring to and from each DDC network shall be minimum two separate three conductors, and a pull string. All Wiring shall be labeled with BRADY style wire markers at each end. Provide power and signal conditioning devices, signal conditioning devices, surge protection devices, etc. for System Hardware (i.e., Controller's, Control panels, DDC’s, peripherals, modems) at no additional cost to the Owner.

8.

CONTROL AIR SUPPLY & TUBING
Contractor shall provide control air supply consisting of Quincy (QR Series) air compressor, air cooled ACH After Cooler, Moisture Separator with Hankinson auto drain, Receiver Tank (200psi & 120 gal.), Hankinson Refrigerant Air Dryer, Hankinson HF3 series Oil Filter-Separator. Contractor shall provide combination filter/regulator and connect to compressed air system as required. Filter shall be combination oil, water and particulate matter filter. Buildings with more then one mechanical equipment room shall have a highpressure (60 to 80 lbs.) main air line and PRV in each mechanical equipment room set for 20 lbs. Control Air Supply Provide information on air station including run time estimated forms, size of compressors (SCFM) voltage, horsepower of compressors, size and rating of dryer(s), alternator, filters and regulators information. Control air tubing sizes and pressures. Control air tubing for all pressures shall be Type-L rigid copper with wrought copper solder fittings. Polyethylene FR type tubing may only be used to terminate (with barbed copper fittings) the end devices such as valves actuators, damper actuators and inside ATC panels. Where tubing enters or leaves bundles

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
or panels, it shall be tagged and numbered. Provide an Instrument Air (0-30#) Gauge at each actuator Powers (142-0373), no substitutes. Low-pressure main air tubing shall be sized for maximum 2-psig pressure drop from PRV's to end of longest main. Main air tubing shall be minimum ½ " I.D. size. Otherwise control air tubing shall be minimum 1/8" I.D. size. Any wall penetrations will be sleeved to protect the tubing. The entire piping system shall be tested by placing it under 30 lb. pressure for 24 hours. Pressure drop during this period shall not exceed 5 lb. Thermostats, control valve actuator and damper actuators shall be electronic, except steam control valves that shall be pneumatic.

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AUTOMATIC VALVES & DAMPERS
Unless otherwise approved by Princeton University, only Johnson Controls, Honeywell, Waren Controls, Belimo, Erie Controls or Landis & Gyr Powers control valves will be installed The control valves will be installed with the actuator in the vertic up-right position. The control valves shall be sized by the equipment manufacturer and shall be guaranteed to meet the heating and cooling loads. Control valves shall be suitable for the for the same pressure conditions as shown on drawing or specified for valves in PIPING section of the specification. Control valves used for the primary (from central plant) chilled water system shall have a minimum close-off rating of 100 psi unless otherwise shown or specified and these valves will be Pressure Independent Chilled Water Flow Control Valves. All valves shall be fully modulating unless specified otherwise. In addition, valves shall be quiet in operation, be equipped with throttling plugs, stainless steel trim, renewable composition discs and be capable of operating at varying rates of speed to correspond with the exact dictates of the controller. Steam heating valves shall be a single modulating pneumatic control valve below five hundred pounds per hour. Steam heating valves shall be modulating pneumatic control valves in a 1/3 - 2/3 arrangement above one thousand pounds per hour. They shall be selected so that the larger (2/3) valve starts to open before the smaller (1/3) valve is fully open. Provisions shall be made for valves operating in sequence with other valves or damper motors to have an adjustable operating range and starting points. Valves shall be capable of shutoff at 150% of design pressure. The Fan Coil Unit Control Valves shall be modulating, fail to heat, spring return with threaded body style manufactured by Erie Control or Powers. The VAV Reheat valves – shall be modulating, fail to heat, spring return with threaded body style Apollo ball valve with a Belimo actuator or Powers control valve. Dampers are to be Johnson Service proportioning dampers, Ruskin or Honeywell low leakage type. Dampers shall have galvanized blades and frames and oil impregnated sintered bronze bushings. Blades shall not exceed 6" in width and shall be such that leakage does not exceed 1/2 per cent based on 2,000 fpm velocity and a 4" static pressure. Dampers to have opposed blades as required for the application. Proper linkage shall be furnished to provide equal percentage of linear flow characteristics as required by the application. The controls contractor shall furnish all automatic control dampers and smoke dampers required except for certain dampers that will be provided by the equipment manufacturers where so noted on Drawings. Sizes of all dampers shall be approved by the sheet metal sub-contractor prior to ordering and delivery to job site. Accordingly, initiate and coordinate the processing of shop drawings for automatic control dampers and smoke dampers.

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
10. DAMPER OPERATORS AND VALVE ACTUATORS
Only steam control valves will be selected with pneumatic actuators, all other valve and damper actuater will be electronic actuators. Positive positioning relays (positioners) shall be pneumatic relay type with spring position feedback. Unit shall be capable of withstanding up to 30 psig pilot signal pressure and up to 60 psig maximum supply pressure. Normal operation shall be with 20-25 psi main air supply. Start point adjustment range shall be minimum 3- 10 psig with minimum operating span of 3-12 psig. Damper operators and valve actuators shall be selected spring return for normally closed or open operation of dampers and valves as required to provide the proper sequence of operation and shall be sized for the loading under all conditions. Modulating steam valve actuators will be pneumatic actuator in a 1/3 - 2/3 arrangement shall be sequenced so that the larger (2/3) valve starts to open before the smaller (1/3) valve is fully open. Provide air signal gauges at both the pneumatic actuator and the control panel for each device. Modulating damper operators shall be electric actuators have a single sequencer two or more dampers together. Damper actuators shall be provided with mechanical stops to permit fine adjustment of maximum and minimum settings, with larger magnitude of settings changeable through linkage adjustment. Damper motors shall be mounted with jack shaft outside air stream except where shown or specified inside the air stream.

11. AIR MEASURING STATION & COMPONENTS
Provide airflow stations as described in the sequences or shown on the drawing. The airflow stations is a multi-point, self-averaging Pitot traverse station with integral air straightener-equalizer honeycomb cell, capable of continuously measuring fan discharges or ducted airflow with a certified accuracy of 2% or better airflow processing, and instantaneous pneumatic averaging of multiple pressure values. The Air Traverse stations shall be Air Monitor Corp. or P.C.I. model FE-1500 Air Flow Measurement Station. The measuring stations, DP transmitters, volume gauges shall be sized by the air measuring station manufacturer. Provide a meter panel consisting of dual-scale, diaphragm-actuated, differential pressure gauges (two) mounted in a NEMA 1 steel enclosure. Gauges are custom scaled to read in Supply Air and Return Air Volume, Velocity Pressure (inches of water). Meters complete with internal tubing, signal connection fittings, wall mounting brackets, and furnished with a plastic data plate. The sheet metal sub-contractor shall approve sizes of all stations prior to ordering and delivery to job site.

12. TESTING AND QUALITY CONTROL
The controls contractor shall submit a signed letter stating that the controls have completed STARTUP tested/calibrated and that the system is ready for inspection by Princeton University. Include with the letter a historic trend report to show that the each system is operating as designed along with the "Control Testing Checklist" and ATC points-to-point sign-off form. During this period, the settings of all systems and devices specified in the ATC section shall be checked, and sufficient measurements taken to ensure that conditions are correct and those capacities are adequate to meet the specified requirements. Provide competent personnel that have participated in the installation and start-up to conduct all tests. Systems will not be considered complete until all tests have been concluded to the satisfaction of the Princeton University Engineering Department and all other parties having jurisdiction. In the event of unsatisfactory test results or defects, tests must be repeated after all faults are corrected. All tests shall be performed in the presence of Princeton University Engineering Department. The general operating tests shall be performed as near design conditions as possible. All records of test including nameplate data for identification shall be retained in the amount of three copies

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
in the Operating Instructions. All records shall be on permanent record material to fit 8 1/2" x 11" binders. The following testing procedures represent minimum requirements. Specific tests shall be made if required by applicable codes and/or jurisdictional authorities. Demonstrate that all software programs exist at respective controllers and function as specified in Article, SEQUENCE OF OPERATION of this Section of the Specifications. Demonstrate that the networked DDC's share data and communicate as specified in Articles, HARDWARE and SOFTWARE. This Contractor shall test and calibrate all signaling circuits of all field devices to ascertain that required digital and accurate analog signals are transmitted, received, and displayed at System operator console and shall make all repairs and recalibrations required to complete test. Contractor shall be responsible for test equipment required to perform these tests and calibrations. Contractor shall test all electrical circuits and wiring covered by this Specification and shall prove these circuits and wiring to be free from grounds and short circuits, including but not limited to, low and medium voltage circuits. Necessary adjustments to all equipment, circuits, and wiring shall be made to correct all defects and faults.

13. TRAINING
Provide a minimum of two separate training sessions. The training sessions shall be conducted by certified and experienced personnel and shall utilize the actual system hardware. Training manual content shall be based on the actual hardware and software to be delivered and shall be in accordance with applicable sections of this specification. Training courses shall be scheduled in a manner, which will not preclude an individual trainee from attending all sessions. The Contractor shall provide no less than eight hours of onsite training for each controller installed, on the use and application of the Systems. Subjects to be covered shall include, but not necessarily be limited to application, commands and diagnostics of the all systems installed.

14. SHOP DRAWINGS & DOCUMENTATION
Contractor shall submit Shop Drawings information as listed hereinafter in a sectionalized 8 1/2” x 11” three ring binder with a table of contents listing all sections. An electronic copy of the ASBUILT and a controller program back-up disk will be turned over to the Engineering Department. The Contractor shall update all submittals to an AS BUILT document for use by the Owner for operation and maintenance of the system. Provide an ASBUILT document in each ATC panel showing each system controlled by the ATC panel. SHOP DRAWINGS SUBMITTALS Contractor shall provide as a minimum, individual drawings for each system shown and listed in the Sequence Of Operation and a system diagram showing all system hardware components (i.e., signal air and points wiring). ATC diagrams shall include all of the building locations and room numbers of the systems being controlled and the components or sensors performing the control. Drawings shall be submitted in quantities as specified and shall include as a minimum three complete sets, with reduced drawings Drawings shall show all system hardware, field devices, electrical work as well as all control work, with each drawing containing the following minimum information: - Control diagrams of AHU’s, Heat Exchangers etc. - Control air supply, DDC system and communication diagram. - ATC Panels, terminal junction box and method of installation. - Control Device termination with numbering for control signal.

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
- Panel and System diagrams with wire numbers and device names. - Electrical Schematic Drawings, wiring diagrams and method of installation.

Provide ATC panel sizes and layout information for all panels showing mounted devices as well as sub-panel and terminal junction box layouts. Show tables listing all points with item number as shown and the respective card/slot for each panel. Contractor shall show that he has provided all power supply, surge protection, filters, etc., necessary for proper operation of all system hardware. Provide a wiring schematic each Network Devices or Elements including terminal numbers and color of the wire. Provide a checkout list for testing and calibration of all systems and field devices. Installation of Components and Coordination State which items are to be turned over to Mechanical Contractors and/or other Contractors for installation (e.g., valves, dampers, air-measuring stations, pipe well and thermowells) Electrical Work Statement on compliance with grounding and power conditioning provided. Statement of 120 volt wiring responsibility of this Contractor as it applies to interface and interlock wiring. Also Contractor shall state where he is to provide 120 volt wiring Data sheets for each component with servicing and calibration information. The specific model number for the specific component to be used on this job shall be underlined or highlighted. Tabled information showing DDC point number, field device, and data sheets reference for all points. Valves - Water, Steam and Actuators, Data sheets for each type of valve to be used listing: All valves shall be individually listed on valve submittal sheets completely filled out with the following information : Valve size, Line size and Line pressure, GPM or lb./hr Cv and pressure drop at rated GPM or lbs/hr Close off rating and ANSI class rating Valve to be provided with positioner or not Actuator type, range and model number Valve tag number corresponding to tag number on construction drawings HVAC system number and service (e.g. AH#1 chilled water) Valve type (2 or 3-way, normally open /closed and flanged / screwed) Materials of construction for body, stem, disc, etc. Data sheet on each type of actuator listing close off rating.

Princeton University Guidelines For Design of ATC System Functionality
Dampers - Automatic and Damper Operators Data sheet on each type of damper, damper actuator and positioner listing size information and close off rating. All dampers shall be individually listed on damper submittal sheets completely filled out with the following information: Size, CFM, and velocity, Close off rating, Respective actuator(s) type and model number. Service and HVAC systems and Damper tag number corresponding to the construction drawings. TRAINING State hours for each type of training session to be provided Guarantee and 24 Hour Service Provide a written two-year guarantee showing the starting and ending dates. List the local offices and the representatives to perform routine and emergency maintenance on system components.

15. UTILITY METERING
The totalization of utilities consumption (kW, steam flow / BTU’s, chilled water flow and Ton-hours) will be accomplished as follows: Pulse counting devices shall interface with the building electric meters, and shall send sufficient data to the controller to calculate instantaneous kW ±0.5%. The chilled water metering shall include a 4-20mA signal to the DDC that indicates flow in GPM and the DDC will calculate the actual Tons. The DDC will have the capacity to send the meter data recorded to a central to a historical database for daily, monthly and yearly reports.

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