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16 - Electrical 16500 - Lighting

Part 1: General
Summary
The work covered by this section consists of providing all tools, labour, equipment and materials, and performing all operations in connection with the fabrication and installation of luminaires with tungsten filament, fluorescent and discharge lamps used on supply voltages not exceeding 1000 V.

1 01 01 Section Includes
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 Lamps Lamp auxiliaries. Luminaires (for Indoor, Outdoor, and Emergency lighting) Lighting Poles.

1 01 02 Product Delivered but not Installed under this Section 1 01 03 Product Installed but not Delivered under this Section 1 01 04 Related Sections
03300 Cast in place concrete 16050 Basic electrical materials and methods 16400 Low voltage service and distribution. 16900 Controls 16950 Testing.

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References

1 02 01 Applicable Standards
Note: The policy of Saudi Standard Organization is to adopt the IEC standards with modifications to suit local Country conditions 1.0 For projects inside Saudi Arabia, Saudi Standards take precedence over other standards. All standards mentioned in this section are applicable, provided allowance is made for local ambient conditions. For projects outside Saudi Arabia, IEC standards shall be applied with provided allowance for local ambient conditions.

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Saudi Arabian Standards


SASO 33: 98 SASO 34: 98 SASO 139: 79 SASO 147: 79 Tungsten Filament Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Purposes Performance Requirements. Tungsten Filament Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Purposes Safety Specification. Tubular Fluorescent Lamps for General Lighting Services. Starters for Fluorescent Lamps.

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SASO 234: 81 SASO 335: 87 SASO 417: 94 SASO 508: 88 SASO 533: 94 SASO 692: 94 SASO 980: 97 SASO 1131: 97 SASO 1318: 97 SASO 1488: 99 SASO 1489: 99 SASO 1491: 99 SASO 1492: 99 SASO 1493: 99 SASO 1494: 99 SASO 1495: 99 SASO 1671: 00 SASO 1672:00 SASO 1673: 00 SASO 1674: 00 SASO 1675: 00 SASO 1676 :00 SASO 1677: 00 SASO 1678: 00 SASO 1679: 00 SASO 1680: 00 SASO 1681: 00 SASO 1682: 00

Bayonet Lampholders for General Use. Industrial Safety and Health Regulations Electrical - Part 4: Illumination. Electric Luminaires for Road and Street Lighting. Ballasts For Tubular Fluorescent Lamps. Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester Lighting Poles (FRP) and Methods of Testing. Ballasts for High Pressure Mercury Vapour Lamps. Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code) High-Pressure Mercury Vapour Lamps Luminaires - Part 1: General Requirements and Tests D.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps General and Safety Requirements A.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps General and Safety Requirements Auxiliaries for Lamps Ballasts for Discharge Lamps (Excluding Tubular Fluorescent Lamps), General and Safety Requirements Auxiliaries for Lamps Ballasts for Discharge Lamps (Excluding Tubular Fluorescent Lamps), Performance Requirements. Auxiliaries for Lamps Starting Devices (Other Than Glow Starter) General and Safety Requirements Auxiliaries for Lamps Starting Devices (Other Than Glow Starter) Performance Requirements Steel Lighting Poles and Tests A.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps - Performance Requirements. Electrical Supply Track Systems for Luminaires Electrical Supply Track Systems for Luminaires -Part 2:Mixed Supply Systems-Section 1:Classes I and III Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements. Section 1: Fixed General Purpose Luminaires Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 2:Recessed Luminaires Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 3: Luminaires For Road And Street Lighting Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 4: Portable General-Purpose Luminaires Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 5: Floodlights Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 6: Luminaires With Built In Transformers For Filament Lamps Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 7: Portable Luminaires for Garden Use. Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 8: Handlamps Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 8: Handlamps

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SASO 1684: 00

Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 17:Luminaires for Stage Lighting, Television, Film and Photographic Studios (Outdoor and Indoor) Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 18: Luminaires for Swimming Pools and Similar Applications Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 19: Air Handling Luminaires (Safety Requirements) Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 20: Lighting Chains Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 22: Luminaires for Emergency Lighting Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 23: Extra Low Voltage Lighting Systems for Filament Lamps Luminaires Part 2: Particular Requirements- Section 25: Luminaires for Use in Clinical Areas of Hospitals and Health Care Buildings

SASO 1685: 00 SASO 1686: 00 SASO 1687: 00 SASO 1688: 00 SASO 1689: 00 SASO 1690: 00

1 02 01 02 Gulf Standards 1 02 01 03 International Standards 1 02 01 03 02 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)


IEC 60061 Lamp Caps and Holders Together with Gauges for the Control of Interchangeability and Safety IEC 60061- 1: 69 IEC 60061- 2: 69 IEC 60061- 4: 90 IEC 60064: 93 (00) IEC 60081: 97 (00) IEC 60155: 93 IEC 60188: 74 IEC 60192: 73 IEC 60238: 00 IEC 60357: 01 IEC 60399 IEC 60400: 99 IEC 60432 IEC 60432- 1: 99 IEC 60432- 2: 99 IEC 60529: 01 IEC 60570: 98 Part 1: Lamp Caps (Amendment No 26 2001) Part 2: Lamp Holders (Amendment No 23 2001) Part 4: Guidelines and General Information (Amendment 6 2000) Tungsten Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Purposes- Performance Requirement. Double- Capped Fluorescent Lamps- Performance Specifications Glow-starter for Fluorescent Lamps (Amendment 1 1995) High Pressure Mercury Vapour Lamps (Amendment 5 1991) Low Pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps (Amendment 5 1994) Edison Screw Lamp Holders Tungsten Halogen Lamps.(non-vehicle). Standard Sheets for Barrel Thread for E14 and E27 Lampholders with Shade Holder Ring. (Amendment No 2 1999). Lampholders for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps and Starter Holders Incandescent Lamp - Safety Specifications Part 1: Tungsten Filament Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Purposes. Part 2: Tungsten Halogen Lamps for Domestic and Similar General Lighting Purposes. Classification of Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code). Electrical Supply Track Systems for Luminaires.

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IEC 60570-2-1: 94 IEC 60598 IEC 60598-1: 99 IEC 60598-2 IEC 60598-2-1: 79 IEC 60598-2-2: 97 IEC 60598-2-3: 97 IEC 60598-2-4: 97 IEC 60598-2-5: 98 IEC 60598-2-6: 94 IEC 60598-2-7: 82

Electrical Supply Track Systems for Luminaires-Part 2:Mixed Supply Systems-Section 1:Classes 1 and 111. Luminaires Part 1: General Requirements and Tests Part 2: Particular Requirements. Section 1: Fixed General Purpose Luminaires (Amendment No 1 1987). Section 2: Recessed Luminaires (Amendment No 1 1997). Section 3: Luminaires For Road And Street Lighting (Amendment No 2 2000). Section 4: Portable General-Purpose Luminaires. Section 5: Particular Requirements. Flood Light. Section 6: Luminaires with Built-In Transformers for Filament Lamps (Amendment No 1 1996). Section 7: Portable Luminaires for Garden Use (Amendment No 2 1994).

IEC 60598-2-17: 84 Section 17: Luminaires for Stage Lighting, Television and Studios -Outdoor and Indoor- (Amendment No 2 1990). IEC 60598-2-18: 93 Section 18 Luminaires for swimming pools and similar applications. IEC 60598-2-19: 81 Section 19: Air-Handling Luminaires- Safety Requirements(Amendment No 2, 1997). IEC 60598-2-22: 97 Section 22: Luminaires for Emergency Lighting. IEC 60598-2-25: 94 Section 25: Luminaires for use in clinic areas for hospitals and health care buildings. IEC 60630: 94 IEC 60662: 80 IEC 60704- 1: 97 Maximum Lamp Outlines for Incandescent Lamps (Amendment No 3, 1999). High-Pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps (Amendment No 9, 1997). Household and Similar Electrical Appliance Test Code for the Determination for Airborne Acoustical Noise- Part 1: General Requirements. Miscellaneous Lampholders Part 1: General Requirements and Tests (Amendment No 1 1998). Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamp Performance Requirements - (Amendment No 2 1994). Auxiliaries for Lamps Ballasts for Discharge Lamps (Excluding Tubular Fluorescent Lamps), Performance Requirements. D.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps- General and Safety Requirements- (Amendment No 1 1993). D.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps- Performance Requirements- (Amendment No 1 1996). Auxiliaries for Lamps Starting Devices (Other than Glow Starter) General and Safety Requirements. Auxiliaries for Lamps Starting Devices (Other than Glow Starter) Performance Requirements Auxiliaries For Lamps - A.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts For Tubular Fluorescent Lamps - General and Safety Requirements

IEC 60838-1: 97 IEC 60921: 88 IEC 60923: 95 IEC 60924: 90

IEC 60925: 89 IEC 60926: 95 IEC 60927: 96 IEC 60928: 95

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IEC 60929: 90 IEC 61048: 91 IEC 61049: 92 IEC 61167: 92 IEC 61184: 97 IEC 61195: 93 IEC 61199: 93 IEC 61231: 93 IEC 61347 IEC 61347-1 IEC 61347-2-1: 00 IEC 61347-2-2: 00 IEC 61347-2-3: 00 IEC 61347-2-7: 00 IEC 61347-2-8: 00 IEC 61347-2-9:00 IEC/TR 60882: 86

Auxiliaries for Lamps - A.C. Supplied Electronic Ballasts for Tubular Fluorescent Lamps - Performance Requirements. Capacitors for Use in Tubular Fluorescent and Other Discharge Lamp Circuits, General and Safety Requirements . Specification for Capacitors for Use in Tubular Fluorescent and Other Discharge Lamp Circuits, Performance Requirements. Metal Halide Lamps - (Amendment No 3 1998). Bayonet Lamp Holders. Double Capped Fluorescent Lamps - Safety Requirements. Single Capped Fluorescent Lamps - Safety Requirements. International Lamp Coding System (ILCOS) Lamp Control Gear Part 1: General and Safety Requirements Part 2- 1: Particular Requirements for Starting Devices (Other than Glow Starters) Part 2- 2: Particular Requirements for D.C. or A.C. Supplied Electronic Step Down Converters for Filament Lamps. Part 2- 3: Particular Requirements for A.C. Electronic Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps. Part 2- 7: Particular Requirements for D.C. Electronic Ballasts for Emergency Lighting. Part 2- 8: Particular Requirements for Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps. Part 2- 9: Particular Requirements for Ballasts for Discharge Lamps. (Excluding Fluorescent Lamps). Pre-Heat Requirements for Starterless Tubular Fluorescent Lamps

1 02 01 04 USA Standards 1 02 01 05 European Standards 1 02 01 06 British Standards


BS 5499 BS 5499-1: 90 BS 5499-2: 86 BS 5499-3: 90 Fire safety signs, notices and graphic symbols Specification for fire safety signs Specification for self luminous fire safety signs Specification for internally-illuminated fire safety signs

1 02 01 07 German Standards

1 02 02 Codes
Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu Electrical code Volume 2- article 410. NFPA 402 Fixture wires

1 02 03 Other References

1 03

Definitions
Note: The following description of terms is mainly based on IEC 60598 Part 1: General Requirements and tests.

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1 03 01 Technical Terms
Where the terms "Voltage " and "Current " are used, they imply the (r.m.s.) values unless otherwise stated. air handling luminaire A luminaire through some part of which air is supplied to or extracted from the interior of the building. ballast - A unit inserted between the supply and one or more discharge lamps which by means of inductance, capacitance or resistance, single or in combination, limits the current of the lamp(s) to the required value. It also provides starting voltage and preheating current reduces stroboscopic effect and corrects the power factor. discharge lamp - A lamp in which the light is produced either directly or by the excitation of phosphors by an electric discharge through a gas, a metal vapour or a mixture of several gases and vapour. incandescent lamp A lamp in which light is produced by a filament heated to incandescence by the passage of an electric current. lighting-fixture - An Apparatus which is complete with all parts (Lamps, Reflectors, Side panels, Louvers, etc.) to give light. luminaire - Apparatus which distributes, filters or transforms the light transmitted from one or more lamps and which includes all the parts necessary for supporting, fixing and protecting the lamps, but not the lamps themselves, and where necessary circuit auxiliaries together with the means for connecting them to the supply. luminaire accessories - All components other than the lamp and the housing luminous efficacy The ratio of the luminous flux emitted by a lamp to the power consumed by it (unit: lumen per watt, Lm/W). metal halide lamp A discharge lamp in which the light is produced by the radiation from a mixture of a metallic vapour (usually mercury) and the products of the dissociation of halides. rated voltage - The supply voltage or voltages assigned to the luminaire by the manufacturer. recessed luminaire - A luminaire intended by manufacture to be fully or partly recessed into a mounting surface (for operation in enclosed cavities or mounted through a surface such as a suspended ceiling). rated maximum ambient temperature (ta) - The temperature assigned to a luminaire by the manufacturer to indicate the highest sustained temperature in which the luminaire may be operated under normal conditions. tungsten halogen lamp An incandescent lamp with a gas filling containing a proportion of halogens.

1 03 02 Abbreviation and Symbols


RCJY NFPA r.m.s. F.F.L. GLS IESNA Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu National Fire Protection Association (US) Root Mean Square Finished Floor or Ground Level General Lighting Services Illuminating Engineering Society of North America

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System Description
Note: Restrict this paragraph to statements describing design requirements and operational requirements and operational properties of a complete system (e.g. A/C system, lifts, etc.) to be designed by contractor

1 04 01 Design Requirements

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1 04 02 Performance Requirements
Note: Restrict this paragraph to statements describing Performance requirements and operational requirements and operational properties of a complete system (e.g. A/C system, lifts, etc.) to be designed by contractor

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Submittals.
Submit the following in accordance with Conditions of Contract and Section 01300

1 05 01 Product Data
Product Data shall include lamp data, details of construction and luminaire lighting distribution (polar diagrams if available) for each type of luminaire to be installed. The contractor shall submit all technical data (i.e. erection obligations, slot sizes and flow rates for air handling luminaires etc.).

1 05 02 Shop Drawings
Shop drawings shall contain location (layout) of luminaires, lighting level, the code of protection (suitability of luminaire for use in the location designed) and controlling equipment.

1 05 03 Samples
01 0 The contractor shall supply at least one sample of each type of luminaire, to be approved by the supervision engineer before installation. Samples shall enclose product data documents. 02 0 Where a luminaire is included as a part of an integrated ceiling system, a sample of the system including the luminaire shall be installed for inspection and approval.

1 05 04 Quality Control Submittals


Documented experience of Contractors site supervisor(s) (see ref. 1 06 01 02) Certificates for all elements indicated showing compliance with referenced Standards and requirements of authorities having jurisdiction

1 05 04 01 Test Reports and Certificates


Test Reports and/or Certificates shall be submitted to certify that the luminaire complies with Saudi standards and/or international standards. Submittals should contain all necessary photometric data and should prove that the luminaire is suitable for use in the location to be installed and that in normal use they function safely and cause no danger to persons or surroundings.

1 05 04 02 Manufacturer's Instructions
Manufacturer's manual shall be supplied with luminaire, containing instructions for handling, storing, installing lamps used and maintenance.

1 05 05 Handing-Over Submittals
1 05 05 01 Project Records 1 05 05 02 Operation and Maintenance Data
Provide schedule and data for maintenance at luminaires.

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1 05 06 Other Submittals

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Quality Assurance

1 06 01 Qualifications
1 06 01 01 Qualifications of Manufacturers
Products used in the work of this Section shall be produced by manufacturers regularly engaged in manufacture of similar items and with a history of successful production acceptable to the supervisor engineer.

1 06 01 02 Qualifications of Installers
Use adequate number of skilled workmen who are thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and who are completely familiar with the specified requirements and the methods needed for proper performance of work. Contractors site supervisor(s) shall have knowledge of referenced standards and at least five (5) years of documented experience.

1 06 02 Regulatory Requirements
Note: Specify obligations to comply with specific code requirements for Contractor designed items and other requirements of public authorities if any!

1 06 03 Certifications
Provide certificates issued by either the manufacturer or an authorised and independent agency or independent laboratory, showing that each type of luminaire has been tested and complies with relevant standards.

1 06 04 Quality Control
1 06 04 01 Internal Quality Control
Contractors internal quality control shall include, checking that suppliers test certificates and certificates of compliance conform to specification and referenced standards prior to assembly or installation. Checking suppliers delivery tickets for compliance with supply order and specification

1 06 04 02 External Quality Control 1 06 04 03 Source Quality Control

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Delivery, Storage and Handling


Deliver materials to site originally packed by manufacturer in unopened containers. Protect materials during delivery to comply with manufacturers directions. Damaged materials shall be replaced at Contractor's costs.

1 07 01 Packing and Shipping

1 07 02 Storage and Protection


Store materials at building site strictly according to manufacturers instructions. Store products in a dry and ventilated place

1 07 03 Acceptance at Site
Note: Applies for Employer provided products only, for which conditions of acceptance at site should be specified here!
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Project and Site Conditions

1 08 01 Existing Site Conditions


Note: Should include references to documents where information may be found pertaining to such items as existing structures, public utility lines, geophysical reports etc.!

1 08 02 Environmental Requirements
Refer to Section 01060 Regulatory Requirements, 1 01 02 .

1 09

Schedules and Programs


Note: Specify requirements for coordinating certain works, which must be done, in special sequence with, or at the same time as work in other sections. The particular sequence of events should be specified here

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Special Warranty
Note: Describe special or extended warranty only (e.g. in landscaping when warranty depends on growing, periods may be exceeding the normal warranty period).

1 11

Maintenance

1 11 01 Maintenance Service 1 11 02 Operation Services 1 11 03 Extra Material


Note: Specify products to be supplied by the Contractor for future maintenance and repair and state to whom, when and where the items are to be delivered!

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Part 2: Products.
Note: Luminaires shall be specified in detail by the specifier in the drawings and B.o.Q. In general specifications do not describe products that might then exclude suitable types. By Government policy the specifier shall not specify a product by name and model number, however he must give sufficient detail to enable luminaires to be chosen.

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Lamps
Lamps and lamp containers shall be legibly and durably marked with manufactures name and/or trademark, country of origin, the rated wattage, rated colour and the class of the lamp. The manufacturers installation recommendations concerning permissible lamp positions shall be followed. Lamps in general shall comply with IEC 61231, international lamp coding system (ILCOS).

2 01 01 Incandescent Lamps
In general lamps with tungsten filament (Incandescent) shall comply with IEC 60630.

2 01 01 01 Tungsten Filament Lamp (Ordinary Incandescent Lamp)


Incandescent lamps with tungsten filament for domestic and general lighting purposes shall comply with IEC 60064 and 60432.

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Tungsten Halogen Lamps


Tungsten halogen lamps for floodlights and spotlights shall comply with IEC 60357 and 60432-2.

2 01 02 Fluorescent Lamps
Tubular fluorescent lamps for general lighting service (GLS) shall comply with SASO 138 and 139. Rapid start fluorescent tubes and low energy lamp types with 16 mm or 26-mm tube diameter are preferred.

2 01 02 01 Double-capped Fluorescent Lamps


Double-capped fluorescent lamps shall comply with IEC 60081 and 61195.

2 01 02 02 Single-capped Fluorescent Lamps


Single-capped fluorescent lamps shall comply with IEC 60901 and 61199.

2 01 02 03 Starterless Tubular Fluorescent Lamps


Starterless tubular Fluorescent Lamps shall comply with IEC/TR 60882.

2 01 03 Discharge lamps
2 01 03 01 High-pressure Mercury Vapour Lamps
High-pressure mercury vapor lamps shall comply with SASO 1131 and 1132, and IEC 60188.

2 01 03 02 High-pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps


High-pressure sodium vapour lamps shall comply with IEC 60662.

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2 01 03 03 Low-pressure Sodium Vapour Lamps


Low-pressure sodium vapour lamps shall comply with IEC 60192.

2 01 03 04 Metal Halide Lamps


Metal halide lamps shall comply with IEC 61167.

2 01 04 Lamp Caps and Holders


Lamp caps and lamp holders shall be of suitable material, resistant to corrosion. The cap shall be attached firmly to the tube or the bulb and shall be capable to withstand the normal operational temperature. Lamp caps and holders shall comply with IEC 60061- 4.

2 01 04 01 Lamp Caps
Lamp caps shall comply with IEC 60061-1.

2 01 04 02 Lampholders
Lampholders in general, shall comply with the IEC 60061-2 and 60838-1. Bayonet Lampholders for general use shall comply with SASO 233 and 234, and IEC 611184. Lampholders for linear incandescent lamps shall comply with IEC 60838-2. Screw Lampholders shall comply with IEC 60238 and 60399. Lampholders for tubular fluorescent lamps shall comply with IEC 60400.

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Lamp Auxiliaries
All ballasts shall be integrated power factor corrected with integrated temperature protection. The temperature rating shall be at least Tw 130/55/125 degree C (annex part 6 table No. 5). Ballasts shall prevent visible lamp flicker. The power factor correction shall be not less than 0.95.

2 02 01 Ballasts

2 02 01 01 Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps.


Ballasts for fluorescent lamps shall comply with SASO 507 and 508, and IEC 60920 and 60921. Sheet metal enclosed ballasts shall be with a protection code of IP 20, (see annex 6 table No1) and the coil shall be cast-resin impregnated. A.C. supplied electronic ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps shall comply with SASO standard (1489) with IEC standard (60928 and 60929). D.C. supplied electronic ballasts for tubular fluorescent lamps shall comply with SASO standard (1488) and with IEC standard (60924 and 60925). Electronic fluorescent controllable ballasts shall be capable of dimming down to 10%, and enable lamps to start at any light level without first flashing to full light.

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Ballasts for Discharge Lamps


Ballasts for discharge lamps shall comply with the general and safety requirement of SASO 1491 and 1492, and IEC 60704, 60922 and 60923. Ballasts for high-pressure mercury vapour lamps shall comply with SASO 691 and 692. Ballasts for discharge lamps can be used in combination with an external igniter. Integrated ballasts shall be used for discharge lamps that include the ballast coil and the power factor correcting capacitor in a sheet metal enclosure with a protection code of IP 53(see annex 6 table No3). The coil shall be cast-resin impregnated. The ballast shall have three taps for voltage adjustment.

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2 02 02 Starters
Starters for tubular fluorescent lamps shall provide flicker free ignition. Glow starters for tubular fluorescent lamps with pre-heated cathode shall comply with SASO 146 and 147. Starting devices (other than glow starters) shall comply with SASO 1493 and 1494, and IEC 60926 and 60927. Starters for fluorescent lamps shall have the range from 18 W to 65 W with an ignition temperature range from 20 to +80 degrees C. Electronic starters are preferred for tubular fluorescent lamps.

2 02 03 Capacitors
Capacitors for fluorescent lamps shall comply with IEC 61048 and 61049. The capacitor terminals shall be of snap-type connectors.

2 03

Luminaires
Luminaires shall comply with the general requirement of SASO 1318 and IEC 605981 and 60598- 2. Luminaires shall be protected against entry of dust and water according to their location. The quoted degree of protection for luminaires shall comply with SASO 980 and IEC 529. See annex 6, tables 1,2, and 3.

2 03 01 Fluorescent Luminaires
2 03 01 01 General
The housing shall have sufficient knockouts for convenient mounting by normal methods, either on wall or ceiling. The housing shall contain security device to prevent lamp dropout due to shock or vibration. All metal parts of the housing shall be connected to an earthing close to the power connection terminal. Frames and socket plates shall be of suitable heavy material, formed and braced to hold lamp sockets firmly in place during relamping. All brackets, clips, spacers etc. necessary for proper installation shall be furnished as part of the luminaire. Seams shall be constructed to prevent light leakage. Reflectors, where fitted, shall be of high reflectivity and shall be securely connected to the luminaire body, but shall be removable for access to the control gear and wiring without the use of tools other than a screwdriver. Louvers, and diffusers shall be of precision fit or gasketed to prevent light leakage. Louvers shall be easily removable without the use of tools and shall be held in the closed position without external projection.

2 03 01 02 Recess -mounted Luminaires


Recess-mounted luminaires shall be made suitable for use with various ceiling systems by modifying the fastening device only. Recess-mounted lighting fixtures with open louvres shall have a protection code of at least IP 20 (see annex 6 table No 1), and fixtures with diffusers shall have a protection code of at least IP 40 (see annex 6 table No 2).

2 03 01 03 Surface-mounted Luminaires
Surface-mounted luminaires shall be made from one piece, and solid along their entire length. Lighting fixtures with open louvres shall have a protection code of at least IP 20 (see annex 6 table No1), and fixtures with diffusers shall have a protection code of at least IP 40 (see annex 6 table No 2). Lighting fixtures for installation in wet or outside locations shall have a protection code of at least IP 55 (see annex 6 table No 4).

2 03 01 04 Air Handling Luminaires


The supply and exhaust air hoods shall be thermally insulated. Luminaires shall comply with IEC (60598-2-19).
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2 03 02 Incandescent or Discharge Luminaires


2 03 02 01 General
The housing shall be of corrosion resistant finish, heatproof and ventilated. The luminaire housing shall be furnished with tapped holes to facilitate direct conduit entry, which shall be provided with threaded plugs. Materials and accessories, whether specifically mentioned or not, shall be of the highest grade of manufacture and equal in every respect to the highest commercial standard. Wiring for incandescent lighting shall be heatproof with a minimum temperature rating of 150 degrees C. Gaskets shall be heatproof and provided for weathertight operation. Lamp base sockets shall be porcelain.

2 03 02 02 Recessed Luminaires (Downlights)


Recessed Luminaires shall comply with IEC standard (60598-2-2). Relamping shall be possible without removing the unit.

2 03 02 03 Wall or Ceiling-mounted Luminaires


Luminaires for wall and ceiling mounting shall be carefully tested to ensure local heating of ceiling and wall finishes cannot cause damage.

2 03 02 04 Floodlight Luminaires
Floodlight luminaires shall comply with IEC standard (60598-2-5). The housing construction shall be designed for maximum heat dissipation. The fixture shall be adjustable horizontally and vertically. The socket shall be made of high-temperature, metal encased, spring-located porcelain.

2 03 02 05 Portable Luminaires
Portable luminaires shall be equal in every respect to the highest commercial standard. Portable luminaires shall be vandal resistance, water repellant, vibration and shock resistant. Portable luminaires shall comply with IEC standards (60598-2-4) Portable luminaires for garden use shall comply with IEC standards (60598-2-7).

2 03 02 06 Stage-lighting Fittings
Luminaires including stage lighting, spot and floodlighting projectors shall comply with IEC 598-2-17.

2 03 02 07 Step Lights
Step lights shall be provided by light control louvers with a suitable angle depending on step height and depth.

2 03 02 08 Exit and Emergency Luminaires


Emergency Luminaires shall conform to IEC 60598-2-22. Exit and emergency luminaires, either temporary or for continuous work shall be of incandescent type, or instant start fluorescent type. All wiring shall be with a minimum temperature rating of 150 degrees C and shall be concealed in the wireway of the luminaire. Exit signs shall be of ceramic, fired glass, acrylic plastic or fiberglass and shall have white letters on a red or green background. Letters, with or without arrows, shall be a minimum of 150 mm high with 20-mm stroke. All signs shall be inserted in lightproof slides, frames, or hinged doors. Hinges, where used, shall be concealed. All ferrous metal parts shall be treated with a rust inhibitor after fabrication and prior to the application of the finish coat. A test switch shall be provided to test the unit. Exit and emergency luminaire shall be: GSBC - Ministry of Public Works and Housing - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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Self-powered exit and emergency luminaire. Self-powered luminaire shall have at least 1 hour of emergency operation, a solid state fully automatic charger and at least two low voltage high-brightness bulbs. The battery and charger shall be an integral part of the unit or in an exterior module specifically to be mounted with the unit Central DC supply exit and emergency luminaire

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Lighting Poles
The complete assembly of the lighting fixtures consisting of the pole, luminaires and bracket arms shall be designed for dead loads imposed and theoretical dynamic loads of pressure developed by maximum wind velocities expected at the site. Poles with a length of 15 m and more above finished floor or ground level shall be provided either with climbing irons starting 2 m above ground and extending to the position of the luminaire or other suitable means for servicing the luminaires at ground level. Each pole shall be equipped with a cable connection box for two incoming armoured cables up to 4 35 mm2, equipped with two fuse sockets for fuses up to 63 Amp. The cable box of protection code IP 55 (see annex Part 6 table No 4)., see (annex 6 table 4) shall be installed inside the pole behind a lockable handhole opening which shall be located approximately 600 mm above F.F.L. An earthing lug for the connection of a separate earthing conductor shall be suitably installed near the cable box. Lighting poles shall be: 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 Steel complying with the SASO standard (1495). Steel lighting poles shall be painted with one coat primer and two finishing coats. Hot dip galvanized steel complying with the SASO standard (1495). Aluminium Fibreglass reinforced Polyester complying with SASO standard (533).

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2 04 02 Poles with Flange Plates


The base assembly of these poles shall consist of a base plate, of suitable dimension, welded to the shaft tube. A minimum of four hot-dipped galvanized high-tensile steel anchor bolts, with square levelling nuts, hexagonal hold-down bolts, flat and lock washers shall be capable of withstanding full bending moment of the shaft at its yield strength stress. The base plate shall have a 100-mm wide opening with gasketed edge for cable penetration from the concrete foundation.

2 04 03 Earth-embedded Poles
These poles shall be embedded in earth for not less than 1/6 of their entire length. The depth shall depend upon local soil conditions and be approved by the Engineer. Poles shall have a cable opening approximately 800 mm below F.F.L, sufficient for two armoured cables of up to 4x35 mm2 to the cable connection box. Poles shall be bitumen-coated against corrosion for the length embedded in the ground, extending to approximately 300 mm above F.F.L.

2 04 04 Poles Foundations
The foundation for poles depends on the type of poles, fixtures and soil condition and shall be designed according to section 03300. The stability of lighting pole foundations shall be proved by a structural calculation before execution of the foundation.. The foundations shall be provided with conduits for cable penetration to the pole (see section 16050).

2 04 05 Floodlight Towers
Floodlight towers shall be of galvanized steel or steel with protective coating. They shall be equipped with a cable connection box, of protection class IP 55 (see
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annex 6 table No 4), for two incoming supply cables, with fuse sockets for fuses up to 63 A. Floodlight poles carrying more than two luminaires shall be provided with a suitable service platform including a safety basket. The cable box shall be installed inside the mast behind a lockable handhole. An earth terminal shall be provided near the cable box for connection of a separate earthing conductor. Floodlight towers shall be mounted on a concrete foundation by means of a base plate welded to the mast tube and a minimum of four hot-dipped galvanized high-tensile steel anchor bolts. The, base plate shall have an opening not less than 100 x 100 mm with gasketed edges for supply cables from the mast foundation.

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Part 3: Execution
General Examination
Lamps, luminaire and lighting poles shall be examined before installation. They shall be free from any defects (e.g. on housing, painting, etc.) and shall be in first class operating order.

3 02 3 03

General Preparation Installations


Lighting fixtures shall be installed in an approved workmanlike manner, according to manufacturers recommendations. Fixings, which carry the weight of the luminaire and internal accessories, shall be provided with means to prevent the dislodgement of any part of the luminaire by vibration, either in service or during maintenance.

3 03 01 General

3 03 02

Surface Mounted Fixtures


Continuous rows of fixtures shall be installed so as to provide perfect alignment, and shall have no gaps between fixture items, trim and adjacent items.

3 03 03 Recessed Mounted Luminaire


Recessed mounted luminaires shall be lodged properly and have no gaps between edges and the false ceiling.

3 03 04 Lighting Poles
Poles shall be aligned vertically and shall be properly fastened to their foundations. Earth-embedded poles shall be provided with a corrosion protection tape approximately 200 mm above and below the ground level.

3 04

Field Quality Control


All fixtures and equipment shall be complete with the required glassware, reflectors, side panels, louvres or other necessary components. Upon completion of the installation, the lighting fixtures shall be in a perfect condition, free from defects and shall be energised for testing as required by relevant IEC standards.

3 05 3 06

Adjusting and Cleaning Demonstration


Note: State requirements to demonstrate operation and maintenance of equipment to the employer's personnel including special training if required.

3 07 3 08

Protection Schedules
Note: Include schedules (e.g. door schedule) to indicate what to put where, and provide other co-ordinating data if necessary !

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Part 4: Method of Measurement


General
Units shall be measured from site.

Units of Measurements
The measurement of lamps, luminaires, lighting fixtures and lighting poles shall be by number.

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Part 5: Basis of Payment


General Ancillary Works to be Included in the Unit Price Rates
All straps, supports, hangers and other materials necessary for proper installation shall be included in the unit price.

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Annex: Tables and figures.


Tables
The following first four tables show examples of the use of SASO standard 980 which specifies the degree of protection for electrical equipment against ingress of solid foreign objects and water, which is used in this section. The fifth table explains the meaning of the ballast temperature rating (T.W. 130/ 55/ 125). Table 1 :The meaning of IP 20 IP Code letter (International protection) 2 Protected against ingress of solid foreign objects > 12.5mm diameter. 0 Non- protected against water

Table 2: The meaning of IP 40 IP Code letter (International protection) 4 Protected against ingress of solid foreign objects > 1.0mm diameter. 0 Non- protected against water

Table 3 : The meaning of IP 53 IP Code letter (International protection) 5 Dust protected 3 Protected against spraying water

Table 4 :The meaning of IP 55 IP Code letter (International protection) 5 Dust protected 5 protected against jetting water

Table 5 : The meaning of ballast temperature rating (T.W. 130/ 55/ 125). 130 degrees C 55 degrees C 125 degrees C Maximum coil temperature. Temperature rise of coil at normal operating condition. Temperature rise of coil at abnormal operating conditions.

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Figures

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Annex: Specifier Information


Obstruction Lighting
Obstruction lighting for aviation warning shall be according to table 25-22 in IESNA.

7 0 2 Preferred Products
Metal halide lamps give better colour rendering of higher luminous efficacy than the corresponding pure metal vapour. Electronic starters are preferred for tubular fluorescent lamps.

7 0 3 Lighting design
Lighting design illumination shall conform with SASO 335.

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