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Annex B – Solid State Lighting Sample Specifications Sample Roadway Lighting Specification Sample Tunnel Lighting Specification Sample Tunnel Control System Specifications

B-1 SAMPLE ROADWAY LIGHTING SPECIFICATION PART 1 – GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION OF WORK A. The work under this item consists of furnishing and installing a light emitting diode (LED) roadway lighting luminaire, including drivers, pole arm mounting clamps, cable connectors (fused and non-fused), and electrical connection to two No. 10 AWG color-coded wires provided with the existing arm and pole assembly. B. Reasonable engineering judgement is to be executed when interpreting this contract package. At a minimum, all items required making a complete and operable system as defined in the Contract Drawings are to be included. This specification is to be the governing reference and is subject to the Engineer’s interpretation. 1.02 REFERENCED STANDARDS A. The publications listed below form a part of these Specifications to the extent referenced. The publications are referred to in the text by basic designation only. In case of conflict between provisions of codes, laws, ordinances, and these Specifications, including the Contract Drawings, the more stringent requirements will apply. B. Materials and workmanship shall be in accordance with the following Standards and Codes to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise indicated, the issuance, or date of applicable Codes and Standards at the time the Request for Proposal is issued shall govern. 1. American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Publications: Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels 2. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Publications: C2 National Electrical Safety Code C37 Seismic Testing of Relays C62.41 Characterization of Surges in Low-Voltage (1000V and Less) AC Power Circuits C78.377 Specifications for the Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting Products C82.SSL-1 Operational Characteristics and Electrical Safety of SSL Power Supplies and Drivers C83.77 Harmonic Emission Limits – Related Power Quality Requirements for Lighting C136.2 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment-Luminaire Voltage Classifications C136-10 Standard for Roadway Lighting Equipment, Locking-Type Photo Control Devices C136-31 Standard for Roadway Lighting Equipment Luminaire Vibration

B-2 C136-22 Standard for Roadway Lighting, Internal Labeling of Luminaires C136-31 Standard Roadway Lighting Equipment Luminaire Vibration 3. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Publications: A123 Standard Specification of Zinc (Hot Dipped Galvanized) Coating on Iron and Steel Products A143 Standard Practice for Safeguarding Against Embrittlement of Hot-Dip Galvanized Structural Steel Products and Procedure for Detecting Embrittlement A153 Standard Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware A376 Standard Practice for Measuring Coating Thickness by Magnetic-Field or Eddy-current (Electromagnetic) Test Methods A325M-03 Standard Specification for Structural Bolts, Steel Heat Treated 830 MPa, Minimum Tensile Strength A384 Standard Practice for Safeguarding Against Warpage and Distortion During Hot-Dip Galvanizing of Steel Assemblies A48/A48M-03 Standard Specification for Gray Iron Castings A53/A53M-02 Standard Specification for Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated, Welded and Seamless B117-03 Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus D522-93a Standard Test Methods for Mandrel Bend Test of Attached Organic Coatings D714-87 Standard Test Method for Evaluation Degree of Blistering of Paints D1654-92 Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Painted or Coated Specimens Subject to Corrosive Environments D3359-97 Standard Test Methods for Measuring Adhesion Tape Test F436M-03 Standard Specification for Hardened Steel Washers G7-05 Standard Practice for Atmospheric Environmental Exposure Testing of Nonmetallic Materials: Testing UV Resistance ISO-7415:1984 Plain washers for high-strength structural bolting, hardened and tempered 4. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC): IEC 60598 Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures (IP Code) 5. Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Publication: HB-10-11 IESNA Lighting Handbook – 10th Edition RP-8 Recommended Practice for Roadways RP-16-96 Nomenclature and Definition LM-50-99 Photometric Measurements for Roadway Lighting Installations

B-3 LM-63-95 Standard file format for Electronic Transfer of Photometric Data LM-79-08 Photometric Measurement of Solid State Lighting Products LM-80-08 Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED Sources LM-82-12 Approved Method for Characterization of LED Light Engines and Integrated LED Lamps for electrical and Photometric Properties as a Function of Temperature LM-85-14 Approval Method for electrical and Photometric Measurements of High Powered LEDs TM-15 Lighting Classification TM-15 BUG Ratings Addendum TM-21 Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources 6. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Publication: 70 National Electrical Code 7. National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA): 250 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment 8. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) Publications: 467 Grounding and Bonding Equipment 508A Industrial Control Equipment 1598 Luminaires 8750 Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Equipment for Use in Lighting Products 773 Plug-in Locking Type Photocontrols for Use with Area Lighting IEUR guide Information for Luminaire Poles 1.03 SUBMITTALS A. General: Data, shop drawings, and reports shall employ the terminology, classifications, and methods prescribed by the IES Lighting Handbook, as applicable, for the lighting system specified. All the items listed herein shall be completed and included as stated for submittal before any review of Manufacturer’s data will occur. B. Product Data: For each luminaire type, arranged in the order of lighting unit designation. Luminaire submittal information shall be inclusive of the following: 1. Physical description of luminaire, including materials, dimensions, finishes and verification of indicated parameters. 2. Catalog cuts and manufacturer drawings including mounting bolt templates, as appropriate, keyed to specific arms and certified by manufacturer.

B-4 3. Weight of the fixture, inclusive of the driver, and effective projected area of the luminaires and mounting arm assemblies. 4. Details of attaching luminaries, accessories, and installation and construction details, drawn to scale. 5. Component data for LED Drivers, including description, operating characteristics, electrical data, component/capacitor temperature rating and reliability testing report from an independent laboratory including mean-time-between-failure (MTBF). 6. LED and Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) Construction including LED type, ratings and description including heat dissipation indicating margin between the maximum rated LED junction temperature and the junction temperature at operating current. 7. Lumen depreciation as a function of operating current, temperature and operating hours. Provide measurement bases for these factors. 8. All components shall be submitted with a list of all standards for which the product conforms. 9. Manufacturer’s recommended replacement parts list. 10. Wiring Diagrams: Power and control wiring. C. Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit Manufacturer’s installation instructions detailing the installation procedures and recommended maintenance procedures that will comply with the warranty specified herein. D. Manufacturer shall certify that new luminaires do not exceed the weight or wind loading requirements of the existing luminaires E. UL Listing: Luminaire Manufacturer to provide documentation that all fixtures are listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) and state that the fixtures being submitted will operate properly for each mounting condition shown throughout the contract drawings. F. Photometric Data: Luminaire Manufacturer to provide photometric data certified by an Independent Testing Laboratory for each fixture type specified. Data must include the following information: 1. Horizontal Iso-Illuminance diagram for each mounting height specified on the drawings displaying lumens per square foot, ½ Maximum Candela Trace, and the location of the Maximum Candela Point. 2. Candela Tabulation. 3. Coefficients of Utilization and Flux Distribution Analysis. 4. Maximum Plane and Maximum Cone of Candela. 5. IES formatted photometric data on a CD-ROM, prepared by an Independent Testing Laboratory. 6. IES LM-79 and LM-80 reports. 7. All data submitted must have been prepared and certified by an independent laboratory within the past five years.

B-5 G. If alternate luminaire is submitted, luminaire manufacturer to provide a computerized printout (in drawing form) detailing the entire finished area(s) being lighted by the submitted luminaires detailing a statistical summary of maintained lighting levels using a light loss factor (LLF) of 0.70 using the pole layout shown on the procurement contract drawings. A grid spaced no further than 5 feet on center at a scale of 1" = 20'-0" accompanied with a copy of all input data used to create the drawing(s). Approval of these calculations shall be made by the Engineer in a timely manner prior to manufacture of any material. Calculation(s) to be completed using the procurement design drawings as the basis for the pole placement and mounting height. Calculations are to include average, maximum, minimum, maximum/minimum and average/minimum for both initial and maintained luminance on an R3 roadway surface. The luminance levels will be those recommended by IES RP-8-14 for each type of roadway. Included with these calculations provide the veiling luminance ratio for each calculation. H. Warranties: Provide written documentation stating that the manufacturer will conform to the warranty specified in Section 1.05. I. Samples: To ensure the proposed luminaires will withstand the rigors of the application, an operable sample is to be provided for each luminaire type (Sample to include a cord and plug and wired to 120V). All samples will become the property of the Authority and will be retained by the Engineer during the construction period for quality assurances purposes. The samples will not be returned at the end of the project. 1.04 QUALIFICATIONS A. Manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing products specified in this section with a minimum four (4) years documented experience in meeting performance requirements as described in this section. Company shall be willing to extend their standard warranty period as outlined in sub-section 1.7 of this specification, as well as provide the testing as outlined in section 1.8 of this specification. 1.05 WARRANTY A. Special Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace luminaries or components of luminaries and lamps that fail in materials or workmanship; corrode; or fade, stain, or chalk due to effects of weather, vibration or solar radiation within specified warranty period. 1. Manufacturer may exclude lightning damage, hail damage, vandalism, abuse, or unauthorized repairs or alterations from special warranty coverage. B. Warranty Periods: 1. Luminaries, Drivers and Mounting Arms: Ten years from date of Substantial Completion. 2. LED Lumen Depreciation: Lumen depreciation shall not be more than 10 percent within the ten-year warranty period starting from date of Substantial Completion. 3. Luminaire Paint finish: Ten years from date of Substantial Completion. 4. Metal Corrosion: Ten years from date of Substantial Completion. 5. Flaking and Blistering: Ten years from date of Substantial Completion.

B-6 6. Color Retention: Ten years from date of Substantial Completion. C. Drivers, PCBs and LEDs: Manufacturer to replace at no cost to the Authority any drivers, PCBs and LEDs that are not functional within 10 years from date of Substantial Completion. D. Any claims against the warranty will be valid regardless of who performs the installation. The Manufacturer will be allowed to inspect after the time the repair has been made, at no cost to the Authority with the Engineer present, the installation of the product in order for the final issuance of the warranty specified in this Section. 1.06 TESTING A. Photometric Test(s): A photometric report, completed in accordance with the appropriate IESNA testing procedure, shall include the data in IESNA format for each fixture type submitted. All tests submitted must have been completed within the past 3 years. The photometric report must include: 1. Iso-Illuminance Diagram (20-foot mounting height – no tilt). Diagram to include horizontal illuminance, 1/2 maximum candela trace and maximum candela point. 2. Candela distribution tabulation. 3. Coefficient of utilization and flux distribution analysis. 4. Maximum plane and maximum cone of candela. B. Paint Adhesion and Finish Test(s): The manufacturer shall submit a sample piece of each cast or fabricated part(s) for testing. The manufacturer shall use the same preparation treatment, the same paint, and the same method of application the submitted luminaire shall receive. All test samples shall be submitted to the Quality Assurance Manager for review and acceptance after testing has been completed. Tests shall include the following (if applicable): 1. Fabricated Aluminum and Steel Parts: All exposed fabricated parts shall be subjected to the following tests regardless of material. (Tests shall be performed in 4 locations on the sample): a. AAMA 2605 – 7.4 Film Adhesion b. AAMA 2605 – 7.5 Impact Resistance c. AAMA 2605 – 7.7 Chemical Resistance d. AAMA 2605 – 7.8 Corrosion Resistance e. ASTM D 522 - The flexibility of the finish shall withstand a 180 degree bend over a ¼ inch mandrel diameter without loss of adhesion or cracking.

B-7 C. Dust and Water Intrusion Test(s): The manufacturer shall provide written documentation that the luminaire(s) and wireway(s) have been tested in accordance with EN 60598 and have successfully passed the requirements to obtain an IP66 certification. D. Vibration Test. While attached to its mounting plate in the orientation for which it will be installed, the complete luminaire (same luminaire), with LED lamps and drivers installed, and shall successfully pass a vibration test at 2 g loading for 100,000 cycles in two of the three major axes. At the end of the test, the luminaire shall then be energized to illustrate that no failure to the electrical components has been experienced. Note: As an alternative test, the manufacturer shall submit the results of the luminaire subjected to the ANSI 136.31. However, the same luminaire and mounting plate shall be used in all planes of test. 1.07 HANDLING AND DELIVERY A. Ship luminaires and accessories securely packaged and labeled for safe handling in shipment and to avoid damage or distortion. Store all luminaires, poles, and accessories in a secure, dry facility and in original packaging in a manner to prevent soiling, physical damage, wetting, or corrosion prior to installation. Provide for storage inspection by QA/QC inspectors after luminaires, poles, electrical equipment, and accessories have been delivered. This inspection is at no additional cost to the project. All cartons shall be clearly marked with the proper identification of manufacturer, catalogue number, luminaire designation, and proper storage/handling instructions. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 MATERIALS A. Luminaires shall be clearly marked with the manufacturer’s name and catalog number, voltage, lamp type, maximum wattage and ballast or driver type for ease of normal maintenance. Fixtures shall be identified with NEMA identification decals (standard lamp type and wattage) on the exterior of the fixture housing such that the decals are visible from ground level. B. Metal parts shall be free to burrs, sharp corners and edges. Sheet metal components shall be made of corrosion resistant aluminum unless otherwise indicated and be formed and supported to prevent warping and sagging. C. Housings shall be rigidly formed, weather-tight and light-tight enclosures unless otherwise specified. Fixtures housings will not warp, sag, or deform in use. Enclosed luminaires shall have a filter/breather feature and be UL/cUL Listed, Suitable For Wet Locations. D. Exposed hardware material shall be Type 316 stainless steel. Small screws shall be Type 304 stainless steel. E. Luminaires shall be furnished complete, of the type specified herein, and shall conform to fixture dimensions shown on the drawings.

B-8 F. All materials, equipment, and devices shall, as a minimum, meet the requirements of UL where UL standards are established for those items and the requirements of NFPA 70. G. All luminaire surfaces shall be finished on all sides of each product. All finishes shall be applied such that the entire assembly is rendered completely corrosion resistant for the service intended. Once the finish is applied, no additional holes will be acceptable. H. Galvanizing: All structural steel, steel hardware and cast ferrous components shall be hot dip galvanized in accordance with the requirements of ASTM A123. I. Mountings, Fasteners, and Appurtenances: Corrosion-resistant items compatible with support components 1. Materials: Shall not cause galvanic action at contact points. 2. Mountings: Correctly position luminaire attachment to provide indicated light distribution. 3. All miscellaneous hardware shall be Stainless Steel with nylon inserts for all nuts, etc. 4. Plastic Parts: High resistance to yellowing and other changes due to aging, exposure to heat, and UV radiation. 5. Lenses and Refractors Gaskets: Use heat- and aging-resistant resilient silicone gaskets to seal and cushion lenses in luminaire doors. 2.02 FINISHES A. Unless otherwise stated, the finish on the luminaire housing, lens frame, latch and support arm shall be a Gray TGIC Thermoset Polyester Powder-Coat 2.5 mil nominal thickness paint shall be applied over a chromate conversion coating, or equivalent to meet the finish warranty. 2.03 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS A. General: Manufacturer is responsible for all compatibility testing between components. B. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) 1. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) shall be of the latest technology and of the highest quality, the LEDs shall be of a constant lumen output and color temperature. 2. Average rated life (as defined by IESNA LM-80 and TM-21) shall be 100,000 hours at an ambient temperature of 25 degrees C. 3. Each LED module shall be clearly labelled with their IESNA distribution type. 4. All LEDs shall be TCLP compliant. 5. Optics package: Consisting of one or more LED modules each comprised of multiple LED’s connected such that individual LED failures may occur without affecting any other LED’s in the column and row where the failure occurred. The number of LED modules used shall be based on the required lumen output to achieve the project illumination design goals. The optics package with the rated and required number of light modules in the specified luminaire shall also be certified to ANSI C136.31-2001 for 3G bridge and overpass vibration standards.

B-9 6. Manufacturers of LED’s shall have been in business for 15+ years, engaged in research, development and marketing of LED wafers and shall have patents on this and related products. 7. LED’s used by the luminaire manufacturer shall be identified and directly sourced from the manufacturer of the LED and shall be certified by the manufacturer of the luminaire as being the LED type and rating used in the manufacture and design of the photometric and thermal characteristics of the luminaire. 8. LED’s shall be color matched for all light modules on any given luminaire to a Correlated Color Temperature of 4000°K. The minimum Color Rendering Index (CRI) shall be 70 or better. 9. LED maximum rated junction temperature: The overall design of the thermal package shall provide a temperature margin when operating at the maximum rated driver current in a 40°C ambient temperature not to exceed the maximum allowable LED junction temperature. 10. Wiring within the fixtures shall conform to the requirements of NEC and UL. Conductor size, temperature rating, voltage rating and manufacture clearly marked on the insulation of each conductor. Unless otherwise specified, the housing of each lighting fixture, wireway and cover shall be provided with a separate, factory- installed, grounding device. C. Light Emitting Diode (LED) Drivers shall be UL listed and design for use in exterior environment. Shall include the following features, unless otherwise indicated. 1. LED Drivers used in the luminaires shall as recommended by the luminaire manufacturer’s specification, subject to the same operating requirements, quality assurance program and terms of warranty as the luminaire. 2. Drivers shall be dimmable with control by a 0-10 volt signal. 3. Components to be fully encased and potted to meet IP67 in wet location areas. 4. Operating Temperature to be -40 to +122 degrees F 5. Minimum average life of 100,000 hours. 6. Input Voltage: LED drivers designed for multi-voltage input (120-277V) or (347- 480V) shall automatically select for the connected voltage or shall be clearly marked at the point of connection for the voltage. Voltage to be verified for each pole location. 7. LED driver efficiency shall be 90% or higher with power factor greater than 90% at any drive current. 8. Total Harmonic Distortion: less than 20% at full load. 9. The minimum MTBF shall be one million hours in accordance with Telcordia SR-322 performed by an independent laboratory at the operating current required by the application and at the maximum rating of the driver. 10. UL recognized, Class 1 driver. 11. LED driver shall in compliance with FCC 47 CFR Part 15. 12. Drivers shall be overload/overcurrent protected on the AC line side connection preferably with an electronic resettable device or a fuse; fuses shall be protected in tool-less, finger-safe holders and shall be replaceable without removing incoming

B-10 power. Drivers shall have quick-disconnects and shall include a “removable” driver tray” or other system for ease of driver replacement. 13. A shielded and replaceable surge protective device (rated ANSI C62.41 Category C) shall be provided integral with the luminaire/driver package to dissipate transient voltages appearing on the AC input. 14. Drivers to be warranted for a minimum of 10 years by the Lighting Fixture manufacturer. 2.04 LED LUMINAIRES A. Housing: The luminaire housing shall consist of the following: 1. Housing shall consist of a combination of extruded and die cast construction of high- pressure low copper aluminum (less than 0.1 percent or less). 2. The housing shall be completely sealed using a silicone gasket and secured together by means of alloy type 316 stainless steel fasteners. 3. Luminaire housing shall be rigidly formed, weather- and light-tight and will not warp, sag, or deform in use. 4. The luminaire shall be modular to the extent that the optics package and power supply are separate and removable from the housing and that failure of any part thereof would not require total replacement of the luminaire. 5. Service Tag: Each luminaire shall have a service tag placed inside of the housing to access individual configuration data. 6. Luminaire shall have a weight of no more than XX lbs. and an EPA of XX sq. ft. 7. Luminaire shall include the following options: a. A field adjustable wattage selector shall be included to adjust the output of the luminaire in a series of at least six steps starting at no more than 33% of the maximum initial lumen output. b. Integral bubble level. c. Bird guard. d. Anti-vermin protection. e. Wiring terminal block. B. Optical system: the optical system shall be comprised of high performance UV stabilized optical grade polymer refractor lenses to achieve desired distribution. System shall be IP66 rated. Performance certification shall be tested per LM-63, LM-79, and TM-15. The optics package and the power supply shall be sealed against the entry of moisture and dirt where the branch circuit enters the housing. The LED modules shall be connected such that individual LED failures may occur without affecting any other LED’s in the column and row where the failed LED occurred. C. Performance: The combined operating life rating of optics package and power supply shall be 100,000 hours minimum where end-of-life shall be taken as the point where lumen output has decreased to 70% of the initial value. D. Reflecting surfaces shall have minimum reflectance as follows, unless otherwise indicated: 1. White Surfaces: 89 percent.

B-11 2. Specular Surfaces: 90 percent. 3. Diffusing Specular Surfaces: 85 percent. E. Thermal Management: Heat sink design and spacing shall provide required heat dissipation at the highest operating current but shall be arranged and oriented such that bird droppings and feathers from roosting birds cannot foul the airways and compromise the cooling efficiency. A self-cleaning heat sink design without requiring the use of hose spray is required by this application. The design of the luminaire shall provide the necessary heat dissipation to maintain the driver’s case temperature to maximize the life expectancy of the driver to 100,000 hours. Luminaires shall be rated for operation over the range (-) 40°C to +40°C. F. Hardware Material: Unless otherwise noted, all hardware shall be Stainless Steel with nylon inserts for all nuts, etc. to separate dissimilar metals. G. Finish: All surfaces shall be protected with an electrostatically applied polyester powder coating inside and out; corrosion-resistant passing 3000-hour salt spray test in accordance with ASTM B117 standard. H. Mounting: The housing shall be designed for mounting to the existing tenon arms by means of a clamp with 4 bolts and allow for step adjustments of +/- 5 degree tilt. I. Manufacturer: Luminaire shall be XXXX or approved equal. Finite catalog numbers are to be developed by the manufacturer and submitted with the shop drawing review process to ensure all options defined are properly incorporated into the product. Products failing to meet specification requirements shall not be accepted. All roadway luminaires shall be from the same manufacturer family/series. J. Installation environment: The luminaire shall be designed to provide 100,000 hours of life, applicable to the location and environment where fixture is installed (i.e. on a highway, in high humidity, subject to vibration, etc.). K. Wiring Connections: 1. Branch circuit wiring to the luminaire shall be via the tenon through the slip fit. Wiring shall be secured inside the luminaire with an integral wire clamp to prevent movement and abrasion. 2. The incoming AC line conductors (#12AWG or #10AWG) shall be terminated in a polarized plug/receptacle combination so that the luminaire may be locally de- energized and the plug removed without presenting a shock hazard or the potential for shorting the conductors together or to ground. The luminaire shall be designed to be removable once the plug is removed from the receptacle (any such maintenance shall normally be performed while the branch circuit connecting to the plug remains energized - the plug shall be weather-protected in case the luminaire cannot be replaced immediately). 3. Grounding lug connected to the housing shall be provided. L. Surge protection: Surge protection shall be internal to the luminaire by the manufacturer, the surge protection device (SPD) shall meet 20kV/10KA per ANSI/IEEE C136.2-2018. M. Photoelectric control receptacle with 7 pins to support power, dimming control and communications. PART 3 - EXECUTION

B-12 3.01 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS A. Perform all Work in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 70, and those authorities having jurisdiction. Verify that other construction work is complete to the extent that Luminaires may be installed. Install Luminaires of the type required in the locations shown and make all final electrical connections. Provide accessories as required to properly install the material defined in this section even though these accessories may not be specifically indicated on the Plans. Provide appropriate support(s) for each lighting fixture. Fixtures and support elements shall not be mounted on or in contact with ducts or pipes. 3.02 LUMINAIRE INSTALLATION A. Fixture Adjustment: Provide labor and materials for final adjustment of all fixtures to the Quality Assurance Manager’s satisfaction. Adjustment shall take place immediately before the work is accepted by the Quality Assurance Manager. B. Fasten luminaire to structural supports. Use fastening methods and materials selected to resist seismic forces defined for the application and approved by the manufacturer. C. Install all specified fixture accessories, i.e. glare shields, vandal shields, etc. in accordance with the manufacturers’ directions and accepted shop drawings. D. Adjust luminaires that require field adjustment or aiming. Include adjustment of photoelectric devices or prevent false operation of relay by artificial light sources and to maintain operating schedule determined by the Authority. E. Luminaire Operation. Ascertain and make sure that the LED luminaires installed are exactly as specified for each fixture type luminaire with regards to the number of LED and distribution required for the given location. Replace without cost to the project inoperative LED panels, which fail to operate prior to final acceptance of the work. 3.03 GROUNDING A. Ground metal poles/support structures and mounted electrical devices. B. Install grounding conductor pigtail in the base for connecting luminaire to grounding system C. Provide a sufficient length of grounding conductor to extend a minimum of 12 inches outside the hand hole. D. Tighten electrical connectors and terminals according to manufacturer's published torque- tightening values. If manufacturer's torque values are not indicated, use those specified in UL486A and UL486B. E. The luminaires shall be grounded in a manner to protect the structure and support from stray currents. 3.04 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. Operating Tests: Upon completion of the installation, conduct an operating test to demonstrate that the roadway lighting system and associated equipment operates in accordance with the performance requirements specified herein. The following tests shall be successfully performed, and the results submitted to the Quality Assurance Manager prior to project acceptance. 1. Verification of Site Lighting levels in Accordance with accepted IES procedures.

B-13 2. Site lighting system shall be successfully operated by the contractor for a minimum of 10 days without interruption or failure. Any failures to be repaired immediately. B. Inspections: 1. Inspect luminaires for material defects, improper closures, and damage that may have occurred during installation. Report and replace damaged equipment. 2. Inspect cables for physical damage and proper connection. 3. Inspect each installed fixture for damage. Replace damaged fixtures and components. 4. Clean fixtures using methods and materials recommended by manufacturer. C. Illumination Observations: 1. Verify normal operation of lighting units after installing luminaires and energizing circuits with the normal power source. 2. Verify operation of emergency lighting units after installing luminaires. 3. Verify operation of photoelectric controls and motion sensors. 4. Commission the overall lighting control system. D. Normal Illumination Test: Measure illuminance at night. Use photometers with calibration referenced to NIST standards. Comply with the IES Guidelines for roadway and parking lot lighting. E. Prepare a written report of tests, inspections, observations, and verifications indicating and interpreting results. If adjustments are made to the lighting system, retest to demonstrate compliance with standards.

B-14 SAMPLE TUNNEL LIGHTING SPECIFICATION PART 1 GENERAL 1.0 DESCRIPTION The work specified in this Section consists of furnishing, installing, wiring, commissioning and testing the tunnel luminaires at the locations shown on the project plans and in accordance with the details shown on the plans and requirements of these specifications, including luminaires, mounting bracket, junction boxes including all miscellaneous conduit, hardware and all other equipment and materials required to install the luminaires completely and operable as specified herein and as shown on the Contract Drawings. The tunnel luminaires shall have a Light Emitting Diode (LED) source and powerline controller for dimming, on/off functionality, alerts and monitoring. LED drivers shall be internal to the luminaire except as noted. The tunnel luminaires shall be of the required light distributions, wattages, and lumen packages as specified here within. Related Special Specifications: 265541 Tunnel Lighting Controls 260500 General Electrical Requirements 260501 Basic Materials and Methods for Electrical Work 260519 600 Volt and Below Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cable 260526 Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems 260529 Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems 260533 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems 260544 Sleeves and Sleeve Seals for Electrical Raceways and Cabling 260548 Vibration and Seismic Control 260553 Identification of Electrical Systems 260573 Electrical Studies 262200 Low-Voltage Transformers 262416 Panelboards 262726 Wiring Devices 262813 Fuses 262300 Low-Voltage Switchgear and Switchboards 262816 Enclosed Circuit Breakers and Switches

B-15 263353 Static Uninterruptable Power Supplies 1.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. The Contractor and their subcontractors and suppliers are responsible for using correct engineering judgment when interpreting this contract package. At a minimum, all items defined in the Contract Drawings are to be included. The Special Provisions are to be the governing reference and are subject to the Engineer of Record’s interpretation. Drawings included are for illustration and to show maximum allowable dimensions and layouts and intent. Field conditions may impact locations and distances of equipment. Locations of equipment are shown diagrammatically on the Contract Drawings. Contractor shall field verify exact locations and sizes. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer of Record about field conditions at variance with plans before installation of any devices or equipment. Provide complete luminaire as shown on the plans and as specified within this document, with an LED source from a nominal 277 Volt, 60 Hertz power source, capable of starting and operating the specified luminaire within the limits specified by the luminaire manufacturer. The luminaire shall contain a completely prewired integral driver unless otherwise specified herein, and a powerline control device and an optical assembly with a photometric distribution as specified within these specifications. The luminaire shall be UL/cUL Listed SUITABLE FOR WET LOCATIONS. 1.2 APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS. The publications listed below form a part of these special provisions to the extent referenced. The publications are referenced in the text by basic designation only. Materials and workmanship shall be in accordance with the following standards and codes to the extent specified herein. In case of conflict between provisions of codes, laws, ordinances, and these Specifications, including the Contract Drawings, the more stringent requirements will apply. Unless otherwise indicated, the issuance or date of applicable standards and codes at the time the request for proposal is issued shall govern. American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Publications 2604-17a Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for High Performance Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels 2605-17a Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Publications C2 National Electrical Safety Code 2017 C78.377 Specifications for the Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting (SSL) Products (2017)

B-16 C136-2 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Dielectric Withstand and Electrical Transient Immunity Requirements (2015) C136-10 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment – Locking-Type Photocontrol Devices and Mating Receptacles – Physical and Electrical Interchangeability and Testing (2010) C136-14 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment – Elliptically Shaped, Enclosed Side-Mounted Luminaires (2014) C136-15 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Luminaire Field Identification (2015) C136-22 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Internal Labeling of Luminaires (2004/R2014) C136-25 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Ingress Protection (Resistance to Dust, Solid Objects and Moisture) for Luminaire Enclosures (2013) C136-27 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Tunnel Lighting and Underpass Luminaires (2012) C136-28 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Glass Lenses Used in Luminaires (2006) C136-31 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment - Luminaire Vibration (2010) Z535.4 Product Safety Signs and Labels (2011) ASTM International, Inc. (ASTM) Publications A123/A123M Standard Specification for Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coating on Iron and Steel Products (2017) A240/A240M Standard Specification for Chromium and Chromium-Nickel Stainless Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip for Pressure Vessels and for General Applications A276/A276M Standard Specification for Stainless Steel Bars and Shapes (2017) A480/A480M Standard Specification for General Requirements for Flat-Rolled Stainless and Heat-Resisting Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip B117 Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus (2016) D522/D522M Standard Test Methods for Mandrel Bend Test of Attached Organic Coatings (2017) D714-02 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Degree of Blistering of Paints (2017)

B-17 D1654-08 Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Painted or Coated Specimens Subjected to Corrosive Environments (2016)e1 D2247 Standard Practice for Testing Water Resistance of Coatings in 100% Relative Humidity D3359 Standard Test Methods for Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test (2017) G7/G7M Standard Practice for Atmospheric Environmental Exposure Testing of Nonmetallic Materials (2013) International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Publications EN 60529 Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures (IP Code) Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Publications C2 National Electrical Safety Code C37.98 Standard for Seismic Qualification Testing of Protective Relays and Auxiliaries for Nuclear Facilities (2013) C62.41-4 Recommended Practice on Characterization of Surges in Low-Voltage (1000 V and less) AC Power Circuits (2002) Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Publications HB-10-11 The Lighting Handbook RP-8-14 Roadway Lighting RP-16-10 Nomenclature and Definitions for Illuminating Engineering RP-22-11 Tunnel Lighting LM-63-02 Standard File Format for Electronic Transfer of Photometric Data (Reaffirmed 2008) LM-71-14 Photometric Measurements of Tunnel Lighting Installations LM-79-08 Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid-State Lighting Products LM-80-15 Measuring Luminous Flux and Color Maintenance of LED Packages, Arrays and Modules LM-82-12 Approved Method for Characterization of LED Light Engines and LED Lamps for Electrical and Photometric Properties as a Function of Temperature

B-18 TM-15-11 Luminaire Classification System for Outdoor Luminaires, with BUG Ratings Addendum TM-21-11 Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources TM-23-11 Lighting Control Protocols TM-27-14 IES Standard Format for the Electronic Transfer of Spectral Data TM-28 Projecting Long-Term Luminous Flux Maintenance of LED Lamps and Luminaires National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) Publications: 250 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum) (2014) C82.16 Light-Emitting Diode Drivers – Methods of Measurement (2015) C82.77-10 Lighting Equipment – Harmonic Emission Limits – Related Power Quality Requirements (2014) FB 1 Fittings, Cast Metal Boxes, and Conduit Bodies for Conduit, Electrical Metallic Tubing, and Cable (2014) SSL-1 Electronic Drivers for LED Devices, Arrays or Systems (2016) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Publications: 70 National Electrical Code 502 Standards for Road Tunnels, Bridges, and Other Limited Access Highways Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) Publications: 1 Standard for Flexible Metal Conduit 467 Grounding and Bonding Equipment 508 Industrial Control Equipment 514A Metallic Outlet Boxes 514B Conduit, Tubing and Cable Fittings 969 Marking and Labelling Systems 1012 Power Units Other Than Class 2

B-19 1598 Luminaires 8750 Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Equipment for Use in Lighting Products Military Specification Publication: MIL-A-8625F Anodic Coatings for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys EN standards Publication: CSN EN 62262 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment against external mechanical impacts (IK code) (1995) 1.3 SUBMITTALS. Submittals shall consist of a package received in hard copy (unless otherwise noted) that incorporates the necessary information illustrating compliance with this specification. All submitted information shall employ the terminology, classifications, and methods prescribed in the above Applicable Publications. Shop Drawings shall be submitted in an organized and easy to follow format. Any material that is judged to be hard to read, confusing and/or illegible will not be reviewed and will be returned marked “revise and resubmit”. Failure to provide the following information with the submittal will give cause to reject the submission in its entirety and be returned incomplete without supporting comments. Until all submittals have been returned in hard copy form with a status of “Approved” or “Approved as Noted”, no production of any product defined in this section shall be completed. Any production shall be at the Contractors/manufacturers own risk. 1. Shop Drawings: For each type of luminaire and/or component, arranged in order of designation. Include data on features, accessories, finishes, and the following: a. Manufacturer’s annotated catalog information. b. Complete fabrication and assembly drawings. c. Bill of materials and components. d. Complete mounting diagrams, with suggested mounting procedures. Manufacturer’s data shall be submitted for the mounting channels, hardware, anchors, and brackets proposed to mount the tunnel lighting luminaires as shown on the Plans. e. Manufacturer’s installation and operating procedures. f. Electronic and printed Photometric files in .ies format. 2. Component Data: Manufacturer’s data shall be submitted for the individual components for each luminaire type, including housing components, lens and frame, latches, LED modules, printed circuit board(s), LED driver(s), internal control devices, Surge protection devices, fuses and fuse holders, and pin and socket (quick-disconnect) connectors. 3. Warranty Compliance: The manufacturer shall provide documentation in written form as part of the submittal process the willingness to comply with the Warranty Section (1.5) defined below. 4. UL Listing: Manufacturer will provide documentation (on UL letterhead) that the components being submitted meet the UL Listing requirements stated throughout this specification section.

B-20 5. Quality Assurance: Manufacturer shall provide documentation of quality assurance procedures and allow the Engineer of Record to audit that quality procedures are being followed. 6. Operation and Maintenance Data: Manufacturer shall provide documentation of recommended operation and maintenance for luminaires to include in maintenance manuals. 7. Contractor Warranty: The Contractor shall warranty the complete tunnel roadway lighting system, including its components and installation. The tunnel roadway lighting system shall be warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of substantial completion. 8. Manufacturer Warranty: Manufacturer's warranty shall agree to repair or replace any component that fails in finish, materials, workmanship, functionality within ten (10) years. The 10-year Warranty shall begin 90 days after shipment, this shall be stated in the warranty language. The manufacturer is to provide a statement to the Engineer of Record that installation of their equipment meets their installation guidelines. 9. Test Data: Manufacturer will provide all test data defined under Testing Section (1.6) defined below. For the initial submittal, preliminary (pre-production) in-house testing will be allowed; however, the Engineer of Record reserves the right to request additional water-spray and vibration tests, for two luminaires per tunnel bore, on post- production product to ensure compliance with these special provisions. The Engineer of Record reserves the right to reject an entire production lot and request additional testing if luminaires fail these additional tests. 10. Photometric Measurement Report: The manufacturer shall produce and provide a test report in complete compliance with LM-79-08 for the fixtures types being specified here within. The test report shall include but not limited to the data listed in LM-79-08 Section 14. 11. Lumen Maintenance Report: The manufacturer shall produce and provide a test report in complete compliance with LM-80-08 (and all addenda) for the fixture types being specified here within. The test report shall include but not limited to the data listed in LM-79-08 Section 8. The LM-80 report shall include performance information for 6,000 hours at an ambient temperature of 95F. The manufacturer shall produce and provide the calculation and test report in complete compliance with TM-21-11 (and all addenda) for the fixture types specified here within. 12. Luminaire Maintenance Report: The manufacturer shall produce and provide a test report to document the mortality performance of each type of luminaire specified in this section, documenting that B10 is greater than 80,000 hours. 13. Samples: Sample shall only be provided if product(s) being proposed differ enough from the specification to warrant a sample, the Engineer of Record reserves the right to make this decision. With the shop drawings, submit a working sample for each type of luminaire configuration specified. Luminaire samples shall be equipped with a cord and plug for operation at 120V. All samples will be used to confirm quality conformance to the prescribed requirements herein and will not be returned for use on the project.

B-21 14. Calculations: Calculations shall only be provided if product(s) being proposed differ enough from the specification to warrant a calculation be submitted for approval, the Engineer of Record reserves the right to make this decision. Tunnel roadway lighting design values for a unidirectional vehicular traffic area are as follows: (FILL IN ATTRIBUTES OF SPECIFIC TUNNEL) Traffic Posted Speed 60 mph Traffic Volume AADT > 15000 Safe Sight Stopping Distance 570 feet Tunnel Pavement asphalt Tunnel Walls minimum 30% reflectance up to 9.8 ft Portal Height 22.7 feet Tunnel Length 1007 feet Tunnel Compass Orientation East-West (90 degrees and 270 degrees compass) The roadway lighting levels for the design are based on the following minimum values including any degradation occurring over 90,000 hours of service, for both east-bound and west-bound directions: Lighting Zone Average of Maximum Roadway Luminance Threshold Zone 1 (TH1) XXX CD/M2 Threshold Zone 2 (TH2) XXX CD/M2 Transition Zone 1 (TR1) XXX CD/M2 Transition Zone 2 (TR2) XX CD/M2 Transition Zone 3 (TR3) XX CD/M2 Night Illumination (NT) X CD/M2 Night illumination shall extend from portal to portal. Uniformity ratio limits shall be 2.0:1 for average-to-minimum and 3.5:1 for maximum-to-minimum within any individual zone. Veiling luminance ratio for nighttime illumination shall be no more than 0.3. These values shall be determined following the recommendations in ANSI/IESNA RP-22-11, Tunnel Lighting. Any additional calculations recommended in RP-22-11 are also required. Zone lengths shall be equal to the zone lengths shown on the Contract Drawings. Emergency lighting shall be provided by a subset of the tunnel luminaires as shown on the plans. The emergency lighting shall provide, for maintained conditions, a minimum of 1 footcandle average across the pavement and a minimum of 0.1 footcandle at any point, with uniformity for maximum to minimum less than 40:1. Illumination at cross-passage doors shall be at least 10 footcandles. For the tunnel luminaire types shown on the plans, together as one set, submit the following: Manufacturer shall provide computerized calculation(s) detailing the area(s) to be illuminated by the submitted luminaires and detail a statistical summary of maintained illumination levels using the spacing(s), mounting height(s), and details as defined in

B-22 the drawings. Separate calculations shall at least include daytime (Full On), nighttime and emergency conditions as defined by the Engineer of Record. The calculations shall adhere to the guidelines for performing tunnel calculations as defined in IESNA RP-22- 11. The submitted information shall be provided to the Engineer of Record, in electronic form, for all calculations. All calculations shall be provided using the latest version of the AGI32 program and submitted in the format from which the calculations are derived. Additional calculations described in RP-22-11 section 6.4.6 are also required. 1.4 QUALIFICATION Manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing products specified in this section with a minimum 5 years documented experience in meeting performance requirements as described in this section. This shall include proof that the product is still a viable product in the Manufacturer’s product line and has a proven satisfactory performance record. The Engineer of Record will be the sole judge to the acceptability. Company shall be willing to extend their standard warranty period as outlined in Section 1.5 of this specification, as well as provide the testing as outlined in Section 1.6 of this specification. 1.5 WARRANTY 1. Manufacturer(s) warrants that the design, material and workmanship incorporated in each luminaire is the highest grade and consistent with established and generally accepted standards for tunnel lighting applications. Manufacturer agrees to repair or replace luminaires and/or components there-of as well as LEDs and Drivers that fail within ten years in materials or workmanship; corrode; or fade, stain, or chalk due to effects of weather or vibration. 2. Warranty period shall be 10 (ten) years from date of received and accepted shipment. The manufacturer is to provide a statement to the Engineer of Record that installation of their equipment meets their installation guidelines and this specification. 3. In the event of a systemic failure that affects more than 10 percent of the luminaires or their component parts, all materials required to make the correction will be repaired or replaced. The materials and components can also be replaced at the Contractor's discretion. This limited warranty includes field labor and service charges related to the repair or replacement of the Product for 5 (five) years from the date the product is installed. 4. Claims against the warranty will be valid regardless of who performs the installation. The manufacturer will be allowed to inspect, at no cost to the project, the initial installation of the product and after the time a repair has been made. The manufacturer has the right to waive these inspections prior to the final issuance of the warranty specified. 1.6 TESTING The Engineer of Record reserves the right to order such tests deemed necessary to ensure compliance with these specifications and to reject those luminaires failing such tests, or those luminaires with improper or inadequate light distribution or construction quality. The Engineer of Record shall be the sole judge as to acceptability. The Engineer of Record shall have the

B-23 right to request testing of preproduction samples or to randomly select a luminaire or luminaires of each type from the project’s production lot at either the Manufacturer’s plant or job site; this choice shall be of sole discretion of the Engineer of Record. The Contractor shall then deliver the luminaire(s) to a recognized independent testing laboratory that is acceptable to the Engineer of Record. All tests (photometric, paint adhesion, water-spray, and vibration) shall be either performed by an independent testing facility acceptable to the Engineer of Record or in front of the Engineer of Record. It is the Contractor/Manufacturer’s responsibility to inform the Engineer of Record three weeks prior to testing as to the testing process they intend on using. If the Contractor/Manufacturer chooses to perform the test(s) in house in the presence of the Engineer of Record, all travel expenses incurred by the Engineer of Record shall be considered testing costs and will be paid for directly by the Contractor/Manufacturer and will be deducted from the most recent project invoice. The certified results of these tests shall then be forwarded directly to the Engineer of Record. If one or more luminaires in each group fail to meet the criteria of the Engineer of Record, the Contractor shall deliver two additional luminaires, chosen by the Engineer of Record, for testing. Additional groups of two luminaires shall be delivered until one group fully passes all tests. No rejected luminaires may be used on this project. All testing shall be at the sole expense of the Contractor/Manufacturer. 1 Photometric Test(s): A hard copy photometric report, completed in accordance with the appropriate IESNA testing procedure, shall be accompanied with a CD/DVD or flash media that includes the data in IESNA format for each luminaire type submitted. All tests submitted must have been completed within the past 3 years. Information can be emailed upon an approved request from the Engineer of Record. The photometric report must include: a. Iso-Illuminance Diagram (20-foot mounting height – no tilt). Diagram to include horizontal illuminance, 1/2 maximum candela trace and maximum candela point. b. Candela distribution tabulation. c. Coefficient of utilization and flux distribution analysis. d. Maximum plane and maximum cone of candela. 2 Paint Adhesion and Finish Test(s): The manufacturer shall submit a sample piece of each cast or fabricated part(s) for testing. The manufacturer shall use the same preparation treatment, the same paint, and the same method of application the submitted luminaire shall receive. All test samples shall be submitted to Engineer of Record for review and acceptance after testing has been completed. Tests shall include the following (as applicable): a. Cast Aluminum Parts: All exposed cast aluminum parts shall be subjected to the following tests (Tests shall be performed in 4 locations on the sample): ASTM D3359 - Test Method B, Rating shall be 5B. This includes the housing, door frame, and latch(s). Test shall be performed in 4 locations on the sample. ASTM D2247, ASTM D714, ASTM B117, ASTM D1654 – Corrosion Resistance tests in accordance with the noted ASTM documents. The procedure to follow shall

B-24 be similar to that illustrated in AAMA 2604 – 7.8. Note, test shall be conducted on 4 pieces of the cast parts that have been finished using the production paint method. AAMA 2604 – 7.7 Chemical Resistance AAMA 2604 – 7.8 Corrosion Resistance b. Extruded Parts: All exposed extruded parts shall be subjected to the following tests (Tests shall be performed in 4 locations on the sample): AAMA 2604 – 7.4 Film Adhesion AAMA 2604 – 7.5 Impact Resistance AAMA 2604 – 7.7 Chemical Resistance AAMA 2604 – 7.8 Corrosion Resistance c. Fabricated Aluminum and Steel Parts: All exposed fabricated parts shall be subjected to the following tests regardless of material. (Tests shall be performed in 4 locations on the sample): AAMA 2605 – 7.4 Film Adhesion AAMA 2605 – 7.5 Impact Resistance AAMA 2605 – 7.7 Chemical Resistance AAMA 2605 – 7.8 Corrosion Resistance ASTM D 522 - The flexibility of the finish shall withstand a 180 degree bend over a ¼ inch mandrel diameter without loss of adhesion or cracking. d. Dust and Water Intrusion Test(s): The manufacturer shall provide written documentation that the luminaire(s) have been tested in accordance with IEC 60529 and have successfully passed the requirements to obtain an IP66 certification. The test report must be submitted as part of the approved submittal. e. High Pressure Water Spray Test(s): The manufacturer shall provide written documentation that the luminaire(s) have been tested in accordance with ANSI C136.27. The test data, procedures, and results report shall be completed in writing and shall be submitted to for review and concurrence. f. Vibration Test: While attached to its mounting plate in the orientation for which it will be installed, the complete luminaire (same luminaire), with LED “lamps”, control components, and drivers installed, and shall successfully pass a vibration test at 2 G loading for 100,000 cycles in two of the three major axes and a 4 G test for 5000 cycles in one axis chosen by the Engineer of Record. At the end of the test, the luminaire shall then be energized to illustrate that no failure to the electrical components has been experienced. Note: As an alternative test, the manufacturer shall submit the results of the luminaire submitted to the ANSI 136.31. However, the same luminaire and mounting plate shall be used in all planes of test.

B-25 1.7 HANDLING AND DELIVERY Ship luminaires, components and accessories securely packaged and labeled for safe handling in shipment and to avoid damage or distortion. Store all luminaires, control components, and accessories in a secure, dry facility and in original packaging in a manner to prevent soiling, physical damage, wetting, or corrosion prior to installation. Provide for storage inspection by the Engineer of Record after luminaires, electrical equipment, and accessories have been delivered. This inspection is at no additional cost to the project. All cartons shall be clearly marked with the proper identification of manufacturer, catalogue number, luminaire designation, and proper storage/handling instructions. 1.8 SPARE PARTS AND DATA As soon as practicable after acceptance of materials and equipment, furnish to the Engineer of Record spare parts data for each different item of equipment listed. The data shall include a complete list of parts and supplies, with current unit prices and source of supply. The foregoing shall not relieve the Contractor of any responsibilities under the Warranty. The Contractor shall be responsible for providing a quantity of spares as tabulated herein: 8 units Type A Emergency Luminaire 9 units Type B Luminaire 32 units Type C Luminaire 124 units Type D Luminaire 1 unit Exit Light for Cross Passage 17 drivers LED Drivers Type A/B Luminaire 32 drivers LED Drivers Type C Luminaire 124 drivers LED Drivers Type D Luminaire The Manufacturer shall provide assurances to the Engineer of Record that spare parts will be available for a minimum of 10 years. PART 2 MATERIALS 2.1 GENERAL 1 Luminaires shall be furnished complete, of the type specified herein, and shall conform to luminaire dimensions shown on the drawings. 2 All materials, equipment, and devices shall, as a minimum, meet the requirements of UL where UL standards are established for those items and the requirements of NFPA 70 and 502. All tunnel lighting luminaires and components provided shall be new and shall bear the Underwriters’ “UL 1598 Listed SUITABLE FOR WET LOCATIONS” label. 3 All luminaire surfaces shall be finished on all sides of each product. All finishes shall be applied such that the entire assembly is rendered completely corrosion resistant for the service intended. Once the finish is applied, no additional holes will be acceptable. a. Anodized Finish: Shall be a Type 3, Class 1 Hard Anodic Coating. Anodic coating shall be applied in accordance with MIL_8625F. b. Paint Finish: Shall be cleaned and treated utilizing the Alodine 5200 product procedures. The base coat shall be a PPG 590-534 Cathodic Epoxy E-coat applied 0.08 to 1.20 mil (2.03 to 30.48 microns) in a single coat application, followed with a

B-26 TGIC Powder coat applied to 2.0 to 4.0 mil (50.8 to 101.6 microns) of the approved RAL color in a single coat application. 2.2 ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS. Manufacturer is responsible for all compatibility testing between components. 1 Driver(s). LED driver efficiency shall be 90 percent or higher with power factor greater than 90 percent at any drive current. LED drivers designed for multi-voltage input (120 to 277V) shall automatically select for the connected voltage or shall be clearly marked at the point of connection for the particular voltage. The Wiring inside the driver shall comply with 600V/105 degrees C rating or higher. LED drivers shall comply with UL1012, have a Class A sound rating, have a minimum ambient operating temperature of minus 40 degrees C (max. +50 degrees C), a life expectancy of 100,000 hours at a case temperature of less than or equal to 65 degrees C, the drivers shall comply with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations, Title 47 CFR Part 15 Non- Consumer (Class A). Drivers shall be 10kV overload/overcurrent protected on the AC line side connection preferably with an electronic resettable device or a fuse; fuses shall be protected in tool-less, finger-safe holders and shall be replaceable without removing incoming power. A shielded and replaceable surge protective device (rated ANSI C62.41 Category C) shall be provided integral with the luminaire/driver package to dissipate transient voltages appearing on the AC input. The driver current for operating the LED light engines shall be as noted for each luminaire. 2 Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). Manufacturer of LEDs shall have been in the business for more than 15 years. Qualified manufacturers of LEDs include: NICHIA, CREE, and OSRAM. a. LEDs used by the luminaire manufacturer shall be identified and direct-sourced from the manufacturer of the LED and shall be certified by the manufacturer of the luminaire as being the LED type and rating used in the manufacture and design of the photometric and thermal characteristics of the particular luminaire. b. The LED module, comprised of multiple LEDs shall be connected such that individual LED failures may occur without affecting any other LEDs on the PCB. c. The overall design of the thermal package shall provide a temperature margin when operating at the maximum rated driver current in a 50 degrees C ambient temperature not to exceed the maximum allowable LED junction temperature. 3 Wiring. Wiring within the luminaires shall conform to the requirements of NEC and UL. Conductor size, temperature rating, voltage rating and manufacturer clearly marked on the insulation of each conductor. Unless otherwise specified, the housing of each lighting luminaire shall be provided with a separate, factory-installed, grounding device. a. Contractor to coordinate connection between luminaire and junction box as shown on the Contract Drawings. The connected plugs shall meet the requirements of periodic direct spray washing. 1 Luminaire Integral Hardware: a. Manufacturer is responsible for all compatibility testing between components. b. Latch and release mechanism, hinges, pins and other retaining parts of luminaires: screws, bolts or other assembly and mounting parts shall all be stainless steel.

B-27 c. All nuts shall have captive externally-footed lock washers. d. Neoprene pads, isolation washers or gaskets shall be used to separate any dissimilar metals subjected to corrosion by galvanic action. This includes but not limited to, any and all locations where the Stainless-Steel may come into contact with the aluminum luminaire housing. 2.3 LUMINAIRE MOUNTING HARDWARE 1 Provide luminaires with brackets, straps, shields, and/or miscellaneous hardware suitable for the mounting method specified on the contract drawings and within this specification. This includes the lighting and electrical support rack by which lighting and electrical equipment is suspended from the ceiling as specified on the contract documents. All mounting hardware (fixings) shall be Grade 316L stainless steel and designed to withstand a temperature of 842ºF for a minimum period of one hour without loss of their design load carrying capacity. 2 All nuts shall have captive externally-footed lock washers. 3 Grade 316L Stainless steel mountings plates shall have either bent or welded seams ground smooth and shall be bolted to the luminaire housing with SS hardware. Plates shall have a minimum thickness of 1/8-inch. Exact size and configuration of plates for luminaires suspended from the ceiling shall be verified by the Contractor in the field. 4 Neoprene pads, isolation washers or gaskets shall be used to separate any dissimilar metals subjected to corrosion by galvanic action. This includes any and all locations where the SS hardware may come into contact with the aluminum fixture housing, SS hardware may come into contact with galvanized steel, SS may come into contact with concrete, or galvanized steel may come into contact with concrete. All adjustable overlaps and joints shall be gasketed with 3/16 inch, 40 durometer neoprene gaskets as approved by the Engineer of Record. 2.4 LUMINAIRE LABELS 1 There shall be one adhesive backed fixture label provided for each luminaire. The fixture label shall be of the size, shape, and style as depicted in the contract documents. Labels shall be applied in-field by the installing contractor. One label shall be positioned on the exterior door/face of the luminaire on the center of the fixture so that it is easily and quickly identified. 2 The label shall be adhesive backed, screen-printed with UV Resistant inks. White background with bold black lettering. The font shall be Arial Bold, 1-inch tall with a 0.3” Kerning. The size of the label shall be 10-inches long X 1.25-inches tall. The printed images shall be sealed between 2 layers of polyester. 3 The label service temperature shall be between -40° – 150°C. 4 The label shall meet ANSI Z535.4 2007 Product Safety label * ISO 3864-2 Standards. 2.5 TUNNEL LUMINAIRES 1 Type A and Type B: The luminaire defined in this section shall be the XXXX Series having the catalog number: XXXX with mounting bracket as shown in the Contact Documents. Note: the catalog number here is provided for reference as the catalog number may differ once the product(s) is procured. The catalog number must be completed in full to the specifications here within and as detailed on the Contract Documents during the submittal

B-28 review process. a. The internal components shall be fully protected against outside contaminants, IP66 minimum and UL Listed 1598 minimum. Expected L80 rated life shall be greater than 80,000 hours and a mortality of B10 greater than 80,000 hours. The housing shall be XXX with a XXX glass lens. The reflectors shall be internal to the fixture. The fixture shall be provided by the manufacturer inclusive of the required brackets, control modules, and internal components specified here within to make a complete and operable fixture assembly. The fixture shall have ¾-14 NPT fittings on the housing. The fixture shall not exceed XX pounds in total weight with all internal components and brackets. The fixture dimensions including mounting bracket shall not exceed the nominal measurements of XX INCHES X XX INCHES X XX INCHES. b. LED source(s) shall be of a chip on-board assembly (COB) and provide the total luminous flux output of XXX initial delivered lumens, maximum nominal wattage of XXX watts with control module. c. Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) shall be 4000K (+/- 250K) with a CRI Ra14 of at least 60. d. The integral constant current AC LED 150 W 120-277V 0-10V dimming driver shall be rated for 100,000 hours by the manufacturer of the driver and capable of operating the LED’s at 1000mA. The driver shall be class A. The driver power factor shall be a minimum of 90%. The drivers’ total harmonic distortion shall not exceed 20%. The driver shall be damp rated minimum with an ambient operating temperature range between -40 to 55°C. Surge protection shall also be internal to the fixture by the manufacture, the surge protection device (SPD) shall meet 10KV/5KA per ANSI/IEEE C62.41 2-2002. e. Optical Distribution shall have an IES roadway classification of Type II Short, and a BUG Rating of BX UX GX. The distribution illustrated below is a representative of the distributional characteristics required. The figure below illustrates that Curve 1 is the cross-sectional characteristics and Curve 2 represents the horizontal distribution. The front zonal lumens between 0 and 90 degrees shall be XXX with XXX lumens in the back 0 to 90 degree range. f. The finish shall comply as specified above in the finishes section. g. The means of securing the housing door and back housing shall be via stainless steel screws or latches with a means to separate the dissimilar materials. h. There shall be one fast-acting 5-amp internal fuse in each fixture. The fuse shall be factory installed, rated for 600 VAC and UL listed. The fuse holder shall be sealed and listed for use with specified fuse.

B-29 i. The internal control module shall be from the same manufacturer as specified in Section 265541 Tunnel Lighting Controls. The fixture shall be UL listed with this control module installed in the fixture housing. The tunnel control module shall be designed for XXX VAC LED installations. The control module shall allow for 2-way communication over a power line control protocol to the main tunnel lighting controller. The module shall allow for alarms and monitoring of the fixture including but not limited to burn hours and power consumption. The control module shall also be capable of 0-10V diming. Power consumption shall be under 3W. The enclosure shall be a minimum of IP 66 rated. PART 3 CONSTRUCTION 3.1 GENERAL 1 Performance Requirements: Perform all Work in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 70 and 502, and those authorities having jurisdiction. Verify that other construction work is complete to the extent that Luminaires may be installed. Install Luminaires of the type required in the locations shown and make all final electrical connections. Provide accessories as required to properly install the material defined in this section even though these accessories may not be specifically indicated on the Plans. Provide appropriate support(s) for each luminaire. Luminaires and support elements shall not be mounted on or in contact with ducts or pipes, or within three inches of the edge of a transverse movement joint. 2 Shipments. Ship luminaires, components and accessories securely packaged and labeled for safe handling in shipment and to avoid damage or distortion. Store all luminaires, control components, and accessories in a secure, dry facility and in original packaging in a manner to prevent soiling, physical damage, wetting, or corrosion prior to installation. Provide for storage inspection by the Engineer of Record after luminaires, electrical equipment, and accessories have been delivered. This inspection is at no additional cost to the project. All cartons shall be clearly marked with the proper identification of manufacturer, catalogue number, luminaire designation, and proper storage/handling instructions. 3 Coordination. The contractor shall coordinate layout and installation of luminaires and suspension system with the existing structure and elements, and other construction. Special consideration and coordination must be made with ceiling support system and thermal protection board. 4 Operation. Tunnel shall not be open to traffic until the Tunnel Lighting Control System, as specified in 265541 Tunnel Lighting Controls, is fully operational. Traffic shall not be directed into an unlighted tunnel regardless of day or night conditions. 5 Field Quality Control: a. Operating Tests. Upon completion of the installation, conduct an operating test to demonstrate that the lighting systems and associated equipment operates in accordance with the performance requirements of the Tunnel Lighting System. The following tests shall be successfully performed, and the results submitted to the Engineer of Record prior to project acceptance: 1 Verification of Tunnel Lighting levels in Accordance with IES LM-71-14. 2 System shall be successfully operated by the Contractor for a minimum of 10 days

B-30 without interruption or failure of the tunnel lighting system. Any failures to be repaired immediately. b. Inspections. Inspect luminaires for material defects, improper closures, and damage that may have occurred during installation, shipment, and/or storage. 1 Report and replace damaged equipment. 2 Inspect cables for physical damage and proper connection. 3 Warranty. For Warranty Purposes, the manufacturer, or their representative has the right to perform periodic reviews of the installation to insure that the supplied products have been installed in accordance to their installation guidelines. Deviations from the installation guidelines shall be reported to the Engineer of Record.

B-31 SAMPLE TUNNEL CONTROL SPECIFICATION PART 1 GENERAL 1.0 SECTION INCLUDES The Work specified in this Section consists of furnishing, installing, commissioning, and testing of the Tunnel Roadway Lighting Control System with all assemblies, devices, controllers, power supplies and apparatuses necessary to provide a fully functioning control scheme as detailed in this section. All components will be complete with all items required to make the lighting control components defined in this section operable in accordance to the intent of these contract documents. Related Special Specifications: 265540 Tunnel Lighting 260500 General Electrical Requirements 260501 Basic Materials and Methods for Electrical Work 260519 600 Volt and Below Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors and Cable 260526 Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems 260529 Hangers and Supports for Electrical Systems 260533 Raceway and Boxes for Electrical Systems 260544 Sleeves and Sleeve Seals for Electrical Raceways and Cabling 260548 Vibration and Seismic Control 260553 Identification of Electrical Systems 260573 Electrical Studies 262200 Low-Voltage Transformers 262300 Low-Voltage Switchgear and Switchboards 262416 Panelboards

B-32 262726 Wiring Devices 262813 Fuses 262816 Enclosed Circuit Breakers and Switches 263353 Static Uninterruptable Power Supplies A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. The Contractor and their subcontractors and suppliers are responsible for using the correct engineering judgment when interpreting this contract package. At a minimum, all items defined in the Contract Drawings are to be included. The Special Provisions are to be the governing reference and are subject to the Engineer of Record’s interpretation. Drawings included are for illustration and to show maximum allowable dimensions and layouts and intent. Field conditions may impact locations and distances of equipment. Locations of control equipment are shown diagrammatically on the Contract Drawings. Contractor shall field verify exact locations and sizes. The Contractor shall notify the Engineer of Record about field conditions at variance with plans before installation of any devices or equipment. The tunnel lighting control system shall be a narrowband power line based two-way communication Power-Line Carrier (PLC) system as manufactured by XXXX between the LED luminaires (as defined in Section 265540) and controllers connected to the dedicated lighting electrical panels as defined here within. A Luminaire Control Module (LCM) shall be integral to the luminaire, installed at the luminaire manufacturer’s factory and then shipped complete to the project site. The LCM shall be capable of two-way communication to a Lighting Control Server(s) (LCS) that allows access, control, and monitoring of the lighting system. The LCS shall connect to an IP-based application and able to support control and asset management of all the connected devices. The luminaires shall be controlled in groups to dynamically dim supplemental daytime lighting via a signal from a dedicated luminance (L20) camera(s) and to dim other groups of luminaires between nighttime and daytime luminance levels as defined by the Contract Documents via the Lighting Control Software (LCSW). The luminaires shall be commissioned to make groups based on the assigned control group number as listed in the Contract Drawings. There shall be X Control Groups (CG): CG0 Emergency CG1 Night CG2 Daytime Low XXXcd/m2 CG4 Daytime Medium XXX cd/m2 CG5 Daytime High XXX cd/m2

B-33 The media access control (MAC) address of each control module integrated in the tunnel fixture shall be recorded using the tables provided in the Contract Drawings. This unique identifier shall correspond to the Control Group assignment and Luminaire number. The luminaire number shall be on the label mounted on the exterior of the fixture. Specification Section 265540 includes the luminaire control module and luminaire labels. Capabilities of the powerline control system shall include but not limited to the following: On-Off control Dimming control Minimum 12 lighting stages for dynamic dimming Constant lumen output or LED Depreciation Dimming Schedule time of day scenarios for Managed lane requirements Inputs for (future) managed lane controls via gate controls Record burn hours System Diagnostics Develop system reports Email alerts Lighting override modes Local User Interface at cabinet for configuration, control, and monitoring Local User Interface at command center (future) Web-based interface accessibility, control and monitoring (future) B. APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS. The publications listed below form a part of these special provisions to the extent referenced. The publications are referenced in the text by basic designation only. Materials and workmanship shall be in accordance with the following standards and codes to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise indicated, the issuance or date of applicable standards and codes at the time the request for proposal is issued shall govern. American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Publications Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels

B-34 American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Publications C2 National Electrical Safety Code C37 Seismic Testing of Relays C82.SSL-1 Operational Characteristics and Electrical Safety of SSL Power Supplies and Drivers C83.77 Harmonic Emission Limits – Related Power Quality Requirements for Lighting C136.2 Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment-Luminaire Voltage Classifications C136-22 Standard for Roadway Lighting, Internal Labeling of Luminaires ASTM International, Inc. (ASTM) Publications: B117 Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus D522 Standard Test Methods for Mandrel Bend Test of Attached Organic Coatings D714 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Degree of Blistering of Paints D1654 Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Painted or Coated Specimens Subjected to Corrosive Environments D3359 Standard Test Methods for Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test G7-05 Standard Practice for Atmospheric Environmental Exposure Testing of Nonmetallic Materials: Testing for UV resistance Federal Communications Commission (FCC): FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC): IEC 60598 Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures (IP Code) IES 61000 EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Publications: National Electrical Safety Code Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Publication: HB-10 IESNA Lighting Handbook RP-8 Practice for Roadways RP-16 Nomenclature and Definition RP-22 Practice for Tunnel Lighting LM-71 Photometric Measurements of Tunnel Lighting Installations LM-79 Photometric Measurement of Solid State Lighting Products

B-35 LM-80 Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED Sources TM-21 Projecting Long Term Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Publication: 70 National Electrical Code 502 Standards for Road Tunnels, Bridges, and Other Limited Access Highways National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA): 250 Enclosures for Electrical Equipment Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) Publications: 467 Grounding and Bonding Equipment 508A Industrial Control Equipment C. SUBMITTALS. Submittals shall consist of a package received in hard copy (unless otherwise noted) that incorporates the necessary information illustrating compliance with this special provision. All submitted information shall employ the terminology, classifications, and methods prescribed in the above Applicable Publications. Shop Drawings shall be submitted in an organized and easy to follow format. Any material that is judged to be hard to read, confusing and/or illegible it will not be reviewed and returned, revise and resubmit. Failure to provide the following information with the submittal will give cause to reject the submission in its entirety and be returned incomplete without supporting comments. Until all submittals have been returned in hard copy form with a status of “Approved” or “Approved as Noted”, no production of any product defined in this section shall be completed. Any production shall be at the manufacturers own risk. Shop Drawings: For each tunnel lighting control component. Include data on features, accessories, finishes, and the following: a. Manufacturer’s Catalog Information: appropriately annotated and organized by type designation. All features being provided by the manufacturer shall be clearly denoted on the cut sheet along with a complete catalog number. Equipment list, system description, electrical wiring diagrams for installation, and manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including: a. Preparation instructions and recommendations. b. Storage and handling requirements and recommendations. c. Installation methods.

B-36 b. Drawings: Complete fabrication and assembly drawings. Submit shop drawings showing layout, profiles, and product components, including anchorage, edge conditions, and accessories. a. Operation, installation, and maintenance manuals including wiring diagrams. b. Component connectivity details with labeling and device addressing. c. Risers, enclosures, layouts, and special wiring diagrams showing any changes to contract drawings c. Bill of materials and components. Bill of materials will list all materials and components that make up a completed lighting control system. Quantities will be given for every item listed. d. Complete mounting diagrams, with suggested mounting procedures. Manufacturer’s data shall be submitted for the mounting channels, hardware, anchors, and brackets proposed to mount the NEMA enclosures as shown on the Plans. e. Component Data: Manufacturer’s data shall be submitted for the individual components for the entire completed tunneling lighting control system, this includes but not limited to the LCM, LCS, transformers, cabling, switches, firewall, patch panels, software(s), applications, electrical enclosures, and computers. f. Warranty Compliance: The manufacturer will provide documentation in written form as part of the submittal process the willingness to comply with the Warranty section defined below g. UL Listing: Manufacture will provide documentation (on UL letterhead) that the LCM and LCS being submitted meet the UL Listing requirements stated throughout this specification section. h. Test Data: Standard vendor factory test forms and quality assurance documentation. Reports indicating successful passing of standard factory and quality assurance tests. Standard installation and start up tests as recommended by the manufacturer of the equipment provided. i. Quality Assurance: Manufacturer shall provide documentation of quality assurance procedures and allow the Engineer of Record to audit that quality procedures are being followed. j. Operation and Maintenance Data: Manufacturer shall provide documentation of recommended operation and maintenance for luminaires to include in maintenance manuals. k. Contractor Warranty: The Contractor shall warranty the complete roadway lighting system, including its components and installation. The roadway lighting system shall

B-37 be warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of substantial completion. l. Manufacturer Warranty: Manufacturer's warranty shall agree to repair or replace any component that fail in finish, materials, workmanship, functionality within ten (10) years, including but not limited to the following: a. The 10-year Warranty shall begin 90 days after shipment, this shall be stated in the warranty language. b. The manufacturer is to provide a statement to the Engineer of Record that installation of their equipment meets their installation guidelines. c. In the event of a systematic failure that affects more than 10% of the luminaires. All material, required to make the correction, will be repaired. The materials and components can also be replaced at the Contractor's discretion. d. Claims against the warranty will be valid regardless of who performs the installation. The manufacturer will be allowed to inspect, at no cost to the project, with the Engineer of Record, the initial installation of the product and after the time a repair has been made. The manufacturer has the right to waive these inspections prior to the final issuance of the warranty specified. e. The tunnel lighting control system manufacturer shall provide limited, targeted telephonic and/or internet support to address issues related to product installation on an as available basis from the date of first installation for six (6) months. This shall be provided in writing at the time of submittal along with the warranty information. 13. Required Lighting Levels: The tunnel lighting control system shall use the measured values from portal luminance meters, with the set points and time delay to determine the required lighting levels. The output percentage shall be adjusted for the Light Lumen Depreciation (LLD) of XXX. This value shall increase automatically as the LED sources age, to achieve a constant light output (CLO) for the life of the system. The system shall have a minimum of XX levels, these levels shall be easily adjusted on a as needed basis. The following list below is an example, note the actual table shall be set during the manufacturers commissioning process. a. All off, testing purposes only. b. Night, all day time fixtures off with night and emergency fixtures dimmed to desired levels. c. Dusk, All fixtures on dimmed XX% d. Day 01, All fixtures on dimmed XX % e. Day 02, All fixtures on dimmed XX % f. Day 03, All fixtures on dimmed XX %

B-38 g. Day 04, All fixtures on dimmed XX % h. Day 05, All fixtures on dimmed XX % i. Day 06, All fixtures on dimmed XX % j. Day 07, All fixtures on dimmed XX % k. Day 08, All fixtures on dimmed XX % l. Day 09, All fixtures on dimmed XX % (no dimming) 14. Operation and Maintenance Data: For tunnel lighting control system and components to include in emergency, operation, and maintenance manuals. The following shall be included at a minimum: a. Manufacturer’s written instructions for testing and adjusting controls for luminaires. b. Operating instructions, maintenance manuals and drawings presenting full details for care and maintenance of each item of equipment furnished and/or installed. c. Wiring and connection diagrams of all components of lighting control system drawings which shall be up to date at the completion of start-up and system acceptance. d. A record of all MAC addresses of the LCM for each luminaire shall be provided by the tunnel lighting control commission contractor(s). At the time of the recording the MAC address of each LCM, the luminaire label shall be applied to both the exterior door and interior housing as shown on the label detail in the contract drawings. The information for each MAC address and associated luminaire shall be provided in format of the following table in both the O&M manual and an Excel electronic file (The table is for example only): LUMINAIRE NO. LUMINAIRE TYPE CONTROL GROUP WATTAGE INITIAL LUMENS PANEL NUMBER CIRCUIT NUMBER MAC ADDRESS 15. Spare Parts and Data: As soon as practicable, after acceptance of materials and equipment, furnish to the Engineer of Record spare parts data for each different items of equipment listed in Bill of Material list. The data shall include a complete list of parts and supplies, with current unit prices and source of supply. The foregoing shall

B-39 not relieve the Contractor of any responsibilities under the Warranty. The Contractor shall be responsible for providing a quantity of spares as tabulated herein: XX modules Luminaire Control Module (LCM) 1 unit Luminance Meter (LUM) 1 unit Illuminance Meter (ILLUM) The Manufacturer shall provide assurances to the Engineer of Record that spare parts will be available for a minimum of 10 years. 16. Handling and Delivery: Ship all control equipment, components and accessories securely packaged and labeled for safe handling in shipment and to avoid damage or distortion. Store equipment, control components, and accessories in a secure, dry facility and in original packaging in a manner to prevent soiling, physical damage, wetting, or corrosion prior to installation. Provide for storage inspection by the Engineer of Record after luminaires, electrical equipment, and accessories have been delivered. This inspection is at no additional cost to the project. All cartons shall be clearly marked with the proper identification of manufacturer, catalogue number, designation, and proper storage/handling instructions. 17. Training Materials: All required training materials specific to the maintenance and operations of the proposed tunnel lighting control system. The training materials shall be specific to the project and include all the project specific terminology. Including but not limited to overrides, alters, diming levels, schedules, luminance meter optimizations, etc. PART 2 MATERIALS 2.1. GENERAL: All materials, equipment, and devices shall, as a minimum, meet the requirements of UL where UL standards are established for those items, and the requirements of NFPA 70. All equipment and materials provided shall be new and bear the Underwriters’ Label appropriate to location and use as shown on the Contract Drawings. 2.2. REQUIREMENTS: 1 Mark devices clearly with manufacturer's name and catalog number and label for intended use (wet location, outdoor use, etc.). 2 Thicknesses, gauges, and tempers of products shall be as specified. 3 All stainless steel shall be Type 316 conforming to ASTM A240 / A240M or ASTM A480 / A480M (as required), unless otherwise noted herein or on the contract drawings. 4 Screws used in the luminaire assembly may either be stainless steel type 316 or 410 with a zinc plated (ZinKlad, or similar).

B-40 2.3. TUNNEL LIGHTING CONTROL COMPONENTS: Manufacturer is responsible for all compatibility testing between components. 1 Luminance Sensor L20 Camera/Meter (LCAM): A L20 luminance meter detects the amount of light in Candelas per square meter (cd/m2) at the portal of the tunnel and sends a 4-20mA signal proportional to the measured light to a tunnel lighting controller (LCC). One LCAM for Westbound controlling the Westbound Lanes. One LCAM for Eastbound, controlling the Eastbound Lanes. a. The luminance meter shall contain an eye-corrected silicon cell/diode to measure the luminance in a 20-degree conical field, from 0 to 10,000 cd/m2 with a resolution of 2 cd/m2 as recommended by CIE 088:2044 and IES RP-22-11. b. Meter accuracy shall be a maximum of 3%. c. Meter shall be capable of internal diagnostics to the LCC. d. The housing for the luminance meter is to be 316 Stainless Steel. The housing shall be IP 66 rated. The lens shall be tempered glass. e. The mounting bracket shall be 316 Stainless Steel, which shall allow for the aiming of the luminance meter to achieve the orientation shown on the Contract Drawings. f. All exterior hardware shall be stainless steel. Access door shall be fastened by means of a continuous hinge, with a one piece, compressible neoprene gasket. g. Surge protection shall be provided at the voltage inputs of the luminance meter and controller. Circuit breakers shall isolate control circuits from the luminance meters. h. The meter shall be able to compensate for distance that is not equal to the actual Safe Stopping Sight Distance (SSSD). i. Meter shall be capable of allowing the control system to view or send photos of its view, allowing for proper alignment and checking if the meter is moved or misaligned. j. Luminance meter housing shall include a ¾ inch NTP fitting for connection of conduit and 5-wire conductors for power and communications. k. The meter shall be suitable for outdoor use and being exposed to weather with a temperature range of -40 to 60 degrees Celsius, -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. l. The meter shall be mounted in accordance with the Contract Drawings and manufacturer requirements.

B-41 m. The luminance meter shall be wired to a field mounted NEMA 4X junction box with a 4-20mA to Ethernet converter and a fiber optic media converter. 2 Luminaire Control Module (LMC): This item is paid for under section 265540 Tunnel Lighting. The LCM shall be an ISO compliant, power line communications technology to manage tunnel lighting luminaires. The LCM shall be installed integral to the tunnel lighting luminaires at the lighting manufacturer’s factory. The lighting luminaire and LCM together shall be considered as one unit and meet required UL listing. The Contractor shall coordinate the procedures and responsibilities of the lighting and controls manufacturers. The Contractor shall allow ample lead times for such operation and note that the lighting manufacturer’s will have additional testing and UL listing to obtain. The cost of delivering and installing LCM into Tunnel Luminaires to be considered incidental to, and included in the contract lump sum for the lighting control system. a. Feature requirements: ISO/IEC 14908-1 and -3 compliant, power-line-based, two- way Communications between LED light source and LCS. 1. Optimizes communications with integrated power line meshing. 2. Enables remote command and control at every fixture. 3. Automatic pushing of Firmware updates. 4. Outdoor Lighting Controller shall be capable to control various Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting and compatible with industry standard electronic 0-10v diming drivers. Using the Analog Control Protocol modulation (PWM) compliant with IEC60929 standards. b. The LCM shall provide data to the LCS including but not limited to the following: LED light source run hours, voltage, current, lamp status, power consumption, diagnostic alarms, and power factor. The LCM shall be 75 to 86 kHz range (A-Band), approximately 6.5 inches x 3 inches x 1.5 inches, weight shall be approximately 1 pound. Electrical operation shall be 100-277 VAC 2 wire and ground, frequency 47 to 63 Hz with a max 5 amps. Temperature range -40 to 70 degrees Celsius, -40 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit. c. Minimum connection requirements include: Network Interface, I/O Power Line Communications Dual frequency 115 kbps and 132 kbps. Two-way communications on the Power line channel based on the ISO/IEC 14908-3 standard. d. Power Line Repeating: Shall be able to repeat messages within the outdoor lighting network, as requested by the LCS. 1. If Power Line communications fail between the LCS and the LCM, the LCS shall be able to dynamically specify another lighting controller to act as a repeater to maintain overall network communications.

B-42 2. Dimming capability using PWM and 0-10V Power Filtered auxiliary power output maximum 500-Watt luminaires. 3. Switched internal relay for turning lights on/off as required. 4. Greater than 48 dB attenuation for lighting noise sources (built-in filter). 3 Lighting Control Cabinet (LCC): The LCC is a control cabinet specially designed for tunnel lighting controls. The LCC shall be configured as designated on the Contract Drawings to control the identified fixtures for daytime dynamic dimming, nighttime configuration, and emergency lighting operation. The LCC shall be the point of contact to the Luminance Sensor/Meter. The LCC shall have any required network controllers, SCADA connections, and data loggers. The LCC shall house an industrial touch screen display for controls and operational needs. Additional features shall include: a. The daytime tunnel lighting shall be controlled via the Luminance Sensor/Meter located outside the tunnel portals. One L20 per traffic. b. Customized Tunnel Interface at touch screen. Touch screen shall have at a minimum a main page that gives an overview of the tunnels integrated system. The overview page shall show the photo meter readings, the electrical distribution line and the alarm list. There shall also be easily accessible override controls as well as status and schedule view for managed lanes showing current direction of traffic based on open and closed gates. Detailed views of all system components shall also be available upon selecting said system. 1. Each tunnel shall have its own detailed view with navigation between different details and other views. 2. The layouts shall show the position of each light fixture within each zone as identified on the contract drawings. 3. Each fixture shall also show the ID upon selecting it. 4. Fixtures shall be color coordinated to each state with a key for identification. 5. Available information on the fixture shall be alarm status, voltage, status, burn hours, current, frequency, and power factor as a minimum. c. Maintain historical data on lighting alarms and user intervention. d. SCADA system integration support. e. The lighting zones shall be configurable. f. An embedded web server shall be included in the LCC as part of future work. g. RS-485, Fiber optic, and 10/100 Mbit/s ethernet interfaces shall be included.

B-43 h. Integrated self-diagnosis and failure detection. i. Capable of supporting up to 4096 LCM’s. j. Enclosure shall be 316 stainless steel. The size of the enclosure shall be submitted as part of the shop drawing submittals and be sized to suit the needs of the completed tunnel lighting control operations. k. 120-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 40 W l. Operating temperature shall be 0°C to 60°C. m. UL 508A, FCC 47 CFR Part 15/Subpart B, Class A level, ICES-003 Issue 6 January 2016, EN 55024:2010, EN 61000 1. Luminaire Control Software (LCSW): The manufacturer shall provide the software tools necessary to control the tunnel lighting fixtures as outlined in these specifications. The software shall be in the LCC with temperature controlled equipment, locked and secured location as defined in the contract drawings. Control software shall be provided by XXX. The software shall be the controller, network manager, router, remote network interface, and web server that connects to the LAN via a Modbus TCP/IP protocol. Features of the software include: a. Built-in Web Server to allow web access to all the data managed and controlled by the LCS b. Web binder for bridging multiple domains c. The software shall contain built-in pulse metering inputs. The pulse metering application shall count pulses or to measure the pulse frequency from the pulse output devices. d. Proxy web Services for direct communications with Servers and integration with network tools e. The server software shall be configured for standalone management mode to allow for LCM’s to act as power line repeaters. The server software shall be configured to connect to the existing LAN via MODBUS TCP/IP. f. SOAP/XML web services - Built-in applications for alarming, scheduling, data logging, and translating data types. 1. Alarming: Used to generate alarms based on monitored conditions. Allows emailing data points based on the alarm conditions.

B-44 2. Scheduling: Allows for schedules for daily, weekly, and monthly updates to select data points on the network. Overlapping of events, and start/stop of evens based on sundown and sunrise times. 3. Data Logging: Recording of data point updates. Creating of historical and circular data loggers. Allows for viewing of logs via the data logger application, web page or spreadsheet. Allow for monitoring and controlling of data points. 4. Translating Data Types: Allows for connection between different data types. Allows for use and creation of scalar-based translations to directly covert input data points with one type to an output data point of another type. 2. Fiber Optic Patch Panel: Fiber Optic Patch panel shall be 19 inch rack mountable with doors, covers and label holders. The panel shall have forward and backward sliding trays. The panel shall have cable management and bend radius options. Also, the panel shall have adapters, modules and splice trays. Fiber Optic Patch Panel shall be XXX or approved equal. Mechanical: XX inches x inches x XX inches Electrical: Single Mode Fiber Environmental: -20 to 85 degrees Celsius, -4 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit Mounting: XX inch rack mount 3. Ethernet Cable: Ethernet Cat 5e cable shall be 24 AWG Bonded-Pairs solid bare copper conductors, polyolefin insulation, sunlight - resistant LSZH jacket, rip cord with sequential marking at two foot intervals. Ethernet Cable shall be Belden 7935A Multi- Conductor - Category 5e Low Smoke Zero Halogen, or approved equal. The Ethernet Cat 5e cable shall at a minimum have the following features: Conductor: 4 Pairs, 24 AWG, Solid, Bare Copper, .02 diameter Insulation: Polyolefin, .009 inch wall thickness, .035 inch diameter Outer Shield: Unshielded Outer Jacket: Low Smoke Zero Halogen Overall Cable diameter of .23 inches -10 to 75 C (14 to 167 Fahrenheit) 19 lbs / 1000 feet, max pulling tension 40 lbs, min bending radius .25 inches UL 1581 Vertical Tray, UL 1685 Vertical Tray Flame Test CSA FT1 Flame Test 15 pF/foot 4. Optical Fiber Cable (OFC): The fiber at 48 SM count shall be the 2 to 60 SM count XX or approved equal. Low Smoke Zero Halogen Fiber Optic Cable dry loose tube design with the following features:

B-45 Fiber identification using TIA standardized color coding Gel-Free buffer tubes simplifies access and reduces prep time Flame-retardant, black UV-resistant LSZH outer jacket Flexible kink-resistant buffer tubes for routing and storage Available with bend-insensitive single-mode Ideal for transit applications in confined areas such as tunnels Will support all high-performance networks including OM4/10 gigabit ethernet systems Fiber shall be Single-mode, 2 to 60 count, 4 Buffer Tubes, 12 fibers per unit, .4 inch diameter, 64 lb/kft, 8 inch bend radius load, 4 inch bend radius no load. Max installation load 600 lbf Max operation load 300 180 lbf Temperature -50 to 70 Celsius (-58 to 158 Fahrenheit) Flame Rating: OFNG-LS/FT4 Enhanced Single-Mode (ITU G.652 C & D) Attenuation: .4/.4/.3 dB/km Wavelength: 1310/1383/1550 nm 5. Fiber Media Converter: The copper to fiber or fiber to copper media converters shall provide a high level of immunity to electromagnetic interference and heavy electrical surges typical of environments found in curb side traffic control cabinets. The media converter shall be packaged in a compact, galvanized steel or aluminum enclosure that allows either DIN or panel mounting for efficient use of cabinet space. Fiber Port type shall be type LC, single mode with a typical distance of 50km, 1310nm, 9/125um, -2.5 dBm Tx power, -37 dBm Rx sensitivity and 34.5 dB typical budget. The copper to fiber converter shall be XXX or approved equal. a. Mechanical: Immunity to EMI and heavy electrical surges Exceeds IEEE 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 Standards for Communication Equipment Exceeds NEMA TS-2 (traffic control equipment) 21 AWG galvanized steel enclosure or aluminum b. Electrical: Fully Integrated power supply with 24VDC and 48VDC power supply inputs DC input: 24VDC (18-36VDC), DC Input: 48VDC (36-59VDC),

B-46 Power Consumption: 5 watts Terminal blocks for reliable maintenance free connections CSA/UL 60950 safety approved to +85°C c. Connection, Network I/O: 2 x 10/100/1000TX RJ45 ports 2 LC fiber connectors for Single Mode Fiber optical transceivers Long Haul optics to allow distance up to 50km or greater Port based network access control (IEEE 802.3-10BaseT) 802.3u-100BaseTX, 100Base FX 803.x-Flow Control d. Operating System: Automatic Learning of up to 2048 MAC addresses Auto-negotiation on 10/100TX ports Auto-MDI/MDIX on all 10/100TX ports LED indicators for link, activity and speeds LED aids in field trouble-shooting e. Environmental: -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, -40 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit Hazardous Locations: Class 1, Division 2 NEMA TS 2 Traffic Control Equipment 2.4 MOUNTING HARDWARE AND MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 1. Work shall include all miscellaneous basic material and software, either explicitly called for or implied, in order to provide a fully functional Tunnel Lighting Control system as defined in these documents. 2. Provide channels, clips, brackets, straps, shields, DIN rails and/or miscellaneous hardware suitable for the mounting method specified on the contract drawings and within this specification. All mounting hardware shall be Type 316 stainless steel unless otherwise noted. 3. All nuts shall have captive externally-footed lock washers. 4. Furnish materials and equipment bearing label or classification listing of a national recognized testing laboratory where UL standards exist and such product labeling or listing is available. Electrical materials shall comply with the NEC. No exceptions.

B-47 5. Provide products that are free from defect that may impair performance, durability, life, and appearance. Products shall be of the commercial quality best suited for harsh, dirty, and extreme environments. 6. Neoprene pads, isolation washers or gaskets shall be used to separate any dissimilar metals subjected to corrosion by galvanic action. This includes any, and all locations where the SS hardware may come into contact with the aluminum fixture housing, SS hardware may come into contact with galvanized steel, SS may come into contact with concrete, or galvanized steel may come into contact with concrete. All adjustable overlaps and joints shall be gasketed with 3/16 inch, 40 durometer neoprene gaskets as approved by the Engineer of Record. 7. Indoor enclosures shall be minimum NEMA 4X and enclosures with all necessary heat and cooling necessary as recommended by the manufacturer of the control system. All enclosures shall be fully hinged doors and installed so that the door is free to fully open with any obstructions and so that personal can easily access the contents of the enclosure. All enclosures shall be provided with lock and key. All enclosure shall have grounding terminals of either green colored washer-in-head machine screw not smaller than No. 10-32 in a drilled, tapped, and threaded hole in the back of the enclosure or a grounding bushing with green colored machine screw terminal attached to one of the conduits. All enclosures shall also be provided with service power outlets. 8. All outdoor enclosure housings shall be free standing NEMA 4X cabinets sized for 100% expansion capability. The cabinet shall provide protection against water, dirt, corrosive agents and other contaminants. Cabinet shall be provided with window door, made of scratch resistant safety glass providing visual monitoring of internal equipment. The cabinet shall be XX or equivalent. 9. Provide all required connectors and fiber optic/copper patch cables to provide a fully functioning control system. Patch cables shall be factory made with the appropriate connectors and manufacturer acceptable dB loss. 10. Provide all fiber splicing at the fiber patch panel and at locations connecting to the existing fibers (as required). All fiber splicing locations shall be indicated on the as-built drawings. Fiber splicing shall be kept to a minimum and only be permitted at pull-box locations or enclosures (approximate 0.01 db per splice). 11. Provide cable management solutions within the communication enclosures to manage the cables. 12. Provide power supplies per manufacturer requirements to power equipment provided. PART 3 – CONSTRUCTION 3.1 GENERAL: Perform all Work in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 70 and 502, and those authorities having jurisdiction. Verify that other construction work is complete to the extent that equipment may be installed. Provide accessories as required to properly install

B-48 the material defined in this section even though these accessories may not be specifically indicated on the Plans. A factory authorized technician shall be available to provide aid in proper setup of the PLC system, network interface into existing Authority LAN, and setup of the control software. This includes but not limited to sensor calibration, software installation, setup, hardware adjustments, software adjustments, programing, and commissioning. 3.2 DELIVERY, HANDLING, AND STORAGE: Ship all equipment, components and accessories securely packaged and labeled for safe handling in shipment and to avoid damage or distortion. Store all control components and accessories in a secure dry facility and in original packaging in a manner to prevent soiling, physical damage, wetting, or corrosion prior to installation. Provide for storage inspection by the Engineer of Record after control system, electrical equipment, and accessories have been delivered. This inspection is at no additional cost to the project. All cartons shall be clearly marked with the proper identification of manufacturer, catalogue number, and proper storage/handling instructions. Blemished, damaged, or unsatisfactory equipment caused by manufacturing errors, shipping, storage, or installation shall be replaced in a satisfactory manner at no cost to the Authority. This applies to products not yet installed as well as product that has already been installed. 3.3 JOB SITE CONDITIONS: Protect exposed parts of equipment during installation until construction, painting, and general clean-up in the area has been completed. Inspect surfaces and structures to, and on, which products shall be installed before the Work of this Section begins, and ensure that they are capable of supporting the products. Surfaces which shall be concealed by products shall be finished before products are installed. 3.4 Installation of Control System: Unpack and check equipment for visible damage from shipment. Damaged equipment shall not be installed and a replacement must be supplied at no cost to the project. 1. Install the components as indicated and in accordance with manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations. 2. Install equipment accurately and on straight lines unless otherwise indicated on the Plans. Install all necessary hangers, channels, bars, supports, and rods required for proper alignments. Cable management shall be neat, orderly, and well organized. 3. Avoid interference with, and provide clearance for, the equipment. Where the indicated locations conflict with the locations for other equipment, change the locations by the minimum distances necessary and as approved by the Engineer of Record.

B-49 4. Luminance Meter Adjustment: Provide labor and materials for final adjustment of luminance meters to the Engineer of Record’s satisfaction. Adjustment shall take place immediately before the work is accepted by the Engineer of Record. 5. Identification: The contractor shall identify field installed conductors, interconnecting wiring and components on the power side of the control system as well as the network side. Nameplates shall be provided for all components. a. Manufacturer’s Nameplates: Nameplates on manufactured items shall be aluminum or Type 304 stainless steel sheet, no less than 20 USG, riveted or bolted to the manufacturer’s equipment. The nameplate data shall be engraved or punched for a non- erasable record of the equipment data. b. Field Installation: Field-installed nameplates shall be engraved melamine plastic laminate, 1/8” thick, engraved in block capital lettering to expose white lettering on black face. Screw or bolt to equipment. Adhesive attachment of nameplates is not permitted. Plastic nameplates are not permitted on equipment mounted in the tunnel. c. Smaller labels, 20 square inches or less may be 1/16” thick. Secure labels with rivets, stainless steel screws, stainless steel straps, or stainless steel supporting angles. d. Approval: Submit a schedule of nameplates, abbreviations and equipment designations for approval. LCMs shall be labeled with the address. e. Lettering: Lettering shall comply with ANSI A13.1 for size and style. 3.5 Field Quality Control and Testing: Upon completion of the installation, conduct an operating test to demonstrate that the lighting systems and associated equipment operates in accordance with the performance requirements of the Tunnel Lighting Control System. The following tests shall be successfully performed, and the results submitted to the Engineer of Record prior to project acceptance: 1. Verification of Tunnel Lighting levels in Accordance with LM-71-14. 2. Verification that Tunnel Lighting Levels are maintained through the control sequence outlined in this section, at the dimming levels, and within the time delays set. 3. Operator Interface Panel Test to insure that manual control of the tunnel lighting system operates per manufacturer’s requirements. 4. System shall be successfully operated by the Contractor for a minimum of 10 days without interruption or failure of the tunnel lighting system. Any failures to be repaired immediately, and 10 day test shall start over. 5. Acceptance Testing Preparation: Obtain manufacturer’s operating instructions. Test insulation resistance for each component and control circuit. Test continuity of each circuit.

B-50 1. Tests and Inspections: Perform each visual and mechanical inspection and electrical test stated in NETA Acceptance Testing Specification. Certify compliance with test parameters. Operate each control and visually verify the control operates as indicated in the plans and specifications. Correct malfunctioning units on-site, where possible, and retest to demonstrate compliance; otherwise, replace with new units and retest. 2. The contractor and testing agency shall prepare test and inspection reports, including a certified report that identifies components and panels included and that describes results. Include notation of deficiencies detected, remedial action taken and observations after remedial action. 3. The fiber optic cable manufacturer shall perform fiber strand tests on all fiber optic cable strands, by cable reel that are provided under this Contract. Provide the manufacturer fiber optic cable test results for each cable reel to the Engineer of Record at the time when the cable reel is delivered to the site. Each fiber optic cable strand of every fiber optic cable installed shall be tested end-to-end after all splices and terminations have been completed. Perform ALL fiber optic cable tests as described and listed in ANSI/NETA ATS-2009, 7.25 Fiber-Optic Cables. Any fiber optic cable having fiber strands that do not PASS the tests shall be replaced and retested at no additional cost to the project 4. Existing fiber cable that will be utilized by this project shall also be tested by the Contractor prior to its use. Provide the fiber optic cable test results for each strand that will be used. Perform ALL fiber optic cable tests as described and listed in ANSI/NETA ATS-2009, 7.25 Fiber-Optic Cables. Any fiber optic cable having fiber strands that do not PASS the tests shall be identified to the Engineer of Record as soon as possible, so that the Engineer of Record can locate other available strands. 5. Light losses associated with fiber optic communication runs, splicing or equipment shall remain within the manufacturer’s tolerances. 6. The Ethernet cable manufacturer shall perform copper pair tests on all Ethernet cable pairs, by cable reel that are provided under this Contract. Provide the manufacturer Ethernet cable test results for each cable reel to the Engineer of Record at the time when the cable reel is delivered to the site. Each Ethernet cable pair of every Ethernet cable installed shall be tested end-to-end after all splices and terminations have been completed Perform all Ethernet cable tests as described and listed in ANSI/NETA ATS-2009, 7.3.2 Ethernet Cables. Notify the Engineer of Record prior to starting any cable strand testing. Provide to the Engineer of Record all cable strand tests results. Any Ethernet cable having pairs that do not PASS the tests shall be replaced and retested at no additional cost to the project. 3.6 Inspections: Inspect tunnel lighting control system hardware for material defects, improper closures, and damage that may have occurred during installation. Report and replace damaged equipment. 1. Inspect cables for physical damage and proper connection.

B-51 2. For Warranty Purposes, the manufacturer, or their representative has the right to perform periodic reviews of the installation to insure that the supplied products have been installed in accordance to their installation guidelines. Deviations from the installation guidelines shall be reported to the Engineer of Record. 3.7 Training: After the system testing has been completed, and equipment has been fully check for proper operation, designated Authority personnel shall be instructed in the operation, adjustment and maintenance of all equipment, software, and systems. 1. Training shall consist of formal in-person educational sessions wherein all procedures necessary to operation, modify, and maintain the equipment and software systems on a continuing basis are explained in full detail. Hands-on operations and maintenance tasks shall be executed to ensure that all aspects of the training are fully understood. 2. The contents of the Operations and Maintenance Manual (O&M Manual) shall be reviewed in full detail to clarify all aspects of the manual and the operation and maintenance of all equipment and systems. 3. The text of the approved operating instructions for the system and equipment in question shall be reviewed during the training session. 4. The training shall be provided for the tunnel lighting control system for the minimum of five (5) - eight (8) hour sessions (8 hours/day) and accommodate a minimum of 20 people. 5. Training shall be performed on or near the work site and shall be attended by the manufacturer’s representative. 6. All training sessions shall be videotaped, including question and answer periods as well as hands-on demonstrations with equipment. The edited and annotated DVD of the training session shall be provided by the lighting control manufacturer to the Owner as well as all required manuals, minimum 10 copies of each. 7. All manuals shall be delivered to the Authority it both electronic (.PDF) format and hard copy format. Hardcopies shall be printed and bound with appropriate tabs, title page, table of contents, and glossary. 8. Training shall be performed within three (3) months of substantial completed of the first completed bore. The instructors shall be available for consultation, at no additional cost to the Authority, for a period of three months after the Authority has assumed full operation of all the equipment and systems and all bores are fully operational. 9. An edited and annotated DVD of the training session shall be provided by the lighting control manufacturer to the Owner as well as all required manuals, minimum 3 copies of each. 10. The training session shall be provided by the lighting control manufacturer to all required staff. The training shall include, but not limited to: a. Sequence of operation b. Component identification c. Configuration and Calibration d. Operator interface terminal menus

B-52 e. Communication f. Maintenance g. Administration and troubleshooting 3.2. Operation. Tunnel shall not be open to traffic until the Tunnel Lighting Control System and subsequent tunnel lighting system are fully operational for all daytime, nighttime, and emergency conditions.

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The lighting industry has changed dramatically over the past decade. The optical system design of legacy high-intensity discharge (HID) luminaires was restricted to the lamp, refractor, and reflector design, which had limits in the distribution of the light, controls, and adaptability. Roadway luminaires have moved beyond this design methodology to include the vast possibilities presented by solid-state lighting (SSL). At present, in the form of light emitting diodes (LED), SSL uses lower energy, reduces maintenance, improves color, and can be easily dimmed and controlled.

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's pre-publication draft of NCHRP Research Report 940: Solid-State Roadway Lighting Design Guide: Volume 1: Guidance develops more comprehensive guidelines in American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO)-standard format for the application of roadway lighting related to the widespread adoption of SSL, and identifies gaps in knowledge where possible future research will enhance these guidelines.

Also see this guide's accompanying pre-publication draft, NCHRP Research Report 940: Solid-State Roadway Lighting Design Guide: Volume 2: Research Overview.

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