Section 110.9 Mandatory Requirements for Lighting Controls
- Shall be installed only if the lighting control or light source complies with all of the applicable requirements of Section 110.9.
- Lighting controls may be individual devices or systems consisting of two or more components.
- For each connected load, be capable of providing manual override to each connected load and of resuming normally scheduled operation after a manual override is initiated within 2 hours; and
- Provide an automatic holiday shutoff feature that turns off all connected loads for at least 24 hours and then resumes normally scheduled operation.
- Have sunrise and sunset prediction accuracy within plus-or-minus 15 minutes and timekeeping accuracy within 5 minutes per year;
- Be capable of displaying date, current time, sunrise time, sunset time, and switching times for each step during programming;
- Be capable of automatically adjusting for daylight savings time; and
- Have the ability to independently offset the on and off for each channel by at least 90 minutes before and after sunrise or sunset.
- Multilevel time-switch controls shall include at least two separately programmable steps per zone.
- Time-switch controls installed outdoors shall have setback functions that allow the lighting on each controlled channel to be switched or dimmed to lower levels. The set back functions shall be capable of being programmed by the user for at least one specific time of day.
- Automatically return to its most recent time delay settings within 60 minutes of the last received input when left in calibration mode;
- Have a set point control that easily distinguishes settings to within 10 percent of full-scale adjustment;
- Provide a linear response within 5 percent accuracy over the range of illuminance measured by the light sensor; and
- Be capable of reducing lighting power consumption by a minimum of 65 percent when at its lowest setting;
- Provide reduced flicker operation, meaning that directly controlled light sources shall be provided electrical power such that the light output has an amplitude modulation of less than 30 percent for frequencies less than 200 Hz without causing premature lamp failure;
- Provide an off setting that produces a zero lumen output; and
- For wall box dimmers and associated switches designed for use in three way circuits, be capable of turning lights off, and on to the level set by the dimmer if the lights are off.
- Be capable of automatically turning the controlled lights in the area either off or down no more than 20 minutes after the area has been vacated;
- For manual-on controls, have a grace period of no less than 15 seconds and no more than 30 seconds to turn on lighting automatically after the sensor has timed out; and
- Have sunrise and sunset prediction accuracy within +/- 15 minutes, using both light sensing and time measurement; and
- Have the ability to reduce or turn off outdoor luminaire power at night as required in Section 130.2(c); and
- Shall be programmable to reduce or turn off outdoor luminaire power at any time as determined by the user. Time-based scheduling control is allowed to be relative to both sunset and sunrise, and to the midpoint between sunset and sunrise.
- Sensors shall not incorporate switches or mechanical devices that allow the sensor to be disabled without changing the settings of the control.
- comply with 21 C.F.R. part 1002.12;
- not emit audible sound; and
- not emit ultrasound in excess of the decibel levels shown in Table 110.9-A measured no more than 5 feet from the source, on axis.
- comply with 47 C.F.R. parts 2 and 15; and
- not emit radiation in excess of 1 milliwatt per square centimeter measured at no more than 5 centimeters from the emission surface of the device.
- Indicator lights. Indicator lights integral to lighting controls shall consume no more than 1 watt of power per indicator light.
- So that it is visible for the enforcement agency's field inspection without opening coverplates, fixtures or panels; and
- Permanently marked on the circuit breaker; and
- On a factory-printed label that is permanently affixed to a nonremovable base-plate inside the wiring compartment.
- Shall have a conspicuous factory installed label permanently affixed to the inside of the wiring compartment warning against removing, tampering with, rewiring or bypassing the device; and
- Each electrical panel from which track lighting integral current limiters are energized shall have a factory printed label permanently affixed and prominently located, stating the following: "NOTICE: Current limiting devices installed in track lighting integral current limiters connected to this panel shall only be replaced with the same or lower amperage. Adding track or replacement of existing current limiters with higher continuous ampere rating will void the track lighting integral current limiter certification, and will require resubmittal of compliance documentation to the enforcement agency responsible for compliance with the California Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards."
ULTRASOUND MAXIMUM DECIBEL VALUES
|MID-FREQUENCY OF SOUND |
PRESSURE THIRD-OCTAVE BAND
|MAXIMUM DB LEVEL WITHIN |
THIRD-OCTAVE BAND (IN dB
REFERENCE 20 MICROPASCALS)
|Less than 20||80|
|20 or more to less than 25||105|
|25 or more to less than 31.5||110|
|31.5 or more||115|
Note: Authority: Sections 25213, 25218, 25218.5, 25402 and 25402.1, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 25007, 25008, 25218.5, 25310, 25402, 25402.1, 25402.4, 25402.5, 25402.8, and 52943, Public Resources Code.