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Lighting Specification

Roadway/Parking, Tunnels/Underpasses, Lighting Poles & Public Lighting Management System

Part A LED Luminaires for Roadway and Parking areas Part B LED Luminaires for Tunnel and Underpass areas Part C Lighting Poles Part D Public Lighting Management System
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Prepared, Checked & Approved by Rev Date Description Role Head of Committee Name Eng. Ahmed Saif Mohammed Al Saedi Eng. Bader Khames Alshemaili Eng. Mohamed Ahmed Obaid Alhosani Eng. AbuBaker Ali Jafri Signature Date

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Lighting Specification in line with DMA Sustainable Lighting Strategy, current International Standards and best practice and LED technology benchmarks. New Lighting Management System section added and Pole section revised to relevant standards

Committee Member

Committee Member

Committee Member

Committee Member

Eng. Ramin Yazdani

Committee Member

Eng. Mohamed Lotfy El Sayed

Committee Member

Eng. Martin Valentine

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Contents
Part A LED Luminaires for Roadway and Parking areas
Clause(s) Section Sub-Section Page
4 4-6 6-7 7 7 7 8 8 9 9-10 10 10 10-11 11 11 12 13 13 14 1-2.......... General..................................................................................................... 3........... Applicable Standards & Guidance Documents............................................................................... 4........... Construction............................. LED Luminaires.................................... 5........... Construction............................. Optical Control...................................... 6........... Construction............................. Thermal Management........................... 7........... Construction............................. Ingress Protection................................. 8........... Construction............................. Copper Content..................................... 9-16........ Fixture Technical Data.............................................................................. 17-21....... LED Sources Technical Requirements............................................................................................ 22-28....... LED Drivers Technical Requirements............................................................................................ 29......... Luminaire Requirements........... Useful Life Requirements...................... 30......... Luminaire Requirements........... Useful Life Testing&Verification Proc..... 31......... Luminaire Requirements........... Site Performance Method...................... 32......... Project Performance Rqmt....... Light Loss Factors (LLF)........................ 33.......... Photobiological Safety............................................................................... 34.......... ADM Design Standards............................................................................. 35-36....... Project Lighting Calculations..................................................................... 37.......... Quality Assurance..................................................................................... 38-42....... Warranty....................................................................................................

Part B LED Luminaires for Tunnel and Underpass areas


Clause(s) Section Sub-Section Page
1-2.......... General..................................................................................................... 15 3........... Applicable Standards & Guidance Documents............................................................................... 15-16 4........... Construction............................. LED Luminaires.................................... 17 5........... Construction............................. Optical Control...................................... 18 6........... Construction............................. Thermal Management........................... 18 7........... Construction............................. Ingress Protection................................. 18 8........... Construction............................. Vibration Resistance............................... 18 9........... Construction............................. Copper Content..................................... 18 10-17...... Fixture Technical Data.............................................................................. 19

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Cont... Clause(s) Section Sub-Section Page


18-22....... LED Sources Technical Requirements............................................................................................ 19-20 23-29....... LED Drivers Technical Requirements............................................................................................ 20-21 30......... Luminaire Requirements........... Useful Life Requirements...................... 21 31......... Luminaire Requirements........... Useful Life Testing&Verification Proc..... 21 32......... Luminaire Requirements........... Site Performance Method...................... 21 33......... Project Performance Rqmt....... Light Loss Factors (LLF)........................ 22 34.......... Photobiological Safety............................................................................... 22 35.......... ADM Design Standards............................................................................. 23 36.......... Project Lighting Requirements.................................................................... 23 37-38....... Project Lighting Calculations..................................................................... 23-24 39.......... Quality Assurance..................................................................................... 24 40-44....... Warranty.................................................................................................... 25

Part C Lighting Poles


Clause(s) Section Sub-Section Page
26 26-27 27-28 28-29 29 29 1........... General..................................................................................................... 2........... Materials................................................................................................... 3........... Assembly.................................................................................................. 4........... Design Submission and Production.......................................................... 5........... Quality Assurance..................................................................................... 6........... Measurement and Payment......................................................................

Part D Public Lighting Management System


Clause(s) Section Sub-Section Page
1........... Specification for High Pressure Sodium Installations (New Installations and retrofit)....................................................................... 30-31 2-7........ Specification for LED Installations Public Lighting Energy Saving and Monitoring System........................................... 31-32 8-14...... Specification for LED Installations Tunnel Lighting Energy Saving, Control and Monitoring System.............................32-34

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Part A LED Luminaires for Roadway and Parking areas General


1 The design, specification, calculation, manufacturing, testing, shipment, installation and performance of LED lighting system (or other equally sustainable technology) shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements of all ADM electrical and lighting standards for electrical distribution works, except as specified herein. Copies should be requested from ADM if not already held. The LED luminaires shall be designed to operate continuously at the specified ambient temperature and humidity with special attention given to the effects of direct sun-exposure during the day and the occasional sand storms and dusty weather in designing the luminaire body.. The manufacturers shall guarantee adherence to this Specification and the performance of their LED luminaire under all the required design conditions. The consultant shall be responsible to ensure that the project and product specifications are fully in compliance, without any deviation from this Specification prior to forwarding to ADM for approval. Any deviation should be brought to the notice of ADM. The Consultant shall ensure in his design the following: integration, coordination, functionality and accessibility of these services. It shall be the Consultants responsibility to bring the system to the design & operating and maintenance conditions. The Consultant shall note that all calculations for parking lots/areas adjacent to roads must take into account the road lighting contribution into the parking lighting design. All projects shall be undertaken, checked and approved as the responsibility of the Consultant to meet the required parking levels set out in Clause 34 on this basis. The Consultant shall as requested by ADM provide full cost analysis including payback assessments as required for the project and in accordance with the instructions given by ADM.

The LED luminaire shall be provided with suitable optical assembly for mounting on light poles as indicated on the drawings and shall provide efficient even low- glare illumination with correct cut-off angles as set out in CIE 126-1997 (Guidelines for Minimizing Sky Glow. Commission Internationale de L 'Eclairage / 01-Jan-1997) and the overall requirements for Estidama Communities projects as applicable for the area and zone of the project. The luminaire housing shall be slim with low profile. The housing shall be of either extruded aluminium or die cast aluminium with very low coppercontent and high corrosive resistance. Test report to be provided for the entire luminaire as an end product for Salt Fog test as per ASTM B-117 or ISO 9227 for 5000 Hrs or similar International equivalent standard. Test report will show effect on the housing and also effect on light output after this test is performed. The finish coating for housing shall be with an anti-corrosive anodized/painting process or equivalent, providing excellent UV and environmental exposure resistance to fading, peeling cracking or corrosion. The driver(s) shall be integral to the fixture head, encapsulated/potted and protected in a waterproof(IP) environment, enabling access to the driver(s) for easy maintenance requirements. The fixtures shall be CE or UL certified, or comply with equivalent international standards with all certification made available.

Applicable Standards & Guidance Documents


3 The following documents (or equivalent International approved documents) shall be followed:

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a) IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America) - Lighting Handbook 10 Edition. b) IESNA RP-08(reaffirmed 2005) - Roadway Lighting. c) CIE 115 -2010 Lighting of Roads for Motor and Pedestrian Traffic. d) IESNA RP-19-01 Roadway Sign Lighting. e) IESNA RP-20-98 Lighting for Parking Facilities. f) CIE 129 Guide for Lighting Exterior Work Areas. g) IESNA DG-19-08 Design Guide for Roundabout Lighting. h) IESNA TM-16 -05 Technical Memorandum on Light Emitting Diode (LED) Sources & Systems. i) IESNA DG-4-03 Design Guide for Roadway Lighting Maintenance. j) IESNA RP-16-10 Nomenclature & Definitions for Illuminating Engineering. k) IES/IESNA LM-79-08 Approved Method: Electrical and Photometric Measurements of SolidState Lighting Products. l) IES/IESNA LM-80-08 Approved Method for Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources. m) IEC 60529 or EN 60 529 (IP) and EN 50 102 (IK).Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code for ingress protection and IK Code for Mechanical Strength). n) ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377-2008-Americian National Standard for Chromatically of Solid State Lighting Products. o) BS EN 62471:2008 or ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-07 Photobiological Safety of Lamps and Lamp Systems. p) EN 60598-parts 1, 2-1 & 2-3 (Electrical safety) General and for Road Lighting Luminaires. q) EN 61547, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3 & EN 55015 for Electromagnetic Compatibility (Immunity Requirements, Harmonics Requirements, Flicker Requirements & Radiated and Conducted Emissions, respectively). r) CIE 126-1997 Guidelines for Minimizing Sky Glow and IESNA TM-10 Addressing Obtrusive (Urban Sky Glow and Light Trespass) in conjunction with Urban Lighting. s) International Commission on Illumination (CIE). t) Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC). u) ASTM American Society for Testing of Materials. ASTM B 117-07a Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus, 2007 or ISO International Organization for Standardization. ISO 9227 Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheresSalt spray tests, 2006.

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v) IEC 60068-2-68 ed1.0 - Environmental testing - Part 2: Tests - Test L: Dust and Sand. w) ANSI C82.77-2002 - Harmonic Emission Limits & IEEE Std 519 1992 - Harmonic Limits x) ADM IRI Sustainability Guideline Standard 2010 y) ESTIDAMA - Community Pearl Rating System.

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LED Luminaires Within the Luminaire:


The light source shall be high brightness white light emitting Diodes (LEDs) with individual minimum efficacy of at least 100lm/W arranged modularly to provide the required lighting output. All lumen figures shall be Deliver (Hot) Lumens. The LEDs shall be from a reputed manufacturer of LEDs with proven past performance in accordance with ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377-2008 (American National Standard for Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting Products) or similar approved International Standard. They shall only be from MacAdam Ellipse Step-3 or Step-4 Bins. Step-7 Binning is not acceptable. The CRI 70 The LEDs shall be removable/replaceable on site by modular means without any possible risk to maintaining luminaire photometry and without the need to demount the fixtures for sake of future upgrading/maintenance requirements.

Whole Luminaire Efficacy:


The optimum efficiency of the luminaire shall be confirmed as follows: Minimum luminaire efficacy shall be:

75llm/cctW (@min50-degC, min95%RH


Which is given as Total Luminaire Design(Deliver) Lumen Output (llm) over Total Luminaire Circuit Watts(cctW) at minimum 50-degrees Centigrade Operating Outside Ambient Temperature and minimum 95% Relative Humidity. The efficacy being stated at minimum 50 Deg C (Greater than or equal to 75 llm/cctW) should be supported by a thermal test report for the luminaire. This report should provide percentage depreciation of light output at 50 Deg C from testing value of 25degreeC or 35degreeC. This can

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be compared with LM-79 efficacy at lab temperature from photometric report and de-rated. The effect on the driver case temperature at minimum 50degreeC should also be shown. Luminaire Maximum % Direct Uplight shall be as CIE 126-1997 and as required/allowed for the project for the Estidama application as applicable. Please note the importance of providing the correct lumen output figures for minimum 50degreeCambient temperature operation of the luminaire. The above figure must not be based on using lumen output given for the standard 25 or 35degreeC ambient lab test results unless stated that they are the same.

Optical Control
The luminaire shall be fitted with optical refractors, diffusers and/or reflectors. Different optics shall be proposed to exactly suit the specific applications. Independent laboratory photometric test reports shall be submitted for the luminaire photometric files used in the lighting calculations. The testing should conform to IESNA LM-79-08 standards.

Thermal Management
The LED modules shall be mounted on heavy duty heat sinks to ensure excellent head dissipation. The design of the heat sinks shall be such that there is a direct thermal path from the led junctions to the atmosphere thus providing a thermal transfer effect throughout the life of the luminaire. The heat sinks shall be proprietary and designed by the lighting manufacturer to enable the luminaires to work efficiently in Abu Dhabi climatic conditions. The luminaire shall be provided with a demonstrated ventilation arrangement allowing heat to be dissipated to the atmosphere. The luminaire shall be designed to prevent collection of debris on the heat sinks by proven and stated means. The Manufacturer shall provide test certification in accordance with IEC 60068 2 68 Part 2 Test L: Dust and Sand and should be submitted by the manufacturer from an independent / independently certified test laboratory. The test certificate should provide evidence that the heat increase inside the housing enclosure with dust and sand should not be more than 10% of the heat inside without the accumulation. The design shall be such that the luminaire shall be self cleaning in normal operation. The luminaire shall be provided with a heavy-duty rugged cast aluminium adjustable slip fitter mountable to suit the proposed pole. The Contractor shall coordinate with the LED fitting manufacturer and pole manufacturer to make sure complete compatibility of the products.

Ingress Protection
The LED Fixtures Driver and LED Engine/optical unit components shall be externally fully rated at a minimum of IP-65 (with the driver or driver housing to have a minimum rating of IP-66) and have proven means of negating internal condensation build-up. They shall have a minimum mechanical strength rating of IK-07 (minimum IK-08 required for all glass components). All synthetic materials shall be 100% UV Stable.

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Copper Content
All Aluminium Die-cast components shall have a very low copper content of less than 0.1% for corrosion resistance. Please note the ADM Warranty requirements for the luminaire body as set in clause 42.

Fixture Technical Data - For each type of lighting fixture, data on features, accessories, finishes and the following shall be included:
Note. Issue separate supporting documents if required.

Provide physical description of lighting fixture including dimensions.

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Provide details of the driver(s) including, manufacturer, driver efficiency, catalogue code, certifications and input watts.

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Provide luminaire photometric reports per IESNA LM-79-08, or similar International approved equivalent; including, laboratory name, report number, date, luminaire catalogue number, luminaire, and light source specifications.

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Provide luminaire coefficient of utilization data for reflectance values of 30/0/20 for street-side and house-side values for all optical distributions variations used.
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Provide photometry table of zonal lumen output in 10 vertical increments showing both the lumen value and the percentage of total out per 100 increment.

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Confirm a minimum of 6,000 hours of continuous operation of the LEDs at three different temperatures per LM-80-08, or similar International approved equivalent.

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Provide documentation of the expected useful life including the testing and calculation of useful life and verification of site lighting performance at that life. If the site defined performance methods are used, the interpolation between the three sets of LM-80 data, and all calculations applied in deriving the proposed LLD and useful life shall be provided.

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Provide safety certification and file number as required for the luminaire family which shall be listed, labelled, or identified per the National electric code (NEC). Applicable testing bodies are determined by the US Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) as National Recognised Testing Laboratories (NRTL) and include CSA (Canadian Standards Association), ETL (Edison Testing Laboratory), UL (Underwriters Laboratory) and CE Conformance European (Communaut Europ enne / Conformit Europ enne). Japanese electrical standard JET (Japan Electrical Safety & Environment Technology Laboratories).

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meet the following requirements: Note. Attach separate supporting documents if required.
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Operating temperature rating shall be between 40 C and minimum +50 C at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH).

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Storage (i.e. non-operating/daytime) temperature : all LED components to be designed to tolerate o o between 40 C and minimum +80 C at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH).

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Correlated colour temperature (CCT) : 4000-6000K Colour rendering index (CRI) : 70 Luminaire manufacturer shall submit reliability reports indicating that the manufacturer of the LED (chip, diode, or package) has performed Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council (JEDEC), or similar International approved equivalent; reliability tests on the LEDs as follows. Factory prerelease test reports shall be provided from the LED manufacturer duly complying to JEDEC o JESD22-A108C, or equivalent, for operating life tests at 85 C Ambient temperature and also for humidity and salt atmosphere corrosion tests. Standards and tests used must be stated.

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LED Drivers Technical Requirements - Within the fixture the LED driver(s) shall
meet the following requirements: 22 Drivers shall be 1-10v dimmable and have a minimum efficiency of 85%.
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Case (Tc C) Temperature rating -40 C to minimum +80 C and at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH). Driver/Fixture to have some means of built-in overheat thermal protection in the form of automatic dimming or stepping/holding down of the driver where temperature exceeds operational limits. Thermal cut-out devices which turn the fixture LEDs completely off are not acceptable. The Driver and driver output current must be shown to be fully tested and compatible with the exact LED chips/engine of the luminaire. All information provided and the cost analysis/payback calculations should be calculated with the exact drive current including the calculation for the life cycle, life and resultant increase or decrease of the energy consumption if applicable.

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Input voltage; capable of 120-277 volt, single phase or as required by the site.

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Power supplies can be UL Class 1 or II output or similar European CE or International equivalent.

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26 Surge protection: Must be tested in accordance to the requirements of IEEE/ASNI C62.41.2-2002, Scenario I Location Category C or International equivalent. Drivers shall have a Power Factor (PF) of L: 0.90. Drivers shall comply with FCC 47 cfr part 18 non-consumer RFI.EMI standards or equivalent. Drivers shall be RoHS Compliant. Drivers shall have a total individual luminaire Harmonic Distortion (THD) of: 20% i n accordance with ANSI C82.77 (2002). However the Contractor shall measure the harmonic at the supply point (LV side of the distribution substation) after the installation of all the LED street lights and adopt harmonic compensation methods to limit the total harmonics distortion in the supply voltage to maximum 5% as per IEEE 519 Regulations.

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Luminaire Requirements - The dedicated luminaire expected useful life (light output) and
Depreciation requirements shall be as follows:

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Useful Life Requirements


The useful life of the luminaire in terms of lumen output must be as specified by one of the following two methods. a/ As per LM-79-08 or approved International equivalent: Simplified B20-L70 threshold. A minimum of 50,000 operating hours before reaching the B20-L70 lumen output degradation point with no catastrophic failures. The B20-L70 lumen output must be capable of providing the luminance level and uniformity.

b/ Site performance method. A life time of number of hours specified by the site based on expected site lighting useful life must be capable of providing the luminance levels of uniformity.

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Useful life testing and verification procedure


Simplified B20-L70 threshold. Perform LM-79-08 (or approved International equivalent) testing on the luminaire at both time intervals of 0 hours and 6,000 hours. The luminaire shall be operated continuously in the appropriate UL 1598/153 environment or equivalent except when it is removed to perform the LM-79 light output tests. If the light output determined at 6,000 hours is 96% of the light output determined at 0 hours, the luminaire meets the simplified B20-L70 threshold for useful life.

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Site Performance method


a/ Perform lumen depreciation testing per LM-80-08 (or approved International equivalent) on the light sources (s) (module/array) for a minimum of 6000 hours (longer testing period is encouraged). Identify the installed (in luminaire) operating temperature of the LED using the Ts point under

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operating ambient temperature of 50-degreesC. From this interpolated curve, determine the lamp lumen depreciation (LLD) value and useful life that meets the needs of the site defined hours of operation to end of useful life as well as the luminance level and uniformity required.

Project Performance Requirement - The following factors shall be applied to


determine the performance requirements:

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Light Loss Factors (LLF)


LLF = LLD x LDD (Lamp Lumen Depreciation x Luminaire Dirt Depreciation) a/ Assume Lamp Lumen Depreciation (LLD) 0.70 for LED dedicated luminaires except where recommended otherwise by the luminaire manufacturer. Assume the appropriate effects from temperature on the lumen output of the luminaire. Note: The figure used should only match the stated Lumen Depreciation value given by the manufacturer for 50,000-hour operation at minimum 50degreeC ambient temperature. Manufacturer shall provide data to demonstrate the 50,000-hour lumen depreciation factor at the minimum 50degC temperature as required by the client. The method of calculation of lumen depreciation for 50,000 hrs shall be reviewed and declared consistent with their data by the LED chip manufacturer. b/ Assume Luminaire Dirt Depreciation (LDD) using appropriate and stated depreciation factors to suit actual environment and resistance properties of the specific fixture.

Photobiological Safety The Manufacturer/Supplier shall provide a written undertaking to


the satisfaction of ADM of testing to the following standards: 33 Ensure luminaire complies with Photobiological Safety of lamps and lamp systems in accordance with the requirements of BS EN 62471:2008 or A N S I / I E S N A R P - 2 7 . 3 - 0 . Provide proof of testing and compliance with the standards with certification provided to prove the fixture is classed as Exempt.

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Undertake all lighting design and calculation to the following ADM design standards:
The Contractor shall conduct a Field Performance test of the lighting installations immediately after energisation of the system in the presence of the Engineer. The test results shall meet the lighting requirements identified in the above specifications and below table. ADM will take appropriate actions if the specified lighting levels are not achieved and the Contractor will have to undertake remedial action to address the problems at his cost and without delay to the Contract.

Roadway Class /IESNA


Freeways & Expressways

Minimum Average Luminance(L)=CD/m2 /Illumination(Em)=LUX


1.5 (CD/m )
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Uniformity Ratio (minimum to average)


0.4 (Lmin to Lav)

Light Source
Discharge or LED LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent** LED or Equivalent**

Pole Height

Max 30m*** Max 20m*** Max 14m*** Max 12m*** Max 10m*** Max 10m*** To Match Road*** To Match Road*** Max 10m***

Major Arterials (Boulevards) Secondary Arterial (Avenue) Sector Internal Roads (Street) Access Lanes Cross Walk Ramp Terminal & Traffic Conflict Areas Under Bridges* Parking Lots

1.3 (CD/m ) 1.0 (CD/m ) 0.6 (CD/m ) 0.5 (CD/m ) 30 LUX 2.0 (CD/m )
2 2 2 2

0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Emin to Eav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Emin to Eav)

Match Road 5-15 LUX (low to high risk)

*Only for situations where the street lighting requirements, mounting heights and fixtures etc. are continued for all areas exceeding the standard distances and criteria set out under IESNA and/or the use of soffit fixtures is required, refer to the requirements of Part-B of this Specification (lighting for underpasses and tunnels) **Any equivalent technology proving similar or better illumination performance, energy efficiency and life cycle cost and which fully meets the requirements of this specification. ***Optimum pole heights and spacing arrangement to be selected for the project so that it is designed for the maximum possible overall luminous and energy efficiency with the fixtures proposed.

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Project Lighting Calculations - The following performance reports of the lighting installation shall be submitted for approval along with the material submittal:
35 Computer Generated Photometric Analysis of Proposed DAY 1 (Defined as the initial luminance value): This calculation is useful to ascertain the expected measurable light levels on site during the project commissioning period. It should be noted that this is not considered a design calculation for the project. The design calculation is undertaken in accordance with section 36 below. a/ Provide average luminance/illuminance measurements and uniformity at grade. Spacing between measurement points shall be as per IESNA standards or equivalent European or International Standards. b/ Computer calculations should use of the following applicable LLF value (in accordance with the methodology set out in section 32 above): using variables 1.0 for both LLD and for LDD.

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Computer Generated Photometric Analysis of Proposed FUTURE DATE (Defined as assuming numerous thousands of hours of operation and using stated design/deliver luminance value). This calculation is considered the DESIGN calculation for the project. a/ Provide average luminance/illuminance measurements and uniformity at grade. Spacing between measurement points shall be as per IESNA standards or equivalent European or International Standards. b/ Computer calculation should use the LLF values (LLD x LDD). All as calculated under the requirements set out in section 32 above. c/ The photometric data files shall be provided to the Consultant and ADM for verification.

Quality Assurance
37 ADM may request a standard production model luminaire sample, identical (including LED Package) to the proposed product, to be installed for inspection. ADM may also request independent testing of sample luminaires to verify luminaire performance and compliance with the specifications. Testing shall be conducted as per the applicable IESNA, ANSI or approved International equivalent approved methods of products using Solid Stage Lighting (SSL) sources. ADM shall be sole judge regarding acceptability of optical system performance. All testing certificates shall be from a Laboratory certified/approved by UKAS or UL or has ISO 17025 or equivalent certification.

According to the requirements of the Projects Contract documents, if required ADM reserve the right to attend, or appoint a third party to attend, a factory inspection.

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Warranty
LED Luminaire Warranty - The Contractor shall provide a written undertaking to the satisfaction of ADM to warranty the materials and performance as follows:
38 A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year on-site replacement material, fixture, finishes and workmanship. On-site replacement includes transportation, removal and installation of new product. Body and finish warranty shall include warranty against failure or substantial deteriorations such as corrosion, blistering, cracking, peeling, chalking or fading with no cost to ADM.

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty for defective or nonstarting LED source assemblies with no cost to ADM.

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty on all supplied drivers, power supply units (PSUs) and in-built control components with no cost to ADM.

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty for on-maintained luminance levels on all light sources (LED package, LED array, or LED module) including, but not limited to the LED die, encapsulate, and phosphor. If the expected useful life of the luminaire system is not maintained, then the manufacturer shall replace the light source(s) or luminaire as needed with no cost to ADM.

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A written warranty for a minimum ten (10) years against the deterioration of the housing, all external components; such as lenses, gaskets & fastenings, and the fixture finishes including, but not limited to, corrosion, yellowing, blistering, chalking, cracking, peeling or fading with no cost to ADM.

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Part B LED Luminaires for Tunnel and Underpass areas General


1 The design, specification, calculation, manufacturing, testing, shipment, installation and performance of LED lighting system (or other equally sustainable technology) shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements of all ADM electrical and lighting standards for electrical distribution works, except as specified herein. Copies should be requested from ADM if not already held. The LED luminaires shall be designed to operate continuously at the specified ambient temperature and humidity with special attention given to its vibration-proof construction and to the occasional sand storms and dusty weather in designing the luminaire body. The manufacturers shall guarantee adherence to this Specification and the performance of their LED luminaire under all the required design conditions. The consultant shall be responsible to ensure that the project and product specifications are fully in compliance, without any deviation from this Specification prior to forwarding to ADM for approval. Any deviation should be brought to the notice of ADM. The Consultant shall ensure in his design the following: integration, coordination, functionality and accessibility of these services. It shall be the Consultants responsibility to bring the system to the design & operating and maintenance conditions. The Consultant shall as requested by ADM provide full cost analysis including payback assessments as required for the project and in accordance with the instructions given by ADM.

The light fixture shall suitable for mounting on tunnel and/or underpass ceilings (both surfacemounted or recessed versions as applicable). It shall be suitably vibration-proof, have suitable optical distribution and slim and low profile as indicated on the drawings and shall provide efficient even low-glare illumination. The correct cut-off angles and spill light limits as set out in CIE 1261997 (Guidelines for Minimizing Sky Glow. Commission Internationale de L 'Eclairage / 01-Jan1997) must be met and the overall requirements for Estidama Communities projects as applicable for the area and zone of the project. The housing shall be of either extruded aluminium or die cast aluminium with very low coppercontent and high corrosive resistance. The finish coating for housing shall be with an anti-corrosive anodized/painting process or equivalent, providing excellent UV and environmental exposure resistance to fading, peeling cracking or corrosion. The driver(s) shall be integral to the fixture head, encapsulated/potted and protected in a waterproof(IP) environment, enabling access to the driver(s) for easy maintenance requirements. The fixtures shall be CE or UL certified, or comply with equivalent international standards with all certification made available.

Applicable Standards & Guidance Documents


3 The following documents (or equivalent International approved documents) shall be followed:
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a) IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America) - Lighting Handbook 10 Edition.

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b) IESNA RP-08(reaffirmed 2005) - Roadway Lighting. c) CIE 115 -2010 Lighting of Roads for Motor and Pedestrian Traffic. d) ANSI/IESNA RP-22-11 Tunnel Lighting. e) CIE 88 Guide for Lighting of Road Tunnels and Underpasses. f) IESNA RP-19-01 Roadway Sign Lighting. g) IESNA TM-16 -05 Technical Memorandum on Light Emitting Diode (LED) Sources & Systems. h) IESNA DG-4-03 Design Guide for Roadway Lighting Maintenance. i) IESNA RP-16-10 Nomenclature & Definitions for Illuminating Engineering. j) IES/IESNA LM-79-08 Approved Method: Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid-State Lighting Products. k) IES/IESNA LM-80-08 Approved Method for Measuring Lumen Maintenance of LED Light Sources. l) IEC 60529 or EN 60 529 (IP) and EN 50 102 (IK).Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code for ingress protection and IK Code for Mechanical Strength). m) ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377-2008-Americian National Standard for chromatically of Solid Stage Lighting products. n) BS EN 62471:2008 or ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-07 Photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems. o) EN 60598-parts 1, 2-1 & 2-3 (Electrical safety) General and for Road Lighting Luminaires. p) EN 61547, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3 & EN 55015 for Electromagnetic Compatibility (Immunity Requirements, Harmonics Requirements, Flicker Requirements & Radiated and Conducted Emissions, respectively). q) CIE 126-1997 Guidelines for Minimizing Sky Glow and IESNA TM-10 Addressing Obtrusive (Urban Sky Glow and Light Trespass) in conjunction with Urban Lighting. r) International Commission on Illumination (CIE). s) Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC). t) ANSI C82.77-2002 - Harmonic Emission Limits & IEEE Std 519 1992 - Harmonic Limits u) ADM IRI Sustainability Guideline Standard 2010 v) ESTIDAMA - Community Pearl Rating System.

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LED Luminaires Within the Luminaire:


The light source shall be super bright white light emitting Diodes (LEDs) with individual minimum efficacy of at least 100lm/W arranged modularly to provide the required lighting output. All lumen figures shall be Deliver (Hot) Lumens. The LEDs shall be from a reputed manufacturer of LEDs with proven past performance in accordance with ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377-2008 (American National Standard for Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting Products) or similar approved International Standard. They shall only be from MacAdam Ellipse Step-3 or Step-4 Bins. Step-7 Binning is not acceptable. The CRI 70 The LEDs shall be removable/replaceable on site by modular means without any possible risk to maintaining luminaire photometry and without the need to demount the fixtures for sake of future upgrading/maintenance requirements.

Whole Luminaire Efficacy:


The optimum efficiency of the luminaire shall be confirmed as follows: Minimum luminaire efficacy shall be:

75llm/cctW (@min60-degC, min95%RH)


Which is given as Total Luminaire Design(Deliver) Lumen Output (llm) over Total Luminaire Circuit Watts(cctW) at minimum 60-degrees Centigrade Operating Outside Ambient Temperature and minimum 95% Relative Humidity. The efficacy being stated at minimum 60 Deg C (Greater than or equal to 75 llm/cctW) should be supported by a thermal test report for the luminaire. This report should provide percentage depreciation of light output at 60 Deg C from testing value of 25degreeC or 35degreeC. This can be compared with LM-79 efficacy at lab temperature from photometric report and de-rated. The effect on the driver case temperature at minimum 60degreeC should also be shown. Luminaire Maximum % Direct Uplight shall be as CIE 126-1997 and as required/allowed for the project for the Estidama application as applicable. Please note the importance of providing the correct lumen output figures for min60 degreeCambient temperature operation of the luminaire. The above figure must not be based on using lumen output given for the standard 25 or 35-degreeC ambient lab test results unless stated that they are the same.

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Optical Control
The luminaire shall be fitted with optical refractors, diffusers and/or reflectors. Different optics shall be proposed to exactly suit the specific applications. Independent laboratory photometric test reports shall be submitted for the luminaire photometric files used in the lighting calculations. The testing should conform to IESNA LM-79-08 standards.

Thermal Management
The LED modules shall be mounted on heavy duty heat sinks to ensure excellent head dissipation. The design of the heat sinks shall be such that there is a direct thermal path from the led junctions to the atmosphere thus providing a thermal transfer effect throughout the life of the luminaire. The heat sinks shall be proprietary and designed by the lighting manufacturer to enable the luminaires to work efficiently in Abu Dhabi climatic conditions. The luminaire shall be provided with a demonstrated ventilation arrangement allowing heat to be dissipated to the atmosphere. The luminaire shall be designed to prevent collection of debris on the heat sinks by proven and stated means. The design shall be such that the luminaire shall be self cleaning in normal operation. The luminaire shall be provided with vibration-proof stainless steel adjustable bracket, customized if required to meet on site fastening arrangement, and the bracket shall be totally separable from the luminaire, to allow mounting of the same at site, ahead of the luminaire. The Contractor shall coordinate with the LED fitting manufacturer to make sure complete compatibility of the products.

Ingress Protection
The LED Fixtures Driver and LED Engine/optical unit components shall be externally fully rated at a minimum of IP-65 (with the driver or driver housing to have a minimum rating of IP-66) and have proven means of negating internal condensation build-up. They shall have a minimum mechanical strength rating of IK-07 (minimum IK-08 required for all glass components). All synthetic materials shall be 100% UV Stable.

Vibration Resistance
The fixture, mounting bracket and connections shall have proven and stated vibration resistant design specifically for tunnel applications.

Copper Content
All Aluminium Die-cast components shall have a very low copper content of less than 0.1% for corrosion resistance. Please note the ADM Warranty requirements for the luminaire body as set in clause 44.

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Fixture Technical Data - For each type of lighting fixture, data on features, accessories, finishes and the following shall be included:
Note. Issue separate supporting documents if required. 10 Provide physical description of lighting fixture including dimensions.

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Provide details of the driver(s) including, manufacturer, driver efficiency, catalogue code, certifications and input watts.

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Provide luminaire photometric reports per IESNA LM-79-08, or similar International approved equivalent; including, laboratory name, report number, date, luminaire catalogue number, luminaire, and light source specifications.

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Provide luminaire coefficient of utilization data for reflectance values of 30/0/20 for street-side and house-side values for all optical distributions variations used.
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Provide photometry table of zonal lumen output in 10 vertical increments showing both the lumen value and the percentage of total out per 100 increment.

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Confirm a minimum of 6,000 hours of continuous operation of the LEDs at three different temperatures per LM-80-08, or similar International approved

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Provide documentation of the expected useful life including the testing and calculation of useful life and verification of site lighting performance at that life. If the site defined performance methods are used, the interpolation between the three sets of LM-80 data, and all calculations applied in deriving the proposed LLD and useful life shall be provided.

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Provide safety certification and file number as required for the luminaire family which shall be listed, labelled, or identified per the National electric code (NEC). Applicable testing bodies are determined by the US Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA) as Nationally Recognised Testing Laboratories (NRTL) and include CSA (Canadian Standards Association), ETL (Edison Testing Laboratory), UL (Underwriters Laboratory) and CE Conformance European (Communaut Europ enne / Conformit Europ enne). Japanese electrical standard JET (Japan Electrical Safety & Environment Technology Laboratories).

LED Sources Technical Requirements - Within the fixture the LED sources shall
meet the following requirements: Note. Attach separate supporting documents if required. 18 Operating temperature rating shall be between 40 C and minimum +60 C at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH).
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Storage (i.e. non-operating/daytime) temperature : all LED components to be designed to tolerate o o between 40 C and minimum +80 C at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH).

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Correlated colour temperature (CCT) : 4000-6000K Colour rendering index (CRI) : 70 Luminaire manufacturer shall submit reliability reports indicating that the manufacturer of the LED (chip, diode, or package) has performed Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council (JEDEC), or similar International approved equivalent; reliability tests on the LEDs as follows. Factory prerelease test reports shall be provided from the LED manufacturer duly complying to JEDEC o JESD22-A108C, or equivalent, for operating life tests at 85 C Ambient temperature and also for humidity and salt atmosphere corrosion tests. Standards and tests used must be stated.

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LED Drivers Technical Requirements - Within the fixture the LED driver(s) shall
meet the following requirements: 23 Drivers shall be 1-10v dimmable and have a minimum efficiency of 85%.
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Case (Tc C) Temperature rating -40 C to minimum +80 C and at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH). Driver/Fixture to have some means of built-in overheat thermal protection in the form of automatic dimming or stepping/holding down of the driver where temperature exceeds operational limits. Thermal cut-out devices which turn the fixture LEDs completely off are not acceptable. The Driver and driver output current must be shown to be fully tested and compatible with the exact LED chips/engine of the luminaire. All information provided and the cost analysis/payback calculations should be calculated with the exact drive current including the calculation for the life cycle, life and resultant increase or decrease of the energy consumption if applicable.

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Input voltage; capable of 120-277 volt, single phase or as required by the site.

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Power supplies can be UL Class 1 or II output or similar European CE or International equivalent.

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Surge protection: Must be tested in accordance to the requirements of IEEE/ASNI C62.41.2-2002, Scenario I Location Category C or International equivalent. Drivers shall have a Power Factor (PF) of L: 0.90. Drivers shall comply with FCC 47 cfr part 18 non-consumer RFI.EMI standards or equivalent. Drivers shall be RoHS Compliant.

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Drivers shall have a Total individual luminaire Harmonic Distortion (THD) of: 20%. In accordance with ANSI C82.77 (2002). However the Contractor shall measure the harmonic at the supply point (LV side of the distribution substation) after the installation of all the LED street lights and adopt harmonic compensation methods to limit the total harmonics distortion in the supply voltage to maximum 5% as per IEEE 519 Regulations.

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Luminaire Requirements - The dedicated luminaire expected useful life (light output) and
Depreciation requirements shall be as follows:

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Useful Life Requirements


The useful life of the luminaire in terms of lumen output must be as specified by one of the following two methods. a/ As per LM-79-08 or approved International equivalent. Simplified B20-L70 threshold. A minimum of 50,000 operating hours before reaching the B20-L70 lumen output degradation point with no catastrophic failures. The B20-L70 lumen output must be capable of providing the luminance level and uniformity. b/ Site performance method. A life time of number of hours specified by the site based on expected site lighting useful life must be capable of providing the luminance levels of uniformity.

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Useful life testing and verification procedure


Simplified B20-L70 threshold. Perform LM-79-08 (or approved International equivalent) testing on the luminaire at both time intervals of 0 hours and 6,000 hours. The luminaire shall be operated continuously in the appropriate UL 1598/153 environment or equivalent except when it is removed to perform the LM-79 light output tests. If the light output determined at 6,000 hours is 96% of the light output determined at 0 hours, the luminaire meets the simplified B20-L70 threshold for useful life.

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Site Performance method


a/ Perform lumen depreciation testing per LM-80-08 (or approved International equivalent) on the light sources (s) (module/array) for a minimum of 6000 hours (longer testing period is encouraged). Identify the installed (in luminaire) operating temperature of the LED using the Ts point under operating ambient temperature of 50-degreesC. From this interpolated curve, determine the lamp lumen depreciation (LLD) value and useful life that meets the needs of the site defined hours of operation to end of useful life as well as the luminance level and uniformity required.

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Project Performance Requirement - The following factors shall be applied to


determine the performance requirements:

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Light Loss Factors (LLF)


LLF = LLD x LDD (Lamp Lumen Depreciation x Luminaire Dirt Depreciation) a/ Assume Lamp Lumen Depreciation (LLD) 0.70 for LED dedicated luminaires except where recommended otherwise by the luminaire manufacturer. Assume the appropriate effects from temperature on the lumen output of the luminaire. Note: The figure used should only match the stated Lumen Depreciation value given by the manufacturer for 50,000-hour operation at 60degreeC ambient temperature. Manufacturer shall provide data to demonstrate the 50,000-hour lumen depreciation factor at the minimum 60degreeC temperature as required by the client. The method of calculation of lumen depreciation for 50,000 hrs shall be reviewed and declared consistent with their data by the LED chip manufacturer. b/ Assume Luminaire Dirt Depreciation (LDD) using appropriate and stated depreciation factors to suit actual environment and resistance properties of the specific fixture.

Photobiological Safety The Manufacturer/Supplier shall provide a written undertaking to the satisfaction of ADM of testing to the following standards:
34 Ensure luminaire complies with Photobiological Safety of lamps and lamp systems in accordance with the requirements of BS EN 62471:2008 or A N S I / I E S N A R P - 2 7 . 3 - 0 . Provide proof of testing and compliance with the standards with certification provided to prove the fixture is classed as Exempt.

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Undertake all lighting design and calculation to the following ADM design standards:
The Contractor shall conduct a Field Performance test of the lighting installations immediately after energisation of the system in the presence of the Engineer. The test results shall meet the lighting requirements identified in the above specifications and below table. ADM will take appropriate actions if the specified lighting levels are not achieved and the Contractor will have to undertake remedial action to address the problems at his cost and without delay to the Contract.

Roadway Class /IESNA


Tunnels: (Interior Zone Level 1) Day Time Luminance (Interior Zone Level 2) Day Time Luminance Interior Zone Luminance

Minimum Average Luminance(L)=CD/m2 /Illumination(Em)=LUX


8.0 (CD/m ) 6.0 (CD/m ) 2.5 (CD/m )
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Uniformity Ratio (minimum to average)


0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav) 0.4 (Lmin to Lav)

Light Source

Mounting Height

LED or Equivalent* LED or Equivalent* LED or Equivalent*

Ceiling Mounted Ceiling Mounted Ceiling Mounted

Day Time Luminance Threshold and Transition Zones shall follow IESNA RP-22-11 Section 6 (Lighting Design Criteria) Design Guidelines *Any equivalent technology proving similar or better illumination performance, energy efficiency and life cycle cost and which fully meets the requirements of this specification.

Project Lighting Requirements


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Project Lighting Calculations - The following performance reports of the lighting installation shall be submitted for approval along with the material submittal:
37 Computer Generated Photometric Analysis of Proposed DAY 1 (Defined as the initial luminance value): This calculation is useful to ascertain the expected measurable light levels on site during the project commissioning period. It should be noted that this is not considered a design calculation for the project. The design calculation is undertaken in accordance with section 38 below.

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a/ Provide average luminance/illuminance measurements and uniformity at grade. Spacing between measurement points shall be as per IESNA standards or equivalent European or International Standards. b/ Computer calculations should use of the following applicable LLF value (in accordance with the methodology set out in section 33 above): using variables 1.0 for both LLD and for LDD.

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Computer Generated Photometric Analysis of Proposed FUTURE DATE (Defined as assuming numerous thousands of hours of operation and using stated design/deliver luminance value). This calculation is considered the DESIGN calculation for the project. a/ Provide average luminance/illuminance measurements and uniformity at grade. Spacing between measurement points shall be as per IESNA standards or equivalent European or International Standards. b/ Computer calculation should use the LLF values (LLD x LDD). All as calculated under the requirements set out in section 33 above. c/ The photometric data files shall be provided to the Consultant and ADM for verification.

Quality Assurance
39 ADM may request a standard production model luminaire sample, identical (including LED Package) to the proposed product, to be installed for inspection. ADM may also request independent testing of sample luminaires to verify luminaire performance and compliance with the specifications. Testing shall be conducted as per the applicable IESNA, ANSI or approved International equivalent approved methods of products using Solid Stage Lighting (SSL) sources. ADM shall be sole judge regarding acceptability of optical system performance. All testing certificates shall be from a Laboratory certified/approved by UKAS or UL or has ISO 17025 or equivalent certification.

According to the requirements of the Projects Contract documents, if required ADM reserve the right to attend, or appoint a third party to attend, a factory inspection.

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Warranty
LED Luminaire Warranty - The Contractor shall provide a written undertaking to the satisfaction of ADM to warranty the materials and performance as follows:
40 A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year on-site replacement material, fixture, finishes and workmanship. On-site replacement includes transportation, removal and installation of new product. Body and finish warranty shall include warranty against failure or substantial deteriorations such as corrosion, blistering, cracking, peeling, chalking or fading with no cost to ADM

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty for defective or nonstarting LED source assemblies with no cost to ADM

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty on all supplied drivers, power supply units (PSUs) and in-built control components with no cost to ADM

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A written warranty for a minimum five (5) year replacement material warranty for on-maintained luminance levels on all light sources (LED package, LED array, or LED module) including, but not limited to the LED die, encapsulate, and phosphor. If the expected useful life of the luminaire system is not maintained, then the manufacturer shall replace the light source(s) or luminaire as needed with no cost to ADM A written warranty for a minimum ten (10) years against the deterioration of the housing, all external components; such as lenses, gaskets & fastenings, and the fixture finishes including, but not limited to, corrosion, yellowing, blistering, chalking, cracking, peeling or fading with no cost to ADM

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Part C Lighting Poles General


1 Pole shall be of a type that can accommodate a variety of applications. The pole shall be made up of an extruded aluminium or steel mast that enables proprietary accessories to be mounted along its length at any height and position. The finish colour and design of the pole and accessories shall be as agreed with ADM for the project. Where required by design conditions structural reinforcing steel cores shall be used to reduce deflection of pole for accessories weight requirements. If the steel core is in contact with Aluminium, the manufacturer shall ensure that bi-metallic corrosion is prevented by means approved by ADM. All poles shall be linked by standard components, function and design. The poles shall be designed to comply with the requirements of AASHTO Luminaire Standards specifications for structural supports for highway signs, luminaries and traffic signals latest edition with interims.

Materials
2 a) Foundations. Structural analysis shall be submitted to show that the foundation design meets the load of the given pole type in its Fully Loaded state. Unless otherwise stated it is assumed the pole will sit above ground on a 100mm bed on non shrink grout. A Special design details shall be submitted by the Contractor to install the poles above tunnel structure. The design details shall be submitted for ADM review and approval. b) Service Hatches, Each pole shall have two service hatches approximately, 400mm from ground level where the connection of cables can be made between the outside network and the pole accessories. One service hatch shall be used for street lighting and the remaining one for other services. The service hatch shall be accessible without removing the cover plate or cladding from the pole base. The cover shall be fixed by two screws. The service hatch or hand hole cover shall fixed with hinges made of corrosion resistant materials such as stainless steel grade 316(A4), brass, hot-dip galvanized steel, etc. as applicable based on the pole and cover plate material and shall be padlocked with heavy duty padlocks complying with ADM standard specifications. The hatches shall house general purpose outlets (GPO) that can be accessed through an external lockable hatch. The hatch door keys shall be supplied as per standard ADM requirements.

c) Foundation conduits. Electric conduits shall be installed through foundation and shall enter the poles from base plate.

d) Steel work. Poles steel work shall be manufactured out of BS grade S355 steel for 10-14m poles or as appropriate to a pole of lower height. Hot dipped galvanizing (100 Microns minimum coating thickness) surface treatment shall be applied to both internal and external surfaces. The base plate shall be in accordance with Section XII of ADM Standard Specification. All additional fixtures (Fixture Type-1, Fixture Type-2, and Fixture Type-3) shall be on steel

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attachments of BS Grade S275 with hot dipped galvanizing (100 microns minimum). Base plate shall be manufactured as specified on the Drawings. Where steelwork is in contact with aluminium work, the manufacturer shall ensure that bi-metallic corrosion is prevented by means approved by ADM.

e) Aluminium work. Poles aluminium shall be made up of extruded aluminum alloy (6063/6082T6) which shall have an anodized protective coating finish to 25 microns. The colour of the anodized finish shall be as approved by ADM. The transition rim shall be of cast aluminum alloy of grade LM6 having coating of minimum 100 microns of polyester powder coating, type PE-SDF matching the approved colour of the anodized extruded aluminium. f) Bracketry and Base Plate Cover. Pole brackets and base plate cover shall be manufactured out of BS grade S275 Steel. This shall have high strength, be easily machinable able to handle an array of finishes. All steel components shall be hot-dip galvanized to a minimum thickness of 100microns and painted as per the applicable clauses of Section X11 of the ADM Standard Specification. The base plate cover shall be supplied along with the pole.

g) Fasteners. All fasteners supplied shall be made of corrosion resistant materials such as stainless steel;- Grade 316, brass, hot-dip galvanized steel etc, based on the materials with which it will be in contact. Bi-metallic contact shall be properly designed to avoid any galvanic or bi-metallic corrosion.

h) Electric Equipment. M8 x30 mm long threaded stud carrying two nuts and two washers shall be provided as an earth point. It shall be located with the service hatch. The electrical termination cutouts shall be supplied in accordance with the ADDC (Street Lighting Section) requirements and as shown on the Drawings. Each pole shall be polyethylene rope (dia. 4mm) draw wired to assist in feeding electrical and service cables. i) Product Identification Tag. The name of the lighting column manufacturer and the date of manufacture shall be clearly marked using an aluminium name tag affixed to the column in an appropriate location and manner to suit the column design and access.

j) Copper Content. All Aluminium Die-cast components shall have a very low copper content of less than 0.1%.

Assembly
3. a) Assembly of Pole. The pole shall be complete with all accessories and all necessary component assembly undertaken at the factory. The final assembly of pole and components shall be ready for installation at site without any works required other than using suitable fixing tools.

b) Mast arm for the Luminaires. The mast arm for the luminaire shall be fitted on site to the pole. The attachment of the mast arms shall be made of standard fasteners through the structural casting. The mast arm shall be self-supporting against all forces including uplift, without

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the use of any guy wires unless approved by ADM. The luminaire shall be fixed to the mast arm and electrically wired. Finally the cable end shall be connected to the electrical termination board at the service hatch located in the pole base. For traffic signal poles, the arms shall also be selfsupporting against all forces including uplift, without the use of any guy wire unless approved by ADM. Additionally, the arm shall be rotatable by over 90 on either sides, to allow for convenience of maintenance. c) Additional Assembly. Provisions shall be made on the pole for enabling the fixing of other accessories such as fabric or electric banners, street signs, CCTV cameras or traffic signal heads by others after the installation of poles. These provisions shall allow for future additional accessories to be added without having to remove the existing installed accessories, luminaire brackets or the like. The provisions shall be such as to ensure the clean, aesthetic look is maintained and shall allow for complete dismantling, when not in use, without leaving behind any clamps, lugs, etc.. d) Pole Base Cladding. Where a decorative element shall be used for the cladding at the base of the pole it shall be made from laser-cut, anodized or PE-SDF powder-coated aluminium sheeting and UV-stabilized, scratch-resistant polycarbonate incorporating LED lighting as shown on the drawings. LED strip shall be hidden behind the polycarbonate sheet. The number and type of LED shall be as advised and approved by ADM and all lighting equipment must meet ADM LED standards. LED wattage shall be finalized on product testing and clear adhesive 3M VHB or equivalent, 1mm thick film shall be applied to aluminum prior to laser cutting. Pattern shall be laser cut through both. Otherwise, adhesive shall bond aluminum to 6mm satin ice 100% UV-stable, scratch-resistant polycarbonate after forming.

Design Submission and Production


4. a) Design for Strength. The poles shall be capable of withstanding a basic wind speed of 45 m/s or 160 km/hr (3 second gust) when equipped with the actual number of lanterns and the associated fittings or accessories as confirmed by ADM. All poles shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of the latest edition of AASTHO. Design calculations shall be submitted, for ADMs approval, showing the following:i. Wind load derivation (hand calculation) on luminaires and mounted accessories ii. Wind loading derivation (hand calculation) on the pole iii. Sectional area of the pole at regular intervals of height along the pole, especially at areas of cross-section change and hand hole opening iv. Stress at the intervals specified in (iii) above v. Strength of the pole at the intervals specified in (iii) above vi. Combined Stress Ratios at the intervals specified in (iii) above b) Design for Deflection. Actual deflection against the deflection limit of the poles shall be clearly stated in the design calculations and shall conform to AASTHO. The actual deflection calculated shall be based on the basic wind speed of 45m/s and shall be measured at the lantern position. The calculated deflection shall be the sum of deflection on the vertical pole section as well as the outreach bracket arm section. Deflection of both the vertical pole and the arm shall be shown in the design submission. Design calculations shall show the pole deflection and shall be checked against the allowable deflection and special deflection limits required for high definition cameras or traffic signal poles, where applicable.

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c) Notarized Statement. A notarized statement, attested by the UAE Embassy, certifying the poles were built conforming to the manufacturers approved drawings and design calculations, shall be submitted after completion of manufacture, and prior to delivery of poles to site. Pole delivery to project site shall not be accepted without this.

Quality Assurance
5. ADM may request standard production model samples, identical to the proposed, product to be installed. ADM may request independent testing of the sample poles to verify the performance and compliance with the specifications. ADM shall be the sole judge regarding the acceptability of the performance of the light poles. According to the requirements of the Projects Contract documents, if required ADM reserve the right to attend, or appoint a third party to attend, a factory inspection. During a factory inspection, the manufacturer shall perform a full deflection test, as agreed jointly with an accredited independent test house and ADM, on a randomly selected pole from the manufactured lot, for each type of ordered pole, to establish the design compliance and structural integrity of the manufactured pole under simulated conditions of full loading, strictly in accordance with the approved design calculations and drawings. Different options of the base or lower cladding unit are shown on the drawings. ADM will choose one option during the material review process and the sample shall be submitted accordingly.

Warranty
6. The Contractor shall provide a written undertaking to the satisfaction of ADM to warranty the materials and performance as follows. a) Provide a written ten (10) year on-site replacement material, fixture finish, and workmanship. On-site replacement included transpiration, removal and installation of new product. Finish warranty shall include warranty against corrosion, failure or substantial deteriorations such as blistering, cracking, peeling, chalking or fading. The warranty shall include for maintained aesthetic integrity of the decorative pole and assembly, without any partial or complete separation, dislocation, disjointing, flaring, etc. of any elements of the pole and assembly with no cost to ADM. b) Provide a written ten (10) year replacement warranty for defective poles with no cost to ADM.

Measurement and Payment


7. a) General. The measurement and payment for multifunctional decorative pole shall include, but not by way of limitations, the complete light poles, LED luminaires with all accessories, foundations, earthing and all related materials and works for the complete installation and energizing the light pole. Installation of cables in light poles shall be in accordance with ADM Section XVI-14, Electrical Distribution, of the ADM Standard Specifications. b) Poles. Measurement and payment for the poles and components, will be at the unit rates as included in the Bills of Quantities, which rates shall be considered as full compensation for all labor materials, finishes, tools, equipment and appurtenances as required, as specified, and as directed by ADM.

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Part D Public Lighting Management System

Specification for High Pressure Sodium Installations


(New Installations and retrofit)
1. All HPS lighting shall be controlled via a Public Lighting Management System (PLMS) including independent phase voltage stabilisation and dimming. The PLMS shall save up to 40% of energy and double the lamp life of HPS lamps. Next to each lighting control panel (LCP) a power controller shall be installed to stabilise the voltage and dim the lighting during off peak hours. There shall be no changes required to the standard lighting installation or in case of retrofit to the existing installation. The control system shall be fully independent of the lighting itself and it shall be able to control any brand of luminaire. The system shall comply with CIE115 / 2010.

General Requirements
a. The PLMS will work with all luminaires HPS and MH type, equipped with standard magnetic ballast, igniter and power factor correction capacitor. The system shall be able to dim LED luminaires equipped with an LPC module. The PLMS shall be capable of dimming HPS lamps in a range of 100% - 50% and stabilizing the voltage for MH and FL lamps. LED luminaires shall be dimmed from 100% - 0%. The PLMS shall be capable of stabilizing the output voltage for each phase individually to +/1% for input voltage fluctuations from 175V to 264V. It shall be able to increase the output up to 25V to compensate for low input voltage. The PLMS shall be completely static, meaning no moving parts such as variac-type transformers with brushes and it shall not contain triac or IGBT based equipment. The kVA rating installed shall be based on full load as per the drawings at cos 0.8 and a spare capacity of 30% for future connection of additional loads such as advertising panels or more lighting. The system shall have an automatic by-pass. Each controller shall be de-rated by 30%, certified by the manufacturer. The controller shall be in two separate compartments, one ventilated compartment for the transformers and terminals IP44 and one sealed compartment for all electronic components IP54. The double chamber system is an absolute must for Middle Eastern conditions.

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The PLMS has to be a field proven system with at least 5000 similar products installed worldwide. The chosen supplier shall have similar systems installed in at least 5 major cities in the World and at least 5 years experience and installation in the GCC. The PLMS shall use the latest generation technology, and comply with international standards such as. CE-mark, CEI 17-13/1, EN 60439-1 and UL916. PLMS shall be CE marked and confirm to such standards. Under no circumstances the system shall induce harmonic currents to the supply grid. All the system component of PLMS will be suitable to operate within the temperature range of 20C to +55C with humidity of 0 97 % ; non-condensing.

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Specification for LED Installations


Public Lighting Energy Saving and Monitoring System
2. The proposed system shall comply with CIE115 2010. It shall save up to 60% energy and extend the life time of the LEDs.

3.

The proposed system shall be compatible with any LED luminaire manufacturer. Multiple manufacturers luminaires shall be able to be controlled from the same system. The source of supply shall be different for lighting and lighting control in order to guarantee full independence. Each luminaire has to be equipped with an approved dimmable driver as per Part A of this Specification (using the 1-10V input or PWM). Each pole shall be equipped with a Lighting Point Controller (LPC). The two shall be connected with a 5 core cable, phase, neutral, earth, control+ and control -.

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The LPC module shall be located in the pole cut out and shall transmit / receive data to/from the LPM module (Lighting Point Manger) located in the lighting control cabinet (LCC) via the existing power line using the power line communication method. Each LPC shall act as a receiver, a transmitter and as a relay to the next LPC. Up to 989 LPCs shall be addressed from one LPM. The LPM must be connected to the three phases, random capacitive coupling is not permitted. The LPM shall be controlled via a digital time clock initiating the different light levels. The LCC shall be equipped with a suitable filtering system, preventing the higher frequency signals being fed back to the supplies. The LPM shall have a suitable programming interface.

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If required later, the data from the LPM shall be able to be communicated via a MODBus or RS232 interface for communication to a central location via the GSM network or with a TCP/IP over a fibreoptic converter to the central location. The operation of each luminaire shall be monitored and the operating hours shall be tracked. Luminaire failures shall be signaled and maintenance schedules prepared in advance. Control the Luminaire: 4 scenarios shall be activated by the time clock via the LPM. Each of the 16 groups of luminaires shall take a different operating point, e.g. OFF - 50% - 75% - 100% of max. Light. The 4 scenarios shall be freely programmed on the LPM. Monitor the Luminaire: Some parameters shall be measured by the LPC and in real time

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communicated to the LPM two times per day on the request of the LPM. The time shall be set in the LPM. It is important that real measurement data is communicated. Alarm thresholds must be set from the central software.

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Should for any reason the power line communication not be possible in an installation, the LPC module shall be controlled via the mains voltage. 230V = maximum light and 170V = minimum light. Min. and Max. shall be set in the LPC module. This solution is for mixed loads as well, where HPS and LED lights are controlled from the same LCP.

7.

General Characteristic of the LPC Module for LED Luminaires


a. b. Located in the pole near the cutout in IP65 enclosure. Galvanically isolated output 1-10 VDC to control the driver to achieve dimming from 1 to 100 % with steps of 1-10% c. Communication in AKS code with power line carrier and frequency 125 KHz (class 116) d. Dimming control via mains voltage e. Communication speed minimum 1000 Baud f. Suitable for lamps max. 300 W g. Power consumption < 0.7W h. Voltage supply : 170 254V / 50Hz i. Max distance for power line shall be >1000m j. Each module shall act as a repeater (relays) k. Operating temperature: from -20 to +55 C l. Storage temperature: from -30 to +80 C m. Compliant with EN500065-1 and EN50178 and CE n. MTBF > 200000 hrs o. Each module reads and communicates the following data: Lamp status on/off; Voltage; Luminaire curent; Power factor cos; luminaire burning hours; luminaire supply time (how many hrs the luminaire was supplied with power (this time is not necessarily the same as the burning hrs.) The supplier shall have at least ten (10) years of experience in public lighting management systems and it shall have at least 5 similar installations in the GCC.

Specification for LED Installations


Tunnel Lighting Energy Saving, Control and Monitoring System
8. The proposed system shall comply with CIE88 2004. It shall save up to 60% energy and extend the life time of the LEDs.

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9.

The proposed system shall be compatible with any LED luminaire manufacturer. Multiple manufacturers luminaires shall be able to be controlled from the same system. The source of supply shall be different for lighting and lighting control in order to guarantee full independence.

10. Each luminaire shall be equipped with an approved dimmable driver as per Part B of this Specification (using the 1-10V input or PWM). Each luminaire shall be equipped with a Lighting Point Controller (LPC). The two shall be connected with a 5 core cable; (phase, neutral, earth, control+ and control)

11. The LPC module shall be located near the luminaire and shall transmit / receive data to/from the LPM module (Lighting Point Manger) located in the lighting distribution board (LDB) via the power line using the power line communication method. Each LPC shall act as a receiver, a transmitter and as a relay to the next LPC. Up to 989 LPCs shall be addressed from one LPM. The LPM shall be controlled via the PLC from the tunnel lighting control system initiating the different light levels required. The LDB shall be equipped with a suitable filtering system, preventing the higher frequency signals being fed back to the supplies. The LPM shall have a suitable programming interface.

12. The data from the LPM shall be communicated via a MODBus and TCP/IP over the fiber optic converter to the master PLC. The operation of each luminaire shall be monitored and the operating hours of each luminaire shall be tracked. Lamp failures shall be signaled and maintenance schedules prepared in advance.

Control the Luminaire: 4 scenarios shall be activated by the PLC via the LPM. Each of the 16 groups of luminaires can take a different operating point, e.g. OFF - 50% - 75% - 100% of max. light. The 4 scenarios shall be freely programmed on the LPM. Monitor the Luminaire: Some parameters shall be measured by the LPC and in real time communicated to the LPM two times per day on the request of the LPM. The time shall be set in the LPM. It is important that real measurement data is communicated. Alarm thresholds shall be set from the central software.

13. Should for any reason the power line communication not be possible in an installation, the LPC module shall be controlled via the mains voltage. 230V = maximum light and 170V = minimum light. Min. and Max. shall be set in the LPC module. This solution is for mixed loads as well, where HPS and LED lights are controlled from the same LCP.

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General Characteristic of the LPC Module for LED Luminaires


a. b. c. d. Located in the pole near the cutout in IP65 enclosure. Galvanically isolated output 1-10 VDC to control the driver to achieve dimming from 1 to 100 % with steps of 1-10% Communication in AKS code with power line carrier and frequency 125 KHz (class 116) Dimming control via mains voltage

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e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o.

Communication speed minimum 1000 Baud Suitable for lamps max. 300 W Power consumption < 0.7W Voltage supply : 170 254V / 50Hz Max distance for power line shall be >1000m Each module shall act as a repeater (relays) Operating temperature: from -20 to +55 C Storage temperature: from -30 to +80 C Compliant with EN500065-1 and EN50178 and CE MTBF > 200000 hrs Each module reads and communicates the following data: Lamp status on/off; Voltage; Luminaire curent; Power factor cos; luminaire burning hours; luminaire supply time (how many hrs the luminaire was supplied (this time is not necessarily the same as the burning hrs.)

with power

The supplier shall have at least ten (10 years of experience in public lighting management systems and it shall have at least 5 similar installations in the GCC.

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