Electrical 13-002 ELEC ALTERNATES

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I.
PART 1 - GENERAL
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J.
1.01
WORK INCLUDED
A.
B.
C.
Furnish all labor, materials, and equipment as required by the plans and
specifications to provide a complete and operable electrical system. This
specification describes the types of materials, methods, and management to be
utilized. This includes the work listed in this division as well as equipment
furnished under other divisions not specifically mentioned herein.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR EQUIPMENT
L.
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
Guarantee all materials and labor for a period of (1) year from date of substantial
completion. Pass on any additional manufacturer warranties to the owner.
WORK INCLUDED
A.
Contractor shall coordinate with electric and telephone utilities prior to bid and
furnish both with their required sets of plans within 10 days of being awarded
project. Obtain pdfs of plans from GC to plot and send to the utility companies.
14 gauge sheet steel with corrosion resistant finish.
and above ceilings. All fasteners, straps, clips, etc. shall be UL listed for their use.
B.
Ample space for wires, connections and equipment.
Weatherproof any penetration through exterior of building including slab on
grade.
C.
Cabinet fronts: Sheet steel panels with hinged door and locking provisions.
D.
E.
All empty raceways used for structured cabling shall be terminated with
connectors and bushings.
M.
Make watertight roof penetrations at equipment served. Conduits shall not be
run horizontally exposed on top of roofs.
N.
Provide suitable protection of conduits during construction to prevent debris
from entering while conduits are not terminated.
A.
1.
1.03
National Electric Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
3.
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)
4.
Florida Building Code (FBC), 2010 ed.
5.
Florida Fire Prevention Code (FFPC), 2010 ed.
EQUIPMENT, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
A.
All equipment and material shall be new unless allowed below, free from defects,
of current manufacture, and listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., (UL) where
UL requirements apply. All materials are to be products of reputable and
experienced manufacturers.
B.
Existing raceways and outlet/junction boxes may be reused where they are
properly installed and contain no defects or damage.
C.
Provide protection for materials and equipment against loss or damage
throughout the contract. Provide protection from the effect of weather prior to
installation, store items to be installed in indoor weather protected location.
D.
Following installation, protect materials and equipment from corrosion, physical
damage and effects of moisture on insulation.
E.
Do not cut or notch any structural member or building surface without specific
approval of the Structural Engineer.
F.
1.
2.
3.
B.
C.
All work will be performed by accomplished, qualified and experienced
personnel working under continuous competent supervision.
D.
1.04
PERMITS
A.
1.06
D.
Provide each pull box with sufficient clamps to which cables shall be secured in
neat and orderly fashion permitting ready identification.
PART 3 EXECUTION
PART 1 - GENERAL
Mount pull boxes connected to concealed conduits with covers flush with the
finished wall.
3.01
1.01
with a permanent marker.
PART 1 - GENERAL
B.
Furnish all labor associated with accompanying Engineer during observations of
construction.
1.01
C.
1.07
1.08
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
Temporary installation shall conform to the requirements of the NEC, OSHA, and
the State and local governing bodies.
2.01
2.01
C.
RIGID METAL CONDUIT (RMC) with threaded fittings and UL 6 listing.
B.
Submit complete shop drawings for review prior to purchase of the following:
D.
RIGID NON-METALLIC CONDUIT (RNC): Schedule 40, with matching glue-on
socket fittings.
1.
E.
FLEXIBLE METALLIC CONDUIT (FMC): Galvanized interlocked steel strip with
positive locking cadmium plated steel or malleable iron fittings.
Light fixtures.
2.
Wiring devices.
3.
Panelboards, safety switches, and fuses.
4.
Generator and Transfer Switch.
F.
RECORD DRAWINGS
B.
C.
Maintain a neatly marked set of record drawings showing installation location,
and/or routing of conduits, depth of buried cables, pull boxes, junction boxes,
outlets, and a single-line diagram of the building electrical distribution system
and floor plans indicating location and area served for all distribution. After final
inspection, within 30 days after the date of system acceptance, transfer all record
information to the Owner as required in the contract.
If the contractor elects not to utilize circuitry as designated on plans and in
schedules, contractor shall provide as-built markups of plans and schedules to
engineer.
An operating manual and maintenance manual shall be provided to the building
owner. The manuals shall include, at a minimum, the following:
1.
Submittal data stating equipment rating and selected options for each
piece of equipment requiring maintenance.
2.
Operation manuals and maintenance manuals for each piece of equipment
requiring maintenance. Required routine maintenance actions shall be
clearly identified.
3.
Names and addresses of at least one qualified service agency.
PART 2 - EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
A.
2.02
A.
B.
C.
3.01
The electrical plans show general arrangements and locations for equipment
conduit, outlets, etc. Unless detailed or dimensioned, exact locations of conduit,
routing of cables and placement of equipment will be governed by structural
conditions, physical interference, owner equipment, and locations of electrical
termination on equipment. Examine architectural, structural, and mechanical
plans and shop drawings for the various equipment in order to determine exact
Minimum size conductors and insulation types:
A.
The work under this section includes wall switches, receptacles, occupancy
sensors, wall dimmers, device plates and box covers, poke-through service
fittings, access floor boxes, photocells and time clocks.
B.
EMT for all above grade areas in the building unless noted otherwise.
C.
RNC for all areas below grade.
D.
LT for all exposed locations within coolers and freezers.
E.
See plans for conduit, expansion fittings, and boxes to be used at the dock.
F.
Make connections to motors and equipment with FMC and LT as environmental
conditions dictate.
INSTALLATION
A.
Install conduit concealed in all areas where possible.
B.
Coordinate installation of conduit in masonry work.
C.
Attach grounds permanently before permanent building service is energized.
E.
Provide bonding to meet NEC Requirements, including but not limited to
bonding between telephone, television, and security systems.
F.
Coordinate with general contractor to insure at least (2) column anchor bolts are
tied to footing steel rebar at column nearest electrical service using the usual steel
tie wires.
3.02
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
1.
Branch circuits and feeders, # 12 AWG THHN/THWN.
2.
Service entrance, # 1 AWG XHHW.
3.
Control circuits, # 14 AWG THHN/THWN.
2.01
DESCRIPTION
A.
MC Cable may be used in lieu of conduit and wire where installed in accordance
with all of the following conditions.
1.
Concealed only where approved by occupant.
2.
Per requirements of the NEC and local codes.
3.
Branch circuits 30 amps and below.
4.
Where installed after the first junction box from a panel, i.e. do not connect
MC cable to panelboards.
B.
C.
Color coding shall be as follows:
Voltage
Phase A
Phase B
Phase C
Neutral
120/240
Black
Red
-----
White
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
Inspect grounding and bonding system conductors and connections for tightness
and proper installation.
B.
Measure ground resistance from system grounding electrode connection at
service entrance (neutral-ground bond removed) to earth ground reference point
using suitable ground testing equipment. Resistance shall not exceed 25 ohms.
WALL SWITCHES: 20-amp, 120/277V commercial grade. Single pole (White):
Leviton CS120-2W. 3-way (White): Leviton CS320-2W. 4-way (White): Leviton
CS420-2W. 2-pole (White): Leviton CS220-2W.
***END OF SECTION***
RECEPTACLES (multiple on a branch circuit): 15-amp, 120V commercial grade.
Duplex (White): Leviton CR15-W. Duplex Tamper Resistant (White): Leviton
CR15S-GW.
RECEPTACLES (single duplex or simplex on a branch circuit): 20-amp, 120V
commercial grade. Duplex (White): Leviton CR20-W. Simplex (White): Leviton
5801-W.
D.
GFCI RECEPTACLES: 20-amp, 120V commercial grade. Duplex (White): Leviton
7899-W. Receptacles serving vending machines and drinking fountains shall be
GFCI type.
E.
GFCI RECEPTACLES: 20-amp, 120V commercial grade, weather resistant.
Duplex (White): Leviton W7899-W for all outdoor, cooler, freezer, and any other
damp or wet locations.
F.
PHOTOCELL: Weatherproof, adjustable. Intermatic K4100 series.
G.
TIME CLOCK: Single or multi-circuit as indicated on the plans. Intermatic
ET70000 series.
INSTALLATION
A.
SECTION 16426
DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
WORK INCLUDED
A.
Standard and custom products equivalent to Square D, NQOD, NF, I-Line
panelboards, and QMB switchboards, as well as safety switches, contactors, and
starters. Cutler Hammer, Siemens, and GE are acceptable manufacturers.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
MATERIALS
PART 3 - EXECUTION
A.
All distribution gear shall have a ground bus.
B.
For 4-wire systems, the neutral bus shall be the equivalent ampacity as the phase
bus bars.
C.
Cover plates in commercial kitchens shall be type 302 stainless steel. All other
cover plates shall be smooth white nylon unless otherwise specified herein.
Provide mechanically fastened permanent plastic nametag with 1/4"H letters
indicating name of each switchboard, panelboard, and transformer as well as a
permanent plastic nametag indicating each load fed for each switchboard.
D.
C.
Cover plates for receptacles installed in damp or wet locations shall be
weatherproof while-in-use.
All panelboards and switchboards shall use bolt-on circuit breaker overcurrent
devices.
E.
Support vertically installed conductors at intervals not to exceed those allowed by
the NEC. Do not splice vertically installed conductors.
D.
Cover plates for light switches in exterior, cooler, and freezer applications shall be
equivalent to Carlon E98TSCN-CAR weatherproof cover.
Provide circuit breakers UL listed as Type HACR for air conditioning equipment
branch circuits.
F.
Do not use tandem circuit breakers.
F.
Remove any existing wiring (line voltage and low voltage) which is abandoned in
place or will become obsolete due to construction.
E.
Note mounting heights indicated by the symbology and notes on the plans.
G.
F.
G.
Any feeder lengths described in Voltage Drop or Fault Current Study tables are
not to be relied upon for bidding or construction. Contractor is advised to review
specification 16010, 2.01, A for coordination with other trades which may affect
feeder installation routing and lengths.
All devices shall have a bonding pigtail conductor from grounding terminal to the
metal box system (except IG). Self-grounding receptacles using mounting screws
as bonding means are not approved.
Safety switches used for service disconnecting means shall be Heavy Duty,
100,000 AIC minimum. All others may be General Duty.
H.
G.
Except as otherwise indicated on the Drawings, mount devices flush, with long
dimension vertical, and grounding pin on receptacles on bottom. Group adjacent
switches and receptacles under a single, multi-gang wall plate. Where
communications outlets are shown adjacent to power receptacles, both shall be
installed at same elevation.
Provide Class L fuses for individual motors, 50 hp and larger; Class J for service
mains including tenant meter disconnects downstream of mains; Class RK5 fuses
for all other applications.
I.
Refer to panel schedules for ampacities, voltage, phase, NEMA rating, mounting
configuration, AIC rating, and accessories.
J.
Lighting contactors shall have 30 amp rated contacts, minimum.
K.
Provide a typewritten panel directory for each panelboard or loadcenter with
sufficient detail to distinguish each circuit from all others within the panelboard
or loadcenter.
L.
Where a shared neutral conductor is used for multiple branch circuits, contractor
shall either group circuits together in panel and provide a manufacturer furnished
and listed handle-tie to simultaneously trip all of the circuits sharing the neutral
or provide multi-pole circuit breakers.
B.
Provide a green grounding conductor in all raceways except service entrance.
Provide a green with yellow stripe conductor in raceways with isolated ground
conductors specified on plans.
C.
Provide conductors with identification tags as manufactured by Brady or
approved equal.
A.
All devices are to be installed in 4" square boxes, except when installed in
masonry.
D.
Install wires and cables continuous without splices from source of supply to
distribution equipment and from source of supply to motors, lighting, or power
outlets. Do not use pull boxes for making splices. Do not install splices in conduits
or trench.
B.
E.
H.
3.01
GENERAL
Prior to energizing, check service lateral and feeders for electrical continuity and
phase-to-neutral, and phase-to-ground insulation resistance levels to insure
system insulation levels are in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
Use 500 volt tester for 208 volt and 240 volt applications; 1000 volt tester for 480
volt applications. If resistance levels are low, take corrective measures as
necessary including but not limited to replacement of all materials as required.
***END OF SECTION***
SECTION 16170
GROUNDING AND BONDING
***END OF SECTION***
SECTION 16130
PART 1 - GENERAL
PART 3 - EXECUTION
1.01
3.01
PULL AND JUNCTION BOXES
WORK INCLUDED
INSTALLATION
PART 1 - GENERAL
A.
1.01
DESCRIPTION
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
B.
Construct junction or pull boxes greater than 100 cubic inches as "cabinets".
2.01
C.
Provide all covers of same gauge metal and include screws.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
Grounding electrodes and conductors, equipment grounding conductors and
bonding.
Construct junction or pull boxes less than 100 cubic inches as "standard outlet
boxes".
A.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
All wiring shall be copper unless specifically noted otherwise on plans. Where
type XHHW-2 aluminum conductors are permitted per the plans, conductor
terminations shall be made with compression pigtail adapters (ILSCO Type ACM
or ACO) with anti-oxidant applied to exposed conductor. Owner is advised to
refer to NFPA 70B for periodic inspection recommendations.
SCHEDULE OF LOCATIONS
RMC or Schedule 80 PVC in all areas subject to physical damage to an elevation of
48" AFF/AFG.
C.
Code, whichever requires the most rods. Install additional rod electrodes as
required to achieve specified resistance to ground.
WORK INCLUDED
PART 3 - EXECUTION
LIQUID-TIGHT FLEXIBLE METAL CONDUIT (LT): Provide liquid-tight, flexible
metal conduit; constructed of single strip, flexible continuous, interlocked, and
double-wrapped steel; galvanized inside and outside; coated with liquid-tight
jacket of flexible polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with positive locking cadmium plated
steel or malleable iron fittings and compression type steel ferrule and neoprene
gasket sealing rings.
A.
Mechanical connections shall be accessible for inspection and checking. No
insulation shall be installed over mechanical ground connections.
MATERIALS
1.01
Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT) with die cast or steel set-screw fitting for dry and
damp locations, compression for wet locations.
Submit 6 copies of all project submittal data and shop drawings.
Install Products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
SECTION 16140
PART 1 - GENERAL
GENERAL: Provide conduit, and fittings of types, grades, sizes, and weights (wall
thicknesses) as indicated; with minimum trade size of 1/2" above grade and 3/4"
below grade.
A.
A.
2.01
B.
A.
WIRING DEVICES
MATERIALS
A.
SHOP DRAWINGS
Furnish all labor, materials, and equipment as required to install all wires and
cables as n the Plans, and as required to connect all electrical services and
equipment.
GENERAL
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
Furnish all labor, materials and equipment as required to install all flexible or
rigid conduit, couplings, supports and nonmetallic ducts, as shown on the Plans.
Provide all temporary lighting and 120V/20A power reachable with a 100ft
extension cord for use by trades.
Pay all cost for temporary power services and power usage charges until project
final acceptance by owner.
***END OF SECTION***
WORK INCLUDED
A.
TEMPORARY INSTALLATION
B.
WORK INCLUDED
A.
CONDUIT RACEWAYS
Prior to submitting a bid, visit the project site and ascertain conditions affecting
the proposed work and all existing electrical facilities.
A.
A.
WIRE
Grounding Electrode Conductor: Size as shown on drawings,
specifications or as required by NFPA 70, whichever is larger.
Verify all electrical loads (voltage, phase, full load amperes, number and point of
connections, minimum circuit ampacity, etc.) for equipment furnished under
other Sections of this specification, by reviewing respective shop drawings
furnished under each section. Report any variances from electrical characteristics
noted on the electrical drawings to the Engineer before proceeding with rough-in
work.
A.
EXOTHERMIC CONNECTIONS
2.
Connect electrical power supply conductors to equipment conductors in
accordance with equipment manufacturer's written instructions and wiring
diagrams.
SITE INSPECTION
Each connector shall be factory filled with an oxide-inhibiting compound.
Secure flush covers with corrosion resistant screws or bolts.
SECTION 16111
1.05
D.
Mount rigidly in place with front of box level and plumb.
Make electrical connections in accordance with connector manufacturer's written
instructions and with recognized industry practices, and complying with
requirements of NEC and NECA's "Standard of Installation" to ensure that
products fulfill requirements.
***END OF SECTION***
The connectors shall be clearly marked with the manufacturer, catalog number,
conductor size and the required compression tool settings.
C.
Other methods as required by the National Electrical Code and/or as
required by special equipment or field conditions.
Obtain and pay for all permits and inspections pertinent to the electrical
installation.
C.
B.
Permanently installed fixed equipment - flexible seal-tite conduit from
branch circuit terminal equipment, or raceway; to equipment, control
cabinet, terminal junction box, or wiring terminals. Totally enclose all
wiring in raceway.
Obtain and review the equipment shop drawings to determine particular final
connection requirements before rough in begins for each equipment item.
Telephone cabinets: Size and depths as noted on Drawings, with fire-retardant
wood backboards.
Material: Stranded copper (aluminum not permitted).
INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
A.
The installation of the connectors shall be made with a compression, tool and die
system, as recommended by the manufacturer of the connectors.
1.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
B.
INSTALLATION
E.
Movable and/or portable equipment - wiring device, cord cap, and
multi-conductor cord suitable for the equipment and in accordance with
NEC requirements (Article 400).
Flush cabinets: Cover shall be approximately 3/4" larger than cabinet on all sides,
set with front firmly against the finished wall surface.
A.
SECTION 16120
See Section 16111, Conduit Raceways; Section 16140 Wiring Devices; and Section
16120 Wire and Cables for additional requirements. Provide final connections for
equipment consistent with the following:
National Electrical Code (NEC), 2008 ed.
2.
3.01
GENERAL
A.
The compression connectors shall be manufactured from pure wrought copper.
The conductivity of this material shall be no less than 99% by IACS standards.
2.04
BUILDING WIRE AND CABLE
All equipment, materials, and methods of design and installation are to comply
with the National Electrical Code (NEC), the Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA), and the requirements of applicable local codes. Codes and standards of
the following organizations may be referred to in this section and shall be
considered as the minimum acceptable. A reference herein to any portion of the
standard or code is not to be considered as negating any other portion of the
standard or code.
A.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
***END OF SECTION***
CODES AND STANDARDS
2.01
COMPRESSION CONNECTORS
Install junction boxes so that covers are readily accessible after the completion of
the installation.
Provide all labor, materials and equipment as required furnishing connections to
all electrical equipment, lights, etc.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
1.02
2.03
A.
Provide pull boxes as dictated by wire pulling requirements. Unless shown
otherwise, face into secondary or unfinished rooms.
SECTION 16070
CABINETS
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
GENERAL PROVISIONS
2.02
1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
SECTION 16010
Where plans and specifications or schedules are in conflict, contractor shall
assume the most stringent requirements apply and submit an RFI prior to
ordering materials.
Fasten raceways securely in place. Firmly fasten conduit within three feet of each
outlet, junction box, cabinet, or fitting. Support metallic conduit in accordance
HCSO
B.
H.
DATE
catalog number, conductor size and manufacturer.
STANDARD OUTLET BOXES
Plug ends of conduits to prevent entry of dirt or moisture. Provide non-shrinking
electrical putty to seal conduits which emerge from grade after conductors are
installed.
A.
Make of material resistant to corrosion or suitably protected, both internally and
externally by galvanizing.
B.
Boxes installed in damp or wet locations shall be U.L. approved for the purpose.
D.
Route all exposed conduits parallel or perpendicular to building lines.
C.
Metal boxes to meet NEC construction specifications.
E.
Do not exceed number of bends in conduit beyond that allowed by the NEC.
D.
F.
PVC conduit runs less than 50 ft shall incorporate Schedule 80 elbows, over 50 ft
use RMC coated with bitumastic. Prior to backfill, take digital photographs.
Boxes exposed or surface mounted shall be die-cast or permanent- mold cast
aluminum body with threaded external hub and cast cover.
G.
Keep conduits at least 12" away from gas lines and hot water pipes, and in no case
E.
Provide in-ground junction box, Quazite #PG1118BA12 /PG1118HH00 or
equivalent for in ground applications. Top flush with finished grade.
2.02
B.
Provide filler plates for unused spaces in panelboards.
C.
Inspect for physical damage, proper alignment, anchorage, and grounding.
Check proper installation and tightness of connections.
D.
Rigidly mount disconnects and starters adjacent to load served, maintaining
working clearance required by NEC.
DRAWN BY:
E.
Electrical equipment, such as switchboards, panelboards, industrial control
panels, meter socket enclosures, and motor control centers, that are in other than
dwelling occupancies, and are likely to require examination, adjustment,
servicing, or maintenance while energized shall be field marked to warn qualified
persons of potential electric arc flash hazards. Provide factory labels to comply.
REVIEWED BY:
ROD ELECTRODE
A.
Material: Copper-clad steel.
B.
Diameter: 3/4" minimum.
C.
Length: 10' minimum. Rod shall be driven at least 9'-6" deep.
D.
Provide the number of rods required to obtain proper ground resistance.
MECHANICAL CONNECTORS
A.
The mechanical connector bodies shall be manufactured from high strength, high
conductivity cast copper alloy material. Bolts, nuts, washers and lock washers
shall be made of Silicon Bronze and supplied as a part of the connector body and
shall be of the two bolt type.
B.
Split bolt connector types are NOT allowed.
C.
The connectors shall meet or exceed UL 467 and be clearly marked with the
F.
SPECIFICATIONS CONTINUED ON SHEET E0-2
MDO
SHEET NAME
Where the area above the dedicated electrical space above electrical equipment
contains systems which could leak or condensate, provide suitable protection to
avoid damage to the electrical equipment.
***END OF SECTION***
CSY
03-18-13
DATE:
SPECIFICATIONS
PERMIT SET
DIVISION 16000 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
permit conductors to reach higher than rated temperatures.
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
routing and placement of all raceways, cables, and equipment, to assure a
workable installation in accordance with NEC. Such coordination shall be
anticipated during bid.
REVISIONS
SHEET NUMBER
E0-1
NO
PART 1 GENERAL
H.
Time delay relay sequencer: Six (6) adjustable relays for step sequencing control
of loads.
I.
1.01 Section Includes
PART 3 EXECUTION
B.
J.
Automatic Transfer Switch.
3.01
Examination
K.
1.
Kilowatts.
A.
Generator: ANSI/NEMA MG 1; three-phase, four-pole, reconnectible brushless
synchronous generator with brushless exciter.
2.
Amperes.
3.
Voltage.
Voltage drop has been calculated for wiring arrangements as shown. Contractor
will be responsible for adequately sized conductors limiting voltage drop to 3% at
farthest fixture should they deviate.
B.
Rating: As indicated on drawings.
4.
Coolant temperature.
C.
Insulation: ANSI/NEMA MG 1, Class F.
5.
Room temperature.
D.
Temperature Rise: 130 degrees C stand-by.
5.
Frequency.
All pole mounted fixture optics shall be field rotatable. Orient optics as
designated by arrows on the site lighting plan.
E.
Enclosure: ANSI/NEMA MG 1; open drip proof.
6.
Oil pressure.
F.
Voltage Regulation: Include generator-mounted volts per Hertz exciter-regulator
to match engine and generator characteristics, with voltage regulation +/- one
percent from no load to full load. Include manual controls to adjust voltage drop
+/- 5 percent voltage level, and voltage gain.
Refer to Concrete Pole Light Detail for wind load requirements.
1.02 Related Work
A.
Section 16622
Packaged Engine Generator System.
1.03 References
A.
Verify that surfaces are ready to receive work.
B.
Verify field measurements are as shown on drawings.
C.
Verify that required utilities are available, in proper location, and ready for use.
D.
Beginning of installation means acceptance of existing conditions.
3.02
GROUNDING:
A.
2.04
B.
NEMA ICS 1--General Standards for Industrial Control and Systems.
3.02
NEMA ICS 2--Standards for Industrial Control Devices, Controllers, and
Assemblies.
C.
NEMA ICS 6--Enclosures for Industrial Controls and Systems.
D.
NFPA-110--Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems.
Installation
SECTION 16622
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
PACKAGED ENGINE GENERATOR SYSTEMS
PART 1 GENERAL
***END OF SECTION***
Manufacturer: Company specializing in automatic transfer equipment with three
(3) years experience.
1.05 Submittals
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
A.
Submit product data under provisions of Section 16010.
B.
Submit product data for transfer switches showing overall dimensions, electrical
connections, electrical ratings, and environmental requirements.
C.
Submit manufacturer's installation instructions under provisions of Section 16010.
1.06 Operation and Maintenance Data
A.
Submit operation and maintenance data under provisions of Section 16010.
B.
Include instructions for operating equipment.
C.
Include instructions for operating equipment under emergency conditions.
D.
Identify operating limits which may result in hazardous or unsafe conditions.
E.
Document ratings of equipment and each major component.
F.
Include routine preventive maintenance and lubrication schedule.
G.
List special tools, maintenance materials, and replacement parts.
Comply with NEC requirements as applicable to wiring types and lengths for
fixture whips. Provide lighting components and fittings that are UL-listed and
labeled.
Russell Electric.
C.
Onan.
D.
Zenith.
E.
Kohler.
F.
Substitutions: Under provisions of Section 16010.
2.02
2.01
MATERIALS
A.
B.
Lighting fixtures shall be the type indicated on Drawings and as specified.
Fixtures of same type shall be of identical make, design, and appearance. Size of
lighting fixtures shall be as specified for the lamp or fixture wattage indicated on
Drawings. Specific manufacturer and model number references are indicated as a
standard of quality and other manufacturers may be supplied provided the
product meets or exceeds the specifications.
Ballasts shall comply with applicable state, federal and industry performance
safety standards including FCC requirements governing electromagnetic and
radio frequency interference, IEEE standards for line voltage transient protection
and harmonic distortion.
C.
When occupancy sensors are controlling fluorescent fixtures, ballasts shall be
programmed rapid start. Instant start is acceptable otherwise.
D.
Ballasts shall comply with 2008 NEC 410.130 (G) requirement for integral
disconnecting means.
E.
3.01
Description: NEMA ICS 2; UL 1008 listed automatic transfer switch.
B.
Configuration: Electrically-operated, mechanically-held transfer switch.
C.
Transition:
1.
2.03
Poles: Provide 3-pole transfer switch.
2.04
Automatic Sequence of Operation
A.
Clean work under provisions of Section 16010.
Vent stack
B.
Exhaust Silencer and Fittings.
B.
Clean engine and generator surfaces. Replace oil and fuel filters.
4.
Emergency vent
C.
Battery and Charger.
5.
Fuel level gauge with 25% low fuel alarm
D.
Weatherproof Enclosure.
6.
7-gallon overflow containment provision
7.
Leak gauge
A.
Provide systems demonstration under provisions of Section 16010.
8.
Leak alarm
B.
Simulate power outage by interrupting normal source, and demonstrate that
system operates to provide stand-by power.
A.
ANSI/NEMA 250--Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum).
B.
ANSI/NEMA MG 1--Motors and Generators.
C.
NFPA 70--National Electrical Code.
D.
NFPA 110--Emergency and Stand-by Power Systems.
E.
ANSI/NEMA AB 1--Molded Case Circuit Breakers.
F.
EPA Tier rating is required based on unit KW and date in service.
G.
UL 2200 listing is required.
A.
Engine generator system to provide source of stand-by power.
B.
Operation: In accordance with ANSI/NFPA 70 and 110.
1.05 Submittals
A.
Submit shop drawings and product data under provisions of Section 16010.
B.
Submit shop drawings showing plan and elevation views with overall and
interconnection point dimensions.
C.
Submit manufacturer's data, including sound reduction test data, on
weatherproof sound attenuated enclosure.
2.05
Alternate System Exerciser: Transfer load to alternate source during engine
exercise period.
Enclosure
A.
2.06
Recessed fixtures shall fit snugly against ceilings to prevent light leakage.
E.
Light fixtures and associated wiring shall be installed in accordance with NEC
Article 410.
F.
Where supported via threaded means, all nuts shall be double nutted with
lock-washers.
A.
Indicating Lights: Mount in cover of enclosure to indicate NORMAL SOURCE
AVAILABLE, ALTERNATE SOURCE AVAILABLE, and SWITCH POSITION.
F.
1.06 Project Record Document
Line Circuit Breaker: NEMA AB 1 molded case circuit breaker on generator
output with integral thermal and instantaneous magnetic trip in each pole;
number and rating as indicated. Include battery-voltage operated shunt trip,
connection to open circuit breaker on engine failure. Mount unit in enclosure to
meet ANSI/NEMA 250, Type 1 requirements.
Engine-Generator Control Panel: ANSI/NEMA 250, Type 1 generator mounted
control panel enclosure with engine and generator controls and indicators.
Include provisions for the following equipment and features:
1.
Frequency Meter: 45-65 Hz range, 3-1/2 inch dial.
2.
AC Output Voltmeter: 3-1/2 inch dial, 2 percent accuracy, with phase
selector switch.
3.
AC Output Ammeter: 3-1/2 inch dial, 2 percent accuracy, with phase
selector switch.
1.07 Delivery, Storage, and Handling
2.06
A.
Deliver products to site under provisions of Section 16010.
B.
Store and protect products under provisions of Section 16010.
A.
C.
Accept packaged engine generator set and accessories on site in crates and verify
damage.
Enclosure: Reinforced, pre-painted aluminum with access to control panel and
service points.
B.
Silencer mounting provisions.
D.
Protect equipment from dirt and moisture by securely wrapping in heavy plastic.
C.
Fixed inlet and outlet louvers sized as selected by manufacturer.
D.
Interior insulation with perforated lining.
E.
Latches on all accesses doors keyed to match keying of project panel boards and
cabinets.
F.
Enclosure and installation shall be suitable for wind load at project site, refer to
structural for project site wind load condition. Enclosure manufacturer shall have
enclosure certified for wind load by a Florida registered engineer.
2.01
Product Data: Submit manufacturer's data on lighting units, including certified
dimension drawings of components including, but not necessarily limited to,
poles and standards, brackets, hardware and fixtures.
Manufacturers
A.
Cummins.
B.
Caterpillar.
C.
Kohler.
D.
Substitutions: Under provisions of Section 16010.
2.02
B.
Lighting fixtures shall be the type indicated on Drawings and as specified. Specific
manufacturer and model number references are indicated as a standard of quality
and other manufacturers may be supplied provided the product meets or exceeds
the specifications.
B.
Rating: Sufficient to operate at 100 percent load indefinitely at specified elevation
and ambient limits.
3.01
C.
Fuel System: Appropriate for use of diesel fuel.
D.
Engine Speed: 1800 rpm.
A.
E.
Governor: Isochronous type to maintain engine speed within 0.5 percent, steady
state, and 5 percent, no load to full load, with recovery to steady state within 2
seconds following sudden load changes.
Verify that required utilities are available in proper location and ready for use.
F.
Safety Devices: Engine shutdown on high water temperature, low oil pressure,
over-speed, and engine over-crank. Limits as selected by manufacturer.
G.
Engine Starting: DC starting system with positive engagement, number and
voltage of starter motors in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Include
remote starting control circuit, with MANUAL-OFF-REMOTE selector switch on
engine-generator control panel.
Install area lighting units as indicated, in accordance with manufacturer's written
instructions, applicable requirements of NEC standards, and with recognized
industry practices to ensure that lighting units fulfill requirements.
H.
Engine Jacket Heater: Thermal circulation type water heater with integral
thermostatic control, sized to maintain engine jacket water at 90 degrees F (32
degrees C), and suitable for operation on 120 volts AC.
B.
Comply with NEC 300.5 for raceway burial depth.
I.
C.
Light fixtures and associated wiring shall be installed in accordance with NEC
Article 410.
Radiator: Radiator using glycol coolant, with blower type fan, sized to maintain
safe engine temperature in ambient temperature of 110 degrees F (43 degrees C).
Radiator Air Flow Restriction: 0.5 inches of water (9.34 mm of mercury),
maximum.
Poles shall be direct burial concrete with smooth natural finish.
Set poles and standards plumb. Support adequately during backfilling, or
anchoring to foundations.
F.
Provide in-ground junction box set at each pole except the last pole in a run,
Quazite #PG1118BA12 / PG1118HH00 or equivalent for in ground applications.
Top flush with finished grade.
B.
Test Switch: Mount in cover of enclosure to simulate failure of normal source.
C.
Return to Normal Switch: Mount in cover of enclosure to initiate manual transfer
from alternate to normal source.
D.
Transfer Switch Auxiliary Contacts: Two (2) normally open; two (2) normally
closed.
G.
E.
Normal Source Monitor: Monitor each line of normal source voltage and
frequency; initiate transfer when voltage drops below 85 percent or frequency
varies more than 3 Hertz from rated nominal value.
Provide sufficient space encompassing hand access and cable entrance holes for
installation of underground cabling.
H.
Provide Bussman HEB fuseholder (or Littlefuse LEB-XX-S) with "breakaway"
receptacles in all conductors running to the top of each pole. Locate fuseholder at
Manufacture in accordance with the requirements of Weatherproof Enclosures
above and the following: Provide sound attenuation package including radiator
discharge vertical plenum to reduce sound pressure level to maximum 70 dBA at
7 meters.
PART 3 EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
E.
A.
Type: Water-cooled in-line or V-type, four stroke cycle, internal combustion
engine.
Provide lamps with lighting fixtures. Lamps shall be as manufactured by General
Electric, Philips, Venture, or Sylvania.
D.
Weatherproof Sound Attenuated Enclosure
A.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
A.
2.07
Engine
MANUFACTURER
A.
Weatherproof Enclosure
A.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
SUBMITTALS
Enclosure: ICS 6; Type 1. NEMA 3R
Accessories
Battery Charger: Current limiting type designed to float at 2.17 volts per cell and
equalize at 2.33 volts per cell. Include overload protection, full wave rectifier, DC
voltmeter and ammeter, and 120 volts AC fused input. Provide wall-mounted
enclosure to meet ANSI/NEMA 250, Type 1 requirements. Locate in generator
housing.
Remote Annunciator: Flush mounted with pre-alarm and alarm warning lights
and buzzer as required by NFPA 110.
PART 1 - GENERAL
3.01
1.01
D.
H.
2.01
I.
Battery Tray: Plastic coated metal or wooden tray treated for electrolyte
resistance, constructed to contain spillage of electrolyte.
Accurately record location of engine generator and mechanical and electrical
connections.
Time Delay Before Transfer to Alternate Power Source: 0 to 60 seconds,
adjustable, set at 3 seconds.
Engine Exerciser: Start engine every 30 days; run for 30 minutes before shutting
down. Bypass exerciser control if normal source fails during exercising period.
C.
B.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
H.
PART 1 - GENERAL
Support recessed fixtures in ceilings as follows: Fixtures shall be independently
supported from structure above using (2) #12 ceiling tie-wires per fixture at
diagonal corners.
D.
J.
Engine Accessories: Fuel filter, lube oil filter, intake air filter, lube oil cooler, fuel
transfer pump, fuel priming pump, gear-driven water pump. Include fuel
pressure gauge, water temperature gage, and lube oil pressure gage on
engine-generator control panel.
K.
Mounting: Provide unit with suitable spring-type vibration isolators and mount
on structural steel base.
Examination
B.
3.02
SECTION 16741
TELEPHONE AND DATA SYSTEM
Batteries: Heavy duty, diesel starting type lead-acid storage batteries, 210
ampere-hours minimum capacity. Match battery voltage to starting system.
Include necessary cables and clamps.
C.
Initiate Transfer Load to Alternate Source: Upon initiation by normal source
monitor and permission by alternate source monitor.
Time Delay Before Engine Shut Down: 0 to 30 minutes, adjustable, set at 5
minutes, of unloaded operation.
Demonstration
Exhaust Silencer: Residential type silencer, with muffler companion flanges and
flexible stainless steel exhaust fitting, suitable for horizontal orientation, sized in
accordance with engine manufacturer's instructions.
Remote Emergency Stop Button: Weather-proof, red mushroom with clear
lift-type cover, NFPA 110 (Level 1 or Level 2).
SECTION 16551
Initiate Retransfer Load to Normal Source: Upon permission by normal source
monitor.
B.
E.
***END OF SECTION***
1.01
A.
G.
C.
G.
3.07
Accessories
Submit record documents under provisions of Section 16010.
Time Delay to Start Alternate Source Engine Generator: 0 to 60 seconds,
adjustable, set at 2 seconds.
Time Delay Before Transfer to Normal Power: 0 to 60 seconds, adjustable, set at 3
seconds; bypass time delay in event of alternate source failure.
2.05
A.
B.
F.
Automatic Transfer Switches.
Replace defective lamps and ballasts.
Initiate Time Delay to Start Alternate Source Engine Generator: Upon initiation
by normal source monitor.
E.
Section 16495
B.
A.
D.
Cleaning
3.
Clean surfaces of dirt, cement, plaster and debris. Furnish cleansers compatible
with material surfaces being cleaned.
EXTERIOR AREA LIGHTING
B.
90% fill alarm
A.
Ratings
Ratings: NEMA ICS 2; as scheduled on drawings.
1.
95% fill shut-off (fill limiter)
1.04 System Description
Provide lamps with lighting fixtures. Lamps shall be as manufactured by General
Electric, Philips, Venture, or Sylvania.
Transfer switches serving non-emergency loads which are feed by
generators that also feed emergency loads shall be programmed transition.
A.
Adjust generator output voltage and engine speed.
Provide tank accessories as follows:
2.
INSTALLATION
Automatic Transfer Switch
A.
B.
D.
Packaged Engine Generator System.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
B.
Adjust work under provisions of Section 16010.
Provide on-board remote day-tank and all associated fuel pumps and piping.
Adjusting
A.
A.
Manufacturers
ASCO.
A.
C.
3.05
3.06
1.03 References
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
Conform to NFPA 110 - Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems.
A.
Fill tank with #2 diesel fuel to 90% capacity after completion of required load
testing.
*** END OF SECTION ***
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01
B.
1.02 Related Sections
1.07 Regulatory Requirements
A.
Provide Florida DEP approved UL 142 listed, double wall, skid base of sufficient
capacity to provide for 24 hours of operation at 100% rated KW.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Prepare, start, test, and adjust systems under provisions of Section 16010.
A.
SECTION 16500
INTERIOR LIGHTING
A.
Diesel Fuel Tank
1.01 Section Includes
1.04 Quality Assurance
Test alarm and shutdown circuits by simulating conditions.
Manufacturer's Field Services
A.
***END OF SECTION***
A.
E.
3.04
Provide equipment-grounding connections for each lighting unit installation.
DATE
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Comply with applicable requirements of NEMA and UL standards. Provide
products and components that have been UL listed and labeled.
PART 2 - EXECUTION
2.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Use long sweep rigid 90-degree elbows on telephone service entrance conduits.
B.
Provide (1) 4" conduit from utility demarcation point on new modular building to
utility point of presence at property line.
C.
Provide a #4 Green copper ground from each ground bar to main telephone
systems ground or to building grounding electrode system.
D.
Provide a pull string in all conduits.
***END OF SECTION***
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH
REVISIONS
Generator
1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
Remote Transfer Switch: Alarm and indication panel in building per NFPA 110
and Local Code.
2.03
HCSO
G.
SECTION 16495
hand hole or in base junction box as applicable. Provide KTK fuses in each phase
conductor, sized 1.5 times maximum full load current of ballasts served by each
conductor. Do not exceed rating of circuit overcurrent protective device. Provide
fuse blanks in neutral conductors. Make up all other splices in pole or pole base
using Scotchcast 400 Resin for watertight connection.
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
In-Phase Monitor: Inhibit transfer until source and load are within 5 electrical
degrees.
Verify that surfaces are ready to receive work and field dimensions are as shown
on Drawings.
Beginning of installation means installer accepts existing conditions.
Installation
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
CSY
DRAWN BY:
3.03
Field Quality Control
MDO
REVIEWED BY:
A.
Field inspection and testing will be performed under provisions of Section 16010.
B.
Prior to energizing, check circuit breaker and automatic transfer switch for
phase-to-phase, phase-to-neutral, and phase-to-ground insulation resistance levels
to insure system insulation levels are in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations. Use 500 volt tester for 208 volt and 240 volt applications; 1000
volt tester for 480 volt applications. If resistance levels are low, take corrective
measures as necessary including but not limited to replacement of all materials as
required.
C.
D.
Provide full load test utilizing portable test bank for four hours minimum.
Simulate power failure including operation of transfer switch, automatic starting
cycle, and automatic shutdown, and return to normal. Generator Manufacturer to
provide load bank test.
During test, record the following at 20 minute intervals:
03-18-13
DATE:
SHEET NAME
SPECIFICATIONS
PERMIT SET
F.
SHEET NUMBER
E0-2
NO
REVISIONS
DATE
ELECTRICAL LEGEND
MOUNTING
CEILING LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
CEILING LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE, ABOVE COUNTER. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
44" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL WASH LIGHT FIXTURE. ARROW INDICATES WASH DIRECTION.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE, ONE-HALF SWITCHED. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL BRACKET LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE, FLOOR OR POKE-THRU. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
FLUSH IN FLOOR UON.
WALL BRACKET LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DOUBLE DUPLEX RECEPTACLE. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL BRACKET LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DOUBLE DUPLEX RECEPTACLE, ABOVE COUNTER. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
44" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL BRACKET LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
SIMPLEX RECEPTACLE. SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL MOUNTED SCONCE LIGHT FIXTURE
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
CLOCK OUTLET
84" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
WALL MOUNTED SCONCE LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER
BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
SPECIAL RECEPTACLE. NEMA CONFIGURATION AS NOTED.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
1' X 1' LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
MULTI-OUTLET SURFACE RACEWAY WITH NEMA 5-15R SIMPLEX
RECEPTACLES AT 12" CENTERS UON.
44" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
1' X 1' LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
208Y/120V OR 240/120V PANELBOARD.
78" AFF TO TOP.
2' X 2' LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
277Y/480V PANELBOARD.
78" AFF TO TOP.
2' X 2' LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DISCONNECT SWITCH.
NEMA/AMPS/POLE/FUSE/VOLTAGE. PROVIDE NEMA 1, 600V UON.
AS NOTED.
2' X 4' LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
MOTOR STARTER.
AS NOTED.
2' X 4' LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
COMBINATION MOTOR STARTER/DISCONNECT SWITCH.
NEMA/AMPS/POLE/FUSE/VOLTAGE. PROVIDE NEMA 1, 600V UON.
AS NOTED.
SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
ELECTRIC DUCT HEATER.
BY OTHERS.
SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER
BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
MOTOR CONNECTION OR EXHAUST FAN.
BY OTHERS.
WALL MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
POWER POLE WITH POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS RACEWAY
PROVISIONS AS NOTED.
AS NOTED.
WALL MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
COMMUNICATIONS/DATA OUTLET.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
FLUORESCENT STRIP LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
COMMUNICATIONS/DATA OUTLET, FLOOR OR POKE-THRU.
FLUSH IN FLOOR UON.
FLUORESCENT STRIP LIGHT FIXTURE WITH EMERGENCY POWER
BACKUP.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
COMBINATION COMMUNICATIONS/DATA AND DUPLEX RECEPTACLE
OUTLET, FLOOR BOX.
FLUSH IN FLOOR UON.
FLOOD LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
COMBINATION COMMUNICATIONS/DATA AND QUAD RECEPTACLE
OUTLET, FIRE RATED POKE-THRU.
FLUSH IN FLOOR UON.
TRACK LIGHT FIXTURE (STRAIGHT).
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
PD
FURNITURE SYSTEM BASE FEED (POWER AND DATA), REFER TO NOTES
AND SPECIFICATIONS.
AS NOTED.
TRACK LIGHT FIXTURE (CURVED).
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
TV
CABLE TV OUTLET.
18" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
PENDANT MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
CR
SECURITY SYSTEM CARD READER OUTLET.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
ACCENT LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
SECURITY SYSTEM CLOSED CIRCUIT TV CAMERA.
AS NOTED.
CEILING FAN.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FACP
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL.
78" AFF TO TOP.
SINGLE-FACE CEILING MOUNTED EXIT SIGN WITH AIMING ARROWS AS
INDICATED. FILL REPRESENTS READABLE FACE DIRECTION.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FAAP
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR PANEL.
66" AFF TO TOP.
TWO-FACE CEILING MOUNTED EXIT SIGN WITH AIMING ARROWS AS
INDICATED. FILL REPRESENTS READABLE FACE DIRECTION.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM SMOKE DETECTOR.
CEILING UON.
WALL MOUNTED EXIT SIGN WITH AIMING ARROWS AS INDICATED.
FILL REPRESENTS READABLE FACE DIRECTION.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM DUCT TYPE SMOKE DETECTOR.
IN SUPPLY DUCT > 2,000 CFM
IN RETURN DUCT > 15,000 CFM
WALL MOUNTED EMERGENCY BATTERY PACK LIGHT FIXTURE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
DUCT SMOKE DETECTOR REMOTE TEST STATION.
66" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
COMBINATION EMERGENCY BATTERY LIGHT AND EXIT SIGN WITH
AIMING ARROWS AS INDICATED. FILL REPRESENTS READABLE FACE.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HEAT DETECTOR.
CEILING UON.
POLE MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE, ARROW INDICATES OPTICS AIMING.
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM PULL STATION.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
S
SINGLE-POLE TOGGLE OR AUTOMATIC SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
T
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TAMPER SWITCH.
FIELD COORDINATE.
S2
TWO-POLE TOGGLE SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
F
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FLOW SWITCH.
FIELD COORDINATE.
S3
THREE-WAY TOGGLE OR AUTOMATIC SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
R
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM RELAY CONTROL MODULE.
FIELD COORDINATE.
S4
FOUR-WAY TOGGLE OR AUTOMATIC SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
M
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM MONITORING MODULE.
FIELD COORDINATE.
SO
OCCUPANCY SENSOR SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
D
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM MAGNETIC DOOR HOLDER.
ON WALL 6" BELOW TOP OF
DOOR.
SM
MOMENTARY CONTACT TOGGLE SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HORN.
80" AFF TO BOTTOM.
ST
TIMER SWITCH.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM STROBE, 75 CANDELA UON.
80" AFF TO BOTTOM.
D600
DIMMER SWITCH. PROVIDE WATTAGE RATING INDICATED.
F DENOTES FLUORESCENT DIMMER.
48" AFF TO CENTERLINE UON.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HORN/STROBE, 75 CANDELA UON.
80" AFF TO BOTTOM.
OS
CEILING MOUNTED OCCUPANCY SENSOR SWITCH.
CEILING UON.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM CEILING MOUNTED HORN/STROBE, 75 CANDELA
UON. 30' MAX MOUNTING HEIGHT.
SURFACE ON CEILING.
JUNCTION BOX OR OUTLET BOX.
AS NOTED.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM MINI-HORN.
80" AFF TO BOTTOM.
GROUND ROD.
AS NOTED.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM BELL.
96" AFF TO TOP UON.
CONDUIT CONCEALED IN WALL OR ABOVE CEILING.
SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
CONDUIT CONCEALED IN SLAB OR UNDERGROUND.
SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
PHASE, NEUTRAL, EQUIPMENT GROUND, AND ISOLATED GROUND.
ALL HOMERUNS SHALL BE MINIMUM 1/2" CONDUIT WITH 3 #12, UON.
CONDUIT EXPOSED ON WALL OR CEILING.
SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
REFER TO KEYED NOTES.
J
AFF
AFG
ATS
BFG
C
CLG
DN
E
EC
EG
EXP
EWC
EWH
FTL
GEC
GFI
J
P
S
ABBREVIATIONS
ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR.
ABOVE FINISHED GRADE.
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH.
BELOW FINISH GRADE.
CONDUIT.
CEILING MOUNTED.
CONDUIT DOWN.
EXISTING.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR.
EQUIPMENT GROUND.
EXPLOSION PROOF.
ELECTRIC WATER COOLER.
ELECTRIC WATER HEATER.
FEED THRU LUGS (FEED DOWNSTREAM SECTION WITH IDENTICAL FEEDER AS PREVIOUS SECTION)
GROUNDING ELECTRODE CONDUCTOR.
GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER (BREAKER) / GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRRUPTER (RECEPTACLE).
RT
M
UP
HID
HP
IG
LCP
LSIG
N
NEUT
NF
NL
NP
OFCI
PNL
RE
UON
UPS
WP
XFMR
DN
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
DESCRIPTION
1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
SYMBOL
HCSO
MOUNTING
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
DESCRIPTION
CONDUIT RUN UP OR DOWN AS NOTED.
ABBREVIATIONS
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE.
HORSEPOWER.
ISOLATED GROUND.
LIGHTING CONTROL PANEL
LONG, SHORT, INSTANTANEOUS & GROUND FAULT TRIP SETTINGS (ALL ADJUSTABLE).
NEW.
NEUTRAL.
NON-FUSED.
NIGHT LIGHT.
NAMEPLATE.
OWNER FURNISHED, CONTRACTOR INSTALLED.
PANEL.
RELOCATED.
UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY.
WEATHERPROOF.
TRANSFORMER
CSY
DRAWN BY:
MDO
REVIEWED BY:
03-18-13
DATE:
SHEET NAME
LEGEND
PERMIT SET
SYMBOL
SHEET NUMBER
E0-3
NO
NOTES
EXISTING TECO POLE WITH TRANSFORMER BANK, SINGLE PHASE
120/240 VOLTS.
2.
EXISTING OVERHEAD SERVICE LATERAL TO BE REMOVED BY TECO.
3.
EXISTING METER TO BE REMOVED.
4.
EXISTING SINGLE PHASE 120/240 VOLT, 225 AMP PANEL,
GENERATOR OUTLET AND TIMECLOCK TO BE REMOVED.
5.
EXISTING LIGHT POLE TO BE REMOVED.
6.
EXISTING CIRCUITS FEEDING SHED TO BE REMOVED (2 FEEDERS).
7.
EXISTING FLAG POLE LIGHTS (1 QUARTZ, 1 METAL HALIDE) TO BE
REMOVED.
8.
EXISTING BOAT CANOPY LIGHTS TO BE REMOVED.
9.
EXISTING OUTLET AND SWITCH TO BE REMOVED; SEE SHEET ES3
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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REVISIONS
DATE
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ELECTRICAL SITE DEMOLITION PLAN
SCALE: 1"=20'-0"
NORTH
PERMIT SET
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12. EXISTING JUNCTION BOX TO BE REMOVED.
HCSO
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11. EXISTING CONDUIT AND WIRE TO BE REMOVED.
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
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10. EXISTING JUNCTION BOX FOR SEPTIC TANK MONITOR TO BE
REMOVED.
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SITE DEMO
PLAN
SHEET NUMBER
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BASE BID:
INTERRUPT EXISTING BRANCH FEEDERS TO
DOCK NEAR NEW SERVICE LOCATION,
EXTEND CONDUIT AND CABLE TO NEW
PANEL EM. PROVIDE NEW CIRCUIT
BREAKERS TO MATCH EXISTING AND
CONNECT.
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PROVIDE DEMOTION WORK
AS SHOWN.
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ENLARGED DEMO DOCK AREA
SCALE: 1/8"=1,-0"
NORTH
NOTES
EXISTING JUNCTION BOX MOUNTED TO SIDE OF DECK TO BE
REMOVED.
2.
EXISTING HOMERUN AND FEEDERS TO EXISTING PANEL TO
BE REMOVED.
3.
EXISTING JUNCTION BOX MOUNTED TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK
TO BE REMOVED.
4.
REMOVE EXISTING CONDUIT AND FEEDERS.
5.
EXISTING FLOOD LIGHT AND POLE TO BE REMOVED.
6.
EXISTING WEATHERPROOF SURFACE MOUNTED
RECEPTACLE TO BE REMOVED.
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8.
EXISTING CONDUIT AND FEEDERS RUN BELOW WATER TO
LIFT TO REMAIN.
9.
EXISTING LIFT CONTROL STATION TO REMAIN.
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03-18-13
DATE:
11. EXISTING CONTROL FEEDER AND CONDUIT FROM LIFT
CONTROLLER TO LIFT TO REMAIN.
SHEET NAME
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SCALE: NONE
NORTH
PERMIT SET
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THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
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ENLARGED
ELECT DEMO
DOCK AREA
SHEET NUMBER
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DATE
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NOTES
NEW CT CABINET, SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
5.
NEW DISTRIBUTION PANEL 'MDP', SEE RISER DIAGRAM FORM ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.
6.
NEW AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH 'ATS', SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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8.
9.
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NEW HOUSE PANEL 'HP', SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.
18
(TYP OF 4)
C
GFI
WP
GFI
WP
5
30
25
S1
HP-9
CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE STAINLESS STEEL UNISTRUT SUPPORT FRAME FOR
NEW ELECTRICAL SERVICE EQUIPMENT.
28
EM-5,7
GFI
WP
GFI
WP
C
HP-13
HP-7
NEW STAND-BY GENERATOR, SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL
EM-28,30
10. NEW EMERGENCY PANEL 'EM', SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.
GFI
WP
10' BUFFER (TYP) 32
SPACE ON
EACH SIDE
OF EXISTING
42" RCP
C
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5 FUTURE
13
S1REMOVABLE
CONNECTING
WOOD DECK
BRIDGE
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11. PANEL PROVIDED WITH MODULAR UNIT, SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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12. ENCLOSED CIRCUIT BREAKER FOR STAND-BY WIRING TO SELECT LIGHTING
IN MODULAR UNIT, SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
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13. PROVIDE #4 BONDING JUMPER BETWEEN SECTIONS OF MODULAR UNIT
BONDED TO FRAMES.
Existing
Storm water
Junction Box
(No Grate)
CANOPY LIGHTS
ALTERNATE #1
REPLACE LIGHTS
AS SHOWN.
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INCLUDE UG
CONDUITS
IN BASE BID
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WP ENCLOSURE.
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17. PROVIDE NEW HOMERUN TO PANEL AS INDICATED, AND RECIRCUIT
EXISTING RECEPTACLES AND LIGHTS AS REQUIRED.
18. RECEPTACLE SURFACE MOUNTED TO CANOPY STRUCTURE ABOVE.
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23. RUN VIA PHOTOCELL.
FLAG POLE
5
F
6
HP-1
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20. VERIFY WITH HCSO IF FIXTURE AIMED AT RAMP IS TO BE OMITTED.
21. PROVIDE NEW BRANCH FEEDERS TO RELOCATED PORCH, COORDINATE
ACTUAL LOCATION WITH OWNER.
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24. VERIFY WITH HCSO IF FIXTURE IS TO BE OMITTED.
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25. PROVIDE NEW MARINE GRADE JUNCTION BOX WITH WEATHERPROOF COVER
AND NEW RECEPTACLE AS SHOWN FOR MISC. EQUIPMENT CHARGING
STATION.
26. NOT USED.
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28. USE #8, 3/4" C FOR ENTIRE CIRCUIT.
20
ALTERNATE #4
INCLUDE UG
CONDUITS IN
BASE BID
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WALK
BASE BID
19. NEW FLAG POLE FLOOD LIGHTS, FIELD VERIFY EXACT LOCATION OF FLAG
POLE.
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30. RECIRCUIT TO EXISTING TRAILER LIGHTS.
31.
BUILDING LOCATION AND AT PROPERTY LINE, VERIFY EXACT LOCATIONS
WITH TELEPHONE COMPANY.
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ALL 120V CIRCUIT LENGTHS GREATER THAN 100 FT SHALL BE INCREASED TO
#10 AWG AND TO # 8 AWG WHEN GREATER THAN 160 FT. INCREASE
CONDUIT SIZE FOR 40% FILL.
Temporary Benchmark
1
ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN
SCALE: 1/16" - 1' - 0"
NORTH
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VOLTAGE DROP IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA ENERGY CONSERVATION
CODE 505.7.3 HAS BEEN TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT FOR THIS PROJECT.
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WHERE A SHARED NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR IS USED FOR MULTIPLE BRANCH
CIRCUITS, CONTRACTOR SHALL GROUP CIRCUITS TOGETHER IN PANEL AND
PROVIDE A MANUFACTURER FURNISHED HANDLE-TIE TO SIMULTANEOUSLY
TRIP ALL OF THE CIRCUITS SHARING THE NEUTRAL.
MDO
REVIEWED BY:
4"
03-18-13
DATE:
SHEET NAME
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TAMPA,FLORIDA
NEW CT METER, SEE RISER DIAGRAM FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
HCSO
3.
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
NEW TECO UNDERGROUND SERVICE LATERAL.
1
KEY PLAN-AREA-B
SCALE: NONE
NORTH
PERMIT SET
2.
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SITE PLAN
SHEET NUMBER
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EM-9,11,
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EM-6,8,
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PROVIDE ALL CONDUITS
SERVICING DOCK
6
(TYP) 1
CONDUIT OR APPROVED CABLE
DATE
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TORQUE BRONZE NUT TO 150 IN. LBS.
FOAMING SILICONE SEALENT AT WIRE ENTRY/EXIT
REVISIONS
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BUSS BAR WITH STUD LUG COMPRESSION TERMINAL
NO
ALTERNATE #3:
PROVIDE NEW BRANCH
FEEDERS TO DOCK AND ALL
NEW DOCK WORK AS SHOWN
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DOCK PEDESTAL WIRING DETAIL
SCALE: NONE
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1.
DOCK PEDESTAL PROVIDED BY OWNER INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR, SEE SCHEDULE ON THIS SHEET FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
2.
UL LISTED, MARINE GRADE EXPANSION JOINT AS MANUFACTURED BY SCEPTOR (IPEXAMERICA) OR EQUAL,
SECURELY FASTEN TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK STRUCTURE.
3.
NEW UL LISTED, MARINE GRADE JUNCTION BOX AS MANUFACTURED BY SCEPTOR (IPEXAMERICA) OR
EQUAL, SECURELY FASTEN TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK STRUCTURE.
4.
ALL CONDUIT AND FITTINGS TO BE FROM SAME MANUFACTURER.
5.
EXISTING GE LOAD CENTER TPL412R (NEMA 3R) TO REMAIN, REPLACE EXISTING 30A., 2P CIRCUIT BREAKER
WITH NEW 50A. 2P CIRCUIT BREAKER.
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7.
(2) #8, (1) #8N, (1) #10EG, 3/4"C.
8.
CONDUITS TO BE LOOSELY MOUNTED TO ALLOW FOR DOCK MOVEMENT, SEE MANUFACTURERS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE WITH EXPANSION JOINTS.
9.
13
D1
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WIRE DOCK PEDESTAL IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTION. EACH PEDESTAL TO BE
WIRED VIA FEED THROUGH LUG TERMINAL (SEE DETAIL ON THIS SHEET). EACH PEDESTAL IS PROVIDED
WITH EITHER PRE-INSTALLED OVERCURRENT PROTECTION OR FUSING ON THE SECONDARY SIDE OF THE
TERMINAL LUG.
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10. (2) #3, (1) #3N, #8EG (PEDESTAL POWER); (2) #10, (1) #10N, (1) #10EG (DOCK FLOOD LIGHT & FUTURE
11. (2) #3, (1) #3N, #8EG (PEDESTAL POWER); (1) #10 (FLOOD LIGHT SWITCH LEG) (1) #10 (FUTURE UNDERWATER
310-15(B)(2)(a).
12.
(CALCULATED FOR VOLTAGE DROP AND DERATING PER NEC 310-15(B)(2)(a).
13. JUNCTION BOX FOR FUTURE LED UNDERWATER LANDING LIGHTS, COORDINATE ACTUAL LOCATION WITH
OWNER.
TRUNNION
BRACKET
SURFACE MTD
TO PYLON
14. EXISTING WIRING FROM PANEL TO LIFT CONTROLLER AND FROM LIFT CONTROLLER TO LIFT MOTORS TO
REMAIN.
MARINE GRADE
SURFACE MTD
JUNCTION BOX
GENERAL NOTES
ALL 120V CIRCUIT LENGTHS GREATER THAN 100 FT SHALL BE INCREASED TO #10 AWG AND TO # 8 AWG
WHEN GREATER THAN 160 FT. INCREASE CONDUIT SIZE FOR 40% FILL.
5.
NEC ARTICLE 555 TO BE STRICTLY ADHERE TO FOR ALL DOCK ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS.
3
DOCK FLOOD LIGHT MOUNTING DETAIL
SCALE: NONE
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INTO ACCOUNT FOR THIS PROJECT.
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Junction Box
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REVIEWED BY:
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WHERE A SHARED NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR IS USED FOR MULTIPLE BRANCH CIRCUITS, CONTRACTOR SHALL
GROUP CIRCUITS TOGETHER IN PANEL AND PROVIDE A MANUFACTURER FURNISHED HANDLE-TIE TO
SIMULTANEOUSLY TRIP ALL OF THE CIRCUITS SHARING THE NEUTRAL.
MARINE GRADE
CONDUIT SURFACE
MOUNTED TO
PYLON
Wood Pilings
03-18-13
DATE:
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ALTERNATE #3 AS NOTED
ABOVE
12" WET LOCATION CORD
PROVIDED WITH FIXTURE
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WORKING CLEARANCE SHALL BE AFFORDED TO ALL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC
110.26.
NORTH
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SCALE: 1/8"=1,-0"
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1
LED FLOOD LIGHT
FIXTURE TYPE 'D1'
SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE
ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN
ENLARGED DOCK AREA
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
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1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
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OUTGOING CONDUIT OR
APPROVED CABLE
SHEET NAME
FIREHOUSE
LIGHTHOUSE
HATTERAS
1
KEY PLAN-AREA-A
SCALE: NONE
NORTH
PERMIT SET
INCOMING CONDUIT OR
APPROVED CABLE
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
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ENLARGED
ELECTRICAL
DOCK AREA
SHEET NUMBER
E2-2
NO
REVISIONS
DATE
ALTERNATE #4
20P
4
2
1
7
300P
3
11
10
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2-POLE
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15
15,826 AFC
22,000 AIC
14
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22
13
PANEL
'T-2'
PANEL
'T-3'
PANEL
'T-4'
GENERATOR
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5
PANEL
'T-1'
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PROVIDE CONDUIT
AS IN BASE BID.
FEEDER AND
CONNECTION TO
PANEL IS IN
ALTERNATE #2
EM-18,20,22
600SP
#2/0 CU GEC
8
CONNECT TO ALL METALLIC
COLD WATER PIPES, BUILDING
STEEL, 20' CONTINUOUS REBAR
IN BUILDING FOOTING
(TIE-WIRED TO COLUMN
ANCHOR BOLTS), AND ANY
OTHER AVAILABLE GROUNDING
ELECTRODES.
14
300P
9
10' MIN.
3/4" X 10' COPPER CLAD
GROUND ROD (TYPICAL)
#6 CU IN 3/4"C TO
MAIN TELEPHONE
TERMINAL BOARD
125P
1
POWER RISER DIAGRAM
SCALE: NONE
BASE BID:
1. PROVIDE CONDUIT ONLY TO PANEL LOCATIONS 'T-3'
AND 'T-4'.
NOTES
2. FEED PANEL 'EM' FROM 300A CIRCUIT BREAKER IN
PANEL 'MDP'
1.
PROVIDE NEW TYPE 1 SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICE, 120/240V -1 PHASE
WITH UL 'VZCA' LISTING (APT 'SPDEE' OR EQUIVALENT).
2.
CT METER SOCKET & CT CABINET, PROVIDE IN ACCORDANCE WITH TECO
ALTERNATE #2
3. FEED PANELS 'T-3' AND 'T-4' AS SHOWN IN POWER
RISER DIAGRAM.
ALTERNATE #4
EXTEND #4 CU GROUND FROM METER TO GROUNDING ELECTRODE
SYSTEM.
3.
60 KW / 75 KVA, OPTIONAL, STANDBY, CLASS 24, TYPE 10, LEVEL 2,
120/240V 1 PHASE, DIESEL GENERATOR WITH SKID BASE FUEL TANK.
STANDBY GENERATOR IS NOT A SEPARATELY DERIVED SYSTEM, REMOVE
NEUTRAL/GROUND BOND. PROVIDE WITH FULLY RATED 300A. CIRCUIT
BREAKER.
4.
A SIGN SHALL BE PLACED AT THE SERVICE-ENTRANCE EQUIPMENT THAT
INDICATES THE TYPE AND LOCATION OF ON-SITE OPTIONAL STANDBY
POWER SOURCES.
5.
PROVIDE NEUTRAL/GROUND BOND AT MAIN SERVICE PANEL 'MDP'.
6.
LIGHT SWITCH AND RECEPTACLE.
7.
GENERATOR LIGHT; SEE FIXTURE SCHEDULE FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.
8.
(2) #12, 1/2"C FOR GENERATOR START CIRCUIT.
4. PROVIDE ATS AND GENERATOR AS SHOWN IN
POWER RISER DIAGRAM.
9.
10. REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR TO BE LOCATED IN NEW MODULAR BUILDING,
VERIFY FINAL LOCATION WITH OWNER.
11. REMOTE EMERGENCY OFF PUSHBUTTON, PROVIDE WEATHERPROOF
12. (2) #18, 1/2"C TO REMOTE EMERGENCY POWER OFF (EPO) PUSHBUTTON.
13. EXTEND #2/0 FROM GENERATOR FRAME TO DRIVEN GROUND ROD.
EXTEND GROUNDING ELECTRODE CONDUCTOR TO ALTERNATOR-TO
FRAME STRAP AND PROVIDE LUGS AS REQUIRED. DISCONNECT FACTORY
NEUTRAL TO GROUND BOND AND LEAVE CONNECTED AT BOTH ENDS TO
ONE GROUND STUD AT GROUND ASSEMBLY ON TOP OR ALTERNATOR.
TERMINATE FEEDER EQUIPMENT GROUNDS TO SPARE STUDS, PROVIDE
LUGS AS REQUIRED. PROVIDE LUGS FOR NEUTRAL CONDUCTORS
TERMINATING ON FACTORY NEUTRAL BAR.
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
(N)
PANEL
'EM'
(N)
PANEL
'HP'
1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
(N)
300A
ATS
HCSO
(N)
PANEL
'MDP'
600A
M.C.B
120/240V
14. 20A., 1P ENCLOSED CIRCUIT BREAKER IN NEMA 4X ENCLOUSRE MOUNTED
ADJACENT TO PANEL, INTERRUPT TRAILER LIGHTING CIRCUIT AT PANEL
(COORDINATE WHICH LIGHTING CIRCUIT WITH OWNER) AND REROUTE
TO CIRCUIT BREAKER AS REQUIRED. MAKE FINAL CONNECTIONS TO
EMERGENCY PANEL AS INDICATED.
15. NEW TECO HANDHOLE, SEE SHEET E2-2 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
MDO
REVIEWED BY:
GENERAL NOTES
1.
CSY
DRAWN BY:
03-18-13
DATE:
VOLTAGE DROP IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA ENERGY
CONSERVATION CODE 505.7.3 HAS BEEN TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT FOR THIS
PROJECT.
SHEET NAME
PERMIT SET
CT
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
125P
POWER RISER
DIAGRAM AND
SCHEDULES
SHEET NUMBER
E3-1
NO
REVISIONS
DATE
THREADED
FIXTURE MOUNT
BOND TENON TO GROUND.
LIGHT FIXTURE-TYPE AND VOLTAGE
PER FIXTURE SCHEDULE.
6" MAX.
CONDUCTOR-TYPICAL
SEE PLANS FOR SIZES.
8" MAX.
18"
PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE POLE.
STANCION MOUNT: 3" O.D. x .188" WALL WITH 1/2" N.P.S.M. FIXTURE MOUNT
AND HAND HOLE WITH FLUSH COVER. INTERNAL SET SCREW FIXTURE LOCK
ACCESSIBLE THROUGH HANDHOLE. INTERNAL GROUND LUG SUPPLIED
WITH INSTALLED LEAD.
FINISHED GRADE
2'-6"
24" MIN GRADE
JUNCTION BOX-TOP FLUSH
WITH FINISHED SURFACE.
SEE SPECIFICATIONS.
6'-0"
4'-0"
3/4"PVC (*)
3/4"x10'-0" COPPERWELD GROUND ROD (DRIVEN)
CONDUIT, QUANTITY AND DIRECTION AS REQUIRED.
FACTORY CONDUIT ENTRANCE
1" DIA (TYPICAL).
1-1/2" DIA. FACTORY CONDUIT ENTRANCE
FOR ROUTING OF SURVEILLANCE CAMERA
POWER CONDUCTORS (*).
1
CONCRETE POLE DETAIL
SCALE: NONE
2
FLAG POLE LIGHT MOUNTING DETAIL
SCALE: NONE
MATTHEW OTTO, P.E. 58722
1" DIA. FACTORY ENTRANCE
FOR SURVEILLANCE CAMERA
COAX CABLE (*).
1597 LEHMAN STREET
TAMPA,FLORIDA
HANDHOLE 3"x5"
HCSO
3/4" CONDUIT TO
OTHER LOCATIONS
CSY
DRAWN BY:
MDO
REVIEWED BY:
03-18-13
DATE:
SHEET NAME
PERMIT SET
CONTRACTOR IS TO PROVIDE IN-LINE BALLAST FUSES
IN BUSSMAN 'TRON' WEATHERPROOF FUSE HOLDERS
#HEB-'SERIES' WITH KTK FUSES (SIZE AS REQUIRED)
FUSE EACH LUMINAIRE SEPARATELY.
THESE DRAWINGS AND DESIGNS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE DESIGNER AND ARE NOT TO BE TRACED, COPIED, REPRODUCED, OR REUSED FOR ANY SIMILAR PROJECT WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION
35'-0"
DETAILS AND
SCHEDULES
SHEET NUMBER
E4-1
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