SECTION: 26 51 00 INTERIOR LIGHTING
 
Criteria
  1. Quality Assurance: EP415-1-261, Volume 4
  2. UFGS SECTION 26 51 00 INTERIOR LIGHTING
  3. THE IESNA LIGHTING HANDBOOK
  4. NFPA 101 Life Safety Code 
  5. NFPA 70 National Electrical Code
  6. UFC 3-530-01  Design: Interior and Exterior Lighting
  7. Federal Sustainable Acquisition Items/Requirements
  8. DoD Green Procurement Policy (Aug 27 2004)
  9. DoD Green Procurement Strategy (Nov 2008)
  10. Army Green Procurement Policy (Nov 22 2006)
  11. Federal Acquisition Regulation, Part 23  
  12. Energy Star
  13. FEMP 
  14. EPA Final Guidance on Environmentally Preferable Purchasing
  15. UFC 1-200-2 (High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Requirements)
  16. ASA IE&E Sustainable Design and Development Policy (Jan 17 2017)
  17. 10 CFR 436 Subpart A (Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Energy- and -Water Related Projects)
  18. NIST 135 (Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Energy- and -Water Related Projects)
  19. HJB Form 225 (JBLM Sustainable Acquisition Exception Form)
  20. JBLM 26 51 00 - Interior Lighting
Changes or Criteria Notes to Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS)
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Design Requirements
 
1.   Install LED light only unless direct to use fluorescent or induction.


2.   The Energy Policy Act of 2005 and FAR section 23.2 require federal agencies to purchase energy consuming products that are either Energy Star labeled or Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) qualified unless no qualification exists for the product category.  This requirement includes products such as lighting that fall under this specification.  More information can be found at https://www.energy.gov/eere/femp/search-energy-efficient-products.  Questions may be directed to the JBLM Sustainable Acquisition Program Coordinator (Phone: 253-966-6466, usarmy.jblm.id-readiness.list.dpw-green-procurement1@army.mil).


3.   Comply with energy efficiency requirements in the National Energy Policy Act, UFC 1-200-02, and ASA IE&E SDD Policy.  Per the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (Section 104), items shall meet the applicable Energy Star or FEMP standard in accordance with paragraph Energy Efficient Products in either Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING or 01 57 19.01 20 SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.  Submit documentation for Energy Star or FEMP designated items per the above cited paragraph and section.  Submit data indicating lumens per watt efficiency and color rendition index of light source.
4.   Emergency power exit and means of egress lighting shall be provided from a single source such as lighting inverters (preferred) or generator that meets the requirements of NFPA 101. Battery systems shall incorporate maintenance-free lead-acid or lead-calcium batteries.  
5.   Battery operated emergency lighting equipment shall be computer-base, self-testing/self-diagnostic that automatically perform a minimum 30 second diagnostic test, not less than once every 30 days, and an annual test for a test for a minimum of 1-1/2 hours. Emergency lighting equipment shall be fully operational for the duration of the tests. Status, test history, failures and alarm information shall be stored in memory and retrievable from unit display at all times. Provide provisions for remote alarm indications and condition monitoring. Emergency power sources shall be located in dedicated electrical equipment rooms readily accessible to maintenance personnel independent of building occupants. (i.e., space accessible from exterior of facility).
6.   New emergency lighting inverter installation or replacement shall have raceway installed from inverter to building EEDRS JACE Cabinet for future connection to remote monitoring system.
7.   Lighted exit signs shall be of a type that consume nor more than 3 watts per side. Do not install self-luminous type exit signs.
8.   Install light fixtures in troop areas (i.e., barracks, admin, supply facilities) where they are accessible for maintenance with 8-foot to 12-foot spacing and no higher above floor than is accessible with a 6-foot stepladder. Re-lamping is a self-help responsibility for light fixtures under 12 feet.
9.   All emergency, egress and exit lighting system shall be LED.
Notes to Designers on Drawing Content
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Standard Details
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Underground Service (Transformer Pad Ground Loop & Power Vault Details)
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Applicable Points of Contact
Design Standards