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Lighting Manual Section-1 Roadways, Parking Areas, Tunnels & Underpass Projects Section-2 Parks, Public Realm &

Lighting Manual Section-1 Roadways, Parking Areas, Tunnels & Underpass Projects Section-2 Parks, Public Realm & architectural Lighting Projects

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Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual

Part-1

Roadway, Parking, Tunnel & Underpass Projects

Part-2

Parks & Public Realm Lighting Projects

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual Issue-1: dated 14 th February 2016

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual This Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual supersedes the DMA Lighting Specifications:- 
Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual This Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual supersedes the DMA Lighting Specifications:- 

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual

This Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual supersedes the DMA Lighting Specifications:-

DMA Lighting Specification Roadway/Parking, Tunnels/Underpasses, Lighting Poles & Public Lighting Management System, Revision 01 1 st November 2011

DMA Lighting Specification Parks, Public Realm & Architectural Lighting, Version 0 1 st November 2011

In addition it encompasses and thus also supersedes the ADM Interim Advice Notes:-

Solar Street Lighting Specification 18 th July 2013

Reduced Road Luminance Levels 7 th January 2016

Refer to the back of this document for detailed summary of all revisions and additions.

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual Introduction All use of “ The Department ” within the Abu
Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual Introduction All use of “ The Department ” within the Abu

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual

Introduction

All use of “The Departmentwithin the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual refers to the relevant Municipality; (Abu Dhabi City, Al Ain or Western Region), Department of Transport (DoT) and other Agencies; dependent on the project locality/responsibility/end-owner.

Purpose, Scope & Application of this Document

The primary purpose of this Manual is to establish standards and guidelines for the planning, design and installation of public realm and street lighting within the Abu Dhabi Emirate, in order to provide the correct appropriate public realm lighting adequate and uniform lighting of roads and other travel-ways within the public right-of-way.

This Manual establishes processes which guide the efficient and effective selection and placement of for all public realm lighting requirements and streamlining the design process. The Manual provides appropriate lighting standards for all the different types of public lighting; including roadway facilities, land use characteristics, conflict areas/intersections, bridges, underpass/tunnel lighting, footpaths, cycle-ways, signage/gantry lighting, solar lighting and the various lighting tasks/applications for public realm and parks.

The intended target users for this Manual are planners, consultants, designers, landscape architects, contractors, manufacturers/suppliers and The Departments’ staff responsible for planning, design, approval, operations and maintenance of public lighting facilities.

Content and Format

This Manual is divided into two main Parts with sub-Sections as follows:

Part-1: Roadway, Parking, Tunnel & Underpass Projects

Part-1 Contents Pages

Section E Solar Street Lighting

Section A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Section F Lighting for Gantries & Signage

Section B Lighting for Tunnels & Underpasses

Section G Light Pollution Mitigation

Section C Street Lighting Poles

Section H Project Submission Requirements

Section D Street Lighting Management

Applicable Standards & Guidance References

Part-2: Parks & Public Realm Lighting Projects

Part-2 Contents Pages

Section E Solar & Lighting for Public Realm

Section A Lighting for Parks & Public Realm

Section F Light Pollution Mitigation

Section B Sports Area Use Lighting

Section G Project Submission Requirements

Section C Lighting Poles & Accessories

Applicable Standards & Guidance References

Section D Public Realm Lighting Management

 
Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual How to Use the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual ● Refer to
Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual How to Use the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual ● Refer to

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual

How to Use the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual

● Refer to relevant Part and Section applicable to the specific project as well as the associated overall Section entitled Project Submission Requirements

● Within the project-specific Sections read the Section Explanation for content summary

● Observe the Departments’ Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

Select and propose lighting fixtures fully in compliance with Clauses under LED Luminaires

Note the blue Submission Requirement Clause summaries and the Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook links

● Prepare lighting designs fully in accordance with Project Lighting Design Requirements

● Undertake any required site measurements as per Project Site Verification Requirements

● Cross-refer to the associated overall Part’s Applicable Standards & Guidance References

Policy on Alternative Luminaires to LED

Another equally sustainable lighting technology to LED can be proposed for any Department project, but these must both be only whole-luminaire solutions and also cannot include any filament, fluorescent or discharge lighting technologies, nor any technologies containing mercury, other hazardous substances or any lighting/lamp technologies/materials prohibited under UAE ESMA Lighting/Lamp Standards.

Any alternative technology luminaire proposed to The Department on projects must be able to prove equal or better illumination performance, energy efficiency and long-term (minimum 15- year) full life cycle cost analysis comparison to current LED luminaire marketplace performance and always based on full luminaire data. Cost analysis must be undertaken to ISO 15686-5:2008 or comparable International standard and which fully meets the requirements of this Manual for the relevant project Part/Section and specific fixture criteria therein.

The relevant Department may have officical proceedures for approving alternative luminaires to LED; in the case of Abu Dhabi City Municipality, this is formal submission through the ADM Infrastructure Support Divison. The relevant Department should be contacted to establish proceedures. It is The Department’s decision on what constitutes an equally sustainable luminaire technology to LED through their process and their decision is final.

Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations & Acronyms

For explanation of all lighting terms, abbreviations and acronyms used within this Manual refer to the DMA Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook. Principally Chapters O & P

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Part-1 Contents Section A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Clause No. Clause Title Page

Part-1 Contents

Section A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SA-

1. Section Explanation………

 

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-A

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-A

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

2

3. LED Luminaires

 

3.1

General Requirements

3

3.2

AD Quality Mark (QCC Exterior LED Luminaire Certification)

4

3.2.1 After the 30 th June 2017

3.2.2 Up to and including the 30 th June 2017

3.3

LED Luminaire Technical & Material Requirements (QCC aligned).

6

3.3.1 General

3.3.2 Minimum Whole-Luminaire Efficacy & Colour Rendering

 

3.3.3 Optical Control & Photometry

3.3.4 Thermal Management

3.3.5 Street Lighting Fixture Mounting

3.3.6 Ingress Protection

3.3.7 Copper Content, Corrosion Resistance & Synthetic Materials

 

3.3.8 LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.3.9 LED Luminaire Useful Life Requirements

3.3.10 Luminaire Photobiological Safety

3.4

Particular Luminaire Requirements for The Department’s Projects

12

3.4.1 Project Whole-Luminaire Minimum Efficacy & Nominal CCT

3.4.2 LED Binning

3.4.3 Lamp Source Replacement

 

3.4.4 Galvanised & Stainless Steel Materials

3.4.5 Project LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.4.6 Project Lighting Management Dimming System Requirements

3.4.7 Surge Protection & Earthing

3.4.8 Quality Assurance

3.4.9 Warranty

4. Project Lighting Design Requirements

 

4.1

Appraisal……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………17

4.2

General Design Considerations………………………………………………………………………………….18

4.3

Schedule of Lighting Levels……………………………………………………………………

22

4.4

Maintenance Factors…

……………………………………………………………………

24

4.5

DESIGN & DAY-1 Calculation Outputs………………………………………………

26

4.6

Project Lighting Design Calculations…………………………………………………

26

5. Project Site Verification Requirements

5.1

Site Lighting Measurement………………………………………………………………………………………… 28

5.2

Interim (Non Day-1) Measurement…………………………………………………………………………. 34

5.3

Project Harmonic Measurement……………………………………………………………………………….35

Part-1 Contents Section B – Lighting for Tunnels & Underpasses Clause No. Clause Title Page

Part-1 Contents

Section B Lighting for Tunnels & Underpasses

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SB-

1. Section Explanation………

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-B

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-B

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

2

3. LED Luminaires

3.1

General Requirements

3

3.2

AD Quality Mark (QCC Exterior LED Luminaire Certification)

3

3.2.1 After the 30th June 2017

3.2.2 Up to and including the 30th June 2017

3.3

LED Luminaire Technical & Material Requirements (QCC aligned).

6

3.3.1 General

3.3.2 Minimum Whole-Luminaire Efficacy & Colour Rendering

3.3.3 Optical Control & Photometry

3.3.4 Thermal Management

3.3.5 Ingress Protection

3.3.6 Copper Content, Corrosion Resistance & Synthetic Materials

3.3.7 LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.3.8 LED Luminaire Useful Life Requirements

3.3.9 Luminaire Photobiological Safety

3.3.10 LED Luminaire Vibration Testing

3.4

Particular Luminaire Requirements for The Department’s Projects

11

3.4.1 Project Whole-Luminaire Minimum Efficacy & Nominal CCT

3.4.2 Project Requirement for Ingress Protection

3.4.3 LED Binning

3.4.4 Lamp Source Replacement

3.4.5 Galvanised & Stainless Steel Materials

3.4.6 Project LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.4.7 Project Lighting Management Dimming System Requirements

3.4.8 Surge Protection & Earthing

3.4.9 Quality Assurance

3.4.10 Warranty

4. Project Lighting Design Requirements

 

4.1

General……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 17

4.2

Schedule of Lighting Levels……………………………………………………………………

19

4.3

Maintenance Factors……………………………………………………………………

19

4.4

DESIGN & DAY-1 Calculation Outputs………………………………………………

22

4.5

Project Lighting Design Calculations…………………………………………………

22

5. Project Site Verification Requirements

5.1

Site Lighting Measurement………………………………………………………………………………………… 24

5.2

Interim (Non Day-1) Measurement…………………………………………………………………………. 31

5.3

Project Harmonic Measurement………………………………………………………………………………. 31

Part-1 Contents Section C – Street Lighting Poles Clause No. 1. Clause Title Warranty ………

Part-1 Contents

Section C Street Lighting Poles

Clause No.

1.

Clause Title

Warranty………

Page P1-SC-

1

Section D Street Lighting Management

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SD-

1. Section Explanation………

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-D

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-D

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

1

3. Project Lighting Management System (PLMS) Provision

2

3.1

Projects Requiring PLMS Provision

3.2

Projects Not Requiring PLMS Provision

4. PLMS Technical Criteria

4

4.1

System Technical Requirements

4.1.1 Wired Systems

4.1.2 Wireless Systems

4.1.3 General Mandatory Project Technical Requirements

4.1.4 Optional Project Requirements

4.1.5 Prohibited Components or Capabilities

4.1.6 Central Management System (CMS) Technical Requirements

5. Dimming Profiles

10

 

Residential Neighbourhoods Residential Mixed-Use Areas Light Industrial & Business Districts High-Activity Commercial & City Centre Districts National/State Parks and Rural Districts Highways in Rural Areas Highways in Metropolitan Areas

6. Quality Assurance

11

7. Warranty

11

8. Maintenance/Defects Contract Period

12

9. Measurement and Payment

12

10. Operation and Maintenance Manual

13

Part-1 Contents Section E – Solar Street Lighting Clause No. Clause Title Page P1-SE- 1.

Part-1 Contents

Section E Solar Street Lighting

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SE-

1. Section Explanation………

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-E

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-E

2. Solar Street Lighting System Options

3

2.1

Project Selection

2.2

Standalone System

2.3

Grid-Connected System

2.4

Full Backup System

3. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

5

4. Project Cost Analysis

6

5. System Components

8

5.1

LED Luminaires

5.2

PV-Pole System

5.3

Inverter/Controller

5.4

Batteries

5.5

Controls

5.6

Cleaning System

5.7

Pole Assembly

5.8

Pole Design Submission and Production

6. Quality Assurance

20

7. Warranty

20

8. Maintenance/Defects Contract Period

21

9. Measurement and Payment

22

10. Operation and Maintenance Manual

22

Part-1 Contents Section F – Lighting for Gantries & Signage Clause No. Clause Title Page

Part-1 Contents

Section F Lighting for Gantries & Signage

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SF-

1. Section Explanation………

 

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-F

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-F

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

2

3. LED Luminaires

 

3.1

General Requirements

3

3.2

AD Quality Mark (QCC Exterior LED Luminaire Certification)

3

3.2.1 After the 30 th June 2017

3.2.2 Up to and including the 30 th June 2017

3.3

LED Luminaire Technical & Material Requirements (QCC aligned).

6

3.3.1 General

3.3.2 Minimum Whole-Luminaire Efficacy & Colour Rendering

 

3.3.3 Optical Control & Photometry

3.3.4 Thermal Management

3.3.5 Ingress Protection

3.3.6 Copper Content, Corrosion Resistance & Synthetic Materials

 

3.3.7 LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.3.8 LED Luminaire Useful Life Requirements

3.3.9 Luminaire Photobiological Safety

3.4

Particular Luminaire Requirements for The Department’s Projects

11

3.4.1 Project Whole-Luminaire Minimum Efficacy & Nominal CCT

3.4.2 LED Binning

3.4.3 Galvanised & Stainless Steel Materials

 

3.4.4 Project LED Driver Technical Requirements

3.4.5 Earthing

3.4.6 Quality Assurance

3.4.7 Warranty

4. Project Lighting Design Requirements

 

4.1

General……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 15

4.2

Schedule of Lighting Levels……………………………………………………………………

16

4.3

Maintenance Factors…

……………………………………………………………………

17

4.4

Project Lighting Design Calculations…………………………………………………

19

4.5

Overhead Gantry Signage Lighting Design Values

20

5. Project Site Verification Requirements

5.1

Project Harmonic Measurement………………………………………………………………………………. 21

Part-1 Contents Section G – Light Pollution Mitigation Clause No. Clause Title Page P1-SG- 1.

Part-1 Contents

Section G Light Pollution Mitigation

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SG-

1. Section Explanation………

1

1.1

Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-G

1.2

Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-G

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

2

2.1

General

2.2

Exterior Lighting

2.3

Lighting Levels at the Site Boundary and Beyond

2.4

Additional Requirements/Clarifications

3. Light Pollution Criteria Definitions……………………………………………………………………. 4

4. Design Calculation Requirements and Methodology……………………………. 5

Section H Project Submission Requirements

Clause No.

Clause Title

Page P1-SH-

1. Section Explanation………

1

2. Project Study/Project Set-up/Pre-Concept Design Stage…………………

2

2.1

Lighting Submission Minimum Requirements

3. Concept Design Stage………………………………………………………………………………………………….3

3.1

Lighting Submission Minimum Requirements

3.1.1 Cover Letter

3.1.2 Lighting Report Key Aspects

3.2

Optional Lighting Submission Material

4. Preliminary Design Stage…………………………………………………………………………………………. 5

4.1

Lighting Submission Minimum Requirements

4.1.1 Cover Letter & Copy of the Concept Report Approval

4.1.2 Lighting Calculations Key Aspects

4.1.3 Lighting Layouts Key Aspects

4.1.4 Technical Data Key Aspects

4.2

Optional Lighting Submission Material

5. Detail Design Stage……………………………………………………………………………………………………….8

5.1

Lighting Submission Minimum Requirements

5.1.1 Cover Letter & Copy of the Preliminary Design Approval

5.1.2 Lighting Calculations Key Aspects

5.1.3 Lighting Layout/Details Key Aspects

5.1.4 Technical Data Key Aspects

5.1.5 Light Pollution Mitigation Report

5.2

Optional Lighting Submission Material

6. Tender/Construction Responsibilities……………………………………………………………. 11

Part-1 Contents Applicable Standards & Guidance References Standards & Guidance Categories Page P1-Ref- A. Abu

Part-1 Contents

Applicable Standards & Guidance References

Standards & Guidance Categories

Page P1-Ref-

A. Abu Dhabi Standards & Guidance……………………………………………………………………1

B. International Standards & Guidance……………………………………………………………

C. Lighting Maintenance & Measurement……………………………………………………….2

2

D. Mechanical/Material

3

E. Electrical

3

F. Light Emitting Diode (LED)

4

G. LED Luminaire Performance

5

H. Lighting Design

6

I. Solar Street Lighting

7

J. Economic/Cost - Life-Cycle Analysis

8

K. Lighting Controls/PLMS

8

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Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Part-1 Section A – Lighting for Roadways

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Part-1 Section A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

For full descriptions of any standards and guidance documents referred to within this Part-1 Section-A, refer to the Part-1 Applicable Standards & Guidance References Section.

1. Section Explanation

The below is a brief summary of the primary factors covered within this Part-1 Section-A of the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual. The detailed technical criteria for which are described in the Clauses following:

1.1 Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-A

a) It is statutory that all luminaires used for projects must be LED (or other equally sustainable alternative luminaire technology as defined within this Manual’s Introduction).

b) From July 2017 it will be mandatory for all LED exterior luminaires to be QCC (Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council) Approved with supplied Certificate of Conformity: under the Abu Dhabi Certification Scheme for LED Exterior Lighting Fixtures* 1 .

(* 1 A grace period for obtaining Conformity Certification is allowed under this Manual up to the 30 th June 2017. Until this date, if a Certificate is not yet obtained, then luminaires must be submitted with both a copy of the QCC Scheme application receipt as well as all technical data supplied as part of the submission as described under Clause 3.2)

c) Manual Part-1 Section-A, in addition to the LED luminaire criteria aligned with QCC, has been revised with separate clauses covering the additional specific Department Project criteria regarding fixture and component performance, quality, lighting design and warranty requirements.

d) LED Luminaire Useful-Life Performance basis revised from 50 0 C ambient to 35 0 C.

e) Light Loss Factor (LLF) term revised to Maintenance Factor (MF).

f) Luminaire Dirt Depreciation Factor (LDD) component of the Maintenance Factor revised from previous manufacturer defined value, to new Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual set Table of values.

g) Warranty for all luminaires now minimum 10-Years for all aspects.

h) Table of Lighting Design categories expanded and requirements increased to show additional areas/items and minimum requirements for Ul (Longitudinal Uniformity), TI (threshold Increment) and SR/EIR (Surround Ratio/Edge Illuminance Ratio as applicable).

i) Luminance levels reduced across each road category as per GSEC instruction.

j) Pole Heights, Pole Spacings and Pole Arrangement requirements revised to new set

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking criteria for each road category and area.

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

criteria for each road category and area.

k) Project Lighting Design and Calculation requirements standardised and set out within the Manual.

l) Project Lighting Management Dimming System required for all projects falling into the categories set out within Manual Part-1 Section-D and in accordance with the technical criteria defined within Section-D.

m) Project Site Measurement Verification requirements standardised and set out within the Manual.

n) If Solar Street Lighting is required/proposed for a project, then all project, technical, component and material requirements for the solar system aspects are set out within Manual Part-1 Section-E. All Lighting design, lighting fixture, lighting calculation and lighting verification requirements remain as this Part-1 Section-A.

o) The Department’s decision is final regarding project submissions and design approvals.

1.2 Not Required/Permitted under Manual Part-1 Section-A

a) Any luminaires used for projects that are not LED (or other equally sustainable alternative luminaire technology as defined within this Manual’s Introduction).

b) After the 30 th June 2017; any LED fixtures that are not AD Quality Marked and do not hold a Certificate of Conformity under the QCC Abu Dhabi Certification Scheme for LED Exterior Lighting Fixtures* 1

c) Any deviation from the system technical criteria as set out within this Manual

d) Any deviation from the minimum maintenance and warranty requirements as set out within this Manual.

e) Any deviation from the project Lighting Design, Calculation and Site Verification requirements as set out within this Manual.

2. General Project Design Requirements & Responsibilities

The primary purpose of roadway lighting is to produce quick, accurate, safe and comfortable visibility at night or when visibility is low. These qualities of visibility may safeguard, facilitate, and encourage vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Every designer should provide for those inherent qualities required by the user. A very important consideration is that of making streets and roadways useful during hours of darkness as well as during the daytime. Where good visibility is provided through lighting, efficient night use can be made of the large investments in roadways and motor vehicles. Thus, the proper use of roadway lighting as an operative tool provides economic and social benefits to the public including:

Reduction in night time Personal Injury Accidents (PIAs)

Augmentation of police protection and enhanced sense of personal security

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Facilitation of traffic flow

Promotion of business and the use of public facilities during the night hours

This Manual Section includes information on the purpose and impacts of roadway lighting levels, acceptable styles of lighting poles and fixtures, priority and associated aspects of roadway lighting such as designing with reducing light pollution in mind.

The design, specification, calculation, manufacturing, testing, shipment, installation and performance for the project shall be in accordance with the applicable requirements of The Department’s electrical and lighting standards for electrical distribution works, except as specified herein. Copies should be requested from The Department if not already held. Details of all standards are provided within the Applicable Standards & Guidance References at the end of Part-1.

It is a statutory requirement that all luminaires used on The Department’s Street Lighting and Parking lighting projects must be LED (or other equally sustainable alternative luminaire technology as defined within this Manual’s Introduction).

Suppliers and manufacturers shall guarantee adherence to this Manual and the performance of their luminaires under all the required design conditions.

The Consultant shall be responsible to ensure that the project and all product specifications are fully in compliance, without any deviation from this Manual, prior to forwarding to The Department for approval. Any deviation should be brought to the notice of The Department. The Consultant shall ensure in his design the following: integration, coordination, functionality and accessibility of these services. It shall be the Consultant’s responsibility to bring the system to the design & operating and maintenance conditions.

The Consultant shall as requested by The Department provide full cost analysis including payback assessments as required for the project (or part of the project) and in accordance with the instructions given by The Department. All information provided and the cost analysis/payback calculations must be calculated with the exact luminaire solution proposed; including specific circuit wattages and drive currents, actual sources within the luminaires, including the exact calculation for the fixturesuseful-life cycle, project location, controls usage/programming etc.

3. LED Luminaires

3.1 General Requirements

The LED luminaires shall be designed to operate continuously for the required useful- lifetime performance and at the specified ambient temperature, humidity and quality

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criteria as defined by this Manual. With special attention given to the effects of direct sun- exposure during the day, corrosion resistance and endurance against the occasional sand storms and dusty weather in designing the luminaire body and components.

For more reference information regarding lighting technology, lamps, luminaires, electrical, materials and lighting maintenance, refer to the DMA Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook Chapters C, D, E, M and O.

3.2 AD Quality Mark (QCC Exterior LED Luminaire Certification)

3.2.1 After the 30 th June 2017

After the 30th June 2017 it will be mandatory for all LED luminaires proposed for use on The Department’s projects to be QCC (Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council) Approved: under the QCC Abu Dhabi Certification Scheme for LED Exterior Lighting Fixtures.

Any LED luminaires proposed on submissions (from Preliminary Design Stage onwards) received after the 30 th June 2017 without proof of QCC Certification will not be allowed for use on The Department’s Projects.

A QCC Certificate of Conformity must be provided covering every luminaire proposed for the project during submissions and Clause 3.3 of this Section can then be disregarded with none of the data pertaining to this Clause needing to be submitted.

Only applicable in addition to the LED fixtures’ supplied QCC Certificates shall be the additional specific Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual fixture-technical and project-required design criteria listed from Clause 3.4 onwards, for which all data must be provided on the project submission for Department projects.

Notes:

The QCC Certification Scheme provides certification for a fixture and/or fixture range/family; within the allowed criteria set out under the scheme. The specific optics option of the luminaire are not a critical parameter within the scheme and as such if the luminaire proposed for a particular project has an optic which differs from that used for certification, this is not an issue for compliance and is allowed as long as The Department’s project specific minimum fixture efficacy requirements stated within clause 3.4.1 of this Section are met with the particular optic used and photometry provided to show actual fixture efficacy value.

If the luminaire proposed for a project has different/revised LED package to that

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installed within the fixture(s) gaining compliance (i.e. using a new generation of LED sources), this too is allowed as long as the fixture’s body, materials, driver and drive current remain the same (or less in regards to drive current) and the overall fixture’s lumen output is similar. Justification must be made to the Department alongside the QCC Product Conformity Certificate with all technical details and the Department shall assess the justification as part of the project submission and decide if the fixture is accepted as being covered under the existing Certificate or must require new certification. The Department’s decision is final and it is advised for all manufacturers to ensure regular certification of updated fixture families as required ensuring compliance is maintained.

If the Specifications within the QCC Certification Scheme becomes a UAE Standard through adoption by ESMA (Emirates Association for Standards & Metrology), then from the date this becomes active the QCC Certification procedure will simply refer to the ESMA Standard.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide Copy of QCC Product Conformity Certificate(s) and proceed to Clause 3.4.

3.2.2 Up to and including the 30 th June 2017

Up to and including the 30 th June 2017 if any proposed LED luminaires do not yet hold a QCC Certificate of Conformity, then all luminaires must be submitted with proof of their QCC Scheme submitted and received application and in addition must be submitted with all the required fixture technical data listed under Clause 3.3 of this Section. All luminaire technical information is then to be supplied as part of the project submission along with all other Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual clause requirements.

If any luminaires have received a QCC Certification, a copy of the QCC Certificate of Conformity must be provided for the luminaires proposed for the project and then Clause 3.3 of this Section can be disregarded in relation to those particular luminaires; with none of the data pertaining to this Clause needing to be submitted.

In these cases, the only applicable requirements in addition to the LED fixtures’ supplied QCC Certificates will be the additional specific Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual fixture- technical and project-required criteria listed from Clause 3.4 onwards, for which data must be provided on the project submission.

Notes:

An approval as part of a project submission of an LED fixture based on the technical criteria contained within Clause 3.3, is not prerequisite or guarantee of a future QCC fixture certification approval. Nor conversely does an LED fixture rejection on technical grounds for a Department project submission in any way impare a possible future

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granting of QCC certification through that process. In all cases however The Department’s decision is final for any fixtures not yet supplied with QCC Luminaire Certification.

The QCC Certification Scheme provides certification for a fixture and/or fixture range/family; within the allowed criteria set out under the scheme. The specific optics option of the luminaire are not a critical parameter within the scheme and as such if the luminaire proposed for a particular project has an optic which differs from that used for certification, this is not an issue for compliance and is allowed as long as The Department’s project specific minimum fixture efficacy requirements stated within clause 3.4.1 of this Section are met with the particular optic used and photometry provided to show actual fixture efficacy value.

If the luminaire proposed for a project has different/revised LED package to that installed within the fixture(s) gaining compliance (i.e. using a new generation of LED sources), this too is allowed as long as the fixture’s body, materials, driver and drive current remain the same (or less in regards to drive current) and the overall fixture’s lumen output is similar. Justification must be made to the Department alongside the QCC Product Conformity Certificate with all technical details and the Department shall assess the justification as part of the project submission and decide if the fixture is accepted as being covered under the existing Certificate or must require new certification. The Department’s decision is final and it is advised for all manufacturers to ensure regular certification of updated fixture families as required ensuring compliance is maintained.

If the Specifications within the QCC Certification Scheme becomes a UAE Standard through adoption by ESMA (Emirates Association for Standards & Metrology), then from the date this becomes active the QCC Certification procedure will simply refer to the ESMA Standard.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide either a Copy of QCC Product Conformity Certificate(s) and proceed to Clause 3.4. Otherwise follow Clause 3.3 onwards.

3.3 LED Luminaire Technical & Material Requirements (QCC aligned)

Note: Disregard this Clause for LED luminaires already approved under the QCC Abu Dhabi Certification Scheme for LED Exterior Lighting, with provided QCC Certification as described within Clause 3.2 above. For Luminaires with QCC Certification, proceed directly to clause 3.4.

3.3.1 General

a)

The LED luminaires must have applied for certification under the QCC Abu Dhabi

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Certification Scheme for LED Exterior Lighting, with provided proof of their submitted and received application with the Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC).

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide aknowledgment of QCC received application.

b) Manufacturer’s company profile including a profile of the manufacturing facilities. Valid ISO 9001:2008 certificates of the manufacturing facilities.

Project

certificates.

Submission

Requirement:-

Provide

manufacturer

profile

and

ISO

9001

c) The following shall be submitted in addition to the documents required within Clauses 3.3.2 to 3.3.10 (all data in SI units):

Photometric test data

Full light source lamp specification

LED Chip Reliability reports

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide Photometric test data in standard format (IES or EULUMDAT), full light source/lamp specification data and LED chip reliability reports to JEDEC JESD22/JESD51 or comparable International standard (tests at +85ºC).

3.3.2 Minimum Whole-Luminaire Efficacy & Colour Rendering Index

a) The LEDs shall be from a manufacturer of LEDs with ANSI/NEMA/ANSLG C78.377-2011 or similar approved International Standard certification. (Please note: The nominal Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT) ANSI standard LED colours accepted for use for street/parking lighting on The Department’s projects are 4000K, 4500K, 5000K and 5700K only, although the QCC Scheme allows a wider band for all luminaire types).

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide proof from LED supplier product data.

b) Minimum Luminaire Efficacy and associated Minimum Colour Rendering (CRI Colour Rendering Index) rating shall be as follows:

Fixture Type

Minimum Luminaire Efficacy*

Minimum CRI-Rating

Street Lighting Fixture

80lm/W

65

*Luminaire efficacy is given as lumen Output (lm) over input power (W) at standard laboratory conditions. All tests to be taken at 230V.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide IES LM-79-08 test reports (Sections 11 & 12)

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or comparible IEC/International standards to prove luminaire efficacy and CRI, plus actual** luminaire CCT is within acceptable limits as below in relation to Nominal CCT.

Nominal CCT (ANSI C78.377A)

Nominal CCT

CCT Range (Fixture Actual Allowed**)

4000K

3985K ± 275

4500K

4503K ± 243

5000K

5028K ± 283

5700K

5665K ± 355

3.3.3 Optical Control & Photometry

a) The luminaire shall be fitted with optical refractors, diffusers and/or reflectors designed to exactly suit the specific application the fixture is intended for.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide product information describing the optical control and components to cover the range and fixture application.

3.3.4 Thermal Management

a) 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 dust in designing the luminaire body. The design of the luminaire 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 thermal solution 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 by proven and stated means. The design shall be such that the luminaire shall be self-cleaning in normal operation. Provide detailed physical description of the fixture including images and dimensions.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide written justification and luminaire product data.

b) The luminaire operating range (taking into account LED components, driver, etc.) shall be from -20°C up to a minimum of +50°C ambient air temperature(Ta) with an acceptable lumen-output performance at Ta+50°C needing to be demonstrated. The

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operating range maximum refers to the Ta as per IEC/ISO 60598-1 or UL 1598.

Project Submission Requirement:- The effect of reduced lumen output at operation in increased ambient temperatures (i.e. any ambient temperature higher than 25°C as per LM-79) must be checked by a submitted LM-82 test report for 50°C ambient (testing the luminaire’s/luminaire range’s largest LED engine/module, or (largest) whole luminaire, per LM-82 procedures in all cases). This test shall be taken using the highest proposed fixture/range drive current, by measuring total luminous flux or luminous intensity at the elevated temperature and extrapolating to the 25°C Ta figure. This will be considered acceptable provided the lumen output decrease is proved to be less-than-or- equal-to 6%)

In addition this measured percentage drop of luminous flux shall then be applied to the LM-79 luminaire flux value and when multiplied by the measured load at 50°C, will be considered acceptable provided the resultant efficacy value still remains within the minimum allowed fixture efficacy as set out within the table in Clause 3.3.2.

c) The luminaire storage range (i.e. non-operating/daytime) temperature shall be from - 20°C up to a minimum of 50°C ambient air temperature(Ta). With all internal components suitable for storage within this range and rated between -20°C up to a minimum of 80°C

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide declaration of the conformity of the Luminaire to the required storage extremes.

3.3.5 Street Lighting Fixture Mounting

a) Luminaires shall be provided with a heavy-duty rugged pressure die-cast aluminum alloy (or proven equivalent material) adjustable clamp to suit any proposed pole/pole-arm application from either below or from the side.

Project

mounting design.

Submission

Requirement:-

3.3.6 Ingress Protection

Provide

written descriptions

of

lighting

fixture

a) The luminaire control gear and LED optical-unit components shall be externally fully rated to the minimum IP (Ingress Protection) rating and IK (Mechanical Strength) rating as set out in the table below and have proven means of negating internal condensation build-up for their application and be able to operate in high relative humidity.

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Fixture Type

Minimum IP-Rating

Minimum IK-Rating

Street Lighting Fixture

IP65 (IP66 for the driver/components)

IK07*

*Any glass diffusers or components must have a minimum IK08 rating.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide test reports for IP and IK ratings: IP rating determined by IEC 60529 or comparable International standard, IK rating determined by IEC 62262 or comparable International standard.

3.3.7 Copper Content, Corrosion Resistance & Synthetic Materials

a) All Exterior pressure die-cast aluminum alloy components shall have a copper content percentage of less than 3.5% by mass.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide declaration of pressure die-cast aluminum alloy standard used and associated component copper content (by mass) to ISO 3522, EN/BS 1706 Standards or other comparable International standard.

b) Testing of exterior metal coated/painted and non-coated components for proven and demonstrated corrosion resistance.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide test report to ASTM D1654-08 or other comparable International standard for evaluation of a sample of the exterior painted or coated metals subjected to corrosive environments. Or provide test report to EN/ISO 9227, ASTM B117-11 or other comparable International standard for Salt Spray test of finished luminaire body and all metal coated/painted and non-coated fixture components for minimum 1000hours, or approved accelerated test method under these standards.

c) Where different metallic materials are used together, then proof of avoidance of bi- metallic or galvanic corrosion with any touching dissimilar metals must be assured.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide written report of all dissimilar metals used within the lighting fixture and confirmation of the method/design in avoiding bi-metallic or galvanic corrosion.

d) All synthetic optical materials shall be resistant to degredation by Ultraviolet Radiation and scratch resistant.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide declaration with supporting evidence that the resistance to degredation by Ultraviolet Radiation will be sufficient to not

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significantly affect the luminaire performance during the Department’s expected useful lifetime of the luminaire. Manufacturer to submit a datasheet of the proposed optic material to show both the Ultraviolet Radiation degredation resistance and scratch resistance of the external optical synthetic material.

3.3.8 Driver Technical Requirements

a) Within the fixture the drivers shall meet the following requirements:

Case Temperature (Tc) rating -40°C to +80°C at a minimum 95% Relative Humidity (RH). Luminaires with open drivers need to prove Luminaire ambient of 50°C maximum in equivalence with this requirement

Nominal rated Input voltage: 220-240V±10% 50Hz (198-264V min. Input range)

Drivers shall have a Power Factor (PF) of L ≥ 0.90

Driver shall be UL and/or IEC Certified

Drivers shall be Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliant

Drivers shall have a Total individual luminaire Harmonic Distortion (THD) of:

≤20% in accordance with ANSI C82.77-2002 or comparable International standard

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide LED driver manufacturer data sheets, test reports and/or certification documentation demonstrating conformity to the above requirements.

3.3.9 LED Luminaire Useful Life Requirements

a) Demonstrate 50,000 hour useful life of the luminaire based on the simplified B20-L70 threshold at ambient temperature (Tq) of 35°C (Takes into account the annual average recorded night time temperature for Abu Dhabi Emirate plus safety allowance).

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide lumen maintenance report for 50,000 hour, B20-L70 @ (Tq) of 35°C for the luminaire, referring to the chip manufacturer’s IES LM-80 data for demonstrated curve/drive current/ fVoltage. Using IES TM-21 or comparable IEC/international standard.

3.3.10 Luminaire Photobiological Safety

a) Luminaire must comply with Photobiological Safety of lamps and lamp systems in accordance with the requirements of IEC 62471 or ANSI/IES RP-27.3-2007.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide test results for IEC 62471, ANSI/IES RP-27.3- 2007 or comparable International standards. The fixture must pass all fascets of the tests for No Risk/Exempt” results.

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3.4 Particular Luminaire Requirements for The Department’s Projects

The LED luminaires in addition to the QCC Certification/minimum requirements as defined within Clause 3.3, must adhere to the following specific supplimentary requirements for use on The Department’s projects. Supporting data to be provided on project submissions as stated within the following clauses:

3.4.1 Project Whole-Luminaire Minimum Efficacy & Nominal CCT

a) The nominal Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT) ANSI standard LED colours accepted for use for street lighting on The Department’s projects are 4000K, 4500K, 5000K and 5700K only. Actual nominal CCT to be confirmed by the Consultant for the specific project and all associated luminaire data and lighting calculations must be undertaken for luminaires with the specific CCT LEDs chosen. These CCTs are the cooler end of the available range and required for both their optimal efficacy and the benefits for driver perception and awareness at lower luminance levels as part of the Abu Dhabi Sustainable Public Lighting Strategy.

Note: Where the project is either an extension of existing LED phases, or are roads connecting to other adjacent roads installed with LED street lighting, the Consultant shall investigate the nominal CCT of these adjoining fixtures and propose a solution with matching CCT for visual consistancy.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide confirmation of project selected nominal CCT.

b) Minimum Luminaire Efficacy for use on The Department’s projects shall be as follows:

Fixture Type

Project Luminaire Efficacy*

Street Lighting Fixture

≥95lm/W

*Luminaire efficacy is given as lumen Output (lm) over input power (W) at standard laboratory conditions. All tests to be taken at 230V. Refer to The Department’s Sustainable Road Rating System on any applicable projects if Credits available and required for higher luminaire efficacies.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide IES LM-79-08 test reports (Sections 11 & 12) or comparible IEC/International standards to prove luminaire efficacy.

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3.4.2 LED Binning

a) Luminaire shall be maximum proved MacAdam Ellipse Step-5. Luminaires and/or LEDs at Step-6 or Step-7 Binning are not acceptable.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide copies of highlighted LED chip data or full luminaire LM-79-08 test data to show compliance acheived within limits of Step-5 or better.

3.4.3 Lamp Source Replacement

a) The LEDs (Modules/boards/LED-engine) shall be site removable/replaceable without any possible risk to maintaining luminaire photometry and without the need to demount the fixtures for sake of future upgrading/maintenance requirements if required.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide written descriptions of LED source maintenance and replacement.

3.4.4 Galvanised & Stainless Steel Materials

a) Any steel body materials, components, bolts, nuts and hardened washers shall be galvanized in accordance with ASTM A153 or comparable International standard.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide written confirmation covering any steel components to show all are galvanised to ASTM-A153 comparable standard or other comparable International standard.

b) Any external stainless steel body materials, components bolts, nuts and hardened washers shall be minimum 316 Grade or comparable International standard.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide written confirmation covering any stainless steel components to show all are minimum 316 Grade to ASTM-SAE comparable standard or other comparable International standard.

3.4.5 Project LED Driver Technical Requirements

a) Within the fixture the drivers shall meet the following additional project requirements:

Driver shall be minimum 1-10v dimmable/addressable and 1-10v+DALI allowed (DALI-only drivers can be proposed, but only if a PLMS is a project requirement and a specific DALI-compliant PLMS is included as part of the project)

Driver can have some means of built-in overheat thermal protection in the form of either automatic dimming or stepping/holding down of the driver. But this

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function can be present only if devices activate after the case-temperature exceeds that experienced within the luminaire’s normal required maximum operational limits: i.e. with Ta50°C (outside ambient-air temperature to the luminaire).

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide LED driver manufacturer data sheets, test reports and/or certification documentation demonstrating conformity to the above requirements. If thermal protection is present within the driver, then proof required to confirm it’s operation is not activated within the normal stated limits of luminaire thermal operational requirements.

3.4.6 Project Lighting Management Dimming System Requirements

a) Depending on the project size and scope, provision of a lighting management dimming system is a statutory requirement as part of street and/or parking area lighting projects or projects containing street and/or parking area lighting. Refer to Manual Part-1 Section-D for the specific technical requirements for the lighting management dimming system.

Part-1 Section-D also describes in detail which project types fall under this requirement and which do not need this provision to be included. However the Consultant must propose and agree the inclusion of the lighting management dimming system with The Department as part of the project Concept Design Stage submission approval process. If the project is approved by the Department as required to be provided with a lighting management dimming system, a compliant system must then be described and designed for all further project design stages, through and including to Tender.

Project Submission Requirement:- Check the project against the requirements detailed within Manual Part-1 Section-D, state and justify the inclusion or omission of a system as per Section-D and undertake the Concept Design to meet these requirements. If approved as being required, follow the technical criteria set out within Manual Part-1 Section D for the Preliminary and Detail Design proposals as well as within the project Tender.

3.4.7 Surge Protection & Earthing

a) Luminaire shall be surge immune to IEC/EN 61547 up to 10 kV or in accordance to the requirements of IEEE/ASNI C62.41.2-2002 Scenario I Location Category C up to 10kV- 10kA via a Surge Protection Device. Or comparable International standard for surge immunity.

Surge Protection Device shall be capable of protecting the luminaire against common mode and differential mode surges and shall be connected to Phase (L), Neutral (N) and

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Protective Earth (PE). A Protective Earth connection shall be available inside the luminaire. The Surge protection Device shall include fusing and protection to prevent fire in case of protection component failures at end of life.

Earthing of the LED luminaire shall be as per a class I “electrical unit” to EN/IEC 60598-1:

protection against electric shock does not rely on basic insulation only, but which includes an additional safety precaution in such a way that means are provided for the connection of accessible conductive parts to the protective (earthing) conductor in the fixed wiring of the installation in such a way that accessible conductive parts cannot become live in the event of a failure of the basic insulation.

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide manufacturer’s details of the surge protection device fitted to the luminaire including class-I earthing connection (and fuse provision as applicable) to achieve the Manual’s requirements for 10kV protection to IEC/EN 61547, IEEE/ANSI C62.41.2-2002/ earhting to EN/IEC 60598-1 or comparable International standards.

3.4.8 Quality Assurance

a) The Department may request standard production model luminaire samples, identical (including LED Package) to the proposed products, to be installed for inspection. The Department shall be sole judge regarding acceptability of optical system performance.

b) To verify luminaire performance and compliance with the specifications, The Department may also request additional testing of sample luminaires. All such testing shall be from accredited laboratories.

c) According to the requirements of the Project’s Contract documents, if required The Department reserves the right to attend, or appoint another party to attend, a factory inspection. These would only be in relation to Department projects.

The Department will not attend, nor should be invited to attend, any factory inspections for Third-Party/Private/Developer owned and funded projects; these are the personal decision/responsibility of the Third-Party’s/Developer’s project teams

Project Submission Requirement:- Written confirmation stating acceptance of the above requirements if and when envoked by The Department.

3.4.9 Warranty

Note: The Warranty shall be for/transferable to The Department. Suitable Contract allowance must be made for the duration of the project’s defects period to ensure suitable cover for that time as well as the handover to The Department after the end

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of defects for the remainder of the Warranty period.

a) A written warranty for a Minimum ten (10) year on-site replacement material, fixture, finishes and workmanship against the deterioration of the housing, all external components; such as lenses, gaskets & fastenings, and the fixture finishes shall include warranty against failure or substantial deteriorations such as corrosion, blistering, cracking or peeling (excluding damage caused by contact with chemical substances, fertilizers, water containing corrosive agents or stray electrical currents) with no cost to The Department*

b) A written warranty for a Minimum ten (10) year replacement material warranty for defective or non-starting LED source assemblies with no cost to The Department*

c) A written warranty for a Minimum ten (10) year replacement material warranty on all supplied drivers, power supply units (PSUs), electrical components and in-built control components with no cost to The Department*

d) A written warranty for a Minimum ten (10) 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. Stating B20 compliance for a minimum of 10 years. If the expected useful life performance parameters of the luminaire system are not being maintained, then the manufacturer shall replace the light source(s) or luminaire as needed with no cost to The Department*

(Please note: * With no cost to The Department does not just refer to the luminaire or luminaire component cost in regards to any warranty actions. This also refers to any costs associated with labour for removal/fitting of luminaires, obtaining Authority NOCs, traffic management costs, transport etc. The Department will not be liaible for any associated costs arising/necessary in relation to warranty actions)

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide a written undertaking, to the satisfaction of The Department, of the Warranty for The Department from the Luminaire Supplier(s), accompanied with written proof of the local representative’s UAE Operating License and established UAE background, to warranty the materials and performance as stated within this clause and for the minimum periods defined.

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Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

4. Project Lighting Design Requirements

For all project lighting design and calculations, refer to the DMA Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook for guidance on applying the requirements of the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual. Particular attention should be given to Handbook Chapters F, G, H, I, M and O.

4.1 Appraisal

The Consultant shall undertake an Initial study for the project including the roadways, highways, the freeway interchanges, etc. and identifying the following features:

Name of different segments of the project including street, ramps, bridges, overpasses, tunnels, etc.

Identify diverging lanes, converging lanes, abrupt curves, accelerating, and decelerating traffic lanes. These locations will need careful attention

Identify segments of the project where the road is categorized as a highway, boulevard, avenue and local streets etc. including pedestrian activity and crossing

Identify Intersections and conflict areas with special attention given to proposed luminaire/pole arrangements to ensure minimal infrastructure and even arrangements both within the intersection/conflict area and leading off from them

Identify structures, walls, fences, ditches, water ponds, lakes, or rivers

Identify pedestrian walkways, sidewalks, and cycle lanes/paths

Identify any hospitals, residential areas, airports, observatories, industrial, commercial zones, or any other critical locations close by

Identify public right of way

Identify the elevations of the different roads, ramps, overpass, etc. on the project.

Determine the width of the different pavements, shoulders, medians, barriers, etc.

Visit the project site to get a feeling for the area. Is the project an extension of an existing area with existing patterns and/or existing types of fixtures that need to be matched?

Identify the clear zones where the poles will be located. Try to locate the poles behind guardrails, girders, and ditches. Consider fixtures that allows for large setbacks.

Ensure Department pole location/set-back requirements in relation to above- ground clear-zone requirements and the underground service corridor requirements are both coordinated and complied with

Identify any trees nearby, their types and their sizes for potential growth. Consider

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking moving some of the poles to avoid

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

moving some of the poles to avoid obscuring the lights, or cutting the trees

Establish the lighting criterion for each segment of the projects. Different road classifications have different criterion

4.2 General Design Considerations

a) Mesopic Multipliers Use of Mesopic multipliers shall be disallowed herein, by assuming an S/P ratio of 1.00 for all luminaires in all calculations.

b) Highways/Freeways and Major Arterials Because these road types are wide and have higher traffic speeds, general street lighting requirements are inadequate for Highways/Freeways and Major Arterial lighting. High lumen lamps in conjunction with 20m poles shall be used to illuminate large roadway areas and reduce glare.

c) Boulevards and Avenues These roads serve moderately high volumes of traffic at lower speeds than Highways/Freeways and Major Arterials. Although their primary function is to move and maintain uninterrupted traffic flow, they frequently have busy at-grade intersections requiring traffic control devices. These at-grade intersections require greater visibility for traffic signals, signs and the resulting crossing and turning conflicts. Also, increased commercial development along Boulevards and Avenues means increased pedestrian movements and possibly the need to accommodate public transportation. Adequate lighting for pedestrian movements and public transportation’s frequent stopping, loading, and unloading of passengers is vital to safety along these roads. Boulevard and Avenue lighting must also blend with commercial development lighting to avoid combinations which detract from the overall lighting or result in poor visibility.

d) Sector Internal Roads (Streets) A Sector Internal Roads (Streets as per USDM designation) primary function is to provide direct access to adjacent properties. Traffic speed is far lower than Boulevards and Avenue, although traffic volume can be heavy and frequently interrupted especially in residential and commercially developed areas. Lighting considerations are more conservative accordingly

e) Two-way roads with Narrow Medians All straight two-way roads from an Avenue class upwards that have a posted speed limit of 60kpm or higher and have a median less than 8m in width must consider the potential night-time disabling glare issue of oncoming vehicle headlights. Any roads of such type cannot be proposed with medians devoid of all fencing or vertical objects (barriers/planting etc.) which if present can physically block the headlights of traffic

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking travelling in opposite directions to one another.

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

travelling in opposite directions to one another.

Completely untreated flat medians whilst having potential benefits for other reasons required by The Department could conversely result in reduced visibility for drivers at night by 50-60% regardless of the street lighting provision. This issue can effectively result in a driver not being able to discern people, holes or debris in his or her path until they are respectively 50-60% closer than the same road having a vertical treatment to the median. The result could reduce the effective safe stopping distance to a level which the driver cannot avoid collision, as well as causing accumulative eyestrain.

It should be noted that the direction of viewed glare for drivers for this hazard is when the vehicles are diagonally opposed and travelling and thus it is not necessary for any vertical blocking treatment solution to be either solid or continuous, as the median presented in the eye line is foreshortened. Thus suitably spaced planting/objects with gaps in-between can be considered to offer a visually solid barrier only when viewed from drivers in the outside lanes of the opposing carriageways which is sufficient to mitigate the issue. In addition these objects only need to be considered to be as high as needed to block opposing headlights from drivers’ eye lines.

Note: This is a serious potential safety issue and Consultants must consider all such cases to always ensure suitable treatments are recommended to be provided on medians where applicable in agreement with The Department. Every project must be considered individually for the specific constraints and geometry of their roadways.

f) Intersections, Conflict Areas and Pedestrian Crossings Lighting intersections, Conflict Areas and Pedestrian Crossings are of particular concern and must be adequate for traffic and pedestrian security, as well as meeting environmental objectives. If necessary for traffic safety, pedestrian security, or aesthetics, the lighting colour for pedestrian crossings could be varied to define the various elements more clearly.

g) Roundabouts The arrangement and character of the lighting may be distinctive, and thus assist the warning signs in providing reliable warning of the roundabout. The lighting should reveal the form, direction and edges of the travel lane all the way around the roundabout without adding unnecessary poles/infrastructure to the area when able to be coordinated and combined with the adjacent street lighting by careful spacing and design. Special emphasis should be given on the central and other traffic islands. Mini- roundabouts, particularly those of the ghost island type, or those that have been located relatively remote from approach road give way lines, can be difficult to see. Luminaires should, where possible, be sited to reveal the island.

h) Parking

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking The Consultant shall note that all calculations

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

The Consultant shall note that all calculations for Off-Street parking lots/bays adjacent to roads are undertaken in Lux and must take into account any road lighting contribution into the parking lighting design where applicable. On-Street parking, either parallel or angled, has to be considered as part of the road lighting design and lighting calculations in luminance undertaken to achieve the same overall road category luminance. All projects shall be undertaken, checked and approved as the responsibility of the Consultant to meet the required parking levels set out in the Table under Clause 4.3 on this basis.

i) Lighting Poles The Consultant shall ensure they obtain The Department’s latest lighting pole minimum set-back Standards for correct placement of the lighting poles within the lighting calculations with relation to the road/travel-lane curb edges and the specific road categories/speed limits. These also need to be mitigated with UPC USDM/UCDM requirements. The maximum boom length shall 1.5m and maximum luminaire tilt angle 5-degrees from the horizontal unless agreed otherwise for the project with The Department. NOTE: Street Lighting Poles must never be installed within the paved pedestrian footpath corridor to obstruct the clear-width requirements

j) Coordination with Planting Where median lighting poles are planned adjacent to median-planted trees and/or Cycle/Pedestrian Paths are located remote to the roadway with a line of trees between them and lighting poles, the Consultant shall identify the tree planting/tree types and consider the impact on potential obscuring of the lighting to the all the surface categories on a project. This includes allowing for the maximum growth size for the trees. If needed an External Scene shall be added to the lighting calculation within DiaLux, in addition the Street Lighting Scenes, to represent the trees, lighting and project areas and assess the impact, making necessary changes to the lighting arrangements/types if required. The Minimum Average Design Levels shown in the Table under Clause 4.3 must be provided on site and site measurements shall be required to match/prove these, therefore it is The Consultants responsibility to ensure trees are always considered and mitigated in the project designs.

k) Bridges & Elevated Roads - Bridges are generally considered to be part of the roadway and, as such, do not require any special lighting. Therefore, roadway lighting on bridges shall be warranted as part of the regular roadway lighting and the same lighting criteria and pole arrangement shall be maintained.

An exception is a very long bridge, which may be lit in a different manner and/or in different arrangement to the roads leading to and from the bridge. The lighting designer should consider placing roadway lighting in advance of the bridge to allow the driver’s eyes to transition into the brighter roadway on the bridge.

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Elevated roads differ from bridges in that

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Elevated roads differ from bridges in that they are usually longer, they are often sinuous, and they often have parallel roads alongside them at lower levels. They also often have slip roads that join the two levels; they usually carry very heavy traffic and have little room for maintenance. Elevated roads differ so much from each other that each requires individual consideration. Maintenance can be very difficult since the closing of lanes for maintenance vehicle might not be acceptable, and this can be a ruling factor in the lighting design.

l) Lighting adjacent to Airfields/Airports, Railways, Harbours & Navigable Inland Waterways For these small numbers of cases, consultation should be carried out with the appropriate authorities regarding any special provisions that might be necessary.

m) Fixture Family The Consultant shall design all street lighting projects with an aim to propose no more than three different optimised LED luminaire types, ideally two whenever possible. Only larger projects with multiple road types may justify more luminaire types, but must be justified to The Department for approval at Preliminary Design Stage or earlier.

In cases where a single fixture can be proposed instead of a twin-fixture arrangement, or a twin-fixture arrangement can be proposed instead of a triple-fixture arrangement, the Consultant shall always select the option of least fixtures as, regardless of the overall load being similar or the same, this is both more economic with regards project infrastructure cost as well as ongoing operational expenditure. The Department will not accept additional fixture quantities when it is possible to achieve the project requirements with less

n) Curved Roads For curved roads the Consultant shall initially undertake street lighting calcs for straight road sections to the same cross-sectional dimensions and once the correct luminance/design levels are achieved note the associated illuminance levels and apply an arrangement to the curved layouts to achieve similar illuminance distribution using DiaLux’s Exterior calculation option with imported CAD dxf/dwg overlays of the project.

o) Cost Analysis The Consultant shall as requested by The Department provide full cost analysis including payback assessments as required for the project and in accordance with the instructions given by The Department.

Project Submission Requirement:- Ensure all the above criteria and recommedations for the specific project are applied as applicable.

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking 4.3 Schedule of Lighting Levels To BS-EN/CEN5489

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

4.3 Schedule of Lighting Levels

To BS-EN/CEN5489 & BS-EN/CEN13201 Standards/Road Classes & aligned USDM Designations* 3

 
 

Minimum Average Design Level:

Uniformity

Longitudinal

Pole Heights, Spacings & Priority Arrangements* 2

Area/Roadway Type/ Lighting Class

Ratio

Uniformity

TI* 1

SR

(EIR* 9 )

Luminance(L)=CD/m 2

(Minimum to

(Minimum to

 

Illumination(Em)=LUX

Average)

Maximum)

   

Highways/Freeways (100Kph or higher)

CEN Lighting Class ME2* 3

1.0

CD/m 2

     

≥0.5

20m Pole Height 80-95m Spacing Median Arrangement* 8

(Conflict Areas 30Lux)

Uo≥0.4

Ul ≥ 0.7

10%

(≥0.35* 9 )

Major Arterials (80Kph)

1.0

CD/m 2

 

Ul ≥ 0.7

 

≥0.5

20m Pole Height 80-95m Spacing Median Arrangement* 8

CEN Lighting Class ME2* 3

(Conflict Areas & Crosswalks 30Lux)

Uo≥0.4

10%

(≥0.35* 9 )

Arterials (60Kph) (USDM: Boulevards)

CEN Lighting Class ME2* 3

1.2

CD/m 2

       

14m Pole Height 55-69m Spacing Median Arrangement* 8

(Conflict Areas & Crosswalks 30Lux)

Uo≥0.4

Ul ≥ 0.7

10%

0.5

(≥0.35* 9 )

Secondary Arterial (USDM: Avenues)

CEN Lighting Class ME3a* 3

0.8

CD/m 2

       

14m Pole Height 55-69m Spacing Median Arrangement* 8

(Conflict Areas & Crosswalks 20 Lux)

Uo≥0.4

Ul ≥ 0.7

15%

0.5

(≥0.3* 9 )

Sector Internal Roads (USDM: Streets)

CEN Lighting Class ME4a* 3

0.4

CD/m 2

       

10m Pole Height 40-49m Spacing Single-Sided

(Conflict Areas & Crosswalks 15Lux)

Uo≥0.4

Ul ≥ 0.6

15%

0.5

(≥0.3* 9 )

Access Lanes (USDM)

CEN Lighting Class ME5* 3

0.3

CD/m 2

       

10m Pole Height 40-49m Spacing Single-Sided

(Conflict Areas &

Crosswalks 15Lux)

Uo≥0.4

Ul ≥ 0.4

15%

0.5

(≥0.3* 9 )

Traffic Conflict Areas

         

To Match Road(s) ideally, otherwise lower (10, 14 & 20m only) heights used

(Ramps, Intersections, Roundabouts etc.)

Per Road Type as stated above

Uo≥0.4

N/A

15%

If appli-

cable

Under Bridges* 4

     

Match

 

To Match Road/Soffit- mounted* 4

Match Road Luminance

Uo≥0.4

Match road

road

N/A

Cross Walks

Per Road Type as stated Plus vertical matching Lux level* 6

       

Provided by Road Lighting (or by dedicated supplementary lighting if required* 7 )

(Pedestrian/Zebra Crossings etc.)

Uo≥0.4

N/A

N/A

N/A

Car Parking

           

(Parking Lots/Off-Street Bays)

5/10/15 Lux: Low/ Med/High Risk* 5

Uo≥0.4

N/A

N/A

N/A

10m Pole Height

Car Parking

Match Road Surface’s equivalent Lux level

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

From Road Lighting/To Match Adjacent Road

(On-Street Parallel/Angular)

Uo≥0.4

Cycle Lanes/Paths

3-5 Lux + 1.5-2 Lux Vertical* 6

Uo≥0.25

N/A

N/A

N/A

As Design Proposal

Sidewalks/Pedestrian

3-5 Lux + 1.5-2 Lux Vertical* 6

         

Pathways

Uo≥0.2

N/A

N/A

N/A

As Design Proposal

(N/A = Not Applicable)

Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual Issue-1: dated 14 th February 2016

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Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Notes to Table 4.3 * 1 A

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Notes to Table 4.3

* 1 A 5% increase in minimum Threshold Increment may be permitted with project justifications.

* 2 All projects shall be designed with the priority arrangements, however alternative arrangements can be proposed as long as there is a justification provided for a deviation based on a specific project constraint/reason:

e.g. excessive median width and/or number of lanes, planned/future LRT or Metro for median or with extensive public realm elements distant to road edges. Maximum boom length shall be 1.5m and maximum tilt angle 5- degrees from the horizontal unless agreed otherwise by The Department.

* 3 Closest BS-EN/CEN class to use as a basis within DiaLux lighting calculations. However all base levels (CDm 2 /Lux, Uo, Ul, TI, SR) must be manually adjusted to exactly match those within the Abu Dhabi Lighting Manual table for all calculations to show correct pass/fail reports for project submissions to The Department.

* 4 Only for situations where the street lighting requirements are required for nighttime only and the distance allowances of the bridge underside are not exceeded to designate them underpasses/tunnels. Refer to Part-1 Section-B for all tunnels and underpasses. In addition; if any fixtures are soffit-mounted types, the the fixture technical criteria within Section-B shall be refered to in full.

* 5 For Parking Lot/Bay risk-category assessment for a project, Consultant shall refer to Chapter-G, Clause 9.0 within the DMA Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook.

* 6 Vertical Lux calculations where required shall be checked and submitted using the DiaLux Ev (Vertical Illuminance) output report options for all directions (Ev-West, Ev-North, Ev-East & Ev-South) to prove the average table values are achieved for all view directions.

* 7 Provision of the appropriate cross walk LUX level should be designed to be naturally achieved from the road lighting system/luminaires where ever possible, so no separate dedicated lighting is required. This could also be achieved by the optimum siting of crossings within the street’s pole arrangement if needed as per the lighting calculation LUX-distribution values. However if dedicated supplementary lighting is needed to achieve the required LUX level, then these must be integrated as part of the crossing system using their infrastructure where possible and in these cases all supplementary fixtures must be LED be chosen with a contrasting CCT to the street lighting fixtures and meet the same technical criteria as street lighting luminaires as set out within this Manual Section.

* 8 All straight two-way roads from an Avenue class upwards that have a posted speed limit of 60kpm or higher and have a median less than 8m in width must consider the potential night-time disabling glare issue of oncoming vehicle headlights. Any roads of such type cannot be proposed with medians devoid of all fencing or vertical objects (barriers/planting etc.) which if present can physically block the headlights of traffic travelling in opposite directions to one another refer to Clause 4.2 item e).

* 9 The SR (Surround Ratio) system may be replaced in the future within DiaLux with the improved EIR (Edge Illuminance Ratio) system from EN-13201-2. Therefore depending on the version of DiaLux being used, both SR and EIR values are shown in this table and must be used and met as applicable for the road category and system.

Project Submission Requirement:- Ensure complete compliance with the table and associated notes for all lighting designs and lighting calculations undertaken for projects. Citing any justifications for design decisions where described above within any project street lighting reports and within the DiaLux lighting calculation output reports described with Clause 4.6.

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking 4.4 Maintenance Factors Note: Maintenance Factor (

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

4.4 Maintenance Factors

Note: Maintenance Factor (MF) and Light Loss Factor (LLF) are the same. Previous use of the term LLF is now replaced by MF in the Lighting Manual in line with modern International standards/practice.

MF = LLD x LDD (Lamp Lumen Depreciation x Luminaire Dirt Depreciation)

Project Maintenance Factors for DESIGN lighting calculations shall never be assumed, nor default values used in any lighting calculations submitted to The Department. All Maintenance Factors shall be calculated and justified in accordance with the requirements of this Clause.

LLD (Lamp Lumen Depreciation)

The following method shall be used to determine the Lamp Lumen Depreciation component of the Maintenance Factor used in the DiaLux lighting design software calculation:

The Consultant shall demonstrate the 50,000 hour lumen depreciation of the luminaire at 100% output at an average night time temperature (T q ) of 35°C (Takes into account the annual average recorded night time temperature for Abu Dhabi Emirate plus safety allowance). The methodology to be used is as follows:

a) The manufacturer shall submit a Thermal Report to a suitable reference & standard agreed by The Department, showing the highest T s (solder point temperature of an LED) recorded within the luminaire, usually at the centre of the fitting and the centre of the PCB or what would appear logically to be the hottest region of the optical compartment. This thermal test will be conducted at 25°C ambient.

b) 10°C shall then be added to the hottest recorded T s to simulate the required average night time temperature of 35°C.

c) The LM-80 report from the chip manufacturer shall be provided showing the associated Alpha and Beta (α and β) figures for each of the three T s measurements namely, 55°C, 85°C and 105°C at the proposed driving current. The most appropriate higher Alpha and Beta will be chosen for the T s + 10°C. (Note: figures from “Energy Star” type calculations can only be submitted as an additional verification of the required LM-80 report derived figures, never as an alternative to LM-80).

Example; if a thermal test shows a T s of 68°C measured at 25°C ambient at 500mA drive current, then 10°C is added to give 78°C. In this case the most appropriate Alpha and Beta figures would be the LM-80 data for a T s of 85°C at 500mA. Any T s measurements that exceed 105°C (including the added 10°C for T q 35°C) will not be permitted.

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking d) These Alphas and Betas will then

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

d) These Alphas and Betas will then be applied to the TM-21 formula which calculates the expected lumen output at 50,000 hours. The TM-21 equation to be used is: Lxx = β e^ (-αt) (with t = 50,000 hours)

e) This lumen output (percentage) figure (Lxx) shall then be used as the LLD component (Lamp Lumen Depreciation) which forms part of the MF to be used in all DESIGN calculations. The LLD must be ≥0.70 or the fixture will not be allowed for use on Department projects.

Project Submission Requirement:- As per the stated process, provide the following:

Thermal Test Report at 25°C detailing the highest T s within the luminaire. LM-80 Report from chip manufacturer with α & β for the proposed driving current. TM-21 Calculation as per the given formula.

LDD (Luminaire Dirt Depreciation)

The following table shall be used to justify the appropriate Luminaire Dirt Depreciation (LDD) in accordance with the external optical material of the specific fixture and the appropriate pollution category for the specific project. The appropriate value shall be selected from the table and inputted as the LDD component of the Maintenance Factor with selection explained within the MF written justification.

*Unless specifically informed otherwise by The Department, or with another justifiable reason, assume Cleaning Interval as 24-months.

 

Fixture With Glass External Optic

Fixture Without Glass External Optic

Project Pollution Category

Project Pollution Category

Cleaning Interval

High

Medium

Low

High

Medium

Low

6 months

0.95

0.96

0.98

0.92

0.93

0.94

12

months

0.93

0.94

0.97

0.91

0.92

0.93

18

months

0.91

0.92

0.96

0.9

0.91

0.92

24 months*

0.90

0.91

0.95

0.88

0.89

0.91

36

months

0.89

0.91

0.95

0.83

0.87

0.90

Project Pollution Category:

High

MediumHigh density residential, light commercial/industrial, coastal areas

Low- low-density city residential, Park/island areas

Remote/desert areas, major city centres, heavy industrial areas

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide a written report of the calculated Maintenance Factor (for every different luminaire proposed) as per the above instructions for the LLD and LDD components and ensure these Maintenance Factors are used in all DESIGN lighting calculations in which the particular LED luminaire is proposed.

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking 4.5 DESIGN & DAY-1 Calculation Outputs DESIGN

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

4.5 DESIGN & DAY-1 Calculation Outputs

DESIGN Defined as the Lighting Design Calculation; assuming 50,000 hours of luminaire operation at 35C average ambient temperature (Takes into account the annual average recorded night time temperature for Abu Dhabi Emirate plus safety allowance). DiaLux calculations shall use the derived MF value(s) as calculated under the requirements set out in 4.4 above and with these MFs used designs shall achieve the Minimum Average Design Levels, Uniformities and other applicable parameters set out within Table 4.2.

DAY 1 Defined as the initial luminance/illuminance values. DiaLux calculations shall use an MF of 1.0 in all calculations. These calculations are 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, but required for information for The Department as described under Clause 5.

4.6 Project Lighting Design Calculations

The Consultant shall undertake all necessary lighting calculations for the project based on the specific requirements set out within all of Section-A Clause 4.

All lighting calculations shall be undertaken using DiaLux lighting design software, using the Street Scene and Exterior Scene calculation sections, or both, as appropriate. DiaLux is certified Freeware and can be obtained from www.dial.de or direct from luminaire manufacturers.

Note: DiaLux Evo can also be used if required as is especially useful in representing whole areas made up of adjacent streets, intersections, parking areas etc. However it can only be submitted as an additional report to DiaLux if useful in justifying particular aspects for a submission.

DiaLux lighting calculations (at 100% luminaire output) for a project shall be issued within a single DiaLux-generated report format and the Consultant shall comply with the following requirements:

All Company Details and Project Set-Up information shall be entered in full

Designer’s details and contact information shall be entered in full

Project Notes section to be filled in for all justifications/notes required

Each separate street/parking/conflict area calculation to be titled logically for the project and cross-referenced to project drawings/reports specifically

For street calculations the CIE/EN Standards option shall always be selected

Table 4.3 and associated notes shall form the basis of all calculations with base variables (CDm 2 /Lux, Uo, Ul, TI & SR/EIR) manually adapted from defaults using the “Insert

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Optimised Luminaire Arrangement ” function from the

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Optimised Luminaire Arrangement” function from the DiaLux menu as necessary to exactly match Table 4.3

Clause 4.5 calculated Maintenance Factors only shall form the basis of all entered MF(LLF) values used and replace any DiaLux default values

All street element cross-sectional dimensions shall be inputted exactly as per the project

Pole offsets shall exactly match those for the project

Maximum tilt angle allowed for street fixtures shall be 5-degrees

Maximum boom length allowed for street fixtures shall be 1.5m unless specific project justifications given for longer overhang requirements

Tarmac Street-Coating type to always remain as the DiaLux default: R3 (q0 0.07) and not to be changed to any other value

Uniformity Coating on Wet Roadways is irrelevant to lighting calculation results and therefore can be ignored and left as software default values

Both DAY-1 and DESIGN calculations shall be undertaken for every calculation and suitably labelled in the report. Refer to Clause 4.5 for details of requirements and reasons

Project Output Report for submissions shall always include the following selected minimum options as and where applicable (These are DiaLux standard Output Report Options to be selected before generating the report):

Project

Project Cover Table of Contents Luminaire Parts List (overall project) Luminaire Data Sheet(s) Per Street Calculation for roadways/sidewalks/bicycle lanes (DESIGN) Planning Data Luminaire Parts List Photometric Results 3D Rendering False Colour Rendering Valuation Fields: Isolines (L)* 1 Valuation Fields: Value Chart (L) * 1 Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) Valuation Fields: Isolines (Ev West) * 2 Valuation Fields: Isolines (Ev North) * 2 Valuation Fields: Isolines (Ev East) * 2 Valuation Fields: Isolines (Ev South) * 2 Per Street Calculation for roadways/sidewalks/bicycle lanes (DAY-1) Valuation Fields/Observer1/Observer2 etc.: Isolines (L) * 1 Valuation Fields/Observer1/Observer2 etc.: Value Chart (L) * 1

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Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart

Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) Per Parking Lot/Conflict Area Calculation (DESIGN) Planning Data Luminaire Parts List Photometric Results 3D Rendering False Colour Rendering Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) Per Parking Lot/Conflict Area Calculation (DAY-1) Valuation Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E)

Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2
Fields: Isolines (E) Valuation Fields: Value Chart (E) * 1 Required only for roadways * 2

* 1 Required only for roadways * 2 Required only for sidewalks and cycle lanes and areas covering a designated crosswalk

Project Submission Requirement:- Provide the Dialux Lighting Calculation Output Report fully in adhereance to the above requirements in PDF format. In addition, provide the source .DLX file (DiaLux file) alongside the PDF Report in all submissions to The Department.

5. Project Site Verification Requirements

5.1 Site Lighting Measurement

The Contractor shall conduct a Field Performance test of the lighting installation(s) immediately after ADDC/AADC grid-energisation of the system, in the presence of a qualified project Consultant representaive. A representative from The Department is required only for Department projects (not for Third-Party Projects unless specifically requested or agreed by The Department), with invitations/arrangements agreed with The Department at least two- weeks prior to the proposed test date.

The test results shall meet the lighting design requirements identified in Clause 4 of this Section and match the Approved DAY-1 lighting calculation output report values submitted. If dimming forms part of the project, then the initial pre-programmed dimming levels (Set as per Manual Part-1 Section-D for the project) shall also each be activated and the respective % illuminance(Lux) value compared to the 100% illuminance(Lux) level of each pre-programed % dimming level recorded. This is to compare the relationship between programmed dimming levels and actual site recorded corresponding lighting levels (LED luminaires do not always dim in a linear manner). This is to provide the data to aid any future adjustment of the pre-

Part-1 Section-A – Lighting for Roadways & Parking programmed levels required by The Department. Refer

Part-1 Section-A Lighting for Roadways & Parking

programmed levels required by The Department.

Refer to the DMA Abu Dhabi Public Realm & Street Lighting Handbook for guidance on Lighting Maintenance and Lighting Performance Verification. Handbook Chapters L, and M.

Site measurements shall be undertaken to CIE 30-2 rather than using CIE 140 or EN 12489 as the latter standards require three times the site point-measurements with negligable benefit to average results for the significant additional time required to complete tests . However CIE 140 or EN 12489 can be used as the basis if preferred, with the additional measurements tabulated in suitably expanded Report tables and the measurement standard stated.

The Department will take appropriate actions if the specified project lighting levels are not achieved/exceeded and the Contractor will have to undertake remedial action to address the problems at his cost and without delay to the Contract.

Warning: Under no circumstances shall any LED luminaires be directly connected to a temporary generator for field testing, nor should they be energised via a temporary generator without seeking fixture manufacturer approval, as the output from many generators on start- up can permanently damage the luminaire components and thus render the fixture warranties void.

Temporary generator energisation can only be undertaken with prior and written confirmation obtained from the fixture manufacturer stating they approve that their fixtures can be energised by this means with details of the specific generator used and method statement for connection and energisation.

The Contractor is fully responsible for all electrical connections to the LED fixtures and if damage is caused to fixtures due to ignoring this warning will have to undertake remedial action to replace any affected luminaires at his cost and without delay to the Contract.