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Breakroom|Kitchen - ASHRAE 90.1 (2013) Compliant

On/Off Switching with Line Voltage Wallbox Product

Breakroom Stand-Alone Solution Reflected Ceiling Diagram

Bill Of Materials

Quantity

Part Number

Description

1

DSW-302 2-Relay Dual Tech Wall Box Occupancy Sensor

1

PW-301 1-Relay Wallbox PIR Occupancy Sensor

1

BZ-200 Power Pack, Receptacle Rated

Quantity

:

1

Part Number: DSW-302

Description

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2-Relay Dual Tech Wall Box Occupancy Sensor

Quantity

:

1

Part Number: PW-301

Description

:
1-Relay Wallbox PIR Occupancy Sensor

Quantity

:

1

Part Number: BZ-200

Description

:
Power Pack, Receptacle Rated

Code Requirements

Code

Description

9.4.1.1(a)

Local Control Device

9.4.1.1(b, c)

Manual On / Partial Auto On

9.4.1.1(d)

Bi-level Control

9.4.1.1(h)

Auto Full Off

9.4.1.3

Special Application Lighting

8.4.2

Auto Receptacle Control

Code

:

9.4.1.1(a)

Description

:

Local Control Device

Code

:

9.4.1.1(b, c)

Description

:

Manual On / Partial Auto On

Code

:

9.4.1.1(d)

Description

:

Bi-level Control

Code

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9.4.1.1(h)

Description

:

Auto Full Off

Code

:

9.4.1.3

Description

:

Special Application Lighting

Code

:

8.4.2

Description

:

Auto Receptacle Control

Sequence of Operation

  1. Lighting (a) auto On for 50% illumination and controlled receptacles auto On when occupancy detected.
  2. Manual On/Off and bi-level 50% control of general lighting (a, b) with wall switch occupancy sensor.
  3. Manual On/Off control of under cabinet lighting (c) with wall switch occupancy sensor.
  4. Auto off all lighting and controlled receptacles within 15 minutes of occupants leaving.

Design Considerations

  1. A ceiling or corner mount occupancy sensor with power pack and low voltage switch can be used instead of the wall switch occupancy sensor for larger rooms or to achieve a more specific area of occupancy detection coverage.
  2. When lighting power in the primary sidelight area is 150 W or greater, it must have automatic daylight responsive controls installed for all general lighting in that area.
  3. Receptacle control can be designed using either an RF transmitter with receptacle RF receivers, or can be hardwired to receptacles using a receptacle rated Power Pack.
  4. Time scheduling, demand response and remote programming/diagnostic functions are available using Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management networked products.