SECTION 12493 [12 24 00]
S-E2 DUAL ROLLER MOTORIZED WINDOW SHADES
PART 1 GENERAL
1.A.Motorized, roll-up fabric interior window shades including motor operator, controls, and mounting hardware.
2.A.Section 06100 [06 10 00] – Rough Carpentry: Blocking for support of window shade hardware.
2.B.Section 07900 [07 90 00] – Joint Sealers: Sealants for perimeter of shade system.
2.C.Section 09260 [09 21 23] – Gypsum Board Assemblies: Suspended gypsum board ceilings to contain recessed window shade pockets.
2.D.Section 09510 [09 51 23] – Acoustical Tile Ceilings: Suspended acoustical panel ceilings to contain recessed window shade pockets.
2.E.Section 11132 [11 52 13] – Motorized Projection Screens: Motorized projection screens to be interfaced with shade controls.
2.F.Section 11132 [11 52 13] – Motorized Projector Lifts: Motorized projector lifts and mounts to be interfaced with shade controls.
2.G.Division 16  – Electrical: Electrical supply, conduit, and wiring for motorized window shades.
3.A.NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code.
3.B.NFPA 701-99 – Fire Tests for Flame-Resistant Textiles and Films.
3.C.GREENGUARD Environmental Institute Gold.
3.D.US Green Building Council.
4.A.Submit under provisions of Section 01330 [01 33 26] – Submittal Procedures:
4.B.Product Data: Manufacturer’s data sheets on each product specified, including:
4.B.1.Preparation instructions and recommendations.
4.B.2.Installation and maintenance instructions.
4.B.3.Styles, material descriptions, dimensions of individual components, profiles, features, finishes and operating instructions.
4.B.4.Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
4.B.5.Mounting details and installation methods.
4.B.6.Typical wiring diagrams including integration of motor controllers with building management system, audiovisual and lighting control systems as applicable.
4.C.Shop Drawings: Plans, elevations, sections, product details, installation details, operational clearances, wiring diagrams and relationship to adjacent work.
4.D.LEED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the requirements of Credit will be met.
4.E.Window Treatment Schedule: For all roller shades. Use same room designations as indicated on the Drawings, field verified window dimensions, quantities, type of shade, controls, fabric, and color, and include opening sizes and key to typical mounting details.
4.F.Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of shade cloth options and aluminum finish color samples representing manufacturer’s full range of available colors and patterns.
4.G.Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of shade components, unassembled, demonstrating compliance with specified requirements. Shade fabric sample and aluminum finish sample as selected, representing actual product, color, and patterns. Mark face of material to indicate interior faces.
4.H.Maintenance Data: Methods for maintaining roller shades, precautions regarding cleaning materials and methods, instructions for operating hardware and controls.
4.I.Manufacturer’s Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
5.A.Manufacturer Qualifications: Obtain roller shades through one source from a single manufacturer with a minimum of twenty years’ experience in manufacturing products comparable to those specified in this section.
5.B.NFPA Flame-Test: Passes NFPA 701. Materials tested shall be identical to products proposed for use.
5.C.Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up of one of each type roller shade assembly specified for evaluation of mounting, appearance and accessories.
5.C.1.Locate mock-up in window(s) designated by Architect.
5.C.2.Do not proceed with remaining work until mock-up is accepted by Architect.
1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
6.A.Do not deliver window shades until building is enclosed and construction within spaces where shades will be installed is substantially complete.
6.B.Deliver products in manufacturer’s original, unopened, undamaged containers with labels intact.
6.C.Label containers and shades according to Window Shade Schedule.
6.D.Store products in manufacturer’s unopened packaging until ready for installation.
7.A.Ensure that locating templates and other information required for installation of products of this section are furnished to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
7.B.Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
8.A.Install roller shades after finish work and ambient temperature, humidity and ventilation conditions are maintained at levels recommended for project upon completion.
9.A.Hardware and Shade Fabric: See Fabric Sample.
9.B.Motors and Controls: IBDC’s standard five-year limited warranty.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
1.A.Acceptable Manufacturer: Installations by DC, LLC. 5101 Chase Avenue, Downers Grove, IL 60515. Office 630-323-2581, dcinstallations.com
1.B. Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
1.C.Substitutions: Not permitted.
1.D.Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01600.
2.2 MOTORIZED WINDOW SHADES
2.A.Type: Motorized vertical roll-up, fabric, window shade with motors, controls, mounting brackets, and other components necessary for complete installation; Motorized manufactured by Installations by DC LLC.
2.A.2.Endcaps and fascia.
2.A.3.Endcaps and ceiling/wall headbox.
2.A.4.Ceiling pocket headbox.
2.B.Shade Motor and Control System
2.B.1. DRM, DRMP, & MBOII DC. 24V DC quiet motor with built-in radio receiver. Tubular motor concealed inside each shade roller tube.
2.B.1.a.Individual Control, Group Control and Individual and Group Control:
2.B.1.a.1)1-channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.2)1-channel wireless handheld transmitter-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.3)2-channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.4)2-channel wireless handheld transmitter-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.5)3-channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.6)3-channel wireless handheld transmitter-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.7)4-channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.8)4-channel wireless handheld transmitter-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.9)5-channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.10)5-channel wireless handheld transmitter-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.11)1-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.12)1-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-Black.
2.B.1.a.13)5-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.14)5-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-Black.
2.B.1.a.15)16-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-White.
2.B.1.a.16)16-Channel wireless handheld transmitter-Silver.
2.B.1.a.17)1 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-White.
2.B.1.a.18)1 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.19)2 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-White.
2.B.1.a.20)2 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.21)3 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-White.
2.B.1.a.22)3 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.23)4 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-White.
2.B.1.a.24)4 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-Ivory
2.B.1.a.25)5 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-White.
2.B.1.a.26)5 channel wireless wall switch for radio motor control-Ivory.
2.B.1.a.27)RS-232/Dry Contact – Allows for full control of radio motor shade via RS-232/dry contact interface.
2.B.1.a.28)Wireless Sun Sensor – Allows operation of one group of radio motors per sensor.
2.B.1.a.29)Wireless Timer – Allows operation of one group of radio motors per timer.
2.B.1.a.30)Repeater, 1 per project to extend range of transmitters
2.B.1.a.31)(URTSI II) Universal Interface – Allows for full control of radio motor shade via RS-232/485 or IR signals.
2.B.1.b.Transformer (24V DC ONLY):
(2.B.1.b.1.a)1 Motor – Wall Type.
(2.B.1.b.1.b)1 Motor – Floor Type.
2.B.2.24V DC ST30 Dry Contact Motor – 24V DC quiet motor with dry contact for connection to third party control systems. Tubular motor concealed inside each shade roller tube. 2 Nm of torque.
2.B.2.a.Individual Control, Group Control, and Individual and Group Control:
2.B.2.a.1)3-button dry contact switch (white) for up/stop/down control, limit setting, and motor speed control of a shade. Third party controllers can be connected to a secondary 4 wire terminal block located on the switch.
2.B.2.a.2)3-button dry contact switch (ivory) for up/stop/down control, limit setting, and motor speed control of a shade. Third party controllers can be connected to a secondary 4 wire terminal block located on the switch.
2.B.2.a.3)Dry contact motor limit setting tool.
(2.B.2.b.1.a)1 Motor – Wall Type.
(2.B.2.b.1.b)1 Motor – Floor Type.
2.B.3.Model: RS 485 Motor – 24V DC quiet motor with built-in intelligence for RS 485 control. Tubular motor concealed inside each shade roller tube. 4 Nm of torque.
2.B.3.a.Individual Control, Group Control and Individual and Group Control:
2.B.3.a.1)6 Button RS 485 switch- for up/stop/down control. 3 presets
2.B.3.a.2)8 button RS 485 switch- for up/stop/down. 5 presets.
2.B.3.a.3)0-10V control by lighting control system.
2.B.3.a.4)32-point BACnet interface-Control of up to 32 groups with feedback via BACnet over IP.
2.B.3.a.5)Somfy Digital Network. SDN system of window shades with intelligent motors linked to an IP interface box and other input devices for automated glare control.
(2.B.3.a.5.a.1)Data Hub for 485 Motor
(2.B.3.a.5.a.2)5-Way RJ45 Splitter
(2.B.3.a.5.b.1)SDN Data Panel
(2.B.3.a.5.c.1)Somfy Connect BMS Interface
(2.B.3.a.5.c.2)Somfy Connect LTI
(2.B.3.a.5.c.3)Z Wave Digital Motor Interface (ZDMI)
(2.B.3.a.5.c.4)Zigbee to RS485 (ZBDMI)
(2.B.3.a.5.c.5)RTS Receiver for 485
(2.B.3.a.5.c.6)SDN 6 button wall switch (Preprogrammed for master control)
(2.B.3.a.5.c.7)SDN 8 button wall switch
(2.B.3.a.5.c.8)Somfy Connect UAI Plus
(2.B.3.a.5.d.1)Bus Power Supply, 24V, 1A
(2.B.3.a.5.d.2)SDN Power over Ethernet Gateway
(2.B.3.a.5.e.1)Animeo IP Outside Sensor Box
(2.B.3.a.5.e.2)Animeo IP Inside Sensor Box
(2.B.3.a.5.e.3)Animeo IP Compact Sensor
(2.B.3.a.5.f)Animeo Building Controllers
(2.B.3.a.5.f.1)Animeo IP Building Controller
(2.B.3.a.5.f.2)Animeo IP Sub Controller
(2.B.3.a.5.g)Animeo User Interfaces
(2.B.3.a.5.g.1)Animeo IP RTS Receiver
(2.B.3.a.5.g.2)Animeo IP 6 button wall switch
(2.B.3.a.5.g.3)Animeo IP 8 button wall switch
2.B.3.b.Transformer (24V DC ONLY):
(2.B.3.b.1.a)1 Motor – Wall Type.
(2.B.3.b.1.b)1 Motor – Floor Type.
Dual roller endcaps. Endcaps for surface or recessed mounting of dual roller window shades. 1028 steel stamping.
2.C.1.a.1)Dual roller fascia. Endcaps with fascia designed for surface mounting of dual roller window shades.
(2.C.1.a.1.a)Endcaps: 1028 steel stamping.
(2.C.1.a.1.b)Fascia: L-shaped cover of extruded aluminum, .060 wall. Assembly snaps onto endcaps without exposed fasteners.
(2.C.1.a.1.c)Size: 4-3/4 inches deep x 7 inches high x length required by window opening.
(2.C.1.a.1.d)Finish: Powder coat.
2.C.1.a.2)Dual roller with pocket headbox. Pocket and endcaps designed for recessed ceiling installation of dual roller window shades.
(2.C.1.a.2.a)Material: 18-gauge steel.
(2.C.1.a.2.b.1)White Inside/Grey Outside with white ceiling flange.
(2.C.1.a.2.b.2)Grey Inside/White Outside with white ceiling tile flange.
(2.C.1.a.2.c)Small Size: 5-3/4 inches (146 mm) wide by 7-3/4 inches (197 mm) high.
(2.C.1.a.2.d)Large Size: 6-12 inches (165 mm) wide by 8-1/2 inches (216 mm) high.
(2.C.1.a.2.e)Closure Panel Aluminum, without exposed fasteners:
(2.C.1.a.2.f)Front Tile Flange.
(2.C.1.a.2.g)Left Tile Flange.
(2.C.1.a.2.h)Right Tile Flange.
(2.C.1.a.2.i)Pre-drilled Mounting Holes.
(2.C.1.a.2.j)Pre-drilled Ventilation holes.
(2.C.1.a.2.k)Aluminum “L” Channel
(2.C.1.a.2.l)Vinyl “L” Angle
(2.C.1.a.2.m)Aluminum “U” Channel
(2.C.1.a.2.n)Aluminum “H” Channel
2.C.1.a.3)Dual roller with ceiling/wall headbox. Fascia, L-shaped top/back, and endcaps designed for wall or ceiling installation of dual roller window shades.
(2.C.1.a.3.a)Endcaps: 1028 steel stamping.
(2.C.1.a.3.b)Fascia: L-shaped cover of bent steel. Assembly snaps onto endcaps without exposed fasteners.
(2.C.1.a.3.c)Size: 4-3/4 inches deep x 7 inches high x length required by window opening.
(2.C.1.a.3.d)Finish: Powder coat.
(2.C.1.a.3.e)Aluminum “L” Channel
(2.C.1.a.3.f)Vinyl “L” Angle
(2.C.1.a.3.g)Aluminum “U” Channel
(2.C.1.a.3.h)Aluminum “H” Channel
(2.C.1.a.4.a)Closed pocket elliptical slat: 1 inch (25 mm) aluminum elliptical slat inside of a 1-5/8-inch (41 mm) pocket with heat sealed ends.
(2.C.1.a.4.b)Open pocket elliptical slat: 1 inch (25mm) aluminum elliptical slat with plastic ends inside of a 1-5/8-inch (41 mm) pocket.
(2.C.1.a.4.c)Flat exposed hem bar: Small: 7/8-inch x 5/16-inch (22 mm x 8 mm) and Large 1-1/2 inch x 5/16 inch (38 mm x 8 mm) aluminum rectangular hem bar with plastic end caps.
(2.C.1.a.4.d)Round exposed hem bar: Small 5/8-inch (16 mm) and Large 13/16 inch (21 mm) aluminum with plastic end caps.
2.D.Roller: Fabricated from extruded aluminum or steel. Wall thickness and material selected by manufacturer to accommodate shade size. Provide with roller idler assembly of molded nylon and zinc-plated steel pin. Sliding pin to allow easy installation and removal of roller. Fabric connected to the roller tube with LSE (low surface energy) double sided adhesive specifically developed to attach coated textiles to metal. Adhesive attachment to eliminate horizontal impressions in fabric.
3.A.Color and pattern: __________, No. _____.
3.B.Color and pattern: As indicated in Color Schedule on Drawings.
3.C.Color and pattern: As selected by Architect from manufacturer’s standard range.
PART 3 EXECUTION
1.A.Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
1.B.If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
2.A.Coordinate requirements for blocking and structural supports to ensure adequate means for installation of window shades.
2.B.Coordinate requirements for blocking, construction of shade pockets, and structural supports to ensure adequate means for installation of window shades.
2.C.Coordinate installation of recessed shade pockets with construction of suspended acoustical panel ceilings specified in Section 09510.
2.D.Coordinate installation of recessed shade pockets with construction of suspended gypsum board ceilings specified in Section 09260.
2.E.Coordinate requirements for power supply conduit, and wiring required for window shade motors and controls.
3.A.Install in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
3.B.Install roller shades level, plumb, square, and true. Allow proper clearances for window operation hardware.
3.C.1.Install shade pockets prior to installation of suspended ceiling system. Attach to supporting structure with screws through top of pocket at 24 inches (610 mm) minimum centers.
3.C.2.Install shade pockets in conjunction with installation of suspended ceiling system. Attach to supporting structure with screws through top of pocket at 24 inches (610 mm) minimum centers.
3.C.3.Install corner pieces securely and in alignment with pockets.
3.C.4.Install pocket ends securely and in alignment with pockets.
3.C.5.After interior construction is essentially complete, install shade and operating mechanism in pocket.
3.D.Install the following items to conceal roller and operating mechanism. Do not use exposed fasteners.
3.E.Position shades level, plumb, and at proper height relative to adjacent construction. Secure with fasteners recommended by manufacturer.
3.4TESTING AND DEMONSTRATION
4.A.Test motorized window shades to verify that controls, limit switches, interface to other building systems, and other operating components are functional. Correct deficiencies.
4.B.Demonstrate operation of shades to Owner’s designated representatives.
5.A.Protect installed products until completion of project.
5.B.Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
6.A.Refer to Drawings for shade types and locations.