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ARISTA™

Energy Code Compliance

NOTE: Please refer to the complete Energy Code documentation for detailed guidance regarding specifics and exceptions to each regulation.


Table of Contents

ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2019

  • On/Off Control and Occupancy Sensing
  • Light Level Control
  • Plug Load Control

IECC 2018

  • On/Off Control and Occupancy Sensing
  • Light Level Control

California Energy Commission Title 24-2019 Part 6

  • On/Off Control and Occupancy Sensing
  • Light Level Control
  • Plug Load Control

ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2019

ASHRAE 90.1-2019 is a residential and commercial building energy code that is designed to reduce energy consumption. The goal of this code is to reduce energy consumption by outlining design and construction requirements for lighting controls. The use of lighting controls such as occupancy status sensors, daylighting controls, and scheduled/manual inputs are required to achieve ASHRAE 90.1-2019 compliance.

ON/OFF CONTROL and OCCUPANCY SENSING

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
9.4.1.1 Automatic Full On (Occupancy Sensing Mode) Lighting is permitted to automatically turn to full ON.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DH-BT Dual Loop Daylight Harvester
9.4.1.1.a Local Control There should be one or more readily accessible manual lighting controls in each space.
9.4.1.1.b/c Manual On / Partial Auto On Requires the general lighting to be manually turned on, or automatically turned on up to 50%.
9.4.1.1.g Automatic Partial Off Lighting power shall be automatically reduced by at least 50% within 20 minutes of vacancy.
9.4.1.1.h Automatic Full Off All lighting must be shut off within 20 minutes of vacancy.
9.4.1.1.i/j Scheduled Shutoff / Off During Non-Business Hours (Programmable Timeclock) All lighting shall be automatically shut off during periods when the space is scheduled to be unoccupied using a programmable timeclock or signal from another control device (such as a security system).
9.4.1.4 Exterior Lighting Control (Timeclock, Photocontrol) Exterior lighting shall be controlled as a function of the astronomical time clock (dusk, dawn, opening, closing) and photocontrols.

LIGHT LEVEL CONTROL

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
9.4.1.1.d Bi-level Control (0-10v Dimming) The general lighting shall use continuous dimming or have at least one intermediate step between 30-70% power in addition to full on and full off.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DH-BT Dual Loop Daylight Harvester
9.4.1.1.e/f Automatic Daylight Control (Photocontrol) In primary side daylit general lighting zones using more than 150W (or using more than 300W within the primary and secondary daylit zones), daylight must be harvested using photocontrols. In top daylit general lighting zones using more than 150W, daylight must be harvested using photocontrols.
9.4.1.2.b Automatic Vacancy Dimming Lighting power should be automatically reduced by a minimum of 30% when no activity is detected after 20 minutes. Lighting zones cannot exceed 3,600 sq. ft.
9.4.1.2.c Automatic Sunrise / Sunset Dimming Lighting for covered vehicle entrances and exits should be automatically reduced by 50% from sunrise to sunset.

PLUG LOAD CONTROL

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
8.4.2 Automatic Receptacle Control 50% of all receptacles and 25% of modular furniture feeders must be turned off 20 minutes after vacancy.

Intermatic Controls

  • ET2700 Series
  • ET2800 Series
  • ET90000 Series

Provides scheduled control either at circuit level or receptacle level, provides capability for 2 hour timed manual override

IECC 2018

The International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) 2018 is a residential and commercial building energy code that has been adopted by many states and municipalities. The goal of this code is to reduce energy consumption by outlining design and construction requirements for lighting controls. The use of lighting controls such as occupancy status sensors, daylighting controls, and scheduled/manual inputs are required to achieve IECC 2018 compliance.

ON/OFF CONTROL and OCCUPANCY SENSING

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
C405.2.1.1.3 Manual Controls There must be one or more readily accessible manual lighting control(s) in each space.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
C405.2.1.1.2 Manual ON / partial auto ON (Vacancy Sensing Mode) The general lighting must either be manually turned ON, or automatically turned ON to no more than 50%.
C405.2.1.1.2 Automatic Full ON (Occupancy Sensing Mode) Lighting is permitted to automatically turn to full ON.
C405.2.1.1.1 Automatic Full Off All lighting must be shut OFF within 20 minutes of vacancy.
C405.2.1.2 Automatic Partial Off Lighting loads must be automatically reduced by at least 50% within 20 minutes of vacancy
C405.2.1.3 Open Plan Office Areas Occupancy sensing controls are required in open office areas and must control separate zones, dim lighting power and automatically turn lights off after 20 minutes when a space is vacant. Zones cannot exceed 600 sq. ft.
C405.2.2 Time-switch controls (such as programmable timeclock) All lighting must be programmed to shut OFF automatically when a space is vacant by using a programmable timeclock or signal from another control device (such as a security system).
C405.2.2.2 Occupant Sensor Control in More Spaces In addition to the previously required areas in IECC 2015, Occupancy sensors are now required in break rooms, enclosed offices, warehouse storage areas, and the Open Office environments outlined above.

LIGHT LEVEL CONTROL

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
C405.2.3.1.4 Bi-level control (i.e. 0-10v dimming) Lighting must have at least one intermediate step power that is at least 15% of full power, in addition to full ON and full OFF.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DH-BT Dual Loop Daylight Harvester
C405.2.3 Daylight-responsive controls (i.e. photocontrols) Inside daylighting zones with greater than 150W (or greater than 300W within the primary and secondary daylighting zones), daylight must be harvested using photocontrols. In top daylighting zones with greater than 150W, daylight must be harvested using photocontrols.

California Energy Commission Title 24-2019 Part 6

Title 24-2019 is a residential and commercial building energy code that is designed to reduce energy consumption. The goal of this code is to reduce energy consumption by outlining design and construction requirements for lighting controls. The use of lighting controls such as occupancy status sensors, daylighting controls, demand response, and scheduled/manual inputs are required to achieve CEC Title 24 compliance.

ON/OFF CONTROL and OCCUPANCY SENSING

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
130.1(a) Local Manual Switch Luminaires must be controlled with accessible manual on/off local control. Each space and area enclosed by ceiling-height partitions must be independently controlled. NOTE: General lighting must be separately controlled from all other lighting systems in an area. Floor and wall display, window display, case display, track, ornamental, and special effects lighting should be separately controlled and placed on circuits that are 20 amps or less.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
130.1(b) Multi-Level Control Lighting of any enclosed area 100 square feet or larger with more than one luminaire and a load greater than 0.5 W per square foot should provide multi-level lighting control that meets uniformity requirements in accordance with Title 24 Table 130.1-A. Lighting control cannot override local on/off or any other control requirements.
130.1(c) Shut-Off Lighting must be controlled by either 1) an occupant sensing control, 2) automatic time-switch control with 2-hour maximum override and holiday scheduling, or 3) other control capable of automatically shutting off lighting. Indoor shut-off zones must be separated using ceiling high partitions and can be no larger than one floor with a maximum of 5,000 square feet. NOTE: Countdown timer switches shall not be used to comply with the automatic shut-off control requirements in Section 130.1(c)1, except in single-stall bathrooms and closets that are less than 70 sq. ft. where the lights must shut off within ten minutes, or in a server aisle/room where the lights must shut off within 30 minutes.
130.1(c)5/6/7 Sensor Shut-Off Occupancy Sensing Controls are required to shut off all lighting. Full or partial OFF to at least 50% via occupant sensing controls is required.

LIGHT LEVEL CONTROL

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
130.1(d) Automatic Daylighting Controls Automatic daylighting controls should be installed and configured in all daylit zones as defined by 130.1(d). Lighting controls should have multilevel functionality to at least the number of control steps defined in Title 24 Table 130.1-A. NOTE: The photosensor must be readily accessible to authorized personnel for calibration adjustments. To prevent unauthorized access, the photosensor may be mounted inside a case that is secured with a locking mechanism.

ARISTA System Components

  • ALC1-R Load Controller
  • ALC-IWD In-wall Dimmer
  • ALC-CMP-BT Ceiling PIR Sensor
  • ALC-CMP-DT-BT Ceiling Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DT-BT-WH In-wall Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-PI-BT-WH In-wall PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-BT Wall Mount PIR Sensor
  • ALC-WM-DT-BT Wall Mount Dual Tech Sensor
  • ALC-DH-BT Dual Loop Daylight Harvester

ARISTA is currently recommended for buildings up to 10,000 sq. ft. in California, until we release our Demand Response solution.

130.1(e) Demand Response Ready Buildings greater than 10,000 square feet with a lighting power density ≥0.5 W per square foot are required to receive a standards-based messaging protocol, which automatically reduces lighting power by at least 15% and remains consistent with uniform illumination requirements defined in Title 24 Table 130.1-A.

PLUG LOAD CONTROL

Code Provision Control Requirement Code Description Intermatic Product Solutions
130.5(d) Controlled Receptacles Based on the application, some of the receptacles in a commercial space are required to automatically turn OFF based on occupancy, either at the circuit level or at the receptacle level. When an automatic timer switch control is installed, it shall incorporate an override control that allows the controlled receptacle to remain ON for no more than 2 hours. Each uncontrolled receptacle must have at least one controlled receptacle within 6 feet.

Intermatic Controls

  • ET2700 Series
  • ET2800 Series
  • ET90000 Series

Provides scheduled control either at circuit level or receptacle level, provides capability for 2 hour timed manual override