The Development and Execution of Functional Tests for Lighting Controls



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Ryan Stroupe
Building Performance Program Coordinator
Pacific Energy Center
The Development and Execution of
Functional Tests for Lighting Controls


Learning Objectives and Intent of Presentation
1. Identify components in atypical functional test including
precautions, documentation, equipment lists and
AIA Quality Assurance
precautions, documentation, equipment lists and
acceptance criteria.
2. Describe process for creating a functional tests using the
Functional Test Guide and blank Functional Test template.
3. Discuss specific aspects of lighting functional tests for
schedule controls, occupancy sensors and daylight
controls.
4. Identify resources available to support functional testing
of lighting systems.



California’s title 24
Standard commissioning procedure for energy management & control systems
Manual controls
Relay brokenrelay fixed
Override time limit is no more than 2 hours
Document the initial conditions
Roles and responsibilities
Procedure step 2: simulate unoccupied condition
Lights do not turn on
Appropriate datalogger types
Acceptance criteria
Procedure step 2: simulate an occupied condition.
Photosensor is protected from direct sunlight
Acceptance criteria pt. 2
Procedure step 2: no daylight test
Procedure step 3: full daylight test
Procedure step 4: partial daylight test.
Reference illuminance
Three-year pier-funded effort began in 2011
Dimmable lighting circuit
Regularly check lighting control operation
Occupancy sensor design and application guide
Skycalc (skylight calculator)


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