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1 Note any accessories, special finishes, atypical mounting devices, and other unusual requirements required for each luminaire type.


2 Make sure notes or specifications relating to a specific lighting product are shown in one location only to minimize errors if and when changes are made to the documents.


C PROVIDE PRODUCT DETAIL DIAGRAMS WHEN NECESSARY TO CLARIFY UNIQUE PROJECT CONDITIONS OR REQUIREMENTS.


1 Provide schematic diagrams of architectural integration of lighting products for the team review of any non-standard installations as required. The design team shall review the diagrams for their particular discipline and comment for integration into the Architects details.


2 Properly note and cross reference schematics to aid contractor in identification.


Note: The lighting designer may provide schematic diagrams to indicate integration with known elements for team coordination purposes, but always with disclaimers. The lighting designer should not, for example, detail structural elements to support the lighting elements. Diagrams by the lighting designer, are not in lieu of fully developed architectural drawings and details prepared by the Architect or other trades.


D LIGHTING SECTION OF THE PROJECT’S ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION (TYPICALLY REFERRED TO AS “DIVISION 16”)


1 Coordination between team members is required to maintain consistency and minimize any conflicts with regard to specifications. Refer to the “Specification Approaches” section of this document for additional general guidelines.


2 Make sure the specifications apply to all lighting products you specify on the job.


3 Delete or modify specification language which does not apply or may lead to misunderstanding.


4 Require that for all products where identical appearance across functions, lamps,etc. in a specific “family” of products (such as downlights, or exit signs, etc.) is essential to the appearance of the job, that the whole family be supplied by the same manufacturer - or by manufacturers that will coordinate with each other.


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