LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
Provide a lighting fixture schedule on the contract drawings as illustrated by
Use lighting fixtures as detailed by sketches included with NFGS-16510,
"Interior Lighting," wherever possible. Do not modify NFGS-16510 sketches;
any required exceptions or modifications must be made in the remarks
column of the lighting fixture schedule and not on the sketches themselves.
Provide applicable lighting fixture type symbol(s) with each lighting fixture
sketch/detail. When using fixture(s) not included with NFGS-16510, detail the
fixture(s) on the drawings providing the following minimum information:
a. Fixture type (e.g., high bay, fluorescent, industrial, downlight, roadway
type, floodlight, etc.)
b. Physical construction including housing material and fabrication
method, description of lens, reflector, refractor, etc.
C. Electrical data including number of lamps, lamp type, ballast data,
operating voltage, etc.
d. Mounting (surface, suspended, flush, etc.) and mounting height
e. Special characteristics such as wet label, specific hazardous
classification, air handling, etc.
a. Provide energy efficient fluorescent lamps and energy saving ballasts.
b. Be selective in the use of Circline lamps, as their cost is greater than
other fluorescent light sources.
c. Minimize fixture types and lamp types to reduce maintenance
d. Provide fixture which is appropriate for the intended application.
POLICY CONCERNING MAGNETIC CONTACTORS, MAGNETIC
MOTOR CONTROLLERS, AND DISCONNECT SWITCHES