• Major C-Bus installation – Project Engineer and Management
    • Redesign Engineers C-Bus Installation for practicality reasons
      • No computer required to control the whole building
      • Minimise the number of C-Bus networks required
      • Computer used only to
        • view C-Bus status and to allow for manual over-riding for testing purposes
        • reprogram hardware
        • dial-in maintenance
    • Design integration document with Mechanical Services & Access Control to comply with the PPR
    • Design Installation & Program for C-Bus to utilize low level interfacing between Access Control & C-Bus / C-Bus & BMS
    • Full supervision of staff and continuous supervision of installation to maintain the C-Bus cabling integrity and segregation especially from other services that follow
    • Complete training manual for the end user including troubleshooting guide with insight into software & hardware logic to be taken into account
  • C-Bus / DALI installation – consultant and commissioner
    • Advice, installation tips and traps given remotely to installers
    • Inspection and repairs on site before programming & commissioning
    • Setup DALI Lines : addresses, groups and scenes for each light so that it will work according to engineers requirements
    • Program C-Bus switches to comply with the engineers specifications
    • Test that all works according to engineers design
    • Educate the end user on use
    • supply all documentation to the contractor
  • Commercial C-Bus installation – install as a sub-contractor
    • Provide the contractor with training on installation requirements
    • Fit off the hardware and wire the C-Bus components in the switchboards
    • Program so that C-Bus switches do what hasn’t been done before with regard to dimming control & room joining
    • Use a C-Bus Colour Touch Screen as BMS control via low level interfacing with the Air Conditioning. This included fully variable logic timers for AH function which automatically came on / turned off dependent on the Time of Day.
  • Domestic Penthouse – design according to the electrical layout and install
    • Full C-Bus installation over 2 levels
    • PDL LexCom Home Networks – Data, Phone & TV
    • Multiroom Audio throughout
    • Central Colour Touch Screen to control lighting and audio taking into account Time of Day, Light levels, In or Out
  • Sports Field Control (Hockey Turf) design according to the electricians' requirements
    • Lighting
      • 96Kw of lighting on 8 poles (3 pairs of 2Kw Lights - Levels 1, 2 & 3)
      • Must have a 10 minute re-strike delay on each pair
      • Cannot all turn ON or OFF at the same time (staggered IO) even after a power failure
      • Level 1 on Poles 1 and 2 must stay on for 8 minutes after the shut down is actuated
    • Field Watering
      • Pump to have a "Run On" time (water pressure buildup) before a nozzle can open
      • Time delay between nozzles closing and the next one opening
      • Pump to have a "Run On" time after the last nozzle(s) close
      • Maximum of 2 nozzles open at any one time
    • Touch Screen is to be
      • Password actuated (basic user level)
      • Training control of lights is to be for individual poles & light levels (no level 3)
      • Games control of light levels with Level 3 all lights on is to be password actuated (supervisor level)
      • Field Watering for games is to be set for Windy conditions or Normal conditions
      • Field Watering for Training is to be able to use individual nozzles
      • Field Watering is to have an Emergency Stop on screen
      • Display of Pump Failure
  • Public Facility
    • Touch Screen is to be password actuated (basic user level)
    • Opening/Closing times and "Days Open" can be set manually
    • Tied into Security
      • Access lighting on disarm
      • Timed "All Lights Off" on ARM leaving only security lighting on
      • All lights ON on quot;Alarm" and their switches disabled until the system is disarmed
    • Schedules linked to Opening/Closing hours
    • Schedules on security lighting
  • Sales Touch Screen – attached to a lighting display to graphically demonstrate different aspects of the functionality of C-Bus including:
    • schedules and what they can do
    • various scenes
    • Software Logic demonstration