Residential Title-24 Lighting & ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation Codes

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The new 2008 Title-24 Building Efficiency Standards became effective January 1, 2010. One of the most sweeping changes involve residential indoor and outdoor lighting requirements, particularly kitchen lighting and the new adoption of ASHRAE 62.2 indoor air quality code.Kitchen Lighting, Title-24New restrictions, control requirements, high efficacy fixture requirements and incandescent allowances, and interior lighting worksheets will add an additional layer of complexity to residential lighting design. This class will bring you up to speed on the new changes and address the underlying principles, calculation methods, strategies to assist you in complying with the new code changes and take you step by step thru the new CF-6R-LTG-1 lighting certificate of installation which must be filled out before the final certificate of occupancy will be issued.Kitchen Lighting, Title-24You will also understand which fixtures will comply as high efficacy (not all LED fixtures are certified as high efficacy), the lighting control requirements for each room type and the new fixture and control requirements for residential outdoor lighting.Title-24, Title-24California has now adopted the requirements of ASHRAE 62.2-2007 which means that starting January 1, 2010, all low-rise residential buildings are required to install whole house mechanical ventilation and satisfy other requirements to achieve acceptable indoor air quality. Openable windows will no longer be an acceptable method for satisfying outdoor air requirements. This will involve calculations for determining the minimum ventilation cfm and designing a system to provide the necessary airflow with proper controls. You will learn the proper method for determining ventilation airflow, strategies for designing a cost effective ventilation system, and how to fill out the new ventilation Certificate of Installation.Kitchen Lighting, Title-24Learn from one of the leading experts in Californias Title-24 Building Efficiency Standards (Title-24), Mark Madison, a state certified Energy Plans Examiner and Certified Energy Analyst, HERS rater, Greenpoint rater with over 25 years experience with building energy code compliance analysis, enforcement and training.

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<ul><li>1.Title-24 Building Energy StandardsEnergy Code Works, Inc. Mark Madison CEPE, CEA, AEE, HERS Rater, GreenPoint Rater, ResNet Rater, Member CABEC, CHEERS</li></ul><p>2. HousekeepingBreaks:12:45 p.m. (short) 1Questions:Q&amp;A session at end of each sectionwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 3. Housekeeping AIA CES credits: 1 3 HSW (Health Safety &amp; Welfare) 3 SD (Sustainable Design)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 4. Scope of this Class 1 Overview of 2008 Title-24 Energy Code 2 New Residential Lighting Requirements 3 New Residential Ventilation Requirements 4 Q&amp;Awww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 5. Compliance Paths Two compliance paths availablePrescriptivePerformancewww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 6. Compliance Paths Two compliance paths availableMandatoryMeasures PrescriptivePrescriptivePerformance PerformancePathPathwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 7. 2008 Building Energy StandardsMandatoryMeasures Mandatory measures always apply, regardless of compliance approach No trade-offs against mandatory measures Residential Lighting requirements are mandatory Residential ventilation requirements (ASHRAE 62.2-2007) are mandatorywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 8. Scope of this Class 1 Overview of 2008 Title-24 Energy Code 2 New Residential Lighting Requirements 3 New Residential Ventilation Requirements 4 Q&amp;Awww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 9. Residential LightingScope of 2008 Residential Lighting StandardsApplies to:New constructionAdditionsAlterationsReplacement fixtures, not replacement of lamps in fixturewww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 10. Residential LightingScope of 2008 Residential Lighting StandardsApplies only to permanently installed luminairesPortable lighting exempt(plug-in table lamps, floor lamps)Wattage of luminaires only a factor in kitchensDoes not apply to luminaires that are integral to appliances (refrigerators, range hoods, garage door openers)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 11. Residential LightingScope of 2008 Residential Lighting Standards2008 Standards divide home into 4 zonesDifferent rules for each zonewww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 12. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowances #1 Bathrooms, garages, laundryrooms, closets &amp; utility rooms#2 All Other SpacesMinimum efficacyRequired controlswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 13. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesWhat is a kitchen?Title-24 Standards define a residential kitchen asa room or area used for food storage andpreparation and washing dishes, includingassociated counter tops and cabinets,refrigerator, stove, oven and floor areaswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 14. Residential LightingWhat is a kitchen?a room or area used for foodstorage and preparation andwashing dishes, includingassociated counter topes andcabinets, refrigerator, stove,oven and floor areaswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 15. Residential LightingSwitching isimportant!any other lighting on thesame switch as kitchenlighting is also kitchen lightingwhether or not the luminairesare in the kitchen areawww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 16. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowances50% rule remainsNo limit to kitchen lighting wattsHowever 50% of total installedlighting watts must be high efficacyHigh efficacy fixtures switchedseparately from incandescent orlow efficacy fixturesSwitches may be mounted onthe same faceplate but switchedindependentlywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 17. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowancesWhat is high efficacy?www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 18. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances High efficacy fixtures No screw in CF luminaires Must be dedicated, pin-type Standards do not recognize any adaptor as being able to permanently convert one type of luminaire to another type regardless of manufacturers declarationswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 19. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances High efficacy fixtures Electronic Ballasts required for all fluorescent lamps with power rating of 13w or morewww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 20. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed fixtures in insulatedceilings:Must be zero clearance, IC ratedCertified air tight (AT) constructionSealed with gasket or caulkbetween housing and ceilingwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 21. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed fixtures in insulatedceilings: Air Tightwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 22. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowanceswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 23. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowancesRecessed fixtures in insulatedceilings:Label best verified at rough-inIf verified at final the inspector mayhave to remove trim kit to seelabels.Not all trim kits are certified airtight.If not must use gasket or caulk.Inspectors may find certified trimkits on non-certified AT fixtureswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 24. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecommendations for luminairespecificationsTo avoid costly change orders:1. Include all applicable Title-24 lighting requirements in the general notes on the drawings and other bid documents2. Include Title-24 lighting requirements with each luminaire listed in the lighting schedule text www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 25. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecommendationsfor luminairespecifications:www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 26. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesWhat is high efficacy?Table 6-2 for LED efficacywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 27. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances ***LED fixtures must be C.E.C. Certified*** Not all LED fixtures are high efficacywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 28. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowanceswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 29. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowanceshttp://www.energy.ca.gov/applicances/database/www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 30. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesWhat is high efficacy?All fixtures are either:High efficacy orLow efficacyMust be labeled as such on lighting fixture scheduleWhy?www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 31. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesWhat is high efficacy?All fixtures are either:High efficacy orLow efficacy1. Important for kitchen lighting calculations2. For other rooms it determines control requirements3. Plancheck requirementwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 32. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesNew rulesBlank electrical boxes calculated as 180watts low efficacy (page 6-13 2008 Manual)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 33. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances New rules Assumed wattage for recessed luminaires (page 6.-15 2008 Manual)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 34. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances New rules Assumed wattage for recessed luminaires (page 6.-15 2008 Manual)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 35. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowances New rules New wattage assumptions for CF or HID fixture that can accommodate a variety of luminaires For example 26w, 32w &amp; 42 watt fixture 26w + 32w + 42w = 100w divided by 3 = 33.33w Or use wattage of largest luminaire initially installedwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 36. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances New allowances 1. Additional low efficacy wattage allowanceOnly available after 50% efficacy rule met 2. Kitchen has manual on vacancy sensors or dimmers 3. High efficacy luminaires and vacancy sensors in garages,laundry rooms, closets and utility roomswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 37. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesNew allowancesInternal cabinet lighting allowance 20 watts per linear foot of illuminated cabinet Must be interior to cabinet and illuminated the inside of cabinetwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 38. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowancesNew allowancesInternal cabinet lightingallowance20 watts per linear foot ofilluminated cabinetCan be vertical or horizontalmeasurementNot bothwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 39. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowanceswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 40. Residential Lightingwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 41. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances Question: Im adding new lighting fixtures in my existing kitchen, some of the existing fixtures will remain. Will the new fixtures have to be high efficacy?www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 42. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowances Answer: Yes, you will have to install high efficacy new fixtures until you meet the 50% high efficacy level for all the lighting (existing &amp; new) in the kitchen.www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 43. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowanceswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 44. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowanceswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 45. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowancesRecessed canlighting www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 46. Residential Lighting50% RuleHigh EfficacyNew allowancesRecessed canlightingICAT label www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 47. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed canlightingICAT labelScrew-in type =Low-Efficacywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 48. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed canlightingwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 49. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed canlightingICAT labelwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 50. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed canlightingICAT labelPin type =High efficacywww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 51. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesRecessed canlightingICAT labelLED type =High efficacy ifC.E.C. CertifiedLED Fixturewww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 52. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowancesOld 2005 Kitchen LightingDocumentationNo more WS-5R (1 page)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 53. Residential Lighting2005 StandardsWS-5R is currentlysubmitted at plan checkwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 54. Residential LightingNew form:CF-6R-LTG-1Not submitted at plan-check, only during fieldinspectionwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 55. Residential LightingCF-6R-LTG-1For 2008not submitted atplan checkNow a constructiondocumentwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 56. Residential Lighting New form: CF-6R-LTG-01 (3 pages)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 57. Residential Lighting 50% Rule High Efficacy New allowances Filling out the CF-6R-LTG-1 form Kitchens (part 1 of 3)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 58. Residential Lighting#1 Bathrooms, Garages, Laundry rooms, closets &amp; utility roomsBathrooms, Garages, Laundry Rooms, closets(less than 70 sq. ft.) &amp; utility roomsRules unchanged for 2008All fixtures must either be:High efficacy or,Controlled by a vacancy sensorAn occupancy sensor does not necessarily qualify as avacancy sensorMust be manual on, auto-offwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 59. Residential Lighting Vacancy Sensor, not occupancy sensorwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 60. Residential Lighting Vacancy Sensor, not occupancy sensorwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 61. Residential Lighting#2 Other SpacesLiving rooms, dining room,bedrooms,Other SpacesHigh efficacy fixture with regular switch orIncandescent with a vacancy sensor or a dimmerwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 62. Residential Lighting #2 Other Spaces Living rooms, bedrooms,AtticsRegardless of square footage attics are consideredother spacesHigh efficacy fixture with regular switch orIncandescent with dimmer or vacancy sensorwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 63. Residential Lighting #2 Other SpacesEnclosed Patio (unconditioned)Also considered other spaceHigh efficacy fixture with regular switch orIncandescent with dimmer or vacancy sensorwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 64. Residential Lighting#2 Other SpacesNight LightsHard wired: High efficacy OR consume no morethan 5 watts. No screw-base socketwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 65. Residential Lighting Minimum efficacy Required controlsPermanently mounted to the buildingRules slightly changed for 2008Fixtures must either be:High efficacy or controlled by one of the following:www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 66. Residential Lighting Minimum efficacy Required controlswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 67. Residential LightingMinimum efficacyRequired controlsMotion Sensor requirementsAuto-on &amp; Auto-offMust include photocell controlMust provide regular switch for manual operationMust comply with 30 minute shutoff requirementSection 119 also allows for a temporary overrideswitch to bypass motion sensor providing sensor isautomatically reactivated within 6 hoursFor parties in your backyard that last longer than 30 minuteswww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 68. Residential LightingMinimum efficacyRequired controls Exempt outdoor lighting Any fixtures not attached to building Decorative landscape lighting Pool/Spa lighting (lighting installed directly above the water in outdoor pool, spa, hot tub, or fountain. Pool lighting in an area extending between 5 feet and 10 feet horizontally from inside walls of a pool. Spa, hot tub, or fountain lighting within 5 feet from inside walls&amp; underwater luminaires)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 69. Residential LightingAddress Signs Address Signs Two compliance options Option #1 Section 148 maximum allowed lighting power: 12 watts per square foot of sign area (internally illuminated) Or High efficacy luminaires (no wattage limit)www.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 70. Residential LightingAddress Signs Address Signs Two compliance options Option #2 Not contain a screw-based socket and consume no more than five watts of powerwww.energycode.com 2011 Energy Code Works, Inc. 71....</p>

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