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    T24 Medical Facility CA

    I have a question that applies to CA T24. After hours of document review I am unable to locate the T24 requirements for medical rooms such as mammograms, MRIs, ETC. I would greatly appreciate any information on how our control requirements apply to these types of rooms. I will likely be using Nlight or Wattstopper DLM. Thank you.

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    That's because there are no exceptions to medical facility.
    You need to follow the minimum non-res requirements for the specific area.

    What is the sqft ?
    Is there windows?

    probably just a Occupancy sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin Foelber View Post
    I have a question that applies to CA T24. After hours of document review I am unable to locate the T24 requirements for medical rooms such as mammograms, MRIs, ETC. I would greatly appreciate any information on how our control requirements apply to these types of rooms. I will likely be using Nlight or Wattstopper DLM. Thank you.
    i've done certification on health care facilities.

    basically, the standard T24 rules apply.

    occupancy sensors, full range dimming, local controls, and daylight
    harvesting if your lighting in affected zones is over 120 watts.

    over 10k square footage on scope of work, demand response.

    one weird one was a cosmetic surgery center in santa monica.
    of all things, they had windows in the surgical procedure
    rooms. who puts windows in an operating room?

    in any event, some areas, such as food prep areas, are exempt
    from both dimming, and daylight harvesting. health department rules
    supercede energy savings.

    i reached the brilliant decision that your facelift turning out well
    was at least as important as if your broccoli and hummus and
    artisan bread plate turned out well.

    no daylight harvesting on surgical rooms. the owner of the facility
    and chief surgeon agreed.

    on a professional level, go with nLight or lutron vive if you have a choice. honest.
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