Exhibits C09-6 and C09-7 illustrate the desired spacing and setup for a typical street. The goal of this lighting typology is to provide lighting that is uniformly spaced throughout the various streets. The pole spacing will vary based on the desired lighting levels, pole heights, and fixture optics.
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LiC 7. Locate streetlights on both sides of the street in the Flightline District. Single side spacing may be used on narrower streets.
LiC 8. Locate streetlights on one side of the street and face the fixtures away from the beach in other (non-Flightline) districts.
LiC 9. Install pedestrian lights on one side of each sidewalk in all districts.
LiC 10. Place pedestrian lights and streetlights 2 feet clear from the edges of sidewalks or curbs. (Facility clear zone requirements may be more restrictive.)
LiC 11. Adjust fixture and pole spacing as required to achieve uniformity and required lighting levels.
LiC 12. Align pedestrian lights with streetlights when possible.
UFC 4-022-01, Security Engineering: Entry Control Facilities / Access Control Points, dictates the lighting guidelines for ECFs. Each zone within the ECF requires a different lighting approach. Refer to UFC guidance for exact requirements within each ECF zone. However, the ECF’s total lighting must be uniform, continuous, and complete; the lighting plan must transition from one area to the next so as not blind the driver nor interfere with the Defender’s mission. Specific illumination level(s) is compulsory for each of the explicit areas which comprise the ECF. Separate override lighting control system(s) fully compatible with all exterior and interior lighting components are located in the guard facility of a designated ECF. Lighting control(s) must support 24/7/365 operation accounting for all environmentally and non-environmentally induced factors.
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LiC 13. Provide lighting consistent with the lighting zones defined in UFC 4-022-01 and as required within the ECFs.
LiC 14. Provide streetlight-style fixtures.
LiC 15. Augment UFC-compliant automated exterior lighting control(s) located within guard houses to include a Defender-operated override, capable of providing manual activation of the exterior lighting system during dawn, dusk, nighttime, heavily overcast periods, and/or high glare times of the day, as well as any Defender-defined period of operation. Limit Defender operation to on/off, affecting the measure of illumination. In addition, the control will allow fixtures in each zone to be fully dimmable. When facility is not in use, controls default to a pre-programed facility non-operational status.
LiC 16. Design light fixtures to be 4000K in color temperature, even if the lights fall within the Sea Turtle-Friendly Lighting Zone.
LiC 17. Adhere to the lighting requirements defined in the SDDCTEA Pamphlet 55-15, Traffic and Safety Engineering for Better Entry Control Facilities and governing UFC for all ECF Zones located in the Sea Turtle- Friendly Lighting Zone (Support District). Though lighting ECF requirements take precedence over turtle-friendly lighting, the lighting designer/contractor must minimize the imposition of any deleterious light into the surrounding turtle-friendly area without degrading the ECF’s mission- required lighting.
LiC 18. All light fixtures used in the ECF must have a minimum color rendering index (CRI) of 80.
Parking lot lighting levels will follow UFC 3-530-01, Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems and Controls. Precise design requirements applicable to Tyndall AFB are indicated below.
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LiC 19. Use streetlight-style fixtures in all parking areas.
LiC 20. Use wall-mounted lights at building entries. Follow
UFC 3-530-01 for lighting requirements.
LiC 21. Refer to Section C09.5.1, Luminaire Specifications, for light fixture style and pole heights.
LiC 22. Use light fixtures in the Sea Turtle-Friendly Lighting Zone that are amber in color. Use fixtures that have a 4000K color temperature in all other zones.
LiC 23. Place light fixtures in the Sea Turtle-Friendly Lighting Zone such that the light source is always pointed away from the beach.
LiC 24. Anchor lights around parking lots should using a 30-inch pedestal to avoid damage from vehicles.
CDCs require special lighting considerations.
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LiC 25. Comply with all exterior lighting requirements detailed in UFC 4-740-14, Design: Child Development Centers.
LiC 26. Provide lighting fixtures that are 5 foot-candles average at all CDC driveways, walkways, and parking areas and that have photocell controls to turn lights on at sunset and off at sunrise.
These areas are closest to the beach and lighting is not permitted in No Lighting Zone.
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LiC 27. Do not provide lighting in the No Lighting Zone.