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  1. 1. Reduccccccceeeeeee EEEEEnnnneeerrrggggggyyyyyyyyyyyyyy WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWaastttttttttttttee Whileee GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGueeeeessssttttssss AAAAAAAArrrrreeeee Away HS-100, HS-150 HOTEL CARD KEY SWITCHES Hotel Key Card
  2. 2. Significantly reduce energy consumption in hotel rooms Table of Con ten ts Overview Features and Benefits Energy Savings and Code Operation Design and Applications Product Details 3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 2
  3. 3. 3 The new HS Series Card Key Switches from Watt Stopper/Legrand, leading innovator in energy efficient lighting controls, help the hospitality industry significantly reduce energy consumption in empty hotel rooms. Whether it’s for comfort, safety or just a response to the unfamiliar surroundings, hotel guests are notorious for leaving lights on in unoccupied rooms. To stem this unnecessary waste of energy, the 2006 IECC and ANSI/ASHRAE/ IESNA Standard 90.1 both require all new hospitality rooms to include a master switch or control device at the main entry that controls permanently installed lighting and switched receptacles throughout the room. The elegantly styled HS Card Key Switch easily complies with current energy codes, saves on utility bills and improves guest comfort and convenience – all by providing a simple way to turn the room’s controlled lighting on or off at once when entering or exiting a room. Operation couldn’t be simpler Registered guests and housekeeping staff insert the room’s card key (or HS-FOB Key Fob for guest rooms that do not use a card key) into the Card Key Switch and the room’s controlled circuits become energized. When the card key or Key Fob is removed, the controlled circuits will turn off after 30 seconds, allowing for safe egress from the room. The HS series Card Key Switches are ideal for hotels, motels, inns, boarding houses, senior residences and other similar facilities. No more lights on in empty guest rooms! while improving guest comfort and convenience
  4. 4. 4 Masterfully engineered with the hotel facility manager and guest in mind About 50% of energy used in the hotel is in guest rooms.* And studies show that hotel lighting usage patterns do not reflect a significant dip in energy consumption during 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. when guest rooms are typically unoccupied. Rather, researchers have found that guest room lights are on 20-25% of the time during this time period. Watt Stopper’s HS Series Card Key Switches will positively impact the energy management behavior of housekeeping staff and guests without the need for any special training, offering a significant opportunity to achieve maximum energy savings during the day when peak load rates are highest. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Bathroom Light Desk Table Lamp Bedside Table Lamp Average Hours per Day On Time Hours/Day Floor Lamp Torchiere SOURCE: “Lighting Energy Savings Opportunities in Hotel Guestrooms” (research study, Redondo Beach Crowne Plaza, Oct. 1999) Erik Page and Michael Siminovitch, Lighting Research Group, Building Technologies Dept., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory This chart illustrates a pattern of wasteful energy consumption. Average Hours of Operation Per Day for Various Fixture Types *Hotels Magazine, April 2001. www.hotelsmag.com
  5. 5. 5 • Attractive, low-profile styling enhances even the finest decor. • LED illuminated card key slot for easy visibility in darkened rooms. • Five decorator colors coordinate with any room design. • Unlike a master wall switch, all controlled electrical loads turn off automatically when guests leave the room, a convenience they appreciate. • Card Key Switch’s 30-second egress time ensures guest safety. • Since guests need their card keys to power lights in their room, they’ll never lose track of their card key again! HS-100 • Low voltage unit • Normally open/normally closed isolated relay • Interfaces with third-party energy and/or lighting management control systems. • Connects to one or more Watt Stopper Power Packs. HS-150 • Line voltage unit • Serves as a master switch for a single guest room circuit. The right choice for energy savings in hotel rooms — line or low voltage models available
  6. 6. 6 Satisfy energy codes Current requirements in both the 2006 IECC and ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2004 and 2007 require all new hospitality rooms and those installing new lighting systems to include a master switch or control device at the main entry that controls permanently installed lighting and switched receptacles throughout the room. Save energy The ability to control electrical circuits from one HS Series Card Key Switch ensures reliable energy savings. Support ‘green’ living HS Series Card Key Switches can help earn credits for LEED NC 2.2 certification. A hotel designed with practical, energy- efficient standards can be marketed to environmentally-conscious consumers, and may help increase occupancy rates. Lower operating expenses Using less energy means real savings on your energy bills, especially controlling consumption during peak load hours when rates are highest. Your light bulbs will last longer from less use, and you’ll save money on their replacement and the labor for installing them. Specifics of the current energy codes What buildings must comply with the energy codes? The energy codes apply to all new guest room facilities, new portions of those facilities and new systems and equipment in existing facilities. IECC* 2006, 505.2.3: “Sleeping unit. Sleeping units in hotels, motels, boarding houses or similar buildings shall have at least one master switch at the main entry door that controls all permanently wired luminaires and switched receptacles, except those in the bathroom(s). Suites shall have a control meeting these requirements at the entry to each room or at the primary entry to the suite.” ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA** Standard 90.1-2004: “hotel and motel guest rooms and guest suites shall have a master control device at the main entry that controls all permanently installed luminaires and switched receptacles.” ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA** Standard 90.1-2007 with Addenda: “Guest rooms in hotels, motels, boarding houses or similar buildings shall have one or more control devices(s) at the entry door that collectively control all permanently installed luminaires and switched receptacles, except those in the bathroom(s). Suites shall have control(s) meeting these requirements at the entry to each room or at the primary entry to the suite. Bathrooms shall have a control device installed to automatically turn off the bathroom lighting, except for night lighting not exceeding 5 watts, within 60 minutes of the occupant leaving the space.” * International Energy Conservation Code ** American National Standards Institute/American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers/Illuminating Engineering Society of North America Simple solution to code compliance
  7. 7. 7 And since guests need their key cards to power lights in their rooms, they’ll never lose track of their key cards again! • Easily locate the illuminated HS Series Card Key Switch, even in a darkened room. • Insert the hotel room’s card key (or HS-FOB) into the HS Series Card Key Switch. • The controlled circuits become energized. • Remove the card key (or HS-FOB). • The controlled circuits will have power for another 30 seconds to allow safe egress from the room before power turns off. • Restore power to the room’s controlled circuits by reinserting the hotel card key into the Card Key Switch. Operation couldn’t be simpler
  8. 8. 8 HS Card Key Switches are ideal control devices for guest rooms in hotels, motels, inns, boarding houses, senior residences or similar buildings. When installed near the main entry door, an HS Card Key Switch can control the permanently installed luminaires and switched receptacles as required by some energy codes. If your state follows the IECC or ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007, the bathroom circuits do not need to be controlled by the Card Key Switch. When bathrooms are not controlled by the Card Key Switch, maximize your energy savings by adding a Watt Stopper/Legrand WN-100 PIR Nightlight Wall Switch Sensor to control bathroom lighting based on occupancy. The WN-100’s nightlight remains on when lights are off, providing constant illumination that deters the need to leave overhead lighting on all night. For more information on the WN-100, go to www.wattstopper.com, or request our new Product Selection Guide.
  9. 9. 9 And while your guests are away from their rooms, they’re actually saving you valuable energy and reducing your energy bill.
  10. 10. CardKeySwitchOCCUPANCYSENSORS 10 www.wattstopper.com 8 0 0 . 8 7 9 . 8 5 8 5 Product Overview Features The HS Series Card Key Switch turns electrical circuits on or off when a card key or HS-FOB Key Fob is inserted or removed from its slot. The HS-100 is a low voltage unit with a normally open and normally closed isolated relay, allowing it to interface with third-party energy and lighting management control systems. Additionally, the HS-100 can connect to one or more Watt Stopper Power Pack(s). The HS-150 is a line voltage unit that serves as a master switch for a single guest room circuit. HS Series Card Key Switches PROJECT LOCATION/TYPE 30-second egress time Line and low voltage models • Attractive. low-profile styling • Choice of five decorator colors • Backlit card key slot provides visibility in darkened rooms • 30-second egress time delay • Zero crossing for reliability and increased product longevity (HS-150) • HS-100 can connect with one or more Watt Stopper Power Packs Code Compliance Applications HS Card Key Switches are ideal for guest rooms in hotels, motels, boarding houses, senior residences or similar applications with guest rooms. Once installed, they function as control devices located at the main entry door, controlling all permanently installed luminaires and switched receptacles. Operation Inserting a door entry card key or HS-FOB into the HS Card Key Switch energizes the controlled circuits and loads. Removing the card key initiates a 30-second time delay to allow safe egress from the hotel room. Once this time delay elapses, the power to the circuits is terminated. To restore power to the room’s controlled circuits, reinsert the card key into the HS Card Key Switch. Description • Uses the same card key that unlocks the door • More effective compliance with code than a simple master wall switch, as only the HS Card Key Switch ensures that lights are off when the room is vacant • Compliant with current requirements in both the IECC and ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard90.1 • Compatible with Building Automation Systems, Energy Management Systems, and Lighting Control Panels Backlit card key slot for visibility in darkened rooms Ideal for guest rooms in hotels, motels and boarding houses HS Card Key Switches provide an easy solution to current requirements in both the IECC and ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1, which now require a master switch at the entrance of every new guest room to control the room’s electrical circuits. Unlike a simple master switch, the HS Series Card Key Switches ensure that lights are off when a room is vacant for more reliable energy savings. Optional key fob for guest rooms that do not use a card key
  11. 11. OCCUPANCYSENSORSCardKeySwitch 11 Installation & Wiring Pub. No. 27002 Ordering Information Specifications www.wattstopper.com 8 0 0 . 8 7 9 . 8 5 8 5 HS-100 Wiring with Power Pack HS-150 Wiring Catalog No. Color Description One HS-WP included with each Card Key Switch Accessories HS-100-W HS-100-LA HS-100-I HS-100-B HS-100-G White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray HS-150-W HS-150-LA HS-150-I HS-150-B HS-150-G White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray Catalog No. Color Description Low voltage Card Key Switch Line voltage Card Key Switch HS-WP-W HS-WP-LA HS-WP-I HS-WP-B HS-WP-G HS-WPR-W HS-WPR-LA HS-WPR-I HS-WPR-B HS-WPR-G HS-WPL-W HS-WPL-LA HS-WPL-I HS-WPL-B HS-WPL-G White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray Optional Key Fob for guest rooms that do not use a Card Key Switch Cover plate for single- gang box Cover plate for three- gang box with decorator switch option; card slot on the right Cover plate for three- gang box with decorator switch option; card slot on the left • HS-100: Input: 24VDC/24VAC Half Wave Rectified, Max. 25mA DC/10mA AC Output: 1A/30VDC/VAC SPDT Isolated Relay • HS-150: 120-277 VAC; 50/60Hz, 2.1W Relay Output @120VAC: 0-800W tungsten, 0-600W ballast, 500W compact fluorescent, 1/6hp Relay Output @277VAC: 0-1200W ballast • Zero crossing (HS-150) • Compatible with building automation/energy management systems, lighting control panels and Watt Stopper power packs • Dimensions: 2.63” x 1.69” x 1.88” (67.8mm x 42.9mm x 47.8mm) L x W x D Accepts standard hotel card keys with dimensions of: 2.125”W x 3.375”H x 0.034”D (53.975mm x 85.725mm x 0.8636mm) • Egress time delay: 30 seconds • UL and CUL listed; five-year warranty HS-100 with BAS or LCP Cover Plates and Key Fob (161.65mm) 6.36” HS-WPHS-FOB HS-WPL HS-FOB-W HS-FOB-LA HS-FOB-I HS-FOB-B HS-FOB-G White Light Almond Ivory Black Gray White (Neutral) White Neutral Black Hot/Line White Red * (Load) Local OFF switches Controlled receptacles inside the room Lighting load Lighting load Lighting load * Do not exceed the HS-150’s maximum load rating. 08363r1 Santa Clara, CA 800.879.8585 Model # HS-150 Card Key Switch 120-277VAC, 50/60Hz Relay Output: 0-800W tungsten/ballast, 1/6hp@120VAC 0-1200W ballast, 1/4hp@277VAC Indoor use only GROUND APPLIANCE CONTROL 88T9 (161.65mm) 6.36” (119.38mm) 4.7” (119.38mm) 4.7” HS-WPR (67.8mm) 2.63” (85.5mm) 3.37” (63.8mm) 2.51”
  12. 12. Corporate Headquarters 2800 De La Cruz Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95050 Tech Support: 800.879.8585 www.wattstopper.com WS-08-20084 CAD Resource Center Over 300 CAD drawings from which to choose Wiring diagrams you can place in your own CAD drawings Available at www.wattstopper.com Support & Services Commission and start-up services District managers, trained representatives and experts available to answer all technical questions Continuing Education Courses throughout North America qualify for AIA/CES Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) credit and NCQLP Lighting Education Units (LEUs) In-person and on-line events Course selection available at www.wattstopper.com Product Selection Guide Compilation of product ordering information, cut sheets, design and application assistance Watt Stopper/Legrand Resources & Tools

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