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MS 1525:2014



MALAYSIAN

STANDARD

Energy efficiency and use of renewable

energy for non-residential buildings - Code of

practice

(Second revision)





















ICS: 91.040.01

Descriptors: energy efficiency, renewable energy, non-residential, buildings, code of practice, energy



© Copyright 2014

DEPARTMENT OF STANDARDS MALAYSIA

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DEVELOPMENT OF MALAYSIAN STANDARDS



The Department of Standards Malaysia (STANDARDS MALAYSIA) is the national
standards and accreditation body of Malaysia.

The main function of STANDARDS MALAYSIA is to foster and promote standards,
standardisation and accreditation as a means of advancing the national economy, promoting
industrial efficiency and development, benefiting the health and safety of the public, protecting
the consumers, facilitating domestic and international trade and furthering international
cooperation in relation to standards and standardisation.

Malaysian Standards (MS) are developed through consensus by committees which comprise
balanced representation of producers, users, consumers and others with relevant interests, as
may be appropriate to the subject at hand. To the greatest extent possible, Malaysian
Standards are aligned to or are adoption of international standards. Approval of a standard as
a Malaysian Standard is governed by the Standards of Malaysia Act 1996 [Act 549]. Malaysian
Standards are reviewed periodically. The use of Malaysian Standards is voluntary except in so
far as they are made mandatory by regulatory authorities by means of regulations, local by-
laws or any other similar ways.

For the purposes of Malaysian Standards, the following definitions apply:


Revision: A process where existing Malaysian Standard is reviewed and updated which
resulted in the publication of a new edition of the Malaysian Standard.


Confirmed MS: A Malaysian Standard that has been reviewed by the responsible committee
and confirmed that its contents are current.


Amendment: A process where a provision(s) of existing Malaysian Standard is altered. The
changes are indicated in an amendment page which is incorporated into the existing Malaysian
Standard. Amendments can be of technical and/or editorial nature.


Technical corrigendum: A corrected reprint of the current edition which is issued to correct
either a technical error or ambiguity in a Malaysian Standard inadvertently introduced either in
drafting or in printing and which could lead to incorrect or unsafe application of the publication.

NOTE: Technical corrigenda are not to correct errors which can be assumed to have no consequences in the application
of the MS, for example minor printing errors.


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and sell Malaysian Standards.


For further information on Malaysian Standards, please contact:



Department of Standards Malaysia OR SIRIM Berhad
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http://www.standardsmalaysia.gov.my http://www.sirim.my
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mailto:[email protected]

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6.4 Exterior building lighting power requirements

6.4.1 The same lighting systems criteria specified in 6.3 should apply.

6.4.2 The lighting power load for external car parks, drive-ways, pedestrian malls,
landscape areas, shall not exceed the power intensities in Table 15. The area shall be the net
site area excluding the built-up area.


Table 15. Building exteriors maximum lighting power intensity allowance

Building Exteriors Max. lighting
power intensity

(W/m2)

Uncovered parking areas 2

Uncovered driveways 2

Pedestrian malls 5

Landscape areas 5

6.4.3 For facilities with multiple buildings, the building exterior lighting power requirements
may be traded off among the buildings.

6.5 Lighting controls

6.5.1 All lighting systems except those required for emergency or exit lighting should be
provided with manual, automatic or programmable controls. For lighting loads exceeding 100
kW automatic control should be provided.

6.5.2 Lighting zones control for daylight energy savings scheme. The minimum number of
lighting control for daylight energy savings scheme should take into consideration the
following criteria:

a) all spaces enclosed by walls or ceiling height partitions should be provided with at least

one operated-on-off lighting control for each room;

b) one switch is provided for each task or group of tasks within an area of 30 m2 or less;

c) the total number of switches should be at least one switch for each 1 kW of connected

load; and

d) availability of lighting zones control for energy saving.

6.5.3 Switches provided for task areas, if readily accessible may be mounted as part of the
task lighting fixtures. Switches controlling the same load from more than one location should
not be credited as increasing the number of controls to meet the requirements of this
subclause.

6.5.4 Lighting control requirements for spaces which are used as a whole (such as public
lobbies of office buildings, hotels and hospitals, retail and department stores and service
corridors under centralised supervision) should be controlled in accordance with the work
activities, and controls may be centralised in remote locations.


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6.6 Control accessibility

6.6.1 All lighting controls should be located at an accessible place with the following
exceptions:

a) lighting control requirements for spaces which shall be used as a whole, such as public

lobbies of office buildings, hotels and hospital, retail and department stores and service
corridors under centralised supervision should be controlled in accordance with the work
activities, and controls may be centralised in remote locations;


b) automatic controls;

c) programmable controls;

d) controls requiring trained operators; and

e) controls for safety hazards and security.

6.6.2 Hotel and motel guest rooms should have a master switch which automatically turns
off all lighting, power outlets and reduce operating air-conditioning loads except for essential
loads.

6.6.3 Exterior lighting not intended for 24 hour continuous use should be automatically
switched by timer and/or photocell.

6.6.4 Local manual controls or automatic controls such as photoelectric switches or
automatic dimmers should be provided in day lighted space. Controls should be provided so
as to operate rows of light parallel to the facade/exterior wall.

6.7 Operation and maintenance (O and M) manual and as built drawing

An operation and maintenance manual and as built drawing manual should be provided to the
owner. The manual should include the following information:

a) the design service illuminance;

b) the number of each type of lighting device;

c) the total wattage of each type of lighting device, including nominal rating and gear losses;

d) the installed lighting load for interior and exterior; and

e) the gross built-up floor area of the installation.

6.8 Exterior building lighting power requirements

6.8.1 The same lighting systems criteria specified in 6.3 should apply.

6.8.2 The lighting power load for external car parks, drive-ways, pedestrian malls,
landscape areas, shall not exceed the 5 W/m2. The area shall be the net site area excluding
the built-up area.




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Acknowledgements (concluded)


Members of Working Group on Energy Management System (EMS)
Name Organisation
Ir Chen Thiam Leong (Chairman) Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia
Mr Luqmanul Hakim Tarmizi (Secretary) SIRIM Berhad
Mr Lee Nye Ah BICT Engineering Sdn Bhd
Ir Michael Kwan George Kent (M) Bhd
Mr Yow Shing Chong/
Ms Els Cheng Lee Ching

Honeywell Sdn Bhd

Mr Mohd Faeiz/
Mr Abd Khalid Che Din

Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia

Mr Shaiful Hizam Husin/
Mr Nik Yusani Nik Ismail

Johnson Controls (M) Sdn Bhd


Mr Lim Fang Wei M&C Engineering and Trading Sdn Bhd
Mr Andes Quek/
Mr Ong Ching Loon

Malaysia Chapter of American Society of
Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning
Engineers

Ir Ng Yong Kong Malaysian Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Association

Mr Yap Chee Long Metronic Engineering Sdn Bhd
Mr Khairol Suhardi Shaaban/
Mr Edison Kong

Solar District Cooling Sdn Bhd

Ir Soong Peng Soon The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia

Members of Working Group on Overall Transfer Thermal Value (OTTV)
Name Organisation
Ar Chan Seong Aun (Chairman) Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia
Mr Luqmanul Hakim Tarmizi (Secretary) SIRIM Berhad
Mr CK Tang Building Sector Energy Efficiency Project
Mr Faizul Ideris Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers
Ar Von Kok Leong Malaysia Green Building Confederation
Mr Woo Kok Woh Malaysian Sheet Glass Sdn Bhd
Mr Kannan M Munisamy The Institution of Engineers, Malaysia
Dr Mohamad Fakri Zaky Jaafar Universiti Putra Malaysia









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© Copyright 2014
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilised in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and
microfilm, without permission in writing from the Department of Standards Malaysia.


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