Specifications include, but are not limited to: •All interconnecting wiring shall be stranded, type MTW, shall have 600 volt insulation, andshall be rated for not less than 90 degrees Celsius. Wiring for systems operating at voltages in excess of 120 VAC shall be segregated from other panel wiring either in a separate section of a multi-section panel or behind a removable Plexiglas or similar dielectric barrier. Panel layout shall be developed such that technicians shall have complete access to 120 VAC and lower voltage wiring systems without direct exposure to higher voltages.•Power distribution wiring on the line side of fuses or breakers shall be 12 AWG minimum. Control wiring on the secondary side of fuses shall be 16 AWG minimum. Sensor and probe wiring analog circuits shall utilize 18 AWG shielded, twisted pair, cable insulated for not less than CL3P or PLTC cable based on the installation. •Power and low voltage DC control wiring systems shall be routed in separate wireways. Crossing of different system wires shall be at right angles. Different system wires routed parallel to each other shall be separated by at least 6 inches. Different wiring systems shall terminate on separate terminal blocks. Wiring troughs shall not be filled to more than 60 percent visible fill.•Convenience receptacle shall be backed up by UPS power and shall be protected by a dedicated fuse or circuit breaker. •Each panel shall have a single LED fixture mounted internally to the panel ceiling. Fixture shall be switched to power off with closed panel doors and shall be complete with the lamp.•Each panel shall have a convenience outlet, mounted internally within a stamped steel device box with appropriate cover.