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Bidders are required to submit tenders online at URL https: No manual tenders shall be accepted against this tender enquiry.
Bidders are advised to ensure that they submit their bid within the due date and time of bid submission taking server clock as reference. Quasi sine wave or sine wave typeAverage duty cycle: The configuration of each modelis as follows: Model-4 4 lights Page mankal of Indigenously manufactured PV modules should be usedii.
In Model-4 either two modules of 37 Wp nanual or one module of 74 Wp canbe used. The terminal box on the module should have a provision for opening, forreplacing the cable, if required. There should be a Name Plate fixed inside the module which will give: Name of the Manufacturer or Distinctive Logo. A distinctive serial number starting with NSM will be engraved on the frame ofthe module or screen printed on the tedlar sheet of the module.
Half-wave operation is not acceptable. Page 4 of Electronics should have temperature compensation for proper charging of thebattery throughout the year. The voltage drop from module terminals to the battery terminals should notexceed 0.
The PCB containing the electronics should be capable of solder free installationand replacement.
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The green indicator should indicate the charging under progress and should glow onlywhen the charging is taking place. It should stop glowing when the battery is fullycharged.
The manufacturers can also provide additional information about thesystem and conditions of warranty as necessary. The following minimumdetails must be provided in the Manual: Page mnual of The luminaire is mountedon the pole at a suitable angle to maximize illumination on the ground. The PVmodule is placed at the top of the pole at an angle facing south so that it receivessolar radiation throughout the day, without any shadow falling on it.
A battery isplaced in a box attached to the pole. Electricity generated by the PV module charges the battery during the day time whichpowers the luminaire from dusk to dawn. The system lights at dusk and switches offat dawn automatically.
Compact Fluorescent Lamp of 11 Watt. Minimum 4 metre pole mountedElectronics: Quasi sine wave or sine wave typeDuty Cycle: Either two modules of minimum 37 Wp output each orone module of 74 Wp output should be used.
Electronics should operate at 12 V and should have temperature mqnual forproper charging of the battery throughout the year.
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No load current should be less than 20 mA. The system should have protection against battery overcharge and deep dischargeconditions. Fuse should be provided to protect against short circuit conditions. Protection for reverse flow of current through the PV module s should beprovided. Adequate protection should manial provided against battery reverse polarity. A corrosion resistant metallic frame structure should be fixed on the pole tohold the SPV module.
The frame structure should have provision to adjust its angle of inclination tothe horizontal between 0 and 45, so that the module can be oriented at the specifiedtilt angle. The pole should be made of Galvanised Iron GI pipe. The height of the pole should be 4 metres above the ground level, after groutingand final installation. The pole should have the provision to hold the luminaire. The lamp housing should be water proof and should be painted with a corrosionresistant paint.
A vented, acid proof and corrosion resistant metallic box with a lockingarrangement for outdoor use should be provided for housing the battery.
All the components and parts used in the solar street lighting systems shouldconform to the latest BIS or IEC specifications, wherever such specifications areavailable and applicable. The street lighting system including the battery will be warranted for a periodof five years from the date of supply.
The Manuwl module s will be warranted for a minimum period of 25 years from thedate of supply. The Warranty Card to be supplied with the system must contain the details of thesystem.
For Street Lighting System, module mounting hardware shall be adjustablefor sun orientation. The pole shall be either in one piece with uniformdiameter of 76 mm OD 201 swaged type with 76 mm OD in lower portion and 60 mmOD in upper portion or 76 mm OD throughout,made up of MS duly primered 2coats and painted in silver ash hammertone colour or as chosen by DDO.
Thepole shall have suitable arrangement for grouting and length of the poleabove ground shall not be less than 4. Length of pole below groundshall be minimum 1.
A Solar Lantern is a portable lighting device consisting of a Nanual module,battery, lamp, and electronics. Battery, lamp, and electronics are placed in asuitable housing, made of metal or plastic or fiber glass.
The Solar lantern issuitable for either indoor or outdoor lighting, covering a full range of degrees. PV module converts sun light into electricity, charges the battery which powers theluminaire. Minimum of 3 days or 12 operating hours per permissible discharge.
The lamp should be a 7 Watt compact fluorescent lamp CFL with 4 pins only alongwith proper pre-heating circuit. The lamp should preferably be mounted in a base up dysnd. The housing should be suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use. The following minimum details must beprovided in the Manual: All the item shall be as per MNRE specifications of and tenderer shall possess satisfactory test certificate issued by Solar Energy Centre or any other approved testing centre of MNRE and same shall also be furnished to the concerned D QA at the time of registration and inspection.
Page 10 of Tenderers shall furnish complete details such as addresstelephone, fax, e- mail addresses etc. The supplier shall also provide free training to the local custodians of installations for smooth and trouble-free operation of unit.
Page 11 of General Technical requirement Dhsnd TE: Spare PV Module shall be supplied with appropriate cable, connectors andsoldering terminals. All the item shall be as per MNRE specifications of and tenderer shallpossess satisfactory type test certificate issued by Solar EnergyCentre or any other approved testing centre of MNRE and same shall also befurnished to the concerned D QA at the time of registration and inspection.
PV modules shall be got preinspected at the manufacturer’s works by DQA of the area concerned. If the tenderer do not have sun simulator ,they shall have a testing facility tocheck the power output of PV module offered for inspection by comparing the poweroutput with power out put of calibrated modules by resistive loading at availablenaturalsun intensity.
They shall have voltmeter, dgsnf, D. C power supplies, multimeter, loadingfacility for charge controller, H. Tenderer shall have calibrated PV modules ,type tested lantern,type tested homelighting system,type tested street lighting system duly signed on the stcker affixedon it by the test laboratory for comparison by the inspecter with the offered lot.
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Battery used shall be as per MNES norms. Tubular battery shall be conforming to IS: Following acceptance testing for battery shall be done on battery offered forinspection: Number of samples for acceptance testing shall be as per IS: Purchase invoice of dgsbd module,lamp etc shall be furnished at the time ofinspection.
I-V curve for PV module dgsnx shall be available for verification duringinspection. Page 13 of The complete tender document consists of: They should also indicate their Excise Duty Registration. If a tenderer manuual that the Dgdnd Duty is NIL,he must intimate the basis for thesame and also confrim that no Excise Duty will be charged by him under anycircumstances.
If a tenderer states that the Excise Duty is not applicable at present but will becharged extra if it becomes applicable later on, their offer will be loaded by thenormal rate of Excise Duty for the equitable comparision of prices. If however, thetenderer confirms that they shall not charge any Excise Duty even if it becomespayable at a later date for whatever reasons, no loading of Excise Duty in such acase will be done.
In case no information about excise duty is given,it will be taken as inclusive interms of provisions of Para The tenderers should furnish the details of their turn over and the Excise Duty paidby them in the last three financial yearsin the following formats: In case,they are exempted frompayment of sales tax,a copy mwnual the Exemption Certificate issued by the appropriateauthority may be furnished.
To begin with,this will be applicable forthe current Rate Contract. In case the above details are not submitted along with the tender,the Rate Contractmay be awarded 3 months after the award of parallel Rate Contracts provided the firmmeets the prescribed performance criteria. Page 16 of The purchaser, however, does reserve the right to consider also those firms who haveexecuted supplies to a lower extent. In case theperformance levels have been shown as 0 zero such items may be treated as new manal.
Pursuant to the Correction Slip No. Provisional Receipt of stores by consignee are to be given on copy no. Terms of Delivery are: Stores will be delivered free at consignee’s premisesincluding instalation, freight.
Details as per special terms and conditions.