Bosch REG-D1-875XE-01 Product data

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland (also known as the Lakeland Housing
Authority or LHA) acting for itself and for its affiliate, the Lakeland-Polk Housing
Corporation (also known as LPHC), is requesting proposals from licensed and qualified
contractors for Remote Video Surveillance Systems for Dakota Park Apartments, WestLake
Apartments, The Manor at Washington Ridge, and the LHA Administration Building. The
awarded contract(s) will contain a monthly maintenance provision for a base period of one
(1) year with an option to extend for up to two (2) additional one-year periods.
LHA reserves the right to award one or more contracts resulting from this Request for
Proposals. Responses must be submitted by 2:00 p.m., Eastern Time, on January 08,
2014.
The appropriate forms may be obtained by emailing a request to
Procurement@LakelandHousing.org.
Minority and Woman Business Enterprises (MBE/WBE) and Section 3 firms are strongly
encouraged to respond to this and all LHA solicitations.
LAKELAND HOUSING AUTHORITY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR
REMOTE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS FOR
DAKOTA PARK APARTMENTS, WESTLAKE APARTMENTS, THE MANOR AT
WASHINGTON RIDGE, AND THE LHA ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
1.
ADMINISTRATIVE BACKGROUND
The Lakeland Housing Authority (LHA) is a public body corporate and politic
established in 1939 under the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 and Chapter 421, Florida
Statutes. LHA and its affiliates provide low-income housing assistance mainly to
the residents of Lakeland, Florida. A seven member Board of Commissioners
appointed by the Mayor of City of Lakeland governs it. LHA or/and its affiliates
currently own(s) and, with the assistance of West Lake Management, LLC,
manages: federally assisted housing units (public housing); tax credit properties;
public housing/tax credit properties (mixed finance); and Section 8 Project based/tax
credit properties, all of which are located in Polk County--most in the City of
Lakeland. A majority of LHA's revenue is received through the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and agencies of or affiliated with the State
of Florida including the Florida Department of Education.
The mission of the Lakeland Housing Authority is to provide quality, affordable
housing and self-sufficiency opportunities in an effective and professional manner.
2.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
A. General
The Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland, Florida with its affiliate, the
Lakeland-Polk Housing Corporation, is requesting proposals from qualified
contractors (Contractors) to design, provide, install, and maintain remote video
surveillance systems at LHA’s Administration Building and at two communities:
Dakota Park Apartments and Westlake Apartments. LHA/LPHC also desires to add
portable remote cameras at The Manor at Washington Ridge—an elderly
independent-living apartment building--which currently has an existing video
surveillance system.
At this time, LHA/LPHC has video surveillance systems installed at five (5)
communities. Each system is viewed remotely from a monitoring station located
within the LHA Administration Building located at 430 Hartsell Avenue, Lakeland,
Florida 33815. LHA desires to integrate the systems resulting from this solicitation
with LHA existing video surveillance program. All equipment provided by the
selected Contractor(s) must be compatible with existing software currently used at
LHA’s monitoring station. A list of remote video surveillance equipment presently
installed at the five communities and at LHA’s monitoring station is attached as
Exhibit A.
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LHA desires that all work commence as soon as possible upon execution of a
contract. The proposing Contractor must include an anticipated timeline with its
response.
For each calendar day that the project remains incomplete beyond the negotiated
completion date specified in the contract or modification thereto, LHA reserves the
right to assess a liquidated damages fee of $75.00 per day.
LHA also reserves the right to request staffing changes by the selected
Contractor(s) if services are not being provided to LHA’s satisfaction.
The respondent to this solicitation is responsible for making accurate measurements
and accurately determining the quantity of materials, labor, and equipment needed
to satisfactorily provide the services requested in this Request for Proposals (RFP).
Such inspections may be made during normal, non-holiday, business hours, Monday
through Friday. If assistance is required to access any community, The Manor at
Washington Ridge, or the LHA Administration Building, the potential Contractor
should contact, Mr. Carlos Pizarro, LHA’s Director of Housing, at 863.687.2911
x252 for assistance.
3.
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS:
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Dakota Park Apartments (Dakota Park): This community is located at 1411
Kettles Avenue, Lakeland, Florida. Dakota Park is situated on 3.045 acres of
land. It consists of: six (6) residential buildings comprised of 40 apartments,
an office space, and a community room. Four (4) of the buildings are twostory in height. The remaining two (2) buildings are one-story. On July 18,
2013, representatives from the Lakeland Police Department (LPD) prepared a
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) survey for Dakota
Park. As part of the CPTED, LPD noted the presence of gang activity. Since
gang activity appears to be coming from outside of the community, the
CPTED recommended that LHA install closed circuit television (CCTV)
cameras at the property. Other suggestions from LPD for combating criminal
and other undesirable activity included: additional lighting, landscaping
modifications, a change in the paint colors, and maintenance
recommendations. A copy of the CPTED is included as Exhibit B. To date,
LHA has addressed the paint colors, landscaping, and maintenance
recommendations.
The selected Contractor will be required to assess the layout of the
community and design a surveillance system that will maximize effective
CCTV coverage at the property for the most economical cost. Previous
assessments of the property reveal that Dakota Park has five (5) “hotspots”
that require immediate attention. A site plan detailing the location of each
“hotspot” is included as Exhibit C.
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Westlake Apartments (WestLake): This community is located at 501 Hartsell
Avenue, Lakeland, Florida. WestLake is situated on approximately 17 acres
of land. It consists of 46, one-story buildings comprised of 120 apartments.
LPD did not develop a CPTED survey for this site. Instead LPD suggested
that LHA focus its funding mostly on the installation of CCTV cameras along
the side streets which have been the main location of the “hotspots.”
Previous assessments of WestLake identified 12 “hotspots” that require
immediate attention. LHA has already installed three (3) cameras at one (1)
of the “hotspots”--the YouthBuild/Community Building.
A site plan
specifying the location of each “hotspot” is attached as Exhibit D. As
certain “hotspots” for WestLake constantly change, past assessments for
the property included recommendations to install portable surveillance
equipment. As with Dakota Park, the selected Contractor will be responsible
for designing a surveillance system that effectively maximizes CCTV
coverage at WestLake for the most economical cost.
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The Manor at Washington Ridge: This is a senior living facility located at
150 W. 14th Street, Lakeland, Florida. It is a three story building comprised
of 78 one-bedroom units. There are seven (7) locations inside of the building
where LHA is seeking to have portable video cameras added to the existing
remote video surveillance system. This solicitation requires:
 On each of the three floors—one (1) camera at the entrance of each
of the two (2) laundry rooms for a subtotal of six (6) cameras.
 On the first floor—one (1) camera to simultaneously view the
entrances of both public rest rooms for a subtotal of one (1) camera.
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LHA Administration Building: The Administration Building is located at 430
S. Hartsell Avenue, Lakeland, Florida. It is a one-story building with five (5)
entrances. One (1) entrance is located at the basement level. The other
entrances are located on the first floor. The surveillance system for the
Administration Building must be designed in a manner to allow the cameras
to provide coverage of the five (5) entrances in addition to the four (4)
parking lots. There are also six (6) locations inside of the building on the
first floor where LHA requires cameras to be installed. A floor plan
specifying the location of each area requiring coverage is attached as Exhibit
E.
As part of the designs for each Dakota Park, WestLake, The Manor at Washington
Ridge, and the LHA Administration Building; the selected Contractor(s) will specify
the types of: cameras, lighting, poles, anchors, wiring, etc. for the proposed
systems. The cameras specified shall have day/night functionality with high video
resolution for indoor and outdoor surveillance. All equipment specified must be
vandal-resistant.
The selected Contractor(s) shall provide a site plan of each property detailing the
location and quantity for all equipment specified, e.g., fixed/portable cameras with
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pan/tilt/zoom features, DVRs, monitors, poles, additional lighting. The selected
Contractor(s) will be responsible for installing all equipment specified in its approved
submitted design. The selected Contractor(s) shall provide all customary and usual:
services, equipment, and supplies including, but not limited to, labor and
transportation in order to design, provide, and install effective surveillance systems
at Dakota Park, WestLake, The Manor at Washington Ridge, and the LHA
Administration Building. Fee proposals from the selected Contractor(s) shall also
include a one-year service agreement for monthly maintenance of the systems. In
the performance of the contract, the selected Contractor(s) agrees it will abide by
all existing laws, codes, rules, and regulations set forth by all appropriate authorities
having jurisdiction in the location where the work is being performed. The selected
Contractor(s) will also be responsible for all permits.
4.
SUBMITTAL FORMAT
Submittal Format: Submittals shall be provided in the following format securely
bound. Page separators/tabs shall clearly identify each section to facilitate quick
reference and comparison to the material submitted by other proposers. Brevity will
be appreciated.
Letter of Transmittal:
The proposing Contractor shall include a letter of transmittal bearing the
signature of an authorized representative of the proposing Contractor and the
name and the email address of the individual authorized to negotiate services and
costs with LHA.
Tab 1—Experience of Proposing Contractor
a. Describe those factors that differentiate the proposing Contractor's services
from the services provided by other such video surveillance system
providers.
b. Demonstrate that the proposing Contractor has a minimum of five (5) years
of experience in designing, installing, and maintaining remote video
surveillance systems.
c. Demonstrate the proposing Contractor’s experience in designing, installing,
and maintaining surveillance systems of similar scope and complexity for-preferably public sector--entities within the last three (3) years. Include
contact information which includes name, title, and phone number of a
knowledgeable representative at each entity.
d. Describe the proposing Contractor’s ability to perform the proposed services
described in its response to this RFP taking into consideration all other
commitments that the proposing Contractor’s is currently performing.
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Tab 2—Organization and Staff Experience:
a. Provide an organizational chart and resumes (or a similar summary of
qualifications) which includes qualifications and pertinent experience of each
key staff member who would be assigned to work under this contract.
Tab 3—Proposed Design Services:
a. For the Dakota Park community, the proposing Contractor shall:
1. Describe what means and methods it proposes to provide the desired
benchmarks. Include an anticipated timeline of completion
benchmarks.
1. Provide a site plan detailing the location, type, and quantity of all
equipment specified, e.g., fixed/portable cameras with pan/tilt/zoom
features, DVRs, monitors, poles, additional lighting.
b. For the WestLake community, the proposing Contractor shall:
2. Describe what means and methods it proposes to provide the desired
surveillance system. Include an anticipated timeline of completion
benchmarks.
3. Provide a site plan detailing the location, type, and quantity of all
equipment specified, e.g., fixed/portable cameras with pan/tilt/zoom
features, DVRs, monitors, poles, additional lighting.
c. For The Manor at Washington Ridge building, the proposing Contractor shall:
1. Provide product data and specifications for portable cameras
proposed for the site. Demonstrate that cameras specified are
compatible with existing surveillance system. Include an anticipated
timeline of completion benchmarks.
d. For the LHA Administration Building, the proposing Contractor shall:
1. Describe what means and methods it proposes to provide the desired
surveillance system. Include an anticipated timeline of completion
benchmarks.
2. Provide a site plan detailing the location, type, and quantity of all
equipment specified, e.g., fixed/portable cameras with pan/tilt/zoom
features, DVRs, monitors, poles, additional lighting.
Tab 4—Fee Schedule:
In its best interest, LHA reserves the right to award:
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a.
Two or more contracts as a result of this solicitation. Therefore, each
respondent to this RFP will provide an Individual Fee Schedule for each of
the following sites:
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Dakota Park
WestLake
The Manor at Washington Ridge, and
LHA Administration Building.
Each Individual Fee Schedule will provide:
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A detailed fee schedule which includes information on hourly rates,
travel costs, per diem, testing fees, training, and other miscellaneous
cost factors.*
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A fee proposal for a one-year service agreement for monthly
maintenance of the above system.*
or
b. One contract as a result of this solicitation. Therefore, each respondent to
this RFP will also provide a Combined Fee Schedule which includes the fees
for all of the following sites:
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Dakota Park
WestLake
The Manor at Washington Ridge, and
LHA Administration Building.
The Combined Fee Schedule will provide:
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A detailed fee schedule which includes information on hourly rates,
travel costs, per diem, testing fees, training, and other miscellaneous
cost factors.*
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A fee proposal for a one-year service agreement for monthly
maintenance of the above system.*
*(Note: All pricing and proposed services are subject to later negotiation.)
Tab 5--Submission of Required Documents
Please provide:
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Proof of current general liability and automotive liability insurance
coverage.
(Note: both the general liability insurance and the automotive liability insurance
must have a minimum of $1 million per occurrence.)
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Proof of current Workers’ Compensation coverage for all staff that will be
physically present on any LHA/LPHC property. Coverage must meet or
exceed State of Florida requirements.
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At least, ten references for recent projects--particularly with public sector
entities--that are similar to the services requested in this RFP. Provide
contact information which includes name, title, and phone number of a
knowledgeable representative at each entity. This information may, in
part, duplicate the information provided in Tab 1 c. above.
Please complete and provide the following documents which are attached to this
RFP:
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5.
HUD Form 5369-B
HUD Form 5369-C
HUD Form 50070
Section 3 Business Form
Non-Collusion Certification
Public Entity Crime Statement
SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE
An original—designated as the “original” and signed in blue ink--and five (5) copies
of the submittal are to be delivered to LHA on or before 2:00 p.m., Eastern Time,
on January 08, 2014. No submittal to this RFP will be accepted after this specified
time.
(NOTE: LHA reserves the right to reject any response to this RFP that does not provide the
requested number of copies.)
6.
SUBMISSION OF OFFERS
All submittals transmitted by mail or hand-delivered shall be in sealed envelopes and
addressed to:
Tom Hornack
re: Remote Video Surveillance Systems for Dakota Park Apartments,
WestLake Apartments, The Manor at Washington Ridge, and the LHA
Administration Building RFP
Lakeland Housing Authority
430 Hartsell Avenue
Lakeland, Florida 33815
Submittals transmitted by facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted.
All submittals and accompanying material will become the property of LHA and will
not be returned to the proposer.
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7.
CLARIFICATION OF RESPONSES
LHA reserves the right to obtain clarification of any point in a proposing
Contractor’s submittal or to obtain additional information necessary to properly
evaluate a particular submittal. Failure of a proposing Contractor to respond to
such a request for additional information or clarification could result in rejection of
that Contractor’s response.
8.
SCORING/AWARD EVALUATION CRITERIA
A review committee shall evaluate and score each submittal using the methods
described in this RFP. A contract will be awarded to the proposing Contractor(s)
whose submittal best meets the needs and requirements of LHA/LPHC. LHA
reserves the right to reject any or all submittals, to award one or more contracts, or
to award no contract. An interview with the finalists may or may not be required at
the discretion of LHA/LPHC.
The evaluation criteria to be used in reviewing submittals and their respective
weights are as follows:
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Letter of Transmittal-–failure to submit this document could render the
potential Contractor’s proposal as non-responsive, and therefore, it will
not receive consideration.
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Experience of Proposing Contractor as described in “Tab 1”--up to 25
points
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Organization and Staff Experience as described in “Tab 2”—up to 25
points
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Proposed Design Services as described in “Tab 3”—up to 20 points for
Dakota Park, up to 20 points for WestLake, up to 10 points for The
Manor at Washington Ridge, and up to 10 points for the LHA
Administration Building
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Fee Schedule as described in “Tab 4”—
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a. Up to 15 points for Dakota Park, up to 15 points for WestLake, up
to 10 points for The Manor at Washington Ridge, and up to 10 points
for the LHA Administration Building
or
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b. Up to 50 points for a combined Fee Schedule.
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Submission of Required Documents as described in “Tab 5”—failure to
complete and/or submitted the requested documents listed under this tab
could render the potential Contractor’s proposal as non-responsive, and
therefore, it will not receive consideration.
Total Possible Points—160 points
LHA reserves the right to waive any minor irregularities or technicalities in the
submittals received.
9.
GENERAL CONDITIONS:
Communications--In order to maintain a fair and impartial competitive process, LHA
shall avoid private communication concerning this procurement with prospective
proposer during the entire procurement process. Please respect this policy and do
not attempt to query LHA or LPHC personnel regarding this RFP.
Ex parte communication regarding this solicitation is prohibited between a potential or
current respondent and any LHA or LPHC Board of Commissioners member, LHA,
LPHC, or West Lake Management staff, or any other person serving as an evaluator
during this procurement process. A respondent who directly contacts any: LHA or
LPHC Board of Commissioners member; LHA, LPHC, or West Lake Management staff;
or proposal evaluator regarding this solicitation risks elimination of its proposal from
consideration. Correspondence with the LHA’s Administrative Services Manager, Tom
Hornack, does not constitute ex parte communication.
Oral instructions or
information concerning the specifications of this project given out by any LHA or LPHC
Board of Commissioners member or another LHA, LPHC, or West Lake Management
employee or agent to a prospective proposer shall not bind LHA or LPHC.
In the event that a potential Contractor has questions that it would like to have
addressed,
the
potential
Contractor
may
email
questions
to:
Procurement@Lakelandhousing.org, prior to 9:00 a.m., Eastern Time, on December
13, 2013. Receipt of request will be acknowledged. On or before 5:00 p.m.,
Eastern Time, on December 16, 2013, a response will be sent to all potential
proposers who received this RFP directly from LHA. It is the potential Contractor’s
responsibility to monitor his/her email account for additional information relevant to
this RFP.
10.
MODIFICATION OF SOLICITATION
LHA reserves the right to modify this RFP as deemed necessary by LHA. Any such
modification or amendment will be sent by email on or before 6:00 p.m., Eastern
Time, on December 16, 2013 to all potential Contractors who received this RFP
directly from LHA.
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LHA also reserves the right: to increase or delete any scheduled items; to award
portions of this RFP; to waive informalities and technicalities; to make no award; to
terminate this RFP solicitation at any time; and to make awards consistent with
LHA's policies and the laws governing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) and/or State of Florida programs.
11.
SUBMITTALS ARE PUBLIC RECORD
After the award of an agreement(s) resulting from this RFP, all information
submitted by the proposers shall be public record and subject to disclosure pursuant
to the Florida Public Records law. A proposer shall not copyright or cause to be
copyrighted any portion of any said document submitted to LHA as a result of this
RFP.
12.
SMALL BUSINESSES, MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, WOMAN BUSINESS
ENTERPRISES, AND SECTION 3 QUALIFIED BUSINESSES
LHA strongly encourages the participation of Small Businesses, Minority-owned
businesses, Women-owned businesses (please see item 2 of HUD Form 5369-C-attached), and/or Section 3-qualified businesses (please see Section 3 Business
Form attached) in this and all LHA projects, programs, and services.
13.
NEGOTIATIONS AND AWARD
Negotiations may be conducted with respondents determined to have a reasonable
chance of being selected for award based on evaluation of qualifications and other
factors considered to be most advantageous to LHA. Such respondents shall be
accorded fair and equal treatment with respect to any opportunity for negotiations
and revisions of submittals—to assure full understanding of and conformance to the
services requested by LHA. No respondent shall be assisted in bringing its
submittal up to the level of another in order to be considered for award. LHA
reserves the right to request additional information concerning any/all submittals
submitted. A common deadline shall be established for the receipt of submittal
revisions based on negotiations.
After the evaluation of the submittal revisions, if any, the contract will be awarded
to the responsible respondent(s) whose qualifications and other factors considered
are the most advantageous to LHA.
14.
DISPUTES
In case of any doubt or differences of opinions as to the items or service to be
furnished hereunder or the interpretation of the provisions of the RFP, the decision
of LHA shall be final and binding upon all parties.
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15.
ASSIGNMENT
Neither the resultant contract nor any of the requirements, rights, or privileges
demanded by it may be sold, assigned, contracted, or transferred by the selected
firm without the express written consent of LHA.
16.
MANDATORY CONTRACT PROVISIONS AND CLAUSES
At a minimum, a contract awarded under this RFP will require compliance with the
following HUD forms: 5369-B, 5369-C, and 50070—copies are attached to this
RFP--as well as applicable portions of LHA’s Section 3 and Minority and Woman
Business Enterprise Policy which can be accessed at: http://lakelandhousing.org/wpcontent/uploads/MWBE-Section-3-Policy-corrected-022113.pdf.
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EXHIBIT A
LIST OF REMOTE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT
PRESENTLY INSTALLED AT
THE FIVE COMMUNITIES AND AT LHA’S MONITORING STATION
The software that is being used to view all of the cameras remotely is NetVu Observer. Surveillance equipment
installed at Colton Meadow, John Wright Apartments, The Manor at Washington Ridge, Villas at Lake Bonnet, and
Westlake Apartments are as follows:
Item Equipment # 1. Camera 2. Camera 3. 4. 5. Camera DVRs Monitor Brand Model # Description Honeywell Honeywell HCD92534 HD4MDIP Bosch Digital Sprite 2 Honeywell REG‐L1 HMLCD17L True Day/Night IR Bullet Camera True Day/Night Rugged Indoor/Outdoor Dome Network Camera License Plate Cameras Dedicated Micros L‐Series LCD Monitor 13
CCTV | REG‑L1 License Plate Cameras
REG‑L1 License Plate Cameras
▶ High speed capture to 160 km/h (100 mph)
▶ 24/7 Capture in day and dark conditions
▶ Advanced Ambient Rejection Technology
▶ Energy efficient operation at 12 to 24 VAC/VDC
▶ Compact housing, installer friendly design
REG‑L1 integrates advances in optics, electronics, IR
illumination and Ambient Rejection Technology to deliver
consistent, reliable number plate capture in the most
challenging of conditions
With an operational range of up to 30 m (100 ft) or 25 m
(80 ft) depending on number plate size, REG-L1 delivers
high contrast number plate images across the complete
spectrum of ambient lighting conditions, from total
darkness to direct glare from sunlight and vehicle
headlights. The camera can capture clear plate images from
vehicles moving at speeds of up to 160 km/h (100 mph)
enabling effective capture on motorways, highways and in
other high speed applications.
The unit housing is weather-sealed and field proven for
successful application in extreme environments. REG‑L1’s
LED array eliminates the need for routine bulb changes. An
improved electronic design allows for energy efficient
operation at 12 to 24 VAC/VDC
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Traffic monitoring
Border control
Access control
Car parking
Policing
Post event investigation
12 V to 24 VAC/VDC operation
Installation/Configuration Notes
Ordering chart
REG-L1
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1.
Model
REG-L1
2.
Wavelength
8
850 nm
3.
Lens
12
12 mm
16
16 mm
25
25 mm
Functions
35
35 mm
Applications
• ANPR
75
75 mm
REG‑L1 is designed to work with NVRs or with DVRs. It is
specifically designed to work with third party ANPR
software.
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2 | REG‑L1 License Plate Cameras
Ordering Information
1.
Model
REG-L1
4.
Camera Type
X
Standard
5.
Region
C
CCIR
E
EIA
6.
Color
01
Black
Technical Specifications
Operational Range
Up to 30 m (100 ft) or 25 m (80 ft) depending on number plate size
Camera Sensors
1/2 in LXR CCD sensor
Resolution
High resolution 600 TVL
IR Illumination
LED array, 850 nm
Life
Greater than 5 years
Input
12 to 24 VAC/VDC
Consumption
30 W
Temperature Range
-50 °C to +50 °C (-58 °F to +122 °F)
Construction
Robust, weather sealed aluminum casting
and extrusion
Environmental
Sunshield
Dimensions
250 x 154 x 165 mm (9.8 x 6.1 x 6.5 in)
Weight
2.8 kg (6.2 lb)
Color
Supplied in black(RAL B401)
Camera Selection Tables
Range for 12 x 6 in (305 x 152 mm) number plates
(common in North America)
Model
Range
Optimal Distance
REG‑L1‑816
4 to 7 m (12 to 22 ft)
5 m (16 ft)
REG‑L1‑825
6 to 10 m (20 to 34 ft)
8 m (25 ft)
REG‑L1‑835
8 to 15 m (27 to 48 ft)
11 m (35 ft)
REG‑L1‑850
12 to 21 m (40 to 68 ft)
15 m (50 ft)
REG‑L1‑875
17 to 24 m (55 to 80 ft)
23 m (75 ft)
Range for 520 x 111 mm (20.5 x 4.4 in) number plates
(common in Europe)
Model
Range
Optimal Distance
REG‑L1‑812
3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft)
5 m (16 ft)
REG‑L1‑816
5 to 8 m (16 to 26 ft)
7 m (23 ft)
REG‑L1‑825
7 to 12 m (23 to 40 ft)
10 m (33 ft)
REG‑L1‑835
11 to 18 m (34 to 60 ft)
15 m (50 ft)
REG‑L1‑850
17 to 25 m (56 to 82 ft)
22 m (72 ft)
REG‑L1‑875
22 to 30 m (72 to 100 ft)
28 m (92 ft)
REG-L1-812XC-01 License Plate Camera
License Plate Reader with LED, 12 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 3 to 6 m (10 to 20 ft), psu
separate
REG-L1-812XC-01
REG‑L1‑816XE‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 16 mm lens,
SX8 camera, EIA, 12 to 22 ft, psu separate
REG-L1-816XE-01
REG‑L1‑816XC‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 16 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 5 to 8 m (16 to 26 ft), psu
separate
REG-L1-816XC-01
REG-L1-825XE-01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 25 mm lens,
SX8 camera, EIA, 20 to 34 ft, psu separate
REG-L1-825XE-01
REG‑L1‑825XC‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 25 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 7 to 12 m (23 to 40 ft), psu
separate
REG-L1-825XC-01
REG‑L1‑835XE‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 35 mm lens,
SX8 camera, EIA, 27 to 48 ft, psu separate
REG-L1-835XE-01
REG‑L1‑835XC‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 35 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 11 to 18 m (36 to 59 ft),
psu separate
REG-L1-835XC-01
REG‑L1‑850XE‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 50 mm lens,
SX8 camera, EIA, 40 to 68 ft, psu separate
REG-L1-850XE-01
REG‑L1‑850XC‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 50 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 17 to 25 m (55 to 82 ft),
psu separate
REG-L1-850XC-01
REG‑L1‑875XE‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 75 mm lens,
SX8 camera, EIA, 55 to 80 ft, psu separate
REG‑L1‑875XE‑01
REG‑L1‑875XC‑01 License Plate Camera
License plate reader with LED, 75 mm lens,
SX8 camera, CCIR, 21 to 30 m (70 to 100 ft),
psu separate
REG‑L1‑875XC‑01
Accessories
EXMB.017B Wall Mount Adapter Bracket
Wall Mount Adapter, Black
EXMB.017B
EXMB.028B Cable Managed Wall Bracket
Cable-managed arm bracket, black
EXMB.028B
EXMB.015B Pole Mount Adapter Bracket
Pole Mount Adapter, black
EXMB.015B
EXMB.061 Pole Top Bracket
Stainless Pole Top Bracket
EXMB.061
EXMB.029B Ceiling Mount Bracket
Ceiling Mount Bracket, Black
EXMB.029B
UPA-2450-60 Power Supply
120 VAC, 60 Hz, 24 VAC, 50 VA Out
UPA-2450-60
UPA-2450-50 Power Supply
220 VAC, 50 Hz, 24 VAC, 50 VA Out
UPA-2450-50
REG‑L1 License Plate Cameras | 3
www.boschsecurity.com
4 | REG‑L1 License Plate Cameras
Americas:
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, New York, 14450, USA
Phone: +1 800 289 0096
Fax: +1 585 223 9180
security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us
Europe, Middle East, Africa:
Bosch Security Systems B.V.
P.O. Box 80002
5600 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Phone: + 31 40 2577 284
Fax: +31 40 2577 330
emea.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
© Bosch Security Systems Inc. 10 | Data subject to change without notice
T4824547979 | Cur: en-US, V19, 7 Jul 2010
Asia-Pacific:
Represented by
Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd, Security Systems
11 Bishan Street 21
Singapore 573943
Phone: +65 6258 5511
Fax: +65 6571 2698
apr.securitysystems@bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.com
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PROFESSIONAL, CONNECTED CCTV
The New Digital Sprite 2 provides true flexibility for professional
Variable alarm configuration allows remote notification of alarms
CCTV security solutions. An intuitive interface allows easy local
from any single DS2 through a variety of communication channels.
user operation whilst IP connectivity provides remote monitoring
Pre-event alarm recording ensures images are captured before the
and system configuration via Dedicated Micros ‘NetVu
incident occurs whilst on-site communication can be maintained
Connected’ software.
through high quality bi-directional audio.
High quality recordings are accessible locally to the user at the
A built in DVD-R writer provides a quick and easy way of copying
touch of a button or via powerful GOTO and event recall facilities.
key events to DVD or CD on-site while FTP archiving allows
Remote operators can utilise the latest MPEG-4 compression
evidence transfer over the network, automatically or on demand.
technology to view images via NetVu ObserVer or embedded DV-
The DS2 provides a self-contained local security solution whilst
IP Decoders.
ensuring that the requirements of remote 24 hour surveillance are
The DS2 includes built-in co-axial & twisted pair telemetry to
met through Dedicated Micros professional ‘NetVu Connected’
enhance the range of DS2 applications.
solution deployed over new or existing IP enabled networks.
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Instant access to high quality recordings
Built-in internal DVD-R (DVD Writer)
Simultaneous MPEG-4 transmission and JPEG recording
Designed for BS-8418 compliance
Simultaneous record, playback, live viewing, archiving and multiple user network viewing with
no loss of recording performance
Pre-alarm recording to capture evidence before alarms are triggered
Instant Remote Alarm monitoring using Ethernet or PPP modem link
Dial-out on alarm and alternative signalling path
NetVu Connected
Alarm notification via E-Mail and SMS
Immediate access to any time/date via instant GOTO capability
IP connectivity and remote monitoring functionality
Video motion search allows search back through recordings for movement in a specific area of the image
Web based configuration allows remote system adjustments negating the need for site visits
Multiway DuoVu for live and recorded viewing simultaneously
MultiMode Recording - Dynamically-switchable resolution, record-rate & compression (MPEG4/JPEG) per camera
Text Support – capture, record and search text data with relevant CCTV footage
Real-time alarms can be triggered on suspect transactions using keywords
SPECIFICATION
CAMERAS
FLASH DISK OPERATION
6, 9 and 16 camera models available. Auto detection on power up.
Loop through BNC connectors provided for each camera input.
Alarm on Camera Fail
To ensure that surveillance and alarm reporting functions are
unaffected in the unlikely event of HDD failure, the DS2 has a builtin Flash Disk containing all the essential program and configuration
data.
HIDDEN CAMERAS
Option to view all or selected cameras, without affecting cameras
recording. Hidden cameras can be viewed via the network.
MONITOR VIEWING
Main monitor (S-Video & Composite):
Full screen, programmable sequence & alarm switching.
Programmable multi-screens: picture-in-picture, quad, 5+1, 4+3,
9 way, 8+2, 12+1,16 way x2 electronic zoom, freeze frame.
Spot monitor: (Composite)
Full screen, programmable sequence & alarm switching.
SEARCH AND PLAYBACK
• One button touch
• Frame advance/rewind, fast picture search and pause keys
• Event list, including event list filter with unique quadrant
preview facility
• GOTO time and date
• Playback in full screen and muliti screen
• Simultaneous live and playback on screen
MULTIWAY DuoVu
DS2 has traditionally provided playback in full screen, picture in
picture and quad display modes. Now you can choose to playback
in any multiway display mode, right up to 16-way. For ultimate
flexibility you can now have any combination of live and recorded
segments on the multiway view, allowing you to review recorded
material, while keeping an eye to ongoing surveillance.
SCHEDULING
Choice of day, night or weekend scheduling offers the ability
to automatically:
• Select the cameras to be recorded
• Switch alarms and activity on/off
• Alter the record rate for standard, alarm and activity recording
Activation is via timer or alarm panel link to Alarm input
TIMED EXPIRY
• Timed expiry option allows images to be held for a selected
number of days
• Images on the disk which are older than the number of days
selected are not accessible
EVENT COPYING
Individual images, event sequences, audio and user defined recorded
sequences can be saved to the internal DVD-R drive of DS2.
The DVD or CD images are digitally signed for authentication
purposes. Playback of images from the DVD or CD is via a standard
DVD-ROM drive (CD-ROM for CD-R media). The DVD/CD playback
software will auto-run and does not require the installation of
software on the users PC.
DIGITAL AUTHENTICATION
The use of a digital authentication process allows the user to detect
whether the image or series of images has been tampered with
since it was written to the storage media.
VIDEO MOTION SEARCH FACILITY
ALARMS
Allows the user to search through hard-disk recordings for
movement in a particular area of the image, set up on a 16x16
(PAL) cell grid (16x14 NTSC). The unit is then able to search back
through the hard drive and create a list of activities for the user to
view and archive as required. Searching can also be filtered to limit
the search to user-defined times and dates.
17 normally open/closed alarm inputs available via on board 25 way
D-type connection (expandable via up to 16 optional remote alarm
modules CIO1).
Up to a total of 8 contacts may be assigned to each camera input.
Multiple alarms can trigger one camera and/or 1 alarm can trigger
multiple cameras
Options:
• Up to 15 minutes of protected pre and post alarm recording per
event
• Protect Alarm images from overwrite for a configurable period of
time
• Main monitor display of last alarm camera or all alarmed cameras
in sequence or multiscreen
• Trigger telemetry preset on alarm
• Capture additional still image at moment of alarm
• Buzzer activated on alarm
• Light duty relay output triggered via alarm zone
• Instant messaging to remote network client on alarm
• Automatic archive of alarm video and audio to FTP server or
DVD-R/CD-R
RECORDING
MultiMode recording gives you the ability to set different record
rates, resolutions and compression algorithms across scheduled,
normal and alarm modes. Up to 24 MultiMode Recording profiles
can be set per unit, giving you the flexibility to adjust resolution
(QCIF to 4CIF), record rates and compression settings (MPEG-4/JPEG)
dynamically on individual cameras and across the whole unit.
RECORDING
Playback and record to hard disk simultaneously.
The unit provides the option to continuously archive video and
audio data to a FTP server
A choice of hard disk options are available. Please contact customer
services in your region or check the website at
www.dedicatedmicros.com for further information.
Please note drive sizes may vary from time to time which may result
in a larger drive capacity than stated being supplied with the unit.
Protected images:
The system can be configured to protect images from being
overwritten permanently or for a fixed period of time, when an
alarm is activated. The end user can also manually configure
sections of recorded images to be protected from overwrite, and
remove protection.
RECORD RATE
The standard Digital Sprite 2 can record real time on 2 cameras at
50PPS(PAL), 60PPS (NTSC) and 4 cameras at 100PPS (PAL), 120PPS
(NTSC).
EXTERNAL RAID DEVICES
We recommend that only DM approved external RAID devices
should be used with the DS2 range.
Please contact Technical Support in your region for further
information on recommended devices or visit the web site at
www.dedicatedmicros.com/support
VIDEO MOTION DETECTION
Programmable 16x16 (PAL) grid (16x14 NTSC) with 5 levels of
sensitivity for each camera view.
16 advanced VMD trigger zones with individual sensitivity on a
88x64 (PAL) grid (88x60 NTSC) for each camera.
This is based on standard resolution settings of 720x256 (PAL) and
720x240 (NTSC).
Options:
• Up to 15 minutes of protected pre and post activity recording per
event
• Protect VMD images from overwrite for configurable period of
time
• Main monitor display of last VMD camera, or all VMD cameras in
sequence or multiscreen
• Buzzer activated on VMD
• Light duty relay output triggered on VMD activity
• Instant messaging to remote network client on VMD
• Automatic archive of VMD to FTP server or DVD-R/CD-R
PRE-ALARM
Each camera input can continuously capture a configurable number
of images at a user defined pre-alarm capture rate. When an event
occurs, the images captured before the alarm event are recorded to
disk, allowing the viewer to see enhanced evidence leading up to
the event.
FALSE ALARM SUPRESSION
Advanced alarm zones added to DS2 allow you to combine multiple
detection sources to minimise false triggers. E.g. you can set an
alarm to be triggered by a combination of a PIR and Camera VMD
to remove miss-triggers from either source. Added to this, each
alarm input can be temporarily disabled by a remote administrator
to ensure that faulty detectors do not mask real alarm incidents.
TEXT SUPPORT
Through the inclusion of Text Support, the DS2 can search captured
transaction data for specific goods purchased, transaction numbers,
credit card references, keywords etc. and jump straight to the
associated video sequence. Additional functionality allows alarms
to be raised on the use of keywords from POS and other devices.
Search and playback is also supported through NetVu ObserVer.
INSTANT ALARM REPORTING
independent and does not affect the recording or local operation.
The Digital Sprite 2 includes a network bandwidth limitation option,
which allows the bandwidth used by the Digital Sprite 2 to be
capped. For low bandwidth remote network links, viewing
applications can request that video is sent in MPEG-4 format, while
local network viewers can simultaneously view using high quality
JPEG images.
NetVu ObserVer software and Web page features include:
• Live full, quad, 6, 9 and 16 way screens
• VCR style fast forward and rewind, playback and frame advance/
rew
• GOTO time and date
• File export of digitally signed images over the network to the
user’s PC using NetVu software
• Archived images can be viewed using DM's NetVu ObserVer
software, supplied with the product and as a free download from
the DM website
• Remote manual control of relay output on the unit
• Telemetry control, including PTZ and telemetry presets
• Multiple user access
• Event log
• Network viewing is also available for Mac OSX and Linux
See the latest NetVu ObserVer datasheet for more information.
The system can dial-out on alarm to a remote site to provide instant
alarm notification.
• Instant alarm reporting
• Dial-out on alarm
• Alternative signalling path
COLOUR RESOLUTION
E-MAIL & SMS NOTIFICATION
COMPRESSION
Emails can be sent on alarm or other critical events.
Notifies the following events on a camera by camera basis:
• Alarm
• Activity
• Camera fail
• Power up
Access to mail server via Ethernet or dial-up is required for this
feature.
Short Message Service texts (SMS) can also be sent to a specified
mobile phone number, via an SMS capable modem.
Standard JPEG format files with user definable compressed image
size for high quality recording.
Simultaneous MPEG-4 network streams for low bandwidth remote
viewing or background recording.
AUDIO
The user has the option to record and play back audio through the
unit in real time. Recorded with images, audio can be played back
directly from the unit via powered external speakers.
The system can also receive audio from a remote network viewer
and play it directly out of the unit for audio challenge or help point
applications.
Recorded audio is automatically copied when video is archived to
DVD-R/CD-R or exported across a network.
Connections:
Line in: 47K. input impedance, 1V pk-pk, RCA phono socket
Line out: 1V pk-pk, RCA phono socket
NetVu Connected
DS2 now has NetVu technology built-in to ensure maximum
compatibility with future developments in networked security.
NetVu technology enables the new DS2 to fully interoperate with
other NetVu compatible products from DM including the DV-IP
Decoder, NetVu ObserVer and PDA Viewers. Providing
interoperability between the worlds leading security companies,
NetVu uses industry standard networking protocols supported by a
wide range of third-party integration products and SDKs to ensure
on-going compatibility for
the future.
WEB BASED CONFIGURATION
Web based configuration enables system adjustments to be made
remotely to a networked unit, such as change the record rate, set
up the advanced VMD grids, program presets and more – without
the need for a site visit.
NETWORK CAPABILITIES
A standard Ethernet connection allows live and recorded viewing on
a networked PC using DM’s NetVu ObserVer software or via web
pages using a standard Internet browser. Network viewing is
Sampling rate:
Number of pixels:
13.5 MHz to CCIR 601
PAL 720h x 512v
NTSC 720h x 448v
16.8 million colours 256 levels of grey, 8-bit luma.
LANGUAGES
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Czech, Polish,
Dutch, Hungarian and Swedish.
DATA
NET - RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet connection.
485 BUS - 2x MMJ ports for DM 485-BUS accessories.
SERIAL 1 - 9 way (Male) D Type RS 232 serial port.
SERIAL 2 - 9 way (Male) D Type RS 232 serial port.
BUS A - RS-232 serial port or RS-485 telemetry port 1.
BUS B - RS-232 serial port or RS-485 telemetry port 2.
DVD-R
Built in slim-line DVD-R writer for DVD-R and CD-R Media.
TEMPERATURE RANGE
Operating temperature 5 – 40ºC (41 – 104ºF).
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
10% - 85% Non-condensing.
DIMENSIONS
DVR: 89mm (H) x 440mm (W) x 445mm (D)
3 1/2 ” (H) x 17 5/16” (W) x 17 1/2” (D)
Optional Keyboard: 65mm(H)* x 410mm (W) x 183mm (D)
(* 100mm including Joystick)
2 9/16” (H)* x 16 1/8” (W) x 7 1/4” (D)
(* 4 1/8" including Joystick)
WEIGHT
DVR: 11.4 kg (25.1 lbs) with built-in PSU.
POWER SUPPLY
DVR: 180W Internal Power Supply
Input Voltage: 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz.
WARRANTY
3 years warranty including HDDs.
KBS3A - REMOTE KEYBOARD
TELEMETRY DATA
Built-in RS485/Twisted pair protocols provide direct control
of the following domes:
• Dedicated Micros Dennard 2040 to Dennard 2060
• JVC TK-C675BE, TK-C676 & TK-C553E
• Ultrak Ultradome™ KD6
• Ademco Orbiter & Jupiter Microspheres™
• GE CyberDome™
• BBV RS485 StarCard
• Bosch/Philips G3
• Ernitec
• Mark Mercer
• Panasonic WV-CS850A, WV-CS854, WV-CW860 external
• Sensormatic SpeedDome™ IV & SpeedDome™ V
(with 4-wire RS-422 support)
• Pelco P Spectra II, Spectra III
• Samsung SCC-641
• Vista Power Dome
• Vantage Juno Dome
COAX TELEMETRY
• BBV
• BBV RX100
(protocol converter for control of major manufacturer’s domes)
• Pelco Spectra II & III
(Please note that patrol modes are not available)
REMOTE KEYBOARD OPTION
Keyboard features include:
• Joystick control of telemetry camera with twist zoom facility
• Wash/wipe, focus, iris, lamps, preset, patrol and auto-pan keys
• Up to 16 DS2 units can be controlled from one keyboard – up to
16 keyboards can be connected to the 485 BUS providing a
flexible configuration e.g.: 1 unit can be connected to 16
keyboards
BUILT-IN DVD WRITER RANGE
• Onboard LCD identifying connected unit name and number
• May be connected directly or remotely via 485 BUS cabling
(please note maximum cabling distance is 1500 meters)
IR REMOTE CONTROL
Provides operator with remote front panel control of single or
multiple racked units including:
• The ability to change cameras and camera views
• Search using the GOTO function and review of the event list
• Playback of images from the hard disk
COMMON ACCESSORIES
6 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
50PPS
DS2A 6DVD
OPTIONAL REMOTE KEYBOARD
KBS3A
9 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
50PPS
DS2A 9DVD
IR REMOTE CONTROL
IR REMOTE
16 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
50PPS
DS2A 16DVD
VIDEO SWITCHER
VS16
6 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
100PPS
DS2P 6DVD
REMOTE ALARM MODULE
CIO1
RELAY OUTPUT MODULE
CIO2
9 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
100PPS
DS2P 9DVD
16 CAMERA COLOUR DUPLEX WITH DVD-R
100PPS
DS2P 16DVD
PLEASE CHECK THE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS OF COMPATIBLE PRODUCTS AND OTHER LATEST DEVELOPMENTS
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT
Dedicated Micros UK
Dedicated Micros USA
Dedicated Micros Germany
Dedicated Micros France
9-13 rue du Moulinet, 75013 Paris, France - Tel: +33 1 45 81 99 99 Fax: +33 1 45 81 99 89
Dedicated Micros Asia
16 New Industrial Road, #03-03 Hudson TechnoCentre, Singapore 536204 - Tel : +65 62858982 Fax : +65 62858646
Dedicated Micros Australia
2/9 Packard Avenue, Castle Hill, NSW 2154, Australia - Tel: +612 9634 4211 Fax: +612 9634 4811
Dedicated Micros New Zealand
PO Box 180046, Luckens Point, West Harbour, Auckland 0663, New Zealand - Freephone: 0800 364 276
Tel: +64 (09) 448 2366 Fax: +64 (09) 448 2369
BLB017, Bulebel Industrial Estate, Zejtun, ZTN08, Malta - Tel: +356 21483 673/4 Fax: +356 21449 170
Dedicated Micros Malta
www.dedicatedmicros.com
The manufacturer reserves the right to change the specification
without notice.
All trademarks are courtesy of registered owners.
Sprite and the Dedicated Micros logo are trademarks
of Dedicated Microcomputers Group Ltd.
NetVu Connected is a trademark of the AD group.
MKT-DS2-D-004E
1200 Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Warrington, WA4 4HS - Tel: +44 (0) 845 600 9500 Fax: +44 (0) 845 600 9504
14434 Albemarle Point Place, Suite 100, Chantilly, Virginia 20151 - USA Freephone: 800 864 7539
Tel: +1 703 904-7738 Fax: +1 703 904-7743 and 23456 Hawthorne Blvd. Suite 100, Torrance, CA 90505
Tel +1 310 791-8666 Fax: +1 310 791-9877
Neckarstraße 15a, 41836 Hückelhoven, Germany - Tel: +49 243 352 580 Fax: +49 24 33 52 58 10
Dedicated Micros Middle East
Building 12, Suite 302, P.O.Box 500291, Dubai Internet City, Dubai, UAE - Tel: +971 (4) 390 1015
Fax: +971 (4) 390 8655
Dedicated Micros Slovenia
Delavska cesta 24, 4208 Sencur, Slovenia - Tel: +386 4 279 18 90 Fax: +386 4 279 18 91
Dedicated Micros Benelux
Joseph Chantraineplantsoen 1, 3070 Kortenberg, Belgium - Tel: +32 2751 3480 Fax: +32 2751 3481
HMLCD17L L-Series LCD Monitor
17-INCH LCD COLOR MONITOR
Honeywell’s HMLCD17L LCD monitor is designed specifically for the security
industry to provide high resolution display of computer signals and/or composite
video. The combination of robust features, good performance, and exceptional value
comes together to deliver excellent video in a variety of applications. Because they
consume less power, last longer, and generate less heat than convention CRT
monitors, LCD monitors are more cost-effective over long term use.
This 17-inch monitor has a color LCD panel with a thin film transfer (TFT) active
matrix. The monitors automatically adapt to the appropriate input resolution up to
1280 x 1024. The HMLCD17L provides 1 BNC and 1 composite input and a VGA
input to support the use of digital video recorders (DVRs) and PC applications. This
multimode functionality—combined with a quick panel response time to minimize
ghosting in motion video, and high brightness and contrast
ratio—makes the HMLCD17L ideal for applications requiring a VGA display with
composite video capabilities.
The HMLCD17L features a rugged desktop stand and VESA-compliant mounting
holes to easily adapt to different wall and ceiling mounts. These monitors
automatically detect and display the correct video format (NTSC or PAL) and are
powered by an auto-ranging power supply. Adjustments of standard monitor display
parameters are made using user-friendly on-screen menus and front
panel controls.
Market Opportunities
With composite and VGA inputs, the HMLCD17L is the perfect choice to pair with
any embedded or PC-based digital video recorder and is a direct replacement for
both CRT and PC monitors. Because the HMLCD17L has a small form factor that
efficiently maximizes the viewing area, it’s perfect for use in confined viewing areas.
Features
• Resolution, SXGA 1280 x 1024
• Two built-in speakers
• Brightness, 300 cd/m2
• Convenient front-panel controls
• Contrast ratio, 500:1
• Power failure function provides auto
turn-on in case of power failure
• Response time, 8 ms
• Analog RGB (15-pin DB-type) input
• 1 BNC and 1 RCA composite
video input
• VESA DDC mounting compliant
www.honeywellvideo.com
HMLCD17L L-Series LCD Monitor
www.honeywellvideo.com
SPECIFICATIONS
Video
Mechanical
Video Standard
NTSC / PAL - auto select
Input Signal Video
Composite: 0.6~1 Vp-p @75 ohm
Y:
1.0 Vp-p
C:
0.3 Vp-p
PC:
Horizontal Frequency Video:
31K~81 kHz
15750 Hz NTSC
(15625 Hz PAL)
56~75 Hz
60 Hz NTSC
(50 Hz PAL)
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Weight
Construction
15.7" x 15.2" x 6.3"
(400 mm x 385 mm x 160 mm)
Unit:
11.0 lb (5.0 kg)
Shipping:15.0 lb (7.0 kg)
Housing: Hi-impact plastic
Finish: Black matte
Video Inputs:
1 x BNC, 1 x RCA,
1 x VGA (15 pin D-sub)
Vertical Frequency
PC:
Video:
Audio Speaker
2 x 2.0 W / 8 ohm
Resolution
SXGA 1280 x 1024
Pixel Type
Active Matrix TFT
Pixel Dimension
0.264 x 0.264
Display Colors
16.7 million colors
Brightness
300 cd/m2
Temperature
Contrast Ratio
500:1
Relative Humidity 20% to 85%
Response Time
8 ms
Regulatory
Display Ratio
4:3
Viewing Angle
L/R: 70/70°
U/D: 70/60°
Connectors
Audio Inputs:
2 x RCA (L+R, 1 set)
1 x PC Audio, Ø 3.5 mm Jack
Power Input:
5.5 x 2.1 mm barrel connector, center positive
Environmental
Electrical
Operating: 5° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: 4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
Emissions
FCC:
CE:
Part 15, Class B
EN 55022 Class B
Immunity
CE:
EN 50130-4 6100-4-3
Safety
UL/C-UL: UL60950-1
CE:
TUV-GS EN60950-1
CCC:
GB4943
Input Voltage
100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Operating Voltage
12 VDC from power supply (included)
Power Consumption
50 W (maximum); <5 W standby
Accessories
Audio Power
2 x 2W
HMLCDTM
Tilting wall mount, VESA standard
Audio Input Level
-8 dBm
HMLCDCM
Ceiling mount, VESA standard
HMLCDARM
Articulating arm mount, VESA standard
HMLCDFM
Fixed wall mount, VESA standard
Controls
On Screen Display
(OSD)
Auto Config, Brightness, Contrast,
Color-Temp, Position, Image Quality, Menu
English, French, Italian, Spanish, German,
Traditional Chinese
OSD Languages
Front Panel Controls
15.7"
(400 mm)
Auto/Enter, Power, Menu, Up, Down
15.2"
(385 mm)
6.3"
(160 mm)
Ordering
HMLCD17L
HMLCD17LX
17" L-Series LCD monitor, NTSC/PAL, NA power cord
17" L-Series LCD monitor, NTSC/PAL, UK and Continental Europe power cord
NOTE: Honeywell reserves the right, without notification, to make changes in product design or specifications.
Honeywell Security
Honeywell Video Systems
2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy, Suite 150
Louisville, KY 40299
L/LS17LCDD/D
1.800.796.CCTV
www.honeywell.com
November 2007
© 2007 Honeywell International Inc.
HD4MDIP
www.honeywellvideo.com
EQUIP® SERIES 720P TRUE DAY/NIGHT
RUGGED INDOOR/OUTDOOR DOME NETWORK CAMERA
Honeywell’s latest addition to the EQUIP® Series of IP-based products, the
HD4MDIP is a high definition, True Day/Night rugged indoor/outdoor fixed minidome camera. This ultra compact and vandal-resistant camera provides extremely
crisp images at minimal bandwidth. The HD4MDIP provides 720p resolution at full
frame rate. Progressive scan technology and 2D edge enhancement provide
outstanding clarity and definition. Digital Noise Reduction results in significant
storage savings without sacrificing image quality in low light. The ¼" progressive
scan CMOS sensor offers the latest in digital video surveillance technology with
accurate color rendition through a wide variety of lighting conditions.
The HD4MDIP integrates a camera and lens in an ultra compact, single piece,
tamper proof unit for fast and easy installation in any application. The camera comes
complete with surface and flush mounting options (compatible with a 4S electrical
box), and optional wall and pendant mount kits are available.
In addition to the low light color performance, the camera will automatically switch to
black and white. In this mode, lighting can be complemented with infrared for
discreet/covert low light surveillance with exceptional monochrome images.
A 3-D axis gimbal capable of 360° of pan, 180° of tilt and 360° of horizontal rotation
simplifies mechanical camera adjustment. The Vari-focal Auto Iris lens allows the field
of view to be adjusted to suit the scene requirements, and an onboard analog
output allows the installer to connect a local test monitor while adjusting the scene.
A powerful and intuitive web client allows fine tuning of the camera. This can also be
performed from most DVR/NVR setup utilities.
The HD4MDIP supports dual video streams and multiple compression formats with
rates up to 30 frames per second (25 fps for PAL systems). The digital compression
parameters for the two video streams are independently configurable. A third analog
stream can be utilized for failover and local viewing, and is also valuable when
retrofitting onto an existing analog input DVR or encoder (full resolution not available).
With built-in low current Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), Class 1, power is
supplied to the camera using standard network cabling, eliminating the need for a
separate power supply and associated wiring. In retrofit situations where PoE
switching does not exist, the unit can also be powered directly from 24 VAC.
Market Opportunities
The HD4MDIP is perfect for installations where excellent picture clarity at minimal
bandwidth is required. At three times the resolution of standard analog cameras, yet
with similar bandwidth requirements, the HD4MDIP can be retrofitted on many
existing DVR/NVR installations without requiring additional storage. Its discreet,
vandal-resistant, outdoor design provides maximum protection against dust, dirt,
and water, and is also impact resistant. This provides optimum performance for both
indoor and outdoor applications.
Features
• Outstanding image quality,
720p (1280 X 720) resolution
• 30 fps (25 fps PAL)
progressive scan
• True Day/Night, 3.3-12 mm VFAI lens
with removable IR cut filter
• Camera tamper detection
• Video motion detection
• Wall and pendant mount kit available
• Selectable compression formats
• Dual digital video streams
simultaneously, independently
configurable
• Remote firmware update
• Supports both dynamic and static IP
address assignment
• Includes advanced IP locator software
to make system setup easy
• Web server for remote setup of
camera video and network parameters
• Choice of 24 VAC or PoE IEEE 802.3af
class 1 power inputs
• Supports input and output alarm
contacts
• Supports bidirectional audio
• Rugged polycarbonate dome
HD4MDIP
SPECIFICATIONS
Like all cameras in the EQUIP Series, the HD4MDIP network camera uses Honeywell technology for camera video
motion detection, tamper detection, remote firmware updating, and for secure storage of all camera settings. Video
motion detection recognizes object motion within the field of view; then a simple on-screen notification alerts the user.
Camera tamper detection notifies
the user when a camera’s field of
view is altered, obstructed, or
blurred. This ensures the video’s
integrity and alerts the customer
to either a live event or a system
problem that is causing disruption
to the video stream. Honeywell’s
technology also allows users to
remotely upload firmware to the
camera. Setup is quick and easy
and can be customized through a
web client or from an NVR or
DVR. The built-in web server
provides password protected
access to the camera’s video and
network setup.
System Diagram
Hybrid DVR
Monitor
NETWORK
NVR
Keyboard
EQUIP SERIES
CAMERAS
Monitors
Monitors
HD4MDIP
SPECIFICATIONS
Environmental
Operational
Video Standard NTSC, PAL
Temperature
Operating: 14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
Storage: -4°F to 140°F (-20°C to 60°C)
Scanning
System
Progressive scan
Image Sensor
1/4" CMOS
Number of
Pixels
(H x V)
1280 x 720
Video
Compression
Industry standard compression
Minimum
Illumination
0.25 lux color/0.22 lux BW @ 50 IRE, F1.6
0.11 lux color/0.09 lux BW @ 30 IRE, F1.6
Resolutions
1280 x 720
800 x 450
640 x 360
320 x 180
Bit Rate (Typical)*
3 Mbps
2 Mbps
1 Mbps
0.35 Mbps
Frame Rate
NTSC/PAL
Up to 30/25 fps
Automatic Lens
DC Iris Level 1-25
Control
Relative
0% to 85%, non-condensing
Humidity
IP Specifications
Frame Rate
30/25
30/25
30/25
30/25
Storage/Day (GB)
31.64
21.09
10.55
3.69
Video Output
(AUX)
1.0 Vp-p @ 75 Ohms
S/N Ratio
50 dB or more (AGC off)
Auto Gain
Control
Off/On, selectable (10-40 dB)
Video
Streaming
Dual streaming: MPEG-4 and MJPEG
Controllable frame rate and bandwidth
Constant or variable bit rate (MPEG-4)
Automatic
Electronic
Shutter
1/60-1/24,500 (NTSC)
1/50-1/24,500 (PAL)
Security
Multiple user access levels with password
protection
True Day/Night (TDN), 3.3-12.0 mm
Vari-focal Auto Iris, F1.6
Users
1 Administrator or 1 Guest
Lens Type
White Balance
AWC, AWC Push, Manual
Video Access
from Web
Browser
Camera live view for 1 client. Full control of all
camera settings available to administrator
Audio/Two-Way Line in/out
Electrical
Input Voltage
24 VAC, PoE IEEE 802.3af, Class 1
Input Range
17-28 VAC
Surge
Suppression
1.5 kW transient
Power
Consumption
3.5 W (max)
Mechanical
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Weight
Minimum
Pentium IV CPU 3.1 GHz or equivalent AMD,
Web
1 GB RAM, AGP graphics card (32 MB RAM)
Browsing
Windows® XP/2003, Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Requirements
Installation
and
Management
Maintenance
Honeywell IP Utility software identifies the IP
address, checks status of device, Firmware
upgrades over HTTP
Supported
Protocols
HTTP, TCP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, ARP, DNS, RTCP,
FTP, ICMP, DHCP, Bonjour, IGMP, Telnet
Regulatory
See Diagram
3.0 lb (1.3 kg) camera only
Construction
Housing: Die cast Aluminum
Finish: Cool Gray Powder Coat
Dome: Polycarbonate
Connector
Video Output (AUX): 2-pin Molex connector
Power Input:
Removable screw block
Alarm I/O:
Removable screw block
Network:
RJ45 connector
Audio In:
Removable screw block
Audio Out:
Removable screw block
Emissions
FCC, CE (EN55022)
Immunity
CE (EN55024)
Safety
EU: LVD 2006/95/EC, UL60950
* Actual bit rate is scene and motion dependent
HD4MDIP
www.honeywellvideo.com
SPECIFICATIONS
System Compatibility
Honeywell Products
Hybrid DVRs
Fusion IV
Full Featured Hybrid Digital Video Recorder, v4.00.6405 or higher
NVRs
Enterprise
NVR Series
Enterprise Class Digital Network Video Recorder System, version 5.75 build 19 or higher
MAXPRO VMS/IP Engine
v R200 SP1 or higher
Fusion IV
v4.00.6405 or higher
Third-Party Products
Refer to the Honeywell Open Technology Alliance for a comprehensive list of compatible products to which this device is integrated.
Accessories
Housing and Mounts
HD4DIP-PK
Pendant Mount Bracket
HD4DIP-WK
Wall Mount Bracket
4.09"
104 mm
1.81”
46.0 mm
2.64”
67.0 mm
4.61”
117.5 mm
6.1”
154.97 mm
2.05"
52 mm
3.54"
90 mm
Ordering
HD4MDIP
Network, True Day/Night Rugged Fixed Dome, 1/4” Progressive Scan, CMOS, 720p Resolution Camera,
3.3-12 mm VFAI, 24 VAC or PoE IEEE 802.3af, NTSC
HD4MDIPX
Network, True Day/Night Rugged Fixed Dome, 1/4” Progressive Scan, CMOS, 720p Resolution Camera,
3.3-12 mm VFAI, 24 VAC or PoE IEEE 802.3af, PAL
NOTE: Honeywell reserves the right, without notification, to make changes in product design or specifications.
Honeywell Security Group
Honeywell
2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy, Suite 150
Louisville, KY 40299
1.800.796.CCTV (2288)
www.honeywell.com
L/HD4MDIPD/D
June 2010
© 2010 Honeywell International Inc.
HCD92534
www.honeywellvideo.com
IR BULLET CAMERA
The Honeywell HCD92534 IR bullet-style camera comes standard with IR
illumination, making it perfect for 24/7 True Day/Night surveillance. When the
ambient light drops below a user-defined threshold, the IR LEDs turn on, a
mechanical IR cut filter within the camera switches, and the camera changes from
color to black and white. Perfect color images are captured by day and clear black
and white images at night.
The 2.8-10 mm F1.3 IR corrected aspherical Vari-focal Auto Iris lens offers a wide
field of view range and no focus shift when the camera switches from day to night
mode. Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) removes noise artifacts, improving the
performance of motion detection and typically giving end users the ability to record
for longer periods using their existing DVR unit. Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
technology improves the light sensitivity of the camera and extends its usable
range.
The HCD92534 is easy to install and set up. Externally accessible screw gears
adjust the field of view and the focus of the 2.8-10 mm lens. A bottom mounted
porthole provides access to the onscreen display menu and IR power adjustment.
The screw-tightened mounting bracket makes it difficult to knock the camera out of
place. Adjust the camera position, then lock it down with the hexagonal bolts. The
HCD92534 has concealed wiring so the wires cannot be cut or the camera
disconnected or tampered with.
For easy installation, indoors or out, the HCD92534 mounts in minutes to a wall or
ceiling. A mounting plate provides ease of installation onto electrical boxes.
Market Opportunities
The HCD92534 is a surveillance solution designed for object recognition that is
required in locations where low light and variable light conditions exist. Setup is
quick and easy and can be customized with on-screen displays and preset modes.
This provides optimum performance for both indoor and outdoor applications
including lobbies, atriums, vestibules, gated entrances, foyers, loading docks, and
driveways.
Features
• Discreet, bullet-style camera with
switchable IR cut filter and 49
IR LEDs
• 2.8 – 10 mm, F1.3 Vari-focal Auto Iris
IR corrected lens with external
adjustments for zoom and focus
• High Resolution Color: 530 TVL 1/3” Sony Super HAD CCD
• Digital Noise Reduction technology
for noise free images
• On Screen Display menu for quick
setup of camera
• Four position day/night threshold
setting to accommodate the
switching on of the IR LEDs under
different ambient lighting conditions
• One power connection selfconfigures to 12 VDC or 24 VAC with
transient surge protection
• Privacy Image Masking - Four
programmable zones
HCD92534
www.honeywellvideo.com
SPECIFICATIONS
Video
Mechanical
Video Standard
NTSC or PAL
Scanning System
525/60 lines (NTSC)
625/50 lines (PAL)
Image Sensor
1/3” Sony Interline CCD sensor
Number of Pixels
(H x V)
HCD92534: 768 x 494 (NTSC)
HCD92534X: 752 x 582 (PAL)
Minimum Illumination
0 lux, operates in complete darkness
Horizontal Resolution
>530 TVL
Video Output
1.0 Vp-p @ 75 Ohms
Dimensions
See Diagram
Weight
2.8 lb (1.27 kg)
Construction
Housing: Brushed and anodized aluminum with
sunshield
Finish: Brushed and anodized aluminum
Mounting Plate
Connection to 4S junction box
S/N Ratio
Auto Gain Control
12 VDC: Internal
24 VAC: (Internal or Line lock)
50 dB or more (AGC off)
Off/On, selectable
Connector
Main Video Output: BNC connector
Aux Video Output: 2-pin connector for video test
cable
Power Input: Tinned leads
ALC
Adjustable level control
Temperature
Automatic Electronic
Shutter
1/60–1/100,000 sec (NTSC)
1/50–1/100,000 sec (PAL)
Operating: -13°F to 122°F (-25°C to 50°C)
Storage: -35°F to 140°F (-35°C to 60°C)
Relative Humidity
0% to 85%, non-condensing
IP66
Lens Type
2.8 – 10.0 mm Vari-focal Auto Iris, IR corrected
F1.3
Rating
Regulatory
Horizontal Field of
View
99°–27°
White Balance
ATW/AWC/Manual
Line Lock Phase
Adjustment
+/- 180 º adjustable line lock vertical phase
BLC
Gamma
IR LEDs
Off/On, selectable
0.45
850 nm, 49 LEDs
IR Illumination
Distance
75 ft (24 m) – 100 ft (30 m), depending on scene
reflectivity
DNR
High/Medium/Low
DSS
2X~128X
Sync System
Emissions
FCC: Part 15, Class B
CE: EN 55013
Immunity
CE: EN50130-4
Safety
EU: 73/23/EEC LVD
Accessories
Transformers
24 VAC, 20 VA Class 2 plug-in with thermal
cut-out
24 VAC, 40 VA Class 2 plug-in with thermal
cut-out
HPT2420
HPT2440
Power Supplies
UL Listed
Electrical
Input Voltage
12 VDC/24 VAC
Input Range
11–16 VDC, 17–28 VAC
Surge Suppression
1.5 kW transient
Power Consumption
15 W (max) with IR LEDs on
Ordering
HCD92534
HCD92534X
Environmental
Fused
Smart Fused
HPTV2404
HPTV2404CB
4 A, 4 Output
HPTV2408UL
HPTV2408
HPTV2408CB
4 A, 8 Output
HPTV2416UL
HPTV2416
HPTV2416CB
8 A, 16 Output
1/3” CCD IR Bullet Camera, TDN, 530 TVL, 2.8-10 mm, 49 IR LED, NTSC
1/3” CCD IR Bullet Camera, TDN, 530 TVL, 2.8-10 mm, 49 IR LED, PAL
NOTE: Honeywell reserves the right, without notification, to make changes in product design or specifications.
Honeywell Security
Honeywell Video Systems
2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy, Suite 150
Louisville, KY 40299
L/HCD92534/D
1.800.796.CCTV
www.honeywell.com
May 2007
© 2007 Honeywell International Inc.
Description
HPTV2404UL
EXHIBIT C
SITE PLAN DETAILING THE LOCATION OF EACH
DAKOTA PARK “HOTSPOT”
15
Dakota Park Apartments
Hotspot 3
Hotspot 2
Hotspot 5
Hotspot 4
Hotspot 1
EXHIBIT D
SITE PLAN DETAILING THE LOCATION OF EACH
WESTLAKE “HOTSPOT”
16
Westlake Apartments
Hotspot 1
Hotspot 3
Hotspot 2
Hotspot 11
Hotspot 6
Hotspot 4
Hotspot 10
Hotspot 5
Hotspot 9
Hotspot 7
Hotspot 12
Hotspot 8
EXHIBIT E
FLOOR PLAN SPECIFYING THE LOCATION OF EACH AREA REQUIRING
COVERAGE AT THE LHA ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
17
LHA Administration Building
Area 1
Area 3
Area 2
Area 5
Area 4
Area 6
ATTACHED FORMS
18
2
Certifications and
Representations
of Offerors
Non-Construction Contract
U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing
Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 5 minutes per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching
existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.
This form includes clauses required by OMB’s common rule on bidding/offering procedures, implemented by HUD in 24 CFR 85.36, and those requirements
set forth in Executive Order 11625 for small, minority, women-owned businesses, and certifications for independent price determination, and conflict of interest.
The form is required for nonconstruction contracts awarded by Housing Agencies (HAs). The form is used by bidders/offerors to certify to the HA's Contracting
Officer for contract compliance. If the form were not used, HAs would be unable to enforce their contracts. Responses to the collection of information are
required to obtain a benefit or to retain a benefit. The information requested does not lend itself to confidentiality.
1. Contingent Fee Representation and Agreement
(a) The bidder/offeror represents and certifies as part of its bid/
offer that, except for full-time bona fide employees working
solely for the bidder/offeror, the bidder/offeror:
(1) [ ] has, [ ] has not employed or retained any person or
company to solicit or obtain this contract; and
(2) [ ] has, [ ] has not paid or agreed to pay to any person
or company employed or retained to solicit or obtain this
contract any commission, percentage, brokerage, or other
fee contingent upon or resulting from the award of this
contract.
(b) If the answer to either (a)(1) or (a) (2) above is affirmative,
the bidder/offeror shall make an immediate and full written
disclosure to the PHA Contracting Officer.
(c) Any misrepresentation by the bidder/offeror shall give the
PHA the right to (1) terminate the resultant contract; (2) at its
discretion, to deduct from contract payments the amount of any
commission, percentage, brokerage, or other contingent fee; or
(3) take other remedy pursuant to the contract.
2. Small, Minority, Women-Owned Business Concern Representation
The bidder/offeror represents and certifies as part of its bid/ offer
that it:
(a) [ ] is, [ ] is not a small business concern. “Small business
concern,” as used in this provision, means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated,
not dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding,
and qualified as a small business under the criteria and size
standards in 13 CFR 121.
(b) [ ] is, [ ] is not a women-owned small business concern.
“Women-owned,” as used in this provision, means a small
business that is at least 51 percent owned by a woman or
women who are U.S. citizens and who also control and
operate the business.
(c) [ ] is, [ ] is not a minority enterprise which, pursuant to
Executive Order 11625, is defined as a business which is at
least 51 percent owned by one or more minority group
members or, in the case of a publicly owned business, at least
51 percent of its voting stock is owned by one or more
minority group members, and whose management and daily
operations are controlled by one or more such individuals.
Previous edition is obsolete
For the purpose of this definition, minority group members are:
(Check the block applicable to you)
[ ] Black Americans
[ ] Asian Pacific Americans
[ ] Hispanic Americans
[ ] Asian Indian Americans
[ ] Native Americans
[ ] Hasidic Jewish Americans
3. Certificate of Independent Price Determination
(a) The bidder/offeror certifies that—
(1) The prices in this bid/offer have been arrived at independently, without, for the purpose of restricting competition, any consultation, communication, or agreement
with any other bidder/offeror or competitor relating to (i)
those prices, (ii) the intention to submit a bid/offer, or
(iii) the methods or factors used to calculate the prices
offered;
(2) The prices in this bid/offer have not been and will not be
knowingly disclosed by the bidder/offeror, directly or
indirectly, to any other bidder/offeror or competitor before bid opening (in the case of a sealed bid solicitation)
or contract award (in the case of a negotiated solicitation)
unless otherwise required by law; and
(3) No attempt has been made or will be made by the bidder/
offeror to induce any other concern to submit or not to
submit a bid/offer for the purpose of restricting competition.
(b) Each signature on the bid/offer is considered to be a certification by the signatory that the signatory:
(1) Is the person in the bidder/offeror’s organization responsible for determining the prices being offered in this bid
or proposal, and that the signatory has not participated
and will not participate in any action contrary to subparagraphs (a)(l) through (a)(3) above; or
(2) (i) Has been authorized, in writing, to act as agent for the
following principals in certifying that those principals
have not participated, and will not participate in any
action contrary to subparagraphs (a)(l) through (a)(3)
above (insert full name of person(s) in the bidder/offeror’s
organization responsible for determining the prices offered in this bid or proposal, and the title of his or her
position in the bidder/offeror’s organization);
(ii) As an authorized agent, does certify that the principals named in subdivision (b)(2)(i) above have not participated, and will not participate, in any action contrary
to subparagraphs (a)(l) through (a)(3) above; and
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form HUD-5369-C (8/93)
ref. Handbook 7460.8
(iii) As an agent, has not personally participated, and will
not participate in any action contrary to subparagraphs
(a)(l) through (a)(3) above.
(c) If the bidder/offeror deletes or modifies subparagraph (a)2
above, the bidder/offeror must furnish with its bid/offer a
signed statement setting forth in detail the circumstances of
the disclosure.
6. Conflict of Interest
In the absence of any actual or apparent conflict, the offeror, by
submission of a proposal, hereby warrants that to the best of its
knowledge and belief, no actual or apparent conflict of interest
exists with regard to my possible performance of this procurement, as described in the clause in this solicitation titled “Organizational Conflict of Interest.”
4. Organizational Conflicts of Interest Certification
(a) The Contractor warrants that to the best of its knowledge and
belief and except as otherwise disclosed, it does not have any
organizational conflict of interest which is defined as a
situation in which the nature of work under a proposed
contract and a prospective contractor’s organizational, financial, contractual or other interest are such that:
(i) Award of the contract may result in an unfair competitive advantage;
(ii) The Contractor’s objectivity in performing the contract work may be impaired; or
7. Offeror's Signature
The offeror hereby certifies that the information contained in
these certifications and representations is accurate, complete,
and current.
(iii) That the Contractor has disclosed all relevant information and requested the HA to make a determination
with respect to this Contract.
(b) The Contractor agrees that if after award he or she discovers
an organizational conflict of interest with respect to this
contract, he or she shall make an immediate and full disclosure in writing to the HA which shall include a description of
the action which the Contractor has taken or intends to
eliminate or neutralize the conflict. The HA may, however,
terminate the Contract for the convenience of HA if it would
be in the best interest of HA.
(c) In the event the Contractor was aware of an organizational
conflict of interest before the award of this Contract and
intentionally did not disclose the conflict to the HA, the HA
may terminate the Contract for default.
(d) The Contractor shall require a disclosure or representation
from subcontractors and consultants who may be in a position
to influence the advice or assistance rendered to the HA and
shall include any necessary provisions to eliminate or neutralize
conflicts of interest in consultant agreements or subcontracts
involving performance or work under this Contract.
Signature & Date:
Typed or Printed Name:
Title:
5. Authorized Negotiators (RFPs only)
The offeror represents that the following persons are authorized
to negotiate on its behalf with the PHA in connection with this
request for proposals: (list names, titles, and telephone numbers
of the authorized negotiators):
Previous edition is obsolete
page 2 of 2
form HUD-5369-C (8/93)
ref. Handbook 7460.8
Certification for
a Drug-Free Workplace
U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development
Applicant Name
Program/Activity Receiving Federal Grant Funding
Acting on behalf of the above named Applicant as its Authorized Official, I make the following certifications and agreements to
the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regarding the sites listed below:
I certify that the above named Applicant will or will continue
to provide a drug-free workplace by:
a. Publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use
of a controlled substance is prohibited in the Applicant's workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken against
employees for violation of such prohibition.
b. Establishing an on-going drug-free awareness program to
inform employees --(1)
The dangers of drug abuse in the workplace;
(2) The Applicant's policy of maintaining a drug-free
workplace;
(3) Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and
employee assistance programs; and
(4) The penalties that may be imposed upon employees
for drug abuse violations occurring in the workplace.
c. Making it a requirement that each employee to be engaged
in the performance of the grant be given a copy of the statement
required by paragraph a.;
d. Notifying the employee in the statement required by paragraph a. that, as a condition of employment under the grant, the
employee will ---
(1)
Abide by the terms of the statement; and
(2) Notify the employer in writing of his or her conviction for a violation of a criminal drug statute occurring in the
workplace no later than five calendar days after such conviction;
e. Notifying the agency in writing, within ten calendar days
after receiving notice under subparagraph d.(2) from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction.
Employers of convicted employees must provide notice, including position title, to every grant officer or other designee on
whose grant activity the convicted employee was working,
unless the Federalagency has designated a central point for the
receipt of such notices. Notice shall include the identification
number(s) of each affected grant;
f. Taking one of the following actions, within 30 calendar
days of receiving notice under subparagraph d.(2), with respect
to any employee who is so convicted --(1) Taking appropriate personnel action against such an
employee, up to and including termination, consistent with the
requirements of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; or
(2) Requiring such employee to participate satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such purposes by a Federal, State, or local health, law
enforcement, or other appropriate agency;
g. Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drugfree workplace through implementation of paragraphs a. thru f.
2. Sites for Work Performance. The Applicant shall list (on separate pages) the site(s) for the performance of work done in connection with the
HUD funding of the program/activity shown above: Place of Performance shall include the street address, city, county, State, and zip code.
Identify each sheet with the Applicant name and address and the program/activity receiving grant funding.)
Check here
if there are workplaces on file that are not identified on the attached sheets.
I hereby certify that all the information stated herein, as well as any information provided in the accompaniment herewith, is true and accurate.
Warning: HUD will prosecute false claims and statements. Conviction may result in criminal and/or civil penalties.
(18 U.S.C. 1001, 1010, 1012; 31 U.S.C. 3729, 3802)
Name of Authorized Official
Signature
Title
Date
X
form HUD-50070 (3/98)
ref. Handbooks 7417.1, 7475.13, 7485.1 & .3
The Housing Authority of the
City of Lakeland
SECTION 3 BUSINESS FORM
Company Name:
Employer (IRS) No:
Address:
Type of Business: ⌂ Minority-Owned Business
⌂ Woman-Owned Business
THE CONTRACTOR REPRESENTS AND CERTIFIES THAT IT IS QUALIFIED AS:
⌂ A SECTION 3 BUSINESS SINCE
(Please check all of the following that apply to your business.)
⌂ 51% or more is owned by Section 3 residents.*
⌂ at least, 30% of its permanent full-time employees are current Section 3 residents* or were Section
3 residents within 3 years of the date of first employment with the business.
⌂ it provided evidence of a commitment to subcontract in excess of 25 percent of the dollar award of
all subcontracts to be awarded to business that meet the qualifications set forth in the two previous
categories.
OR
⌂ NOT A SECTION 3 BUSINESS, but who has and will continue to seek compliance with
Section 3 by certifying its efforts to award subcontracts to Section 3 concerns.
*A Section 3 resident is defined as a Public Housing resident or an individual who resides in the within Polk County and whose family
income is below the following income limits:
Persons in Household:
Very Low-Income:
Date:
1
2
3
4
5
6
$18,150
$20,750
$23,350
$25,900
$28,000
$30,050
7
$32,150
8
$34,200
Under penalty of law, I hereby certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief that the
information provided in this document is true and correct.
Printed Name of Authorized Official:
Signature:
06-04-13
NON-COLLUSION CERTIFICATION
re: Remote Audio/Video Surveillance Systems for
Dakota Park Apartments, WestLake Apartments, The Manor at Washington
Ridge, and the LHA Administration Building
The undersigned states that he/she is fully authorized by the entity indicated below to
certify that:

That this proposal or bid is made without collusion or fraud with any other person,
firm, or corporation making a proposal or bid for the same purpose.

That no officer or employee or person whose salary is paid, in whole or in part, from
the Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland is, shall be, or will become interested,
directly or indirectly, surety or otherwise: in this proposal or bid; in the performance
of the contract; in the supplies, materials, equipment, and services or labor to which
they relate; or in any portion of the profits thereof.
By signing this form, the undersigned affirms that said proposal or bid is, in all respects,
fair and without collusion or fraud.
Name of Entity:
Authorized Signature/Date: __________________________________
Printed Name of Signer: ___________________________________
Title of Signer: _________________________________
Corporate Seal, if appropriate
Note: Failure to complete this statement as presented may result in the bid or proposal
being rejected.
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PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES STATEMENT
re: Remote Audio/Video Surveillance Systems for
Dakota Park Apartments, WestLake Apartments, The Manor at Washington
Ridge, and the LHA Administration Building
By signing this form, the Proposer certifies that it is not currently debarred,
suspended, or excluded from or for participation in Federal assistance programs in
accordance with: Executive Order 12549, Debarment and Suspension, 45 CFR 1183.35;
HUD regulations, 24 CFR 24; or by other federal agencies.
The Proposer also certifies that it is in compliance with Section 287.133, Florida
Statutes, as it relates to Public Entity crimes. More specifically, the Proposer certifies that
it acknowledges and it is in compliance with the following:
A person or an affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following
a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a
contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid,
proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of
a public building or public work; may not submit bids, proposals, or replies on leases
of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a
contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public
entity; and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the
threshold amount provided in Section 287.017, F.S. for CATEGORY TWO for a
period of 36 months following the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.
Name of Entity:
Authorized Signature/Date: __________________________________
Printed Name of Signer: ___________________________________
Title of Signer: _________________________________
Corporate Seal, if appropriate
Note: Failure to complete this statement as presented may result in the bid or proposal
being rejected.
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