Bosch LTC 1271 Series Specifications

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
SCOPE OF WORK:
The Intent of these specifications is to obtain complete
equipment and services (engineering, coordination, outside
construction, electrical, installation, testing, clean-up,
disposal, supervision, maintenance, monitoring, training,
etc.) required for new integrated and fully functional
Security Systems for Chippens Hill Middle School.
Security
systems
include
Access
Control,
Intrusion
Detection and CCTV components as well as interfacing with
existing fire alarm panel(s).
Existing Radionics security devices, control panel, door
contacts and motion detectors, are to be left in place and
incorporated into the new system.
Outside construction involves installation of underground
conduits from the school building to existing light poles
located in the upper parking lot.
Installation work shall also provide remote access to the
systems from the Bristol Board of Education Office and the
Bristol Police Department.
Existing construction consists of six (6) building pods to
create the Chippens Hill Middle School.
Pods are
interconnected
with
expansion
joints.
Vendor
is
responsible for providing, as part of the turn-key
installation, compliant cable pathways passing through each
expansion joint.
Refer to the security drawings for
locations of the expansion joints.
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
The Intent of these specifications is to obtain
complete
equipment
and
services
(engineering,
installation, testing, maintenance, etc.) required for
security systems for the Bristol Chippens Hill Middle
School, provide network access, for video and access
control, from the Board of Education and Police
Department and interface with existing fire alarm
panels. It is required that the contractor integrate
existing Radionics systems into the newly installed
systems.
Additionally,
vendor
is
to
coordinate
activating monitoring service, for security systems,
with the existing service provider, AAA Security
Systems, Inc. 675-0427.
Project is to include all
labor,
equipment,
installation
and
clean-up
activities, supervision, tools, materials, disposal,
testing, training, etc. as required by first-class
practice for work of this type; in conformance with
all applicable codes; and/or as ordered by the
Engineer.
Vendor shall be responsible for providing a complete
and functional turn-key installation, including all
hardware, software, licensing, servers, workstations,
racks, backboards and installation of the City of
Bristol enterprise anti-virus software. Work includes
the installation of any required electrical outlets,
for cameras or other equipment, and network cabling
between the head-end control equipment and the nearest
data network closet.
Turn-key installation is meant
to also be inclusive of any and all door hardware
required to function with the newly installed access
control systems(s). Vendor’s network cabling distance
between the security head-end and the school’s nearest
data panel to be no more than 295 feet at each
location.
Vendor shall be responsible for the installation, and
grounds restoration, of underground conduit between
the school building and two (2) existing light poles
in the upper parking lot.
Pathway is for the
installation of new CCTV P/T/Z cameras to be located
at these locations.
Remote Access Software has been provided, installed
and made fully functional under a previous contract.
Contractor
is
responsible
for
coordinating
any
required programming to ensure access to the new high
school security systems. Board of Education requires,
and currently has, access from a single computer in
the second floor facilities office using previously
installed software.
Police Department requires, and
currently has, access from a single computer located
within the dispatch office using previously installed
software.
Both locations currently have PCAnywhere
installed for the remote access function.
The school where new installation
performed are is follows:
work
will
be
Chippens Hill Middle School, 551 Peacedale Street,
Bristol
1.2
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
Each and every Contractor, Subcontractor and/or
supplier providing goods or services referenced
in or relating to this section shall also be
bound by the Drawings and General Provisions of
the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions which apply to this Section.
B.
Attached drawings, refer to Appendix A, listed
below apply to this and other sections:
School Name
1.3
Drawing Number(s)
Chippens Hill Middle School
SEC 01-04
Detail Drawings
SEC 05-06
SUMMARY
A.
This Section includes the following:
1.
Integrated access control and intrusion
detection with hard-wired and wireless,
multiplexed, modular, microprocessor-based
controls, intrusion sensors and detection
devices, and communication links to perform
monitoring, alarm, and control functions.
B.
1.4
1.5
2.
Audio/Video Intercom with hardwired, modular
components to perform monitoring, viewing,
voice communication and selective release of
door lock mechanisms.
3.
CCTV System with Digital Video Recording.
4.
Outside Construction
The
integrated
access
control
&
intrusion
detection system must be integrated with the fire
alarm system for proper operation of failsafe/fail-secure locking mechanisms.
DEFINITIONS
A.
LCD:
Liquid-crystal display.
B.
VFD: Vacuum Florescent Display.
C.
LED:
Light-emitting diode.
D.
PIR:
Passive infrared.
E.
RFI:
Radio-frequency interference.
F.
Protected or Protection Zone:
A space or area
for which an intrusion must be detected and
uniquely identified, the sensor or group of
sensors assigned to perform the detection, and
any interface equipment between sensors and
communication link to central-station control
unit.
G.
Standard-Intruder Movement:
Any movement, such
as
walking,
running,
crawling,
rolling,
or
jumping, of a "standard intruder" in a protected
zone.
SCOPE OF WORK
A.
The scope of the design is to control access to
the school using electronic security devices and
to provide the Board of Education and Police
Department remote access to all school access
control and CCTV systems in the Bristol Chippens
Hill Middle School.
Bristol's city-wide computer network consists of
local area networks (LAN's) at 24 locations
throughout
the
city
including
schools
and
libraries, as well as a wide area network
connecting these 24 locations all together. This
city-wide network supports the financial systems
as well as email and web services. Desktop
support is provided to some 1500+ network users
in the City departments and schools.
Bristol
schools share internet access via the Board of
Education office.
Bristol police department
utilizes network access via City Hall.
B.
Integrated intrusion detection and access control
systems shall incorporate a series of proximity
card
readers,
wall/ceiling
mounted
motion
sensors, and door contacts among others.
All
exterior doors along with several interior doors
at the school have existing or shall be fitted
with magnetic contact switches. The card readers
are located to accommodate access into the
buildings by authorized card (or key tag)
holders. The specific reader doors will be fitted
with electric strike mechanisms and REX motions,
and will be interconnected with the access
control panel for the door release function. The
motion sensors shall be installed in specific
locations
in
order
to
provide
for
space
protection in various areas as indicated on the
attached security drawings.
System control will
be accomplished through an intelligent LCD keypad
interface
and/or
access
credential
via
the
appropriate reader technology.
C.
Bristol Chippens Hill Middle School is to have
access control, motion detection, video intercom
and CCTV systems provided and installed, as noted
on the security drawings, by the successful
vendor.
D.
Chippens
Hill
Middle
School
has
existing
Radionics motion detection and door contacts
wired to a control panel.
Radionics control
panel is located in the lower level electrical
room.
It is required for the successful vendor
to
integrate,
and
maintain,
the
existing
Radionics systems with the newly provided and
installed
systems.
The
existing
Radionics
control panel must be programmed to send a
contact closure when the system is activated.
Contact closure will be used to index the
Integral system to allow building entrance only
to personnel that have both an access card and
disarm code.
Vendor is responsible for all
costs, coordination and equipment related to
integrating the existing Radionics systems into
the Integral system.
Existing Radionics systems
are serviced and monitored by AAA Security
Systems, 860-675-0427.
E.
Systems
integration
will
also
include
the
audio/video intercom system. The audio/video
intercom system shall have a door release
function that will allow for selective door
opening from the internal master station.
Upon
arrival, a visitor will be required to activate
the call button on the door station that then
opens a communication path between the door
station
and
the
internal
master.
Once
communication is established, the person at the
internal master station can activate the door
release button thereby releasing the electric
strike and allowing entry into the building.
F.
Integrated
CCTV
systems
with
digital
video
recording shall also be installed.
Camera
locations can be found on the project drawings.
The video images supplied by these cameras shall
be digitally recorded, and stored for a 30-day
period, to allow viewing of both stored and live
streaming video from any authorized computer on
the network.
G.
Remote access is to be provided and installed at
the Board of Education Facilities office and the
Police Department Dispatch office.
PC Anywhere
software
is
currently
installed
in
these
locations and contractor is responsible that the
remote access functions are extended to the
Chippens Hill Middle School. Integral Tech Remote
View, or equivalent, shall be provided and
installed for remote access to CCTV at all school
locations.
1.6
H.
New systems shall be connected to each school’s
LAN using CAT 5e wiring.
Provide and install
network access jacks local to the existing
Andover
Control
systems.
Contractor
is
responsible for all coordination with the Bristol
IT department.
I.
Vendor
will
coordinate
activating
the
new
security systems with the City of Bristol’s
existing
monitoring
services
for
fire
and
security systems.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Product
Data:
Components
for
sensing,
detecting, access control, systems integration,
and control, including dimensions and data on
features,
performance,
electrical
characteristics, ratings, and finishes.
B.
Shop Drawings: Detail assemblies of standard
components that are custom assembled for specific
application on this Project.
1.
Functional Block Diagram:
Show single-line interconnections between
components
including
interconnections
between components specified in this Section
and those furnished under other Sections.
Indicate methods used to achieve systems
integration. Indicate control, signal, and
data
communication
paths
and
identify
programmable logic controllers, networks and
control interface devices and media to be
used. Describe characteristics of network
and other data communication lines.
2.
Raceway Riser Diagrams:
Detail raceway runs required for access
control, intrusion detection intercom and
for systems integration. Include designation
of devices connected by raceway, raceway
type, and size, and type and size of wire
and cable fill for each raceway run.
3.
UPS:
Sizing calculations to provide a
minimum of eight (8) hour battery backup
capability, for all systems, server and
workstations.
4.
Site and Floor Plans: Indicate final outlet
and device locations, routing of raceways,
and
cables
inside
and
outside
the
building. Include room layout for controlunit backboard, terminal cabinet(s), racks,
and UPS.
5.
Alarm Control-Unit
showing
required
identification.
6.
Audio/Video Intercom Control Layout:
At
full scale, showing required artwork and
device identification.
7.
System Wiring Diagrams:
Include system
diagrams
unique
to
Project.
Show
connections for all devices, components, and
auxiliary equipment.
Include diagrams for
equipment and for system with all terminals
and interconnections identified.
8.
Details of surge-protection
their installation.
9.
Sensor
ranges.
detection
Layout: At full
artwork
and
patterns
scale,
device
devices
and
and
adjustment
C.
Equipment
and
System
Operation
Description:
Include method of operation and supervision of
each component and each type of circuit.
Show
sequence
of
operations
for
manually
and
automatically
initiated
system
or
equipment
inputs.
Description must cover this specific
Project; manufacturer's standard descriptions for
generic systems are not acceptable.
D.
Qualification Data:
For installer and intrusion
detection systems integrator.
E.
Operation and Maintenance Data:
For access
control,
intrusion
detection,
and
intercom
system(s) to include in emergency, operation, and
maintenance manuals
1.
1.7
Include data for each type of product,
including features and operating sequences,
both automatic and manual.
F.
Warranties:
Section.
Special warranties specified in this
G.
Other Information Submittals:
1.
Test Plan and Schedule:
Test plan defining
all tests required to ensure that the system
meets
technical,
operational,
and
performance specifications within seven (7)
days of date of Contract award.
2.
Response and Report:
Response plan shall
detail proposed response time and action for
various alarm signals.
Report plan shall
detail proposed monthly reporting of all
alarm activity.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Installer Qualifications: A certified technician
accredited by the National Burglar & Fire Alarm
Association
who
is
an
authorized
service
representative of central-station control-unit
manufacturer.
B.
Manufacturer
Qualifications:
A
qualified
manufacturer. Maintain a service center capable
of providing training, parts, and emergency
maintenance repairs for overall system at Project
site with eight hours' maximum response time.
C.
Systems
Integrator
Qualifications:
An
experienced
intrusion
detection
equipment
supplier and Installer, who has completed systems
integration work for installations similar in
material, design, and extent to that indicated
for this Project, and whose work has resulted in
construction with a
service performance.
record
of
successful
in-
D.
Product
Options:
Drawings
indicate
size,
profiles, and dimensional requirements of access
control, detection devices and central-station
control units, and intercom system components,
and are based on the specific system indicated.
E.
Electrical Components, Devices, and Accessories:
Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70,
Article 100, by a testing agency acceptable to
authorities having jurisdiction, and marked for
intended use.
F.
Comply with NFPA 70.
G.
Service:
Vendor must have a 24/7 service
department available for immediate dispatch.
1.
Vendor must provide a maximum of four
(4) hour service response time on system
problems and eight (8) hour service response
time on all peripheral devices.
Note that
hours are clock hours and not business
hours.
2.
Vendor will maintain
installed equipment.
and
service
all
3.
All
repair
parts
shall
be
fully
guaranteed for the duration of this contract
and subsequent renewals.
4.
Any repair part, or
equipment,
shall
be
new
manufacturer.
1.8
replacement of
and
of
same
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Environmental
Conditions:
Capable
of
withstanding
the
following
environmental
conditions
without
mechanical
or
electrical
damage or degradation of operating capability:
1.
Altitude:
Sea level to 4,000 feet (1,220m).
1.9
1.10
2.
Interior, Controlled Environment:
System
components, except central-station control
unit,
installed
in
air-conditioned,
temperature-controlled interior environments
shall be rated for continuous operation in
ambients of 36 to 122 deg F (2 to 50 deg C)
dry bulb and 20 to 90 percent relative
humidity, non-condensing.
3.
Interior, Uncontrolled Environment:
System
components installed in non-air-conditioned
non-temperature-controlled
interior
environments shall be rated for continuous
operation in ambients of 0 to 122 deg F
(minus 18 to plus 50 deg C) dry bulb and 20
to
90
percent
relative
humidity,
noncondensing.
4.
Exterior Environment:
System components
installed in locations exposed to weather
shall be rated for continuous operation in
ambients of 0 to plus 122 deg F (minus 18 to
plus 50 deg C) dry bulb and 20 to 90 percent
relative humidity, condensing.
Comply with
UL 294 and UL 639 for outdoor-use equipment.
Rate for continuous operation when exposed
to rain as specified in NEMA 250, winds up
to 85 mph (137 km/h) and snow cover up to 24
inches (610 mm) thick.
WARRANTY
A.
Special Warranty:
Manufacturer's standard form
in which manufacturer and Installer agree to
repair or replace intercom, access control, and
intrusion detection devices and equipment that
fails
in
materials
or
workmanship
within
specified warranty period.
B.
Warranty Period: Minimum two (2) years from date
of Substantial Completion.
EXTRA MATERIALS
A. Furnish extra materials described below that match
products installed and that are packaged with
protective covering for storage
with labels describing contents.
and
identified
1.
Access Control, Intrusion Detection, and
Intercom Devices: Furnish quantity equal to
five percent of the number of units of each
type installed, but no fewer than one of
each type, control panels excluded.
2.
Fuses:
3.
Security
one (1)
fraction
security
Three of each kind and size.
Fasteners:
Furnish not less than
box for every fifty (50) boxes, or
thereof, of each type and size of
fastener installed.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
In other Part 2 articles where titles below
introduce lists, the following requirements apply
for product selection:
Available Manufacturers: Subject to compliance
with
requirements,
manufacturers
offering
products that may be incorporated into the Work
include,
but
are
not
limited
to,
the
manufacturers specified.
Manufacturers:
Subject
requirements,
provide
manufacturers specified.
to
compliance
products
by
with
the
Where the term "no equivalent' is used, related
to a specific product, no substitution for the
particular product will be accepted.
2.2
SYSTEM COMPONENT REQUIREMENTS
A.
Compatibility: Access Control, Detection devices
and their communication features, connecting
wiring, and central-station control unit shall be
selected and configured with accessories for full
compatibility with the following equipment:
Interface with Existing Fire Alarm System(s).
B.
Surge
Protection:
Protect
components
from
voltage surges originating external to equipment
housing
and
entering
through
power,
communication, signal, control, or sensing leads.
Include surge protection for external wiring of
each conductor entry connection to components.
Minimum Protection for Power Lines 120V and more:
Auxiliary
panel
suppressors
complying
with
requirements in NEC code.
Minimum Protection for Communication,
Control, and Low-Voltage Power Lines:
Signal,
Comply
with requirements in NEC code and as recommended
by manufacturer for type of line being protected.
2.3
C.
Interference Protection:
Components shall be
unaffected
by
radiated
RFI
and
electrical
induction of 15V/m over a frequency range of 10
to 10,000 MHz and conducted interference signals
up to 0.25-V RMS injected into power supply lines
at 10 to 10,000 MHz.
D.
Tamper Protection:
Tamper switches on detection
devices, control units, annunciators, and other
system components shall initiate a tamper-alarm
signal
when
unit
is
opened
or
partially
disassembled and when entering conductors are cut
or
disconnected.
Central-station
control-unit
alarm display shall identify tamper alarms and
indicate locations.
E.
Self-Testing
Devices:
Automatically
test
themselves periodically, but not less than once
per hour, to verify normal device functioning and
alarm initiation capability. Devices transmit
test failure to central-station control unit.
F.
Anti-masking
Devices:
Automatically
check
operation continuously or at intervals of a
minute or less, and use signal-processing logic
to detect blocking, masking, jamming, tampering,
or
other
operational
dysfunction.
Devices
transmit detection of operational dysfunction to
central-station control unit as an alarm signal.
G.
Addressable Devices:
Transmitter and receivers
shall communicate unique device identification
and status reports to central-station control
unit.
ENCLOSURES
A.
Interior
Sensors:
Enclosures
against dust, falling dirt, and
corrosive liquids.
B.
Interior Electronics:
that
protect
dripping non-
NEMA 250, Type 12.
C.
Exterior
fiberglass.
2.4
2.5
Electronics:
NEMA 250,
Type 4X
D.
Corrosion Resistant:
NEMA 250, Type 4X PVC.
E.
Screw Covers:
Where enclosures are accessible,
secure
with
security
fasteners
of
type
appropriate for enclosure.
ELECTRICAL POWER
A.
Normal System Power Supply: 120V, 60 Hz, through
a locked disconnect device and an isolation
transformer
in
subscriber
control
unit.
Subscriber control unit shall supply power to all
components connected to it, unless otherwise
indicated.
B.
Annunciation:
Indicate a change in system
condition and switching of system or component to
backup power.
C.
UPS:
Minimum of eight (8) hour battery backup
capability for all systems, sub-systems, servers
and workstations.
SECURE AND ACCESS DEVICES
A.
Acceptable Manufacturers:
Andover Controls - no equivalent
Integral Technologies - no equivalent
HID - no equivalent
Intellisense - no equivalent
Aiphone - no equivalent
Ademco - no equivalent
George Risk Industries, Inc. - no equivalent
2.6
ACCESS CONTROL ALARM MONITORING SYSTEM
A.
ACAM file server shall be Integral Technologies
Continuum SE® security management system, with no
equivalent, complete with CPU, keyboard, 17" LCD
color monitor, all required database management,
configuration software, database storage system
software and hardware, as well as complete
browser based ACAM software package including a
dynamic alarm graphical user interface. The ACAM
system shall also support video badging system
Interface, CCTV subsystem interface, elevator
control,
high
integrity
dial-up,
and
other
subsystem
functions
as
defined
in
the
specifications and contract documents. ACAM file
server shall communicate with ACAM workstations
over an industry standard Ethernet local area
network (LAN). Location of ACAM file server shall
be co-located with the security system head-end
and as specified in contract documents and
drawings.
B.
ACAM workstation shall be Integrated Technologies
Continuum SE® security management system, with no
equivalent, 17" LCD color monitor and keyboard
for database entry, operator requested reports
and alarm/event reporting. Operator interface
shall
be
browser-driven
through
easy
to
understand screens with point and click buttons.
ACAM workstation shall communicate with ACAM
server over an industry standard Ethernet LAN.
One (1) workstation shall be located in the
school's Main Office with an exact location
coordinated by the vendor and school official.
C.
D.
Dynamic alarm color graphical user interface with
full graphic map/floor plan import and display
capability. The system shall have the capability
to simultaneously display floor plan maps with
coded interactive alarm icons and indications,
together with audible alarm, descriptive alarm
text and operator instructions. Quantity and
location of alarm color graphic maps, alarm
points and active response workstations shall be
as specified in contract documents and drawings.
Logging and report printers shall be provided.
Logging printer shall be a black-and-white, dot
matrix printer of a minimum of 160 CPS print
speed using tractor-feed fan fold paper. Quantity
of one (1) is required to be installed at the
Security Head-End.
Report printer shall be a
black-and-white laser printer.
Quantity of one
(1) is required to be installed with the
workstation in the school's main office.
E.
Networked
intelligent
controller
shall
be
Integral Technologies Continuum SE® security
management system, with no equivalent.
A
networked intelligent controller utilizing true
distributed
processing
technology
with
the
capability of local processing based on the full
local storage of cardholders, access groups, time
zones, input and output information in RAM. Each
networked intelligent controller shall be UL
listed as conforming to UL 294 and UL 1076.
F.
Card readers, keypads and access control cards
shall be provided in the encoding technology and
quantities specified in the contract documents
and drawings. Door contact switches, request-toexit devices, electric locks, local alarm horns,
status indicators and other devices shall also be
provided as shown on contract drawings.
G.
ACAM File Server
1.
The
file
server
shall
be
Integral
Technologies
Continuum
SE®
Security
Management
System
and
provided
with
a
minimum 17-inch LCD color monitor, standard
101-key keyboard and two-button mouse. The
file
server
computer
system
shall
be
constructed
from
commercially
available
computer hardware.
2.
The file server shall utilize a 3GHz Intel
Pentium 4 processor supporting multi-user,
multi-tasking
and
multi-threaded
capabilities with a minimum of 1GB of RAM.
Server shall also be equipped with the
following:
a.
180GB hard disk
b.
10/100 Ethernet NIC
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
3-1/2" Diskette Drive
CD-RW Drive
Audio sound card and speakers
Microsoft SQL 2000 Server Software
Microsoft 2000/XP/2003 Server O/S
SVGA compatible, 17" LCD monitor
Full-function keyboard and mouse
License agreement for all applicable
software
3.
H.
The computer system shall be capable of
accommodating upgrades in color monitor,
hard disk drive, RAM and I/O port capacity,
without rendering the ACAM file server
hardware and/or software obsolete.
ACAM Workstation
1.
The workstation shall utilize a 3GHz Intel
Pentium 4 processor supporting multi-user,
multi-tasking
and
multi-threaded
capabilities with a minimum of 1GB of RAM.
Server shall also be equipped with the
following:
a.
80GB hard disk
b.
10/100 Ethernet NIC
c.
3-1/2" Diskette Drive
d.
CD-RW Drive
e.
Audio sound card and speakers
f.
Microsoft 2000/XP/2003 Server O/S
g.
SVGA compatible, 17" LCD monitor
h.
Full-function keyboard and mouse
i.
License agreement for all applicable
2.
The workstation shall monitor alarms and
display video and be provided with full
imaging display capability.
3.
Each
workstation
shall
be
capable
of
supporting an alarm color graphics software
package concurrently with the standard ACAM
operator software package.
4.
On-Line Event Printers
software
a.
On-line alarm reports and event
transactions shall be printed on the
on-line event printer. The printer
shall be a dot matrix printer utilizing
tractor feed fan fold paper and capable
of a print speed of at least 160 CPS.
5.
Report Printer
a.
Operator requested and specified
database reports shall print on a
system report printer. Each reports
printer shall be a standard laser
printer.
I.
Card Readers:
Provide HID proximity style card
readers, or equivalent, on all reader controlled
doors unless otherwise noted.
Provide HID
MiniProx mullion type card readers on all doors as
noted on attached drawings, or as necessary due to
the individual construction at each door or reader
location.
J.
Access Cards:
Provide
ProxKey® II Proximity
Keyfobs,
or
equivalent.
Keyfobs
must
be
compatible with all HID proximity readers.
It
must also provide an external number for ease of
identification and control. Quantities of Keyfobs
required are as follows:
Chippens Hill Middle School
-
150
K.
Where necessary, provide Altronix AL400/600ULX
Access Control Power Supply Charger with no
equivalent.
L.
Magnetic Door Contacts:
All exterior doors have
existing door contacts wired to the Radionics
control panel. If necessary, provide and install
GRI 4460 Series, no equivalent, surface mount
magnetic contacts as shown on the security
drawings.
M.
REX Motion Devices: Provide Bosch DS-160 rex
motion sensors at all locations as shown on the
attached
security
drawings.
The
Security
Contractor is responsible for all necessary door
hardware, provision, installation and operation,
to ensure proper operation of all reader doors.
2.7
SYSTEM SOFTWARE
A.
The security management system software shall be
Integral Technologies Continuum SE® with no
equivalent. Workstation O/S shall be Windows
2000/XP and PC-based server O/S shall be Windows
2000/XP/2003 server and SQL 2000 server relational
database system.
B.
Software Features
a. Communicate with native TCP/IP Intelligent
Distributed Network Controllers (IDNC) over
an existing customer owned ethernet TCP/IP
enterprise network
b. Control minimum of 100,000 doors
c. Control minimum of 4,000,000 card holders
d. Monitor up to 100,000 supervised input points
e. Operator passwords
f. Time intervals
g. User-defined cardholder fields
h. Alarm priorities.
i. User-defined alarm categories.
j. Action/instruction text messages.
k. Local, hard, soft and timed anti-passback
capability.
k. Configurable
alarm-to-relay
linking
downloaded to field controllers for local
operation.
l. Configurable
automatic
time
schedule
controlled commands, downloaded to the field
controller for automatic local operation.
m. Photo badging utility.
n. History/audit trail.
o. Ability to respond to access requests/alarm
conditions before and during download to
networked intelligent controllers.
p. Automatic card activation and deactivation by
date.
q. Global and local alarm masking by operator or
cardholder.
r. High integrity dial-up capability to support
access control panels and readers at remotely
located sites via dial-up communication over
public switched telephone network, and to
s.
t.
u.
v.
w.
x.
C.
download database and upload transaction
history based on operator commands.
Variable card formats.
Software for integrated video imaging/badging
system incorporating a complete multi-layer,
database keyed badge design facility, bitmap
editor, and drawing package. The system must
be capable of allowing enrollment facilities
at any designated workstation, and displaying
photo-images
of
cardholders
at
any
workstation on an individual system.
CCTV interface capability for direct RS-232C
serial interface for CCTV control subsystem
utilizing AD, Phillips, Pelco, Panasonic, or
Phillips CCTV CPU.
Elevator control functions (ECS).
Capability to support multiple site and
facility codes at card readers.
Capability to mask and unmask security areas
globally from a single card reader/keypad
with LCD display prompts.
On-Line System Management & Reporting
a.
The system shall maintain, on disk, an event
transaction log file, and be capable of
historical data reports as well as cardholder
report listings in a variety of formats.
1) System Event Transaction Log File.
b.
The
system
shall
maintain
an
event
transaction log file on hard disk for the
recording of all historical event log data.
1) The historical data file shall maintain
the most recent 40,000 log file physical
records without having to resort to
archived media.
2) The system shall warn the user of the
need to archive historical data before
data is over-written.
3) The system shall provide the utilities by
which the historical event log file may
be
backed
up
to
a
removable
disk
cartridge of not less than 100 MB
capacity, which may be accessed on-line,
without the need to copy the archived
data back to hard disk. The system must
be capable of recalling historical events
directly from the back up magnetic media
without the need to interrupt normal online activity of the ACAM system.
D.
Historical Reports.
a.
The system shall be capable of producing the
following reports, based on logged historical
events over a specified date and time period,
both individually and in any combination.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
E.
Report of valid access for a selected
cardholder, selected card reader, on
selected area(s).
Report of rejected access attempts for a
selected
cardholder,
selected
card
reader, and selected alarm activation’s
for a selected alarm point, on selected
area(s).
Report of alarm acknowledgments for a
selected alarm or group of alarms.
Report of operator entered comments in
conjunction with alarm acknowledgments.
Report
of
manual
operator
override
commands such as performed alarm point
masking/unmasking,
manual
card
reader
door locking and unlocking, and manual
auxiliary relay activate/deactivate.
Report
of
automatic
time
controlled
system
commands
such
as
automatic
masking/unmasking,
and
automatic
door
lock/unlocks.
In addition, the system shall offer the
user
the
option
of
directing
the
historical
reports
to
a
client
workstation color monitor for display or
to the report printer.
Cardholder Reports.
a.
The system shall be capable of producing
lists of selected cardholder data records on
a client workstation color monitor and/or a
report printer. The system shall allow the
user to sort by card number, cardholder name
or other fields.
1)
2)
3)
2.8
Standard cardholder record reports may be
requested by an operator, with the data
records sorted numerically by encoded
card number, alphabetically by cardholder
name, numerically by employee number, and
numerically by the embossed card serial
number.
Such
listings
may
also
be
requested
to
include
only
those
cardholders who are authorized access to
a specified area (listed by security
area).
Special employee report generator reports
may be created by the operator to provide
cardholder record listings that include
only operator specified data fields. Each
report may include conditional testing on
up to two data fields in order to include
data for only those cardholders that
comply with those conditions specified.
Each report shall be capable of being
sorted in alphabetical or numeric order.
Cardholder report formats: The system
shall allow the user to create and design
the ad hoc reports with report format
names. The system shall save and store
these named formats on the system hard
disk for later use and recall by format
name.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT
A.
The system shall provide for
database management capabilities:
the
following
1.
The software shall be capable of providing
for
the
recall
of
system
historical
transactions
with
a
minimum
of
40,000
transactions that can be recalled by an
operator
command
from
the
main
event
transaction file on the file server hard
disk. Additional events may be recalled
directly from an archived history log file
on a removable hard disk cartridge.
2.
Data searching parameters shall be provided
in the ACAM system software. The search
capability shall include, but is not limited
to the following:
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
2.9
a.
Card
number,
serial
employee number or name.
Card readers.
Security areas.
Alarm points.
Alarm categories.
Date and time periods.
number,
3.
The software shall provide report creation
capabilities which offer search, organize
and
sorting
according
to
the
operator
instructions, and have the ability to print,
spool, or display a full report at a printer
or client workstation.
4.
All operator commands and database entry
functions shall be Internet browser driven
with plain English text and prompts, and the
system
shall
provide
on-screen
Help
information with one click of a button.
5.
All access to the operator system functions
shall require the entry of a valid password.
A password must be used by the operator,
manager, or administrator to access the
system, with each password access authority
being
completely
user-selectable
by
individual menu selection.
CCTV CAMERA SYSTEM
A.
MANUFACTURERS
B.
Acceptable Manufacturers with no equivalent:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Altronix
Integral Technologies
Panasonic
Bosch
2.10 MATERIALS
A.
Digital video Recorder (DVR):
Video recording
shall be done through the Integral Technologies
DS Xpress and DigitalSENTRY software. Include any
necessary
interface
and/or
control
cables
required
for
connection
to
the
network.
Configuration shall be based on the following:
Base Bid:
Alternate
Two (2) DS Xpress recorders.
Each
recorder shall be equipped with four
(4)
compression
boards
and
1TB
recording capacity.
Bid:
Two (2) additional DS Xpress
recorders. Each recorder shall be
equipped
with
four
(4)
compression
boards
and
1TB
recording capacity.
B.
Outdoor Cameras:
Provide Panasonic WV-CW964,
equipped with WV-7176 sun shield.
Also provide
and install necessary outdoor housing units, back
box modules, and mounting brackets. Outdoor
cameras shall be fitted with a 30x optical zoom
auto focus lens (3.8-114mm at f1.4) plus 10x
electronic digital zoom for a total zoom capacity
of 300x.
The cameras shall be installed in
locations as shown on the security drawings.
Vendor is responsible for providing and installing
all power and hardware as required.
C.
Indoor Cameras (Fixed): Provide Panasonic WV-CF224EX color CCD cameras with no equivalent. Also
provide necessary Interior Wall/Ceiling Mount
Bracket.
All interior cameras shall be fitted
with the Vari-Focal Lens. The cameras shall be
installed in locations as shown on the security
drawings.
D.
Indoor Cameras (Pan/Tilt/Zoom): Provide Panasonic
WV-CS574 color CCD cameras with 22x zoom lens and
rotating chassis with no equivalent.
E.
Indoor Cameras (Stairwells):
Provide Bosch LTC1271/20C
corner
phortress
vari-dome
high
resolution color cameras, or equivalent.
Dome
camera shall be constructed of cast aluminum,
white brushed aluminum finish and with a dome of
clear polycarbonate. Dome shall be corner mounted
using tamper-resistant screws and flush, or near,
to
the
ceiling
as
dictated
by
building
construction. Cameras shall be equipped with a 2-
4mm varifocal length lens with an iris range of
f1.6 to 200.
The cameras shall be installed in
locations as shown on the attached security
drawings.
F.
Power Supply: Provide and install Altronix model
ALTV248, or equivalent CCTV Camera and Accessory
Power Supply as required for video cameras.
2.11 ALARM SYSTEM MASTER CONTROL PANEL
A.
Acceptable Manufacturers:
ADEMCO/Honeywell Vista Series with no equivalent
B.
The alarm system master control panel shall have
the following functionality:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Eight on board hardwired zones
Expandable to 128 zones
Event log
Two independent partitions
Two on board trigger outputs
Two independent partitions
2.12 ALARM SYSTEM KEYPAD
A.
Each alarm system keypad shall have the following
features and capabilities:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The keypad shall have a two-line, 32
character backlit LCD display.
It shall have a built-in sounder with
distinct
tones
for
alarm
and
trouble
conditions.
Keys light on entry or key press for simple
operation.
Separate emergency keys.
User controlled brightness and volume.
Multiple or single area configurations.
7.
Alarm system keypad
with no equivalent
shall
be
Ademco
6139
2.13 AUDIO/VIDEO INTERCOM SYSTEM
A.
Acceptable Manufacturers:
Aiphone Communications with no equivalent
B.
Intercom Door Station:
1.
Provide Aiphone KB-DAR, or equivalent, Surface
Mount Tilt Color Door Cameras as shown on the
attached security drawings.
a.
C.
shall
Steel
be installed in a
Vandal
Resistant
Internal Master Station:
1.
Provide Aiphone KB-3MRD 3” X 5” Tilt Color
Master Monitor, or equivalent, as shown on
security drawings. Monitor must be a desk
mount Tilt video monitor for use with the KBDAR door station.
a.
2.
D.
Each unit
Stainless
Housing.
System
must
provide
for
selective
call/answer feature and selective door
release function.
Provide Aiphone MCW-S Desk Stand for Monitors.
Internal master/monitor shall be located on a
desk in the room designated on the security
drawings.
Provide Aiphone RY-3DL Selective Door Release
Adaptor, or equivalent, as shown on the security
drawings.
1.
Associated PS-24E, or equivalent,
Supply Unit(s) shall also be supplied.
2.14 Exterior Underground Conduit
A.
Conduit Type
Power
1.
All conduits to be direct buried shall
be 2" schedule 80 PVC if non-encased, or
schedule 40 PVC if concrete encased.
2. All conduit to be buried under a public
road-way
shall
be
rigid
and
concrete
encased.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
B.
3.2
Examine substrates, areas, and conditions, with
Installer
present,
for
compliance
with
requirements for installation tolerances and
other
conditions
affecting
performance
of
intrusion detection.
1.
Examine roughing-in for embedded and builtin anchors to verify actual locations of
intrusion
detection
connections
before
intrusion detection installation.
2.
For the record, prepare written report,
endorsed by Installer, listing conditions
detrimental to performance of intrusion
detection.
Inspect
built-in
and
cast-in
anchor
installations,
before
installing
intrusion
detection, to verify that anchor installations
comply with requirements.
Prepare inspection
reports.
1.
Remove and replace anchors where inspections
indicate that they do not comply with
requirements.
Re-inspect after repairs or
replacements are made.
2.
Perform additional inspections to determine
compliance of replaced or additional anchor
installations. Prepare inspection reports.
C.
For material whose orientation is critical for
its performance as a ballistic barrier, verify
installation orientation.
D.
Proceed
with
installation
only
after
unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
WIRING INSTALLATION
A.
Wiring Method: Install wiring in Wiremold® metal
raceways except in accessible indoor ceiling
spaces and in interior hollow gypsum board
partitions.
Conceal raceways and wiring except
in unfinished spaces and as indicated.
Minimum
raceway size shall be 3/4 inch (19.1 mm).
Control and data transmission wiring shall not
share conduit with other building wiring systems.
B.
Wiring within Enclosures:
Bundle, lace, and
train conductors to terminal points.
Use lacing
bars and distribution spools.
Separate powerlimited
and
non-power-limited
conductors
as
recommended in writing by manufacturer.
Install
conductors parallel with or at right angles to
sides and back of enclosure.
Connect conductors
that are terminated, spliced, or interrupted in
any enclosure associated with intrusion system to
terminal blocks. Mark each terminal according to
system's wiring diagrams.
Make all connections
with approved crimp-on terminal spade lugs,
pressure-type
terminal
blocks,
or
plug
connectors.
C.
Wires and Cables:
1.
2.
3.
Conductors:
Size as recommended in writing
by system manufacturer, unless otherwise
indicated.
120-V Power Wiring:
Install according to
the NEC code.
Control and Signal Transmission Conductors:
Install
unshielded,
twisted-pair
cable,
unless
otherwise
indicated
or
if
manufacturer recommends shielded cable.
D.
Splices,
Taps,
and
Terminations:
Make
connections only on numbered terminal strips in
junction,
pull,
and
outlet
boxes;
terminal
cabinets; and equipment enclosures.
E.
Connections:
Comply
with
values specified in UL 486A.
F.
Install
power
supplies
and
other
auxiliary
components for detection devices at control
units, unless otherwise indicated or required by
torque-tightening
manufacturer.
Do not
devices they serve.
G.
3.1
3.4
install
such
items
near
Identify components with engraved, laminatedplastic or metal nameplate for central-station
control unit and each terminal cabinet, mounted
with corrosion-resistant screws.
GROUNDING
A.
Ground system components and conductor and cable
shields to eliminate shock hazard and to minimize
ground loops, common-mode returns, noise pickup,
cross talk, and other impairments.
B.
Signal Ground Terminal: Locate at main equipment
rack or cabinet.
Isolate from power system and
equipment grounding.
Provide 5 -ohm ground.
Measure, record, and report ground resistance.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
B.
Pre-testing:
After installation, align, adjust,
and balance system and perform complete pretesting to determine compliance of system with
requirements in the Contract Documents.
Correct
deficiencies observed in pre-testing.
Replace
malfunctioning or damaged items with new ones and
retest
until
satisfactory
performance
and
conditions are achieved.
Prepare forms for
systematic recording of acceptance test results.
1.
Report of Pre-testing: After pre-testing is
complete, provide a letter certifying that
installation is complete and fully operable;
include names and titles of witnesses to
preliminary tests.
2.
Final Test Notice: Notify Owner at least 10
days in advance of final acceptance testing.
Manufacturer's Field Service:
Engage a factoryauthorized
service
representative
to
inspect, test,
and
adjust
field-assembled
components and equipment installation, including
connections, and to assist
Report results in writing.
C.
in
field-testing.
Perform the following field tests and inspections
and prepare reports:
1.
Inspection:
Verify that units and controls
are properly labeled and interconnecting
wires and terminals are identified.
2.
Operational Tests:
Schedule tests after
pre-testing has been successfully completed.
Test all modes of system operation and
intrusion
detection
at
each
detection
device. Test for detection of intrusion and
for false alarms in each protected zone.
Test
for
false
alarms
by
simulating
activities
outside
indicated
detection
patterns.
Test for central station alarm
notification on all systems.
3.
Electrical Tests:
Comply with NFPA 72,
Section A-7.
Minimum required tests are as
follows:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Verify the absence of unwanted voltages
between circuit conductors and ground.
Test all conductors for short circuits
using an insulation-testing device.
With each circuit pair, short circuit
at the far end of circuit and measure
circuit resistance with an ohmmeter.
Record
circuit
resistance
of
each
circuit on Record Drawings.
Verify that each control unit is in
normal
condition
as
detailed
in
manufacturer's
operation
and
maintenance manual.
One connection each should be opened at
not less than 10 percent of initiating
and indicating devices. Observe proper
signal transmission according to class
of wiring used.
Verify that transient surge-protection
devices are installed according to
manufacturer's written instructions.
g.
h.
3.5
Test each initiating and indicating
device for alarm operation and proper
response at control unit.
Test both primary and secondary power.
Verify, by test, that UPS is capable of
operating the system for period and in
manner specified.
D.
Report of Tests and Inspections:
Prepare a
written
record
of
tests,
inspections,
and
detailed test results in the form of a test log.
E.
Tag all equipment, stations, and other components
for
which
tests
have
been
satisfactorily
completed.
DEMONSTRATION & TRAINING
A.
Integrated Access Control System training shall
include two sessions arranged with the owner at
least one week prior to the training dates.
Training manuals shall be delivered for each
trainee with an additional one copy delivered for
archiving on the project site. Duration of the
training classes shall be a minimum of two (2)
hours.
B.
Training manuals shall consist of an agenda,
defined objectives for each lesion, system and
sub-system with a detailed description of the
subject
matter
of
each
lesson,
and
the
manufacturer’s
written
operation
and
system
manuals.
At a minimum, training agenda shall
consist of the following:
1.
An overview of the system components and
features.
2.
A detailed description of how the system
will
operate
to
meet
the
performance
requirements of the access control system.
3.
Startup and orderly shutdown and reset
procedures for the system.
4.
Hands on training on all integrated access
components, features and functions.
5.
A complete description of Door Management
Alarm (DMA) capabilities and limitations.
6.
7.
C.
3.6
Engage
a
factory-authorized
service
representative
to
train
Owner's
maintenance
personnel
to
adjust,
operate,
and
maintain
intrusion detection.
ON-SITE ASSISTANCE
A.
3.7
Basic troubleshooting guide intended to
identify the source of system problems.
Overall system configuration and restore
procedures.
Occupancy Adjustments:
Within one year of date
of Substantial Completion, and each subsequent
year, provide up to three (3) Project-site
visits, when requested by Owner, to adjust and
calibrate
components
and
to
assist
Owner's
personnel in making program changes and in
adjusting equipment and controls to suit actual
conditions. Visits for this purpose shall be in
addition to any required by warranty.
OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION
A.
The
contractor
shall
provide
all
conduit,
coupling,
hardware
and
all
other
materials
necessary
for
a
proper
and
first
class
installation.
Direction changes should be as
gradual as possible using telecommunication rated
sweeps where necessary.
Direction changes made
by skewing straight sections of conduit will not
be accepted. Angle couplings and bends alone in
combination with straight sections should be used
for direction changes.
When placing conduit in
the field, it is preferred that the vendor use
on-site heat bending to accomplish angles that do
not
fall
into
standard
45
or
90
degree
increments. Radius of sweeps and bends shall not
be less than 3'.
LB’s are not permitted at any
juncture of conduit path.
B.
Each trench to each parking lot light pole, as
shown on Security drawings, shall have a minimum
of two (2) 2" conduits.
C.
The Contractor must uncover and expose all known
conflicts along the trench route to permit
gradual conduit deviations and realignments.
D.
To ascertain that the conduit has been properly
laid, the work will be inspected throughout the
construction period by a representative of the
Bristol Board of Education.
E.
All conduits must be sealed, immediately after
installation, to prevent the entrance of gas or
liquid building.
F.
Building penetration cores must be temporarily
sealed after drilling to prevent leakage into the
building until conduits are fully installed.
G.
Rubber compression conduit plugs, waterplug and B
duct sealers should be used to seal conduits
after
all
cabling
is
installed.
Rubber
compression plugs are the preferred choice.
H.
All conduits shall have a mule tape, with footage
markings, drag line installed. The mule tape is
to remain in all conduit pathways after cable
installation is complete.
I.
Building conduit entrance points must be below
grade. Below grade entrance conduits shall be
installed with a minimum drop-away of ¼" for each
2 linear feet, for a minimum distance of 10
linear feet from the building entrance point.
J.
Placement Method
1.
Width of the trench should be the width of
duct structure plus 6 inches on each side.
2.
All conduit that is to be encased in
concrete shall have approximately 1 inch of
clearance between the bottom tier of ducts
and the trench bottom. Concrete will have a
minimum strength of 5,000 P.S.I. @ 28 days.
The depth of the trench should be the height
of the conduit structure plus a minimum of
24 inches.
3.
4.
A minimum horizontal separation of 12 inches
must be maintained between the electrical
and telecommunications duct banks.
5.
Conduits buried under paved areas and areas
of vehicular traffic shall be concrete
encased.
6.
Non-encased conduits shall be bedded with a
minimum of 6 inches of sand on all sides.
7.
Conduit
runs
shall
include
2"
base
separation spacers located every 10' on
center.
K.
Underground hazard tape, non-adhesive, 6 inches
wide, Panduit HTU6G-T or equivalent which reads
"CAUTION TELEPHONE LINE BURIED BELOW" shall be
placed 6 inches below grade and above all conduit
runs.
L.
Underground metal tracer tape shall be placed 6
inches above all new conduit runs.
M.
At the trench site all mud and other debris such
as stones, wood, paper, etc., must be removed
from the ducts prior to placing them in the
trench.
N.
All trench routes that run adjacent to trees or
shrubs shall be approved by the Bristol Board of
Education to minimize damage.
Contractor shall
coordinate trenching to allow time for this to be
accomplished.
O.
Joints should be aligned correctly and as tight
as
possible
so
that
ducts
do
not
become
obstructed with silt, tree roots, etc.
Plastic
duct joints should also be chemically welded.
P.
Joints between lengths of conduit forming a tier
of ducts, and also those of successive tiers,
should be staggered uniformly.
Q.
Before pouring concrete, plug all duct openings
temporarily. Concrete is to be poured toward the
free ends of the ducts.
Concrete must not be
poured in
height.
lifts
greater
than
three
tiers
in
R.
All surface areas which are disturbed or damaged
during excavation and placement must be restored
to their original condition or better.
S.
All conduit trenching shall be filled and tamped
in 12" lifts to prevent settling.
T.
Surplus
material
Contractor.
-END OF
must
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION –
be
removed
by
the