technology design standards 2008 bond programs

TECHNOLOGY DESIGN STANDARDS
FOR THE
2008 BOND PROGRAMS
Prepared By
Version 4 – Revised
July 9, 2010
Table of Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................... 2
Interiors and Cabling Design Standards ........................................................... 3
Main Equipment Rooms ...................................................................... 4
Technology Closets ............................................................................ 9
D-Marc Room ...................................................................................... 17
Building Pathways and Access Considerations ............................. 19
Wireless Access Points ..................................................................... 20
Cabling ................................................................................................ 21
Product Recommendations.............................................................................. 22
Infrastructure Products .................................................................... 23
Cable Products .................................................................................. 24
WAN Infrastructure Products ........................................................... 25
Data System Products ...................................................................... 25
Voice Communication Products ...................................................... 26
Wireless LAN Products..................................................................... 26
Uninterrupted Power Supply Products ........................................... 26
Digital Signage Products .................................................................. 27
Classroom Products ......................................................................... 29
Conference Room Products ............................................................. 36
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INTRODUCTION
Purpose of This Report
TechKnowledge was retained by Lone Star College System to develop Technology Design Standards for the 2009 bond program. In
pursuit of updated standards, the TechKnowledge team interviewed key users on each campus, met with LSCS’ IT department, considered
trends in education and technology, and reviewed our findings, conclusions, and recommendations with LSCS leadership. This
engagement resulted in both an assessment of the district’s technology deployment, and more importantly, updated standards for the bond
program projects.
This document is intended to be used by those designing, building, and equipping new buildings, as well as renovations associated with
existing buildings and classrooms. This document includes design guidelines for:
Telecommunications connections to each campus
Critical technology space needs, including Main Equipment Rooms and Technology Closets
Standards for classroom technologies, including cabling, voice, telephony, and Audio / Visual components
An IP network standard for both wired and wireless networks in each building
A recommended Structured Cabling Standard
Guidelines for Digital Signage
This report presents pragmatic, step-by-step technology design elements expressed as Technology Standards. Bond Program
architects and engineers should carefully review these standards as designs are developed, ensuring these minimum guidelines are
included in the program and budget for each building.
The TechKnowledge team is available to review drawings and assist in designing “technology friendly” buildings as needed.
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Interior Technology
Design Standards
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RECOMMENDED DESIGN S TANDARDS
Main Equipment Rooms
Larger buildings and new campuses will require a separate Main Equipment Room to house local servers, controllers for digital
signage, and telecommunications equipment. The Main Equipment Room in each of these locations should follow these design
criteria:
♦
The room should be built in accordance with the guidelines specified in the TIA/EIA 569 Standard for Commercial
Building Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces. Based on current estimates, this room should be at least 1,000
sq. ft. in size, as geometrically square as possible, and located toward the center or core of the building structure.
♦
The power shall be overhead mounted to the ladder rack above the cabinets and racks, all on an emergency generator
where possible with “N+1” UPS backup (at least 15 minutes of battery backup). Estimated power load should be
100KVA/80KW for the entire room. This is based on about 100 watts per square foot to support high density computing.
♦
The room should be placed on the ground floor whenever possible due to equipment access and floor loading
considerations. Avoid placing the Main Equipment Room next to outside walls, elevator shafts, and/or internal fixed building
walls.
♦
HVAC and power loads should be at least 100 watts per square foot to support high density computing. Both the
electrical and the HVAC must be connected to an appropriate UPS and emergency generator.
♦
The Main Equipment Room will require 24-hour HVAC at an estimated 25 ton load, preferably delivered via two 15 ton
systems at either end of the room. The HVAC system should be on the emergency generator.
♦
All perimeter walls shall be full height (deck-to-deck), 1-hour rated construction, fire sealed, and sealed to prevent
chemical fire suppression leaks. The ceiling height should be at least 9’ 6” from finished floor surface.
♦
There should be no water or plumbing distribution piping routed through the ceiling, room, walls, or plenum.
The Main Equipment Room should not have any water related areas (coffee/break rooms, restrooms, etc.) above or
adjacent to the Main Equipment Room footprint.
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♦
The Main Equipment Room should have adequate lighting to provide 50-foot candles measured 3 feet from the
finished floor surface.
♦
A primary 6’-0” wide double door will be required for access to the hallway closest to the loading dock. All other door
entrances should be at least 4’-0” wide.
♦
Electronic access control systems shall be employed via access card technology at each entry door for security
purposes. A surveillance camera is recommended at each entry door.
♦
The Main Equipment Room should be finished with static dissipative vinyl composition tile (VCT).
♦
The Main Equipment Room should have at least a pre-action fire suppression system.
♦
A telecommunications grounding system built in accordance to the TIA/EIA 607 Standard for Commercial Building
Grounding and Bonding is required. The Main Equipment Room will require a ground bus connection to the main
Telecommunications Ground Bus. An eight-lug grounding bar, attached to the main ground bus via a 6-awg copper
cable, provided by the General Contractor will be required.
♦
An Emergency Power Off (EPO) switch should be installed in the Main Equipment Room only if required by code. If
code requires an EPO, it should be mounted to the far left of the exit door and shielded by a plastic cover to prevent
inadvertent activation.
♦
Our anticipated Main Equipment Room Layout is presented on the following page:
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Main Equipment Room for a Building Location Independent of any Main Campus
See notes for detail description on pg. 8
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Technology Closets
Critical cabling, IP network, and A/V components will be housed in technology closets situated throughout the space. Every floor in
each campus facility should have at least one technology closet per 20,000 square feet of useable space. Each technology
closet should be centrally located, square in shape, and should be designed based upon the following criterion:
♦
The room should be built in accordance with the guidelines specified in the TIA/EIA 569 Standard for Commercial
Building Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces. Each Technology Closet should be at least 110 sq. ft. in size
(10’x11’ preferable, with the minimum dimension no less than 9’). No closet should be more than 260 ft. from the most
distant cable run via corridor routing. These Technology Closets will not only house equipment for voice and data
networks, but also security, audio/visual systems, overhead paging, and building automation systems. This includes
space to properly install and maintain these devices. All closets should stack vertically within the building.
♦
Each Technology Closet will be connected to the Telecommunications Grounding System built in accordance to the
TIA/EIA 607 Standard for Commercial Building Grounding and Bonding. An eight-lug grounding bar, attached to the
main ground bus via a 6-awg copper cable, will be required in each closet.
♦
The power will be divided into circuits that are supported by the UPS/generator, and those just by the generator, so
that when the UPS is being maintained power can still be supported in the IT Closets. Each Technology Closet will
require multiple 208vac circuits above the equipment racks and at least (4) 120vac 20amp ISO circuits on the walls.
An estimated power load of 7kVA/5.6kKW per room will be required, however the design teams should carefully
monitor systems selected and amend this projection as needed.
♦
There should be no water or plumbing distribution piping routed through or above the Technology Closets.
The Technology Closets should also not have any water related areas (coffee/break rooms, restrooms, etc.) above the
Technology Closet’s footprint.
♦
Each Technology Closet should have lighting to provide 50-foot candles measured 3 feet above floor surface.
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♦
Each Technology Closet will require a 7x24 HVAC capable of dissipating approximately 24,000 BTU/hour or 2 tons.
The HVAC systems in the Technology Closets should be on the emergency generator.
♦
The floor should be finished with static dissipative vinyl composition tile (VCT), or the concrete should be sealed.
♦
The doors should be a minimum of 3-0 in width.
♦
All walls should be covered with ¾ inch plywood and painted with flame retardant paint.
♦
Each Technology Closet will require four (4) four-inch sleeves with collars above the door for horizontal cable
distribution. Cable tray shall be provided for at least 20’ leaving the Technology Closet.
♦
Each Technology Closet will require three (3) four-inch floor cores, with sleeves, for vertical backbone cable
distribution. In addition, a single four-inch core should also be provided in the mechanical or electrical room on each
floor for a secondary fiber route to the Main Equipment Room.
♦
Lay in ceiling is neither required, nor recommended in the Technology Closets. All walls should go deck-to-deck.
♦
If code requires fire suppression, the water heads should be high temperature heads, and no water head or pipe
should be positioned above the equipment racks.
♦
Each Technology Closet should be secured with a key lock at minimum, or with electronic access control systems
(EAC). A surveillance camera is strongly recommended.
Our anticipated Technology Closet Layout is presented on the following page:
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Typical 3 Rack IDF
See notes for detail description on pg. 13
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Typical 3 Rack IDF
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Typical 2 Rack IDF
See notes for detail description on pg. 16
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Typical 2 Rack IDF
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D-Marc Room (optional, function may be part of the Main Equipment Room)
This room will provide for the distribution of telecommunication services throughout each campus and will have similar amenities as a typical
Technology Closet. Often times the d-marc end room is an adjunct to the Main Equipment Room or a Technology Closet, where a separate
room is generally not required. Each d-marc room should be designed based upon the following criterion:
♦
The D-Marc room portion of this room should be at least 200 sq. ft. and located as close to the Main Equipment Room
as possible.
♦
The D-Marc room should be connected to the Telecommunications Grounding System built in accordance to the
TIA/EIA 607 Standard for Commercial Building Grounding and Bonding. An eight-lug grounding bar, attached to the
main ground bus via a 6-awg copper cable, provided by the General Contractor will be required.
♦
The room will require multiple isolated ground circuits, on the centralized UPS and on the emergency generator. An
estimated power load of 20kVA/16KW will be required.
♦
There should be no water or plumbing distribution piping routed through or above this room. The room should
also not have any water related areas (coffee/break rooms, restrooms, etc.) above the room’s footprint. The room
should not have any water feature (water pipe, drains, etc.) in any of the walls of the room.
♦
The room should have lighting to provide 50-foot candles measured from 3 feet above the floor surface.
♦
The room will require a 7x24 HVAC capable of dissipating approximately 36,000 BTU/hour or 3 tons, in addition to the
UPS needs. The HVAC systems in the room should be on an emergency generator.
♦
The actual floor should be covered in VCT tile with a minimum of 9’6” clearance from ceiling to finished floor.
♦
A primary 6’-0” double door will be required for access to the hallway closest to the loading dock. Each door shall have a
card-key security system. These doors will have to be accessible and locked during power outages.
♦
All walls should be covered with ¾ inch plywood and painted with flame retardant paint.
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The room will require four (4) four-inch sleeves with collars above the ladder rack for riser cable distribution. Four (4)
four-inch sleeves with collars above the ladder rack will connect to the Server Room.
♦
All walls should go deck-to-deck.
♦
If code requires fire suppression, the water heads should be high temperature heads, and no water head or pipe
should be above the equipment racks.
The Room should be secured with a key lock at minimum, with card key suggested.
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Building Pathways and Access Considerations
Building pathways are defined as clear and un-obstructed conduits or cable trays for routing cabling into and within a facility.
♦
TechKnowledge recommends that each facility have at least two sets of four – 4” conduits routed from the Main
Equipment Room to manholes in the utility easements. Each set of conduits should have at least one 4” conduit clear
for routing large pair counts of copper cable, and the other conduits should have three – 1 ¼” inter-ducts installed in
them for fiber and CATV coaxial cable paths. Each set of conduits should exit the facility at least 100 feet in
separation and preferably on opposite sides of the facility.
These conduits are primarily for routing
telecommunications services into the facility from the Telecommunications providers.
♦
TechKnowledge recommends that additional 4” conduits be stubbed out of each campus facility for future buildings
and wireless connectivity in open areas of the campus such as parking lots.
♦
We also recommend that each technology closet have two clear paths to the Main Equipment Room to route
redundant fiber risers to each technology closet.
♦
Each wall outlet that is accessible by an open ceiling will only require a “ring and string” single gang opening.
♦
All wall outlets that are not accessible by an open ceiling to include all wall phone outlets need to have at least a 1-½”
conduit to accessible ceiling with a double gang back box and a single gang reducer.
♦
All classrooms should have a 1-1/2” conduit from the Podium to the overhead projector.
♦
Floor outlet locations should be capable of supporting four cables. A one-inch conduit from the floor outlet location should be
routed to the closest wall then to the plenum space for overhead routing. The most common in-floor outlets used with highend cable systems are the Walker RC4 Flush Quad poke-thru and the Hubbell PT4XBRS poke-thru.
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Wireless Access Points
♦
All wireless access points (WAP) should be placed in secure wireless enclosures in the ceiling, at least one per every
3,000 square feet.
♦
Two Category 6 cables will be pulled to each WAP location.
♦
Enclosures to be utilized are manufactured by Panduit - part number PZWIFIEW/N.
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Cabling
Horizontal Network Cabling:
♦
Category 6, CommScope/Systimax 2071 and related family of products. Category 6A, CommScope/Systimax 2091,
10 Gig solutions and X10D family of products as an alternative for consideration.
♦
Universal Structured cabling – no distinction between voice, data, or video
♦
Horizontal cables per work outlet:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Administrative – 2
Wall Phone – 1
Typical Desk – 2
Lab Desk – 2
Instructor’s Podium – 2
Wireless Access Points – 2
Projectors - 2
Vertical Riser Cable
♦
Optical Fiber
•
Two (2) – 24 strand multimode 50 Micron fiber optic cables to each IDF from the MDF, routed through separate
pathways
Inter Building Connectivity
•
Two (2) – 48 strand multi-mode, 50 Micron fiber optic cables between each required building on a campus to
the Main Equipment Room, routed through separate pathways
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Product Recommendations
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Infrastructure Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following products should be used to provide for technology support
in the Main Equipment Rooms, Closets and D-Marc room (note that these products may change as the manufacturer updates their
products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
2- Post Racks
Ladder Rack
Cable Management
SYSTIMAX RK3-45A
SYSTIMAX CR-SLR-10L12W
SYSTIMAX HTK-19-SS-1U, 2U, 3U and VCM84-SS8/SSBK
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Cable Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following cable products should be used (note that these products
may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
Category 6 UTP
Category 6 Patch Panels
Faceplates
RJ45 Inserts
SYSTIMAX 2071
SYSTIMAX 48 port Category 6 XL 360
SYSTIMAX M12L and 630B8
SYSTIMAX MGS400 (white for voice, orange for data 1 and
2)
SYSTIMAX GS8E (PROVIDE TWO FOR EACH CABLE
INSTALLED-5Ft and 10Ft) , Blue-Data, Yellow-(Security, IP
Camera’s, Alarm), Red-Voice, Orange-DMark Extension,
Green-Network Connections (Switch to Switch), Purple(Common Equipment Server), White-Analog Connections,
Category 6 Patch Cables
Copper Riser
Fiber Riser
Fiber Shelves
Fiber Patch Cords
Fiber Connectors
Plenum 25 pair Category 5E
SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED 12 Strand 550 50micron (5201 012A
APAQ)
SYSTIMAX 360G2 1U and 1000G2-4U-IP-SD with 1000 –
XLC-DPLX-LS Panels
SYSTIMAX FPCXSCLC32-RF-XXX
SYSTIMAX BTW LC or SC
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WAN Infrastructure Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following cable products should be used for inter-connecting buildings
(note that these products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
Fiber Riser
SYSTIMAX LazrSPEED 12 Strand 550 50micron (5203 012A
XXBK)
SYSTIMAX 360G2 1U and 1000G2-4U-IP-SD with 1000 –
XLC-DPLX-LS Panels
SYSTIMAX FPCXSCLC32-RF-XXX
SYSTIMAX BTW LC or SC
Fiber Shelves
Fiber Patch Cords
Fiber Connectors
Data Systems Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following data networking products should be used (note that these
products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
Backbone Switches
Closet Switches
Cisco 65XX Catalyst Switches
Cisco 3750 – 48 port PoE Switches
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Voice Communications Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following voice communications products should be used (note that
these products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
Call Controller
Unified Messenger
Voice Gateway
Analog Gateway
Phones
Cisco MCS78XX
Cisco UNITY
Cisco 2851
Cisco VG224
Cisco 7942, 7961, 7937G
Wireless Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following wireless products should be used (note that these products
may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
Wireless Access Points
Wireless LAN access point enclosure
Cisco Aironet 1142
Panduit – part # PZWIFIEW/N
Uninterrupted Power Supply Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following UPS products should be used (note that these products
may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
UPS for each IDF/MER Closet
APC Smart UPS 5000VA RM # SUA5000R5TXFMR
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Digital Signage Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following Digital Signage products should be used (note that these
products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Description
Product
DMS System
Cisco WAE612KE Wide Area Applications Engine
Scientific Atlanta D9032 Encoder
Cisco DMSDME1000 Digital Media Encoder
Cisco MP4400GK9 Digital Media Player
Cisco SF660 and ST660 LCD Professional Series Display
Peerless ST640 SmartMount
Peerless SF640 SmartMount
Peerless PLCMUNL SolidPoint Flat Panel Straight Column
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Typical Hallway Digital Signage Placement
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Typical Digital Signage Conduit Requirements
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Class Room Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following Class Room products should be used (note that these
products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection).
Classroom
Description
Telephone (handset only) –
Wall Mounted
Computer
Video Projector with brackets
Projector Screen
Sound reinforcement
VHS/DVD Combo
Document camera
Includes TEK 1, TekSecurity,
TEK 902-HD, TekKeypad-8, LR
Occ Sensor & 10' Plenum
Control Cable
Product
Cisco IP
Dell or HP
Hitachi CP-WX410
Dalite 36461
Bogen ESYS3
Samsung DVDV9800
Lumens DC265 Visual Presenter
TEK CMC-3 10DT
Classroom – Optional Products
Description
Product
Classroom Control System
Classroom Capture System
Student Response System (30
clickers)
Crestron Integrated MPS-100
Accordent Capture Station
Turning Technologies
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Typical Classroom Voice/Data/A-V Layout
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Typical Classroom Screen Format and Conduit Requirements
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Typical Classroom PC Projector Mounting Requirements
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Lecture Hall (suggested at > 40 seats)
Description
DLP Projector, WXGA, 6000lm
Tensioned Advantage Deluxe Electrol 16:10 Wide Format Projection Screen
HDTV Sharp PN-G655U 65" LCD
SmartMount Universal Tilt Mount 61"- 102"
Screens
Eight Input Scaling Presentation Switcher
with PIP
Touch Panel Control System
Audio amplifier/mixer 100 watts with zone
control (2 Zones)
6.5" Ceiling mount speakers w/ back cans
Dual channel combo system with
DVD/CD w/RS232 control
PTZ IP Camera
4 Channel/MPEG4 or JPEG format, Storage
+ Archive
House PC
VGA, Audio, Network, & Power connections
VGA, Audio, Network, & Power connections
Equipment Rack with Surge Control, UPS,
& Fan Unit
Video, Audio, and Control Cables
Product
Panasonic PT-DW6300US
DA-LITE 34614 - 87" x 139"
Sharp PN-G655U 65" LCD
Peerless ST680
Extron MPX 423 A Media Presentation Matrix Switcher
AMX MVP-8400 experience KitNI-2100ics
Sound/Speech Reinforcement System
JBL Control 26CT Speakers
Shure UR124D/SM58 Wireless Microphone System
Denon DVM-2845CI
Sony SNCRX530N/W
Network Video Recorder (NVR)
House PC
A/V User Interface (Podium)
A/V User Interface (Floor Box)
Equipment Rack with Surge Control, UPS, & Fan Unit
Cables & Miscellaneous Materials
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Typical Lecture Hall Voice/Data/A-V Layout
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Typical Lecture Hall Motorized Project Screen Mounting Requirements
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Conference Room Products
Based on the current Lone Star College System standards, the following Conference Room products should be used (note that these
products may change as the manufacturer updates their products. This is a guideline for selection). In both instances there must be
a credenza / cabinet area to accommodate the required components.
Tier 1 Conference Room (< 300 sq. ft.)
Description
Conference Room Desk Telephone
LCD Professional Series 40" LCD Monitor
Digital Media Player
SmartMount Universal Flat Mount 23"- 46"
Digital Media Player Software License
DVD/VCR Combo Player
1-Gang A/V Wall plate
VGA, Audio, Network, & Power
connections
VGA, Audio, HDMI, DMP cables
Product
Cisco IP telephone
Cisco LCD 100 PRO 40N
Cisco DMP 4400G
Peerless SF640
Cisco DMP-SW5.0-K9
Samsung DVD-V9800
1G A/V Wall plate
A/V User Interface (Table-Top)
Cables & Miscellaneous Materials
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Typical Tier 1 (< 300 sq. ft) Conference Room Voice/Data/A-V Layout
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Conference Room Flat Panel Mounting Requirements
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Tier 2 Conference Room (> 300 sq. ft.)
Description
Product
Telephone / Conferencing Speakerphone
Cisco Unified IP Conference Station 7937G
Hitachi CP-WX410 3LCD Projector, Native WXGA, 16:10, 3000lm
Video Projector with brackets
Tensioned Advantage Deluxe Electrol - 16:10
Wide Format Projection Screen
Includes TEK 1, TekSecurity, TEK 902-HD,
TekKeypad-8, LR Occ Sensor & 10' Plenum
Control Cable
Sound/Speech Reinforcement System
DVD/VCR Combo Player
Power Conditioner, 15 Amp
Audio Conferencing System w/ Ext.
Microphones
LSCS Standard PC
VGA, Audio, Network, & Power connections
Sliding Rail System/10RU
Quiet Fan
Video, Audio, and Control Cables
DA-LITE 34594 - 60" x 96"
TEK CMC-3 10DT
Bogen ESYS3
Samsung DVD-V9800
Furman RackRider RR15
Cisco Unified IP Conference Station 7937G
LSCS Standard PC
A/V User Interface (Table-Top)
Middle Atlantic SRS2-10
Middle Atlantic QFP-1
Cables & Miscellaneous Materials
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Typical Tier 2 (> 300 sq. ft) Conference Room Voice/Data/A-V Layout
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Typical Tier 2 Conference Room Projection Screen Requirements
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