COLUMBIA COUNTY COURT HOUSE FALL

COLUMBIA COUNTY COURT HOUSE
FALL 2015
IP CAMERA PROJECT
Columbia County is looking for bids and a proposal for a complete camera head end upgrade, 5 new
cameras installed, and switches to provide a migration path to IP.
The project consists of the following:
1. Provide, Install, and program (1) Pelco DS-SRV2-200 in server room of main courthouse building.
2. Provide, Install, and program (1) Pelco NET-5508-US and (1) NET-5504-US in locations TBD to tie
in existing analog cameras thru-out the main courthouse building.
3. Provide, install, and program (1) D-Link DGS-1210-28P in server room of main courthouse
building.
4. Provide, Install, and program (1) Seneca XVIEW-ENT-TWR-DUAL in Sherriff’s office for viewing of
cameras utilizing 2 monitors.
5. Provide, Install, and program (2) Totevision LED-4204UHDT monitors with WM-3207-AR mounts
in Sherriff’s office. (Final mounting location TBD)
6. Provide, Install, and program (5) IME-319-1EP (5) WMVE-SR to be mounted in these location;
(exact location TBD)
a. Outside Front Plaza
b. West Side Alley (entrance)
c. East Side Alley (south side)
d. East Side Alley (side entrance)
e. North Side of building
7. Provide and Activate (22) Pelco DS-SW-CAM in the DS-SRV2 for recording of all cameras (for a
total of 30 cameras)
8. Provide, Install, and program (1) DGS-1210-28P in 911 center
9. Provide, Install, and program (1) NET-5508-US in 911 center and tie in all existing analog cameras
10. Provide, Install, and program (1) DGS-1210-28P in Annex
11. Provide, Install, and program (1) NET-5516-US in Annex and tie in all existing analog cameras
12. Work with Columbia County IT department and utilize existing “dark” fiber for connections
between 911 Center, Annex, and Courthouse.
13. Provide, Install, and home run CAT5E minimum for all cameras, viewstation, and encoder
connections to the switches for their appropriate building.
14. Final set-up, programming and training to be coordinated with Eric Boughner and Jay Hill.
15. All cameras will be recorded on the DS-SRV2-200 with a continuous frame rate of 1 FPS. The
frame rates of all cameras will be increased depending upon scene and views via motion settings.
The increased frame rate setting will vary individually per camera.
There are no exceptions permitted to the material listed above, and all ancillary items are the
responsibility of the winning contractor/integrator. Winning of this project also locks in the
contractor for the future IP migration path of the entire Columbia County Courthouse project.
All material quotes are to be directed to Graybar Electric Company, Inc. and your account manager will
provide pricing at your request.
If you do not have an account with Graybar Electric Company, Inc. please email Jay Hill and he will assist
you in getting an account set up. Jay.hill@graybar.com
Please forward any questions or to schedule a site walk thru to Eric Boughner. He can be reached at:
eboughner@columbiapa.org
We at Columbia County look forward to your responses and look forward to working with you.
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DIGITAL SENTRY DSSRV2 NETWORK VIDEO RECORDER
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SECURITY SYSTEM
DIVISION – 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
LEVEL 1_28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 2_28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 3_28 23 19 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS AND ANALOG RECORDING DEVICES
1
2
2.1
GENERAL
A.
Equipment and materials used shall be standard components that are manufactured and
available for purchase as standard replacement parts as long as the product is commercially
available from the manufacturer.
B.
All manufactured products shall be thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
C.
All manufactured products shall include, at no additional cost, online support services and
availability of a toll-free (U.S. and Canada), 24-hour technical assistance program (TAP) for
emergencies.
D.
The manufacturer shall repair or replace without charge, manufactured products proven
defective in material or workmanship for the stated warranty period from the date of shipment.
PRODUCTS
IP VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
®
A.
The IP video management system shall consist of Digital Sentry NVs version 7 software
operating on an optimized Pelco-supplied hardware platform. The NVs software shall consist
of base software with individual, non-expiring licenses in the required quantity.
B.
The IP video management system software updates shall be downloadable from a publicly
available website.
C.
The IP video management system shall support up to 128 combined IP and analog video
streams, with up to 64 direct-attached analog cameras. Analog streams shall be supported
using Pelco and/or third-party encoders.
D.
The IP video management system shall provide 350 Mbps for RAID5, 300 Mbps for JBOD
systems throughput for recording of analog and IP video streams, playback and export.
E.
The IP video management system shall have a SSD system drive to increase responsiveness.
F.
The IP video management system shall support recording of JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 IP
streams.
G.
The IP video management system shall support Pelco and third-party H.264 Megapixel video
streams up to 10 Megapixel resolution with quantities based on a total system of 300 Mbps
throughput for recording of analog and IP video streams, playback and export.
H.
The IP video management system shall have a fully open architecture with support for both
IP-specific camera as well as cameras with ONVIF compliance.
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I.
The IP video management system shall support automatic detection of Pelco IP cameras.
Third-party IP cameras shall be automatically detected dependent on IP driver versions and
manufacturers specifications.
J.
The IP video management system shall support up to 64 looping analog camera inputs with
direct-attached 16-channel encoders; up to four direct-attached units. The direct-attached
16-channel encoders shall support H.264 compression, CIF, 2CIF, and D1 resolutions at
maximum 30ips, 16 audio inputs and RS422/485 PTZ control with Pelco P and D protocols
and Coaxitron.
K.
The IP video management system shall support an unlimited number of systems connected
over a network. Each system shall contain two 1GB network ports; one for IP camera/encoder
data, and one to connect to a network for client computer access.
L.
The IP video management system shall be viewed, managed, and played back through a
single user interface simultaneously with other Digital Sentry digital video management
systems through supplied DS Admin or DS ControlPoint Client software.
M.
The IP video management system shall operate on a 4 Generation Intel Xeon processor
and 8 GB of RAM.
N.
The IP video management system shall contain two DVI-D ports.
O.
The IP video management system shall utilize a Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit operating system.
P.
The IP video management system shall support and have an option for an internal DVD+/-RW.
Q.
The IP video management system shall allow expansion of IP video channel capacity through
a licensing without any hardware modification.
R.
The IP video management system shall be capable of continuous scheduled alarm/event and
motion recording. Pre- and post- alarm recording shall also be available and shall be fully
programmable on a per channel basis.
S.
The IP video management system shall allow archival of video data to computers or SAN
storage devices over a network connection with the optional DS Archive Utility. The archival
schedule shall be either automatic at user-defined intervals or manual and shall be
configurable per connected camera.
T.
The IP video management system shall support network health and monitoring utilizing
third-party SNMP monitoring tools.
U.
The IP video management system shall indicate system performance and operation status
utilizing a variety of HTML reports.
V.
The IP video management system shall optionally support on-board video analytics in
quantities of two or four channels with Active Alert software and the DS DataPoint interface.
The DS DataPoint interface shall provide video analytics monitoring including tracking and
counting objects and people.
W.
The IP video management system shall support Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
X.
System Specifications
1. Processor
2. Operating System
th
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Intel Xeon E3-1275 v3
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Y.
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Internal Memory
8 GB DDR3 non-ECC RAM; 16GB DDR ECC
RAM for DSSRV2-RD models
Network Interface
Gigabit Ethernet (1000Base-T) ports (2x)
User Interface
DS Control Point
Internal Storage (JBOD or RAID 5)
a. DSSRV2
500 GB, 4 TB, 8 TB, 12 TB, 16 TB, 20 TB
b. DSSRV2-DVD
500 GB, 4 TB, 8 TB, 12 TB, or 16 TB
c. DSSRV2-RD
12 TB, 16 TB, 20 TB, or 24 TB
Raid Level
Internal RAID 5 (requires DSSRV2-RAID
controller card for hot swappable drives)
External Storage
Pelco’s DX8100HDDI or third-party SCSI
targets (requires optional DSSRV-SCSI)
System Drive
SSD
a. DSSRV2
6, 3.5-inch hard drive bays
b. DSSRV2-DVD
4, 3.5-inch hard drive bays
c. Optical Drive
DVD±RW with DSSRV2-DVD
d. USB Ports
3 USB 2.0 (1 front, 2 rear), 2 USB 3.0 (rear)
Power Input
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, autoranging
Power Supply
Internal
Power Consumption
Operating Max
Watts
Amperes
BTU/H
a. 100 VAC / 50 Hz
222.0
2.22
758.0
b. 110 VAC / 50 Hz
224.0
2.02
759.4
c. 110 VAC / 60 Hz
223.0
2.03
761.4
d. 115 VAC / 50 Hz
217.0
1.89
740.8
e. 115 VAC / 60 Hz
215.5
1.87
735.7
f. 220 VAC / 50 Hz
213.0
0.97
727.2
g. 220 VAC / 60 Hz
204.1
0.93
696.8
h. 240 VAC / 50 Hz
211.9
0.88
723.4
i. 240 VAC / 60 Hz
207.6
0.86
708.8
Front Panel Indicators/Functions
a. Buttons
Power
b. Indicators
1. Unit Status
Green, amber, red
2. Primary Network
Green, amber, red
3. Secondary Network
Green, amber, red
4. Software Status
Green, amber, red (based on diagnostics)
5. Hard Disk Status
Green, red, off (behind bezel)
Video Specifications
1. Video System
a. Maximum Resolution
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Intel HD Graphics P4700 (shared memory)
3840 x 2160 per DisplayPort output (2x)
1920 x 1200 @ 60 hz on DVI-D output
1920 x 1200 @ 60 hz on VGA output
Video Outputs
Supports up to 3 simultaneous displays using
any combination of the four outputs
Video Standards
60 Hz capable for NTSC; 75 Hz capable for PAL
Video Decoding Supported
MPEG-4 ASP; H.264 Baseline, Main, and
High profiles
Decoding Performance
16X real-time MPEG-4 streams at 704 x 480;
12X real-time H.264 Baseline profile streams at
704 x 480;
4X H.264 Baseline profile streams at 720p;
2X real-time H.264 Baseline profile streams
at 1080p
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Audio Specifications
1. Audio Decoding
2. Audio bit-rate
3. Audio Levels
a. Input
b. Output
4.
5.
6.
Audio Connectors
a. Connector Tip
b. Connector Ring
c. Connector Sleeve
Audio Inputs
Audio Outputs
AA. Environmental Specifications
1. Operating Temperature
2. Operating Humidity
3. Maximum Humidity Gradient
4. Operating Altitude
5. Operating Vibration
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G.711 speech codec
64 kbps
Electret microphone
Up to 3 Vp-p, adjustable, minimum load of
8 ohms
2, 3.5 mm stereo jacks
Signal left (input and output)
Signal right (input and output)
Common
Microphone
Speaker or in line
10º to 35ºC (50º to 95ºF)
20% to 80%, noncondensing
10% per hour
–15 to 3,048 m (–50 to 10,000 ft)
0.25 G at 3 Hz to 200 Hz at a rate of 0.5
octave/minute
BB. Supplied Accessories
1. Power Cord
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1 USA standard, 1 based on country designation;
all cables are 3 prong, molded connector,
1.8 m (6 ft)
USB Keyboard and Mouse
1
Bezel Key
2
Rack Mount Kit
Brackets, rails, and hardware for mounting in a
2 RU rack
DSSRV-LIT
Documentation
USB-DS
Imaged with DS NVs and includes resource
documentation
CC. Certifications
1. CE, Class A; meets EN50130-4 standard requirements
2. FCC, Class A
3. UL/cUL Listed
4. C-Tick
5. CCC
6. KCC
DD. Standards/Organizations
1. Pelco is a member of the MPEG-4 Industry Forum
2. Pelco is a member of the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Forum, Steering Committee
3. Pelco is a member of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) Implementers Forum
4. Pelco is a contributor to the Internal Standards for Organization/Electrotechnical
Commission (ISO/IEC) Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1). “Information Technology”,
Subcommittee 29, Working Group 11
5. Compliance, ISO/IEC 14496 standard (also known as MPEG-4)
6. Compliance, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Recommendations G.711,
“Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) of Voice Frequencies”
7. Pelco is a member of the ONVIF Open Industry Fourm
EE. IP Video Management Client Software requirements
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1.
The IP video management system shall provide the capability of running a client
application in additional to the video management system.
2.
A client computer with system compatible software shall be the user interface for viewing
one or more systems. Live and recorded video and current event video shall be displayed
on any client computer using a proper login and password. The client computer shall be
able to connect to an unlimited number of recorders simultaneously to display live and
recorded video.
3.
Client Software shall be unlicensed and available to be installed on as many clients as
required by the user.
4.
Client Software shall be compatible with multiple DVR and NVR platforms to include all
®
Pelco Digital Sentry , Pelco DX8000/8100, DX4500/4600/4700/4800 and
DX4700/4800HD.
5.
Client Software shall be password controlled such that password functionality set at each
connected system will be recognized at the client. Password shall limit the ability to
access live or recorded video as well as the ability to export video.
6.
Client Software shall allow multiple monitor support for up to four displays per client
workstation, providing virtual matrix functionality.
7.
Client Software shall allow the connection of Pelco KBD5000 keyboard controllers to the
client workstation to control PTZ operations and camera call-up.
8.
Client Software shall allow video streams to be selectable from a system tree on an
individual camera, individual system, client defined local groups, or from predefined
recorder based groups.
9.
Client Software shall be a tab based work environment with the ability to undock the tabs
creating a virtual workspace on single or multiple monitor clients.
10. Client tabs shall include system management, live, and search options. Tabs can be
displayed simultaneously on the client.
11. Systems Tab shall display and sort available systems, connection status, system names,
system IP addresses, and custom categories. This tab shall additionally allow:
a. Manual connect and disconnect of systems to the client
b. Virtual systems naming
c. Auto Connecting
d. Adding, deleting, and editing available systems
e. Live video tab shall have the ability to be created up to four times on a single client
workstation providing for video display combinations and simultaneous video streams
from as many different systems with consideration for maximum client bandwidth.
12. Live video tab shall provide the following functionalities:
a. Quick Review which shall display recorded video from the last 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 or 90
minutes, providing near instantaneous review of recent events
b. One week graphical display of recorded video
c. Borderless display option
d. Screen layout selection
e. On the fly on-screen display changes including time, date, camera name, frame rate,
frame size, alarm display, and border indicators
f. Digital zoom
g. User selectable in-video PTZ control or dashboard style control
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h. Drag and drop audio support associating any audio with any video
i. Search video tab shall allow for the search of one or multiple cameras from one or
multiple systems simultaneously. Search tab shall provide the following functionalities:
j. Time and date search
k. Advanced data search with DataPoint interfaced software to Active Alert Intelligent
Video and POS
l. Drag and drop audio support to associate audio with any video
13. Video export to any system accessible media including locally to HDD, CD/DVD, Flash
USB device or to network storage.
14. Video authentication of exported video via check sum verification.
15. Alarm video tab shall allow for alarm pop-up and playback of active alarms. Alarms may
be based on motion activity, an external software trigger from Active Alert analytics or a
preset data alarm from DS DataPoint. An alarm list pane shall be displayed for playback
of queued alarms.
16. The Client shall incorporate virtual matrix functionality whereby camera sequences may
be created on the monitoring workstation with the following functionalities:
17. Each sequence shall have a maximum of 500 cameras.
18. Each camera in the sequence shall have its own individual dwell time, from 1 to 60
seconds.
19. Each entry in a sequence shall have the capacity to trigger PTZ camera presets, patterns,
or auxiliaries.
20. The Client shall have the capability to display recorded video with full VCR controls. This
feature shall display video from multiple cameras simultaneously. The user shall be able
to play video as fast as possible (all images), in real time, or by skipping a selectable
number of seconds.
21. The Client shall support simultaneous playback of up to sixteen cameras all synchronized
with each other. Non-synchronous playback of multiple cameras shall not be acceptable.
22. The Client shall support tours of multi-camera displays.
FF.
Warranty
1. 3 year parts and labor
GG. Pelco Model Numbers NO EXCEPTIONS
1. DSSRV2-005
2. DSSRV2-040
3. DSSRV2-080
4. DSSRV2-120
5. DSSRV2-160
6. DSSRV2-200
7. DSSRV2-120RD
8. DSSRV2-160RD
9. DSSRV2-200RD
10. DSSRV2-240RD
11. DSSRV2-005DV
12. DSSRV2-040DV
13. DSSRV2-080DV
NVR without optical disk drive, 500 GB storage
NVR without optical disk drive, 4 TB storage
NVR without optical disk drive, 8 TB storage
NVR without optical disk drive, 12 TB storage
NVR without optical disk drive, 16 TB storage
NVR without optical disk drive, 20 TB storage
NVR with RAID configuration, 12 TB storage
NVR with RAID configuration, 16 TB storage
NVR with RAID configuration, 20 TB storage
NVR with RAID configuration, 24 TB storage
NVR with optical disk drive, 500 GB storage
NVR with optical disk drive, 4 TB storage
NVR with optical disk drive, 8 TB storage
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14. DSSRV2-120DV
15. DSSRV2-160DV
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NVR with optical disk drive, 12 TB storage
NVR with optical disk drive, 16 TB storage
HH. Optional Accessories
1. DS-SW-CAM
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
DSSRV2 models include eight IP licenses for
Pelco and third party IP cameras; additional
DS-SW-CAM licenses can be purchased
separately
ENC5516
Direct-attached analog encoder
ENC5400-4PORT
4-port host card; connects ENC5416 or
ENC5516 encoders
DSSRV-RAID
LSI 3Ware 9750-8i RAID controller card
®
DSSRV-SCSI
Adaptec SCSI Card 29320LPE
DSHDD-005
500 GB upgrade/replacement drive
DS-EN-HDD-TB
4 TB upgrade/replacement drive
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DIGITAL SENTRY NVs NETWORK VIDEO SOFTWARE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SECURITY SYSTEM
DIVISION – 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
LEVEL 1_28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 2_28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 3_28 23 19 DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDERS AND ANALOG RECORDING DEVICES
3
4
4.1
GENERAL
A.
Equipment and materials used shall be standard components that are manufactured and
available for purchase as standard replacement parts as long as the product is commercially
available from the manufacturer.
B.
All manufactured products shall be thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
C.
All manufactured products shall include, at no additional cost, online support services and
availability of a toll-free (U.S. and Canada), 24-hour technical assistance program (TAP) for
emergencies.
D.
The manufacturer shall repair or replace without charge, manufactured products proven
defective in material or workmanship for the stated warranty period from the date of shipment.
PRODUCTS
IP VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
®
A.
The IP video management system shall consist of Digital Sentry DS NVs version 7.x software.
B.
The IP video management system software updates shall be downloadable from a publicly
available website.
C.
The IP video management system shall support up to 64 video channels per server when
loaded on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware. Analog streams shall be supported
using Pelco and/or third-party encoders.
D.
The IP video management system shall support recording of JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 IP
streams.
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E.
The IP video management system shall support Pelco and third-party H.264 Megapixel video
streams up to 10 Megapixel.
F.
The IP video management system shall have a fully open architecture with support for both
IP-specific camera as well as cameras with ONIVIF 1.02 compliance.
G.
The IP video management system shall support automatic detection of Pelco IP cameras.
Third-party IP cameras shall be automatically detected dependent on IP driver versions and
manufacturers specifications.
H.
The IP video management system shall support an unlimited number of systems connected
over a network.
I.
The IP video management system shall be viewed, managed, and played back through a
single user interface simultaneously with other Digital Sentry digital video management
systems through supplied DS Admin or DS ControlPoint Client software.
J.
The IP video management system shall utilize a Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit operating system.
K.
The IP video management system shall support audio recording from Pelco cameras with
Sarix technology in addition to third-party manufacturer’s audio recording.
L.
The IP video management system shall be capable of continuous scheduled alarm/event and
motion recording. Pre- and post- alarm recording shall also be available and shall be fully
programmable on a per channel basis.
M.
The IP video management system shall allow archival of video data to computers or SAN
storage devices over a network connection with the optional DS Archive Utility. The archival
schedule shall be either automatic at user-defined intervals or manual and shall be
configurable per connected camera.
N.
The IP video management system shall support network health and monitoring utilizing
third-party SNMP monitoring tools.
O.
The IP video management system support for Pelco Sarix analytics at no additional licensing
cost
P.
The IP video management system shall indicate system performance and operation status
utilizing a variety of HTML reports.
Q.
The IP video management system shall optionally support on-board video analytics in
quantities of two or four channels with Active Alert software and the DS DataPoint interface.
The DS DataPoint interface shall provide video analytics monitoring including tracking and
counting objects and people.
R.
The IP video management system shall support Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
S.
IP Video Management Clint Software requirements
®
1.
The IP video management system shall provide the capability of running a client
application in additional to the video management system.
2.
A client computer with system compatible software shall be the user interface for viewing
one or more systems. Live and recorded video and current event video shall be displayed
on any client computer using a proper login and password. The client computer shall be
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able to connect to an unlimited number of recorders simultaneously to display live and
recorded video.
3.
Client Software shall be unlicensed and available to be installed on as many clients as
required by the user.
4.
Client Software shall be compatible with multiple DVR and NVR platforms to include all
®
Pelco Digital Sentry , Pelco DX8000/DX8100, and Pelco DX4100, DX4500/DX4600,
DX4700/DX4800.
5.
Client Software shall be password controlled such that password functionality set at each
connected system will be recognized at the client. Password shall limit the ability to
access live or recorded video as well as the ability to export video.
6.
Client Software shall allow multiple monitor support for up to four displays per client
workstation, providing virtual matrix functionality.
7.
Client Software shall allow the connection of Pelco KBD5000 keyboard controllers to the
client workstation to control PTZ operations and camera call-up.
8.
Client Software shall allow video streams to be selectable from a system tree on an
individual camera, individual system, client defined local groups, or from predefined
recorder based groups.
9.
Client Software shall be a tab based work environment with the ability to undock the tabs
creating a virtual workspace on single or multiple monitor clients.
10. Client tabs shall include system management, live, and search options. Tabs can be
displayed simultaneously on the client.
11. Systems Tab shall display and sort available systems, connection status, system names,
system IP addresses, and custom categories. This tab shall additionally allow:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Manual connect and disconnect of systems to the client
Virtual systems naming
Auto Connecting
Adding, deleting, and editing available systems
Live video tab shall have the ability to be created up to four times on a single client
workstation providing for video display combinations and simultaneous video streams
from as many different systems with consideration for maximum client bandwidth.
12. Live video tab shall provide the following functionalities:
a. Quick Review which shall display recorded video from the last 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 or 90
minutes, providing near instantaneous review of recent events
b. One week graphical display of recorded video
c. Borderless display option
d. Screen layout selection
e. On the fly on-screen display changes including time, date, camera name, frame rate,
frame size, alarm display, and border indicators
f. Digital zoom
g. User selectable in-video PTZ control or dashboard style control
h. Drag and drop audio support associating any audio with any video
i. Search video tab shall allow for the search of one or multiple cameras from one or
multiple systems simultaneously. Search tab shall provide the following functionalities:
j. Time and date search
k. Advanced data search with DataPoint interfaced software to Active Alert Intelligent
Video and POS
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Drag and drop audio support to associate audio with any video
13. Video export to any system accessible media including locally to HDD, CD/DVD, Flash
USB device or to network storage
14. Video authentication of exported video via check sum verification
15. Alarm video tab shall allow for alarm pop-up and playback of active alarms. Alarms may
be based on motion activity, an external software trigger from Active Alert analytics or a
preset data alarm from DS DataPoint. An alarm list pane shall be displayed for playback
of queued alarms.
16. The Client shall incorporate virtual matrix functionality whereby camera sequences may
be created on the monitoring workstation with the following functionalities:
17. Each sequence shall have a maximum of 500 cameras
18. Each camera in the sequence shall have its own individual dwell time, from 1 to 60
seconds
19. Each entry in a sequence shall have the capacity to trigger PTZ camera presets, patterns,
or auxiliaries
20. The Client shall have the capability to display recorded video with full VCR controls. This
feature shall display video from multiple cameras simultaneously. The user shall be able
to play video as fast as possible (all images), in real time, or by skipping a selectable
number of seconds
21. The Client shall support simultaneous playback of up to sixteen cameras all synchronized
with each other. Non-synchronous playback of multiple cameras shall not be acceptable
22. The Client shall support tours of multi-camera displays
23. Remote Client Minimum PC Requirements
a. Processor
2nd Generation Intel® Core i7 processor with
integrated graphics
b. Memory
4 GB or higher
c. Graphics Card
Graphics controller card with 512 MB (or greater)
dedicated video memory
d. Optical Drive
DVD
e. Operating System
Windows XP Professional SP2, Windows Vista
(32 or 64 -bit), Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit)
T.
Warranty
1. 3 year parts and labor
U.
Pelco Model Numbers NO EXCEPTIONS
1. DS-NCS-NC
2. DS-SW-CAM
Video Recording Software Solution
IP camera license for an IP camera and/or each
analog camera connected to an IP encoder
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IME SERIES SARIX FIXED DOME NETWORK CAMERA
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SECURITY SYSTEM
DIVISION – 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
LEVEL 1___28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 2___28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
LEVEL 3__28 23 29 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE REMOTE DEVICES AND SENSORS
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6.1
GENERAL
A.
Equipment and materials used shall be standard components that are manufactured and
available for purchase as standard replacement parts as long as the product is commercially
available from the manufacturer.
B.
All manufactured products shall be thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
C.
All manufactured products shall include, at no additional cost, online support services and
availability of a toll-free (U.S. and Canada), 24-hour technical assistance program (TAP) for
emergencies.
D.
The manufacturer shall repair or replace without charge, manufactured products proven
defective in material or workmanship for the stated warranty period from the date of shipment.
PRODUCTS
ENVIRONMENTAL, VANDAL-RESISTANT, NETWORK DOME CAMERA
A.
The environmental network dome camera shall offer multiple simultaneous video streams with
3 megapixel (MPx) 2048 x 1536 resolution, auto iris and varifocal lens.
B.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide a manual 3-axis (pan/tilt/rotation)
positioning to allow adjustment for optimum camera rotation and placement.
C.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide options for clear and smoked lower
dome.
D.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide SureVision™ 2.0 technology that
seamlessly delivers extended True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), low-light performance, antibloom technology, 3-D noise filtering, and enhanced tone mapping, all operating
simultaneously.
E.
The environmental network dome camera shall feature an unsupervised/supervised alarm
input, relay output and line level/external microphone input connections.
F.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide a removable, local storage medium
(Micro SD) for scheduled and event-based recording of images.
G.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide a service video stream in addition to
and independent of the video streams.
H.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide advanced low-light capabilities for
day/night models with sensitivity down to 0.005 lux in color and 0.0013 lux in monochrome.
I.
The environmental network dome camera shall support industry standard Power over Ethernet
(PoE) IEEE 802.3af, Class 3 to supply power to the camera over the network.
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J.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) up
to 100 dB with dynamic adjustments through the User Interface.
K.
The environmental network dome camera shall have a mechanical IR cut filter mechanism for
increased sensitivity in low-light installations. Set points for the IR cut filter feature shall be
configurable through an embedded Web browser.
L.
The environmental network dome camera shall support H.264 High, Main or Base profiles,
using constrained variable bit rate (CVBR) as the default, variable bit rate (VBR), or constant
bit rate (CBR) with target range.
M.
The environmental network dome camera shall support two simultaneous, configurable video
streams. H.264 and MJPEG compression formats shall be available for primary and
secondary streams with selectable Unicast and Multicast protocols.
N.
The environmental network dome camera shall support configurable frame rates, bit rates and
group of pictures (GOP) structures for additional bandwidth administration.
O.
The environmental network dome camera shall be conformant to the ONVIF Profile S and
Profile G, and support open architecture best practices with a published API available to thirdparty network video recording and management systems.
P.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide 802.1x port security to establish pointto-point access through a wired or wireless port using Extensible Authentication Protocol
(EAP). Supported EAP methods shall include EAP-MD5, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, EAP-PEAP
and EAP-FAST.
Q.
The environmental network dome camera shall support SNMP v2c and v3.
R.
The environmental network dome camera shall support IPv6 configurations in conjunction with
IPv4.
S.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide Auto or Manual exposure settings for
adjusting the amount of light detected by the camera sensor.
T.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide user-selectable configurations for
day/night auto mode. Transitional levels shall be used to set the desired light level for
transitioning to night mode. Transition detect time shall control the length of time that the
camera is exposed to a light level before changing to color or monochrome mode.
U.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide flicker correction.
V.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide motorized zoom capabilities with a
Web browser interface for remote configuration and administration.
W.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide autofocus capabilities with a Web
browser interface for remote configuration and administration. User-selectable options for fullrange auto-focus and quick auto-focus shall be available.
X.
The environmental network dome camera shall provide autofocus options based upon a
manual trigger, day/night transition upon every 10-degree C temperature change, and once
every 24 hours to ensure focus.
Y.
The environmental network dome camera shall support 16 window blanks to conceal userdefined privacy areas that cannot be viewed by an operator.
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The environmental network dome camera shall provide I-Frame interval configuration to
increase or decrease the number of I-Frames per second.
AA. The environmental network dome camera shall provide User and Group settings to assign
permissions and access levels to the camera. The camera shall provide local management
where the camera manages the access levels or remote mode where the camera
authenticates the user through a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server.
BB. The indoor network camera system shall provide integrated video analytics with the ability to
provide hardware and software alarms based on the analytic behaviors.
1.
Pelco Analytic Suites shall be configured and enabled using a standard Web browser.
2.
Pelco Analytic Suites shall allow remote operation and alarm notification when used with
an Endura system or a third-party system that supports Pelco’s Analytics API.
3.
Pelco Analytics include:
a. Abandoned Object: Detects objects placed within a defined zone and triggers an
alarm if the object remains in the zone longer than the user-defined time allows. An
airport terminal is a typical installation for this behavior. This behavior can also detect
objects left behind at an ATM, signaling possible card skimming.
b. Adaptive Motion: Detects and tracks objects that enter a scene and then triggers an
alarm when the objects enter a user-defined zone. This behavior is primarily used in
outdoor environments with light traffic to reduce the number of false alarms caused
by environmental changes.
c. Camera Sabotage: Detects contrast changes in the field of view. An alarm is
triggered if the lens is obstructed with spray paint, a cloth, or a lens cap. Any
unauthorized repositioning of the camera also triggers an alarm.
d. Directional Motion: Generates an alarm in a high traffic area when a person or object
moves in a specified direction. Typical installations for this behavior include an airport
gate or tunnel where cameras can detect objects moving in the opposite direction of
the normal flow of traffic or an individual entering through an exit door.
e. Loitering Detection: Identifies when people or vehicles remain in a defined zone
longer than the user-defined time allows. This behavior is effective in real-time
notification of suspicious behavior around ATMs, stairwells, and school grounds.
f. Object Counting: Counts the number of objects that enter a defined zone or cross a
tripwire. This behavior might be used to count the number of people at a store
entrance/exit or inside a store where the traffic is light. This behavior is based on
tracking and does not count people in a crowded setting.
g. Object Removal: Triggers an alarm if an object is removed from a defined zone. This
behavior is ideal for customers who want to detect the removal of high value objects,
such as a painting from a wall or a statue from a pedestal.
h. Stopped Vehicle: Detects vehicles stopped near a sensitive area longer than the
user-defined time allows. This behavior is ideal for airport curbside drop-offs, parking
enforcement, suspicious parking, traffic lane breakdowns, and vehicles waiting at
gates.
CC. The environmental network dome camera shall be vandal and tamper resistant with an impact
resistance exceeding rating of K10++ (50 Joules) per IEC 62262.
DD. The environmental network dome camera shall be plenum-rated per 2008 NEC article
300.22(C)(2).
EE. The environmental network dome camera shall be NEMA-4X, IP66 rated.
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The environmental network dome camera shall provide a 3/4-inch NPT conduit attachment on
the side and top of the back box for in-ceiling and surface mounted applications.
GG. The environmental network dome camera shall attach to a standard 4-inch square box or
standard 2-gang electrical box for surface mounted applications.
HH. The environmental network dome camera shall provide a 1.5-inch NPT conduit attachment for
pendant mounted applications.
II.
The environmental network dome camera shall be capable of firmware upgrades through a
network using a software-based device utility.
JJ.
The environmental network dome camera shall meet or exceed the following design and
performance specifications.
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1.
Camera Specifications
a. Imaging Device
b. Imager Type
c. Imager Readout
d. Maximum Resolution
1. 4:3 Aspect Ratio
1/3-inch
CMOS
Progressive scan
2. 16:9 Aspect Ratio
e.
f.
g.
h.
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j.
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Auto Iris Lens Type
Electronic Shutter Range
True Wide Dynamic Range
White Balance Range
Sensitivity 3~9 mm
1. Color (33 ms)
2. Color (500 ms)
3. Mono (33 ms)
4. Mono (500 ms)
k. Sensitivity 9~22 mm
1. Color (33 ms)
2. Color (500 ms)
3. Mono (33 ms)
4. Mono (500 ms)
l. Day/Night Capabilities
m. Mechanical IR Cut Filter
n. Available Languages
2.
Lens Specifications
a. Lens Type
b. Focal Length
c. Focus
3.0 MPx (2048 x 1536)
1.9 MPx (1600 x 1200)
1.2 MPx (1280 x 960)
0.5 MPx (800 x 608)
0.3 MPx (640 x 480)
0.08 MPx (320 x 240)
1080p MPx (1920 x 1080)
720p MPx (1280 x 720)
0.5 MPx (800 x 448)
0.2 MPx (640 x 352)
0.06 MPx (320 x 176)
>60 dB
DC drive
0.5 ~ 1/48,000 sec
Up to 100 dB
2,000° to 10,000°K
f/1.2; 2,850°K; SNR >20 dB
0.1 lux
0.005 lux
0.05 lux
0.0013 lux
f/1.6; 2,850°K; SNR >20dB
0.4 lux
0.009 lux
0.09 lux
0.002 lux
Yes
Yes, (ON/OFF/AUTO selectable), with different
set points on lux
Chinese, English, French, German, Italian,
Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish
Built-in; varifocal
f/1.2, 3 ~ 9 mm, or f/1.6, 9 ~ 22 mm
Autofocus, motorized
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d. Zoom
e. Auto Iris Type
3.
Remote
DC drive P-iris lens
Video Specifications
a. Video Streams
Multiple simultaneous streams with up to 2
different configurations plus service stream; the
second stream is variable based on the setup of
the primary stream
Two configurable streams as follows:
3 MPx (2048 x 1536)
1.9 MPx (1600 x 1200)
1.2 MPx (1280 x 960)
0.5 MPx (800 x 608)
0.3 MPx (640 x 480)
0.08 MPx (320 x 240)
1080p MPx (1920 x 1080)
720p MPx (1280 x 720)
0.5 MPx (800 x 448)
0.2 MPx (640 x 352)
0.06 MPx (320 x 176)
Up to 30, 25, 15, 12.5, 10, 5, 1 (depending on
the coding, resolution, and stream configuration)
H.264 High, Main, or Base profiles and MJPEG
Constrained variable bit rate (CVBR), constant
bit rate (CBR), and variable bit rate (VBR) with
target range
JPEG stream; the aspect ratio will be consistent
with the independent streams
TCP/IP, UDP/IP (Unicast, Multicast IGMP),
UPnP, DNS, DHCP, RTP, RTSP, NTP, IPv4,
IPv6, SNMP v2c/v3, QoS, HTTP, HTTPS, LDAP
(client), SSH, SSL, SMTP, FTP, ARP, ICMP,
and 802.1x (EAP)
b. Available Resolutions
1. 4:3 Aspect Ratio
2. 16:9 Aspect Ratio
c.
Frame Rate
d. Video Encoding
e. Bit Rate Control
f.
Service Stream
g. Supported Protocols
h. Users
1. Unicast
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j.
k.
2. Multicast
Security Access
Software Interface
Pelco System Integration
l. Open API
m. Mobile Application
n. Minimum PC Requirements
1. Processor
2. Operating System
3. Memory
4. Network Interface
5. Monitor
6. Web Browser
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Up to 20 simultaneous users depending on the
resolution settings
Unlimited H.264
Password protected
Web browser view and setup
Digital Sentry 7.3 (or later); Endura 2.0 (or later);
DX4700/DX4800
Pelco API or ONVIF Profile S and Profile G
Integrated with Pelco Mobile Application
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Intel Core i3 processor, 2.4 GHz
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Microsoft Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit), or
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Windows Vista ; or Mac OS X 10.4 (or later)
4 GB RAM
100 Megabits (or greater)
Minimum of 1024 x 768 resolution, 16- or 32-bit
pixel color resolution
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Internet Explorer 7.0 (or later) or Mozilla
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Firefox 3.5 (or later); Internet Explorer 8.0 (or
later) is recommended for configuring analytics
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7. Media Player
4.
Electrical Specifications
a. Network Port
b. Accessory Port
c. Cable Type
d. Input Power
e. Power Consumption
f. Current Consumption
g. Local Storage
h. Alarm
1. Unsupervised
2. Supervised
i.
j.
3. Input
Relay Output
Audio
1. Streaming
2. Input/Output
3. Compression
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Pelco Media Player or QuickTime 7.6.5 for
Windows 7, XP, or Vista; or QuickTime 7.6.4
or Mac OS X 10.4 (or later)
RJ-45 for 100Base-TX, Auto MDI/MDI-X
Micro B USB connector for Pelco accessories
Cat5 cable or better for 100Base-TX
PoE (IEEE802.3af, Class 3)
8.5 W nominal
350 mA maximum
Micro SD, SDHC
Unsupervised/supervised modes
Detects open or closed alarm state
Detects open and short alarm state with external
1 kohm resistor
3.5 VDC maximum, 3.5 mA maximum
±32 VDC maximum, 150 mA maximum
Bidirectional; full or half duplex
Line level/external microphone input; 600-ohm
differential, 1 Vp-p max signal level
G.711 PCM 8 bit, 8 kHz mono at 64 kbit/s
5.
Analytic Specifications
a. Required Systems for Pelco Analytics
1. Pelco Interface
WS5200 Advanced System Management
Software on an Endura 2.0 (or later) system
2. Open API
The Pelco API can transmit behavior alarm data
to third-party applications, available at
pdn.pelco.com
6.
Mechanical Specifications
a. Dome Attenuation
1. Clear
2. Smoked
b. Pan/Tilt Adjustment
1. Pan
2. Tilt
3. Rotation
7.
8.
Environmental Specifications
a. Operating Temperature
b. Cold Start
c. Operating Humidity
d. Impact Resistance
e. Shock and Vibration
Zero light loss
f/1.0 light loss
Manual
355°
180°
360°
–40º to 50ºC (–40º to 122ºF)
–20ºC (–4ºF)
10 to 95%, RH condensing
K10++ 50 Joules per IEC 62262
EN50155 Category 1, Class B; IEC 60068:2-6
and 2-27
Certifications
a. CE, Class A
b. FCC, Class A
c. ICES-003, Class A
d. UL/cUL Listed
e. KCC
f. C-Tick
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g.
h.
i.
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k.
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Meets NEMA Type 4X
IP66 standards
IP56 standards
Compliant with applicable immunity sections of EN50155, EN 50121-3-2, and
EN 50121-4
ONVIF Profile S and Profile G Conformant
KK. Warranty
1. 36 months, parts and labor
LL.
Pelco Model Numbers
1. IME319-1EP Series
2.
WMVE-SR
Environmental, Vandal-resistant, 3 MPx
resolution network dome camera IME319-1EP
Wall Mount
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