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SECTION 281300- ACCESS CONTROL AND ALARM MANAGEMENT (ACAMS)
1. GENERAL
1.01
1.02
1.03
SUMMARY
A.
Section Includes: The Work specified in this Section consists of furnishing, installing, programming
testing and placing in service a building access control system.
B.
Related Sections:
1. The requirements of Section 260500, Common Results for Electrical Work including related
sections apply to the Work of this Section.
2. Refer to Section 087113 - Automatic Door Operators, Section 087400 – Access Control
Hardware, Section 080671 – Door Hardware Schedule and Section 087100 – Door Hardware.
REFERENCES
A.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
1. NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code (NEC).
B.
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL):
1. UL 294 - Access Control Systems.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Procedure: Comply with submittal requirements indicated below and as stipulated in Section 013300,
Submittal Procedures.
B.
Provide evidence of testing agency verification, listing and labeling either by printed mark on the data
sheet or by a separate listing card.
C.
Product Data: Submit manufactures product literature, technical specifications, application instructions
and similar data for each product specified below. Clearly indicate the proposed usage of each product.
1. All products and components being furnished under this Section.
D.
Shop Drawings: Submit shop drawings as a complete system.
1. Physical drawings indicating outline and mounting details of all equipment and devices required in
the system.
2. Wiring and/or schematic diagrams of all equipment and devices, indicating terminal blocks with
sequential arrangement, cable grouping with color coding and typical interconnection information.
3. Point-to-point wiring diagrams.
4. Coordinated drawings to indicate complete and concise installation information and to ensure an
electrically and physically complete system.
E.
Operation and Maintenance Manuals: Submit operating and maintenance manual consisting of the
following:
1. Instructions for system start-up.
2. System operating instructions.
3. Maintenance instructions indicating internal wiring, with component values, and replacement
nomenclature.
4. A list of recommended spare parts.
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1.04
1.05
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Refer to Section 260500 Common Results for Electrical Work
B.
Installer Qualifications: The Installer shall be company (companies) specializing in installing
products/systems of similar nature, has successfully installed at least 5 projects of a similar nature and
similar (or higher) construction contract price range in the past 5 years. The Installer shall have at least
one manufacturer-trained technician certified for hardware and/or software installation and
programming, and maintain adequate supply of replacement parts for system components provided.
C.
Only requirements for key components are described below in Part 2. Nevertheless provide all
appurtenances to complete the installation. Not all specified components are applicable to all
enclosures; refer to the Contract Plans for the requirements for each enclosure.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
1.06
Refer to Section 260500 Common Results for Electrical Work
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
A.
A proximity card reader with keypad, HID ProxPro Reader or approved equal, compatible with existing
NRL badge shall be installed at the main entrance doors, exterior doors and other doors as shown on
drawings. Personnel shall be granted access if they have been authorized.
B.
The hardware/software shall be capable of being programmable/reprogrammable on a PC. The
programmable/reprogrammable system shall be capable of allowing individual access/restrictions at
entry point. The hardware shall be programmable/reprogrammable as to restrict the time of entry of an
individual.
C.
The system shall be capable to operate on a private network server or as a stand-alone application
should the network be down for an extensive amount of time. A dedicated LAN line shall be provided
to ensure maximum system uptime, maximum performance, and maximum database security.
D.
The badging/card reader security system shall properly integrate with fire protection/alarm systems
(automatic release, hold open, etc.).
E.
The system shall annunciate a duress alarm when a law enforcement officer depresses a pressuresensitive panic button installed as per the Drawings. The alarm system shall be configured by the
Security Contractor to activate the audio/visual duress alarms at locations indicated on the Contract
Drawings
F.
At the start of the installation phase of this project the OWNER will have a WAN version (either the
800 or 9000 series) of the Software House C-CURE ACAMS in operation. If the ACAMS in use at the
time is the C-CURE 9000, a Software House factory authorized, trained, and certified CONTRACTOR
will offer as an alternative (with separate LINE ITEM pricing) the following event-driven programming
work. Note: The OWNER will provide workstation licenses as needed.
1. Integrate the existing Genetec IP video system with the C-CURE 9000 via software API and
event-drive the camera views of all cameras that are installed and capable of acquiring and
displaying their field of view of any alarm point, e.g., door contact sensor, panic device, and
intrusion sensor. The CONTRACTOR will program the associated camera view(s) to display on
the Genetec and C-CURE 9000 workstations in the building during these alarm events.
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G.
Portal Control Concept:
1. Vehicle sally port and door interlocking requirements.
a. Supply and install sufficient door Interlock Controllers to automatically interlock from 2 to 4
electrically controlled security doors while minimizing interlock system wiring. (See
Products 2.11 INTERLOCK CONTROLLER)
1) Integrate with the ACAMS and personnel doors and overhead doors, exit buttons, etc.
2) The Interlock Controllers will allow only 1 door to be electrically unlocked at any time.
Any open door will prevent other doors from being unlocked.
3) Supply and install an Alarm Relay Contact Output that will be in alarm when any 2
doors are open at the same time or on 12vdc power failure.
4) Provide a Busy Relay Contact Output for operating busy lamps at the Mantrap Area
whenever a door is open or an exit request is active.
2. PRODUCTS
2.01
ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS
A.
2.02
Software House iSTAR Series Controllers.
1. Must be backwards and forwards compatible with C-CURE 800/8000 and C-CURE 9000, all
versions.
CONTROLLER
A.
Controller shall function as the interface between the network server and peripheral point devices: e.g.
readers, strikes, door status contacts, request-to-exit devices, remote I/O boards, etc.
B.
Controller shall support card reader. Reader input shall be opto-isolated and buffered. It shall not be
possible to cause a controlled door to open by tampering with the reading device or its wires.
C.
Controller shall include eight door status and eight request-to-exit input points. All inputs shall be optoisolated and buffered. Each input point shall have a pair of LEDs to indicate status. Each input point
shall supervise four states of condition (secure, active, cut, and short). Input points shall be able to
control any relay, system wide for cause and effect operation.
D.
Controller shall include eight output relays, SPDT, rated 1 Amp @ 35 VDC. Control of the relays shall
be software assignable by reading device, cardholder, time zone and/or input point. It shall be possible
to link any relay to any other relay in the controller or Remote I/O Boards and select the action that the
linked relay will take when the first relay is energized. Each relay shall have an LED to indicate when
the relay is energized.
E.
Controller shall include an on-board buffer to store controller events in the event of a communications
failure. During this condition, the controller shall operate in a stand-alone mode. When
communications are restored, controller shall upload stored events to the network server.
F.
The controller shall support four Remote I/O Boards. The communications line shall be supervised and
shall alert the operator of any changes.
G.
Controller shall be mounted in sheet metal cabinet with integral power supply. Controller cabinets shall
include:
1. Key lockable louvered door.
2. Door tamper switch with service override.
3. Integral power supply.
4. Rechargeable battery and harness.
5. Power supply fault output (wired to a spare auxiliary input on controller).
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2.03
2.04
2.05
REMOTE I/O BOARD
A.
Remote I/O Board shall include 16 input points. All inputs shall be opto-isolated and buffered. Each
input point shall have a pair of LEDs to indicate status. Each input point shall supervise four states of
condition (secure, active, cut, and short). Input points shall be able to control any relay, system wide
for cause and effect operation.
B.
Remote I/O Board shall include 16 output relays, SPDT, rated 1 Amp @ 35 VDC. Control of the relays
shall be software assignable by reading device, cardholder, time zone and/or input point. It shall be
possible to link any relay to any other relay in the controller or remote I/O boards and select the action
that the linked relay will take when the first relay is energized. Each relay shall have an LED to
indicate when the relay is energized.
C.
The board shall have a communication port for connection to the Controller. The communications line
to the Controller shall be supervised.
D.
The cabinet shall include:
1. Hinged door with cylinder lock.
2. Integral power supply.
3. Rechargeable battery and harness.
NETWORK INTERFACE
A.
Provide a Network Interface that will allow the user to poll and communicate with the Controller over a
data network using Ethernet data link protocol.
B.
The Network Interface shall connect to the Controller via a RS-232 or RS-485 protocol communication
port and connect to the LAN/WAN via a data jack.
SOFTWARE
A.
2.06
CARD READER
A.
2.07
Request to exit devices shall be as specified in Division 8.
DOOR CONTACTS
A.
2.09
Provide proximity card reader with key pad, HID ProxPro Reader or approved equal, compatible with
existing NRL badges. Software House Multi-Technology card readers or approved equal.
REQUEST TO EXIT DEVICE (REX)
A.
2.08
Provide manufacturers software for programming the system.
Provide door contacts, GE Interlox 1078 Series.
WIRE AND CABLE
A.
Wire and cable shall be as required by access control system manufacturer. All wire shall be UL listed
and plenum rated.
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2.10
ACCESS POWER CONTROLLER:
A.
2.11
Provide card access system power controller, Altronix AL600ULACMCB or approved equal with
power supply, charger and multi-output.
INTERLOCK CONTROLLER
A.
Specifications (Basis of Design – Base Electronics M2 Interlock Controller)
1.
Electrical
a. Main Power Input: 11-14 VDC, fused at 0.5A
b. Maximum Current Consumption: 150mA at 12 VDC
c. Output Relay Form-C Contact Rating: 2A
d. Connections: Depluggable Captive Screw Terminals for #14 to #22AWG Wire
e. Power input protected against overvoltage, overcurrent and reverse polarity
2.
3.
4.
5.
Indoor Temperature Range: -25 C. to +70 C.
Size: 3.50 (88.9) wide by 4.5 (114.3) [ inches (mm) ]
Mounting: (4) 1/4 inch high nylon standoffs included
Controls and Indicators
a. 9 Yellow LED Indicators for displaying Door Switch (4) and Entry Request (4) Input Status,
Busy Output (1) Status
b. 6 Green LED Indicators for displaying Lock Control (4), Power (1) and Alarm Output (1)
Status
c. 4 DIP Switches for individually enabling/disabling interlock control for each door up to 4
doors total
d. 1 DIP Switch for globally selecting NO or NC Door Switch Inputs
e. 1 DIP Switch for globally selecting NO or NC Entry Request Inputs
Special Features
Depluggable Terminals
Requires no special interlock wiring at door devices.
6.
7.
8.
2.12
ELECTRONIC HORN/STROBE (DURESS ALARM)
A.
Specifications (Basis of Design -- Edwards 869STR and 869DSTR-G1 AdaptaBeacon .
1. Bright – 90cd
2. Low current,
3. High decibel
4. Surface mount
5. Combination electronic horn/strobes for indoor.
6. Mounts in a standard 4" (102mm) square backbox
7. Extension ring (total minimum depth of 3" (76mm))
8. Strobe and horn may be operated independently
9. The 869DSTR-G1 is a diode supervised 24V DC unit.
10. Amber lens required
3. EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Install products in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions including all field wiring from doors to
controllers including door hardware components provided by Division 8, card readers and door
contacts.
B.
Coordinate with the installation of door hardware as provided in Division 8.
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C.
3.02
All wiring shall be run in conduit.
PROGRAMMING
A.
Provide site-specific programming of all programmable equipment and devices in the system. All
program options shall be as directed by NJTA.
3.03 DEMONSTRATION
Demonstrate operation of system to NJTA. Include instruction on making programming changes via the network
server.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 2823 00-VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
PART 1-GENERAL
1.01
SUMMARY
A.
B.
1.02
Section includes cameras that are: IP video fixed; pan/tilt/zoom; and detention grade, hardened IR
illuminated; plus control equipment and accessories.
Related Sections:
1.
Section 260500 – Common Work Results for Electrical.
REFERENCES
A.
Federal Communications Commission:
1.
47CFR15 – Radio Frequency Devices.
2.
47CFR68 – Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network.
B.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers:
1.
ANSI/IEEE C62.41 – Guide for Surge Voltages in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits.
C.
National Fire Protection Association:
1.
NFPA-70 – National Electrical Code.
D.
Telecommunications Industry Association/Electronic Industries Alliance:
1.
ANSI/EIA 310-D – Cabinets, Racks, Panels and Associated Equipment.
2.
TIA/EIA 568 – Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard.
3.
TIA/EIA 569 – Commercial Building Standard for Telecommunication Pathways and
Spaces.
4.
TIA/EIA 607 – Commercial Building Grounding and Bonding Requirements for
Telecommunications.
1.03
SUBMITTALS
A.
Procedure: Comply with submittal requirements indicated below and as stipulated in Section
013300, Submittals.
B.
Provide evidence of testing agency verification, listing and labeling by printed mark on the data
sheet or separate listing card.
C.
Product Data: Submit catalog data showing electrical characteristics and connection requirements
for each component.
D.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Physical drawings indicating outline dimensions and mounting details of all equipment
and devices required in the system.
2.
Complete wiring diagrams and schematics of all equipment and devices showing system
configuration and interconnection including equipment tag numbers, cable numbers and
color coding.
3.
Point to point wiring diagrams.
4.
Equipment rack layouts.
5.
Bill of materials.
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1.04
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.05.
Refer to Section 260500, Common Results for Electrical Work
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
1.06
Refer to Section 260500, Common Results for Electrical Work
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
Description: IP video surveillance camera system providing networked real-time and archival
digital video surveillance and monitoring of state police barracks facilities activities at points as
indicated on Drawings.
B.
Capacity and System Architecture: the OWNER has in place Genetec WAN based IP video
surveillance network with unlimited licensing for workstations. Furthermore, the OWNER is
trained and will supply, install and program the video surveillance workstations at this location.
The CONTRACTOR, as an authorized dealer of Genetec, shall supply the necessary per camera
licenses as are listed in Part 2-Porducts.
1.07
QUALIFICATIONS
A.
Manufacturer: Company specializing in manufacturing products specified in this section with
minimum ten years documented experience, and with service facilities within 100 miles of
project.
B.
Supplier: Authorized distributor of specified manufacturer.
C.
Installer: Authorized installer of specified manufacturer with minimum ten years documented
experience.
1.08
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS
A.
Prior to the installation of any equipment, material or wiring, the Contractor shall meet with the
Owner to review the planned installation.
B.
Convene minimum one week prior to commencing work of this section.
1.08
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
1.09
Conform to manufacturer’s standard service conditions during and after installation of
components.
FIELD MEASUREMENTS
A.
1.10
Verify field measurements prior to fabrication.
MAINTENANCE SERVICE
A.
Furnish service and maintenance of video surveillance system equipment for one year from Date
of Substantial Completion.
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PART 2
2.01
PRODUCTS
SYSTEM PLATFORM – Per IP Camera Security Video Management System Licenses
A.
B.
C.
2.02
Manufacturers:
1.
Genetec Omnicast
2.
Substitutions: NA
Description: The OWNER has in place a Genetec WAN based IP video surveillance network
with unlimited licensing for workstations. Furthermore, the OWNER is trained and will supply,
install and program the video surveillance workstation(s) at this location.
Per IP Camera Security Video Management System Licenses – Part Numbers
1.
Genetec per camera license part # OM-E-1C
2.
Genetec per camera “Fail Over Connection” license part # OM-E-1C
3.
Note: Supply each of the above (a total of two licenses per camera) for every camera to
be installed on the project.
CAMERAS
A.
FIXED DOME IP CAMERAS: BOSCH NDN-498 FLEXIDOME 2X DAY/NIGHT IP DOME
CAMERAS and BOSCH FLEXIDOME starlight HD 720p60 VR CAMERA
1.
NDN-498V09-21P - IP FLEXIDOME, 2X DAY/NIGHT, 1/3-INCH, 9-22MM, H.264,
NTSC, POE, RECESSED MT, SD CARD SLOT
2.
NDN-498V09-21PS - IP FLEXIDOME, 2X DAY/NIGHT, 1/3-INCH, 9-22MM, H.264,
NTSC, POE, SURFACE MT, SD CARD SLOT
3.
NIN-733-V03P - FLEXIDOME HD 720p60 starlight VR 3-9MM SR-LENS, SDXC
CARD SLOT, RECESSED MT, SD CARD SLOT (Replaces: NDN-498V03-21P)
4.
NIN-733-V03PS - FLEXIDOME HD 720p60 starlight VR 3-9MM SR-LENS, SDXC
CARD SLOT, SMB, SURFACE MT, (Replaces: NDN-498V03-21PS)
B.
PAN/TILT/ZOOM IP CAMERAS: BOSCH VG5 AUTODOME 700 SERIES- VG5-724ECE2 - CLEAR ACRYLIC BUBBLE (Replaces: VG5-7036-E2PC4)
C.
HOLDING CELL CAMERAS: NEI 369F02 21W IP Corner Mount Camera - IP vandal
proof corner cam, 1/3 in. extended day/night, 540/540 TVL, 940 nm IR, NTSC
INFRARED IMAGER
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D.
ACCEPTABLE CAMERA MANUFACTURER:
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, New York, 1450, USA
Phone: + 1 800 289 0096
Fax: + 1 585 223 9180
security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us]
1.
2.03
Substitutions:
a.
All proposed substitutions must be approved by the Architect or Engineer
professional.
b.
Proposed substitutions must provide line-by-line compliance documentation.
BOSCH “NDN” FIXED DOME CAMERAS
A.
General Characteristics:
1.
The IP dome camera shall be a high-impact, vandal-resistant, CCD camera with 20-bit
digital signal processing (DSP).
2.
The IP dome camera shall utilize 1/3-inch day/night CCD image sensor capable of
producing up 540 TVL of resolution.
3.
The IP dome camera shall provide direct network connection using H.264 and JPEG
compression and bandwidth throttling to efficiently manage bandwidth and storage
requirements while delivering outstanding image quality.
4.
The IP dome camera shall offer Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af Class 3) for indoor
applications.
5.
The IP dome camera shall conform to the ONVIF standard.
6.
The user shall be able to view video on a PC using a Web browser, with the Bosch Video
Management System, with VIDOS, or on an analog monitor with a Bosch video decoder.
7.
The IP dome camera shall provide MOTION+ video motion detection analysis system
that provides basic video content analysis.
8.
The IP dome camera shall provide protection against water and dust up to IP 66 (NEMA
4X) standards.
9.
The IP dome camera shall provide a cast-aluminum housing, polycarbonate dome and
hardened inner liner able to withstand the equivalent of 55 kg
(120 lbs) of force.
10.
The IP dome camera shall provide six distinct preprogrammed operational modes stored
in the camera.
11.
The IP dome camera shall provide four independent, fully programmable privacy mask
areas.
12.
The IP dome camera shall provide an on-screen display to simplify the camera/lens back
focus and network configuration settings.
13.
The IP dome camera shall provide a lens wizard during lens back focus setup to allow
focusing at maximum lens opening to ensure that the object of interest within the field of
view always remains in focus.
14.
The IP dome camera shall provide a feature (SensUP) that enhances camera sensitivity by
increasing the integration time on the CCD (lowering shutter time from 1/50 s to 1/5 s –
PAL; 1/60 s to 1/6 s - NTSC). This is accomplished by integrating the signal from a
number of consecutive video fields to reduce signal noise.
15.
The IP dome camera shall provide a frame integration mode (Bosch SensUp feature) that
can produce a color image with a minimum scene illumination of 0.248 lux (0.023 fc)
and a monochrome image, when in the night mode, with a minimum illumination of 0.1
lux (0.0093 fc).
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16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
The IP dome camera shall provide enhanced night viewing through the increase of IR
sensitivity by automatically switching a motorized IR filter from color to monochrome
operation in low-light or IR illuminated applications. Allow the IR filter to be switched
manually via the alarm input, preprogrammed in a camera mode or profile.
The IP dome camera shall utilize 2X-Dynamic technology to extend the dynamic range
of the camera to provide a sharper, more detailed image for increased accuracy in color
reproduction in harsh lighting conditions.
The IP dome camera shall utilize pixel-by-pixel analysis to automatically compensate for
bright areas of a high contrast scene (Back light) without having to define a window or
area.
Backlight compensation shall work in conjunction with dynamic range.
The IP dome camera shall utilize AutoBlack technology to adjust the black level of the
image so as to maximize the contrast.
B.
Installation Requirements
1.
Shall contain a full-featured camera and integral varifocal lens.
2.
Shall be capable of being mounted to a surface, wall, corner, and suspended ceiling.
3.
Shall be capable of being mounted to a 4S (USA) electrical box using the VDA-455SMB
Surface Mount Box.
4.
Shall provide power, video, and control via an Ethernet connection.
5.
Shall provide power connections on flying leads.
6.
Shall provide a built-in test pattern generator.
7.
Shall provide a multi-language on-screen display.
C.
IP Connectivity
1.
The IP dome camera shall allow full camera control and configuration capabilities over
the network.
2.
The IP dome camera shall offer Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af Class 3) for indoor
applications.
IP dome camera shall be capable of capturing and storing images using H.264 and
3.
JPEG encoding and compression at 4CIF/D1 and CIF resolutions.
4.
The IP dome camera shall deliver DVD-quality 4CIF video, at rates up to 30 images per
second, via TCP/IP over Cat5/Cat6 UTP cable. Leverages bandwidth throttling and
multicasting capabilities to manage bandwidth and storage requirements efficiently while
delivering the best possible image quality and resolution.
5.
The IP dome camera shall generate two independent H.264 streams and a JPEG stream
simultaneously. Allow streaming high-quality images for live viewing while recording at
a reduced frame rate and, at the same time, stream JPEG images to a remote PDA device.
6.
The IP dome camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow a network-enabled AutoDome
to stream video directly to an iSCSI RAID array.
7.
The IP dome camera shall conform to the ONVIF standard.
8.
The IP dome camera shall offer Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) eliminates
dedicated PCs and associated software maintenance.
D.
Embedded Video Content Analysis
1.
The IP dome camera shall be VCA ready; it shall need only a single software license to
enable all VCA features in the camera.
2.
The VCA software license shall not requires multiple licenses to enable multiple VCA
features in the IP dome camera; it shall enable all VCA features with a single license.
3.
The VCA software license shall allows user to choose between processing intensive
applications, such as Flow control and face detection features or less processing intensive
application, such as idle object.
4.
The VCA software license shall enable the following VCA applications:
a.
Idle object
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b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Remove object
Multiple line crossing
Object in field
Loitering
Condition change
Following route
Tampering
Object in field
Entering field
Leaving field]
E.
Alarm Handling Features:
1.
The IP dome camera shall provide an alarm input that may be triggered by either a
normally opened or normally closed contact.
2.
The IP dome camera shall provide the capability on alarm to display up to a 31 character,
programmable alarm message.
3.
The IP dome camera shall provide a relay output that may be selected for normally
opened or normally closed operation. The relay can be activated from an external alarm
input to the camera, manual activation from the browser, upon video motion detection, or
video loss.
F.
Electrical:
1.
Rated Voltage:
a.
NDN-498Vxx-1xP:
1)
12 VDC ± 10%, 50 Hz
2)
24 VAC ± 10%, 50 Hz
3)
PoE]
b.
NDN-498Vxx-2xP
1)
12 VDC ± 10%, 60 Hz
2)
24 VAC ± 10%, 60 Hz
3)
PoE]
c.
Current Consumption:
1)
12 VDC: 500 mA
2)
12 VDC with IVA: 650 mA
3)
24 VAC: 500 mA
4)
24 VAC with IVA: 650 mA
5)
PoE: 200 mA
G.
Sensor
1.
Type: 1/3-inch CCD, WDR, dual shutter
2.
Active Pixels:
1)
[NTSC: 768 x 494
H.
IP Video
1.
Standards: H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496‑ 10), M‑ JPEG, JPEG
2.
H.264 Profile: Main Profile and Baseline Profile
3.
Streaming: Multiple, individually configurable streams in H.264 and JPEG, configurable
frame rate and bandwidth
4.
GOP Structure: I, IP, IPBB
5.
Data Rate: 9.6 kbps to 6 Mbps
6.
Frame rate:
a.
H.264: 1 to 50/60 (PAL/NTSC)
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7.
b.
M-JPEG: 1 to 25/30 (PAL/NTSC)
Resolution:
a.
4CIF: 704 x 576/480 (25/30 ips)
b.
CIF: 352 x 288/240 (25/30 ips)
I.
Video Out
1.
am 1al: Analog composite (NTSC or PAL) for service
2.
Connector: 2.5 mm jack, 75 Ohm
3.
Horizontal resolution: 540 TVL
4.
Video S/N: 50 dB
J.
Sensitivity
1.
NDN-498V03 (F1.2)
a.
Full Video (100 IRE)
1)
Color: 2.48 lx (0.23 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.248 lx (0.023 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 1.01 lx (0.093 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.1 lx (0.0093 fc)
b.
Usable Picture (50 IRE):
1)
Color: 0.621 lx (0.058 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.062 lx (0.0058 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 0.23 lx (0.021 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.023 lx (0.0021 fc)
c.
Usable Picture (30 IRE):
1)
Color: 0.28 lx (0.027 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.028 lx (0.0027 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 0.099 lx (0.0092 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.0099 lx (0.00092 fc)
2.
NDN-498V09 (F1.4)
a.
Full Video (100 IRE)
1)
Color: 2.7 lx (0.26 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.27 lx (0.026 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 1.1 lx (0.090 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.11 lx (0.01 fc)
b.
Usable Picture (50 IRE):
1)
Color: 0.69 lx (0.064 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.069 lx (0.0064 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 0.27 lx (0.026 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.027 lx (0.0026 fc)
c.
Usable Picture (30 IRE):
1)
Color: 0.321 lx (0.03 fc)
2)
Color + SensUP 10 x: 0.032 lx (0.003 fc)
3)
Monochrome: 0.11 lx (0.01 fc)
4)
Monochrome + SensUP 10x: 0.011 lx (0.001 fc)
K.
Video
1.
2.
3.
4.
Horizontal Resolution: 540 TVL
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >50 dB
Video Output: Composite video 1 Vpp, 75 Ohm
Synchronization:
a.
Internal
b.
Line Lock
c.
HV-lock
d.
Genlock (Burst Lock)
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Shutter:
a.
Auto (1/50 [1/60] to 1/10000) selectable
b.
Auto (1/50 [1/60] to 1/150000) automatic flickerless, fixed selectable
Sensitivity Up: Adjustable from Off to 10x
Day/Night: Color, Mono, Auto
Auto Black: Automatic continuous, Off
Dynamic Engine:
a.
2X-dynamic
b.
XF-dynamic
c.
SmartBLC+2X dynamic
Dynamic Range: 120 dB (20-bit image processing)
Image processing : 20-bit processing
Dynamic Noise Reduction: Auto, On/Off selectable
Sharpness: Level selectable
SmartBLC: On (includes 2X-dynamic) / Off
AGC: On or Off (0 – 30 dB) selectable
Peak White Invert: On/Off
White Balance:
a.
ATW
b.
ATW hold and manual (2500 to 10000K)
Cable Compensation: Up to 1000 m (3000 ft) coax without external amplifiers
Camera ID: 17-character editable string, position selectable
Test Pattern Generator:
a.
Color bars 100%
b.
Grayscale 11-step
c.
Sawtooth 2H
d.
Checker board
e.
Cross hatch
f.
UV plane
Modes: 6 preset programmable modes
Privacy Masking: 4 independent areas, fully programmable
Controls: OSD with softkey operation
L.
Alarms
1.
Alarm Output: Relay
2.
Alarm Input (TTL): Profile switching, +3.3 V nominal, +40 VDC max.
3.
Alarm Output Relay: 30 VAC or +40 VDC, max. 0.5 A continuous, 10 VA
4.
External Synchronization Input: 75 Ohm or high impedance selectable
M.
Audio
1.
Standard G.711: 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz at 8 kHz sampling rate
2.
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 50 dB
N.
Input/Output
1.
Audio: 1 x mono line in, 1 x mono line out
a.
Signal Line In: 9 kohm typical, 5.5 Vpp max.
b.
Signal Line Out:
1)
3.0 Vpp at 10 ohm typical
2)
2.3 Vpp at 32 ohm typical
3)
1.7 Vpp at 16 ohm typical
2.
Alarm
a.
Activation Resistance: 10 ohm max.
3.
Relay: 1 output
a.
Signal: 30 Vpp (SELV), 0.2 A
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4.
Data: RS-232/422/485
O.
Software Control
1.
Unit Configuration: Via Web browser or Configuration Manager
2.
Motion Detection: On/Off
3.
Flicker Control: 50/60 Hz, selectable
4.
Software Update: Flash ROM, remote programmable
P.
Network
1.
Protocols: RTP, Telnet, UDP, TCP, IP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP,
IGMP V2/V3, ICMP, ARP, SMTP, SNTP, SNMP, 802.1x
2.
Encryption: TLS 1.0, SSL, AES (optional)
3.
Ethernet: 10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex, RJ45
4.
Power over Ethernet: IEEE 802.3af compliant
Q.
Optical
1.
Varifocal Lens: IR-corrected, manual zoom, and focus adjustment
2.
Iris Control: Automatic Iris control
3.
Viewing Angle (H x V):
4.
2.8 to 10 mm:
a.
Wide 100.8° x 73.7°
b.
Tele: 28.5° x 21.4°
5.
9 to 22 mm
a.
Wide 31.2° x 22.8°
b.
Tele: 12.8° x 9.6°
R.
Mechanical:
1.
Weight: 740 g (1.63 lb)
2.
Mounting: Flush mount or surface mount
3.
Color:
a.
Trim ring: White (RAL91010)
b.
Inner Liner: Black
4.
Adjustment range:
a.
Pan: 360°
b.
Tilt: 90°
c.
Azimuth: ±90°
5.
Construction:
a.
Dome bubble: Polycarbonate, clear with UV blocking anti-scratch coating
b.
Trim ring: Aluminum
S.
Environmental:
1.
Operating Temperature Range, with heater off: -30° to 50°C (-22° to 122°F)
2.
Operating Temperature Range, with heater on: -50° to 50°C (-58° to 122°F)
3.
Storage Temperature Range: -55° to 70°C (-67° to 158°F)
4.
Operating Humidity: 5% to 93% relative humidity
5.
Storage Humidity: Up to 98% relative humidity
6.
Impact Protection:
a.
IEC 60068-2-75 test Eh, 50 J
b.
EN 50102, exceeding lK 10
7.
Water/Dust Protection;
a.
IP 66
b.
NEMA 4X
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8.
2.04
Vibration:
a.
IEC60068-2-6
BOSCH FIXED DOME “NIN” FLEXIDOME Starlight HD 720p60 VR CAMERA
A.
General Characteristics:
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of operating in an indoor or an outdoor
environment.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize a 1/3-inch CMOS HD image sensor.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer a 3-9 mm or a 10-23 mm automatic varifocal, super
resolution lenses with an advanced iris design.
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall have high light sensitivity
a. [Lens 3-9 mm:
1) Color: 0.017 lx (0.0017 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.0057 lx (0.00057 fc)]
b. [Lens 10-23 mm:
1) Color: 0.03 lx (0.003 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.01 lx (0.001 fc)]
5. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer Content-based Imaging Technology (C-BIT).
6. The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction (iDNR)
technology to reduce the bitrate and storage requirements by removing noise artifacts.
7. The vandal resistant HD camera shall produce a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels
(HD 720p) at 60 ips with a 16:9 image format.
8. The vandal resistant HD camera shall produce a D1 resolution of 704 x 480 pixels at 30 ips with
a 4:3 image format.
9. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide direct network connection using H.264 and JPEG
compression and bandwidth throttling to efficiently manage bandwidth and storage requirements
while delivering outstanding image quality.
10. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide a CVBS (PAL/NTSC), 1 Vpp, BNC, 75 Ohm
analog output that allows hybrid video output.
11. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of operating as an indoor/outdoor camera
within a temperature range of -30°C to 50°C
(-22°F to 122°F).
12. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be rated to IP 66 (NEMA Type 4X) standard against water
and dust ingress.
13. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be rated to IK10 impact protection (the equivalent of 55 kg
(120 lbs)).
14. The vandal resistant HD camera shall work with Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af (802.3at
Type 1).
15. The vandal resistant HD camera shall support AutoMDIX.
16. The vandal resistant HD camera shall conform to the ONVIF Profile S specification.
17. A user shall be able to view video on a PC using a Web browser, with the Bosch Video
Management System, Bosch Video Client, Bosch Recording System, or with the Bosch Video
Security iPad App.
18. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide six configurable user modes that provide
optimized settings for distinct applications.
19. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA).
20. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide four independent, fully programmable privacy
mask areas.
21. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide an on-screen display to simplify the camera/lens
back focus and network configuration settings.
22. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide enhanced night viewing through the increase of IR
sensitivity by automatically switching a motorized IR filter from color to monochrome operation
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in low-light or IR illuminated applications. Allow the IR filter to be switched manually via the
alarm input, preprogrammed in a camera mode or profile.
23. The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize pixel-by-pixel analysis to automatically compensate
for bright areas of a high contrast scene (Back light) without having to define a window or area.
24. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide intelligent Auto Exposure (iAE) to improve
visibility of dark objects against a light background and vice versa. Use IVA to detect in which
parts of the image local contrast enhancement can improve image usability.
B.
Imaging
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize a 1/3-inch CMOS HD image sensor.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall produce a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (HD 720p) at 60
ips with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall produce a resolution of 704x 480 pixels (D1) at 30 ips
with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
4. [The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize a 3 to 9 mm automatic varifocal super resolution
lens.]
5. [The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize a 10 to 23 mm automatic varifocal super resolution
lens.]
6. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction to reduce
bandwidth and storage requirements by optimizing the detail-to-bandwidth ratio via temporal
and spatial noise filtering.
7. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer two regions of interest to zoom into a specific area of
the full image.
8. The vandal resistant HD camera shall allow regions of interest to be sent in separate streams so it
is possible to view both an overview and a detail at the same time.
9. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer a dynamic range of 84 dB (typical).
10. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide a frame integration mode that can increase the
integration time up to 10 times on the CMOS sensor.
11. The vandal resistant HD camera shall produce images with a minimum scene illumination of (at
30 IRE):
a. [Lens 3-9 mm:
1) Color: 0.017 lx (0.0017 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.0057 lx (0.00057 fc)]
b. [Lens 10-23 mm:
1) Color: 0.03 lx (0.003 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.01 lx (0.001 fc)]
12. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide enhanced night viewing through the increase of IR
sensitivity by automatically switching a motorized IR filter from color to monochrome operation
in low-light or IR illuminated applications. Allow the IR filter to be switched manually via the
alarm input, preprogrammed in a camera mode or profile.
13. The vandal resistant HD camera shall utilize pixel-by-pixel analysis to automatically compensate
for bright areas of a high contrast scene (Back light) without having to define a window or area.
C.
HD Characteristics
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall generate HD 720p60 resolution using H.264 compression.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall generate multiple simultaneous video streams in H.264
and M-JPEG with configurable frame rates and bandwidth.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer the following audio standards:
a. AAC
b. G.711, 8 kHz sampling rate
c. L16, 16 kHz sampling rate
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D.
Video Streaming
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall deliver multiple H.264 video streams and an M-JPEG
stream.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer an upright streaming mode that delivers an image of
400 x 720 (9:16 aspect ratio) that is cropped from the full sensor image.
E. Installation Requirements
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of operating within a temperature range of 30°C to +50°C (-22°F to 122°F).
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer a cold start temperature of
-20°C (-4°F).
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall have power and alarm cable connectors which can be
removed when the camera is mounted.
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide power, video, and control via an Ethernet
connection and a PoE switch.
5. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of simultaneous connection to PoE and to 12
VDC / 24 VAC power supplies.
6. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide an automatic zoom/focus lens wizard to zoom and
focus the camera.
7. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide a multi-language on-screen display.
F. Storage Management
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow video stream to be
recorded directly to an iSCSI RAID array.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall support iSCSI storage targets to enable the camera to
function as a conventional DVR.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall have a microSD card slot that uses standard; off-the-shelf
microSD (SDHC and SDXC) cards for local storage (up to 2 TB).
4. The local storage feature shall be capable of storage for Automatic Network Replenishment
(ANR).
G.
Alarm Handling Features:
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide an alarm input that may be triggered by either a
normally opened or normally closed contact.
2. The day/night HD camera shall provide the capability on alarm to display up to a 31 character,
programmable alarm message.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide a relay output that may be selected for normally
opened or normally closed operation. The relay can be activated from an external alarm input to
the camera, manual activation from the browser, upon video motion detection, an alarm task
script or video loss.
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall provide email alarm messaging with optional JPEG
posting.
H.
IP Connectivity
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall allow full camera control and configuration capabilities
over the network.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall accept Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3at Type 1).
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall deliver 720p HD video, at rates up to 60 images per
second.
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall conform to the ONVIF Profile S standard.
5. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer Embedded Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA).
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I.
Embedded Video Content Analysis
1. The day/night HD camera shall be VCA enabled.
2. The day/night HD camera shall offer MOTION+ video motion analysis that uses an algorithm
based on pixel change.
3. The day/night HD camera MOTION+ feature shall include object size filtering and tamperdetection capabilities.
J.
Intelligent Video Analysis
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of processing and analyzing video within the
camera itself, with no extra hardware required.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of detecting and sending alarms for abnormal
events.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall allow users to set up to 10 separate profiles and switch
profiles based on a day/night or holiday schedules
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer a tracking feature that can follow objects within a
defined region of interest.
K.
Surveillance Software
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be accessible from a web browser, with the Bosch Video
Management System, with the Bosch Recording System, with the Bosch Video Client, or with
the Bosch Video Security iPad App.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be accessible from the Bosch Security System iPad App.
The App shall allow complete camera control and shall display images over low bandwidth
connections.
L.
Construction
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be enclosed in a cast-aluminum housing with an aluminum
trim ring.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall come with a clear polycarbonate dome bubble (with UV
blocking anti-scratch coating) and a hardened inner liner.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be able to withstand the equivalent of 55 kg (120 lbs) for
force (> IK10).
4. The vandal resistant HD camera shall be protected against dust and water to the IP 66 (NEMA
4X) standard.
5. The vandal resistant camera shall be capable of being mounted to a surface, wall, corner, or
suspended ceiling (specific mounting options may require optional accessories).
M.
Access Security
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer three levels of password protection.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall support 802.1x authentication using a RADIUS (Remote
Authentication Dial In User Service) server.
3. The vandal resistant HD camera shall store a SSL certificate for use with HTTPS.
4. [The vandal resistant HD camera shall be capable of being independently AES encrypted with
128-bit keys.]
N.
Image Posting
1. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer periodic JPEG image posting to an FTP server or to a
Dropbox account.
2. The vandal resistant HD camera shall offer best face detection and JPEG best face image posting
to FTP server or to a Dropbox account.
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O.
Specifications
1. Electrical:
a. Power Supply:
1) 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz
2) 12 VDC
3) PoE 48 VDC nominal
b. Current Consumption:
1) 12 VDC:
a) With IVA: 600 mA
b) Without IVA: 500 mA
2) 24 VAC:
a) With IVA: 500 mA
b) Without IVA: 450 mA
3) PoE (48 VDC):
a) With IVA: 175 mA
b) Without IVA: 150 mA
c. Power Consumption:
1) With IVA: 7.2 W
2) Without IVA: 6 W
P. Sensor
1. Type: 1/3-inch CMOS HD
2. Active Pixels: 1280 x 720
Q.
Video Streams
1. Video Compression: H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496-10), M-JPEG, JPEG
2. Streaming: Multiple individually configurable streams in H.264 and M-JPEG, configurable
frame rate and bandwidth.
3. Overall IP Delay: Min. 120 ms, Max. 240 ms
4. GOP Structure: IP, IBP, IBBP
5. Encoding Interval: 1 to 60 (50) ips
6. Resolution (H x V):
a. 720p HD: 1280 x 720
b. D1 4:3 (cropped): 704 x 480
c. SD upright (cropped): 400 x 720
d. 480p SD
1) Encoding: 704 x 480
2) Displayed: 854 x 480
e. 432p SD: 768 x 432
f.
288p SD: 512 x 288
g. 240p SD:
1) Encoding: 352 x 240
2) Displayed: 432 x 240
h. 144p SD: 256 x 144
7. Sensitivity ( 3200K, Scene Reflectivity 89%, 30 IRE)
a. Lens 3-9 mm (F1.2):
1) Color: 0.017 lx (0.0017 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.0057 lx (0.00057 fc)
b. Lens 10-23 mm (F1.2):
1) Color: 0.03 lx (0.003 fc)
2) Monochrome: 0.01 lx (0.0001 fc)
8. Day/Night: Color, Monochrome, Auto
9. White Balance:
a. ATW (2500 to 10000K)
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
R.
b. ATW hold and manual
c. Indoor and Outdoor ATW
Shutter:
a. Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES)
b. Fixed (1/30 [1/25] to 1/1500000) selectable
c. Default shutter
Backlight Compensation:
a. IVA: On, Off, Intelligent AE (iAE)
b. Non-IVA: Off/Auto/BLC
Noise Reduction: Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction (iDNR) with separate temporal and
spatial adjustments
Contrast Enhancement: On/Off
Sharpness: Sharpness enhanced level selectable
Dynamic Range: 84 dB
Privacy Masking: Four (4) independent areas, fully programmable
Video Motion Analysis: Motion+ or Intelligent Video Analysis
Audio
1. Standard:
a. AAC
b. G.711, 8 kHz sampling rate
c. L16, 16 kHz sampling rate
2. Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >50 dB
3. Audio Streaming: Full duplex / Half duplex
S. Input/Output
1. Analog Video Out: CVBS (PAL/NTSC), 1 Vpp, BNC, 75 Ohm
2. Analog Video Out (service only): CVBS (PAL/NTSC), 1 Vpp, 2.5 mm jack, 75 Ohm (nonprotected)
3. Audio: 1 x mono line in, 1 x mono line out
a. Signal Line In: 12 kOhm typical, 1 Vrms max.
b. Signal Line Out: 1 Vrms at 1.5 kOhm, typical
4. Alarms: 2 inputs
a. Activation Voltage: +5 VDC to +40 VDC (+3.3 VDC with DC-coupled
22 kOhm pull-up resistor)
5. Relay: 1 output
a. Voltage: 30 VAC or +40 VDC Max 0.5 A continuous , 10 VA
T. Local Storage
1. Memory Card Slot: Supports SDHC and SDXC microSD cards
2. Recording: Continuous recording, ring recording, alarm/events/schedule recording
U.
Software Control
1. Unit Configuration: Via Web browser or Configuration Manager
2. Software Update: Flash ROM, remote programmable
V.
Network
1. Protocols: IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, IGMP V2/V3, ICMP, RTSP, FTP,
Telnet, ARP, DHCP, SNTP, SNMP (V1, MIB-II), 802.1x, SMTP, iSCSI, UPnP (SSDP)
2. Encryption: TLS 1.0, SSL, AES (optional)
3. Ethernet: STP, 10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex, RJ45
4. PoE Supply: IEEE 802.3at Type-1 compliant
5. Connectivity:
a. ONVIF Profile S
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b.
Auto-MDIX
W. Optical
1. Lens: Automatic Varifocal SR (Super Resolution)
a. [3 to 9 mm]
b. [10 to 23 mm]
2. Adjustment: Motorized zoom/focus
3. Iris Control: Automatic iris control
4. Viewing Angle (H x V):
a. [3 to 9 mm
1) Wide: 96° x 52°
2) Tele: 32° x 18°]
b. [10 to 23 mm
1) Wide: 28° x 15°
2) Tele: 12.4° x 6.9°]
X.
Mechanical:
1. Dimensions (D x H): 158 x 124 mm (6.22 x 4.89 in.)
2. Weight:
a. Camera: 0.85 kg (1.87 lb)
b. Camera with SMB: 1.28 kg (2.82 lb)
3. Mounting: Flush mount or surface mount
4. Color: White (RAL 9010) trim ring with black inner liner
5. Adjustment Range: 360° pan, 90° tilt, ±90° twist
6. Dome Bubble: Polycarbonate, clear with UV blocking anti-scratch coating
7. Trim Ring: Aluminum
Y.
Environmental:
1. Operating Temperature: -30°C to +50°C (-22°F to 122°F)
2. Cold Start Temperature: -20°C (-4°F)
3. Storage Temperature: -50°C to +70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
4. Operating Humidity: 5% to 93% relative humidity
5. Storage Humidity: up to 98% relative humidity
6. Water/Dust Protection: IP66 and NEMA Type 4X
7. Impact Protection: IK10
8. Environment Test Method: EN 50130-5:2011Alarm systems Part 5 (Class IV Outdoor in
general)
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Z. ACCESSORIES
1. Mounts
a. VDA-WMT-DOME Wall pendant mount bracket for FlexiDome cameras
b. VDA-CMT-DOME Corner mount bracket for FlexiDome cameras
c. VDA-PMT-DOME Pendant pipe mount bracket for FlexiDome cameras
d. LTC 9213/01 Pole Mount Adapter
e. VDA-PLEN-DOME In-ceiling back can installation kit
f.
VDA-455SMB-IP Surface Mount Box for FlexiDome VR
2. Power Supplies
a. UPA-2410-60, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 24 VAC, 10 VA Out
b. UPA-2420-50, 220 VAC, 50 Hz, 24 VAC, 20 VA Out
c. UPA-2430-60, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 24 VAC, 30 VA Out
d. UPA-2450-50, 220 VAC, 50 Hz, 24 VAC, 50 VA Out
e. UPA-2450-60, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 24 VAC, 50 VA Out
3. Components
a. VDA-455TBL Tinted Bubble
b. VDA-455CBL Clear Bubble
c. S1460 Service/Monitor Cable
4. Video over IP Accessories
a. VJT-XTC XF Video Transcoder
5. Software Options
a. MVC-FENC-AES BVIP AES 128 bit Encryption License
2.05
BOSCH AUTODOME 7000 IP SERIES CAMERA
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer:
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
130 Perinton Parkway
Fairport, New York, 1450, USA
Phone: + 1 800 289 0096
Fax: + 1 585 223 9180
security.sales@us.bosch.com
www.boschsecurity.us]
1.
Substitutions:
a. All proposed substitutions must be approved by the Architect or Engineer professional.
b. Proposed substitutions must provide a line-by-line compliance documentation.
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B.
General Characteristics:
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer a 28x or 36x 1/4-in. Exview HAD CCD camera with
12x digital zoom.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer progressive scan technology that allows for the capture
of clear images from a moving camera.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer a Wide Dynamic Range of 92 dB for clear images in
extreme high-contrast environments.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall feature a Sodium Vapor White Balance mode for taking
images under a street lamp or tunnel lamp.
5. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide direct network connection using H.264 and M-JPEG
compression and bandwidth throttling to efficiently manage bandwidth and storage requirements
while delivering outstanding image quality.
6. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the following dual, redundant power options:
a. [Outdoor Pendant Models using the Heater:
1) 24 VAC
2) High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
b. [Indoor Pendant Models (not using the heater) and In-ceiling Models:
1) 24 VAC
2) PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4) or High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
c. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall default to use power from the 24 VAC power supply, if
connected.
d. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall switch to the High PoE or PoE+ power supply if power
from the 24 VAC power supply is lost with no interruption to camera operation.
7. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer 256 user-defined pre-position settings with 20-character
titles.
8. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer five configurable, pre-programmed user modes.
9. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer bi-directional audio.
10. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer Intelligent Tracking that controls the pan, tilt, and zoom
movements of the camera to continuously follow an object or individual.
11. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer an optional fiber optic media converter kit.
12. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be able to be mounted to a wall, mounted to a surface,
mounted to a pipe, or recessed into an indoor ceiling.
13. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer:
14. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall:
a. [for Pendant Housings
1) Offer IP66 environmental protection]
2) Conform to the NEMA 4X standard for the following:
a) Access to Hazardous parts
b) Ingress of solid foreign objects (falling dirt, circulating dust, settling dust)
c) Ingress of water (dripping and light splashing, hosedown and splashing)
d) Corrosive agents
3) Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification with use of a polycarbonate
bubble.
4) Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification, except impact test, with use of an
acrylic bubble.]
b. [for In-ceiling Housings:
1) IP54 environmental protection.
2) Plenum rating.
3) IK8 rating when using an optional polycarbonate bubble.]
15. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the following languages:
a. Dutch
b. English
c. French
d. German
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e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
Italian
Japanese
Polish
Portuguese
Spanish
C.
Imaging – 36x Camera
1. The 36x day/night camera shall consist of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD CCD
camera using a 1/4-inch imager.
2. The 36x day/night camera shall offer the following effective picture elements:
a. PAL: Approx. 440,000; 752(H) x 582(V)
b. NTSC: Approx. 380,000; 768 (H) x 494 (V)
3. The 36x day/night camera shall offer a 36x (3.4 – 122.4 mm, F1.6 to F4.5) auto-iris, auto-focus
optical zoom lens with manual override.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer a Wide Dynamic Range of 92 dB for clear images in
extreme high-contrast environments.
5. The 36x day/night camera shall offer sensitivity down to 0.04 lux in day mode, and 0.0052 lux
in night mode at 30 IRE.
6. The 36x day/night camera shall switch automatically from daylight color operation to a higher
sensitivity nighttime monochrome mode when light levels fall below an adjustable threshold
level. Day/night operation may also be manually switched on or off from the system
switcher/controller keyboard.
7. The 36x day/night camera shall possess a full 12x digital zoom that is functional once the
maximum 36x optical zoom limit has been reached. The 12x digital zoom lens is on/off
selectable from the system controller keyboard.
8. The 36x day/night camera shall have a Freeze Frame feature that holds a preposition shot while
moving to another preposition.
9. The 36x day/night camera shall offer a Sodium Vapor White Balance mode that automatically
compensate for light from a sodium vapor lamp to restore objects to their true color.
D.
Image Processing
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide image stabilization using a dedicated digital signal
processor (DSP) to minimize camera shake on both the horizontal and vertical axes while
maintaining a clear image as the zoom range increases. The image stabilization algorithms do
not reduce camera sensitivity.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide an AutoPivot feature to automatically rotate and flip
the camera as it tilts through the vertical position to maintain the correct orientation of the
image.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide an AutoScaling feature that reduces the pan/tilt
speed as the camera zooms in on an object, so that the relative speed on the screen remains
constant.
E.
System Features
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow an optional fiber optic media converter module
designed to accept a wide-range of 10/100 Mbps SFP modules for use with Multimode or
Singlemode optical fiber with LC or SC connectors.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera PTZ camera shall be compatible with the Bosch Video Client and
the Bosch Video Management System.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide one (1) audio mono line in and one (1) audio mono
line out.
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F. PTZ Features
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide the following modes for variable pan/tilt speeds:
a. Turbo Mode (manual control):
1) Pan: 0.1°/s to 400°/s
2) Tilt: 0.1°/s to 300°/s
b. Normal Mode:
1) Pan: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
2) Tilt: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide a preposition speed of:
a. Pan: 0.1°/s to 400°/s
b. Tilt: 0.1°/s to 300°/s
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide a pan range of 360° continuous.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide a tilt angle of
a. [18° above the horizon for pendant housings.]
b. [1° above the horizon for in-ceiling housings.]
5. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide pan and tilt preset repeatability accurate to within
±0.1 degrees.
6. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide a feature that automatically rotates, or pivots, the
camera to simplify tracking of a person walking directly under the camera.
7. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall divide the cameras 360º rotation into 16 independent sectors
with 20-character titles per sector. Any or all of the 16 sectors can be blanked from the operator's
view.
8. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer the ability to define 24 masks with up to 8 masks per
scene that prohibit areas of the field of view from being seen even if the camera is panned, tilted,
or zoomed.
9. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall store up to 256 preset scenes with each preset programmable
for 20 character titles.
10. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the following tour modes:
a. One (1) preset tour capable of 256 sequential pre-positions and a configurable dwell time
between positions.
b. Two (2) separate tours of an operator's keyboard movements consisting of pan, tilt and
zoom activities. The recorded tours can be continuously played back.
c. One (1) 360° AutoPan mode.
d. One (1) AutoPan mode between limits.
11. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall execute one of the following programmable options when an
operator stops manual control of the camera, and a programmed period of time is allowed to
expire: return to a stored preset number, return to the automated tour previously executed, and
do nothing.
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G.
Pre-programmed Modes
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer five (5) pre-programmed but configurable user modes.
2. The pre-programmed modes shall be optimized with the best settings for the following
environments:
a. Outdoor
b. Indoor
c. Low Light
d. Motion
e. Vibrant
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow users to customize these modes for the specific
requirements of the camera site.
H.
Recording and Storage Management
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow video stream to be recorded
directly to an iSCSI RAID array.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support iSCSI storage targets.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall have an SD card slot that uses a standard; off-the-shelf SD
(Secure Digital), SDHC (Standard Digital High Capacity) or a SDXC (Secure Digital eXtended
Capacity) card for local storage (up to 2 TB).
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be compatible with the Bosch Video Recording Manager
(VRM) to control and manage video recording.
I.
IP Connectivity
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow full camera control and configuration capabilities via a
TCP/IP network.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the following dual, redundant power options:
a. [Outdoor Pendant Models using the Heater:
1) 24 VAC
2) High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
b. [Indoor Pendant Models (not using the heater) and In-ceiling Models:
1) 24 VAC
2) PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4) or High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
c. The day/night IP camera shall default to use power from the 24 VAC power supply, if
connected.
d. The day/night IP camera shall switch to the High PoE or PoE+ power supply if power from
the 24 VAC power supply is lost with no interruption to camera operation.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be capable of capturing and storing images using H.264
compression at 4CIF 30 resolutions.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall deliver 4CIF video, at rates up to 30 images per second via
TCP/IP over Cat5/Cat6 UTP cable.
5. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support iSCSI devices to allow the network-enabled camera
to stream video directly to an iSCSI RAID array.
6. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall conform to the ONVIF standard.
7. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer Quality of Service (QoS) configuration options.
8. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the IPv6 internet-layer protocol for packet switched
internetworking across multiple IP networks.
9. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer embedded Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) that
eliminates dedicated PCs and associated software maintenance.
J.
Intelligent Video Analysis
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be capable of processing and analyzing video within the
camera itself, with no extra hardware required.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be capable of detecting and sending alarms for abnormal
events.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
K.
L.
The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be configurable to analyze up to 10 different scenes for one
or more of the following events: Line Crossing, Loitering, Idle Object, Removed Object,
Conditional Change, Trajectory Tracking, and Filters.
The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow users to set up to 10 separate profiles and switch
profiles based on a day/night or holiday schedules.
The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support scene tours that automatically reposition the camera
to each scene for a specified duration.
The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support Bird’s Eye View (BEV) people counting.
The day/night IP PTZ camera shall incorporate an Alarm Rule Engine, enabling abnormal events
that IVA detects to prompt the camera to take one or more actions such as:
a. Trigger a relay connected to an alarm siren and/or strobe
b. Trigger a visual alert to be displayed on the operator’s screen
c. Go to a specified scene (preset position)
Motion Tracking
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer Intelligent Tracking to continuously track an object
using pan, tilt, and zoom actions.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide automatic motion tracking using intelligent video
analytics.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall have the ability to follow an object continually when passing
behind a privacy mask.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow a user to define virtual masks for a scene so certain
objects are not considered for flow analysis and will not trigger Intelligent Tracking.
5. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer the following control options for the Intelligent
Tracking feature:
a. Off – the day/night IP PTZ camera does not track moving object.
b. Auto – the day/night IP PTZ camera actively analyzes the video to detect moving objects.
c. One Click – the day/night IP PTZ camera allows a user to click a moving object in the live
video image to activate Intelligent Tracking.
d. IVA-triggered – the day/night IP PTZ camera continuously analyzes the scene for IVA
alarms or an IVA rule violation. If an alarm or rule violation is detected, the camera
activates Intelligent Tracking to track the object that triggered the alarm or rule violation.
6. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall have the ability to restart tracking if a target starts moving in
the same area where the initial target stopped moving or if the camera detects an object moving
along the last known trajectory.
7. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall allow an operator to select an object to track in the live
image view.
8. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall automatically start tracking a target that violates an IVA rule
or triggers an IVA alarm.
Access Security
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall offer three levels of password protection.
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support 802.1x authentication using a RADIUS (Remote
Authentication Dial In User Service) server.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall store a SSL certificate for use with HTTPS.
4. [The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be capable of being independently AES encrypted with 128bit keys.]
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M.
Installation Requirements
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be capable of operating in an outdoor environment within the
following temperature range:
a. [Outdoor Pendant: –40°C to +55°C (–40°F to 131°F).]
b. [Indoor Pendant: –10°C to +55°C (14°F to 131°F).]
c. [In-ceiling: –10°C to +40°C (14°F to 104°F).]
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall accept power, transmit video, and accept control via TCP/IP
connection.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall support the following dual, redundant power options:
a. [Outdoor Pendant Models using the Heater:
1) 24 VAC
2) High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
b. [Indoor Pendant Models (not using the heater) and In-ceiling Models:
1) 24 VAC
2) PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4) or High PoE (using the Bosch NPD-6001A Midspan)]
c. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall default to use power from the 24 VAC power supply, if
connected.
d. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall switch to the High PoE or PoE+ power supply if power
from the 24 VAC power supply is lost with no interruption to camera operation.
4. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide a multi-language on-screen display.
N.
Housing Options
1. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall be offered in
a. [An indoor/outdoor Pendant housing.]
b. [An in-ceiling housing.]
2. The day/night IP PTZ camera housings shall come standard with recessed setscrews and a
recessed bubble latch for increased tamper resistance.
3. The day/night IP PTZ camera shall provide built-in surge protection for power, data, and video
and alarm inputs.
4.
[The indoor/outdoor pendant housing shall:
a. Use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.
b. Come with an attached sunshield that can be removed by the installer for indoor camera
applications.
c. Allow the camera to view 18º above the horizon.
d. Offer IP66 environmental protection
e. Conform to the NEMA 4X standard for the following:
1) Access to Hazardous parts
2) Ingress of solid foreign objects (falling dirt, circulating dust, settling dust)
3) Ingress of water (dripping and light splashing, hosedown and splashing)
4) Corrosive agents
f.
Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification with use of a polycarbonate bubble.
g. Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification, except impact test, with use of an
acrylic bubble.]
h. Be made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied with a built-in
heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to
–40°C to 55°C (–40°F to 131°F).
i.
Use a high-resolution acrylic clear bubble or a rugged polycarbonate bubble.
j.
Be powder coated with a sand finish in white (RAL 9003).]
5. The in-ceiling housing shall:
a. Allow the camera to view 1º above the horizon.
b. Conform to IP54 and Plenum-rating standards.
c. Offer IK8 rating when using an optional polycarbonate bubble
d. Provide an operating temperature of –10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F).
e. Use one of the following bubbles:
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1)
2)
3)
O.
A high-resolution acrylic bubble.
A rugged polycarbonate bubble.
A rugged high-resolution acrylic bubble
Camera – 36x Day/Night:
1. Imager: 1/4 in.-type Exview HAD CCD (progressive scan)
2. Effective Picture Elements:
a. [PAL: Approx. 440,000; 752(H) x 582(V)]
b. [NTSC: Approx. 380,000; 768 (H) x 494 (V)]
3. Lens: 36x Zoom (3.4–122.4 mm) F1.6 to F4.5
4. Focus: One-push, Autofocus, Manual
5. Iris: Automatic with manual override
6. Zoom Movement Speed:
a. NTSC:
1) Optical WIDE / Optical TELE – Focus Tracking ON: 4.0 sec
2) Optical WIDE / Optical TELE – Focus Tracking OFF: 2.7 sec
3) Optical WIDE / Digital TELE: 6.0 sec
4) Digital WIDE / Digital TELE: 2.1 sec
b. PAL:
1) Optical WIDE / Optical TELE – Focus Tracking ON: 4.0 sec
2) Optical WIDE / Optical TELE – Focus Tracking OFF: 2.7 sec
3) Optical WIDE / Digital TELE: 6.2 sec
4) Digital WIDE / Digital TELE: 2.3 sec
7. Optical Zoom Field of View: 1.7° to 57.8°
8. Gain Control: AGC or Fixed (–3 dB to 28 dB, 2 dB steps)
9. Max Gain Level: Normal, Medium, High
10. Gain Settings: Red Gain, Blue Gain; user selectable
11. Synchronization: Line-Lock (–120° to 120° vertical phase adjust) or internal crystal
12. Aperture Correction: Horizontal and vertical
13. Digital Zoom: 12x
14. Sensitivity (F1.6, shutter: NTSC 1/60, PAL 1/50, maximum AGC. Normal light source –
Halogen lamp)
a. 30 IRE (Tinted bubble adds 0.8 f-stop loss)
1) Day Mode
a) SensUP Off: 0.66 lx (0.061 fc)
b) SensUP On (NTSC: 1/4s, 15X; PAK: 1/3s, 16.7X): 0.04 lx
(0.0037 fc)
2) Night Mode
a) SensUP Off: 0.104 lx (0.0097 fc)
b) SensUP On (NTSC: 1/4s, 15X; PAK: 1/3s, 16.7X): 0.0052 lx (0.0005 fc)
b. 50 IRE (Tinted bubble adds 0.8 f-stop loss)
1) Day Mode
a) SensUP Off: 1.4 lx (0.13 fc)
b) SensUP On (NTSC: 1/4s, 15X; PAK: 1/3s, 16.7X): 0.1 lx
(0.0092 fc)
2) Night Mode
a) SensUP Off: 0.209 lx (0.0194 fc)
b) SensUP On (NTSC: 1/4s, 15X; PAK: 1/3s, 16.7X): 0.0103 lx (0.001 fc)
15. Electronic Shutter Speed (AES): 1/1 to 1/10,000 sec, 22 steps
16. Wide Dynamic Range: 92 dB (50 dB with WDR off)
17. Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 50 dB (AGC off)
18. White Balance: ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, AWB Hold, Extended ATW, Manual, Outdoor Auto,
Sodium Lamp Auto, Sodium Lamp
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P. Mechanical
1. Pan Range: 0 to 360° continuous
2. Tilt Angle:
a. [In-ceiling: 1° above horizon]
b. [Pendant: 18° above horizon]
3. Pre-position Speed:
a. Pan: 400°/s
b. Tilt: 300°/s
4. Pan/Tilt Modes:
a. Turbo Mode:
1) Pan: 0.1°/s to 400°/s
2) Tilt: 0.1°/s to 300°/s
b. Normal Mode:
1) Pan: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
2) Tilt: 0.1°/s to 120°/s
5. Preset Accuracy: ± 0.1° typical
Q.
Electrical
1. Input Voltage:
a. [In-ceiling:
1) 21-30 VAC, 50/60 Hz (class 2)
2) High PoE
3) PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at, class 4)]
b. [Pendant:
1) 21-30 VAC, 50/60 Hz (class 2)
2) High PoE]
2. Power Consumption (typical):
a. [In-ceiling: 24 W / 44 VA]
b. [Pendant:
1) with heater connected: 60 W / 69 VA
2) without heater: 24 W / 44 VA]
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R.
Software Control
1. Camera Setup/Control: Via Internet Explorer Web browser version 7.0 or later, Bosch
Configuration Manager or Bosch Video Management System (BVMS 4.5.5 or later), Bosch
Video Client (BVC)
2. Software Update: Network firmware upload
S. Network
1. Video Compression: H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496-10), M-JPEG, JPEG
2. Encoding and Streaming:
a. Scenario 1:
1) Stream 1: 4CIF@30ips
2) Stream 2: 4CIF@30ips
3) Stream 3: I-frame only, stream 1
4) Stream 4: 4CIF@30ips
b. Scenario 2:
1) Stream 1: 4CIF@30ips
2) Stream 2: Copy of stream 1
3) Stream 3: I-frame only, stream 1
4) Stream 4: 4CIF@30ips
c. Scenario 3:
1) Stream 1: Downscaled stream
2) Stream 2: Downscaled stream
3) Stream 3: I-frame only, stream 1
4) Stream 4: Downscaled stream from Stream 1
3. GOP Structure: IP, IBP, IBBP
4. Data Rate: 9.6 kbps to 10 Mbps
5. Overall IP delay: 240 ms
6. Resolution:
a. 4CIF/D1: 704 x 576/480 (25/30 ips, or 50/60 fields/s for interlaced fields)
b. CIF: 352 x 288/240 (25/30 ips, or 50/60 fields/s for interlaced fields)
T. Network
1. Ethernet: 10-Base T/100 Base-TX, auto-sensing, half/full duplex, RJ45
2. Protocols: IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP/RTCP, IGMP V2/V3, ICMP, ICMPv6,
RTSP, FTP, Telnet, ARP, DHCP, SNTP, SNMP (V1, MIB II), 802.1x, DNS, DNSv6, DDNS
(DynDNS.org, selfHOST.de, no-ip.com), SMTP, iSCSI, UPnP (SSDP), DiffServ (QoS), LLDP,
SOAP, Dropbox, CHAP, digest authentication
3. Advanced Networking: IPv6, QoS
4. Audio
a. Standard:
1) G.711, 8 kHz sampling rate,
2) L16, 16 kHz sampling rate
3) AAC, 16 kHz sampling rate
b. Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >50 dB
c. Audio Streaming: Bidirectional (full-duplex)
U.
Local Storage
1. Memory Card Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card (maximum 2TB – SDXC)
2. Continuous recording of video and audio
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V.
Miscellaneous
1. Sectors/Titling: 16 independent sectors with 20-character titles/sector
2. Masking: 24, individually configurable
3. Pre-positions: 256, each with 20-character titles
4. Guard Tours: Two (2) types of tours:
a. Recorded tours – two (2), total duration 30 minutes
b. Preset tour – one (1), consisting of up to 256 scenes, consecutively
5. Supported Languages: Chinese, Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese,
Polish, Russian, and Spanish
W. User Connections:
1. Power
a. Camera:
1) RJ-45 100 Base-TX Ethernet (High Power over Ethernet) or PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at,
class 4 standard)
2) 21-30 VAC, 50/60 Hz
b. Heater:
1) RJ-45 100 Base-TX Ethernet (High Power over Ethernet) or PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at,
class 4 standard)
2) 21-30 VAC, 50/60 Hz]
2. Video and Control: RJ-45 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet
3. Alarm Inputs (7): 2 supervised; 5 non-supervised; programmable for “normally open” or
“normally closed”
4. Alarm Outputs (4): 1 dry contact relay; 3 open collector/transistor outputs
32 VDC @ 150 mA, maximum
5. Audio:
a. Signal Line In: 12 kOhm typical, 1 Vrms max
b. Signal Line Out: 1 Vrms at 1.5 kOhm, typical
X.
Environmental
1. Design Rating:
a. [In-ceiling: IP54, Plenum rated]
b. [Pendant: IP66]
c. [Pendant: NEMA 4X for:
1) Access to Hazardous parts
2) Ingress of solid foreign objects (falling dirt, circulating dust, settling dust)
3) Ingress of water (dripping and light splashing, hosedown and splashing)
4) Corrosive agents]
d. [Pendant: Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification with use of a polycarbonate
bubble.]
e. [Pendant: Meet the requirements for NEMA 4X certification, except impact test, with use
of an acrylic bubble.]
2. Operating Temperature:
a. [In-ceiling: –10°C to +40°C (14°F to 104°F)]
b. [Outdoor Pendant: –40°C to +55°C (–40°F to 131°F)]
c. [Indoor Pendant: –10°C to +55°C (14°F to 131°F), without heater connected in power
supply box for indoor applications]
3. Storage Temperature:
a. [In-ceiling: –40°C to +60°C (–40°F to 140°F)]
b. [Pendant: –40°C to +60°C (–40°F to 140°F)]
4. Humidity:
a. [In-ceiling: 0% to 90% relative, non-condensing]
b. [Indoor Pendant/Outdoor Pendant with Heater: 0% to 100% relative, non-condensing]
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Y.
1.2
Construction
1. Weight:
a. [In-ceiling: 2.58 kg (5.69 lb)]
b. [Indoor/Outdoor Pendant: 3.06 kg (6.75 lb)]
2. Bubble Size: 153.1 mm (6.03 in.)
3. Construction Material:
a. Housing
1) [In-ceiling: Magnesium]
2) [Pendant: Cast aluminum]
b. Bubble:
1) [In-ceiling: High-resolution acrylic, rugged polycarbonate, or rugged high-resolution
acrylic]
2) [Pendant: High-resolution acrylic or rugged polycarbonate]
4. Standard Color: White (RAL9003)
5. Standard Finish: Powder coated, sand finish
ACCESSORIES
A.
Bubbles
1. In-ceiling
a. VGA-BUBBLE-CCLA Clear high-resolution acrylic
b. VGA-BUBBLE-CTIA Tinted high-resolution acrylic
c. VGA-BUBBLE-CCLR Clear rugged polycarbonate
d. VGA-BUBBLE-CTIR Tinted rugged polycarbonate
e. VGA-BUBHD-CCLA Clear HD high-resolution acrylic
f.
VGA-BUBHD-CTIA Tinted rugged high resolution acrylic
2. Pendant
a. VGA-BUBBLE-PCLA Clear high-resolution acrylic
b. VGA-BUBBLE-PTIA Tinted high-resolution acrylic
c. VGA-BUBBLE-PCLR Clear rugged polycarbonate
d. VGA-BUBBLE-PTIR Tinted rugged polycarbonate
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B.
Mounts
1. VG4-A-PA0 Pendant arm mount 24 VAC, white
2. VG4-A-PA1 Pendant arm mount with 120 VAC transformer, white
3. VG4-A-PA2 Pendant arm mount with 230 VAC transformer, white
4. VGA-PEND-ARM Pendant arm without power supply box, white
5. VGA-PEND-WPLATE Pendant arm mounting plate for use with
VGA-PEND-ARM, white
6. VG4-A-TSKIRT Trim skirt for AutoDome power supply box, white
7. Optional Mounting Accessories
a. For Roof Mounts
1) LTC 9230/01Flat Roof Adapter for Parapet Mount
b. For Arm Mounts
1) VG4-A-9542 Corner Mounting Plate
2) VG4-A-9541 Mast (Pole) Mounting Plate
8. VG4-A-9543 Pipe mount, white
9. VGA-ROOF-MOUNT Roof mount, white
10. VGA-IC-SP In-ceiling Support Kit
C.
Power Supplies
1. NPD-6001A High PoE Midspan 60W, Single Port, AC in
2. VG4-A-PSU0 24 VAC Power Supply Unit
3. VG4-A-PSU1 120 VAC Power Supply Unit
4. VG4-A-PSU2 230 VAC Power Supply Unit
D.
VG4-SFPSCKT Fiber Optic Ethernet Media Converter Kit
2.06
HOLDING CELL CAMERA
A.
Bosch Security Systems, Inc., NEI-369F02-21W IP Corner Mount Camera - IP vandal proof
corner cam, 1/3 in. extended day/night, 540/540 TVL, 940 nm IR, NTSC INFRARED IMAGER
B.
Performance:
1.
The camera shall be able to view the entire floor and all four walls of a 15 foot square
room, including the two walls to which it is attached.
2.
The camera shall have no exposed wiring or anchor points, making it highly vandalresistant and suitable for suicide watch.
3.
The camera shall have a 1/3” LXR CCD for excellent IR sensitivity, low smear, low
streak and excellent anti-blooming characteristics
4.
The camera shall have automatic, photocell-controlled day-night switching.
5.
The camera shall have an 1/3” CCD with mechanical filter technology for vivid daytime
color and effective night-time performance under infrared illumination.
6.
The camera shall incorporate automatic switching between day and night modes.
7.
The camera shall have daytime color mode.
8.
The camera shall have daytime color resolution of 540 horizontal lines.
9.
The camera shall have a minimum illumination for daytime color mode of 0.02Lux at
F1.4.
10.
The camera shall have night-time IR monochrome mode.
11.
The camera shall have night-time monochrome resolution of 540 horizontal lines.
12.
The camera shall operate at zero lux in night-time monochrome mode.
13.
The camera design shall eliminate the possibility of focus shift to ensure accurate focus
for a daytime average wavelength of 500nm and a night-time average wavelength of
850nm.
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
The camera shall produce accurate color representation by eliminating IR bleed and/or
other color distortions.
The camera shall have spectral response to infrared wavelengths between 700nm to
1100nm.
The camera shall produce outstanding contrast characteristics for reduced glare and
streaking.
The camera shall incorporate infrared illumination to reduce image noise at night,
enabling better compression, reducing bit rates and enhancing network stability.
The camera shall be equipped with an 84-LED infrared array allowing for clear pictures
in zero lux conditions.
The LEDs shall be optimised to produce an evenly-distributed field of illumination at
850nm or 940nm.
The LEDs shall be intensity-adjustable through internally accessible controls.
The camera shall be outfitted with pan/tilt hardware for directional readjustments to the
CCD and lens.
The camera shall be available with a 2.5mm wide-angle lens allowing a full 88º H-FoV
and 72º V-FoV of the entire room.
The camera shall be available with various other lenses to achieve different fields of
view.
The camera shall produce a signal to noise ratio of greater than 48dB (AGC off) under
normal daylight conditions.
The camera shall provide a minimum 20 db S/N picture throughout an entire 15 foot
square room in zero Lux
The camera shall support MPEG-4 SP and MJPEG compression, up to 30 frames per
second, tristream selectable.
The camera shall support resolutions of 4CIF (25/30 IPS), 2CIF (25/30 IPS), half D1
(25/30IPS), CIF (25/30 IPS) and QCIF (25/30 IPS).
The camera shall have bandwidth configurable from 9.6 Kbps to 6 Mbps.
The camera shall support an Ethernet 10/100Base-T network interface with RJ45 network
connector.
The camera shall have the following available protocols: Telnet, RTP, HTTP(S), ARP,
TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP, DHCP, IGMPv2/v3, SNMP, 802.1x.
The camera shall have SSL-based authentication for enhanced security.
C.
Electrical:
1.
The camera shall accept 12 VDC or 24 VAC input.
2.
The camera shall have separate camera and LED voltage regulator boards for increased
electrical stability and reliability.
3.
The camera shall accept not less than 12VDC to operate optimally.
4.
The camera shall accept not greater than 24 VAC to operate optimally.
5.
The camera shall consume no more than 11 watts maximum (900 mA @ 12 VDC)
D.
Video Specifications
1.
Sensor:
a.
MX4 Hi-resolution Day/Night CCD:
1)
Effective Pixels:
a)
NTSC: 768 x 494
2.
Resolution
a.
Color: 540 TVL
b.
Monochrome: 540 TVL
3.
S/N Ratio: Greater than 48 dB
4.
Daytime Sensitivity: 0.02 Lux with F1.4 lens
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Nigh-time Sensitivity: 0 Lux, operates in total darkness
Lens Options: Fixed. 2.5 mm and 3.6 mm
Gamma: 0.45
Video Output: 1 Vpp, 75 Ohms
Day-Night Switching: Photcell controlled, automatic
1/2-inch sensor (resolution greater than 1000 TVL)
1/2-inch sensor (resolution greater than 1000 TVL)
E.
C7 Hi-resolution Color CCD:
1.
Effective Pixels:
a.
NTSC: 768 x 494
2.
Resolution: 500 TVL
3.
S/N Ratio: Greater than 48 dB
4.
Daytime Sensitivity: 2.7 Lux with F1.4 lens
5.
Nigh-time Sensitivity: 2.7 Lux with F1.4 lens
6.
Lens Options: Fixed. 2.5 mm and 3.6 mm
7.
Gamma: 0.45
8.
Video Output: 1 Vpp, 75 Ohms
F.
Infrared Illumination
1.
MX4 Hi-resolution Day/Night CCD:
a.
Photocell: Automatic, sensitivity adjustable
b.
LEDs: 84 LEDs, infrared, intensity adjustable
c.
Wavelength:
1)
Covert: 940 nm
2)
Semi-covert: 850 nm
d.
Night Vision Distance: 9 m (30 ft)
G.
C7 Hi-resolution Color CCD:
1.
LEDs: None, no IR window
H.
Interfaces:
1.
Ethernet: 10/100 Base-T RJ45
2.
Analog: PAL or NTSC BNC
I.
IP Specifications:
1.
Protocols:
a.
Telnet
b.
RTP
c.
HTTP(S)
d.
ARP
e.
TCP
f.
UDP
g.
IP
h.
ICMP
i.
DHCP
j.
IGMPv2/v3
k.
SNMP
l.
802.1x
2.
Compression:
a.
MPEG-4 SP
b.
MJPEG
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c.
d.
e.
Up to 30 frames per second, tri-stream selectable
Frame Rate: 1-30 FPS programmable (full motion)
Bandwidth: Configurable from 9.6 Kbps to 6 Mbps
J.
Resolution and Frame Rates
1.
NTSC
a.
4CIF: 25/30 IPS: 704 x 480
b.
SCIF: 25/30 IPS: 704 x 240
c.
Half D1: 25/30 IPS: 352 x 480
d.
CIF: 25/30 IPS: 352 x 240
e.
QCIF: 25/30 IPS: 176 x 120
K.
Mechanical:
1.
The camera housing shall be a robust aluminum casting.
2.
The camera shall have a black or white baked enamel finish.
3.
The camera shall be equipped with a pan-tilt adjustable cable-managed wall bracket.
4.
The window shall be 1/4 in. thick LEXAN.
5.
Dimensions (H x W x D): 224 x 134 x 155 mm (8.8 x 5.3 x 6.1 in.)
6.
Weight: 1.2 kg (2.6 lb)
L.
Environmental:
1.
The camera shall be ruggedized for vandal resistance.
2.
The camera shall be in a “truncated tetrahedron” shape ensuring a flush installation into
ceiling/wall corners.
3.
The camera shall be designed to compensate for the walls and ceiling being out of
“square” by as much as 3°.
4.
The camera shall have no exposed wiring or anchor points, making it highly vandalresistant and suitable for suicide watch.
5.
The camera shall incorporate a 45° tilted face to enable viewing of entire rooms,
including directly underneath the camera itself.
6.
The camera shall have a flush-mounted front faceplate secured in place with six tamperresistant screws.
7.
The LED array shall be thermally managed with a continuous heat sink.
8.
The camera shall have a die-cut gasket installed behind the faceplate to ensure watertightness from periodic splashes of liquids caused through attempted vandalism or
cleaning.
9.
The camera housing shall be equipped with two separate windows, one for IR light
transmission and the other for CCD video imaging.
10.
The camera shall have 1/4 in. (6 mm) Lexan windows and be fully supported with by
continuously bolted-down metal back plate.
11.
The camera shall allow convenient access to the lens, for any positional and focal
adjustment.
12.
The camera shall have pre-harnessed connectors allowing simple plug and play
installation.
13.
The camera housing shall be made of welded aluminum.
14.
The camera shall be powder-coat painted in white.
15.
The camera shall operate at a temperature range from -50°C to +50°C (-58°F to +122°F).
16.
The camera shall be available with an optional hidden microphone module for audio
recording.
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
EXAMINATION
A.
Verify that outlet boxes for mounting cameras are installed at proper locations.
B.
Verify that branch circuit wiring installation is completed, tested, of proper voltage and operating
characteristics, and ready for connection to CCTV equipment.
3.02
GENERAL INSTALLATION
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and as indicated on the Contract drawings.
B.
Install cameras at locations and heights as indicated on the Contract drawings. Change type of
mounting as necessary to achieve required clearance where approved in advance by Engineer. The
camera views shall not be obstructed by any architecture, structural, or signage elements.
C.
Coordinate locations of outlet boxes to obtain mounting heights as indicated on Contract
Drawings
D.
Set pan unit and pan-and-tilt unit stops to suit final camera position and to obtain the field of view
required for camera in accordance with approved shop drawings and calculations.
E.
Install power supplies and other auxiliary components at control stations. Do not install such
items near the devices they serve, unless otherwise indicated.
F.
Install equipment racks in accordance with ANSI/EIA 310 in locations shown on Contract
drawings; arrange for adequate ventilation and access.
G.
Ground and bond CCTV system equipment in accordance with Section 26 05 26 and TIA/EIA
607.
H.
Identify system components, wiring, cabling, and terminal connections.
3.03 CONDUIT INSTALLATION:
A.
Supply and install conduit as indicated on the contract drawings.
B.
All conduit shall be a minimum of 1” in diameter.
C.
New conduit shall be installed within 3’ of each CCTV location. The contractor shall provide and
install liquid tight conduit and the necessary hardware from the end of the GRS conduit to each
camera housing.
D.
No exposed cabling will be permitted.
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3.04 COMMUNICATION ROOM HARDWARE INSTALLATION:
A.
Install the following in the communication room:
1.
(1) 96 Port Patch Panel
2.
(1) CCTV Camera Power supply
3.
(1) Active Video Receiver
4.
DVRs and Raid Units
B.
Supply and install the necessary number of 4-pair category 6 patch cord cables from the patch
panel to the power supply cable integrator hub that will support the quantity of cameras shown on
the contract drawings.
C.
Supply and install the necessary number of 4-pair category 6 patch cord cables from the power
supply cable integrator hub to the passive video receiver that will support the quantity of cameras
shown on the contract drawings.
D.
Supply and install a 4-pair category 6e patch cord cables from the DVR to the network switch.
3.05 CAMERA INSTALLATION:
A.
The contractor shall use the design to determine the adequacy of the design and, in conjunction
with a field survey and NJTA personnel, determine the exact location of each CCTV camera.
B.
Install in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and as indicated on the reference drawings.
C.
Install cameras at locations and heights as indicated on the Contract drawings. Adjust height as
necessary to avoid camera view obstruction by canopy structural elements, nearby signage, etc.
Change type of mounting as necessary to achieve required clearance where approved in advance
by Engineer.
D.
Install camera, lens and video balun into each enclosure and configure per manufacturers
instructions.
E.
Each camera shall have a single dedicated category 6 cable point-to-point without any splices from
each camera to the communication room patch panels.
F.
Within the camera housing terminate the category 6 cable with an RJ-45 connector in accordance
with EIA/TIA 568B specifications and connect to video balun.
G.
Label cable at both camera and communication cabinet ends with camera designation number on
drawing.
H.
Install, label (camera number), terminate and test all new Cat-6 cable to new cameras as shown on
drawings.
3.06 MANUFACTURER'S FIELD SERVICES
A.
Furnish manufacturer’s field representative to supervise final wiring connections and system
adjustments.
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3.07 ADJUSTING
A.
Align and adjust system and pretest components, wiring, and functions to verify that they comply
with specified requirements. Adjust lens irises to meet lighting conditions. Replace
malfunctioning or damaged items. Retest until satisfactory performance and conditions are
achieved.
B.
Where system performance is degraded in certain operating modes, revise component connections
and install video distribution amplifiers and/or attenuators as required to provide a balanced signal
across the system.
3.08 DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING
A.
B.
Furnish eight (8) hours of instruction each for up to ten (10) NJTA staff, to be conducted at project
site with manufacturer's representative. Coordinate training schedule with Construction Manager,
Engineer and manufacturer. Provide minimum of ten (10) days notice prior to proposed
commencement of training.
Instruct NJTA staff on how to adjust, operate, and maintain CCTV system equipment:
A.
Review procedures and schedules for troubleshooting, servicing, and maintaining
equipment.
B.
Demonstrate methods of determining optimum alignment and adjustment of components
and settings for system controls.
C.
Review data in maintenance manuals.
END OF SECTION
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SECTION 283100- FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM
PART 1 GENERAL
1.01
1.02
1.03
SUMMARY
A.
Section Includes: The Work specified in this Section consists of furnishing, installing, testing and
placing in service a building fire detection and alarm system.
B.
Related Sections:
1. The requirements of Section 260500, Common Results for Electrical Work including related
sections apply to the Work of this Section.
REFERENCES
A.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
1. NFPA 70
National Electrical Code (NEC).
2. NFPA 72
National Fire Alarm Code.
B.
American National Standards Association (ANSI):
1. ANSI/ASME A117.1, A117.3 Standard for Accessible and Usable Building and Facilities.
C.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed or Factory Mutual (FM) Approved.
D.
State of New Jersey
1. New Jersey Uniform Construction Code
SUBMITTALS
A.
Procedure: Comply with submittal requirements indicated below and as stipulated in Section 013300,
Submittal Procedures.
B.
Provide evidence of testing agency verification, listing and labeling either by printed mark on the data
sheet or by a separate listing card.
C.
Product Data: Submit manufactures product literature, technical specifications, application instructions
and similar data for each product specified below. Clearly indicate the proposed usage of each product.
1. All products and components being furnished under this Section.
D.
Shop Drawings:
Submit fire alarm shop drawings in accordance with NJUCC/IBC Section 907.1.2 and NFPA 722007 Section 4.4.4.2 including the following:
a.
Fire alarm riser diagram indicating actual device arrangement and connections on signal
line circuits. Identify all device locations by room number, door number or associated
equipment number.
b.
Floor plans drawn to scale that indicate the use of all rooms.
c.
Locations of alarm initiating devices.
d.
Locations of alarm notification appliances, including candela ratings for visual alarm
notification appliances.
e.
Location of fire alarm control unit, transponders and notification power supplies.
f.
Annunciators
g.
Power connection.
h.
Battery calculations.
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i.
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k.
l.
m.
n.
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q.
E.
1.04
Provide standby battery calculations. Show the individual notification appliance circuit loading
calculations. Calculations shall be signed and sealed by a New Jersey Registered Professional Engineer.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
1.05
Conductor type and sizes.
Voltage drop calculations.
Manufacturer’s data sheets indicating model numbers and listing information for
equipment, devices and materials.
Details of ceiling height and construction.
Interface of fire safety control functions.
Classification of supervising station.
Fire department response points and annunciator locations.
Complete sequence of operations detailing all inputs and outputs.
Shop drawings and calculations shall be sealed by New Jersey Registered Professional
Engineer.
Refer to Section 260500 Common Results for Electrical Work
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
Refer to Section 260500 Common Results for Electrical Work
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
The fire alarm system shall be a microprocessor based analog/addressable system.
B.
The fire alarm control panel (FACP) shall contain all monitoring, control and annunciation equipment
and shall have an RS 232-C port. The FACP shall be capable of handling a minimum of 500
individually identified intelligent devices within the main control panel. All terminations shall be at a
terminal strip. All devices shall have screw terminals.
C.
The fire alarm system shall be site programmable to accommodate and facilitate expansion or changes.
The control panel shall have the ability to store at least 400 events in the history log. These events shall
be stored in a battery-protected memory and shall remain in the memory until the memory is
downloaded or cleared manually. The FACP shall have an integral 80-character alphanumeric display.
D.
The fire alarm control panel shall be listed for releasing service for activation of fire suppression
systems.
E.
If extender panels are used, they shall be located in electrical room and/or telecommunication rooms on
each floor. Each exterior panel shall be individually addressed.
F.
Notification Appliances:
1. Provide multi-tone horns such that a minimum of 75 dB is provided throughout the building.
Provide strobes that comply with NFPA 72 and ADA.
2. Provide a minimum of one (1) notification appliance circuit (NAC) per floor. Each notification
appliance circuit shall not exceed 80 percent of its rated output.
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2.02
G.
Provide rechargeable lead calcium or sealed lead acid type batteries to operate the fire alarm system
under supervisory conditions for 24 hours and audible and visual alarm devices for an additional 5
minutes.
H.
The fire alarm and detection system shall consist of analog/addressable devices. All smoke detectors
connected to the FACP shall have an adjustable alarm verification feature.
I.
Each flow switch and supervisory switch shall have a separate address. Supervisory switches in the
same room may have the same address (maximum of 3 per address).
J.
Sequence of Operation: The fire alarm sequence of operation is shown on the Contract Drawings.
ANALOG/ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
A.
Basic Performance:
1. Alarm, trouble and supervisory signals from all intelligent reporting devices shall be encoded on
NFPA Style 6 (Class A) Signaling Line Circuits (SLC). A minimum of two (2) Class A SLC
shall be provided.
2. Initiation Device Circuits (IDC) shall be wired Class B as part of an addressable device
connected by the SLC Circuit.
3. Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC) shall be wired Class B.
4. A single ground fault or open circuit on the system Signaling Line Circuit shall not cause system
malfunction, loss of operating power or the ability to report an alarm.
5. Alarm signals arriving at the main FACP shall not be lost following a primary power failure (or
outage) until the alarm signal is processed and recorded.
B.
Basic System Functional Operation:
1. When a fire alarm condition is detected and reported by one of the system initiating devices, the
following functions shall immediately occur:
a. The system alarm LED on the FACP shall flash.
b. A local piezo electric signal in the control panel shall sound.
c. A backlit 80-character LCD display on the FACP shall indicate all information associated
with the fire alarm condition, including the type of alarm point and its location within the
protected premises.
d. Printing on the FACP and history storage equipment shall log the information associated
each new fire alarm control panel condition, along with time and date of occurrence.
e. All system output programs assigned via control-by-event interlock programming to be
activated by the particular point in alarm shall be executed, and the associated system outputs
(alarm notification appliances and/or relays) shall be activated.
C.
Main Fire Alarm Control Panel:
1. The FACP shall contain a microprocessor based Central Processing Unit (CPU). The CPU shall
communicate with and control the following types of equipment used to make up the system:
intelligent addressable smoke and thermal (heat) detectors, addressable modules, printer,
annunciators, and other system controlled devices.
2. Operator Control:
a. Acknowledge Switch:
1) Activation of the control panel acknowledge switch in response to new alarms and/or
troubles shall silence the local panel piezo electric signal and change the alarm and
trouble LEDs from flashing mode to steady-ON mode. If multiple alarm or trouble
conditions exist, depression of this switch shall advance the 80-character LCD display
to the next alarm or trouble condition.
2) Depression of the Acknowledge switch shall also silence all remote annunciator piezo
sounders.
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a)
Alarm Silence Switch: Activation of the alarm silence switch shall cause all
programmed alarm notification appliances and relays to return to the normal
condition after an alarm condition. The selection of notification circuits and relays
that are silenceable by this switch shall be fully field programmable within the
confines of all applicable standards. The FACP software shall include silence
inhibit and auto-silence timers.
b) Alarm Activate (Drill) Switch: The Alarm Activate switch shall activate all
notification appliance circuits. The drill function shall latch until the panel is
silenced or reset.
c) System Reset Switch: Activation of the System Reset switch shall cause all
electronically-latched initiating devices, appliances or software zones, as well as
all associated output devices and circuits, to return to their normal condition.
d) Lamp Test: The Lamp Test switch shall activate all system LEDs and light each
segment of the liquid crystal display.
3. System Capacity and General Operation:
a. The control panel shall be capable handling a minimum of 500 intelligent/addressable
devices.
b. The control panel shall include Form-C alarm, trouble, supervisory, and security relays rated
at a minimum of 3.0 amps @ 30 VDC. It shall also include a minimum of four Class B
Notification Appliance Circuits.
c. The fire alarm control panel shall include a full featured operator interface control and
annunciation panel that shall include a backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), individual color
coded system status LEDs, and an alphanumeric keypad for the field programming and
control of the fire alarm system.
d. All programming or editing of the existing program in the system shall be achieved without
special equipment and without interrupting the alarm monitoring functions of the fire alarm
control panel. The system shall be fully programmable, configurable, and expandable in the
field without the need for special tools, PROM programmers or PC based programmers. It
shall not require replacement of memory ICs to facilitate programming changes.
e. The system shall allow the programming of any input to activate any output or group of
outputs.
f.
The FACP shall provide the following features:
1) Drift compensation to extend detector accuracy over life. Drift compensation shall also
include a smoothing feature, allowing transient noise signals to be filtered out.
2) Detector sensitivity test.
3) Maintenance alert to warn of excessive smoke detector dirt or dust accumulation.
4) The ability to display or print system reports.
5) Alarm verification, with counters and a trouble indication to alert maintenance
personnel when a detector enters verification 20 times.
6) Rapid manual station reporting (under 3 seconds).
7) Non-alarm points for general (non-fire) control.
8) Periodic detector test, conducted automatically by the software.
9) Walk test, with a check for two detectors set to same address.
g. The FACP shall be capable of coding notification circuits in march time temporal.
4. Central Microprocessor:
a. The microprocessor shall be a state-of-the-art, high speed, 16 bit RISC device and it shall
communicate with, monitor and control all external interfaces. It shall include an EPROM
for system program storage, non-volatile memory for building-specific program storage, and
a "watch dog" timer circuit to detect and report microprocessor failure.
b. The microprocessor shall contain and execute all control-by-event programs for specific
action to be taken if an alarm condition is detected by the system. Control-by-event
equations shall be held in non-volatile programmable memory, and shall not be lost even if
system primary and secondary power failure occurs.
c. The microprocessor shall also provide a real-time clock for time annotation of system
displays, printer, and history file. The time-of-day and date shall not be lost if system
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5.
6.
7.
8.
primary and secondary power supplies fail. The real time clock may also be used to control
non-fire functions at programmed time-of-day, day-of-week, and day-of-year.
d. A special program check function shall be provided to detect common operator errors.
e. An auto-program (self-learn) function shall be provided to quickly install initial functions and
make the system operational.
Display:
a. The display shall provide all the controls and indicators used by the system operator and may
also be used to program all system operational parameters.
b. The display shall include status information and custom alphanumeric labels for all
intelligent detectors, addressable modules, internal panel circuits, and software zones.
c. The display shall include an 80-character back-lit alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display
(LCD). It shall also provide 8 Light-Emitting-Diodes (LEDs), that indicate the status of the
following system parameters: AC POWER, FIRE ALARM, PREALARM WARNING,
SECURITY ALARM, SUPERVISORY SIGNAL, SYSTEM TROUBLE, DISABLED
POINTS, and ALARM SILENCED.
d. The display keypad shall be an easy to use QWERTY type keypad, similar to a PC keyboard.
This shall be part of the standard system and have the capability to command all system
functions, entry of any alphabetic or numeric information, and field programming. Two
different password levels shall be provided to prevent unauthorized system control or
programming.
e. The display shall include the following operator control switches: ACKNOWLEDGE,
ALARM SILENCE, ALARM ACTIVATE (drill), SYSTEM RESET, and LAMP TEST.
Signaling Line Circuits (SLC):
a. SLCs shall provide power to and communicate with intelligent detectors and intelligent
modules (monitor or control). Each SLC shall be capable of NFPA 72 Style 6, or Class A
wiring.
b. The Loop Interface Board (LIB) shall receive analog information from all intelligent
detectors to be processed to determine whether normal, alarm, pre-alarm, or trouble
conditions exist for each detector. The software shall automatically maintain the detector's
desired sensitivity level by adjusting for the effects of environmental factors, including the
accumulation of dust in each detector. The analog information shall also be used for
automatic detector testing and for the automatic determination of detector maintenance
requirements.
c. The detector software shall meet NFPA 72 requirements and be certified by UL as a
calibrated sensitivity test instrument.
d. The detector software shall allow manual or automatic sensitivity adjustment.
Notification Appliance Circuit (NAC) Module:
a. The Notification Appliance Circuit module shall provide four fully supervised Class B
notification circuits. An expansion circuit board shall allow expansion to eight circuits per
module.
b. The notification circuit capacity shall be 3.0 amperes maximum per circuit and 6.0 amperes
maximum per module.
c. The module shall not affect other module circuits in any way during a short circuit condition.
d. The module shall provide eight green ON/OFF LEDs and eight yellow TROUBLE LEDs.
e. The module shall also provide a momentary switch per circuit that may be used to manually
turn the particular circuit on or off or to disable the circuit.
f.
Each notification circuit shall include a custom label inserted to identify each circuit’s
location. Labels shall be created using a standard typewriter or word processor.
g. The notification circuit module shall be provided with removable wiring terminal blocks for
ease of installation and service. The terminal strips shall be UL listed for use with up to 12
AWG wire.
h. Each circuit shall be capable of, through system programming, deactivating upon depression
of the signal silence switch.
Control Relay Module:
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a.
The control relay module shall provide four Form-C auxiliary relay circuits rated at 5
amperes, 28 VDC. An expansion circuit board shall allow expansion to eight Form-C relays
per module.
b. Each relay circuit shall be capable of being activated (change in state) by any initiating
device or from any combination of initiating devices.
c. The expansion module shall provide 8 green ON/OFF LEDs and 8 yellow LEDs (indicates
disabled status of the relay).
d. The module shall provide a momentary switch per relay circuit that may be used to manually
turn the relay ON/OFF or to disable the relay.
e. Each relay circuit shall include a custom label inserted to identify its location. Labels shall be
created using a standard typewriter or word processor.
f.
The control relay module shall be provided with removable wiring terminal blocks for ease of
installation and service. The terminal blocks shall be UL listed for use with up to 12 AWG
wire.
9. Enclosures:
a. The control panel shall be housed in an UL-listed cabinet suitable for surface or semi-flush
mounting. The cabinet and front shall be corrosion protected, given a rust-resistant prime
coat, and manufacturer's standard finish.
b. The back box and door shall be constructed of steel with provisions for electrical conduit
connections into the sides and top.
c. The door shall provide a key lock and shall include a glass or other transparent opening for
viewing of all indicators. For convenience, the door may be selected for either right or left
hand hinging.
10. Power Supply:
a. The main power supply for the fire alarm control panel shall provide 6.0 amps of available
power for the control panel and peripheral devices.
b. Provisions shall be made to allow the audio-visual power to be increased as required by
adding modular expansion audio-visual power supplies.
c. Positive-Temperature-Coefficient (PTC) thermistors, circuit breakers, or other over-current
protection shall be provided on all power outputs. The power supply shall provide an
integral battery charger for use with batteries up to 60 AH or may be used with an external
battery and charger systems. Battery arrangement may be configured in the field.
d. The main power supply shall continuously monitor all field wires for earth ground
conditions, and shall have the following LED indicators:
1) Ground Fault LED.
2) Battery Fail LED.
3) AC Power Fail LED.
e. The main power supply shall operate on 120 VAC, 60 Hz, and shall provide all necessary
power for the FACP.
f.
The main power supply shall provide a battery charger using dual-rate charging techniques
for fast battery recharge.
g. The main power supply shall provide a very low frequency sweep earth detect circuit,
capable of detecting earth faults.
h. The main power supply shall provide meters to indicate battery voltage and charging current.
11. Specific System Operations:
a. Alarm Verification: Each of the intelligent addressable smoke detectors in the system may be
independently selected and enabled to be an alarm verified detector. The alarm verification
delay shall be programmable from 5 to 30 seconds and each detector shall be able to be
selected for verification. The FACP shall keep a count of the number of times that each
detector has entered the verification cycle. These counters may be displayed and reset by the
proper operator commands.
b. Point Disable: Any addressable device or conventional circuit in the system may be enabled
or disabled through the system keypad.
c. Point Read: The system shall be able to display or print the following point status diagnostic
functions:
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d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
D.
1) Device status.
2) Device type.
3) Custom device label.
4) View analog detector values.
5) Device zone assignments.
6) All program parameters.
System Status Reports: Upon command from an operator of the system, a status report will
be generated and printed, listing all system status.
System History Recording and Reporting: The fire alarm control panel shall contain a
history buffer that will be capable of storing up to 1000 events. Up to 200 events shall be
dedicated to alarm and the remaining events are general purpose. Each of these activations
will be stored and time and date stamped with the actual time of the activation. The contents
of the history buffer may be manually reviewed, one event at a time, or printed in its entirety.
The history buffer shall use non-volatile memory.
Automatic Detector Maintenance Alert: The fire alarm control panel shall automatically
interrogate each intelligent detector and shall analyze the detector responses over a period of
time. If any intelligent detector in the system responds with a reading that is above or below
normal limits, then the system will enter the trouble mode, and the particular detector will be
annunciated on the system display, and printed on the optional printer. This feature shall in
no way inhibit the receipt of alarm conditions in the system, nor shall it require any special
hardware, special tools or computer expertise to perform.
The fire alarm control panel shall include a walk test feature. It shall include the ability to
test initiating device circuits and notification appliance circuits from the field without
returning to the panel to reset the system. Operation shall be as follows:
1) Alarming an initiating device shall activate programmed outputs, which are selected to
participate in walk test, for 3 seconds.
2) Introducing a trouble into the initiating device shall activate the programmed outputs for
8 seconds.
3) Walk test shall be selectable on a per device/circuit basis. All devices and circuits
which are not selected for walk test shall continue to provide fire protection and if an
alarm is detected, will exit walk test and activate all programmed alarm functions.
4) All devices tested in walk test shall be recorded in the history buffer.
Supervisory Operation: An alarm from a supervisory device shall cause the appropriate
indication on the 80 character display, light a common supervisory LED, but will not cause
the system to enter the trouble mode.
Signal Silence Operation: The FACP shall have the ability to program each output circuit
(notification, relay, speaker etc) to deactivate upon depression of the signal silence switch.
Non-Alarm Input Operation: Any addressable initiating device in the system may be used as
a non-alarm input to monitor normally-open contact type devices. Non-alarm functions are a
lower priority than fire alarm initiating devices.
System Components:
1. Notification Appliances (Horn/Strobes, Horns):
a. The notification appliances shall be Wheelock Series AS Audible Strobe appliances and
Series AH Audible appliances or approved equals. The Series AS Audible Strobe shall meet
and be listed for UL Standard 1971 (Emergency Devices for the Hearing-Impaired) for
Indoor Fire Protection Service. The Series AH Audible shall be UL listed under Standard
464 (Fire Protective Signaling). The audible/strobe shall be listed for indoor use and both
shall meet the requirements of FCC Part 15 Class B. All inputs shall be compatible with
standard reverse polarity supervision of circuit wiring by a Fire Alarm Control Panels
(FACP).
b. The audible portion of the appliance shall have a minimum of three (3) field selectable
settings for dBA levels and shall have a choice of continuous or temporal (Code 3) audible
outputs.
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c.
The strobe portion of the appliance shall produce a flash rate of one (1) flash per second over
the Regulated Voltage Range and shall incorporate a Xenon flashtube enclosed in a rugged
polycarbonate lens. The Series AS shall be of low current design and shall have Zero Inrush.
Where wall mount, Multi-Candela appliances are specified, the strobe intensity shall have a
minimum of four (4) field selectable settings and shall be rated per UL 1971 for 15, 30, 75, or
110 candela. The selector switch for selecting the candela shall be tamper resistant and not
accessible from the front of the appliance. The 15/75 candela strobe shall be specified when
15 candela UL 1971 listing with 75 candela on axis is required (e.g. ADA compliance). For
ceiling mount applications, the strobe intensity shall be 15, 30, 75 or 100 candela.
d. All strobes shall be synchronized.
2. Visual Notification Appliances (Strobes):
a. The visual notification appliances shall be Wheelock Series RRS Strobe appliances or
approved equals. The Series RRS Strobe shall meet and be listed for UL Standard 1971
(Emergency Devices for the Hearing-Impaired) for Indoor Fire Protection Service. The
strobe shall be listed for indoor use and shall meet the requirements of FCC Part 15 Class B.
The strobe appliances shall produce a flash rate of one (1) flash per second over the
Regulated Voltage Range and shall incorporate a Xenon flashtube enclosed in a rugged
polycarbonate lens. All inputs shall be compatible with standard reverse polarity supervision
of circuit wiring by a Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP). When strobe plates are to be
installed, they shall be the Wheelock Series RSSP strobe plate and shall have the same
electronic circuitry as the Wheelock Series RSS.
b. The Series RRS strobe shall be of low current design and shall have Zero Inrush. Where wall
mount, Multi-Candela appliances are specified, the strobe intensity shall have a minimum of
four (4) field selectable settings and shall be rated per UL 1971 for 15, 30, 75, or 110
candela. The selector switch for selecting the candela shall be tamper resistant and not
accessible from the front of the appliance. The 15/75 candela strobe shall be specified when
15 candela UL 1971 listing with 75 candela on axis is required (e.g. ADA compliance). For
ceiling mount applications, the strobe intensity shall be 15, 30, 75 or 100 candela.
c. All strobes shall be synchronized.
d. Where tamper resistant strobes are indicated on the Contract Documents provide a solid clear
UV stabilized polycarbonate cover with tamper proof hardware. Cover shall be UL listed.
3. Alphanumeric LCD Type Annunciator:
a. The alphanumeric display annunciator shall be a supervised, remotely located back-lit LCD
display containing a minimum of eighty (80) characters for alarm annunciation in clear
English text.
b. The LCD annunciator shall display all alarm and trouble conditions in the system.
c. An audible indication of alarm shall be integral to the alphanumeric display.
d. The display shall be UL listed for fire alarm application.
e. It shall be possible to connect up to 32 LCD displays and be capable of wiring distances up to
6,000 feet from the control panel.
f.
The annunciator shall connect to a separate, dedicated "terminal mode" EIA-485 interface.
This is a two-wire loop connection and shall be capable of distances to 6,000 feet (1828m).
Each terminal mode LCD display shall mimic the main control panel.
g. The system shall allow a minimum of 32 terminal mode LCD annunciators. Up to 10 LCD
annunciators shall be capable of the following system functions: Acknowledge, Signal
Silence and Reset which shall be protected from unauthorized use by a keyswitch or
password.
4. Field Wiring Terminal Blocks: Screw terminals, with sufficient capacity for #18 to #12 AWG
wire.
E.
System Components - Addressable Devices:
1. Addressable Devices – General:
a. Addressable devices shall use simple to install and maintain decade (numbered 0 to 9) type
address switches.
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b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Detectors shall be intelligent (analog) and addressable, and shall connect with two wires to
the fire alarm control panel signaling line circuits.
c. Addressable smoke and thermal detectors shall provide dual alarm and power/polling LEDs.
Both LEDs shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the detector is operational and
in regular communication with the control panel, and both LEDs shall be placed into steady
illumination by the control panel, indicating that an alarm condition has been detected. If
required, the LED flash shall have the ability to be removed from the system program. An
output connection shall also be provided in the base to connect an external remote alarm
LED.
d. Using software in the FACP, detectors shall automatically compensate for dust accumulation
and other slow environmental changes that may affect their performance. The detectors shall
be listed by UL as meeting the calibrated sensitivity test requirements of NFPA Standard 72,
Chapter 7.
e. The detectors shall be ceiling-mount and shall include a separate twist-lock base with tamper
proof feature.
f.
The detectors shall provide a test means whereby they will simulate an alarm condition and
report that condition to the control panel. Such a test may be initiated at the detector itself
(by activating a magnetic switch) or initiated remotely on command from the control panel.
g. Detectors shall also store an internal identifying type code that the control panel shall use to
identify the type of device (ION, PHOTO, THERMAL).
h. Detectors shall operate in an analog fashion, where the detector simply measures its designed
environment variable and transmits an analog value to the FACP based on real-time
measured values. The FACP software, not the detector, shall make the alarm/normal
decision, thereby allowing the sensitivity of each detector to be set in the FACP program and
allowing the system operator to view the current analog value of each detector.
i.
Detectors shall provide address-setting means using decimal switches and shall also store an
internal identifying code that the control panel shall use to identify the type of device.
LED(s) shall be provided that shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the device
is operational and is in regular communication with the control panel.
j.
Addressable devices shall provide address-setting means using decimal switches and shall
also store an internal identifying code that the control panel shall use to identify the type of
device. LED(s) shall be provided that shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the
device is operational and is in regular communication with the control panel.
k. A magnetic test switch shall be provided to test detectors and modules. Detectors shall report
an indication of an analog value reaching 100% of the alarm threshold.
Addressable Pull Box (Manual Station):
a. Addressable pull boxes shall send data to the panel representing the state of the manual
switch and the addressable communication module status. They shall use a key operated testreset lock, and shall be designed so that after actual emergency operation, they cannot be
restored to normal use except by the use of a key.
b. All operated stations shall have a positive, visual indication of operation and utilize a key
type reset.
c. Manual stations shall be dual action and be constructed of Lexan with clearly visible
operating instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall appear on the front of the
stations in raised letters, 1-3/4 inches (44 mm) or larger.
Intelligent Photoelectric Smoke Detector: The detectors shall use the photoelectric (lightscattering) principal to measure smoke density and shall, on command from the control panel,
send data to the panel representing the analog level of smoke density.
Intelligent Duct Smoke Detector:
a. The smoke detector housing shall accommodate an intelligent photoelectric detector.
b. All duct smoke detectors shall be provide with Remote Test Indicators. Remote Test
Indicators shall include and red LED to indicate an alarm condition and test switch for
convenient testing of the device.
Addressable Dry Contact Monitor Module:
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a.
Addressable monitor modules shall be provided to connect one supervised IDC zone of
conventional alarm initiating devices (any N.O. dry contact device) to one of the fire alarm
control panel SLCs.
b. The monitor module shall mount in a 4 inch square (101.6 mm square), 2-1/8 inch (54 mm)
deep electrical box.
c.
An LED shall be provided that shall flash under normal conditions, indicating that the
monitor module is operational and in regular communication with the control panel.
6. Addressable Relay Module: Addressable relay modules shall be available for HVAC control
and other building functions. The relay shall be form C and rated for a minimum of 2.0 Amps
resistive or 1.0 Amps inductive. The relay coil shall be magnetically latched to reduce wiring
connection requirements, and to insure that 100% of all auxiliary relay or NACs may be
energized at the same time on the same pair of wires.
2.03
F.
Electromagnetic Door Holders
1. Where indicated on the Contract Documents, provide UL Listed electromagnetic door holder for
door release service. Provide 120 VAC, recess mounted electromagnet and matching armature
contact plate, Notifier FM Series or equal.
G.
Batteries:
1. The batteries shall sealed lead acid type, 12 volt nominal.
2. The battery shall have sufficient capacity to power the fire alarm system for not less than twenty
four hours plus 5 minutes of alarm (audible and visual) upon a normal AC power failure.
3. The batteries are to be completely maintenance free. Fluid level checks for refilling, spills, and
leakage shall not be required.
4. If necessary to meet standby requirements, external battery and charger systems may be used.
H.
Fire Alarm Communicator
1. Provide IP based fire alarm communicator for central station reporting.
2. Communicator shall be UL 864 listed for signaling under ‘Other Transmission Technologies and
shall comply with NFPA 72 requirements.
3. Notifier IPDACT or equal
I.
Approved Manufacturers:
1. Notifier
2. EST
3. Honeywell
4. Or Approved Equal.
WIRE AND CABLE
A.
Wiring shall be in accordance with NFPA 70 and 72 and as recommended by the manufacturer of the
fire alarm system. Number and size of conductors shall be as recommended by the fire alarm system
manufacturer, but not less than 18 AWG for Initiating Device Circuits and Signaling Line Circuits, and
14 AWG for Notification Appliance Circuits.
B.
All wire and cable shall be listed and/or approved by a recognized testing agency for use with a
protective signaling system.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Provide and install the system in accordance with the plans and specifications, all applicable codes and
the manufacturer's recommendations.
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3.02
B.
All fire alarm system wiring shall be installed in raceway. All fire alarm conduit and junction boxes
shall be painted red in unfinished areas (i.e. above ceilings, mechanical rooms, etc.).
C.
Installation of equipment and devices that pertain to other work in the contract shall be closely
coordinated with the appropriate subcontractors.
D.
The contractor shall clean all dirt and debris from the inside and the outside of the fire alarm equipment
after completion of the installation.
E.
The manufacturer's authorized representative shall provide on-site supervision of installation.
F.
Wiring: Pull all conductors splice free. Make all conductor connections under screw terminals.
Provide insulated barrier type terminal strips at junction points. Use of wire nuts, crimped connectors,
or twisting of conductors is prohibited. All conductors shall be individually identified with permanent
markings. All wiring shall be installed in conduit.
G.
All control panels shall be dressed out in a professional manner with all wires running in the vertical or
horizontal plane, making all turns at 90 degree angles and tightly bundled and wire wrapped.
MANUFACTURER’S REPRESENTATIVE
A.
3.03
Furnish the services of a factory –trained fire alarm system manufacturer’s representative or technician,
experienced in the installation and operation of the type of system being provided, to supervise the
installation, testing, including formal testing, adjustment of the system, and instruction to Owner
personnel. Furnish names and phone numbers of the factory-trained fire alarm system representatives or
technicians.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
The service of an engineer or technician authorized by the manufacturer of the fire alarm equipment
shall be provided to technically supervise and participate during all of the adjustments and tests for the
system. All testing shall be in accordance with NFPA 72.
B.
Analog/Addressable Fire Alarm System Tests:
1. Before energizing the cables and wires, check for correct connections and test for short circuits,
ground faults, continuity, and insulation.
2. Close each sprinkler system flow valve and verify proper supervisory alarm at the FACP.
3. Verify activation of all waterflow switches.
4. Open initiating device circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates.
5. Open and short signaling line circuits and verify that the trouble signal actuates.
6. Open and short notification appliance circuits and verify that trouble signal actuates.
7. Ground all circuits and verify response of trouble signals.
8. Check presence and audibility of tone at all alarm notification devices.
9. Check installation, supervision, and operation of all intelligent smoke detectors using the walk
test.
10. Each of the alarm conditions that the system is required to detect should be introduced on the
system. Verify the proper receipt and the proper processing of the signal at the FACP and the
correct activation of the control points.
11. When the system is equipped with optional features, the manufacturer's manual shall be
consulted to determine the proper testing procedures. This is intended to address such items as
verifying controls performed by individually addressed or grouped devices, sensitivity
monitoring, verification functionality and similar.
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3.04
3.05
ACCEPTANCE TESTING
A.
Preliminary Tests: Conduct the following tests during installation of wiring and system components.
Correct any deficiencies pertaining to these requirements prior to formal functional and operational tests
of the system.
1. Smoke and Thermal Sensor Tests: Prior to formal inspection and tests, clean and perform
sensitivity tests on each smoke and thermal sensor. Clean the smoke and thermal sensors in
accordance with the manufacturer’s recommended procedures. Perform voltage activation
sensitivity test on each sensor and record the results. Remove sensors with a sensitivity level
above or below the UL accepted sensitivity range for that sensor and replace with new sensors.
Present recorded data at the formal inspection for verification. Approved copies shall become
part of the operations and maintenance manual for the fire alarm system.
2. Duct Detector Differential Pressure Test: Measure and record the observed differential pressure
between sampling tubes with completed HVAC system operating normally to verify airflow
requirements through detector housing. Perform test on smoke detector heads as specified above
for smoke detectors.
B.
Field Inspection and Test: Before final acceptance of the work, test each system to demonstrate
compliance with the contract requirement. Each system shall be subjected, at minimum, to complete
functional and operational tests including tests in place of each smoke sensor and detector, each
terminal sensor, each manual station and visual and audio/visual devices, tests of wiring supervision and
tests of control panel functions. Preliminary tests shall be performed in accordance with manufacturer’s
published testing instructions and in accordance with NFPA 72. Furnish one extra Operations and
Maintenance Manual with the formal request for final acceptance testing. The system shall be
operational, with no trouble or alarm conditions, a minimum of 14 consecutive days prior to formal
tests. Printer shall be operational during the preliminary tests and break-in period. Provide printer
records with the request for formal inspection as evidence of completion of required preliminary tests.
C.
Final Inspection and Test: The Owner’s Representative will witness formal tests after receipt of written
certification that preliminary tests have been completed and that the system is ready for final inspection.
The system manufacturer’s technical representative shall be present for the final inspection and test. At
minimum, preliminary tests shall be repeated and functional and operation tests shall be repeated, as
requested by Owner’s Representative or the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Contractor shall provide
two-way radios, personnel and test equipment required for conducting tests. Smoke detectors shall be
tested using the manufacturer’s calibrated test method. With the request for final inspection and
testing, provide a printed record of the preliminary testing. The contractor shall provide a printer for
final inspection and testing.
TRAINING
A.
The contractor shall provide training for the fire alarm system within 6 weeks of final acceptance of the
systems.
B.
Training shall be conducted on site and shall be scheduled with the Owner.
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