Cable specifications - City of Port St. Lucie

Category 6A System
City of Port St Lucie IT Specification
May 2014
Rev 3.1
Preface
The specified system is an unshielded balanced twisted-pair cabling system designed for 10 Gb/s
networking environments. Typical deployments include data centers, commercial buildings, and
institutional sites (e.g., health care, education, military).
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Acronyms
AHJ
Authority having jurisdiction
ANEXT
Alien near-end crosstalk
ANSI
American National Standards
Institute
ASTM
LC
Limited combustible
LSOH
Low smoke zero halogen
LSZH
Low smoke zero halogen
American Society for Testing and
Materials
m
Meter(s)
MHz
Megahertz
AWG
American wire gauge
mm
Millimeter(s)
BICSI
Building Industry Consulting
Service International
N
Newton(s)
NEXT
Near-end crosstalk
C
Celsius
nF
Nanofarad(s)
CDT
Cable Design Technologies
ns
Nanosecond(s)
CMP
Communications plenum
NVP
Nominal velocity of propagation
CMR
Communications riser
OD
Outside diameter
CP
Consolidation point
PCB
Printed circuit board
CSC
Construction Specifications Canada
PE
Professional Engineer
CSI
The Construction Specifications
Institute
pF
Picofarad(s)
CSV
Certified System Vendor
PSACRF
Power-sum attenuation-to-crosstalk
ratio far-end
dB
Decibel(s)
PSAACRF
DC
Direct current
Power-sum attenuation-to-alien
crosstalk ratio far-end
EF
Entrance facility
PSANEXT
Power-sum alien near-end crosstalk
EIA
Electronic Industries Alliance
ELFEXT
Equal level far-end crosstalk
PSELFEXT Power-sum equal level far-end
crosstalk
ER
Equipment room
PSNEXT
Power-sum near-end crosstalk
F
Fahrenheit
RFQ
Request for quote
ft
Foot/feet
TBB
Telecommunications bonding
backbone
Gb/s
Gigabits per second
TDR
Time domain reflectometer
IBDN
Integrated Building Distribution
Network
TE
Telecommunications enclosure
IDC
Insulation displacement contact
TGB
Telecommunications grounding
busbar
IEC
International Electrotechnical
Commission
TIA
Telecommunications Industry
Association
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers
TMGB
Telecommunications main
grounding busbar
in
Inch(es)
TO
ISO
International Organization for
Standardization
Telecommunications
outlet/connector
TR
Telecommunications room
kg
Kilogram(s)
U
Rack unit [45 mm (1.75 in)]
lb
Pound(s)
UL
Underwriters Laboratories
lbf
Pound-force
WA
Work area
Table of Contents
DIVISION 27 – COMMUNICATIONS......................................................................................... 1
27 00 00
COMMUNICATIONS ........................................................................................... 1
27 05 00
COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR COMMUNICATIONS .................................. 1
27 05 26
Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems................................... 1
27 05 28
Pathways for Communications Systems ......................................................... 2
27 05 53
Identification for Communications Systems..................................................... 2
27 08 00
COMMISSIONING OF COMMUNICATIONS...................................................... 3
27 08 01
System Documentation.................................................................................... 3
27 08 02
Test Results Documentation............................................................................ 3
27 08 03
As-Built Drawings ............................................................................................ 4
27 10 00
STRUCTURED CABLING................................................................................... 5
27 10 01
Scope............................................................................................................... 5
27 10 02
Regulatory References .................................................................................... 5
27 10 03
General Condition – Approved Vendor............................................................ 7
27 10 04
General Condition – Approved Installer........................................................... 7
27 10 05
General Condition – Approved Products ......................................................... 8
27 10 07
Work Included .................................................................................................. 8
27 10 08
Drawings Specifications................................................................................... 9
27 10 09
Pre-Project Submittals ................................................................................... 10
27 10 10
Delivery, Storage, and Handling .................................................................... 10
27 10 11
Structured Cabling Overview ......................................................................... 11
27 10 13
Warranty and Services .................................................................................. 13
27 11 00
COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT ROOM FITTINGS..................................... 15
27 11 13
Communications Entrance Protection ........................................................... 15
27 11 16
Communications Cabinets, Racks, Frames, and Enclosures ....................... 15
27 11 19
Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels............................... 16
27 13 00
27 13 13
27 15 00
COMMUNICATIONS BACKBONE CABLING.................................................. 18
Communications Copper Backbone Cabling................................................. 18
COMMUNICATIONS HORIZONTAL CABLING............................................... 19
27 15 13
Communications Copper Horizontal Cabling................................................. 19
27 15 43
Communications Faceplates and Connectors............................................... 21
27 16 00
27 16 19
COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTING CORDS, DEVICES, AND ADAPTERS. 25
Communications Patch Cords, Station Cords, and Cross-Connect Wire ..... 25
ANNEX A: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION .............................................................................. 26
DIVISION 07 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION ................................................. 26
07 80 00
FIRE AND SMOKE PROTECTION................................................................... 26
07 84 00
FIRESTOPPING ................................................................................................ 26
07 84 13
Penetration Firestopping................................................................................ 26
DIVISION 27 – COMMUNICATIONS
27 00 00
Communications
27 05 00
Common Work Results for Communications
27 05 26
Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems
NOTE: If grounding and bonding does not need to be specified, remove Section 27 05 26.
27 05 26.01
GENERAL
27 05 26.01.A
The facility shall be equipped with a telecommunications bonding
backbone (TBB). This backbone shall be used to ground all
telecommunications cable shields, racks, cabinets, raceways, and other
associated hardware that has the potential to act as a current-carrying
conductor. The TBB shall be installed independent of the building’s
electrical and building ground and shall be designed in accordance with
the recommendations found in ANSI-J-STD-607-A, Commercial Building
Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications.
27 05 26.01.B
The main entrance facility/equipment room (EF/ER) in each building shall
be equipped with a telecommunications main grounding busbar (TMGB).
Each telecommunications enclosure (TE) and/or telecommunications
room (TR) shall be provided with a telecommunications grounding busbar
(TGB). The TMGB shall be connected to the building electrical entrance
grounding facility. The intent is to provide a telecommunications grounding
system that is equal in potential to the building electrical grounding
system. This will minimize ground loop current potential between
telecommunications equipment and the electrical system that supplies
power to the equipment.
27 05 26.01.C
All metal equipment racks, cabinets, backboards, cable shields, strength
members, splice cases, cable trays, and the like entering or residing in
TEs/TRs/ERs/EFs shall be grounded to the appropriate TGB/TMGB using
a minimum 6 AWG stranded copper bonding conductor and compression
connectors.
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27 05 26.01.D
All wires used for telecommunications grounding purposes shall be
identified with green insulation or green tape. Non-insulated wires shall be
identified at each termination point using green tape. All cables and
busbars shall be identified and labeled in accordance with ANSI-J-STD607-A.
27 05 26.02
GROUNDING AND BONDING SYSTEM INSTALLATION
27 05 26.02.A
The TBB shall be designed and/or approved by a qualified Professional
Engineer (PE), licensed in the jurisdiction where the work is to be
performed. The TBB shall adhere to the recommendations found in
ANSI-J-STD-607-A and shall be installed in accordance with industry best
practices.
27 05 26.02.B
A licensed electrical contractor shall perform the installation and
termination of the main bonding conductor to the building service entrance
ground.
27 05 28
Pathways for Communications Systems
NOTE: If a design for pathways is to be specified, add appropriate wording to the following
sections. Otherwise, delete Section 27 05 28.
27 05 28.29
HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
27 05 28.33
CONDUITS AND BACKBOXES FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
27 05 28.36
CABLE TRAYS FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
27 05 28.39
SURFACE RACEWAYS FOR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
27 05 53
Identification for Communications Systems
27 05 53.01
GENERAL
27 05 53.01.A
Labeling shall be in accordance with the recommendations found in
TIA/EIA-606-A, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation guides,
and industry best practices.
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27 08 00
Commissioning of Communications
27 08 01
System Documentation
27 08 01.01
GENERAL
27 08 01.01.A
Upon completion of the installation, the successful bidder shall provide
three comprehensive sets of documentation to the owner of the System for
approval. Documentation shall include the items detailed below.
27 08 01.01.B
Documentation shall be submitted within 10 working days of the
completion of each testing phase (e.g., subsystem, area, floor). This
includes all test results and draft as-built drawings. Draft drawings may
include hand-written annotations. Printer-generated (final) copies of all
drawings shall be submitted within 30 working days of the completion of
each testing phase. The successful bidder shall provide copies of the
original test results in electronic format, for example a Fluke Networks
(*.flw) Linkware file or a Microsoft Excel (*.xls) file.
27 08 01.01.C
The City of Port St. Lucie may request a 10% random field re-test of the
installed cabling system (at no additional cost) to verify documented
findings. If the re-test findings contradict the documentation submitted by
the successful bidder, additional testing can be requested to the extent
deemed necessary by the owner of the System, including a 100% re-test.
This testing shall be at no additional cost to the owner of the System.
27 08 02
Test Results Documentation
27 08 02.01
GENERAL
27 08 02.01.A
The test equipment shall meet the requirements found in ANSI/TIA-568B.2-10-2008 – Transmission Performance Specifications for 4-pair 100 Ω
Augmented Category 6 Cabling.
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27 08 02.01.B
Test documentation shall be provided on permanent media within three
weeks after the completion of the project. The media shall be clearly
marked on the outside front cover with the words “Project Test
Documentation”, the project name, and the date of completion (month and
year). The results shall include a record of test frequencies, cable type,
conductor pair and cable (or connector) ID, measurement direction,
reference setup, and technician name(s). The test equipment name,
manufacturer, model number, serial number, software version, and last
calibration date will also be provided. Unless the manufacturer specifies a
more frequent calibration cycle, proof of annual calibration must be
documented for all test equipment used in this installation.
27 08 02.01.C
Printouts generated for each cable by the test equipment shall be
submitted as part of the documentation package. Alternately, the
successful bidder may furnish this information in electronic format on
permanent media. The media shall contain the electronic equivalent of the
test results as defined by the bid specification, in a file format compatible
with Microsoft Word (version 6.0) or Microsoft Excel (2002 or later
version).
27 08 02.01.D
When repairs and re-tests are performed, the problem(s) found and the
corrective action(s) taken shall be noted. Both the failed and passed test
results shall be documented including test data at all frequency points and
graphs.
27 08 03
As-Built Drawings
27 08 03.01
GENERAL
27 08 03.01.A
Drawings must include cable routes and telecommunications
outlet/connector (TO) locations. Each TO location shall be referenced by
its unique identifier. Numbering, icons, and drawing conventions used shall
be consistent throughout all documentation provided. The owner of the
System will provide floor plans in paper and electronic (DWG, AutoCAD
Release 14) formats, to which as-built construction information can be
added. These documents will be modified accordingly by the successful
bidder to denote as-built information as defined above and returned to the
owner of the System.
27 08 03.01.B
The successful bidder shall annotate the base drawings and provide both
print (same plot size as originals) and electronic (AutoCAD Release 14)
versions of the modified files.
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Structured Cabling
27 10 01
Scope
27 10 01.01
GENERAL
27 10 01.01.A
This document describes the requirements for furnishing and installing a
telecommunications cabling infrastructure for the City of Port St Lucie. A
balanced twisted-pair cabling system capable of supporting 10 Gb/s
networking is described.
27 10 01.01.B
All cables and related support, termination, and grounding hardware shall
be furnished, installed, tested, labeled, and documented by the successful
bidder as detailed in this document.
27 10 01.01.C
General product specifications, design considerations, and installation
guidelines are provided in this document. Specific site-related
requirements are provided as an attachment to this document. In case of
conflict, this document shall take precedence. The successful bidder shall
meet or exceed all requirements for the cabling system described in this
document.
27 10 02
Regulatory References
27 10 02.01
GENERAL
27 10 02.01.A
All workmanship and materials shall be in full conformance with applicable
building, electrical, and other codes, as determined by the authority having
jurisdiction (AHJ).
27 10 02.01.B
All cabling system components shall be Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Listed and shall be marked as such. In cases where UL has no published
standards for a component, any equivalent national independent testing
standard shall apply and the item shall be appropriately marked. Where
UL has an applicable system listing and label, the entire system shall be
labeled.
27 10 02.02
REFERENCE LIST
27 10 02.02.A
The product specifications, design considerations, and installation
guidelines provided in this document are in part derived from
recommendations found in recognized telecommunications industry
standards. The following are used as reference:
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1. Spaces and Pathways
ISO/IEC 18010:2006 – Pathways and Spaces for Customer Premises
Cabling
TIA-569-B (2009) – Commercial Building Standard for
Telecommunications Pathways and Spaces
TIA-942 (2010) – Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data
Centers
2. Grounding
ANSI-J-STD-607-A (2002) – Commercial Building Grounding
(Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications
3. Cabling Systems
ISO/IEC 11801 2nd Edition 12/07/07 Information Technology –
Generic cabling for Customer Premises
TIA-1152 (2009), Requirements for Field Test Instruments and
Measurements for Balance Twisted-Pair Cabling
TIA-568-C.0 (2009) and associated Addenda – Commercial
Telecommunications Cabling for Customer Premises
TIA-568-C.1 (2009) and associated Addenda – Commercial Building
Telecommunications Cabling Standard, Part 1: General Requirements
TIA-568-C.2 (2009) –Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications
Cabling and Components Standards
TIA/EIA-862 (2008) – Building Automation Systems Cabling Standard
for Commercial Buildings
TIA/EIA-942 (2010) – Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for
Data Centers
4. Cabling Administration
ISO/IEC 14763-1:2004 – Implementation and Operation of Customer
Premises Cabling – Part 1: Administration
TIA/EIA-606-A (2008) – Administration Standard for Commercial
Telecommunications Infrastructure
5. Networking
IEEE Standard 802.3an (2006) – 10GBASE-T (10 Gb/s Ethernet
operations over balanced twisted-pair cabling)
6. Design
BICSI Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) –
th
12 edition (2009)
7. Installation
BICSI Information Transport Systems Installation Manual (ITSIM) –
th
5 edition (2008)
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27 10 02.02.B
In cases where product specifications, design considerations, and
installation guidelines provided in this document are in conflict with the
references listed above, the more stringent requirements shall apply. All
references listed above were current during development of this
publication. The bidder is responsible for referencing to the most recent
releases when developing bid proposals.
27 10 02.02.C
This document does not take precedence over any code, either partially or
wholly.
27 10 03
General Condition – Approved Vendor
27 10 03.01
GENERAL
27 10 03.01.A
The bidder must be an authorized reseller/installer of the System. The
bidder must have successfully completed all design and installation
training provided by the manufacturer of the System.
27 10 03.01.B
The bidder shall demonstrate proven expertise in the implementation of
network cabling. Expertise can be illustrated through the inclusion of
details of at least three projects involving the design and installation of a
Category 6, or Augmented Category 6 (Category 6A) balanced twistedpair cabling system within the past two-year period. Names and contact
information for each of the three projects shall be included.
27 10 03.01.C
The successful bidder shall hereinafter be referred to as the Vendor.
27 10 03.01.D
The Vendor shall accept complete responsibility for the design, installation,
acceptance testing, and certification of the System.
27 10 03.01.E
The Vendor shall provide proof of its current authorized reseller/installer
status and shall deliver the final warranty for the installed System.
27 10 04
General Condition – Approved Installer
27 10 04.01
GENERAL
27 10 04.01.A
The installation of the System shall be performed by direct employees of
the Vendor.
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27 10 04.01.B
27 10 05
All installation and testing shall be performed by an authorized
reseller/installer and supervised by individuals qualified to install and test
the System, in accordance with the manufacturer requirements. The
supervisor(s) shall have successfully completed installation training
provided by the manufacturer.
General Condition – Approved Products
27 10 05.01
APPROVED PRODUCTS: ALL CONDITIONS MUST BE MET FOR
APPROVAL
27 10 05.01.A
Approved balanced twisted-pair cable: Category 6A rating, 23awg., Solid
Bare Copper Conductors or Bonded Pair Conductors, Polyolefin Insulation
or FEP Insulation, 4 twisted pairs, H-Spline Center Member, Ripcord, PVC
or Flamarrest Jacket
27 10 05.01.B
Approved connectors: Category 6A rated, RJ45, Keystone footprint,
Flexible Printed Circuit Board with 50u inch Gold over Nickel front
connection, Phosphor Bronze with Tin Plating over Nickel IDC Rear
Connection, Plastic –UL94V-0 Connector Body, Plastic element to hold
cable pairs at right angles, Insulation Displacement Contacts (IDC) at 90
degree angles to neighboring IDC, Front termination- mated connection
with 750 cycle durability, Rear termination – IDC connection with 20
termination durability, Cable/Connector Retention – 15lbs.,
Connector/Hardware Retention – 20lbs., Plug/Connector Retention11.25lbs.
27 10 05.01.C
Approved patch panels: TIA Category 6A, Titanium, Rear termination, XBar termination, ISO Class EA
27 10 05.01.D
Approved cordage: Category 6A, 4-pair 23 AWG UTP, bonded-pair,
transmission performance up to 625 MHz
27 10 05.02
EQUIVALENT PRODUCTS
27 10 05.02.A
To qualify for final System warranty, only products made or approved by
the manufacturer of the System shall be used to ensure the end-to-end
performance of the System.
27 10 07
27 10 07.01
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Work Included
GENERAL
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27 10 07.01.A
The work included consists of all labor, equipment, products, and supplies
required to design, install, test, and certify the System in compliance with
project specifications.
27 10 07.01.B
The work included consists of (but is not limited to) the following:
1. Pre-registration of project with the manufacturer of the System as
necessary.
2. Furnishing and installation of a complete balanced twisted-pair
telecommunications cabling infrastructure capable of supporting
Gigabit networking.
3. Furnishing, installation of, and termination of all cabling runs.
4. Furnishing and installation of all TOs, patch panels, and cordage.
5. Furnishing and installation of all required cabinets and/or racks in TEs,
TRs, and/or ERs.
6. Furnishing of any other material required to implement a complete
system.
7. Testing all installed cabling runs and furnishing a summary report
confirming the Pass status of each run.
8. Furnishing all test and labeling information in both electronic and paper
formats.
9. Providing training and complete documentation, including the a User
Manual, Application Guidelines, and as-built drawings.
27 10 08
Drawings Specifications
27 10 08.01
GENERAL
27 10 08.01.A
All drawings and plans provided with this document are diagrammatic.
They are included to show the scope of the project in order to assist in the
development of bid documents. The Vendor shall make allowances in the
bid proposals to cover the work required to comply with the intent of the
drawings and plans.
27 10 08.01.B
The Vendor shall verify all dimensions at the site and is responsible for
their accuracy.
27 10 08.01.C
Prior to submitting a bid, the Vendor shall indicate:
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1. Any specified materials the Vendor believes to be inadequate.
2. Any necessary items of work omitted from the bid specification.
27 10 09
Pre-Project Submittals
27 10 09.01
GENERAL
27 10 09.01.A
Under the provisions of this document and prior to the start of work, the
Vendor shall:
1. Submit proof of authorized reseller/installer status of their company
with the System manufacturer and the names of all individuals that will
be performing the installation and testing to the owner of the System.
2. Submit details of all cabling system products to be used to the owner
of the System.
27 10 09.01.B
Work shall not be performed without the written approval of the submitted
items by the owner of the System.
27 10 09.01.C
The Vendor must obtain approval from the manufacturer and from the
owner of the System for any substitution of submitted products. No
substituted items shall be installed without written approval.
27 10 10
Delivery, Storage, and Handling
27 10 10.01
GENERAL
27 10 10.01.A
Delivery and receipt of project materials shall be determined for each
project.
27 10 10.01.B
All cable to be used in the project shall be stored according to
manufacturer’s recommendations. In addition, all cable must be stored in a
protected area. If cable is stored outside, it must be covered with opaque
plastic or canvas for protection from the elements, with adequate
ventilation to prevent condensation. If air temperature at the cable storage
location will be below 4.4 °C (40 °F), the cable shall be moved to a heated
location [minimum 10 °C (50 °F)]. If necessary, cable shall be stored offsite at the Vendor’s expense.
27 10 10.01.C
If the Vendor intends to provide a trailer on-site for the storage of project
materials, prior approval must be obtained from the owner of the System.
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Structured Cabling Overview
27 10 11.01
GENERAL
27 10 11.01.A
The system chosen shall meet the following specifications:
1. The balanced twisted-pair cabling system shall be available in bonded
pair and non-bonded pair configurations.
2. The balanced twisted-pair cabling system shall support 10 Gb/s
networking and shall provide guaranteed performance up to 625 MHz
for a worst-case 4-connector, 100 m (328 ft) channel.
NOTE: 4-connector refers to one TO, one consolidation point (CP),
and two cross-connect panels in a TE/TR/ER (one for
horizontal cables and one for equipment pigtails).
27 10 11.01.B
At a minimum, the balanced twisted-pair cabling system will exceed the
key performance parameters for Augmented Category 6A found in TIA568-C.2 (2009) – Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and
Components Standards over the specified frequency ranges by the values
listed below.
Parameter
Insertion loss
Worst Case Margin
(1 – 500 MHz)
Worst Case Margin
(500 – 625 MHz)
3%
Beyond Standard (*)
Return loss
2.0 dB
Beyond Standard (*)
NEXT
2.5 dB
Beyond Standard (*)
PSNEXT
3.5 dB
1.5 dB(*)
PSANEXT
2.0 dB
2.0 dB(*)
10.0 dB
8.0 dB(*)
PSACRF
PSAACRF
Beyond Standard
Beyond Standard (*)
Note: The Margin is the additional headroom (in dB or %) compared to the minimum specified value
for Category 6A at each frequency point over the specified frequency range. The Worst Case
Margin is determined at the frequency where the measured data point is closest to the limit line. The
Category 6A limit line equations are used to determine the Worst Case Margin over the frequency
range from 500 MHz to 625 MHz.
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NEXT = Near-end crosstalk
PSACRF = Power-sum attenuation-to-crosstalk ratio far-end
PSAACRF = Power-sum alien attenuation-to-crosstalk ratio far-end
PSANEXT = Power-sum alien near-end crosstalk
PSNEXT = Power-sum near-end crosstalk
NOTE: The values listed above are characterized as “Margin” or “Guaranteed
Headroom” beyond the performance specified in standards, and serve as additional
assurance of the cabling system’s performance after installation and over its operational
lifespan.
(*) Value proposed or statement represent guaranteed margin against TIA-568-C.2 (2009)
– Balanced Twisted-Pair Telecommunications Cabling and Components Standards
extrapolated to 625MHz.
27 10 12
Testing and Acceptance
27 10 12.01
GENERAL
27 10 12.01.A
All terminated cabling runs shall be 100% tested for defects in installation
and to verify cabling system performance under installed conditions
according to the requirements found in the TIA/EIA-568-C series of
standards. All pairs in each installed cable shall be verified prior to system
acceptance. Any defect in the cabling system installation, including (but
not limited to) cables, connectors, patch panels, and cordage shall be
repaired or replaced in order to ensure 100% usability of all installed runs.
27 10 12.02
COPPER CHANNEL TESTING
27 10 12.02.A
All balanced twisted-pair cable links shall be tested for basic continuity and
length, as indicated below. Additional testing shall be performed to verify
compliance with Category 6A performance for the parameters listed in
Section 27 10 11.01.B of this document. The extent of testing shall be in
accordance with the end-customer's testing requirements, with 100%
testing of permanent links for Insertion Loss, Return Loss, NEXT, PSNEXT
and PSACRF. These tests are performed at the same time as the
Continuity test using an automated tester, such as the Fluke DTX1800.
27 10 12.02.B
Continuity – Each pair in every installed cabling run shall be tested using a
test set that detects and identifies opens, shorts, polarity and pair
reversals, crossed pairs, and split pairs. The results shall be recorded as
Pass/Fail (as indicated by the test set) and referenced to the appropriate
cable identification number and circuit/pair number. Any fault shall be
corrected and the run re-tested prior to final acceptance.
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27 10 12.02.C
Length – Every installed cabling run shall be tested for installed length
using a time domain reflectometer (TDR) device. The cable length shall
not exceed 90 m (295 ft). The cable length shall be recorded, referencing
the cable identification number and circuit/pair number.
27 10 12.03
CATEGORY 6A PERFORMANCE TESTING
27 10 12.03.A
Category 6A performance testing shall be done according to the
requirements of TIA-568-C.2 and TIA-1152.
27 10 12.03.B
Additional testing parameters to verify compliance with System are listed
in Section 27 10 11.01.B of this document.
27 10 12.03.C
Of the parameters referenced in Section 27 10 12.01.A, 27 10 12.03.A and
27 10 12.03.B, it is understood that alien crosstalk parameters cannot be
100% tested using current field test equipment. Alien crosstalk of Category
6A permanent links or channels are intended to be met by design. For
verification purposes, the number of permanent links or channels to be
tested as “disturbed” or “victim” is 1% of the total number of permanent
links or channels in the installation or 5, whichever is greater.
27 10 13
Warranty and Services
27 10 13.01
QUALIFICATION OF SYSTEM
27 10 13.01.A
The installed System shall be covered by a certification and warranty,
issued by the manufacturer and delivered by the Vendor.
27 10 13.01.B
Telecommunications spaces and pathways in new buildings or in those
buildings having undergone major renovations in the preceding three
years should conform to the recommendations outlined in TIA-569-B. In
cases of installation in restrictive spaces and pathways (where it is not
possible to implement the standards-based recommendations), no cabling
run shall exceed 90 m (295 ft) in length nor be installed in any manner that
limits the performance of the System.
27 10 13.01.C
The installed System shall conform to all applicable local building and
electrical codes.
27 10 13.02
CERTIFICATION
27 10 13.02.A
To qualify for System Certification, the System shall be designed, installed,
and tested by an authorized reseller/installer partner of the manufacturer
of the system.
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27 10 13.02.B
To qualify for System Certification, the installed cabling system shall fully
comply with all relevant manufacturer design and applications guidelines,
including any pre-approved deviations.
27 10 13.02.C
To qualify for System Certification, only products made or approved by the
System manufacturer shall be used to ensure the end-to-end performance
of the System.
27 10 13.03
25-YEAR COMPONENT WARRANTY
27 10 13.03.A
The System Certification shall provide a twenty-five (25) year warranty for
all Manufacturer-built passive components used in the installed System.
Defective and/or improperly installed products shall be replaced and/or
reinstalled at no cost to the owner of the System.
27 10 13.04
LIFETIME APPLICATION ASSURANCE
27 10 13.04.A
The System Certification shall provide the assurance that all present and
future commercially available applications engineered for the performance
level of the installed cabling system in accordance published standards will
work for the lifetime of the certified System.
27 10 13.04.B
Should the certified System fail to support the networking technologies
designed to operate over it—at the time of cutover, during subsequent
use, or after upgrading active network devices (e.g., migrating to Gigabit
Ethernet switches from 100 Mb/s Ethernet switches)— the manufacturer
and the Vendor shall take prompt corrective action.
27 10 13.05
OWNER RESPONSIBILITY
27 10 13.05.A
The Vendor shall provide a User Manual to the owner of the System. This
document describes essential system elements and specifies the owner’s
responsibilities for maintaining the integrity of the installed cabling system
over time. The User Manual contains guidelines for cabling system
modifications (e.g., relocations, additions, changes to services), in addition
to labeling and record-keeping maintenance requirements.
27 10 13.05.B
The owner of the System accepts that the benefits offered by System
Certification are revoked if non-approved products are introduced to the
installed System. To regain System Certification in such cases, a Vendor
must apply and validate all corrective modifications deemed necessary by
the Manufacturer.
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27 11 00
Communications Equipment Room Fittings
27 11 13
Communications Entrance Protection
NOTE: If entrance protection does not need to be specified, remove Section 27 11 13.
27 11 13.01
COPPER CABLE PROTECTION UNITS
27 11 13.01.A
All copper circuits shall be provided with an entrance cable protector panel
for electrical protection. All building-to-building circuits shall be routed
through this protector. The protector shall be equipped with a 6 AWG
copper bonding conductor between the protector ground lug and the
approved ground point.
27 11 16
Communications Cabinets, Racks, Frames, and Enclosures
NOTE: If cabinets, racks, frames, and enclosures do not need to be specified, remove
Section 27 11 16.
27 11 16.01
RACKS
27 11 16.01.A
All racks shall provide cable management and support elements for
cordage at the front of the rack. They shall also provide cable
management, support, and protection elements for the cables and/or
equipment pigtails placed along the legs of the rack.
27 11 16.01.B
Any free-standing rack shall be a knock-down rack assembly equipped
with two vertical and two universal channels.
27 11 16.02
RACK INSTALLATION
27 11 16.02.A
Racks shall be securely attached to the concrete floor using a minimum
9.5 mm (0.375 in) hardware or as required by local codes.
27 11 16.02.B
Racks shall be placed with a minimum of 914 mm (36 in) clearance from
the walls on all sides of the rack. When mounted in a row, there shall be a
minimum of 914 mm (36 in) clearance from the wall behind the racks, in
front of the row of racks, and from the walls at the ends of the row.
27 11 16.02.C
All racks shall be grounded to the TGB in accordance with
Section 27 05 26 of this document.
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NOTE: If grounding and bonding does not need to be specified, remove
Section 27 11 16.02.C.
27 11 16.02.D
Rack-mount fasteners not used for installing patch panels and other
hardware shall be bagged and left with the rack upon completion of the
installation.
27 11 16.02.E
Rack-mount termination equipment shall be installed in accordance with
the manufacturer’s recommendations and installation guides.
27 11 16.02.F
Wall-mount termination equipment shall be installed on
1.2 m x 2.4 m x 19 mm (4 ft x 8 ft x 0.75 in) void-free plywood.
The plywood shall be mounted 0.3 m (1 ft) above the finished floor. The
plywood shall be painted with two coats of white, fire-retardant paint.
27 11 16.02.G
Wall-mount termination equipment shall be installed in accordance with
the manufacturer’s recommendations and installation guides.
27 11 19
Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels
27 11 19.03
PATCH PANELS
27 11 19.03.A
The patch panel system shall provide a centralized termination,
identification, and service assignment point for Category 6A cabling and
cordage in TEs/TRs/ERs.
27 11 19.03.B
The patch panels used to terminate the 4-pair balanced twisted-pair cable
shall have the following characteristics:
1. The patch panels shall be available in 24-port 1U, 48-port 1U, 48-port
2U, and 72-port 2U configurations.
2. The cord management system for the patch panel shall not occupy
additional rack space [i.e., zero (0) U].
3. The patch panels shall be equipped with 24, 48, or 72 connectors.
The connectors shall have the characteristics described in
Section 27 15 43 03 of this document.
4. The transmission characteristics of the patch panels will be guaranteed
to 625 MHz for all ports.
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27 11 19.05
COPPER TERMINATION HARDWARE INSTALLATION
27 11 19.05.A
Cables shall be dressed and terminated in accordance with standardsbased recommendations, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation
guides, and industry best practices.
27 11 19.05.B
The twisted pairs shall be guided, positioned and secured at the connector
termination point using a termination bar that locks the pairs in place to
prevent untwisting of pairs into the cable when terminating the conductors.
27 11 19.05.C
The termination bar holding the wires in place at the IDC termination shall
withstand a tensile force of 20 lbs minimum applied to the cable without
dislodging the IDC connection
27 11 19.05.D
Cables shall be neatly bundled, dressed, and routed to their respective
termination connectors. Each patch panel shall terminate a cable bundle
separated and dressed back to the point of cable entrance into the
equipment cabinet or rack.
27 11 19.05.E
Each cable shall be clearly labeled on the cable jacket behind the patch
panel at a location that can be viewed without removing the bundle
support element(s). Labels obscured from view shall not be acceptable.
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27 13 00
Communications Backbone Cabling
27 13 13
Communications Copper Backbone Cabling
27 13 13.01
BACKBONE CABLES
27 13 13.01.A
The backbone cabling is the portion of the cabling system that links the
termination fields in different TEs/TRs/ERs within a building (and between
buildings in a campus environment). It is commonly installed between
floors in a vertical orientation.
27 13 13.02
BACKBONE CABLE INSTALLATION
27 13 13.02.A
Backbone cables shall be installed in accordance with standards-based
recommendations, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation
guides, and industry best practices.
27 13 13.02.B
A plastic or nylon pull cord with a minimum test rating of 90 kg (200 lb)
shall be co-installed with the cable in any conduit.
27 13 13.02.C
Where cables are routed using conduits, the backbone and horizontal
cables shall be installed in separate conduits.
27 13 13.02.D
Where cables are installed in an air return plenum, any non-plenum cable
shall be installed in metallic conduit.
27 13 13.02.E
Where backbone cables and horizontal cables are installed in a cable tray
or wireway, backbone cables shall be installed first and segregated from
the horizontal cables.
27 13 13.02.F
All backbone cables shall be securely fastened to a wall of the TE/TR/ER
served.
27 13 13.02.G
Backbone cables spanning more than three floors shall be securely
attached at the top of the cable run with a wire mesh grip as well as on
alternating floors or as required by local codes.
27 13 13.02.H
Vertical cable runs shall be supported by messenger strand, cable ladder,
or any other method that provides adequate support for the weight of the
cable.
27 13 13.02.I
Large bundles of backbone cables and/or heavy cables shall be attached
to support elements using metal clamps and/or metal banding.
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27 15 00
Communications Horizontal Cabling
27 15 13
Communications Copper Horizontal Cabling
27 15 13.01
TOPOLOGY
27 15 13.01.A
The horizontal cabling shall be installed using a star topology, typically
extending from centralized TRs to individual TOs in work areas (WAs).
27 15 13.01.B
The cabling system shall provide (A MINIMUM OF TWO) cabling runs to
the TO in each WA. All runs will terminate in designated TEs/TRs/ERs. No
run shall exceed 90 m (295 ft), as measured from the cable termination
point at each end. An additional 10 m (33 ft) is allowed for cordage at both
ends, for a maximum allowable end-to-end or channel length of 100 m
(328 ft).
27 15 13.02
HORIZONTAL CABLES
27 15 13.02.A
The 4-pair balanced twisted-pair cables shall be available in Bonded pair
and non-Bonded pair configurations. The characteristics listed below shall
apply to both configurations.
27 15 13.02.B
The cables will be available in plenum (CMP), non-plenum (CMR), low
smoke zero halogen (LSOH/LSZH), and limited combustible (LC) versions.
The minimum recommended installation temperature shall be 5 °C (40 °F).
The temperature rating shall be 60 °C (140 °F).
27 15 13.02.C
The cables shall include a cross-web filler. .
27 15 13.02.D
The cable conductors shall be 23 AWG solid copper.
27 15 13.02.E
The effective cable OD shall be 6.0 mm (0.24 in) for CMR-rated cable and
CMP-rated cable. The effective cable OD is the diameter of a six-aroundone cable bundle divided by 3.
27 15 13.02.F
The minimum bend radius shall be 25 mm (1 in) for CMR-rated cable and
CMP-rated cable.
27 15 13.02.G
The transmission characteristics of the cable must meet or exceed
.Augmented Category 6 requirements as per TIA-568-C.2-2009.
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27 15 13.03
HORIZONTAL CABLE INSTALLATION
27 15 13.03.A
Horizontal cables shall be installed in accordance with standards-based
recommendations, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation
guides, and industry best practices.
27 15 13.03.B
A plastic or nylon pull cord with a minimum test rating of 90 kg (200 lb)
shall be co-installed with the cable in any conduit.
27 15 13.03.C
Cable raceways shall not be filled greater than the TIA-569-B
recommended maximum fill for the particular raceway type, or 40%.
27 15 13.03.D
Cables shall be installed in continuous lengths from origin to destination.
An exception is made for one CP in any cabling run.
27 15 13.03.E
Where cables are installed in an air return plenum, any non-plenum cable
shall be installed in metallic conduit.
27 15 13.03.F
If CPs are used, they shall be placed in accessible locations and housed in
suitable enclosures intended for that purpose.
27 15 13.03.G
If a J-hook or trapeze system is used to support cable bundles, all
horizontal cables shall be supported at every 1.2 m to 1.5 m (48 in to
60 in) intervals. It is recommended that the support surface is rounded
without any sharp edges and at least 2 inches wide. At no point shall
cable(s) rest on acoustic ceiling grids or panels.
27 15 13.03.H
Horizontal cables shall be bundled in groups of no more than 50 cables.
Cable bundle quantities in excess of 50 cables may cause deformation of
the bottom cables within the bundles, which will degrade the performance
of those cables.
27 15 13.03.I
Cable shall be installed above fire-sprinkler systems and shall not be
attached to such systems or any associated ancillary equipment or
hardware. The cabling system and its associated pathways shall be
installed so that they do not obscure any valves, fire alarm conduit(s),
boxes, or other control devices.
27 15 13.03.J
Cables shall not be attached to ceiling grid or lighting fixture wires. Where
support for horizontal cable is required, the Vendor shall install appropriate
carriers to support the cabling.
27 15 13.03.K
Any cable damaged or exceeding recommended installation parameters
during installation shall be replaced by the Vendor prior to final acceptance
at no cost to the owner of the System.
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27 15 13.03.L
Cables shall be identified by a self-adhesive label in accordance with
Section 27 05 53 of this document and TIA/EIA-606-A. The cable label
shall be applied to the cable behind the faceplate, on a section of cable
that can be accessed by removing the cover plate.
27 15 13.03.M
Balanced twisted-pair cable shall be installed so that there are no bends
smaller than 4 times the OD of the cable at any point in the run or at the
termination points.
27 15 13.03.N
The pulling tension on any 4-pair balanced twisted-pair cable shall not
exceed 110 N (25 lbf).
27 15 13.04
10GX Pre-Terminated Cabling System
27 15 13.04.A
Category 6A cabling shall be available as a factory-terminated solution to
save time when deploying 10G cabling in data center applications.
27 15 13.04.B
The Category 6A pre-terminated cabling system shall be easy to install in
standard patch panels using the same port-count configurations (ideally
retrofitable inside the same panels).
27 15 13.04.C
The Category 6A cabling system shall be easy to repair without disrupting
service on the other cables in the group.
27 15 13.04.D
The Pre-terminated cable assemblies shall be well protected within a
polymer sleeve to withstand abuse and be equipped with a pulling eye to
facilitate cabling deployment.
27 15 13.04.E
The connectors at the ends of the cable assemblies shall not exceed 1.4
inches in diameter (over pulling-eye) to facilitate fishing through cabinet
openings.
27 15 43
Communications Faceplates and Connectors
27 15 43.01
GENERAL
27 15 43.01.A
Each horizontal cable shall be terminated at its designated WA in a
modular connector assembly using a keystone footprint module designed
to snap into a faceplate.
27 15 43.01.B
The WA modular connector assembly/faceplate shall accommodate:
1. A minimum of two cabling runs.
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2. Blank fillers, to be installed in any outlet port in the faceplate that is not
occupied by a modular connector assembly.
27 15 43.01.C
Multiple WA outlets that are in close proximity on drawings (and not
separated by physical barriers) may be combined in a single faceplate.
The Vendor shall be responsible for determining the optimum compliant
configuration.
27 15 43.01.D
The same orientation and positioning of modular connector assemblies on
faceplates shall be used throughout the project. Prior to installation, the
Vendor shall submit the proposed configuration(s) for WA modular
connector assemblies/faceplates for approval by the owner of the System.
27 15 43.01.E
All WA outlets shall accommodate printed label strips for outlet
identification purposes. Printed labels shall be permanent and shall comply
with TIA/EIA-606-A. Handwritten labels shall not be accepted.
27 15 43.02
FACEPLATES
27 15 43.02.A
The faceplate housing the modular connector assemblies shall provide a
symmetrically centered appearance for the modules.
27 15 43.02.B
The faceplate housing the modular connector assemblies shall have no
visible mounting screws.
27 15 43.02.C
The faceplate housing the modular connector assemblies shall have
built-in labeling windows to facilitate outlet identification.
27 15 43.03
CONNECTORS
27 15 43.03.A
The modular connector assemblies using keystone footprint modules to
terminate the 4-pair balanced twisted-pair cable shall have the
characteristics listed below.
27 15 43.03.B
The connectors shall be modular in form, with available mounting options
for TOs, CPs, rack-mount panels, and wall-mount panels.
27 15 43.03.C
The connectors shall use a matrix design where each of the four insulation
displacement contact (IDC) termination points is positioned at a 90° angle
to its neighboring IDC in order to minimize ANEXT.
27 15 43.03.D
The connectors shall use a plastic element to position and hold each cable
pair at a right angle to its corresponding IDC termination point.
27 15 43.03.E
The connectors shall incorporate crosstalk compensation circuitry at their
plug interfaces, using flexible printed circuit board (PCB) technology.
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27 15 43.03.F
The transmission characteristics of a mated plug/jack connection shall
meet the following performance parameters:
PSANEXT
70 dB @ 100 MHz
Insertion Loss
0.2 dB @ 100 MHz
0.45 dB @ 100 MHz
Return loss
28 dB @ 100 MHz
TCL
34 dB @ 100 MHz
NEXT
54 dB @ 100 MHz
40 dB @ 500 MHz
27 15 43.04
WORK AREA INSTALLATION
27 15 43.04.A
Work area TOs shall be installed in accordance with standards-based
recommendations, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation
guides, and industry best practices.
27 15 43.04.B
Cables shall be dressed and terminated in accordance with standardsbased recommendations, the manufacturer’s recommendations/installation
guides, and industry best practices.
27 15 43.04.C
Slack cable shall be coiled in flush or surface-mount TOs if adequate
space is provided to house the cable coil without exceeding the
manufacturer’s bend radius limitations. In hollow-wall installations where
box eliminators are used, cable slack can be stored in the wall. No more
than 300 mm (12 in) of slack shall be stored in a TO, modular furniture
raceway, or insulated wall. Excess slack may be loosely coiled and stored
in the ceiling above each WA.
27 15 43.04.D
The twisted pairs shall be guided, positioned and secured at the connector
termination point using a termination bar that locks the pairs in place to
prevent untwisting of pairs into the cable when terminating the conductors.
27 15 43.04.E
Bend radius of the cable in the termination area shall not be less than
4 times the OD of the cable.
27 15 43.04.F
Data outlets (unless otherwise noted in drawings) shall occupy the bottom
positions on faceplates. Data outlets in horizontally oriented faceplates
shall occupy the right-most positions.
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Voice outlets (unless otherwise noted in drawings) shall occupy the top
positions on faceplates. Voice outlets in horizontally oriented faceplates
shall occupy the left-most positions.
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27 16 00 Communications Connecting Cords, Devices, and
Adapters
27 16 19
Wire
Communications Patch Cords, Station Cords, and Cross-Connect
27 16 19.01
CORDAGE
27 16 19.01.A
The work area cords, patch cords, and equipment cords/pigtails shall meet
TIA-568-C.2-2009 Category 6A standard and ISO/IEC 11801:2007 Class
E standard for component compliance. The modular cords shall also meet
reliability requirements of TIA/EIA-568-B.2, Normative Annex F.4.3.1 with
a minimum Return Loss margin of 3 dB throughout each step of the
mechanical stress test procedure.
27 16 19.01.B
The cord cable shall use 24 AWG solid copper conductors in a bonded
pair configuration for reliable long-term channel performance to 625 MHz.
A crossweb randomization element shall be used for consistent pair
separation and minimal ANEXT coupling.
27 16 19.01.C
The modular shall be built with a flexible boot and strain relief for optimum
protection in high-density installations
27 16 19.01.D
The modular cords shall be available in standard colors (Brown, Red,
Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Gray, White, Black) and also TIA
606-A Pantone colors (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple).
27 16 19.01.E
The transmission characteristics of a mated plug/jack connection shall
meet the performance parameters described in 27 15 43.03.F.
27 16 19.01.F
The transmission characteristics of individual cords and their
corresponding channels shall comply with the requirements for Category
6A performance when tested in a:
1. Stand-alone configuration.
2. Worst-case “bundled” configuration, where 6 other cords surround the
cord being tested.
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ANNEX A: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
NOTE: Firestop installation is a critical safety element. If penetrations must be introduced to one or more fire-rated
barriers for the purpose of installing pathways or cabling, include this section.
DIVISION 07 – THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION
07 80 00
Fire and Smoke Protection
07 84 00
Firestopping
07 84 13
Penetration Firestopping
07 84 13.01
FIRESTOP SYSTEM
07 84 13.01.A
A firestop system consists of the item or items penetrating the fire-rated
barrier, the opening in the barrier, and the materials used to seal and
restore the fire integrity of the penetrated barrier. Firestop systems serve
as an effective block against fire, smoke, heat, vapor, and pressurized
water streams.
07 84 13.01.B
All penetrations through fire-rated building structures (e.g., walls, floors)
shall be sealed with an appropriate firestop system. This requirement
applies to “through” penetrations (complete penetration) as well as
“membrane” penetrations (through one side of a hollow structure). Any
penetrating items (e.g., riser slots and sleeves, cables, conduits, cable
trays, raceways) shall be properly firestopped.
07 84 13.01.C
Firestop systems shall be UL Classified to ASTM E814 – Standard Test
Method for Fire Tests of Through-Penetration Fire Stops (UL 1479) and
shall be approved by a qualified PE licensed in the jurisdiction where the
work is to be performed. One or more drawings illustrating the deployment
of the proposed firestop system(s), stamped or embossed by the PE, shall
be provided to the owner of the System prior to installing the firestop
system(s).
07 84 13.02
FIRESTOP SYSTEM INSTALLATION
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07 84 13.02.A
All firestop systems shall be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations/installation guides and shall be available
for inspection by the local AHJ prior to acceptance.
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