DX-TL5000U Digital Video Recorder Mitsubishi Digital Electronics

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc.
Imaging Products Division
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618
3-Part Specification for
DX-TL5000U
Digital Video Recorder
Phone: (888) 307-0388
Fax: (949) 465-6338
ipdinfo@mdea.com
www.mitsubishi-imaging.com
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SECTIONS 01 25 13−PRODUCT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES, 01 33 00−SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES, 01 62 00−PRODUCT
OPTIONS, 01 66 00−PRODUCT STORAGE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS, 01 74 00−CLEANING AND WASTE
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SECTION 28 23 19
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
SUMMARY
A. Section Includes: 16 Channel digital video recorder (DVR) and accessories for Project video
surveillance system.
VERIFY THAT VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM SECTION DOES NOT INCLUDE A DVR AND REFERS TO THIS SECTION FOR
SUPPLY OF THE DVR.
B.
Products Supplied But Not Installed Under This Section: Digital video recorder and
accessories.
C.
Related Sections:
INSERT SECTION NUMBER AND TITLE BELOW USED TO SPECIFY THE BASIC VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM AND
OTHER RELATED SECTIONS AS DESIRED.
1.
2.
3.
__ __ __ – _____________________.
__ __ __ – _____________________.
__ __ __ – _____________________.
INCLUDE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE BELOW IF PRODUCTS SPECIFIED IN THIS SECTION ARE TO BE BID AS
ALTERNATES. OTHERWISE DELETE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH.
D. Alternates:
1. Reference Section 01 23 00−Alternates.
1.02
SUBMITTALS
A. Reference Section 01 33 00−Submittal Procedures; submit following items:
1. Product Data for DVR and accessories.
2. Details of express replacement program.
3. Owner’s Manual including Owner’s Manual(s) for specified accessories.
4. Quality Assurance/Control Submittals:
a. Qualifications: Proof of manufacturer’s qualifications.
b. Manufacturer’s Installation Instructions—if not included in Owner’s Manual.
INSERT SECTION NUMBER AND TITLE BELOW USED TO SPECIFY THE BASIC VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.
B.
1.03
Closeout Submittals: Reference Section 01 78 00−Closeout Submittals and Section __ __ __
_____________________; submit following items:
1. Operating and Maintenance Instructions: Owner’s Manual including Owner’s
Manual(s) for accessories.
2. Special Warranties.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
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A. Qualifications:
1. Manufacturer Qualifications:
a. Minimum five years experience in producing digital video recorders.
b. ISO 9000 Certification.
1.04
B.
Regulatory Requirements: DVR shall comply with the following:
1. FCC Part 15, Class A.
2. Industry Canada ICES 003.
C.
Certifications: UL and cUL.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A. Reference Section 01 66 00−Product Storage and Handling Requirements.
B.
1.05
Follow instructions in manufacturer’s Owner’s Manual.
PROJECT/SITE CONDITIONS
A. Environmental Requirements: Maintain the following conditions for 24 hours prior to
installation and continuously following installation:
1. Temperature: 40 to 105 degrees F (5 to 40 decrees C).
2. Humidity: 30 to 80 percent.
1.06
WARRANTY
A. Special Warranty: 24 months against manufacturing defects.
B.
1.07
Provide an express replacement program for defective DVRs subject to the following
conditions:
1. Original warranty period shall be in effect and warranty period must be verifiable.
2. Upon verification of warranty coverage and proof of defect by manufacturer’s
Technical Support Center, manufacturer shall ship a replacement unit within 24 hours
via overnight delivery.
SYSTEM STARTUP
INSERT SECTION NUMBER AND TITLE BELOW, AND IN THE FOLLOWING TWO ARTICLES, (OWNER’S INSTRUCTIONS
AND COMMISSIONING) USED TO SPECIFY THE BASIC VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.
A. Refer to Section __ __ __ ____________________.
1.08
OWNER'S INSTRUCTIONS
A. Refer to Section __ __ __ ____________________.
B.
1.09
Provide DVR training program on CD.
COMMISSIONING
A. Refer to Section __ __ __ ____________________.
1.10
MAINTENANCE
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A. Extra Components: Provide one spare DVR for Owner’s emergency use. Spare DVR
shall be same model as specified herein.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
MANUFACTURER
A.
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc.
Imaging Products Division
9351 Jeronimo Road
Irvine, CA 92618
Tel:
Fax:
E-mail:
Website:
(888) 307 0388
(949) 465-6338
ipdinfo@mdea.com
www.mitsubishi-imaging.com/
INSERT NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBERS OF MANUFACTURER’S REPRESENTATIVE BELOW.
1.
Manufacturer’s Representative:
SELECT MODEL BASED ON SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR HARD DRIVE DISK SPACE AND PREFERENCE FOR XGA
VIDEO OUTPUT.
B.
Standard Model: [DX-TL5000U-500GB] [DX-TL5000U-750GB] [DX-TL5000U-1TB]
[DX-TL5000U-1.6TB] [DX-TL5000U-2TB]
OR
2.02
B.
XGA Model: [DX-TL5000U-500GB XGA] [DX-TL5000U-750GB XGA] [DX-TL5000U1TB XGA] [DX-TL5000U-1.6TB XGA] [DX-TL5000U-2TB XGA]
C.
Substitutions: Reference Section 01 25 13−Product Substitution Procedures.
DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER
A. General Description: 16-camera video multiplexer recorder using JPEG2000 compression
and supporting 13 recording rates and 6 recording quality grades. DVR shall display in live
mode 60 PPS per channel and display up to 960 on a 16 display pattern. DVR shall record up
to 240 PPS with independent settings per channel.
1. Built in DVD/CD R/W +/-.
2. Support the addition of up to 14 external USB HDD’s, 6 SCSI-2 HDD’s where each
drive can be up to 2TB each and a USB Jump Drive.
3. Cascade Capability: Connection of up to 16 DX-TL5000U with keyboard access via to
display any video to a master monitor.
4. Include setup wizard to simplify setup and programming.
B.
Front Panel:
CONTROLS:
INDICATOR LIGHTS:
JACKS AND OTHER:
Power Button
PTZ Button
Split Screen Control
Jog/Shuttle Ring
Sequence Button
Setup Button
Search Button
Power
Access
Communication
Alarm
Timer
Lock
Motion Detector
Remote Controller Jack
Analogue Out Jacks
USB Port
LCD Display
Disk Loading Slot
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Timer Button
Pre-Alarm
Lock Button
Copy
Triplex Button
Copy 2
Bookmark Button
Camera 1-16
Digital Zoom Button
REC
Output A/B Button
Monitor A, B
Operations Buttons (Stop, Pause, Reverse, Play)
Help Button
Camera 1-16 Lighted Buttons
C.
Back Panel:
CONTROLS:
JACKS/CONNECTIONS:
OTHER:
Main Power Switch
Reset Button
16 Camera In/Out BNC
Antitheft Lock Keyway
Audio Input/Output Jacks
Option Slot
Monitor Video Output
I/O Terminals
Jacks
Video Cascade In/Out Jacks
RS-232 Port
RS-422/RS232C Port
RS-485 In/Out (Cascade/Keyboard)
4 USB Ports
GRN Terminals
Alarm In/Out Terminal
LAN Port A (NAS Device),
LAN Port B (LAN/WAN)
D. Product Function Requirements:
Main Recording Medium
Archiving Medium
Internal
External
Color System
Signal Compression System
Number of Picture Elements Processed
Display Rate
Audio Recording System
Alarm Recording
Pre-Alarm Recording
Emergency Recording
Power Failure Recovery Recording
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Built-in HDDs
DVD-R/RW, CD-R/RW
Serial Bus I/F HDD
NAS
SCSI I/F HDD
USB Memory (copy only)
NTSC
JPEG2000
720 by 240 pixels : Field recording
720 by 480 pixels : Frame recording
960 Fields/sec/display (60 fields/channel)
PCM
Recording time: 2 sec to 60 min and
manual
Settable from 1 sec up to 1 hour (LPA/
Emergency)
Emergency input terminal (back)
Auto-restart after power failure
Digital Video Recorder
HDD Usage
Menu Language
Motion Detection Function
Clock Adjusting Function
Daylight Savings Time Adjustment
Power Supply
Operational Conditions
Displays percentage of hard disk used
Selectable to English, French, or Spanish
22h by 19 v detection area setting, 5 step
detection sensitivity setting, recording start
dot number setting
Clock adjusting input (back)
Automatic
AC100-240V 56/60 Hz
Temperature: 5-40 degrees C
Humidity: 30-80 percent
Altitude: 2000 m maximum
E.
Operations:
1. Local Control: Via GUI from front panel buttons, mouse, keyboard, or wired remote
control unit.
2. Remote Operation: Via network software or web browser (limited).
F.
Screen Modes:
1. Primary Monitor Output(composite or XGA): Provide access to menu screens, playback
and live full screen, sequential full screen, quad, 9, 10, 13, or 16 multi screen displays.
2. Secondary Monitor Output (composite or XGA): Provide playback and live full screen,
sequential full screen, quad, 9, 10, 13, or 16 multi screen displays.
G. Record and Playback Functions:
1. Triplex Operations: Simultaneously display live video, record, and playback of specific
cameras on a single monitor screen in a multiple display patterns.
2. Record any and all camera inputs as full screen images.
3. Record up to 30 pictures per second (PPS) for one camera and up to 240 PPS total
(Field mode), and up to 120 PPS total (Frame mode)
4. Variable record rates and variable record quality allowing user to program each camera
independently.
5. User programmable up to 16-character title for each camera and capability to record
time, date, and title with each image.
6. Playback Options: Pause, reverse play, forward play, and image by image advance in
four forward or reverse speeds.
H. Password Requirements:
1. 3 user-defined password settings each allowing specific access levels to the unit
functions, menu and covert cameras.
2. Lock all function, that locks all buttons except for Split/Sequence, Zoom and camera
buttons.
3. Password lock to protect HDD recorded information.
I.
Archiving:
1. Capability to archive to external HDD or DVD.
J.
Search Options: Time and date, alarm number, bookmark, and motion search.
K. Copy:
1. Capability to copy images to a HDD connected to USB ports or NAS port.
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2.
3.
L.
Capability for simultaneous copy, record, and playback.
Capability to apply a digital signature to all images, sequence of images recorded on the
DVR.
Scheduling Requirements:
1. User definable schedule to switch to day, night, weekends, and holidays. Schedule shall
support 2 user definable patterns.
2. Capability to allow user definable pattern settings for camera, record rate, record
quality, alarm record rate and quality, archiving, skip, and motion activation.
M. Alarm Functions:
1. Provide Alarm and Alarm Plus Normal activity-recording options.
a. Alarm shall record images from those cameras in an alarm activity condition.
b. Alarm Plus Normal shall prioritize the recording of those cameras in an alarm
activity condition, while recording images of none alarm cameras.
2. Capability to send a message on alarm or camera failure.
3. Emergency Alarm input, forcing alarm recording for all cameras.
4. Alarm log list for alarm activities when recorded as alarm on the hard disk, providing
time date, camera, and type of event.
5. Provide an alarm log searchable by time and date, camera type, and index, with a quick
search function playing back 5 seconds of the recorded information.(when Alarms are
recorded as Alarm).
6. Capability to protect alarm and activity recording on separate partitioning of the disk.
Partition shall be configurable in GB and have ability to overwrite itself.
7. Capability to notify up to 5 e-mail addresses or 5 IP addresses of an alarm occurrence.
8. Alarm Trigger Events:
a. DVR temperature.
b. Fan malfunction.
c. When an alarm is triggered.
d. Re-booting of DVR,
e. Record mode is activated
f. HD data storage has reached a specified percent of capacity.
9. Independent or global alarm recording per alarm trigger.
10. Alarm contact (Mode Out 1-4) shall have individual programmable polarity that can
trigger telemetry preset.
11. Capability to record multiple cameras per alarm trigger.
12. Support monitor A or B display of last camera in alarm with a default of a 2 second
dwell per alarmed camera and return to pre-alarm display capability.
13. Capability to display an alarm condition on the main cascade monitor from any DVR
when in cascaded mode.
14. Programmable activity detection per camera with a grid that can be set individually
supporting up to 5 sensitivity levels and a triggering threshold setting from 1 to 400.
Each setting shall support a test mode for testing set settings.
N. Covert Cameras: Support covert cameras via any camera connected.
O. Digital Signature: Apply to recordings and to internal and external hard disk with out
affecting performance, allowing the authenticity of the digital multiplexed recorded image to
be verified.
P.
Audio Requirements:
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1.
2.
4 channels of audio recording, minimum frame rate of 0.5 PPS.
Playback of audio/video in sync when played back from DVR or PC
Q. Telemetry:
1. Provide control of single and multi-speed telemetry cameras.
2. Provide PTZ camera support for each channel via RS-422/485/232 including Pelco D,
Sensormatic Manchester, Panasonic, JVC, GE, and Samsung PTZ protocol cameras.
Also support of Pelco COAX via channel 1 only.
3. Provide local control for each PTZ camera via DVR front panel buttons, optional
keyboard and optional with a wired remote.
4. Provide remote control of PTZ cameras via application software when connected via
LAN or WAN.
R.
2.03
Network Functions:
1. Capability to connect to a 10/100Base-T Ethernet network.
2. Supports web browser and network (DX-PC55U) application software for LAN or
WAN communications.
3. Audio in live mode will be supported by the network software only (DX-PC55U).
4. Include network software and license free to end user.
5. Network software shall support duplex operation enabling live and playback at the same
time.
6. Support saving needed data to host PC. Data shall be camera selectable.
7. Support viewing covert cameras over the network by authorized personnel.
8. Provide access to the units event list and its associated video when alarms are recorded
as alarms.
9. Support storing of digital images to a PC HDD, DVD/CD and USB Memory drive.
10. Playback images copied from DVR to DVD/CD or USB Memory drives.
11. Support up to 5 remote operators to view live or prerecorded images across a network.
12. Support user selectable picture quality settings.
13. Option to set password to prevent unauthorized user viewing of live, recorded images,
moving PTZ cameras, controlling the unit, changing the menu system, configuring the
network settings and viewing covert cameras.
14. Support Windows 2000 and XP.
15. Support multiple DVR connections and display them in one screen.
ACCESSORIES
SELECT FOLLOWING ACCESSORIES BASED ON SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS. DELETE THOSE NOT REQUIRED.
A. Security Controller Keyboard:
1. Joy stick control of PTZ of dome cameras.
2. Jog shuttle dial for fast forward/rewind/playback/frame by frame of images.
3. LCD display for DVR status.
4. Split screen buttons.
5. Monitor A/B selection.
6. Triplex playback control.
7. Up to 256 camera accessibility via cascade connection of DVR.
8. Power cord and AC adaptor.
B.
HDD Extension Unit:
1. USB 2.0 [500] [800] GB.
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C. Rack Mount Kit for DVR.
D. Rack Mount Kit for HDD Extension Unit.
E.
Wired Remote Control Unit.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
INSERT SECTION NUMBER AND TITLE IN THE FOLLOWING TWO PARAGRAPHS USED TO SPECIFY THE BASIC VIDEO
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM. VERIFY THAT VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SECTION INCLUDES STATEMENTS REQUIRING THE
FOLLOWING:
INSPECTION OF ALL EQUIPMENT FOR COSMETIC DEFECTS AND DAMAGE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
INSPECTION OF DVR INSTALLATION FOR PROPER AND STABLE AC VOLTAGE, GOOD VENTILATION, AND CLEAN
ENVIRONMENT.
DVR SHALL PASS ALL POWER-UP SELF TEST, SHALL RECOGNIZE AND DISPLAY ALL CAMERAS CONNECTED TO IT’S
INPUTS, AND DEMONSTRATE THAT IT BE PROGRAMMED TO SUPPORT ITS VARIOUS FUNCTIONS. BE ABLE TO RECORD
TO ITS INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL MEDIA, BE ABLE TO PLAYBACK RECORDED VIDEO AND SUPPORT AND CORRECTLY
PERFORM ACTIVATED FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS.
A. Refer to Section __ __ __ for DVR installation with other components of the video
surveillance system. Install and setup in accordance with DVR Owner’s Manual.
3.02
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A. Site Tests: Refer to Section __ __ __ for site testing of the video surveillance system.
END OF SECTION1
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This specification was prepared specifically for Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. by ASC Specification Consultants.
Comments or suggestions for improvement should be addressed to: Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc. at the address
noted in Article 2.01.
Issue Date: May 16, 2006
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