Intelligent Transportation Systems

Table of Contents – Section 1150 (Intelligent Transportation
Systems)
1150.01 — GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .....................................................................................2
1150.02 — CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) DOME SYSTEM...............................................2
A. General Information ................................................................................................................ 2
B. System Requirements.............................................................................................................. 2
C. General Specifications ............................................................................................................. 4
D. CPU Modules (500i Series) ...................................................................................................... 4
E. PTZ Camera Modules............................................................................................................... 6
F. Housings .................................................................................................................................. 8
G. Electrical Specifications ........................................................................................................... 8
H. Mechanical Specifications ....................................................................................................... 9
I. Environmental Specifications .................................................................................................. 9
J. Regulatory Compliance/Ratings .............................................................................................. 9
K. Installation ............................................................................................................................. 10
1150.03 – CAMERA POLE & LOWERING SYSTEM .................................................................... 10
A. General Description ............................................................................................................... 10
B. Suspension Contact Unit ....................................................................................................... 11
C. Lowering Tool ........................................................................................................................ 12
D. Materials................................................................................................................................ 12
E. Camera Lowering System Steel Pole ..................................................................................... 13
1150.04 — ETHERNET SWITCH .............................................................................................. 16
A. Edge Switches ........................................................................................................................ 16
B. Aggregation (Hub) Switches .................................................................................................. 17
C. Traffic Management Center Ethernet Switch........................................................................ 18
1150.05 – VIDEO DECODER ................................................................................................... 18
A. General Description ............................................................................................................... 19
B. Product Requirements........................................................................................................... 19
1150.06 – VIDEO ENCODER................................................................................................... 20
A. General Description ............................................................................................................... 20
B. Product Requirements........................................................................................................... 21
1150.01 — GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
(Revised 04/03/08)
The work to be performed shall consist of the installation of a complete and operable Intelligent
Transportation System.
The Contractor shall install all ITS devices, (cameras, camera assemblies, camera poles, fiber
communication systems, foundations, vehicle detection systems) and other incidental materials
as required to comply with the plans and these Supplemental Provisions. All materials
necessary for the complete installation shall be furnished by the Contractor with the exception
of materials explicitly noted to be furnished by ACHD or other agencies. Contractor shall contact
the ACHD Traffic Operations Supervisor a minimum of 30 days in advance to schedule a pickup
of items supplied by ACHD. Contractor shall verify pick up time, date and location a minimum of
two business days in advance of pick up.
The materials to be incorporated in the installation of ITS systems shall be listed in the bid
package.
1150.02 — CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) DOME SYSTEM
(Revised 05/15/08)
A. General Information
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras used on the ACHD system shall be a color outdoor
Ethernet/IP based AutoDome PTZ Modular Camera System manufactured by:
Bosch Security Systems
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Tel. (800) 326-3270
Fax (717) 735-6560
This product is manufactured by a firm whose quality system is in compliance with the I.S. /ISO
9001/IN 29001, QUALITY SYSTEM.
The manufacturer will provide a three year (3) warranty.
B. System Requirements
The AutoDome PTZ Color Modular Camera Systems Bosch 500i Series camera dome will be a
rugged, vandal resistant surveillance camera system that allows upgrades by the means of
interchangeable CPU, combination, and hot-swap camera modules with built in surge
protection. The camera housing shall be an outdoor pendant version.
The dome bubble will meet stringent strength requirements able to exceed UL 1598 horizontal
impact standard for lighting fixtures. The bubble will be made of 2.6mm thick polycarbonate
and be able to withstand a 100 foot-pound impact or the equivalent of a 10 lb. sledgehammer
dropped from a height of 10 feet. The dome bubble shall be clear.
The camera dome will be available in a pipe mount versions, as the application requires.
The pendant camera system will be a NEMA 4X or IP66 certified, rugged, weather-resistant
package.
The camera system will provide a Fast Address method to allow the camera address number
used for control to be remotely programmed from the system keyboard.
The camera system will ensure that any advanced commands required to program the dome are
accessed via three levels of password protection ranging from low to high.
The camera system will provide a feature that automatically rotates, or pivots, the camera to
simplify tracking of a person walking directly under the camera.
The camera system will provide advanced troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs
and on-screen diagnostic displays.
The camera system on-screen display menus will support English.
All camera domes will accept Bosch Biphase, RS232 and 485, Pelco "P" and Pelco "D" control
protocols.
The camera dome will be Bosch BilinxTM compatible where remote control, configuration, and
camera firmware updates can be accomplished via over-the-coax operation. Bilinx operation
can also be functional via other modes of video transmission including fiber optic and passive
UTP.
The camera system will be designed so that an optional hybrid analogue/IP communication
module will be available to simultaneously stream IP video across a local or wide area network,
and analogue video via coaxial cabling to support existing analogue equipment.
An optional integral fiber optic transceiver module will also be available that will be capable of
transmitting and receiving video and Biphase signals up to 2.5 miles (4 km). The fiber optic
module will be compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low-loss multimode glass fiber, rated
for minimum system bandwidth of 20 MHz (video 850nm/data 1300nm).
The AutoDome Modular Camera System is compatible with Bosch Allegiant series
switcher/controller, Divar and DiBos digital video recorders, the LTC 5136 AutoDome Controller,
and Bosch IP network video solutions like the VIDOS video management system, and Bosch
Video Management System (BVMS).
C. General Specifications
AutoDome 500i Series
Interchangeable CPU, Camera and
Communication Modules
Yes
Operating Temperature
Indoor Housing
Outdoor Housing
Protocol Support
-10ºC to 40ºC
(14ºF to 104ºF)
-40ºC to 50ºC
(-40ºF to 122º)
Bosch Biphase, RS232/485,
Pelco P or D
Up the Video Control/Configuration
Yes, Bilinx
Privacy Masking/Sector Blanking
Yes
Pre-positions
99
Remote Fast Address
2 Preset Tours,
2 Recorded Tours
Yes
AutoPivot and AutoScaling
Yes
Cable Compensation
Yes
Alarm Inputs/Relay Outputs
7/4
Warranty
Three (3) years
Guard Tour
D. CPU Modules (500i Series)
The 500i Series CPU module will have the following features:
The CPU module will provide fast 360º per second camera pan/tilt speeds; advanced
troubleshooting and diagnostics via diagnostic LEDs and on-screen displays; and built in surge
protection. The camera's 360º rotation will be divided into 16 independent sectors with 16character titles per sector. Any or all of the 16 sectors can be blanked from the operator's view.
In addition to the blanking function, the CPU will provide 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. The masks can be shaped using three (3), four (4) or five (5) anchor points to form
different shapes to best fit the area to be masked. Mask selections will be black, white or
blurred.
In addition to the preset tour function, the CPU will allow the recording of two (2) separate
tours of an operator's keyboard movements consisting of tilt and zoom activities, for a total
combined duration time of 15 minutes. The recorded tours can be continuously played back.
The CPU will store up to 99 preset scenes with each preset programmable for 16 character titles.
Two (2) separate preset tours will be available to display consecutively the preset scenes for a
programmed dwell time. Any or all of the presets can be included or excluded from the tour.
The CPU will provide advanced alarm handling to manage up to seven (7) alarm inputs and four
(4) alarm outputs by means of a programmable "Rules" engine. Any or all of the input contacts
can be programmed upon activation to automatically move the camera to any preposition
location, close an output relay for a programmed period of time, transmit an alarm signal (via
Bilinx) and display an alarm indication on the on-screen display of the monitor.
When an operator stops manual control of the camera, and a programmed period of time is
allowed to expire, the camera CPU will execute one of the following programmable options: 1)
return to a stored preset number, 2) return to the automated tour previously executed, 3) do
nothing.
The CPU module will provide enhanced automatic motion tracking using a dedicated digital
signal processor (DSP) for smooth object tracking and the ability to follow an object continually
when passing behind a privacy mask. In addition, the enhanced automatic motion detection can
use Virtual Masking technology to ignore areas of extraneous background motion.
The CPU will provide video motion detection (VMD) that can be configured to create a region of
interest within multiple preset positions where motion is to be detected. The CPU will support a
total of 10 individual regions of interest (one per preset position). The VMD will also take
advantage of Bosch virtual masking to ignore areas of unwanted motion.
The CPU will 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 will not reduce camera
sensitivity.
The CPU will 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.
The CPU will provide an AutoScaling feature that will reduce the pan/tilt speed as the camera
zooms in on an object, so that the relative speed on the screen remains constant.
The CPU module will be interchangeable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.
E. PTZ Camera Modules
The following Camera Modules shall be available for the 500i Series Modular Camera System:
1. 36X Day/Night, 12X Digital, PTZ Camera Module
(Available with 500i Series)
The 36X Day/Night camera module consists of an integrated high resolution Exview HAD
CCD camera using a 1/4-inch imager and a 36X (3.4 – 122.4 mm, F1.6 to F4.5) auto-iris, autofocus optical zoom lens with manual override. It will have a variable high speed, 360º
pan/tilt drive with a top speed of 120 per second.
The camera module is designed to perform over a wide range of environmental and lighting
conditions with a horizontal resolution of 540 TVL (NTSC/PAL) typical and sensitivity down to
0.03 lux in color mode, and 0.006 lux in night mode.
The camera will automatically switch 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.
A full 12X digital zoom 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.
The camera will have a Freeze Frame feature that holds a preposition shot while moving to
another preposition.
The camera module is hot swappable with any AutoDome Modular Camera System.
Specifications
Horizontal Resolution:
Sensitivity:
Color Mode (30 IRE)
SensUp Off
SensUp On
Night Mode (30 IRE):
SensUp Off:
SensUp On:
Day/Night:
Lens:
Optical Zoom:
Digital Zoom:
Video Output:
Synchronization:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
540 TVL (NTSC, PAL) typical
F1.6 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC
0.6 lux
0.003 lux
F1.6 1/60 (1/50) shutter, max AGC
0.16 lux
0.006 lux
Yes
3.4 mm to 122.4 mm, F1.6 to F4.5
36X
12X
1.0Vp-p 0.1Vp-p, 75 ohms
Line-lock (-120 to 120 vertical phase
adjust) or internal crystal
Greater than 50 dB
Pan/Tilt Speed:
0.1 /s to 120 /s
2. Communication Modules
(Standard, Ethernet, and Fiber Optic communication modules will be available)
The standard communications module will accept Bosch Biphase camera control codes or
customer programmed control code protocol via RS232 or RS485 inputs. The
communication module will also accept Bosch BilinxTM code where remote control,
configuration, and camera firmware updates can be accomplished via over-the-coax
operation. Bilinx operation may also be functional by other modes of video transmission
including fiber optic and passive UTP.
An optional hybrid IP Communication Module capable of capturing and storing images using
MPEG-4 encoding and compression, and supply analogue video over coaxial cable will be
available.
1. The IP module will deliver DVD-quality 4CIF video, at rates up to 30 images per second,
via TCP/IP over Cat5/Cat6 UTP cable. The IP module will also leverage bandwidth
throttling and multicasting capabilities to manage bandwidth and storage requirements
efficiently while delivering the best possible image quality and resolution.
2. The IP module will generate two independent MPEG-4 streams and a JPEG stream
simultaneously. This will 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.
3. The IP module will support integrated one-way audio to allow a user to monitor audio at
the camera site over the network. The video and audio will be relayed as a single media
stream, so the two are synchronized.
4. The IP module will support iSCSI devices to allow a network-enabled AutoDome to
stream video directly to an iSCSI RAID array. This will allow local video storage without
streaming high bandwidth video across the network. System-recording performance will
be totally independent from network performance.
The IP module will simultaneously supply analogue video over coaxial cable to support
existing analogue equipment.
An optional integral Fiber Optic transceiver module able to transmit and receive video and
Biphase signals up to 2.5 miles (4 km) will be available. The fiber optic module will be
compatible with 50/125 mm, 62.5/125 mm, low loss multimode glass fiber, rated for
minimum system bandwidth of 20 MHz (video 850nm/data 1300 nm).
F. Housings
(Outdoor Pendant will be available)
All housings will come standard with a rugged impact-resistant polycarbonate bubble, recessed
setscrews, and a recessed bubble latch to reduce the chance of damage from vandalism. The
housing bubble shall be order clear.
All housings will provide built-in surge protection for power, data, and video and alarm inputs.
The pendant camera system will be a NEMA 4X or IP66 certified, rugged, weather-resistant
package.
Outdoor Pendant Housing will be made of cast aluminum for corrosion resistance, and supplied
with a built-in heater/blower to provide an operating temperature range down to -40ºC to 50 C
(-40ºF to 122 F). An optional "XT" temperature kit will be available to extend the operational
range down to -60ºC (-76ºF).
The Pendant Housing will use a hinge, in-place of a tether, to make installation easier and safer.
The Pendant Housing will allow the camera to view 18 above the horizon.
G. Electrical Specifications
1. Main supply input voltage, as required by the application:
NTSC: ............................ 115VAC, 60Hz
NTSC: ............................ 24VAC, 60Hz (customer supplied 24VAC, 50 VA power transformer)
PAL: ............................... 230VAC, 50Hz
PAL: ............................... 24VAC, 50Hz (customer supplied 24VAC, 50 VA power transformer)
2. Camera input voltage/power requirements: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 VA
3. Heater input voltage/power requirements: 21 – 30 VAC, 50/60 VA
4. Power Draw (Typical):
Analog Models
500i Series
Ethernet Models
500i Series
Outdoor
51 W
Outdoor
55 W
Outdoor XT
67 W
Outdoor XT
71 W
5. Surge Suppression (Protection)
Video
RS-232/485, Biphase
Alarm Inputs
Peak current 10kA (Gas Tube Arrester), peak power 1000
W (10/1000 s)
Peak current 10 A, peak power 300 W (8/20 s)
Peak current 17 A, peak power 300 W (8/20 s)
Alarm Outputs
Relay Outputs
Power Input (Dome)
Power Output (Arm Power
Supply)
Peak current 2 A, peak power 300 W (8/20 s)
Peak current 7.3 A, peak power 600 W (10/1000 s)
Peak current 7.3 A, peak power 600 W (10/1000 s)
Peak current 21.4 A, peak power 1500 W (10/1000 s)
H. Mechanical Specifications
Model
Pan Range
Outdoor
Pendant
3.32 kg
(7.3 lb)
360 continuous
Tilt Angle
18 above horizon
Variable Speed
0.1 /s-120 /s
Pre-position Speed
Pan: 360 /s
Tilt: 210 /s
0.1 typical
Weight
Preset Accuracy
Power
I.
21 – 30 VAC
50/60 Hz
Environmental Specifications
Model
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Enclosure ratings
Outdoor
Pendant*
-40 C to 50 C
(-40 F to 122 F)
-40 C to 60 C
(-40 F to 140 F)
0% to 90% relative
non-condensing
IP66/NEMA 4X
* 500 Series maximum operating temperature is +40 C (104 F)
J.
Regulatory Compliance/Ratings
1. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Complies with FCC Part 15, ICES-003 and CE regulations
FCC 47CFR Part 15
ANSI C63.4
AS/NZS 3548
EN 55022
EN 61000-3-2 & EN 61000-3-3
EN 50130-4 Alarm Standard (CCTV for Security Application)
EN 55024 Information Technology Equipment (ITE) Standard
50121-4 Railway Standardi (Pendant Housing only)
2. Product Safety
Complies with CE regulations, UL, CSA, EN and IEC Standards.
3. Environmental Ratings
IEC 60529 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)
o IP66 for Pendant and Power Supplies
UL 50 Type 4X (NEMA 4X) Enclosures for Electrical Equipment
o Pendant for outdoor application
L 2043 Fire Test for Heat and Visible Smoke Release for Discrete Products and Their
Accessories Installed in Air-Handling Spaces
K. Installation
Installation should be performed by qualified service personnel only in accordance with the
National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.
1150.03 – CAMERA POLE & LOWERING SYSTEM
(Revised 11/11/08)
A. General Description
The camera pole and lowering system shall be designed to support and lower a standard
closed circuit television camera, lens, housing, PTZ mechanism, cabling, connectors and
other supporting field components without damage or causing degradation of camera
operations. The camera lowering system device and the pole are interdependent; and
thus, must be considered a single unit or system. The lowering system shall consist of a
50’ pole, suspension contact unit, divided support arm, and a pole adapter for
attachment to a pole top tenon, pole top junction box, and camera connection box. The
divided support arm and receiver brackets shall be designed to self-align the contact
unit with the pole center line during installation and insure the contact unit cannot twist
under high wind conditions. Round support arms are not acceptable. The cameralowering device shall withstand wind forces of 100mph with a 30 percent gust factor
using a 1.65 safety factor. The lowering device manufacturer, upon request, shall
furnish independent laboratory testing documents certifying adherence to the stated
wind force criteria utilizing, as a minimum effective projected area, the actual EPA or an
EPA greater than that of the camera system to be attached. The camera-lowering
device to be furnished shall be the product of manufacturers with a minimum of 5 years
of experience in the successful manufacturing of camera lowering systems. The
lowering device provider shall be able to identify a minimum of 5 previous projects
where the purposed system has been installed successfully for over a one-year period of
time each. The camera lowering device shall be the [MG]² Model CLDMG2-HYP-050 or
pre-bid approved equal.
The lowering device manufacturer shall furnish a factory representative to assist the
electrical contractor with the assembly and testing of the first lowering system onto the
pole assembly. The manufacturer shall furnish the applicable engineer documentation
certifying that the electrical contractor has been instructed on the installation,
operation and safety features of the lowering device. The contractor shall be
responsible for providing applicable maintenance personnel “on site" operational
instructions.
B. Suspension Contact Unit
The suspension contact unit shall have a load capacity 200 lbs. with a 4 to 1 safety
factor. There shall be a locking mechanism between the fixed and moveable
components of the lowering device. The movable assembly shall have a minimum of 2
latches. This latching mechanism shall securely hold the device and its mounted
equipment. The latching mechanism shall operate by alternately raising and lowering
the assembly using the winch and lowering cable. When latched, all weight shall be
removed from the lowering cable. The fixed unit shall have a heavy duty cast tracking
guide and means to allow latching in the same position each time. The contact unit
housing shall be weatherproof with a gasket provided to seal the interior from dust and
moisture.
The prefabricated components of the lift unit support system shall be designed to
preclude the lifting cable from contacting the power or video cabling. The lowering
device manufacturer shall provide a conduit mount adaptor for housing the lowering
cable. The adaptor shall have an interface to allow the connection of a Contractor
provided conduit and be located just below the cable stop block at the back of the
lowering device. The Contractor shall supply internal conduit in the pole as required by
the Engineer. The only cable permitted to move within the pole or lowering device
during lowering or raising shall be the stainless steel lowering cable. All other cables
must remain stable and secure during lowering and raising operations.
The female and male socket contact halves of the connector block shall be made of
thermosetting synthetic rubber known as Hypalon. The female brass socket contacts
and the male high conductivity brass pin contacts shall be permanently molded into the
Hypalon body.
The current carrying male contacts shall be 1/8 inches in diameter. There shall be two
male contacts that are longer than the rest which will make first and break last providing
optimum grounding performance. The number of contacts shall be 14 and the camera
mounted thereto, shall be capable of performing all of its necessary functions on 14
contacts or less.
The current carrying female contacts shall be 1/8 inches I.D. All of the contacts shall be
recessed 0.125” from the face of the connector. Cored holes in the rubber measuring
0.25” in diameter and 0.125” deep molded into the connector body are centered on
each contact on the face of the connector to create rain-tight seals when mated with
the male connector.
The wire leads from both the male and female contacts shall be permanently and
integrally molded in the Hypalon body. The current carrying and signal wires shall be
constructed of #18/1 AWG Hypalon jacketed wire.
The contacts shall be self-wiping with a shoulder at the base of each male contact so
that it will recess into the female block, thereby giving a rain-tight seal when mated.
The electrical contact connector must meet Mil Spec Q-9858 and Mil Spec I-45208.
Each pole shall be pre-wired for IP/Ethernet connections using CAT 6 100 Base TX wire.
Each connector shall include (8) contacts to CAT 6 Cable, (4) .09” diameter gold-plated
contacts to #18 DLO wire to be used for power or alarms, and (1) ground contact (also
to 318/1 DLO wire).
C. Lowering Tool
The camera-lowering device shall be operated by use of a portable lowering tool. The
tool shall consist of a lightweight metal frame and winch assembly with cable as
described herein, a quick release cable connector, an adjustable safety clutch and a
variable speed industrial duty electric drill motor. This tool shall be compatible with
accessing the support cable through the hand hole of the pole. The lowering tool shall
attach to the pole with one single bolt. The tool will support itself and the load assuring
lowering operations and provide a means to prevent freewheeling when loaded. The
lowering tool shall be delivered to the ACHD upon project completion. The lowering
tool shall have a reduction gear to reduce the manual effort required to operate the
lifting handle to raise and lower a capacity load. The lowering tool shall be provided
with an adapter for operating the lowering device by a portable drill using a clutch
mechanism. The lowering tool shall be equipped with a positive breaking mechanism to
secure the cable reel during raising and lowering operations and prevent freewheeling.
The manufacturer shall provide a variable speed, heavy-duty reversible drill motor and a
minimum of one lowering tool plus any additional tools required by plan notes. The
lowering tool shall be made of durable and corrosion resistant materials, powder
coated, galvanized, or otherwise protected from the environment by industry-accepted
coatings to withstand exposure to a corrosive environment.
D. Materials
All pulleys for the camera lowering device and portable lowering tool shall have sealed,
self lubricated bearings, oil tight bronze bearings, or sintered bronze bushings. The
lowering cable shall be a minimum 1/8-inch diameter stainless steel aircraft cable with a
minimum breaking strength of 1740 pounds with (7) strands of 19 wire each.
All electrical and video coaxial connections between the fixed and lowerable portion of
the contact block shall be protected from exposure to the weather by a waterproof seal
to prevent degradation of the electrical contacts. The electrical connections between
the fixed and movable lowering device components shall be designed to conduct high
frequency data bits and one (1) volt peak-to-peak video signals as well as the power
requirements for operation of dome environmental controls.
The interface and locking components shall be made of stainless steel and or aluminum.
All external components of the lowering device shall be made of corrosion resistant
materials, powder coated, galvanized, or otherwise protected from the environment by
industry-accepted coatings to withstand exposure to a corrosive environment.
The camera junction box shall be of two piece clamshell design with one hinge side and
one latch side to facilitate easy opening. The general shape of the box shall be cylindrical
to minimize the EPA. The Camera Junction Box shall be cast aluminum with stabilizing
weights on the outside of the box to increase room on the interior. The box shall be
capable of having up to 40 pounds of stabilizing weights. The bottom of the Camera
Junction Box shall be drilled and tapped with a 1-1/2” NPT thread to accept industry
standard dome housings and be able to be modified to accept a wide variety of other
camera mountings. The junction box shall be gasketed to prevent water intrusion. The
bottom of the box shall incorporate a screened and vented hole to allow airflow and
reduce internal condensation.
The Camera Manufacturer shall provide weights and /or counterweights as necessary to
assure that the alignment of pins and connectors are proper for the camera support to
be raised into position without binding. The lowering unit will have sufficient weight to
disengage the camera and its control components in order that it can be lowered
properly.
The Camera Manufacturer shall provide the power and signal connectors for
attachment to the bare leads in the pole top and/or camera junction boxes.
The Camera Manufacturer shall provide a mounting flange sufficient for mounting their
respective camera assembly to the bottom of the Camera connection box.
E. Camera Lowering System Steel Pole
1. Design
Design shall be in accordance with the 1994 AASHTO "Standard Specifications for
Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires and Traffic Signals." Minimum
Loading requirements shall be based on an isotach wind velocity for the area of
installation according to 1994 AASHTO isotach wind chart with a 1.3 gust factor.
Calculations and detailed drawings shall be submitted demonstrating compliance
with the AASHTO specification.
2. Fabricator
The Fabricator shall be certified under Category I, "Conventional Steel Structures" as
set forth by the American Institute of Steel Construction Quality Certification
Program. Proof of this certification will be required prior to bid opening to ensure
that the fabricator has the personnel, organization, experience, procedures,
knowledge, equipment, capability and commitment to fabricate quality pole
structures.
3. Welding
All welding shall be in accordance with Sections 1 through 8 of the American
Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 Structural Welding Code. Tackers and welders shall be
qualified in accordance with the code. Tube longitudinal seam welds shall be free of
cracks and excessive undercut, performed with automatic processes, and be visually
inspected. Longitudinal welds suspected to contain defects shall be magnetic
particle inspected. All circumferential butt-welded pole and arm splices shall be
ultrasonically or radiographically inspected.
4. Material Certifications
All materials and products shall be manufactured in the United States of America,
and comply with ASTM or AASHTO specifications. Mill certifications shall be
supplied as proof of compliance with the specifications.
5. Performance Calculations
The pole shall be designed to support the specified camera and accessories. Close
consideration must be given to the effective projected area of the complete
lowering system and camera equipment to be mounted on the pole along with the
weight when designing the pole to meet the specified deflection performance
criteria. The pole top deflection shall not exceed one inch in a 30-mph (non-gust)
wind. The calculations shall include a pole, base plate, and anchor bolt analysis.
The pole calculations shall be analyzed at the pole base, at 5-ft. pole
intervals/segments and at any other critical pole section. At each of these locations,
the following information shall be given:
The pole's diameter, thickness, section modulus, moment of inertia, and cross
sectional area.
The centroid, weight, projected area, drag coefficient, velocity pressure, and wind force
of each pole segment.
The axial force, shear force, primary moment, total moment, axial stress, bending stress,
allowable axial stress, allowable bending stress, and combined stress ratio (CSR).
The pole's angular and linear deflection.
6. Pole Shaft
The pole shaft shall be one piece construction up to 50’ in length, and shall conform to
ASTM A595 Grade A with a minimum yield strength of 55 ksi or ASTM A572 with a minimum
yield strength of 65 ksi. Poles greater than 50’ in length shall be of two piece construction.
The shaft shall be round or 16 sided with a four inch corner radius, have a constant linear
taper of 0.14 in/ft, and contain only one longitudinal seam weld. Circumferential welded
tube butt splices and laminated tubes are not permitted. Longitudinal seam welds within 6
inches of complete penetration pole to base plate welds shall be complete penetration
welds. The shaft shall be hot dip galvanized per the requirements of the contract
documents.
7. Winch Hand Hole
The hand hole opening shall be reinforced with a minimum 2-inch wide hot rolled steel rim.
The nominal outside dimension is 6 inches x 27 inches. The handhole shall have a tapped
hole for mounting the portable winch thereto as shown on the drawings. Unless otherwise
required, the bottom lip of this handhole shall be a minimum of 30 inches from the pole
base.
8. Pole Top Tenon
The pole shall have a custom plate mounted tenon that allows the field modification of the
arm/camera orientation up to 360 degrees. With this design the engineer can make slight
orientation modifications to the camera mount to allow optimum viewing in case of future
road development, change in terrain or a change in the viewing needs priority. The tenon
shall have mounting holes and slot as required for the mounting of the camera-lowering
system. The tenon shall be of dimensions necessary to facilitate camera lowering device
component installation. For details, see applicable drawings.
9. Cable Supports / Electrical Cable Guides and Parking Stand (Eyebolts)
Top and bottom electrical cable guides shall be located within the pole aligned with each
other as referenced in the drawings. One cable guide shall be positioned 2 inches below the
handhole and the other shall be positioned 1 inch directly below the top of tenon. Two
parking stands shall be positioned a maximum of 2.75 inches below the top of the handhole
and located at 90 degrees and 270 degrees from the handhole.
10. Base Plate
Base plates shall conform to ASTM A36 or A572 Grade 42. Plates shall be integrally welded
to the tubes with a telescopic welded joint or a full penetration butt weld with backup bar.
Plates shall be hot dip galvanized per the requirements of the contract documents.
11. Anchor Bolts
Anchor bolts shall conform to the requirements of ASTM F1554 Grade 55. The upper 12
inches of the bolts shall be hot dip galvanized per ASTM A153. Each anchor bolt shall be
supplied with two hex nuts and two flat washers. The strength of the nuts shall equal or
exceed the proof load of the bolts.
1150.04 — ETHERNET SWITCH
(Revised 10/14/2010)
A. Edge Switches
Switches are used for end (edge of network) device interface. Switches typically will be installed
in traffic signal cabinets. Switches shall be Etherwan EX71620-AOB series or approved equal.
The following features and standards regarding edge switches shall apply:
1. Key Features
Meets NEMA TS2 Hardened Environmental Traffic control equipment (no fans)
Meets IEC 61000-6-2 EMC standard immunity for Industrial environment
Minimum 4K MAC addresses, 256K Bytes buffer memory
Support IEEE 802.3/802.3u//802.3ab/802.3z/802.3x standards
Minimum port configuration of:
 Up to 8 Ports: (6) Base 10/100BaseTX ports, (2) additional Fiber ports
 Options for industry standard fiber optical connectors: SC, ST, RJ-45
 Single-mode optical transceivers
 Options for long haul optics to allow distances up to 90km
1000M-Full-duplex, 10/100M-Full/Half-duplex, MDI/MDIX, Auto-Negotiating
Option for up to (2) Gigabit fiber ports
IEEE802.3x compliant flow control
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging and port trunking groups
NEMA TS1 & TS2 rated integrated or standalone power supply
Support for Panel mounting installation
Include terminal block power supply 24v DC
2. Management Support
Packet Filtering and Port Security with MIB Statistics counters for all ports
IEEE 802.1p QoS with classifications based on: Port based priority, VLAN Priority field in
VLAN tagged frame, or DS/TOS field in IP packet
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Algorithm
IP Multicast Filtering through IGMP Snooping
Rate Control down to 16kbps Rate Control granularity
RS-232 console, Telnet, Browser, and TFTP management interface
3. LED/Alarm Indicators
Per Unit: Power Status, Per Port: LNK/ACT, Alarms for power failure
4. Ethernet Standards
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-FX
IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T, IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX
5. Forwarding Rate
14,880pps for 10Mbps
148,810pps for 100Mbps
1,488,100pps for 1000Mbps
6. Environmental (NEMA TS1/2)
Operating Temperature:
Humidity:
Power Consumption:
Warranty:
-34⁰C to 74⁰C (-29⁰F to 165⁰F)
10% to 95% Non-Condensing
20W Max.
5-Year Hardware Warranty
B. Aggregation (Hub) Switches
Hub switches are used to aggregate 100Base branch networks onto fiber optic Gigabit
backbone. They shall be Etherwan EX9200 or Ruggedcom RG2100 series or approved equal.
The following features and standards shall apply.
1. Key Features:
Meets NEMA TS2 Hardened Environmental Traffic control equipment (no fans)
Meets IEC 61000-6-2 EMC standard immunity for Industrial environment
Minimum 8K MAC addresses, 2M Bytes buffer memory
Support IEEE 802.3/802.3u//802.3ab/802.3z/802.3x standards
Minimum port configuration of:
o (14) 100Base FX ports, (2) 100 Base TX, (2) Gigabit Fiber ports
o Options for industry standard fiber optical connectors: SC, ST, RJ-45
o Single-mode optical transceivers
o Options for long haul optics - 75km on FX ports and 50 km on GigE ports
1000M-Full-duplex, 10/100M-Full/Half-duplex, MDI/MDIX, Auto-Negotiating
Option for up to (2) Gigabit fiber ports
IEEE802.3x compliant flow control and broadcast storm filtering
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging, port trunking groups, port mirroring
IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree and IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
Alarms for power failure and reset to button for local configuration/reset
NEMA TS1 & TS2 rated integrated or standalone power supply
Support for Rack Mount or Panel mounting installation
a. Management Support
Packet Filtering and Port Security with MIB Statistics counters for all ports
IEEE 802.1p QoS with classifications based on: Port based priority , VLAN Priority
field in VLAN tagged frame, or DS/TOS field in IP packet
IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Algorithm
IP Multicast Filtering through IGMP Snooping
Rate Control for TX ports from 2Mbps to 100Mbps
RS-232 console (CLI), Telnet, Browser, and TFTP management interface
b. LED/Alarm Indicators:
Per Unit: Power Status, Per Port: LNK/ACT, Alarms for power failure
c. Ethernet Standards:
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100Base-FX
IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T, IEEE 802.3z 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX
d. Environmental (NEMA TS1/2)
Operating Temperature:
Humidity:
Power Consumption:
Warranty:
-34⁰C to 74⁰C (-29⁰F to 165⁰F)
10% to 95% Non-Condensing
40W Max.
5-Year Hardware Warranty
C. Traffic Management Center Ethernet Switch
Ethernet switch is used to manage network Ethernet/IP traffic from HUB and Edge switches.
Switch shall be Cisco 3750G-12S-S Gigabit Ethernet + 12 SFP, 1U rack mountable w/ stacking.
Switch to include Cisco SFP – mini GBIC transceiver module 1000 Base LX, 1000 Base LH plug in
module up to 6.2 miles – 1300 nm
1150.05 – VIDEO DECODER
(Revised 5/15/08)
ACHD requires an MPEG 4 fiber optic video decoder to be installed in the ACHD TMC. The
hardened MPEG 4 decoder shall be a Bosch VIP XD MPEG 4 Single/Quad Stream Decoder. The
decoder shall be manufactured by:
Bosch Security System
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Tel: (800) 326-3270
Fax: (717) 735-6560
The specified product shall be manufactured by a firm whose quality system is in compliance
with the I.S. /ISO 9001/EN 29001, QUALITY SYSTEM.
A. General Description
The product specified is designed for use in CCTV systems to function as an MPEG-4 network
video server. This receiver is capable of decoding up to 4CIF resolution at 30 images per second
video data and transmitting control signals over 10/100 Base-T data networks such as Ethernet
LAN and the Internet. The decoder may simultaneously receive up to four video streams from
one or more compatible MPEG-4 transmitters, and be capable of displaying the video in quad
view as four CIF resolution quality pictures at 30 images per second. External alarm inputs may
be used to automatically trigger system functions.
A separate composite video output from the decoder allows up to 4CIF quality resolution video
at 30 images per second to be displayed on a standard CCTV monitor. This specified MPEG-4
decoder, used in conjunction with a compatible MPEG-4 decoder via the network, can be used
as a stand-alone, point-to-point system to receive video and transmit control data without the
need for a PC.
The product, as supplied by the manufacturer, consists of the network video (decoder), power
supply, a configuration cable to allow setup of the server, a quick start guide for operation, and
a product CD containing all the necessary documentation and software drivers as required.
B. Product Requirements
The decoder specified shall be an MPEG-4 video server primarily designed for CCTV applications
for use via a 10/100 Base-T IP network to decode 4CIF quality resolution video at 30 images per
second and to transmit control data to controllable PTZ cameras. The decoder may
simultaneously receive up to four video streams from one or more compatible MPEG-4
transmitters and be capable of displaying the video in quad view as four CIF resolution quality
pictures at 30 images per second. A 15-pin sub-D VGA output connector shall be provided for
connection of a computer monitor.
The decoder, when paired with a compatible MPEG-4 transmitter (decoder), shall create a stand
alone, point-to-point IP-based connection via the network without the need for a PC. The MPEG4 digital video from the compatible decoder is converted by the decoder back to composite
video for display on a standard CCTV (PAL/NTSC) analog monitor. The decoder shall provide the
composite video output via a standard BNC connector.
The decoder shall provide a bi-directional data interface to transmit control data for
pan/tilt/zoom camera control. The interface supports RS232, RS422, and RS485 transmission
standards.
The decoder shall be compatible with the Bosch VIDOS software package that operates,
controls, and administers CCTV installations at remote locations.
The video decoder shall be compatible with the Bosch VASA hybrid IP Integration Software that
seamlessly integrates and bridges the Bosch analog Allegiant matrix switcher/controller system
with digital video networks.
All operational settings of the product, including the IP address, shall be configurable via the
network using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser (Version 6.0 or greater) or the Bosch
Vidos optional video management software program.
The decoder shall have a function that automatically re-establishes connection to an IP address
upon restart after a connection breakdown or network failure.
The decoder shall provide a relay output that may be used to switch external devices such as
lights or audible alarms. The relay may be activated manually or automatically as a response to
an alarm input. Normally closed or normally open contacts may be specified. Selection may be
made to have the relay remain in the active state for the length of time as the alarm or it may be
selected to remain active for a programmed period of time.
The manufacturer shall include the proper power supply unit for the specified decoder.
The decoder shall be protected by two password levels to guard against unauthorized access to
the unit.
The decoder shall be capable of having its time synchronized from the computer via a Synchr.PC
command or by receiving the time signal from a time server using the time server protocol (RFC
868) and then using it to set the internal clock.
1150.06 – VIDEO ENCODER
(Revised 5/15/08)
ACHD requires an MPEG 4 fiber optic video encoder to be installed for existing ACHD analog
cameras. The hardened MPEG 4 encoder shall be a Bosch Videojet X10 MPEG 4 Single Stream
Encoder. The encoder shall be manufactured by:
Bosch Security Systems
850 Greenfield Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Tel. (800) 326-3270
Fax
(717) 735-6560
The specified product shall be manufactured by a firm whose quality system is in compliance
with the I.S. /ISO 9001/EN 29001, QUALITY SYSTEM.
A. General Description
The product specified is designed for use in CCTV systems to function as an MPEG-4 network
video server. This receiver is capable of decoding up to 4CIF resolution at 30 images per second
video data and transmitting control signals over 10/100 Base-T data networks such as Ethernet
LAN and the Internet. The encoder may simultaneously receive up to four video streams from
one or more compatible MPEG-4 transmitters, and be capable of displaying the video in quad
view as four CIF resolution quality pictures at 30 images per second. External alarm inputs may
be used to automatically trigger system functions.
A separate composite video output from the encoder allows up to 4CIF quality resolution video
at 30 images per second to be displayed on a standard CCTV monitor. This specified MPEG-4
encoder, used in conjunction with a compatible MPEG-4 encoder via the network, can be used
as a stand-alone, point-to-point system to receive video and transmit control data without the
need for a PC.
The product, as supplied by the manufacturer, consists of the network video (encoder), power
supply, a configuration cable to allow setup of the server, a quick start guide for operation, and
a product CD containing all the necessary documentation and software drivers as required.
B. Product Requirements
The encoder specified shall be an MPEG-4 video server primarily designed for CCTV applications
for use via a 10/100 Base-T IP network to decode 4CIF quality resolution video at 30 images per
second and to transmit control data to controllable PTZ cameras. The encoder may
simultaneously receive up to four video streams from one or more compatible MPEG-4
transmitters and be capable of displaying the video in quad view as four CIF resolution quality
pictures at 30 images per second. A 15-pin sub-D VGA output connector shall be provided for
connection of a computer monitor.
The encoder, when paired with a compatible MPEG-4 transmitter (encoder), shall create a stand
alone, point-to-point IP-based connection via the network without the need for a PC. The MPEG4 digital video from the compatible encoder is converted by the encoder back to composite
video for display on a standard CCTV (PAL/NTSC) analog monitor. The encoder shall provide the
composite video output via a standard BNC connector.
The encoder shall provide a bi-directional data interface to transmit control data for
pan/tilt/zoom camera control. The interface supports RS232, RS422, and RS485 transmission
standards.
The encoder shall be compatible with the Bosch VIDOS software package that operates,
controls, and administers CCTV installations at remote locations.
The video encoder shall be compatible with the Bosch VASA hybrid IP Integration Software that
seamlessly integrates and bridges the Bosch analog Allegiant matrix switcher/controller system
with digital video networks.
All operational settings of the product, including the IP address, shall be configurable via the
network using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser (Version 6.0 or greater) or the Bosch
Vidos optional video management software program.
The encoder shall have a function that automatically re-establishes connection to an IP address
upon restart after a connection breakdown or network failure.
The encoder shall provide a relay output that may be used to switch external devices such as
lights or audible alarms. The relay may be activated manually or automatically as a response to
an alarm input. Normally closed or normally open contacts may be specified. Selection may be
made to have the relay remain in the active state for the length of time as the alarm or it may be
selected to remain active for a programmed period of time.
The manufacturer shall include the proper power supply unit for the specified encoder.
The encoder shall be protected by two password levels to guard against unauthorized access to
the unit.
The encoder shall be capable of having its time synchronized from the computer via a Synchr.PC
command or by receiving the time signal from a time server using the time server protocol (RFC
868) and then using it to set the internal clock.
The Videojet encoder has an integrated heat pipe which needs a specific mounting direction to
be fully functional. Mount Videojet encoders in any direction except with the front (BNC side)
pointing upwards.
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