Audio/Visual for Lower Level and Board Room A2.0 Projector: A2.1

Audio/Visual for Lower Level and Board Room A2.0 Projector: A2.1
Audio/Visual for Lower Level and Board Room
A2.0 Projector:
A2.1 Projector must meet or exceed the following specifications:
A2.1.1
3LCD imaging engine capable of native WXGA (1024x768) resolution.
A2.1.2
Must be 3000 ANSI lumens or higher.
A2.1.3
Must be capable of 500:1 contrast ratio or higher.
A2.1.4
Must have a lamp life of 2000 hours or more.
A2.1.5
Must have an audio output that is both stereo and variable (controlled by the
projector remote).
A2.1.6
A wireless video device must be provided for PC, MAC, and Mobile devices
to connect to the projector for sharing.
A2.1.7
The wireless video connection will tie into the existing audio system.
A2.1.8
Must be capable of switching the audio with the video so that the appropriate
audio signal matches the video.
A2.1.9
Must have two VGA inputs and one VGA output.
A2.1.10
Must have one composite video input.
A2.1.11
Must have one HDMI input.
A2.1.12
Must have one RS-232 control port.
A2.1.13
Must have filters that can be cleaned without taking the projector off
the mount.
A2.1.14
Must have a lens with at least a 20% zoom ratio.
A2.1.15
Speaker must be built into the projector.
A2.1.16
Must have a three year warranty or longer, not limited by hours of operation.
A3.0 Wall Plate Interface:
A3.1 Wall plate interface must meet or exceed the following specifications:
A3.1.1
Must be milled from .115” aluminum (plus or minus .015”)
A3.1.2
Must have female VGA – 15pin HD input, pass-through type
marked “Computer”.
A3.1.3
Must have another female VGA – 15pin HD input, pass-through type, marked
“Document Camera”. (OPTIONAL)
A3.1.4
Must have one female 3.5mm stereo jack for computer audio, pass-through
type.
A3.1.5
Must have one female RCA jack for composite video, pass-through
type, marked “Video”
A3.1.6
Must have two female RCA jacks for L/R audio, pass-through type, marked “L
i. Audio – R”.
A3.1.7
Must have one HDMI jack, pass-through type, marked “HDMI”.
A4.0 Network Control Device:
A4.1 Network control device must meet or exceed the following specifications:
A4.1.1
Must be a 100Mbs capable device.
A4.1.2
Must support the following network protocols: ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP, DHCP,
ARP, BOOTP, Telnet, DNS, SNMP, HTTP, SMTP.
A4.1.3
Must have internal serial port, LAN port, and power line surge protection.
A4.1.4
Must have serial baud rate of 110 bps to 230,400 bps.
A4.1.5
Must have a MTBF rate of over 250,000 hrs.
A4.1.6
Must operate in temperature environments of 32F to 131F.
A4.1.7
Must have a five year warranty.
A5.0 Control Software:
A5.1 Control software must meet or exceed the following specifications:
A5.1.1
Must be able to turn the projector on and off.
A5.1.2
Must be able to raise and lower volume of projector.
A5.1.3
Must be able to switch video sources at projector.
A5.1.4
Must provide password protected administration menu for projector
and network setup.
A5.1.5
Must support RS-232 controllable projectors and LAN projectors of different
manufacturers.
A6.0 Projector Management Software:
A6.1 Centralized Projector Management Software must meet or exceed the following specifications:
A6.1.1
Must be able to control one projector, a group of projectors or all
projectors over the network.
A6.1.2
Must be able to turn projectors on and off.
A6.1.3
Must be able to switch projector input sources.
A6.1.4
Must be able to automatically shut-down projectors at pre-defined times.
A6.1.5
Must allow projector and location regrouping.
A6.1.6
Must support RS-232 controllable projectors and LAN projectors of different
projector manufacturers.
A7.0 Projection Screen
A7.1 Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
A7.1.1
Install projection screens with screen cases in position and relationship to adjoining
construction as indicated, securely anchored to supporting substrate, and in manner that
produces a smoothly operating screen with plumb and straight vertical edges and plumb
and flat viewing surfaces when screen is lowered.
A7.1.2
Test manually operated units to verify that screen operating components are in optimum
functioning condition
A7.1.3
The screen will be mounted a minimum of 6” from the wall so that when pulled down fully,
it does not interfere any surface.
A7.1.4
The projector will be mounted in a location so that the projected image fills the screen
completely without over shooting the boundaries of the screen. It will also be positioned
so that the projector is perpendicular to the surface of the screen. If proper positioning of
the projector is difficult due to fluorescent light fixtures, sprinkler heads or HVAC vents,
then the SMHA should be notified so that a “best-fit” solution can be agreed upon.
Although there may be some exceptions, the projector should be located in relation to the
screen so that minimal if any digital keystone correction is required to fully and squarely
fill the screen.
A8.0 Additional Equipment Requirements:
A9.0 Projector Mount:
A9.1
The projector mount must securely hold the projector properly in place while
allowing easy access for the changing and cleaning of air filters.
A10.0 Projector Mount Pipe:
A10.1 The pipe that connects the projector mount to the ceiling plate must be 1.5” in
diameter so that video and audio cables can be neatly routed through the pipe.
Pipe must be 8-12” long in order to allow for proper ventilation in and around
the projector. Color is black.
A11.0 Video and Audio Cables:
A11.1 All cables that are routed above the ceiling must be plenum rated.
A11.2 VGA cables - VGA cables must be 26-25AWG, 5-coax (RGBHV), 75 ohm, with
overall inner overlapping aluminum shield and outer copper braided shield with 95%
coverage or higher.
A11.3
Composite Video Cables – Composite video cables must be RG-59, 75 ohm,
coax type with a 20AWG center conductor. Outer shield must be braided copper
with 95% coverage or better.
A11.4
HDMI Cables – HDMI cable should have an inline booster that does not
require an external power supply.
A11.5
RCA Audio Cables – RCA audio cables must have four – 18 to 22 AWG
conductors with an outer shield plus a drain wire. Drain wire must be grounded
at one end only.
A11.6 3.5mm Audio Cables – 3.5mm audio cables must have
three – 18 to 22 AWG conductors with an outer shield plus a
drain wire. Drain wire must be grounded at one end only.
A12.0 Projection Screen: (96 inches x 96 inches (2438 mm x 2438 mm).
A12.1 Projection screen must be a manual pull down and 8
feet wide
A12.1.2 Size. Screens must be securely mounted to the
structure via a ceiling wire or chain on both ends of the
screen. “Butterfly” clips attached to the T-bars without
supporting wires, cables or chains will not be acceptable.
Supporting wires, cables or chains must have a holding
strength of 100lbs each or greater. Screen must have a black
border on the sides the projected area.
A13.0Ceiling Plate:
A13.1 The ceiling plate will allow for the projector to be installed
in a variety of locations. It will have a threaded flange that will
allow for the mounting pipe to be fastened securely. It will also
have a cutout that allows the electricians to easily and securely
install a single gang electrical outlet.
A14.0 PRODUCTS
A14.1 MANUFACTURERS
A14.1.2 Acceptable Manufacturer: Draper Inc, which is located at: 411 S.
Pearl P. O. Box 425; Spiceland, IN 47385-0425; Toll Free Tel: 800-2387999; Tel: 765-987-7999; Fax: 866-637-5611; Email:request info
(drapercontract@draperinc.com); Web:www.draperinc.com
A14.1.3 Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with
provisions of Section 01 60 00.
A14.1.4 MANUALLY OPERATED, CEILING RECESSED, PROJECTION
SCREEN
A14.1.5 Apex: Spring roller operated. Apex manually operated, institutional
quality, screen expressly designed for concealed installation. Extruded U
shaped extruded aluminum case, 4-1/2 inches (114 mm) high and 4-1/2
inches (114 mm) wide. The case installs above the ceiling and is provided
with a closure panel at the bottom of the screen surface, which seals the
ceiling opening when the screen is retracted. A trim flange surrounds the
perimeter of the screen case to finish the installation in a suspended or
drywall ceiling. Bottom of case and closure are furnished in ceiling white.
A14.1.6 Projection Viewing Surface:
A14.1.7 Matt White XT1000E - On Axis gain of 1.0. 180 degree viewing
cone. Washable surface. GREENGUARD Gold certified.
A14.1.8 Viewing Area H x W.
A14.1.9 Audio Visual Format.
A14.1.10 96 inches x 96 inches (2438 mm x 2438 mm).
A14.1.11 3 LCD projector, 3,000 lumen
A15.0 EXAMINATION
A15.1 Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly
prepared.
A15.1.2 Verify rough-in openings are properly prepared.
A15.1.3 If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another
installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before
proceeding.
A16.0 PREPARATION
A16.1 Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
A16.1 Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the
manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under
the project conditions.
A17.0 PROTECTION
A17.1 Protect installed products until completion of project.
A17.1.2 Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before
Substantial Completion.
A18.0 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A18.1 Do not deliver projection screens until building is enclosed
and other construction where screens will be installed is
substantially complete.
A18.1.2 Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging
until ready for installation.
A18.1.3 Protect all equipment from damage during delivery,
handling, storage, and installation.
A19.0 SUBMITTALS
A19.1 Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00.
A19.1.2 Draper Manufacturer’s data sheets on each product to
be used, including:
A19.1.3 Preparation instructions and recommendations.
A19.1.4 Storage and handling requirements and
recommendations.
A19.1.5 Installation methods.
A19.1.6 Shop Drawings: Shop drawings showing layout and
types of projection screens. Show the following:
A19.1.7 Location of screen centerline.
A19.1.8 Location of wiring connections.
A19.1.9 Seams in viewing surfaces.
A19.1.10 Detailed drawings for concealed mounting.
A19.1.11 Connections to suspension systems.
A19.1.12 Anchorage details.
A19.1.13 Accessories.
A19.1.14 Frame details.
A20.0 REFERENCES
A20.1 NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code.
A20.1.2 NFPA 701-99 - Fire Tests for Flame-Resistant Textiles and
Films.
A20.1.3 GREENGUARD Environmental Institute Children & Schools.
A20.1.4 US Green Building Council.
A20.1.5 Cradle to Cradle Certified - Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation
Institute.
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