Security Systems Installation Specifications

Security Systems Installation Specifications
 Security Systems Installation Specifications Version 5.1 6 December 2016 AUTHORITY Version Authorisation Approval Date Effective Date 4.1 Security Manager, Facilities Management July 2005 4.9 Security Manager, Facilities Management December 2006 4.10 Security Manager, Facilities Management February 2009 4.11 Security Manager, Facilities Management March 2011 4.12 Security Manager, Facilities Management October 2011 4.13 Security Manager, Facilities Management November 2012 5.0 Security Manager, Facilities Management August 2015 August 2015 5.1 Security Manager, Facilities Management December 2016 December 2016 DOCUMENT CONTROL Review and History
The content of this document, Security Systems Installation Specifications, is managed and controlled by Security Services who will ensure that it is reviewed when any significant equipment or software changes necessitate it. Version Reviewed by Approval Date Sections modified 4.1 Security Systems July 2005
Entire document 4.9 Security Systems December 2006
Major Rewrite 4.10 Security Systems February 2009
Various Changes 4.11 Security Systems March 2011 Changes to design and installation standard 4.12 Security Systems October 2011
Various Changes 4.13 Security Systems November 2012
Various Changes 5.0 Security Systems August 2015
Major Rewrite 5.1 Security Systems June 2016
Various Changes 3 | P a g e Contents
AUTHORITY .............................................................................................................................. 3 DOCUMENT CONTROL ............................................................................................................. 3 1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 7 2. DEFINITIONS ................................................................................................................. 7 3. GENERAL....................................................................................................................... 7 3.1. Redundant Equipment and Cabling .................................................................................................... 8 3.2. Making Good ...................................................................................................................................... 9 3.3. Fit for Purpose .................................................................................................................................... 9 3.4. Soldering ............................................................................................................................................. 9 3.5. Device Terminations ........................................................................................................................... 9 3.6. Vermin and Insects ........................................................................................................................... 10 3.7. Audible Alarms .................................................................................................................................. 10 4. APPROVED SYSTEM INTEGRATORS .............................................................................. 10 5. GALLAGHER COMMAND CENTRE ................................................................................. 10 5.1. 6. Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 10 SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................... 11 6.1. Door Controllers ............................................................................................................................... 11 6.2. System Inputs and Outputs .............................................................................................................. 12 6.3. BCA Compliance ................................................................................................................................ 12 6.4. Electronic Security Doors in Designated Fire Exit Paths ................................................................... 13 6.5. Card Readers ..................................................................................................................................... 13 6.6. Anti‐Pass Back ................................................................................................................................... 14 6.7. Door Interlocking .............................................................................................................................. 15 6.8. Electronic Door Locks ....................................................................................................................... 15 6.8.1. Electronic Mortice Locks – Preferred locks for all standard doors ................................................... 16 6.8.2. Electromagnetic Locks – Required for double and external doors ................................................... 16 6.8.3. Electric Strikes ‐ With Approval by UNSW Security Only .................................................................. 17 6.8.4. Automatic Doors ............................................................................................................................... 17 6.8.5. Door Reed Switch Contacts .............................................................................................................. 17 6.8.6. Request to Exit Devices ..................................................................................................................... 18 6.8.7. Free Handle Egress ........................................................................................................................... 18 6.8.8. Request to Exit Push Buttons ............................................................................................................ 18 6.8.9. Cable Transfer Devices ..................................................................................................................... 19 6.8.10. Break Glass Door Release Unit ......................................................................................................... 19 6.8.11. Lift Interface ..................................................................................................................................... 19 4 | P a g e 6.8.12. Equipment Enclosures ...................................................................................................................... 20 6.8.13. Keying and Locks ............................................................................................................................... 21 6.8.14. Equipment Labelling ......................................................................................................................... 21 6.8.15. Power Supply .................................................................................................................................... 21 6.8.16. Battery Backup .................................................................................................................................. 22 6.8.17. Interface to the Fire System ............................................................................................................. 22 6.8.18. Help Points ........................................................................................................................................ 22 6.8.19. Integration ........................................................................................................................................ 22 7. CABLE REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................ 23 7.1. Wiring and Cable .............................................................................................................................. 24 7.2. Cable Support ................................................................................................................................... 25 UNSW Cable / Wiring Requirements ................................................................................................................ 26 7.3. Cables in Ceiling Space ...................................................................................................................... 27 7.4. Conduits ............................................................................................................................................ 27 7.5. Cable Duct ......................................................................................................................................... 27 7.6. Fixings ............................................................................................................................................... 28 8. INSPECTIONS, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING ............................................................ 28 8.1. Works Inspections ............................................................................................................................ 29 8.2. Programming .................................................................................................................................... 29 8.3. Testing and Commissioning .............................................................................................................. 29 8.3.1. Commissioning Reports .................................................................................................................... 30 8.3.2. Performance and Acceptance Testing .............................................................................................. 31 8.4. Completion ....................................................................................................................................... 31 8.5. Warranty/Defects Liability Period .................................................................................................... 32 9. MONITORING .............................................................................................................. 32 9.1. IAS Configuration and Control .......................................................................................................... 33 9.2. Reed Switches ................................................................................................................................... 33 9.3. Fixed Duress Button .......................................................................................................................... 33 9.4. Gallagher T20 Terminal ..................................................................................................................... 34 9.5. Status Indicator Panels ..................................................................................................................... 35 9.6. Passive Infrared Sensors (PIRs) ......................................................................................................... 35 10. CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM (CCTV) ............................................................... 35 10.1. Standards and Compliance ............................................................................................................... 36 10.2. IP Indoor Approved CCTV Cameras (and Associated Housing) ......................................................... 36 10.3. IP Indoor Outdoor CCTV Cameras (and Associated Housing) ........................................................... 37 10.4. PTZ Cameras (and Associated Housing) ............................................................................................ 37 10.5. 360 Degree Indoor/Outdoor Cameras .............................................................................................. 37 11. Defects Liability ........................................................................................................... 37 5 | P a g e Appendix A: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets ................................. 39 Appendix B: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets ................................. 43 Appendix C: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets ................................. 44 6 | P a g e 1.
INTRODUCTION The UNSW Security System installation Specifications sets out UNSW’s minimum requirement for design, construction and maintenance of the security systems. It ensures the installation of new and refurbished systems are fit for purpose and are cost efficient to maintain and operate. 2.
DEFINITIONS 3.
Term Definition EAC Electronic Access Control IAS Intruder Alarm System RAT Remote Arming Terminal Security Contractor Installation company installing equipment SMS Security Management System GENERAL The existing electronic security systems installed at the University of New South Wales include the following: 
Gallagher ‘Command Centre’ based Security Management System (SMS) for management and control of the IAS (Intruder Alert System) and EACS (Electronic Access Control System); 
CISCO SASD system comprising of IP CCTV cameras; 
Dallas Delta ‘Sentry’ Help Point System; and 
Salto integrated access control (please speak to UNSW representative prior to installing this product). This standard covers the design and installation of field equipment pertaining to the above. The Security Contractor shall ensure that all systems and equipment installed as part of these works are identical make and model and fully compatible with the existing and new systems installed onsite, to provide a seamless and fully integrated solution. UNSW Security Systems must be consulted with for all security system works (prior to the commencement of any works). The design, quality control, installation and testing of the installation shall comply with all relevant Government Standards, Australian and International Standards and local Statutory Authority Regulations as amended. 
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AS/NZS 1049 Telecommunication Cable – Insulation and Sheath – Polyethylene AS/NZS 1099 Tests for Electronic Equipment AS/NZS 1100 Technical Drawings AS/NZS 1101 Graphical Symbols for General Engineering AS/NZS 1102 Graphical Symbols for Electrotechnology AS/NZS 1104 Informative Symbols for use on Electrical and Electronic Equipment AS/NZS 1345 Identification of the Contents of Pipes, Conduits and Ducts AS/NZS 1428 Design for access and mobility (All Parts) AS/NZS 1768 Lightning Protection AS/NZS 1882 Earth and Bonding Clamps AS/NZS 2052 Metallic Conduits and Fittings AS/NZS 2053 Non Metallic conduits and Fittings AS/NZS 2279 Disturbances in Mains Supply Networks AS/NZS 2546 Printed Circuit Boards AS/NZS 3000 S.A.A. Wiring Rules AS/NZ 3080 Telecommunications installations ‐ Integrated telecommunications cabling systems for commercial premises AS/NZS 3901 Quality Assurance Standards AS/NZS 3905.2 Quality Systems Guidelines AS/NZS 4251.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility ‐ Generic Emission Standards IEC 297 Dimensions of Mechanical Structures of the 482.6 mm (19”) series ISO 9001 Quality Assurance Standards (for construction) ISO 9002 Quality Systems Guidelines (for construction) ISO 9003 Quality Systems (for construction) Local Electricity Supply Authority Australian OH&S Statutory Requirements (Work Safe – Australia) The latest issue of the referenced standards and documents shall apply. All equipment and installations shall comply with the referenced documents. Where conflict arises between the requirements of the standards and reference documents, the most stringent requirements shall be applied. As a minimum requirement, all work shall comply with AUSTEL standards, AS3000 wiring rules, AS2201 Intruder Alarm Systems and AS4806 CCTV. In addition, UNSW Security Systems shall specifically approve all design work. All equipment and services must be compatible with and meet the requirements in this specification. All tenderers need to show an existing track record working with Gallagher equipment for at least five years and their employees are to be accredited by Gallagher (International) Limited to work on Gallagher equipment. The successful tenderer will need to supply references showing that they have a proven ability to work on large, complex and integrated systems comparable to those installed at UNSW. Works in this contract are to be performed by direct employees of the successful tenderer. No sub‐letting of any part of this contract is permitted (unless otherwise stated) without prior written approval of UNSW. 3.1.
Redundant Equipment and Cabling Remove and store all equipment, systems and sub‐systems to be replaced or made redundant by this project. Where redundant equipment is removed, the adjacent surfaces shall be made good to match surrounding finish. This shall include, but not be limited to repair of door frames and doors. Also, refer to Clause 3.2, of this document Making Good. 8 | P a g e All redundant cabling shall be labelled as per Clause 7.1 Wiring and Cable. All redundant cabling shall be isolated from field equipment and devices, and stored in a manner in which redundant cabling will not interfere with the operation of any security equipment but can be readily re‐commissioned when required. At the completion of the project, all redundant equipment shall be handed to UNSW Security Systems. 3.2.
Making Good When execution of the Works causes damage, or removal of equipment leaves an unsatisfactory finish, repair such damage or finish with materials compatible with the surrounding material and finished off flush with the adjacent surface. This shall include, but not be limited to repair or replacement of door frames and doors, and re‐establishment or making good of all panels, housings, and other areas necessary to be re‐
established which are, in the opinion of UNSW Security Systems, damaged in the course of the Works. 3.3.
Fit for Purpose Provide all equipment accessories, whether specifically documented or not, to ensure that the equipment is suitable for its intended purpose, to the approval of the UNSW Security Systems Representative. Equipment accessories include but are not limited to: 
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Connectors and outlets; Batteries; Enclosures; Protective cages and/or covers; Anti‐tamper and/or anti‐removal devices; Filters, both optical and environmental; Brackets and supporting braces; Escutcheons and face plates; and Adaptors. Soldering Solder shall be resin cored solder with 65% tin content. No separate flux is permitted. The solder shall provide a good electrical bond between the conductor and the tag. 3.5.
Device Terminations Where device cable tails require termination for the connection of cabling, solder all connections and install heat shrink to fully insulate each termination point. Heat shrink shall be installed: 
At each cable core and termination point; 
Across the main cable sheath of multi‐core cables to fully insulate the cable termination and provide a secure cable connection; and 9 | P a g e 
As directed by the UNSW Security Systems Representative and the Security Consultant following inspection of the cabling and cable termination onsite. Application of the heat shrink shall not show any evidence of: 
ruptures, melting due to excess heat or breakages in the insulation provided by the heat shrink; and 
exposed cable cores, terminations or the outer cable sheath. Loosely applied heat shrink which does not form a secure connection or insulator will not be accepted. 3.6.
Vermin and Insects All enclosures, cabinets, ducting and conduits shall be sealed or otherwise protected to prevent the entry of vermin or other insects which could damage the equipment or cabling. The proposed method for protection against vermin and insects shall be submitted for approval by the Security Contractor. 3.7.
Audible Alarms To ensure compatibility with other equipment and/or systems, all equipment and/or system audible devices, including CPU audible alerts, installed as a part of this project shall be to the amplitude and pitch as approved by the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. 4.
APPROVED SYSTEM INTEGRATORS Refer to UNSW’s Security Systems for the current list of Site approved systems integrators. 5.
GALLAGHER COMMAND CENTRE 5.1.
Overview The existing system is a Gallagher ‘Command Centre’ SMS utilizing ‘FT Series’ controllers and data gather panels connected to SMS servers located at UNSW. The Gallagher system provides control and monitoring of the main entrances to each building, general areas, internal areas and the like. Validated access through electronically controlled doors is provided by the use of proximity cards and card readers. The operation of the existing Gallagher system throughout UNSW campuses shall not be impeded, affected or otherwise by new installations. System is to provide Access Control for 24 hours entry to building via specific entry points. Free egress for all system doors is to be maintained at all times (unless specified otherwise). Building Systems will be closed and at predetermined times via accessed Time Zone allocation to the appropriate zone. After hours entry is gained via a valid user operating the designated access door. 10 | P a g e All individual building equipment shall operate via card reader assigned to that building or area (e.g. door free access/door secure and any Ancillary Reeds, Doors assigned to that zone). All Electronic Security Controlled Doors must go to free access (egress) in the event of a fire alarm unless otherwise stated for individual doors. Each building is to have a contact connected (input) from the building fire panel to the Gallagher controller, for an alarm activation on Gallagher (in the event of a fire alarm). External Doors, other than the designated after hours entry, shall indicate a door open alarm on the operator terminal, alarm to be timer controller from 0‐180 sec for a valid egress. An unauthorised access shall generate an immediate alarm condition locally (sounder) and at the Command Centre. All licenses pertaining to the security systems as a whole are to be supplied by the contractor. 6.
SPECIFICATIONS 6.1.
Door Controllers Gallagher FT6000 field controllers, with 6000‐8R modules attached, shall be installed to carry out the functions specified in this document. Each FT6000 Controller must not exceed eight door objects. Gallagher GBUS Universal Reader Interface (URI) devices are permissible to be utilised to expand field controller capacity, however no more than four additional GBUS URI’s are to be connected to any single field controller (keeping in mind the maximum of 8 doors). Door Controllers shall be connected to the SMS to carry out the functions specified in this document. Door Controllers and associated peripheral equipment (e.g. power supply, battery, fuses etc.) shall be mounted within secure enclosures and to the approval of the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. Controllers can have the following devices connected: 
Gallagher FT High Density I/O expander; 
Gallagher T Series (T10 – for access controlled doors; T20 for alarm controlled area/door, T11 readers to be installed on areas where a mounting spacer is required eg inside lifts). Readers are to be black in colour; 
Gallagher FT GBUS and HBUS I/O expander; 
Gallagher FT 8 input expander; 
Gallagher FT G Bus URI (Universal Reader Interface); and 11 | P a g e Controllers, including all enclosures, power supplies and expansion boards to be installed no higher than 1.8 metres from the ground. HBUS is preferred over GBUS. When installing additional equipment on existing UNSW Gallagher controllers (for refurbishments etc) existing controllers are to have a maximum of 8 Door objects per controller. The power supplies that are connected to the existing controller (that is being utilized as part of a project) are to be upgraded to ensure they have 2x 8 amp power supplies (one for the Controller, the other for auxiliary). Existing power supplies that are not 8 amp are to be removed by the contractor and replaced to meet these requirements. These power supplies are to be installed in appropriate power supply enclosures. The contractor is to also ensure there are 2 separate inputs on each controller monitoring both Battery Low and Mains Fail. Power supplies are to be dedicated to each controller (not shared between multiple controllers) 6.2.
System Inputs and Outputs The EACS shall monitor the status of all system inputs and control all output functions as stated in this document and as shown on the Security Services drawings. System alarm inputs, which the EACS shall be capable of monitoring shall include, but may not be limited to the following: 
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Door reed switch contacts; Door lock monitors; Door release Request to Exit (REX) push buttons; Break glass door release units; Duress buttons; Help point alarms Remote door controls and over‐ride functions; Spare inputs (remaining inputs from base configuration); and Alarm inputs from interfaced systems. As a minimum requirement, all inputs shall be ‘end of line’ resistor monitored, via End of Line Resistor Modules (EOLMs), and provide indication of normal, alarm, cable short and cable open conditions. All door related inputs (reed switch, exit, lock sense), Controller Mains Fail and Battery low are to be installed on the controller. PIRs, sirens, equipment alarms, breakglass alarms are to be installed on expansion boards. 6.3.
BCA Compliance The door controllers and doors directly powered by the Access Control System, including all electrically released/locked doors, shall meet the requirements of the Building Code of Australia (BCA), council, fire and other regulations as required. This shall include all cabling to the doors and associated devices. All door control devices, such as card readers, exit pushbuttons, key switch overrides and the like shall be installed between 900mm and 1200mm above fixed floor level and shall be 12 | P a g e installed no less than 500mm from an internal corner, in accordance with AS 1428 (Design for access and mobility). Ensure doors meet BCA requirements and provide written confirmation to UNSW Security Systems, to the acceptance of the test by the appropriate authority, as a condition to the granting of Practical Completion. 6.4.
Electronic Security Doors in Designated Fire Exit Paths Any security doors that are also identified as Fire Exit Emergency doors are required to comply with Building Code of Australia Standards, relevant Australian Standards and Occupational Health & Safety requirements for emergency exit and fire safety. 6.5.
Card Readers Where nominated on the drawings, the Security Contractor shall supply and install access control Card Readers. All card readers to be installed shall be the Gallagher T Series reader (T10), in a black colour, to match the existing UNSW standard readers including card formats. Card readers shall be nominally mounted between 900mm ‐ 1100mm above finished floor level (unless otherwise specified). Refer to the Architectural drawings for further information. Access to card readers to be installed on a levelled surface. Card readers shall not be mounted back‐to‐back on either sides of the wall, however shall be mounted offset at a distance to maintain integrity of card reader operation. Where nominated, Gallagher protector reader covers shall be installed. Card readers shall be secure, and shall not compromise security if tampered with. Card readers mounted externally must be fitted with Gallagher protective reader covers. Card details shall be correctly read and processed without undue attention to the speed or orientation at which the card is presented to the reader. The design of the reader shall permit one handed card operation. There shall be both audible and visual indication on the card reader to indicate a successful card read. The reader shall be complete with an LED which changes state when the associated barrier is in the access or secure mode as described. Unless specified otherwise, card readers shall be programmed to operate as follows: 
Door Secure: Red LED illuminated; 
Valid Card Read: Momentary audible signal (i.e. single reader beep) and green LED is illuminated for duration that door control relay output is active (i.e. lock is in the unsecured position); 
In‐Valid or Unauthorised Card Read: Extended audible signal (i.e. reader beeps) and Red LED flashes twice and returns to illuminated red LED indication; 
Card readers shall be configured to provide an audible warning signal approximately five seconds before a Door Open Too Long (DOTL) alarm is generated (time to be programmable); 13 | P a g e 
When the system is fully loaded, the time elapsed from presentation of a card at the reader to granting access if all data is valid, shall not exceed one second; 
The EACS shall monitor each individual card reader and provide an alarm if the card reader has gone off‐line, providing information on which card reader has stopped operating and its location; 
The EACS shall monitor each individual card reader cover plate and provide an alarm if the card readers cover plate has been removed; and 
The mounting of card readers shall maintain the vandal resistant integrity of the reader. It shall not be possible to open the door controlled by the card reader by tampering with the reader or its wiring in any way. Card readers shall contain no wiring for activation of control devices monitoring of any door input devices such as reed switches and REX devices and the like. Additionally, where T20 readers are nominated on the drawings at the entrance to an area containing IAS volumetric detection (i.e. PIRs), the card reader shall be configured to enable arming and disarming of the Intruder Alarm System of their respective area/zone. 6.6.
Anti‐Pass Back The EACS shall include software application modules to allow the programming of any or all readers as anti‐pass back readers via the SMS. The anti‐pass back function shall be programmable and accessible by authorised persons only. The anti‐pass back function shall be global across all readers such that areas can be defined from the outer most ring of security (e.g. perimeter) to internal rooms within buildings. The number of areas within any other area shall be limited to four however the number of area groups within the total EACS shall be at least 1000. Anti‐pass back shall include such features as: 
Disable/Enable switching of global functions; 
Enable but allow access on violation, and generate an alarm (soft anti‐pass back); 
Enable and restrict access upon detection of violation, and generate an alarm (hard anti‐pass back); 
Count occupants within any anti‐pass back area; 
Link anti‐pass back areas together to restrict access upon previous area access status across all readers; and 
List all occupants within any defined anti‐pass back area based on other conditions associated with times, cardholders, departments and the like. 14 | P a g e 6.7.
Door Interlocking The EACS shall have a door interlocking functionality inbuilt within the system and shall provide the following functionality: 6.8.
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Monitor the door open/closed and interlocked status (e.g. reed switches installed at the door/gate and/or roller door); 
Interlocked doors shall be displayed in a separated each‐to‐distinguish console on the SMS graphics; 
Provide controlled access of nominated doors via the electric locking device installed; 
Provide the ability to override the nominated interlock group via the Gallagher SMS graphics; 
A valid interlock group override shall suppress the door monitoring to allow entry or egress without initiating an intrusion alarm; 
Once monitoring suppression has been initiated, the door monitoring shall be reinstated immediately following the closure of the barrier/door/gate or minimum via operator as programmed; 
In the event that a door is breached without a valid command from the SMS or due to a system fault, a “forced door alarm” shall be activated at the SMS Operator terminals; 
Should the barrier/door be held open in excess of a pre‐determined period a “door open too long” alarm shall be initiated at the SMS; and 
Prevent doors from being activated or opening whilst any one door within the nominated interlock group is open. Electronic Door Locks As part of installation, the contractor must: 
Provide electric door locks, as shown on the drawings, connected to the EACS as specified; 
Provide all door and doorframe cut‐outs, door coring and conduits required for the installation of all electric door lock cabling and fitting. All cables to electric door locks shall be concealed and located on the secure side of the access control door; 
Provide readily available captive connectors at the electric door lock for connection of the associated lock cables to facilitate easy removal and replacement of electric door locks; 
Independent door reed switch contacts shall be provided, in addition to any integrated lock reed switch, and shall be connected to the ‘Door Sense’ input on the EACS; and 
Terminate cabling, test and commission electric door locks to the approval of the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative and the Consultant. 15 | P a g e 6.8.1. Electronic Mortice Locks – Preferred locks for all standard doors Electric mortice locks are to comply with the following minimum: 
Lockwood 3570 (to be installed on wooden doors); 
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Generally, power to lock (fail safe) with dead latch mechanism (unless otherwise specified); 
12 Volt DC continuously rated; 
‘Free’ door handle exit hub micro‐switch; 
Integrated reed switch which shall be provided in addition to the door reed switch contact; 
Dead latch and door closed status monitoring; 
Provide audible indication of the lock operation; 
Provide visual indication of the lock status via LED’s integrated with the door furniture/handles (internal doors only); 
Complete with internal door release switch and be free handle exit; 
Operation of free handle suppresses the associated access control door alarm; 
Locks to be fail safe for designated fire exits; 
All other internal and external doors fail‐safe or fail secure upon application and verification by the Security Systems Manager; 
Transfer hinges must be Lockwood Assa Abloy LC8810 or Equivalent (where this transfer hinge is not suitable due to frame/door/hinge make, external door loops may be used with approval by the UNSW Security Systems); and 
Installed by APPROVED specialist trades. Mortice locks (as per the specified model/brand) are the preferred for all standard internal doors. The dead latch status monitor shall be wired in series with the integrated door position switch and shall be configured as a ‘Lock Position Status’ input on the Gallagher SMS. The ‘Free’ door handle exit hub micro‐switch shall be configured as a “Request to Exit” input on the Gallagher SMS. 6.8.2. Electromagnetic Locks – Required for double and external doors All electromagnetic locks must be fully monitored. The appropriate electromagnetic lock must be installed depending on door size and height – ensuring the secure holding force is maintained. 16 | P a g e Electromagnetic locks are to comply with the following minimum:  Padde Z4 (Previously EML6) for external single doors;  Padde Z8 (Previously EML10) for external double doors series or approved equivalent;  EML2H or EML2HD to be fitted to internal doors;  12V DC continuously rated;  Provide Lock Status Sensor (bond sense) to detect that the both the magnetic armature plate is secured to the lock;  LED indication (Red – Locked and Green – Unlocked) for Mortice locks;  Integrated door position switch (reed switch) to detect when the door is in the closed position. This shall be provided in addition to the door reed switch contact;  To include appropriate mounting equipment for inward and outward swing doors;  Installed by APPROVED specialist trades; Magnetic Locks are required to be fitted to double doors and external doors (which are not automatic); and The integrated reed switch, the lock status sensor and early warning alarm shall be wired in series with integrated door position switch and shall be configured as a ‘Lock Position Status’ input on the EACS. 6.8.3. Electric Strikes ‐ With Approval by UNSW Security Only Electric strikes to be installed on CATS room doors (that do not have a card readers assigned), fire doors and mechanical plant room doors only. All other installation of electric strikes must be approved by UNSW Security Systems: 
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Installed by APPROVED specialist trades. 6.8.4. Automatic Doors Automated (Auto) Door locking is to be provided by Auto Door Company. Where access control is to be fitted to the door an options board is to be supplied. If the auto door is on a fire egress path, fire panel connections are to be arranged and installed by the auto door installation company. The University recognises that other types of locks may be required in certain circumstances. On these occasions UNSW Security Systems staff must be consulted for approval before locks, other than those described above are fitted to doors. 6.8.5. Door Reed Switch Contacts Supply and install Sentrol 1078C door reed switch contacts fully recessed into the door and doorframe at the locations shown on the drawings. 17 | P a g e The reed switch contact and magnet shall be installed and: 
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Securely fixed to the door and door frame with suitable adhesive. Independent door reed switch contacts shall be provided irrespective of the provision of reed switches integrated to the electric door lock and shall be connected to the ‘Door Sense’ input on the EACS (excluding 3570 mortice). Terminate cabling at both ends and install ELM’s at the reed switch. Solder and heat shrink all cable terminations as specified. 6.8.6. Request to Exit Devices Request To exit (REX) devices shall include Mortice lock (mechanical) ‘free’ exit door handle and Push Button REX Devices. The REX device shall be connected as an input (normally closed) to the Door Controller to provide a request for exit signal and log to the SMS. Operation of a REX device shall shunt the door reed switch monitoring and typically temporarily unlock the door (non‐electric mortice locks only) to allow a single exit for a predetermined exit time or until the door is sealed, and log as a ‘valid exit’ at the SMS audit trail. 6.8.7. Free Handle Egress For electric mortice locks, which have a ‘free’ handle egress operation a micro switch in the lock shall act as the REX device and log to the SMS. The use of the ‘free’ handle egress shall only shunt the relevant alarms at the EACS and shall not electronically unlock the electric mortice lock. 6.8.8. Request to Exit Push Buttons Provide Request To Exit (REX) push buttons, to the approval of the UNSW Security System Representative, to provide users with a valid exit request of electronically access controlled doors. REX push buttons shall be the SMART 4000 series or approved equivalent. REX buttons shall be clearly engraved "PUSH TO EXIT" in large block letters 5mm in height and mounted on a curved stainless steel finish switch plate. The engraved text shall be coloured black and located centrally above the push button. The push button switch shall be a momentary action contact type, of mushroom head type and green in colour. The push button pole shall be connected to the Door Controller via a local EOLM to provide a request for exit signal to the Door Controller. The push button switch shall not ‘break’ the electric lock power to the electric lock. All REX push buttons shall be mounted at a uniform height and at a uniform height with card readers, unless otherwise approved by the UNSW Security Systems Representative. REX push buttons located exposed to the environment shall be IP66 rated. 18 | P a g e REX push button installation shall prevent activation from the non‐secure side. Provide all shrouds, brackets, fixings, fabrication and the like required to achieve this requirement. 6.8.9. Cable Transfer Devices Provide cable transfer devices to comply with the following minimums: 
Lockwood Assa Abloy LC8810 lead cover, including door recess box or approved equivalent (cable transfer hinges, curly cord or exposed cable transfer units are not suitable). It should be noted, if the opening angle of the door is more than 120° or the distance between hinge and doorframe is greater than 20mm, provide Lockwood LC8811 lead cover; 
Conceal all cabling; and 
Install to electric strike lock doors, where the doors consist of two leafs, so that cabling can transfer from the frame of the door to the door leaf. 6.8.10. Break Glass Door Release Unit Provide Break glass door release units for nominated doors as shown on the drawings. Break Glass units shall be shall be the KAC MCP4A series or approved equivalent. The Break glass unit shall be of a dual monitoring type and shall be of the plastic, collapsible and key resettable insert type. The Break glass unit shall include two poles, both normally closed. The first contact shall connect the positive of the electric lock power to the electric lock. The second contact shall be connected to an IAS input via a local End of Line Module (ELM) to provide an alarm at the SMS when activated. Where the unit is being provided to control an automated or motorised door (i.e., sliding door, roller shutter etc.), the second contract shall connect to the automated/motorised door controlled ‘fire release’ signal. The interfacing, connection and the like (inclusive of all wiring) to the automatic sliding door controller shall be undertaken by the automated/motorised door contractor. The Break glass unit shall be inset engraved with “EMERGENCY DOOR RELEASE” and shall be green in colour. The Break glass unit shall be mounted at a height of 900mm ‐ 1100mm (centred) above FFL, adjacent to and aligned with the doors associated exit device (i.e., card reader or RTX button). Where the break glass unit cannot be mounted adjacent to other security devices, the break glass unit shall be mounted below other security devices typically at 900mm (centred) above FFL. 6.8.11. Lift Interface The EACS shall interface with the lift control system for monitoring and control of the Lift Independent Service Mode (ISM). When a signal is received from the EACS, the lift car shall operate into the independent service mode. Upon use of a valid card at the local lift card reader, the lift shall be place in Independent Service Mode (ISM) and shall report this status back to the EACS/SMS. The lift shall remain 19 | P a g e in the independent service mode until a valid card is used at the local lift card reader or until a preset time has expired (to be programmable via the SMS). The independent service mode shall also be controllable via the SMS operator terminals. The lift interface shall allow for the future control of all lift floors via the EACS. Where lift interface is required, liaise and coordinate with the Lift Contractor for all cabling requirements, card reader installation and interfacing requirements. 6.8.12. Equipment Enclosures Security control equipment shall be installed within a dedicated security services equipment enclosure (inclusive of cabinets and racks) supplied and installed as part of these Works. Equipment enclosures shall be wall mounted and installed in the approved locations or an indicated on the Security Services drawings. Should additional control equipment enclosures be required to be installed (these must be Gallagher standard or dual cabinets), these shall be supplied as part of this Contract in locations approved by the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. All enclosures shall be complete with lockable door(s) (on Gallagher master key system/Dirak system) and dust seals and no higher than 1.8 metres from floor. All internally mounted enclosures shall meet with high protection category IP55 and Impact Category IK09 standards. Should enclosures be required externally, these shall meet with a high protection category IP66 standard, and installation location shall be approved by the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. Enclosures shall be supplied with perforated rear mounting plates and top entry cable gland plates to facilitate top entry of cables from over‐head cable trays, cable ducts or conduits. Penetrations provided for cable access shall be suitably sealed to prevent moisture ingress and protection of cables. Screws shall be complete with captive fibre washers. Enclosures shall be securely fixed in position using fixings suitable to maintain the weight of the 150% of the panel in its completed state. Equipment installed as a part of this Contract shall not be installed in equipment enclosures containing other services equipment without the written approval of the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. The equipment enclosures shall be installed at a height of approximately 1.8mm above finished floor level (FFL) from the bottom of the enclosure, wherever possible. Should this height not be available, an alternative location shall be agreed with the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. Panels shall be supplied with rear mounting plates and top and bottom entry cable gland plates to facilitate top and bottom entry of cables from over‐head cable trays, cable ducts or conduits, as well as from underground/in slab conduits. Final installed location must provide a clear and safe access for service and maintenance of installed equipment. 20 | P a g e 6.8.13. Keying and Locks Gallagher controlled doors that have a key barrel installed, must be on UNSW’s (mechanical) Gallagher master key system (master key system mechanical lock system managed by UNSW Locksmiths). This lock barrel to be provided by UNSW locksmith. 6.8.14. Equipment Labelling All equipment enclosures, including panels, cubicles and racks, shall have self‐adhesive labels, which shall match adjacent labelling schemes in respect to letter heights and colours. All core equipment located within enclosures shall also have labels. All device cabling to have field descriptive labelling. Equipment labels and adhesives shall be of a suitable construction and material suitable for use in an outdoor area. Equipment labels shall be Panduit Raised Panel Component Labels with over laminates and Brady EPREP Polyester Equipment Labels. Equipment labels shall, as a minimum, detail the controller number and IP address (provided by UNSW Security Systems) to be on the lid of controller Duplication of equipment/device identities will not be accepted. 6.8.15. Power Supply AC power shall be suitably fused and designed to operate from a single phase. All 240 Volt AC power supply connections shall be in accordance with the minimum standard requirements of AS 3000 and installed in accordance with good engineering practices. The power supplies shall be a power box or Gallagher brand with minimum 7 Amp and shall have a stand by battery minimum 7 Ah Security Services General Purpose Outlets (GPO’s) shall be installed on a separate final sub‐circuit. Security low voltage DC power supplies and non‐battery supported low voltage AC power supplies shall be provided in accordance with AS: 2201.1 and AS: 3000 respectively Where a Gallagher dual cabinet is installed, it must be equipped with a Gallagher 8 Amp power supply and 2x 7 Amp batteries at a minimum. Electric locks shall be powered by an independent power supply and shall not be powered by the same power supply as the SMS/EACS/IAS controllers. A maximum of two off SMS enclosures shall be powered via a single low voltage PSU. Alarm monitoring of the mains supply shall be provided from the secondary side of the step down transformer, and shall be monitored for fail alarm. The mains fail and battery low alarms shall be connected to and monitored at the SMS. Alarms shall be monitored 24 hours a day report as a priority alarm. 21 | P a g e Minimum of two power supplies per Gallagher controller, unless otherwise specified. Power supplies to locks should be separated from power supplies for control equipment. If Auxiliary supply requirement exceeds 7 Amps, additional supplies will be required. All power supplies, unless noted otherwise, shall be installed within nominated equipment panels, racks or enclosures. 6.8.16. Battery Backup Maximum load of power supplies must not exceed 80% load capacity. Backup batteries (12 V 7.2AH Gel batteries). Battery chargers shall be capable of restoring batteries from a fully discharged state, to a fully charged state, within a period of 16 hours after restoration of supply and, at the same time, maintain the installation in a fully operational state. Alarm monitoring of the batteries’ charged status shall be via a Low Battery Alarm reporting to the SMS. It shall operate even if the mains power has not failed. It is permissible for the Low Battery alarms to represent a single alarm to the SMS. Batteries shall be suitable for continuous stand‐by duty and batteries shall be Sealed Lead Acid type. Batteries shall be labelled with the installation date. 6.8.17. Interface to the Fire System A fail safe low level interface shall be provided between the Fire System and each electronically access control door within an egress path, unless “free handle egress” is provided by an Electric Lock. Door lock overrides shall automatically restore once the fire alarm(s) have been reset at the Fire Indicator Panel. 6.8.18. Help Points Dallas Delta Model Sentry LP (housing supplied through UNSW), with an installed Help Point to be visible through the University's CCTV network. The Help Point to have a standard UNSW ‘Help Point’ sign affixed above the Help point. The Help point must include power, network and telephone. When the Help Point button is pressed, an alarm (input) to be activated on Gallagher and UNSW Security Emergency number is called. 6.8.19. Integration The CommCard solution is to be used for integration between Gallagher FT and Salto off‐line readers. Where this solution is used a workstation and encoder is to be provided by the contractor to enable ID/Access cards to be encoded to allow access to the accommodation. UNSW Security Systems management are to be consulted for approval prior to any non‐Gallagher installation. UNSW Security Systems management to be consulted prior to any integration for acceptance and approval to the UNSW Security Systems. 22 | P a g e 7.
CABLE REQUIREMENTS All wiring shall comply with the latest issue of AS/NZ3000 and any additional requirements specified hereunder. Terminated cabling shall be neatly tied and loomed to prevent damage to terminations and interference or obstruction of other services. Cables shall be installed in a manner eliminating any possibility of strain on the cable itself or on cable terminations. Adequate loose cable shall be provided to facilitate removal of equipment for inspection, adjustment or replacement. Strain relief shall be provided for cables connected to rack mounted equipment. During the installation of cable, should any kinks or abrasions to insulation, braiding, sheathing or armouring occur, the affected cable shall be withdrawn and replaced with new cable. In the event of finding evidence for reasonable doubt as to non‐compliance with this requirement, the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative reserves the right to direct that the suspect cable be withdrawn for inspection. The cost of withdrawing and replacing the cable shall be at the Security Contractor's expense. All cabling: 
shall be concealed and installed in cable enclosures (e.g. cable ladder, cable tray, cable duct and/or conduits), unless protected from mechanical damage by existing building structures; 
shall be installed with due regard to future removal and replacement of cables; 
shall be new and delivered on site in unbroken reels, and with the "manufacturer’s" label attached; 
shall be installed within the ‘secure’ boundary of the room, building or site, as defined by, and to the approval of, the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative; 
must maintain a minimum of 300mm distance between electrical power cables and systems cables, including data, video, audio and sensor cables. No cable joints or connections will be permitted. Adequate loose cable shall be provided to all equipment to facilitate removal for inspection, adjustment or replacement. All copper cables shall have stranded copper conductors and shall be PVC insulated with overall PVC sheath, unless otherwise specified. Due consideration shall be given to voltage drop when calculating cable sizes, in particularly for cable runs exceeding 80m. Cable enclosures shall comply with the following minimum requirements: 
Rigid or flexible PVC or HDPE conduits where installed within internal secure areas; 
Rigid or flexible steel conduit where installed externally, including on external building walls, walkways and other external areas. Written approval shall be received from the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative prior to installing any external cable enclosures; 
Rigid or flexible HDPE conduits where installed underground; 23 | P a g e 
Steel Cable Ducts or Steel Cable ladder / tray; 
Cable enclosures shall be concealed wherever possible; and 
All exposed cable enclosures shall be painted to match the existing adjacent structures. Cables installed as a part of this Contract shall not be installed in or on cable enclosures containing other services cables without the written approval of the UNSW Security Systems Representative. Cable trays to be installed separate from UNSW IT/Communications. 7.1.
Wiring and Cable The following must apply with respect to wiring and cables: 
Installation that can be readily removed, repaired or replaced. At levels where there are no terminations, a loop of (2) two metres shall be provided; 
Wiring shall be loop‐in method. Joining of cables will not be accepted other than those within the tampered termination cabinets; 
Where mechanical damage may occur cables shall be protected by conduit or cable duct.; 
All cables are to be pink sheathed and have stranded conductors; 
Attention shall be paid to voltage drop calculations when determining cable sizes; 
All multicore cables shall have a minimum of two spare cores over and above the requirements as set out in the table detailed in 6.1.2 below; 
Cabling to detection devices including latch and magnetic lock monitoring shall be in two pair shielded cable and connected as in described below table (5.1.2) In addition 1 x 24.020 fig 8 cable is to be run to all reed switch only doors. Cables shall be appropriately labelled at both ends. e.g. Critchley or equivalent. Communications cabling is to pass through equipment termination cabinets before termination to device. Dedicated 240v mains supply by UNSW for all equipment from nominated distribution boards. Liaise with Security Systems Manager for appropriate locations and availability. (By others ) Fibre Optic cabling by UNSW. 24 | P a g e 7.2.
Cable Support All cables shall be supported by one of the following: catenary, cable tray, cable duct or the like and shall be: 
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Suspended 600mm centre Looming at 300mm centres Not laid on ceiling tiles 300mm separation from other electrical circuits Spare data pairs to risers and readers (or 25% whichever is greater) All cabling to EACS and IAS field devices cabling shall be provided with a pink sheath and shall be typically cabled in accordance with the following Table, UNSW Cable/Wiring Requirements: 25 | P a g e UNSW Cable / Wiring Requirements DEVICE
Card Reader
CABLE
4 Core
Mortice Lock
6 core
4 Core
Electric Strike
6 Core
Maglock / Drop Bolt
Fig. 8
6 Core
Auto Door
6 Core
Request to Exit
4 Core
Break Glass
4 Core
PIR / Smoke /
Breakglass Detector
4 Core
RAT
CAT5E
Reed Switch
4 Core
CORE
Red
Black
White
Blue
Red
Black
White
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
White
Blue
Red
Black
White
Blue
Yellow
Green
Non-Trace
Trace
Red
Black
White
Blue
Yellow
Green
Red
Black
White
Blue
Yellow
Green
FUNCTION
+VDC
-VDC
Data A
Data B
Lock
Lock
HUB
HUB
Red
Black
White
Blue
Red
Black
White
Blue
Red
Black
White
Blue
Orange
Orange/White
Brown
Brown/White
Blue
Blue/White
Green
Green/White
Red
Black
White
Blue
+VDC (PIR Only)
-VDC (PIR Only)
N/O
N/O
LED Control
+VDC
-VDC
+VDC
-VDC
Latch
Latch
Strike
Strike
+VDC
-VDC
Bond Sense
Bond Sense
Reed
Reed
Door Release
Door Release
Status
Status
Lock Down
Lock Down
N/C
N/C
+VDC
-VDC
N/C
N/C
+VDC
-VDC
A
B
N/C
N/C
26 | P a g e 7.3.
Cables in Ceiling Space Cables shall be supported at intervals not exceeding 600mm utilising catenary wires. Alternatively, cables shall be installed on trays. A clearance of 400mm is to be maintained from the false ceiling, luminaries, hot water pipes or other heat or electrical noise generating equipment and/or cables. Cables shall be neatly grouped together and supported using approved clips or ties. 7.4.
Conduits Conduits shall be concealed wherever possible. Where the Security Contractor believes that it is not possible to conceal conduits, the UNSW Security Systems Representative‘s approval shall be gained in writing prior to installation of exposed conduits. Install conduits in situ within wall cavity, secure ceiling, wall or floor space, contained in floor slab, chased into walls to be rendered and otherwise hidden by finished building structures. Should it appear not possible to conceal a conduit, clarify the position with the UNSW Security Systems Representative, and do not proceed with the installation until advised by the UNSW Security Systems Representative. In some exceptional circumstances, conduits may be installed surface mounted in coordination with other services installed within these buildings. However, approval shall be gained in writing from the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative prior to installation. If required, carry out chasing required and grouting in or recessed boxes, conduits and the like. Finish grouting flush with the wall surfaces. Conduits installed must be: 7.5.
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purpose made for all fittings, draw boxes, bends and couplings; 
joined using an approved solvent cement; 
secured using metal saddles spaced at 600mm (maximum) centres and within 150mm of all fittings; 
installed so that cables can be drawn in at draw boxes only. Inspection elbows shall not be classified as draw points; 
filled with cables to not more than 60% of its capacity; and 
between buildings or through set ceilings, a diameter of 50mm to be a minimum (if conduits installed underground). Cable Duct Where cables are installed in ducting, they shall be grouped and cable tied for easy identification. Holes in duct through which cables pass shall be grommetted. Changes in direction in duct shall be set such that the actual bending radius of cables is not smaller than the minimum bending radius of cables as per the manufactures recommendations. 27 | P a g e Cables shall not be installed in ducts unless in a secure monitored area, and only after prior approval has been given by the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. Cable duct must be: 7.6.
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Fitted with removable covers. 
Fitted with the manufacturer’s standard bends, elbows, couplings and reducers. 
Manufactured from extruded PVC. 
Filled with cables to not more than 60% of its capacity. Fixings All fixings must be comprised of: 8.
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metal thread screws or bolts/dynabolts into expanding type masonry anchors for fixing to concrete or masonry; 
full thread tapered woodscrews for fixing to timber; and 
suitable expanding anchors for fixings to gyprock. INSPECTIONS, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING During the Contract, the following types of testing and commissioning shall be conducted by the Security Contractor and UNSW Security systems: 
Works inspections; 
Factory Acceptance Testing; 
Pre‐commission testing/Commissioning testing at the installation; and 
Performance and Acceptance testing at the installation. The Security Contractor shall supply all labour, materials and equipment required to fully commission and test the installation. All costs associated in demonstrating the performance of the security services, as required by the UNSW Security Systems Representative, shall be borne by the Security Contractor. The Security Contractor must conduct all tests and inspections, as required by the UNSW Security Systems Representative, to ensure that the systems and all other Works comply with the requirements of the Contract. Equipment which fails to operate correctly or is found to be installed incorrectly shall be repaired or replaced by the Security Contractor. Where any test is unsuccessful the defective equipment shall be repaired as appropriate and subjected to retest. Equipment that fails consecutively within a six month period must be replaced, not repaired. All equipment to be installed must be documented and information provided to UNSW security systems. 28 | P a g e Where the attendance of the UNSW Security Systems Representative, Consultant or other project stakeholders is required, the Security Contractor shall provide written notice of intention to test to the UNSW Security Systems Representative not less than ten working days prior to the conduct of testing. Installation and/or equipment will only be accepted by the UNSW Security Systems Representative after satisfactory completion of testing. The testing and commissioning aspect of the works shall allow for any programmed staging of Works as required by the UNSW Security Systems Representative. Where staging of works is applicable, elements of the works may require testing on several occasions as a result of the integration/relocation and commissioning of services and equipment as building works progress. 8.1.
Works Inspections During the course of the Contract, the UNSW Security Systems Representative shall randomly inspect the Works to assess that the Works comply with the requirements of this document. As requested by the UNSW Security Systems Representative, assist the UNSW Security Systems Representative in performing these Works inspections, including the supply of labour, materials and equipment. After a Works inspection, the UNSW Security Systems Representative may issue a Works Inspection Report detailing action to be taken to ensure that the Works comply with the requirements of this document. 8.2.
Programming All operating system programming and data entry will be carried out by UNSW Security Systems. Detailed maps, cable schedules and drawings showing equipment zones, alarm inputs, locations, etc. must be made available to UNSW Security Systems for approval prior to the connection of devices. Client data access levels, etc. will be programmed by UNSW Security Systems. 8.3.
Testing and Commissioning The Security Contractor shall fully test and commission all security services to ensure the correct operation of all systems prior to final Performance and Acceptance Testing with the UNSW Security Systems Representative. During the conduct of commissioning, the Security Contractor shall: 
supply all labor, materials and equipment required to fully test and commission the complete installation to the satisfaction of the Security Manager; 
repair or replace any equipment which fails to operate correctly or does not comply with this Specification; 
carry out any tests shall be carried out in the presence of the Security Systems Manager or his/her Superintendent.; 29 | P a g e 
confirm that all equipment is fully operational and provides the required functionality; 
provide a comprehensive final commissioning report outlining all test results and performance test data on all cables and any other information deemed necessary for future records; 
supply all labour, materials and equipment required to fully commission and test the installation to the satisfaction of the UNSW Security Systems Representative; 
allow for minor programming changes and camera view adjustments as a result of testing and commissioning and/or final performance and acceptance testing; 
repair or replace any equipment that fails to operate correctly, or is considered by the UNSW Security Systems Representative, to be installed incorrectly or not optimally; and 
hand over all passwords installed as part of these Works to the UNSW Security Systems Representative 8.3.1. Commissioning Reports A Commissioning Test Sheet must be submitted for approval by UNSW Security Systems Representative three weeks prior to the conducting of the full testing and commissioning of the installation. Commissioning Reports must be submitted in both electronic and hard copy within a week of the completion of each Commissioning Period. The Commissioning Reports shall include: 
completed, signed and dated Commissioning Test Sheets (A3 size and coloured prints); 
a comprehensive description outlining all tests, results, rectification details, performance test data, and any other information deemed necessary by the UNSW Security Systems Representative for future records; 
actual test equipment images and results, as requested by the UNSW Security Systems Representative; 
relevant system printouts of system data recorded during the Commissioning; and 
dates, times, personnel performing each duty, assisting UNSW Security Systems personnel and the like. 
list of doors with the type of locks installed (and weather they are fail safe or fail secure and connected to the Fire Trip) 
A load calculation needs to be provided – based on all hardware being energized on maximum load according to the manufacturers specifications. The associated UNSW Security Systems witnessed acceptance testing shall not commence until the Commissioning Report is accepted by the UNSW Security Systems Representative. The system commissioning documents shall be independent to and separate from the cable schedules, quality assurance and control procedures. 30 | P a g e Each test performed shall be signed and dated by the Security Contractor personnel performing the commissioning. All commissioning sheets with details of controllers, readers, inputs, outputs, expansion boards) must be submitted to UNSW Security Systems at least 7 weeks for large projects (installs that consist of >5 Controllers), or 2 weeks for smaller projects (installs that consist of <5 Controllers) prior to equipment scheduled to come online. 8.3.2. Performance and Acceptance Testing Final performance and acceptance testing shall be conducted by the Security Contractor and witnessed by the UNSW Security Systems Representative, as a means of demonstrating that all works have been completed and are in accordance with the Specification. Completion will only be granted once the UNSW Security Systems Representative is satisfied that the whole of the security services installation satisfies the requirements of the Contract. The Performance and Acceptance Testing of the security services shall be conducted both during normal daylight hours and again at night after hours, as required, and to the approval of the UNSW Security Systems’ Representative. During the Performance and Acceptance Testing, the following items, as a minimum, shall be inspected and witnessed: 8.4.
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physical inspection of the installation (including the inspection of all head‐end equipment, controller, field devices and the like); 
testing of the local functionality of equipment and devices; 
testing of alarm response and annunciation of each point and device; 
check logging and recording of activity for each alarm point and device; 
test required interface with other systems for each alarm point and devices; and 
confirmation that each system performance complies with the project specification. Completion Completion shall only be granted when: 
a physical inspection of the works and functional testing is completed to the satisfaction of the UNSW Security Systems Representative; 
testing and commissioning of all installed equipment is completed and commissioning sheets signed off by the UNSW Security Systems Representative; 
commissioning, Performance and Acceptance Testing of each system have been completed to the approval of the UNSW Security Systems Representative; 
the UNSW Security Systems Representative is satisfied that all the systems are operating in the correct and specified manner; 
all equipment has been proven to operate faultlessly for a total period of 14 days following the successful performance and acceptance testing of the systems; 31 | P a g e 8.5.
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training has been undertaken to a satisfactory level of competency, to the UNSW Security Systems Representative ‘s approval; 
all documentation has been supplied to the UNSW Security Systems Representative and final draft approval given. This includes all documentation as specified in this specification and Contract; 
all critical defects, as defined by the UNSW Security Systems Representative have been rectified and a programme has been submitted to rectify all remaining defect items (including outstanding variations); and 
all relevant passwords, keys and equipment have been handed back to the UNSW Security Systems Representative. Warranty/Defects Liability Period Once the security equipment has been installed, programmed, tested as per the ‘as for construction’ design. UNSW FM Security Systems are required to witness test and sign‐off on the installation at Practical Completion at which point the Defects Liability Period (DLP), of 12 months, will commence. As a condition precedent to the end of the DLP, it is a requirement that there are to be no faults or issues with the equipment within 3 months of the DLP end date, as identified by the DLP Maintenance Logs. It is expected that at the time of the DLP expiration, the contractor will provide evidence that the Security Systems have been tuned to meet the performance of the building and the system is performing equal to or better than at the time of Practical Completion. 9.
MONITORING Each door should monitor a separate input for open sensor (Door Open Too Long), Lock Sensor (Door Not Locked) unlock output and request to exit (for mortice locks). Maglocks to monitor bond sense (Door not locked), a separate reed will provide a DOTL monitor, breakglass and exit button. Strikes to monitor Door Not Locked (strike coil), Door Open Too Long (tongue sense and or separate reed). PIRs must monitor normally closed state and tamper. Supply and install an Intruder Alarm system (IAS). The IAS shall be an integrated function of the EACS / SMS and provide commercial grade intruder detection alarm monitoring to nominated areas. The IAS shall monitor and report the state of intrusion detection and monitoring devices as shown on the drawings. The IAS shall monitor the status of various doors, roller doors and rooms through reed switches, movement detection devices, tamper switches and the like, and in the event of an alarm or tamper, report this status to the Security Management System (SMS). The IAS shall be capable of monitoring the following Intrusion Detection Equipment but not be limited to: 
Reed switch units; 
Tamper switches; 
Passive Infra‐Red (PIR) detectors; and 32 | P a g e 
Others intruder detection points as shown on the drawing. Nominated alarms shall be monitored on a 24/7 basis. 9.1.
IAS Configuration and Control Arrange, install and commission an intruder detection system as an integral part of the SMS to achieve intruder detection in the areas as indicated on the drawings. A separate sector shall be provided to control each intrusion detection device, including a separate sector for each tamper switch. The devices and sectors must be capable of being grouped into user defined areas. When the IAS area/zone/sector is armed, movement within the area covered by the movement detectors, activation of a door reed switch or other IAS device shall initiate an alarm. Unauthorised tampering with intrusion alarm detectors, cabling or equipment cabinets shall cause a tamper alarm to be reported to the SMS. The tamper circuits shall operate twenty‐
four hours per day, regardless of whether the system is "armed" or "disarmed" and each detector, device or system tamper shall be identified individually. The system shall be fail‐safe to the alarm condition, in the event of a total power failure. A separate sector (i.e. zone) shall be provided to control each intrusion detection device, including separate identification for each tamper switch. The devices and sectors must be capable of being grouped into user defined Areas. The IAS shall be microprocessor based, configured to monitor all alarm devices. The system shall interface with the SMS for monitoring of all alarm points and users. The IAS shall include the capacity to allow 20% future expansion without the need for additional hardware or software. 9.2.
Reed Switches Supply and install a Sentrol 1078C series (or approved equivalent) reed switch into the door and doorframe at the location shown on the drawings. All access control doors shall be provided with independent reed switches in addition to reed switches provided as an integrated function of the electronic locks utilised. Terminate cabling at both ends and install End of Line Resistors at the reed switch. Solder and heat shrink all cable terminations as specified. It shall remain the Security Contractor responsibility to ensure that the device is fully operational following installation and connection to the IAS and SMS system. 9.3.
Fixed Duress Button Supply and install Fixed Duress buttons in the locations as nominated on the Tender Drawings. Duress buttons shall be under‐desk mounted, unless noted otherwise. All duress buttons shall be fixed using temper‐resistant fixings. Desk mounted duress alarm push buttons shall be the SMART1001(SD/001) Hold up device, single action shrouded button. Duress required in wet areas are to be Schneider XALK01 33 | P a g e (Pushbutton Enclosure Yellow)/ZB5a5844 (Mushroom twist reset Red)/ZENL1121 (Contact Block mount). All duress buttons to have white traffolyte labels with ‘Emergency Duress’ please see below dimensions of labels: Wall mounted duress buttons shall be nominally mounted at app. 1100mm (centred) above finished floor level. The duress alarm push button monitoring shall be integrated to and monitored by the IAS. Duress alarms shall be programmed to a 24 hour zone of the IAS and shall not be affected by the arming/disarming of the system. 9.4.
Gallagher T20 Terminal Gallagher T20 Terminals shall provide the system arming and disarming functions necessary to provide management of security operations installed within each Area. T20 units shall be installed within the protected area at all times where possible and shall be installed at the locations nominated on the Drawings. RAT T20 units shall provide the local interface to the functions necessary to provide management of the IAS and shall including the following minimum functions and features: 
an on‐board microprocessor; 
RS485 LAN connection to the SMS Controller; 
a minimum of 8 Areas (or Zones); 
arming and disarming of Area or alarm inputs; 
activating/deactivating control outputs (momentary or latched), subject to an Area’s disarmed/armed activation; 
built–in device tamper switch; and 
graphical LCD icons for display of area and alarm status. Viewing and modification of user codes shall be available via the SMS, using an appropriate operator access level. Codes shall be capable of being any combination of four to eight digits. 34 | P a g e Upon an alarm condition the RAT shall provide clear visual indication, via LCD text description, of each area in alarm. T20 Units shall be monitored by the SMS for the following alarms, providing information on which RAT has stopped operating and its location: 9.5.
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Off‐line (heartbeat monitoring) 
Tamper (removal of unit from wall). Status Indicator Panels Provide local Status Indicators mounted on the ceiling or wall directly above the door(s) at the locations nominated on the drawings. Status indicators shall be clearly visible prior to entering a protected area and illuminate the alarm status of the associated protected area. The Status Indicator shall provide visual indication of the IAS as follows: 
GREEN Indicator Lamp – to illuminate when the area is in Access Mode (i.e. disarmed); 
AMBER Indicator Lamp – to illuminate when the area is Secure (i.e. armed). Amber indictor to flash whilst the system is in entry or exit delay mode; and 
RED Indicator Lamp – to illuminate when the area is in Alarm. The status indicator lights shall provide clear indication of the status of the Secure Area from outside the protected area in all ambient lighting conditions. Status indicator lights shall consist of a stainless steel electrical switch plate with coloured indicator LED lights with engraved labelling on the faceplate. Submit a sample of the proposed status indicator lights prior to installation. Lamps with incandescent globes will not be accepted. 9.6.
Passive Infrared Sensors (PIRs) PIRs must be: 10.
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Dual Technology PIR & Microwave – Paradox 525D/DG466 (360 degree) 
Selectable pulse count and walk test facility CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM (CCTV) Location of CCTV cameras to be as per UNSW CCTV Surveillance Strategy Security guidelines and must be approved by UNSW Security Systems. The System shall offer a high level of flexibility and automation to maximise operator efficiency and to minimise operator error. Cameras shall be selected automatically and displayed to the CCTV monitors in the event of an alarm being detected by the CCTV System and SMS/EACS High Interface alarms. All video inputs shall be recorded and available for live viewing and playback, simultaneously at real time (i.e. 25 images per second) without any degradation or impact to system performance. 35 | P a g e The CCTV Systems shall provide sufficient storage capacity for recording of all CCTV cameras at 4CIF resolution for a minimum of 28 days. CCTV cameras must be as per the below model/make and must be Onvif compatible. The provision of the CCTV System shall include, however not be limited to the supply and installation of: 
fixed and PTZ Colour Cameras – Full body and Dome; 
camera Housings and Mounting Brackets; 
camera installation, positioning and cabling to the network switch; 
interfacing with other systems as described further in this document; 
all necessary software and hardware to achieve fully operational system which meets the intent of this specification; 
all necessary equipment enclosures, racks and panels; and 
network ports to be installed through UNSW IT services on relevant VLAN (UNSW Security systems to advise) with POE and CDP enabled. 10.1. Standards and Compliance CCTV cameras must comply with the following: 
Minimum of 1080p resolution; 
Minimum 30 frames per second; 
Support MPEG4 and MJPEG (motion JPEG) video compression that has been independently tested by an approved testing facility to conform with the relevant ITU/ISO standards (certification shall be provided with the submission); 
While proprietary formats may be available, it is mandatory that the system shall be configured to ensure compliance with the H.264 solution; 
Supports Power over Ethernet (PoE) 802.3af, 12 VDC; 
Dual streaming (H.264 and MJPEG video simultaneously; 
True day/night functionality; 
True high‐definition video (minimum of 2.0 megapixels); 
Motorized focus and zoom (controlled remotely); and 
Local storage: Video data can automatically be recorded to a Micro SD Card when the camera loses network connectivity. 10.2. IP Indoor Approved CCTV Cameras (and Associated Housing) Model 6620 Flush o
Mount
Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐6620 ‐ Cisco Video Surveillance IP Camera; Indoor HD Dome Body 36 | P a g e o
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Part Number ‐ CIVS‐6KA‐ VRCNDBS ‐ Cisco ‐ Indoor Flush Mount Housing for 3520 and 6620 IP Cameras Part Number ‐ CIVS‐6KA‐ VRD‐C ‐ Cisco ‐ Indoor Clear Flush Dome for 3520 and 6620 IP Cameras 10.3. IP Indoor Outdoor CCTV Cameras (and Associated Housing) Model 6630 o
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Model 7030E o
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Model 6000P Model 6000E o
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Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐6630 ‐ Cisco ‐ IP HD Camera Outdoor Vandal HD Dome 6000 Series Part Number ‐ CIVS‐6KA‐VRD‐C ‐ Cisco ‐ Clear Vandal Resistant Dome for 35xx, 6k, 7k IP Domes Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐7030E ‐ Cisco ‐ 5MP IP Outdoor Dome Camera Part Number ‐ CIVS‐6KA‐VRD‐C ‐ Cisco ‐ Clear Vandal Resistant Dome for 35xx, 6k, 7k IP Domes Part Number ‐ Cisco ‐ HD IP Camera Full Bodied (6000 Series) Part Number ‐ Cisco Megapixel P‐ Iris Lens; 3.1‐8mm for 6000 Series HD camera Part Number ‐ EH3512 ‐ EH3512 Pelco External Housing Part Number – Cisco ‐ 6400E Cisco Video Surveillance IP Camera HD Bullet Camera VR IR 
10.4. PTZ Cameras (and Associated Housing) Model 2835 SD PTZ
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Model 6930 HD PTZ o
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Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐2835 ‐ Cisco 2835 SD Outdoor IP PTZ Camera; PAL Part Number ‐ CIVS‐PA‐ PTZADPTR ‐ Cisco ‐ PTZ to 6KA Accessory Adapter Part Number ‐ CIVS‐PA‐ INFLSH ‐ Indoor Flush Mount Housing for 283X and 6930 PTZ IP Cameras Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐6930 ‐ Cisco 6930 HD Outdoor IP PTZ Camera Part Number – Cisco ‐ PTZ to 6KA Accessory Adapter Part Number – Indoor Flush Mount Housing for 283X and 6930 PTZ IP Cameras Cameras must be ONVIF compatible. The security contractor is to allow for all additional CCTV server, storage and licensing. Storage for all CCTV cameras must be considered prior to approval and installation. UNSW Security representative to be consulted for storage requirements and approval prior to sign off. 10.5. 360 Degree Indoor/Outdoor Cameras Model 7070
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Part Number ‐ CIVS‐IPC‐7070 Cisco 5MP 360 Degree Dome Camera 
11.
Defects Liability 37 | P a g e Provide a warranty for all equipment, materials, works and the like for a Defects Liability Period of one calendar year (plus). The Defects Liability period shall only commence from the date Practical Completion is granted in writing by the UNSW Security Systems. All works implemented as a part of this Contract which proves to be faulty from workmanship or materials shall be, without additional charge, “fully maintained and serviced” during the defects liability period. “Fully maintained and serviced" shall include: 
immediate correction or replacement of all equipment, materials and works, which prove faulty. Correction or replacement of faulty equipment shall continue until the system is fully operational; 
replacement of all faulty equipment, materials and works, within 24 hours if immediate correction cannot occur; and 
preventative Maintenance including quarterly maintenance visits to inspect, assess system diagnostic reports, test and maintain the system operation in accordance with the performance parameters of this specification. During the Defects Liability Period perform such corrective works as may be instructed in writing by the UNSW Security Systems Representative within five days of such notice. All works carried out during each visit shall be recorded and copies of all records forwarded to the UNSW Security Systems Representative within seven days of the conduct of the visit.
38 | P a g e Appendix A: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets Controller No. Location of Controller Mac Address: Port details: I.P.: Controller Name
Date Started
Date Completed
Systems Signed off Technician Signed off
6000 CONTROLLER
Connections
Name
Reader A
Reader B
Reader A
Reader B
Reader A
Reader B
Reader A
Reader B
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
Input 9
Input 10
Input 11
Input 12
Input 13
Input 14
Input 15
Input 16
Input 17
Input 18
Input 19
Input 20
Input 21
Input 22
Input 23
Input 24
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
Output 5
Output 6
Output 7
Output 8
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group 6
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Tested
Notes
EXPANDERS AND RATs
TYPE
LOCATION
TESTED
NOTES
Unit 1
Unit 2
Unit 3
Unit 4
Unit 5
Unit 6
Unit 7
RAT # 50
RAT # 51
RAT # 52
RAT # 53
39 | P a g e Controller No. Location of Controller Mac Address: Port details: I.P.: Controller Name Date Started Date Completed Systems Signed off Technician Signed off 6000 EXPANSION Connections Unit # 8/0 Unit # 8/0 Unit # I/O Unit # I/O Unit # HD I/O Name Tested Notes Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 40 | P a g e Unit # HD I/O Unit # GBUS URI Input 8 Input 9 Input 10 Input 11 Input 12 Input 13 Input 14 Input 15 Input 16 Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 Output 9 Output 10 Output 11 Output 12 Output 13 Output 14 Output 15 Output 16 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Input 9 Input 10 Input 11 Input 12 Input 13 Input 14 Input 15 Input 16 Output 1 Output 2 Output 3 Output 4 Output 5 Output 6 Output 7 Output 8 Output 9 Output 10 Output 11 Output 12 Output 13 Output 14 Output 15 Output 16 Reader 1 Reader 2 Input 1 41 | P a g e Unit # GBUS URI Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Output 1 Output 2 Reader 1 Reader 2 Input 1 Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8 Output 1 Output 2 42 | P a g e Appendix B: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets UNSW Power Supply Commissioning
Controller Details
Controller Type
8 R Module
Network port Details
MAC Address
IP Address
Location
Yes/No
Number of doors connected
Power Supply Details
Power Supply Quantity
Volts (Loaded)
Volts (unloaded)
Battery Details
Battery Date
Battery Size
Alarms
AC Fail
Yes/No
Battery Low
Yes/No
Installation Details
Installation company
Technician
Date of test
Technician Signature
UNSW Contact (PM)
Signature
Units supplied from this Power Supply:
Comments
43 | P a g e Appendix C: Gallagher Equipment Programming Commissioning Sheets Brand/Supplier Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Part Number C300100 C300181 C200684 Gallagher C200680 Gallagher C200689 Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher Gallagher KAC Dallas Delta C200665 C200602 C300400 C300450 C200100 C200611 C200109/C200105 C200440 C300688 C300684 C300680 KAC MCP4A Sentry Description Controller 6000 8 Reader Module Gallagher FT I/O Expansion Interface (board only) Gallagher FT 8‐Input Expansion Interface (board only) Gallagher FT High Density I/O Interface (board only) Gallagher FT G‐BUS Universal Reader Interface Gallagher FT Remote Arming Terminal Gallagher FT T10 Reader Gallagher FT T20 Reader Gallagher Single Cabinet Gallagher FT GBUS I/O Accessory Cabinet Gallagher FT Dual Cabinet with PSU Power Supply HBUS 16 I/O HBUS 8/4 I/O HBUS 8 Input Break glass unit Help Point SMART 1001 (SD/001) Fixed Duress button SMART VISONIC XALK01/ZB5AS844/ZENL1121 Fixed Duress (Part No includes Pushbutton (yellow, Mushroom(Red) and Mount) VIS1265/VIS1485/VIS1205 Wireless Duress Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Lockwood Padde Padde Padde Padde Padde Sentrol Smart Paradox Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco Cisco 3570 6582 3582 LC8810 LC8810 LC881 1801 Plate/70 Lever /SC 1820 Plate/70 Lever/SC 1905 Plate/70 Lever/SC 20020NA Plate/96 Lever/SS 20020NA Plate/96 Lever/SS 20105NN Plate/96 Lever/SS 20105NN plate/96 lever/SS EMZ4 EMZ8 EML2H EML2HD ES9000 1078C 4000 525D/DG466 CIVS‐IPC‐6620 CIVS‐IPC‐6630 CIVS‐IPC‐7030E CIVS‐IPC‐2835 CIVS‐IPC‐6000P CIVS‐IPC‐6930 CIVS‐IPC‐6400E CIVS‐6KA‐VRCNDBS CIVS‐IPC‐7070 CIVS‐6KA‐VRD‐C CIVS‐6KA‐FLSHMNT CIVS‐6KA‐FLSHD‐C CIVS‐6KA‐VRD‐C Mortice Mortice Mortice Transfer Hinge Transfer hinge (lead cover) Transfer hinge (lead cover) Entry Hardware Entry Hardware Entry Hardware Entry Hardware Entry Hardware Entry Hardware Maglock Maglock Maglock Maglock Strike Reed Switch Rex Button PIR CCTV Camera CCTV Camera CCTV Camera CCTV Camera CCTV Camera CCTV Camera CCTV Camera Base CCTV Camera Vandal Dome Indoor Flush Housing Indoor Flush Dome Vandal Dome Notes Charcoal Black Black 8A Green in colour Housing to be supplied through UNSW Desk mounted/Wall mounted *Duress buttons to include White Trifoliate labels ‘Emergency Duress’ Waterproof for wet areas Monitoring individual duress zones and Battery Low alarm of receiver For wooden doors For Aluminum doors For Aluminum doors Key Override Key override + LED Internal Plate Left Handed Key override + LED Right Handed Key override + LED Internal left handed Internal Right handed External single doors External double doors Internal doors Internal doors *Must seek approval prior to install Green in colour 360 degree Indoor HD Dome Body Outdoor HD Dome 5MP Outdoor Dome Outdoor PTZ HD IP Full Bodied HD Outdoor IP PTZ IP HD Bullet Base (for 3520/6020) 360 Camera Dome (for 35xx, 6k, 7k IP) Housing (for 3520, 6020IP) Dome (for 3520, 6020 IP) Dome (for 35xx, 6k, 7k IP) 44 | P a g e Cisco Cisco Pelco Cisco CIVS‐PA‐INFLSH CIVS‐IPCA‐VCM31‐8 EH3512 CIVS‐PA‐INFLSH Indoor Flush Mount Housing Megapixel P‐Iris Lens Pelco Housing Indoor Flush mount housing Housing (for 283x, 6930 PTZ IP) Lens (for 6000 Series HD Camera) Housing (for 283x, 6930 PTZ IP) 45 | P a g e 
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