Security Services - The University of Sydney

Security Services - The University of Sydney
Table of Contents
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Purpose ............................................................................................................................................ 4
2
Scope ............................................................................................................................................... 4
3
Glossary of Terms .......................................................................................................................... 4
4
Authorities & Responsibilities ....................................................................................................... 7
5
Design Details ................................................................................................................................. 7
5.1
Aim ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
5.2
General Information on Basic Design ....................................................................................................... 7
5.3
Security Lighting ....................................................................................................................................... 8
5.4
General Electronic Security Information ................................................................................................... 8
5.5
General Mechanical Security Information ................................................................................................. 8
5.6
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) ............................................................................................................. 9
5.7
Installation and Commissioning ................................................................................................................ 9
5.8
ACID (Access Control & Intruder Detection) Zones & Specification for Design ........................................ 9
5.8.1
Area type 1 - Open Space around Buildings (Public Space) ............................................................ 9
5.8.2
Area type 2 – Main Pedestrian Corridors and Roads ....................................................................... 9
5.8.3
Area Type 3 - Main Entrance Doors ............................................................................................... 10
5.8.4
Area type 4 - Entry Foyers and Open Space Within Buildings (Public Space) ............................... 10
5.8.5
Area type 5 - External Perimeters or Internal Doors into Security Zones (Positive Control Points) 10
5.8.6
Area type 6 - Car Parks (Open Space) ........................................................................................... 10
5.8.7
Area type 7 - Bike Store Areas (Open Areas or Personal / Private Space) .................................... 11
5.8.8
Area type 8 - Lecture Theatres, General Teaching Areas and Tutorial Rooms (Public Space) ...... 11
5.8.9
Area type 9 - Plant Rooms and CIS Service Areas (Restricted Area) ............................................ 11
5.8.10
Area type 10 - 24 / 7 Access Labs and Teaching and Learning Space (‘At Risk’ Area) ................. 11
5.8.11
Area Type 11 - Libraries and high traffic public spaces .................................................................. 12
5.8.12
Area type 12 - Café Leased Areas ................................................................................................. 12
5.8.13
Area type 13 - General Staff Offices (Private Space) ..................................................................... 13
5.8.14
Area type 14 - Restricted Staff Offices (Private Space) .................................................................. 13
5.8.15
Area type 15 - Fire Stairwells (Internal Perimeters) ........................................................................ 13
5.8.16
Area type 16 - Lifts (Internal Perimeters) ........................................................................................ 13
5.8.17
Area type 17 - All Lab Types and Research Areas (Restricted Space) .......................................... 13
5.8.18
Area type 18 - Hazardous Materials Storage (Restricted Space) ................................................... 14
5.8.19
Area type 19 - Critical Facility Alarm Monitoring (‘At Risk’ Facility)................................................. 14
5.8.20
Area type 20 - Museums, Art works, Anatomy stores and Special Facilities .................................. 14
5.8.21
Area type 21 – Drug cabinet and storage areas ............................................................................. 15
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General Hardware & Installation Requirements ........................................................................ 16
6.1
ICT Standards ........................................................................................................................................ 16
6.2
Installation Details & Configuration......................................................................................................... 16
6.2.1
Location of Equipment .................................................................................................................... 16
6.2.2
Wiring & Cabling ............................................................................................................................. 16
6.2.3
Conduits ......................................................................................................................................... 16
6.2.4
Cable Duct...................................................................................................................................... 17
6.2.5
Locksmith Installations by Security Installer ................................................................................... 17
6.3
ACID Systems: Site Specific Integration, Hardware Installation & Configuration ................................... 17
6.3.1
Standard ACID Readers ................................................................................................................. 17
6.3.2
Electro Magnetic Hold Backs .......................................................................................................... 17
6.3.3
Fire Trip .......................................................................................................................................... 17
6.3.4
Lockwood 3500 Series Electric Mortice Locks ............................................................................... 17
6.3.5
Monitoring – Device/Status/Tamper ............................................................................................... 18
6.3.6
Power Supply Unit .......................................................................................................................... 18
6.3.7
Fire Rated Doors ............................................................................................................................ 18
6.3.8
Examples of Access Control Installations ....................................................................................... 18
6.3.9
Communication Details................................................................................................................... 18
6.3.10
Programming and Commissioning.................................................................................................. 18
6.3.11
Soft Copy Configuration Sheets ..................................................................................................... 19
6.3.12
Labelling of Equipment ................................................................................................................... 19
6.3.13
Labelling In Gallagher Cabinet ....................................................................................................... 19
6.3.14
Battery Labelling ............................................................................................................................. 19
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6.3.15
Onsite Testing ................................................................................................................................ 19
6.3.16
Testing Procedures ........................................................................................................................ 19
6.3.17
Testing Defect Sheets .................................................................................................................... 20
6.3.18
Duress, Breakglass, Keys And Miscellaneous Parts ...................................................................... 20
6.4
CCTV (Closed Circuit Television System) .............................................................................................. 20
6.4.1
Local Systems ................................................................................................................................ 20
6.4.2
Communication Details................................................................................................................... 20
6.4.3
CCTV Servers (NVRs).................................................................................................................... 20
6.4.4
General Camera Set Up ................................................................................................................. 21
6.4.5
Programming and Commissioning.................................................................................................. 22
6.4.6
Soft Copy Configuration Sheets ..................................................................................................... 22
6.4.7
Labelling ......................................................................................................................................... 22
6.4.8
Onsite Testing ................................................................................................................................ 22
6.4.9
Testing Procedures ........................................................................................................................ 23
6.4.10
Testing/Defect Sheets .................................................................................................................... 23
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Approved Security Suppliers....................................................................................................... 23
8
Manuals .......................................................................................................................................... 23
9
Warranty......................................................................................................................................... 24
10
Gallagher & Avigilon Certification ........................................................................................... 24
11
Documentation Checklist ......................................................................................................... 24
12
Documentation & Records ....................................................................................................... 24
13
Authorisation of Variations ...................................................................................................... 24
14
Quality Control........................................................................................................................... 25
14.1
14.2
Design Standard Compliance ................................................................................................................. 25
Design Standard Certification ................................................................................................................. 25
15
References ................................................................................................................................. 25
16
Attachments ............................................................................................................................... 25
17
Document Amendment history ................................................................................................ 26
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Appendix A - Hardware List ..................................................................................................... 27
19
Appendix B - Examples of ACID Installations & Fit Off .........................................................35
20
Appendix C - Commissioning Forms & Testing Sheets ........................................................44
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PURPOSE
The CIS Security Services Standard sets out the University of Sydney's minimum requirements for the
design, construction and maintenance of Security systems. It ensures new and refurbished systems
are fit-for-purpose, made from durable good-quality materials, contain no or minimal environmentally
harmful substances, and are cost efficient to operate and maintain.
Applicable requirements documented in Workplace Health and Safety legislation, Disability
Discrimination legislation, State Environmental Planning legislation, Commonwealth and State
legislation, National Construction Codes (NCC), the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and Australian
and New Zealand Standards (AS/NZS) are the minimum and mandatory compliance requirements.
Where any ambiguity exists between this standard and the aforementioned mandatory requirements
then:
a. the highest performance requirements must apply
b. applicable requirements must follow this order of precedence:
I.
Workplace Health and Safety legislation
II.
Disability Discrimination legislation
III.
State Environmental Planning and Assessment legislation
IV.
All other Commonwealth and State legislation
V.
NCC and BCA
VI.
AS/NZS
VII.
This standard and other University standards
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SCOPE
These Standards describe the minimum requirements for the design, construction and maintenance of
all Security services throughout all buildings owned, operated and managed by the University of
Sydney, to ensure the safety and protection of people, assets and “at risk” facilities.
The Standard applies to planners, project managers, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors,
tenants, managing agents and University staff involved in the design, construction and maintenance of
existing, new and proposed University buildings and facilities.
Any deviations from this standard are to be negotiated with the Campus Security Unit during the
planning phase. The specific design and installation requirements for security infrastructure must be
complied with unless a variation is approved as per the documented authorisation of variations
process.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
The Campus Security Unit has 6 designated security levels for areas and space within the university
PUBLIC SPACE
areas that are patrolled and observed but are open to the
public and have no natural or artificial barriers to a person’s
entry.
PERMITTED SPACE
areas that have either a natural or artificial barrier but where
entry is allowed for the general public who may want to enter
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PRIVATE SPACE
areas where there are access control points stopping general
entry and people without the correct access approval must be
invited or allowed entry to the area by an authorised user of
the space.
PERSONAL SPACE
areas such as offices and associated areas, or University
residences that are used personally by an individual or
individuals.
RESTRICTED SPACE
areas where the owner of the space requires there to be
special permission, equipment or training provided to a
person before entry is allowed to the area. This includes PC2
labs and some research areas.
HIGHLY RESTRICTED SPACE
areas that only specific people on an ‘at need’ basis are
permitted to access that have either safety, reputational risk,
industrial espionage, national security or other high risk
operational aspects within the area
Other Definitions
ACID System
the “Access Control and Intruder Detection” (ACID) Systems.
This term includes all security infrastructure installed in a
facility including electronic access control systems, alarm
systems, mechanical locks and hardware and the Closed
Circuit Television systems.
Access Control
May be either a hardwired access control door or a wireless
access control door depending on the application and client
requirements.
Full Access Control
This term is used when a full hardwired access control door
with full monitoring capability is required.
At Risk Facility
‘At risk’ facilities and systems have an above-average risk of
security incidents and specifically include any facility that:
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has a highly restricted space within the facility;
stores or uses hazardous chemicals, radioactive
materials or security sensitive biological organisms;
has a critical asset or critical safety priority alarm
system within the immediate area;
is a possible target for robbery e.g. banks and ATMs,
etc.;
attracts crime e.g. libraries, computer labs or areas
used for student gatherings;
has 24 hour continual operation such as student hubs,
study areas, or ICT access labs;
has poor natural surveillance, or low pedestrian traffic
e.g. buildings away from the main pedestrian
corridors;
sells alcohol; or
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Natural Surveillance
Is important to the University’s reputation, where a
security incident could cause reputational damage
e.g. heritage buildings, museums, libraries, and labs.
Is the ability to provide surveillance activities as a by-product
of normal and routine use of the area as opposed to formal
surveillance through the use of Security staff, access control
and CCTV
Alarm Priorities
The following information details the alarm monitoring priorities within the ACID system of the
University. Any installed alarm must fall within one of these monitoring criteria.
Critical – Safety Alarm
The individual alarm point monitors a situation where the
alarm activation and the expected operator response are
considered to be a “layer of protection” against a life
threatening or major accident hazard scenario. Alarm
response is considered immediate priority.
Critical – Duress Alarm
Wired or wireless single alarm point providing covert alarm
notification to Security requiring immediate monitoring
response and Security Patrol Response within 10 minutes of
activation used only when overt notification using
conventional communications methods would increase
physical safety and security risks.
Critical – Asset Alarm
An alarm point monitoring a physical or virtual resource,
product or service of such significant importance that
incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on:
1.
The operational capability or reputation of the
University as a whole or,
2. Significant research or operational capability of the
departments, faculties or professional service units
within the University of Sydney.
High – Perimeter Alarm
Single point alarm monitoring a building’s exterior or internal
perimeters or an internal point of access to a restricted area
requiring Security Patrol response within 15 minutes of
activation.
Medium Alarm
Single point or area alarm monitoring for interior building
spaces requiring Security Patrol response within 30 minutes
of activation.
Low Priority Alarm
Single point or area alarm monitoring designated interior
building spaces requiring Security Patrol response within 4
hours of activation.
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Maintenance Alarm
System alarm monitoring designated system components
requiring maintenance for notification to the Electronic
Maintenance Technicians.
Message Only
System only alarm where the event is recorded within the
ACID system, however there is no active monitoring and no
operational response required
Not An Event
Event occurs electronically only and is not recorded or
monitored within the ACID system
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AUTHORITIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
This Standard is owned by CIS. It is approved and signed off by Director CIS. The Campus Security
Unit is responsible for maintaining the Standard and ensuring the information is up-to-date and
relevant. The Standard must be reviewed at least biennially.
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5.1
DESIGN DETAILS
AIM
The design and planning of University buildings and facilities will aim to:
a) increase the effort required to engage in criminal or anti-social behaviour;
b) increase the perceived risk of engaging in criminal or anti-social behaviour;
c) reduce the rewards from a criminal or anti-social act; and
d) reduce the availability of excuses for criminal or anti-social behaviour.
5.2
GENERAL INFORMATION ON BASIC DESIGN
a) The University operates into the night, so lighting and natural surveillance are important. Project
Design must provide efficient lighting and security infrastructure beyond the building perimeter to a
recognised pedestrian corridor.
b) The two primary electronic systems used at the University are Gallagher for access control and
alarm monitoring and Avigilon for CCTV. No other systems are to be installed unless signed off by
the Campus Security Unit. The University has existing head-ends for both programs. No security
installation must be stand alone.
c) Frameless glass doors must not be used as access control points unless they are either auto
doors (sliding or swing) with high level IO interface boards or single / double doors fitted with Mag
Locks and door closes.
d) All doors on perimeters of buildings are considered access control points and require either fullaccess control or alarm systems as well as mechanical locks.
e) Any window viewing panels installed in a solid access control door must be at a height above
1200mm (from bottom up) otherwise they will interfere with standard security cabling.
f) The Head Contractor, in consultation with the CIS Project Manager, is to provide all required final
security design documentation and floor plans to the Campus Security Unit for approval of the
finalised scope of works.
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5.3
SECURITY LIGHTING
The following table is provided as the minimum security lighting requirements for areas, these are the
minimum for security purposes and projects must meet these levels or Australian Standards (which
ever are higher) within the lighting design for areas. Lighting needs to be sympathetic to CCTV and
designed appropriately not to blind CCTV at night.
Locations
Car Park Entrances
Parking Bays
Entrances to 24 hour study spaces
Internal Stairs, fire exits, external stair exits
Main Pedestrian Corridors, passageways and ramps
Pedestrian Crossings, shared pedestrian areas
Emergency Evacuation Assembly Areas
General lighting (outdoor Space)
External Emergency Duress Points
Open Area bike racks
External Public Toilets
5.4
IIIuminance measured at 1.6m
120 Lx
20 Lx
40 Lx (disabled)
80 Lx external to a distance of 10
meters
80 Lx (internal)
20 Lx (external)
40 Lx
40 Lx
40 Lx
10 Lx minimum in low use area
120 Lx to 5 meters (blue tint)
40 Lx
80 Lx
GENERAL ELECTRONIC SECURITY INFORMATION
a) All Access Control and Intruder Detection (ACID) installation specifications must be reviewed and
approved by the Campus Security Unit in the pre-tender phase.
b) All electronic system installations must be turnkey solutions.
c) Gallagher Command Centre (Version 7) is the current University platform.
d) All equipment must be connected to the University Gallagher Command Centre head end via the
University IP Network.
e) Gallagher Dual Cabinets, with 8amp PSU, must be used for all installations.
f) Gallagher FT 6000 controller with 8 door module ONLY must be used for all installations..
g) 8 input, IO and HD IO expansion boards must be used for all installations.
h) Gallagher T11 Multitech Readers or Prox Plus readers (Mifare series) must be installed on all
hardwired access control doors.
i) Lockwood Aperio locksets must be used on any wireless access control door.
j) Jacques intercoms to be used for all installations.
5.5
GENERAL MECHANICAL SECURITY INFORMATION
a) Keying charts and hierarchies must be created by the University master locksmith and all locks
installed in projects must be part of the University Bi-lock system
b) Only Lockwood door hardware and Lockwood or Briton panic bars must be used.
c) The project is to install all hardware including construction locks and quick change cylinders on the
Bi-Lock system.
d) The builder will be provided with quick change cylinders keyed off the University Master (specific
for the project) which remain property of the University. The keys to these locks must be a
builder’s keys that will not be usable by the University.
e) Large projects or any new buildings must install a key cabinet on the University Key Management
system in an appropriate area for the use of CIS contractors and staff to monitor master keys for
the building.
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5.6
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV)
a) The University uses a complete digital CCTV system integrated into Gallagher Command Centre
Version 7 and all CCTV installations specifications must be reviewed and approved by the
Campus Security Unit in the pre-tender phase.
b) Avigilon products must be used for CCTV Systems and are available from the University’s
preferred suppliers, (unless otherwise specified by the Campus Security Unit).
c) All cameras must record back to the University data centre and no NVR for the project is to be
installed on site at the project unless Campus Security Unit approves the use of onsite storage
due to a specific limitation.
5.7
INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
a) Installation must only be carried out by University Approved Security Contractors.
b) Security systems can only be commissioned after the University ICT systems are commissioned
within the building; there can be no exceptions to this as the ACID system will not function until
the IT system is working.
c) Configuration sheets must be provided 28 days prior to commissioning to allow adequate time for
programming. Configuration sheets are provided in Appendix C.
d) Keys and barrels will be supplied by the University on practical completion and the builder must
provide a minimum of 28 days’ notice prior to practical completion for the lock barrels to be
created.
e) Project managers must provide the user lists to the University Master Locksmith 28 days before
practical completion.
5.8
5.8.1
ACID (ACCESS CONTROL & INTRUDER DETECTION) ZONES & SPECIFICATION FOR DESIGN
AREA TYPE 1 - OPEN SPACE AROUND BUILDINGS (PUBLIC SPACE)
a) Areas must have general CCTV surveillance of pedestrian corridors, gathering areas and
emergency evacuation areas with sufficient resolution to provide facial recognition of persons at a
distance of 10 metres from entry points.
b) Surveillance cameras must be fixed to buildings, not poles.
c) All external cameras and lenses must be IR-capable for low light operations, unless otherwise
specified.
d) Single directional CCTV is sufficient for external areas.
e) Over 75% of the available open space that is specifically used as part of the facility must be
covered by the CCTV installation.
f) External cameras must be mounted above 4 m. If this is not possible they must have vandal proof
housings.
g) All housings must be fitted with heaters and blowers.
h) University prefers fixed high-end megapixel monitoring over PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) systems.
5.8.2
AREA TYPE 2 – MAIN PEDESTRIAN CORRIDORS AND ROADS
a) Pedestrian corridors and roads from main building entrances and areas must be covered by
additional lighting and CCTV back to the nearest road or main pedestrian corridor.
b) Pedestrian walkways, paths and main roads must be fitted with single directional cameras to allow
recognition of persons on or near paths and to identify incidents.
c) These cameras are to be attached to buildings rather than poles where possible and meet the
requirements in Area type 1 for external installations of CCTV
d) Cameras are to be focused at the mid-point of the visible pedestrian corridor or road and provide
246 pixels/m at that point
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5.8.3
AREA TYPE 3 - M AIN ENTRANCE DOORS
a) Main entrance doors to buildings are to be externally fitted in a suitable location with a Jacques
Intercom with integrated emergency button hard wired into the Gallagher system.
b) These points are to be lit after hours as per 6.2 of the design guide.
c) This emergency intercom is to be covered by a dedicated CCTV camera no closer than 20 meters
that shows at least 10 square meters around the intercom.
d) Minimum image resolution at the intercom is to be 246 pixels/m to achieve consistent acceptable
facial identification.
5.8.4
AREA TYPE 4 - ENTRY FOYERS AND OPEN SPACE WITHIN BUILDINGS (PUBLIC SPACE)
a) Main entrance surveillance must at least allow visual identification of persons entering the
building. Identification of persons departing the building is desirable but considered a lower
priority. Installers must typically design for both where possible.
b) Minimum image resolution at all main building entrances is 246 pixels/m to achieve consistent
acceptable facial identification.
c) Identification of persons exactly at entrance points (i.e., doors) is not required to achieve CSU
security requirements. Avoid positioning and aiming cameras directly at entrances because main
entrances have inherent interior/exterior lighting contrast / backlighting which creates problems
with the sharp transition from sunlight to shade.
d) The installer must identify camera aiming points within 3 m of the interior of main entrances and
position cameras to eliminate or minimise lighting contrast (backlighting) problems while still
providing facial recognition at the specified level of 246 pixels/m.
e) Interior main entry point cameras must be full body types (**MP-HD-DN) in suitable housings.
These highly visible housings are a desirable CCTV deterrent at the main entry points. Where
interior installation of full body housings may not always be possible due to aesthetic
considerations, single directional CCTV 360 and 180 degree cameras may be installed.
f) Natural gathering areas and seating spaces, such as lunch areas and cafeterias that are within
public areas must be specifically covered by CCTV.
5.8.5
AREA TYPE 5 - EXTERNAL PERIMETERS OR INTERNAL DOORS INTO SECURITY ZONES (POSITIVE
CONTROL POINTS)
a) Any doors that are designated entry / exit doors through the external perimeter, or that lead
internally to ‘at risk’ security zones, must be fitted with full access control.
b) Doors through any perimeter or into security zones are to be solid core doors in steel rebated
frames, walls are to be solid of non-penetrable construction not stud and gyprock.
c) Double rebated doors must have electric mortise locks, door closers and lockable drop bolt on the
fixed leaf.
d) Single Doors must have electric mortise locks and door closers.
e) Frameless glass doors have to be either auto doors integrated and controllable through the
Access Control system or single directional swing doors fitted with maglocks.
f) Any doors that are not primary access doors that bypass the access control zone must be fitted
with recessed mounted reed switches and screamers on the outer perimeter. These are not
available for use into the zone except through the security perimeter bi-lock key
g) No bypass keys or systems that lead around a security door are permitted.
h) Over-ride keys must be the University Bi-Lock Security Master that are not provided outside of
Campus Security.
5.8.6
AREA TYPE 6 - CAR PARKS (OPEN SPACE)
a) Car Parks are considered open space and cannot be used for private parking unless specifically
authorised
b) The University does not support the use of boom gates or private parking for building users
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c) All bays are to be clearly marked and the University standard signposting is to be provided by the
project for SIENS enforcement.
d) All designated bays are to be marked for purpose including University owned, loading bay,
disabled etc.
e) All car park bays must be individually consecutively numbered from 1 through to the last bay.
f) Access Control is only used after hours and must be through a Gallagher reader external to the
car park and accessible from inside the vehicle.
g) Ticket machines appropriate to the number of parks and linked to the University parking systems
must be installed in all publically available car parks
h) Any car park roller shutters must be fitted with an automatic exit loop and additionally must be
connected and controlled from the Gallagher system.
i) Parking spaces must be covered by general CCTV to identify all vehicles parking and leaving
individual car facilities.
j) Cameras installed under 3 metres in height must be in vandal resistant housings and IR
compatible.
k) CCTV cameras must recognise number plates of Vehicles entering and leaving the car parking
facilities.
l) Duress intercoms linked into the Gallagher system must be fitted near lifts and entry / exit points
and be covered by CCTV.
5.8.7
AREA TYPE 7 - BIKE STORE AREAS (OPEN AREAS OR PERSONAL / PRIVATE SPACE)
a) Access control must be provided on any entry points to secure bike storage areas.
b) CCTV cameras providing facial recognition at the specified level of 246 pixels/m must be at
entrances to a bike storage area
c) Open area bike storage must be covered by CCTV along the entire bike rack and lit appropriately
d) Bick racks are to be designed close enough to main entrances to be convenient but are not to be
part of the general entry way
5.8.8
AREA TYPE 8 - LECTURE THEATRES, GENERAL TEACHING AREAS AND TUTORIAL ROOMS (PUBLIC
SPACE)
a) Electronic access control is only needed on internal doors to a teaching space that is specifically
bookable
b) Access Control is not necessary on General Teaching Areas, seminar rooms or tutorial spaces
unless they are specific areas that contain high value specialised equipment.
c) University bi-lock must be fitted to appropriate doors.
d) Bi-lock keys must be fitted to AV specific areas.
e) Unless specifically requested there is no requirement for internal intruder detection or internal
CCTV.
5.8.9
AREA TYPE 9 - PLANT ROOMS AND CIS SERVICE AREAS (RESTRICTED AREA)
a) Individual doors inside plant and service areas must be placed on specific bi-lock key as per
University standard e.g. comms key, Plant Key, Electrical Key, Roof Key, Lift Key
b) Doors are to be solid core doors in steel rebated frames, walls are to be solid of non-penetratable
construction not stud and gyprock
c) Only shared service areas (such as areas containing multiple services such as plant / comms) and
that are accessed from any public space are to be on Access Control
d) A PIR must cover any shared access space where appropriate but not in specific service rooms or
areas
5.8.10 AREA TYPE 10 - 24 / 7 ACCESS LABS AND TEACHING AND LEARNING SPACE (‘AT RISK’ AREA)
a) 24-Hour Spaces at the University are identified as interior building spaces regularly used by
students (including post graduates) on a 24 hour basis or areas regularly used after normal
building operating hours. This excludes after-hours lectures and classes.
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b) 24-Hour Spaces may be accessible to all University students or restricted for use of specific
departments or faculties. Some spaces may also be restricted for use by post graduate students
only.
c) 24-Hour Spaces require increased security measures which include high density CCTV coverage
and appropriate lighting.
d) An external perimeter door must lead directly to the area, and any doors from the area to the
general building must be internal perimeter doors.
e) Walls and Doors are to be penetration proof and not simple stud and gyprock construction
f) Areas must be secure after hours and separated from the general building to ensure they do not
provide access to the building in general.
g) The areas must have toilet facilities within their access zone.
h) Duress intercoms linked into the Gallagher system must be fitted near lifts and entry / exit points
covered by CCTV
i) At least 75% of the interior space must have CCTV coverage with a minimum resolution of 120
pixels/m.
j) Due to minimal low light requirements, Avigilon 360 degree panoramic cameras spaced at 10
metre intervals are considered the most cost effective to deploy.
k) Avigilon 180 degree panoramic cameras can also be deployed in areas too narrow for 360 degree
cameras (typically less than 4 metres wide).
l) Avigilon panoramic cameras must not be deployed to provide coverage for entrances to 24-Hour
Spaces unless approved by CSU.
m) Entrances to 24-Hour Spaces require a specific Access Control reader, the reader and area
surrounding the reader must be covered by an external CCTV camera to a distance of 10 meters.
n) Internally the entrance door must have CCTV coverage meeting a minimum image resolution of
246 pixels/m via a dedicated camera. Avigilon 2MP or 3MP-HD-Dome-DN cameras meet these
requirements and must be deployed not further than 5 m from the entrance.
o) Any desks or other hot desk workspaces in general areas must have a separation barrier from
floor to desktop to stop people from other workspaces taking bags and items left on the floor under
the desk.
p) Separators and dividers between workstations must be no higher than 1200mm from the floor
5.8.11 AREA TYPE 11 - LIBRARIES AND HIGH TRAFFIC PUBLIC SPACES
a) Duress intercoms linked into the Gallagher system must be fitted near lifts and entry exit points
covered by CCTV
b) At least 75% of interior space must have CCTV coverage with a minimum resolution of 120
pixels/m.
c) Due to minimal low light requirements, Avigilon 360 degree panoramic cameras spaced at 10
metre intervals are considered the most cost effective to deploy.
d) Avigilon 180 degree panoramic cameras can also be deployed in areas too narrow for 360 degree
cameras (typically less than 4 metres wide).
e) Entrances to Libraries and High use public spaces require personal recognition and must have
CCTV coverage meeting a minimum image resolution of 246 pixels/m via a dedicated camera.
Avigilon 2MP or 3MP-HD-Dome-DN cameras meet these requirements and must be deployed not
further than 5 m from the entrance.
f) Any desks or other hot desk workspaces in general areas must have a separation barrier from
floor to desktop to stop people from other workspaces taking bags and items on the floor.
g) Separators and dividers between workstations must be no higher than 1200mm from the floor
h) Any areas that are used for student hot desk workstations must be specifically covered by CCTV
5.8.12 AREA TYPE 12 - CAFÉ LEASED AREAS
a) Any leased area must be secured by the tenant at their cost and to their specification.
b) These areas must be secured separately and not be accessible through the general building or
have egress into the general building after hours.
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5.8.13 AREA TYPE 13 - GENERAL STAFF OFFICES (PRIVATE SPACE)
a) Internal office doors must have personal bi-lock keys
b) In cases where no key is to be provided to the users, the doors must still be rebate doors,
specifically cut before installation to take a full mortise lock even if it is only fitted with a passage
set
5.8.14 AREA TYPE 14 - RESTRICTED STAFF OFFICES (PRIVATE SPACE)
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Internal Perimeter Doors to restricted office areas must have full access control.
Office doors within the perimeter must be on personal bi-lock keys.
If it is only a single office that is restricted, it must have access control as a minimum
A PIR must be provided in common areas and in any restricted office.
Phones and phone lists must be located adjacent to the outside door of any restricted area to
allow for access.
f) If the area is specifically sensitive, CCTV coverage of the entrance and reception area must have
a minimum image resolution of 246 pixels/m. Avigilon 2MP or 3MP-HD-Dome-DN cameras meet
these requirements and must be deployed no further than 5 m from the area.
g) If duress systems are necessary, they must be non-audible with dual action switches fitted in
discreet locations and programmed into Gallagher with only Security having the reset key.
5.8.15 AREA TYPE 15 - FIRE STAIRWELLS (INTERNAL PERIMETERS)
a) Full access control must be provided on the doors from the stairwell to other floors and areas if
they are trafficable stairs between floors.
b) Only the door to the external perimeter must be on free egress, exit only.
5.8.16 AREA TYPE 16 - LIFTS (INTERNAL PERIMETERS)
a) Lifts must have full access control capability
b) All lifts must be fitted with a single ceiling mounted Avigilon 1.0MP-HD-DOME-DN Camera fitted
with 3.5-10mm vari-focal, auto-iris, IR corrected lens.
c) Camera must be located in a corner of the lift ceiling with the field of view adjusted to observe lift
buttons, floor level indicators, lift doors, and as much of the interior as possible using up to 120
degree viewing angle.
d) Camera must be housed in an Avigilon ceiling or dome mount as suited to the specific installation
and positioned to accommodate lighting or other fixtures.
e) Camera and housing substitutions are not permitted.
5.8.17 AREA TYPE 17 - ALL LAB TYPES AND RESEARCH AREAS (RESTRICTED SPACE)
a) Doors from public areas must have full hardwired access control.
b) Doors from private space leading to lab areas are to have access control
c) Doors are to be solid core doors in steel rebated frames, walls are to be solid of non-penetratable
construction (not stud and gyprock)
d) Any Internal Perimeter Doors from one area to another must have hardwired access control.
e) Access from any corridor to any clean room must be on access control.
f) Internal lab office / storage doors must be on personal bi-lock keys.
g) A PIR must be provided in common areas and in any restricted area within the lab.
h) Phones or intercom must be adjacent to the outside door for restricted access and communication
with people inside
i) If the area is specifically sensitive, CCTV coverage must have a minimum image resolution of 240
pixels/m via a dedicated camera. Avigilon 2MP or 3MP-HD-Dome-DN cameras must typically
meet these requirements and must be deployed no further than 5 m from the area. Cameras must
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j)
be positioned to observe the entrance area.
If duress systems are necessary, they must be single push switches fitted in clearly marked and
obvious locations. They must also activate audible sirens external to the lab with strobe lights
fitted and an isolation switch for the siren must be provided in the external area near the intercom.
Alarms must be programmed into Gallagher and only to be reset by Security.
5.8.18 AREA TYPE 18 - HAZARDOUS M ATERIALS STORAGE (RESTRICTED SPACE)
a) Perimeter Doors must have full hardwired access control.
b) Doors are to be solid core doors in steel rebated frames, walls are to be resistant to penetration
not stud and gyprock
c) Internal spaces and specific doors within the area must be on personal bi-lock keys.
d) A PIR must be provided in common areas and in any specifically restricted area.
e) If the area is specifically sensitive, CCTV coverage must have a minimum image resolution of 240
pixels/m via a dedicated camera. Avigilon 2MP or 3MP-HD-Dome-DN cameras typically meet
these requirements and must be deployed no further than 5 m from the area.
f) Duress systems must be fitted internally as single push switches fitted in clearly marked and
obvious locations. They must also activate audible sirens external to the store with strobe lights
fitted. An isolation switch for the siren only must be provided in the external area near the duress
intercom.
g) Duress intercoms linked into the Gallagher system must be fitted externally near the entry door.
5.8.19 AREA TYPE 19 - CRITICAL FACILITY ALARM MONITORING (‘AT RISK’ FACILITY)
a) Critical Asset Alarms must monitor hazardous material stores, -80 degree or -21 degree freezers
containing high value research, gas monitoring systems, emergency generators, emergency
systems, safety systems, critical research areas or single fail points that are essential to client
operations.
b) These alarm points are specific to client needs and individual circumstances and MUST be
organised and approved through Campus Security Unit
c) Any high risk or critical alarm point needs an individual incident response plan detailing:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Background and location of the alarm point.
What the alarm is protecting and critical factors.
Conditions under which it must activate.
Hazards or other warnings about the alarm point.
First response actions to be taken by security responding officer.
Secondary actions.
Reporting requirements and Client call-out communication phone numbers and sequence.
Date to be reviewed by the client.
d) The University does not support the use of individual SMS systems as these are single point of
failure devices and have high failure rates
5.8.20 AREA TYPE 20 - MUSEUMS, ART WORKS, ANATOMY STORES AND SPECIAL FACILITIES
Facilities must be designed to reduce the risk of a foreseeable loss from occurring to any object in a
collection, while on display or in storage on University grounds. All Museums and Collections must
meet the following security requirements:
a) All exterior doors must have full Access Control and full integrated alarm monitoring.
b) All exterior windows which open shall have magnetic switches or other sensing devices generating
an alarm if a window is opened or left open when the facility is secure. When windows are key
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c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
locked by Campus Security or otherwise secured, this provision may be waived if there are
internal PIRs or CCTV.
All exterior doors which have glass, and all exterior windows, shall have glass break detecting
devices that alarm when the glass is broken, or interior volumetric motion detection to sense
intrusion. When practical, combining both methods is preferred.
At strategic places throughout the building there must be motion detection to detect the
unauthorized movement of people through the building or area, and to detect persons staying
behind after hours. In higher risk facilities this will need to be linked to CCTV.
High risk or high value collection storage rooms must have full access control monitoring and
internal alarms. They must remain locked at all times and shall be alarmed when not
occupied. The walls to these areas must be a minimum of single besser brick construction and
doors shall be a minimum of solid core door lined with 1.8mm steel, opening outwards with steel
rebated door frame. Sensors shall be installed in the room or on the interior walls of the room to
detect forced entry through the walls. Ducts and other possible points of entry necessitate motion
detection or equal protection.
Safes and vaults which contain collections, money, or other valuables shall be alarmed or must be
located inside secure storage rooms or rooms which are protected by motion detection.
Selected items on exhibit or in cases may need the additional protection of detection devices that
are active 24 hours per day. The determination of which items must be alarmed will depend on
value, replacement ability, sensitivity to controversy (such as political and social considerations),
ease of sale by a thief, and vulnerability to damage by vandalism or unintentional curiosity such as
visitor touching.
Items that can be secreted on the person, under a coat, or in a briefcase, purse or box must be
displayed in exhibit cases. The following items must always be displayed in exhibit cases or
permanently affixed to the building so that they cannot be removed: items made of precious
metals, gems, firearms, edged weapons, currency, coins, jewellery, and stamps.
Selected paintings hung in exhibitions must be alarmed so that they signal the monitoring station
and/or a local mimic panel display (if available) when they are touched or moved. The device must
alarm if the painting is removed from the wall or when it is lightly touched either by the hand or by
a knife blade or similar tool.
Selecting which items to secure and/or alarm is the responsibility of the Museum Director or
curator of the collection.
Alarm systems will be defined as Critical Alarm - Assets within Command Centre
Collection storage rooms must not be on the building master or grand master key. Access must
be granted only to those needing access as part of their job as identified by the museum
signatories. (Note CSU will consider restricted red lock (Critical System) barrels for this
application)
5.8.21 AREA TYPE 21 – DRUG CABINET AND STORAGE AREAS
Any drug that may be restricted, not publically available or may be vulnerable to criminal or intentional
misuse must be covered by additional security requirements regardless of its classification. These
drugs must:
a) Be maintained and stored in a secured fridge or safe contained in specific secured area of the
building
b) The safe is to be covered in a top down view by a specific CCTV camera, 1 MP is generally
sufficient
c) Doors to the specific area are to be solid core doors in steel rebated frames, walls are to be
resistant to penetration not stud and gyprock
d) Doors are to be fitted with hardwired access control
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GENERAL HARDWARE & INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Only hardware contained in Appendix A may be used for mechanical and electronic security
installations without specific approval of the Campus Security Unit.
Contact the Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager to install equipment that is not listed in
the schedule,.
6.1
ICT STANDARDS
a) Any work on the structured wiring on the University ICT Network must only be carried out by an
ICT approved contractor. Security Installers are not authorised to work on the University ICT
network and can only connect to cabling and equipment installed by an ICT-preferred contractor.
b) Refer to the ICT Design and Installation Requirements Documents for further information on
integrating the Security Systems into the ICT Network.
6.2
6.2.1
INSTALLATION DETAILS & CONFIGURATION
LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT
a) All security equipment such as controllers, NVRs and interface units must be installed in a
restricted, lockable and where appropriate air conditioned areas; in a dedicated low voltage
cupboard.
b) Equipment installed in unsuitable, hazardous or unapproved areas will be identified as defective
and must be relocated before commissioning. Unapproved areas include general public and/or
private office spaces, hallways, lecture theatres, etc.
6.2.2
WIRING & CABLING
a) All wiring must be totally concealed and must be installed so that it can be readily removed,
repaired or replaced.
b) Cables must be protected by conduit or cable duct where there is risk of mechanical damage.
c) Attention must be paid to voltage drop calculations when determining cable sizes.
d) Cabling to all detection and monitoring devices must be sized and installed in accordance with the
product installation manuals and the manufacturer recommendations for equipment.
e) Attention must be paid to line requirements for attenuation and installers must allow for any line
amplification.
f) All devices are to be wired ‘normally closed’ and end of Line resistors must be 4k7 as per
Gallagher Standard.
g) Alarm point cabling must be run individually to equipment boxes and grouped for connection to
alarm point.
h) Device in-outs such as motion detectors, reed switches, etc. must be wired with individual
common return wires.
i) Cables must be run for their entire route length without any joins.
j) Heat shrink to be used instead of electrical tape to protect joins and terminations.
k) Cabling in fire stairs must be in steel conduit in accordance with AS3000.
6.2.3
CONDUITS
Exposed conduits must not be used unless authorised by the Project Manager. If authorised, they
must be:
a) Rigid UPVC.
b) Joined using an approved solvent cement.
c) Secured using single-sided metal saddles spaced at 500 mm (maximum) centres and within 150
mm of the fittings.
d) Installed so that cables can be drawn in at draw boxes only.
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e) Minimum 20 mm internal diameter inside.
6.2.4
CABLE DUCT
Exposed cable ducts must not be used unless authorised by the Project Manager. If authorised, they
must be:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Fitted with removable covers.
Fitted with the manufacturer's standard bends, elbows, couplings and reducers.
Manufactured from extruded PVC or steel.
Matched to the colour scheme at the installation location where possible.
6.2.5
LOCKSMITH INSTALLATIONS BY SECURITY INSTALLER
Locksmith contractors/subcontractors must ensure all works are completed as per the following
operational requirements:
a) Pre-existing door defects e.g. warped, bowed, damaged doors, etc must be reported prior to
beginning installation
b) Once installed the lock tongue must fully latch in strike
c) Door must close from a 25 degree angle smoothly. If not, report defects on the door testing sheet
and submit to the Campus Security Unit.
6.3
6.3.1
ACID SYSTEMS: SITE SPECIFIC INTEGRATION, HARDWARE INSTALLATION &
CONFIGURATION
STANDARD ACID READERS
a) The standard card reader to be installed in all new installations is the Gallagher T11 multi tech
black reader, Product Number C300430. The Gallagher Prox Plus Mifare Series Charcoal,
Product Number C197720 is to be used when both the double card override and arm alarm zone
options would need to be utilised (i.e. where the card reader is used for manually
locking/unlocking lock AND arming/disarming)
b) Any Aperio systems must be part of the Gallagher system and are not to be standalone systems.
6.3.2
ELECTRO M AGNETIC HOLD BACKS
Any hold back on an access control door must be connected via two relays: one for the fire system to
close the door in event of fire trip and the other for the Gallagher relay to magnetise the hold back
during ‘free access’ times. Cabling to hold back from the fire panel must be completed by the essential
services provider as part of any relevant project. Cabling for security relay must be provided by the
security installer.
6.3.3
FIRE TRIP
Fire Trips must be connected via a normally closed contact with appropriate relay in a separate
junction box next to a security power supply. The security contractor must connect to the appropriate
device (to ‘cut power’) as required. Where fitted, the fire trip must have a separate contact to monitor
when it is activated. This must be monitored as an input via the Gallagher system.
6.3.4
LOCKWOOD 3500 SERIES ELECTRIC MORTICE LOCKS
a) The University currently uses Lockwood 3580 series (monitored – reed switch/hub/key override)
and Lockwood 3570 series (monitored – reed switch/hub/key override) including extended back
sets electric mortice locks.
b) Reed switch and deadlatching/locking bar monitoring circuits must be in series.
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c) All mortice locks must be configured ‘fail secure’ for ingress. If an egress path is locked, ‘fail safe’
configuration is required, including monitored double pole break glass.
6.3.5
MONITORING – DEVICE/STATUS/TAMPER
The various items of Gallagher equipment, power supplies, cabinets etc, must be fitted with status
monitoring, tamper switches, and other detection devices to prevent interference with, or failure of the
equipment. All such devices must be fully wired and programmed into the Command Centre so an
alarm is raised at the CMS if any failure or abnormality is detected (please refer to Gallagher
Installation Manuals). Alarms to be monitored include:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
q)
r)
s)
PSU Mains fail.
PSU Low battery.
Cabinet tamper for all cabinets including power supplies
Door open / door open too long
Door Not Locked (inc, bond sense)
Door forced
Break glass broken
Fire trip activated
Motion detector activation
Motion detector tamper
Glass Break detector tamper
Glass break detector activation
Duress activation
Freezer activation
Button release
Open circuit tamper
Short circuit tamper
Input Open/Closed
Output On/Off.
6.3.6
POWER SUPPLY UNIT
Power supply information must be detailed in project specification. The preferred power supply
enclosure is the Gallagher Dual Cabinet Enclosure.
6.3.7
FIRE RATED DOORS
When fitting access control to fire rated doors, the Assa Abloy 8810 transfer lead must be used.
6.3.8
EXAMPLES OF ACCESS CONTROL INSTALLATIONS
Refer to Appendix B for examples of how access control doors are integrated into spaces, with the
various hardware used at the University.
6.3.9
COMMUNICATION DETAILS
All communications from the electronic security devices must be arranged by the Project Manager
through the Campus Security Unit. This includes IT communications and PABX communications (if
required) for all controllers.
6.3.10 PROGRAMMING AND COMMISSIONING
a) All programming regarding the general configuration of new installations must be done by the
Sydney University Security Maintenance Contractor as per the Maintenance Agreement.
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b) Configuration sheets (see table below) must be used for all access control and alarm system
installations at the University of Sydney. A power supply sheet must be submitted for each new
single power supply.
c) The configuration sheets must be submitted in soft copy format
d) Please make sure each field is filled in accordingly. The format must always be: Building code,
level, room number, location (if required) and device description (see device naming conventions).
NO DOOR NUMBERS WILL BE ACCEPTED. BUILDING NAME IS NOT REQUIRED.
For example:
Building Code
Level
Room Number Location
G12
L1
127
North East
F13
L3
313
As written in the configuration sheets:
INPUT 1
G12 L1 127 North East Door Open
INPUT 2
F13 L3 313 REX
Device Description
Door Open
REX
TEST
TEST
6.3.11 SOFT COPY CONFIGURATION SHEETS
The Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager will provide electronic copies of configuration
sheets on request. The current versions can be found in Appendix C.
Configuration Sheet
Configuration Sheet
Configuration Sheet
Configuration Sheet
6000 Controller
8 Input Expansion
8 IO Expansion
HD IO Expansion
6.3.12 LABELLING OF EQUIPMENT
All labelling will be completed by the Sydney University Maintenance Contractors.
6.3.13 LABELLING IN GALLAGHER CABINET
The sticker provided by Gallagher for every cabinet, controller and expansion board must be filled out
and neatly fixed to the inside of the cabinet. The sticker must be written out in pencil and the naming
conventions must copy details of the configuration sheet provided to the Campus Security Unit.
6.3.14 BATTERY LABELLING
All batteries must be marked with the date of installation (format dd/mm/yyyy) on top of the battery.
6.3.15 ONSITE TESTING
A date and time must be organised by the Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager. The
testing must be completed only when the devices are connected to the university network.
6.3.16 TESTING PROCEDURES
a) Door testing sheets, defect sheets and PSU Details sheets must be completed by the installer and
given to the Campus Security Unit at the testing stage. These sheets must be scanned and
emailed to the CIS Project Manager.
b) Each installed item must be individually tested by an independent and qualified installer under the
direction of the Campus Security Unit.
c) Once defects have been rectified, another date/time may be organised to test. Once all defects
have been confirmed as fixed, the installer must send their practical completion certificate to the
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Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager. The practical completion certificate must then
be signed off and sent back to the security installer.
6.3.17 TESTING DEFECT SHEETS
Standard testing and defect sheets that inform installers of commissioning requirements can be found
on the Campus Infrastructure & Services website or below in Appendix C.
Testing Sheet
Testing Sheet
Testing Sheet
Door Testing Sheet
PSU Details
Defect Sheet
6.3.18 DURESS, BREAKGLASS, KEYS AND MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
All keys and miscellaneous parts, including duress button keys and breakglass keys, must be given to
the commissioning technician at the time of testing. These must then be provided to the Campus
Security Unit.
6.4
CCTV (CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM)
a) The University uses Avigilon products for its CCTV systems.
b) The Campus Security Unit preference is for all cameras to record to the University’s NVRs that are
located in the University data centre. On site NVRs and local storage solutions are only permitted
in special circumstances after negotiation with the Campus Security Unit.
c) Project Managers and contractors must confirm storage, data requirements and bandwidth with
the Campus Security Unit before tendering and installing for inclusion in the IT Planning for the
project.
d) Base considerations for CCTV installations are as follows:
i.
Open Space areas require generalised recording capability and the ability to live monitor
the area
ii.
Foyers and permitted areas require at least a 360 degree camera to cover all areas and
monitor people in the space.
iii.
Entry points into Restricted and Highly Restricted security areas require installation of
cameras to allow facial recognition on entry and exit
iv.
At Risk areas require facial recognition and general monitoring capability from the control
room
6.4.1
LOCAL SYSTEMS
All cameras must be connected to the University Network and no local monitoring or recording must
be installed without the express permission of the Campus Security Unit. This is due to the University
Privacy Management Plan. Any local monitoring cannot have read / copy permission.
6.4.2
COMMUNICATION DETAILS
All communications from the electronic security devices must be arranged by the Project Manager
through the Campus Security Unit. This includes IT communications and PABX communications (if
required) for all controllers.
6.4.3
CCTV SERVERS (NVRS)
a) All CCTV data storage must be configured on Avigilon 15.0TB-HD-NVR-LPR Network Video
Recorder Servers (NVRs) with second processor installed (-LPR option).
b) All NVRs must be equipped with Avigilon HD-NVR-2ND-PS Redundant Power Supply and
Avigilon HD-NVR-EXP2-CARD Storage Expansion Card.
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c) Unless otherwise specified by USYD CSU all NVRs must be installed within the University’s
allocated storage space at Global Switch Sydney Data Centre (Ultimo).
d) Requirements for NVRs must be determined by calculating the total incoming camera network
(Mbps) bandwidth using the following chart:
Avigilon Camera Type
29MP
16MP
11MP
5MP
3MP
2MP
1MP
180MP
360MP
IPS
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
QL
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Mbps
33.4
15.7
12.6
11.9
7
4.9
2.4
18.4
18.4
e) A single Avigilon 15.0TB-HD-NVR must be provided for every 256 Mbps of calculated
bandwidth per NVR. For bandwidth calculations that fall below 100Mbps, the Campus
Security Unit must be consulted to determine existing storage capacity to absorb the excess
bandwidth. If existing storage capacity is insufficient to absorb the extra bandwidth, the
University Campus Security Unit must notify the installer of the requirement for an additional
NVR.
Examples:
o 87Mbps = Determined by USYD CSU
o 245Mbps = 1 x NVR
o 330Mbps = 256Mbps + 74Mbps = 1 x NVR + remaining 74Mbps determined by
USYD CSU
o 484Mbps = 256Mbps + 228Mbps = 2 x NVR
o 596Mbps = 256Mbps + 256Mbps + 86MBps = 2 x NVRs + remaining 86Mbps
determined by USYD CSU
f)
Assignment and configuration of individual cameras to specific NVRs is critical to the efficient
use of system-wide storage capacity and must be determined by the Campus Security Unit
exclusively. Under no circumstances must installers connect any cameras to NVRs without
approval of the monitoring plan.
Note: Due to an existing agreement between Avigilon and the University of Sydney, all
Avigilon camera and server licenses must be provided by the Campus Security Unit. Under
no circumstances are suppliers/installers to purchase or supply Avigilon licenses of any
type.
6.4.4
GENERAL CAMERA SET UP
a) Camera housings must not be mounted on removable ceiling panels.
b) Camera focus must be accomplished with iris set to open position. Point of focus adjustment must
be the centre of the required image. Iris must be reset to auto when focus is completed.
c) Camera settings must be configured by the installer with the Avigilon Camera Installation Tool
software prior to commissioning as follows:
o
General Settings
 Camera Name
• Building Code, Location, Number (if Multiple)
o Example: F10 SE Lift 1 (Building F10 Southeast Lift 1)
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
o
o
o
o
6.4.5
Camera Location
• Building Name
o Example: New Law School
Image and Display
 Exposure: Auto
 Iris: Auto
 IR Cut Filter: Auto
 Flicker Control: 50 Hz
 Backlight Compensation 50%
 Maximum Exposure 1/30s (33ms)
 Priority: Exposure
 Sharpening 50%
 White Balance: Auto
Compression and Image Rate
 Image Rate: 4.0 ips
 Image Quality: 6
All other camera settings must remain configured to default settings.
Cameras must not be connected to any NVRs until configurations are
completed and approved by the Campus Security Unit.
PROGRAMMING AND COMMISSIONING
a) The Installer must supply the Campus Security Unit through the Head Contractor with an
unrestricted Excel spreadsheet file containing the following information (example entry provided):
Avigilon
Camera
Type
1.0MP-HDDOME-DN
Serial
Number
Camera
Name
Lens
Type
IP
Address
MAC
Address
Image
Rate
Quality
Level
Bandwidth
(Mbps)
10473628
F10 SE
Lift 1
Kowa
3.510mm
10.75.39.
4
00:18:85:
00:AB:6C
4
6
2.4
b) Details of all cameras must be combined on a single spreadsheet segregated by level (basementto-top), then lift cameras followed by exterior cameras.
c) A JPEG snapshot image of each camera field of view must be included with the spreadsheet.
Image must include timestamp, camera name, and camera location overlays. JPEG resolution
must be not less than 800x600. The JPEG file names must mirror the camera names.
6.4.6
SOFT COPY CONFIGURATION SHEETS
The Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager will provide electronic copies of configuration
sheets on request. The current versions can be found in Appendix C.
Configuration Sheet
6.4.7
Avigilon Commissioning Sheet
LABELLING
All labelling will be completed by the Electronic Security Maintenance contractor at time of
commissioning.
6.4.8
ONSITE TESTING
A date and time must be organised by the Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager. The
testing can only be completed when the devices are connected to the university network.
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6.4.9
TESTING PROCEDURES
a) CCTV Sheets and PSU Details sheets must be completed by the installer and given to the
Campus Security Unit at the testing stage. These sheets must be scanned and emailed to the CIS
Project Manager.
b) Each installed item must be individually tested by an independent and qualified installer under the
direction of the Campus Security Unit.
c) Once defects have been rectified another date/time may be organised to test. Once all defects
have been confirmed as fixed the installer must send their practical completion certificate to the
Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager. The practical completion certificate must then
be signed off and sent back to the security installer.
6.4.10 TESTING/DEFECT SHEETS
Standard Testing Sheets that inform installers of commissioning requirements can be found on the
Campus Infrastructure & Services website or below in Appendix C.
Testing Sheet
Testing Sheet
7
Camera Testing Sheet
Defect Sheet
APPROVED SECURITY SUPPLIERS
For smaller security works within projects (under $10,000 in value) the University prefers to use the
on-site maintenance provider. Contractors arranging for a small project must contact the Campus
Security Unit Technical Services Manager, who will provide the details of the appropriate installer.
For major projects the University only deals with companies accredited to install both Gallagher and
Avigilon products and that have significant experience with the University’s systems.
As of 2013 there are four authorised security companies to complete major projects at the University.
These companies can be found on the University website:
a) CHUBB FIRE & SECURITY LTD
Contact: Anthony Valore [email protected] 9581 6479 / 0401 778 099
b) DIEBOLD AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
[email protected]
Contact: Timothy Mass
9684 3568 / 0417 189 249
c) SECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES (STS) PTY LTD
[email protected]
Contact: Robert Jason
[email protected]
Roland Zirps
8893 1227 / 0422 138 701
0413 035 142
d) SYDNEY NIGHT PATROL (SNP) PTY LTD
[email protected]
Contact: Peter Ellis
8762 6690 / 0410 542 973
8
MANUALS
The installer must provide a hard copy and electronic version of ‘As-Built drawings’ produced
using AutoCAD format detailing the scope of works installed, layout of equipment, and circuit
diagrams (if applicable) to the CSU. A copy in PDF must also be provided.
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9
WARRANTY
Unless otherwise specified in a University contract, all equipment that is installed to complete a
project, including all components within the Access Control and Intruder Detection systems and
CCTV systems, must be covered by a 12-month parts and labour warranty.
10 GALLAGHER & AVIGILON CERTIFICATION
A copy of the Gallagher and Avigilon training certificate, and relevant documentation of the
technician who performed the commissioning of the new system, must be provided for each
installation to the CSU.
11 DOCUMENTATION CHECKLIST
The following Checklist of Documents/Items must be provided to the Campus Security Unit:
a) Programming
a. Configuration Sheets
b. Installer testing sheets
c. As Built Plans – AutoCAD and PDF
d. Gallagher and/or Avigilon Commissioning Technician Certificate.
b) Testing and Commissioning
a. Door testing sheets – completed by the installer
b. PSU Sheets
c. Defect Sheets
d. Duress and Breakglass Keys (and other miscellaneous keys, etc)
e. Practical Completion Certificate
The Campus Security Unit Technical Services Manager must provide electronic copies of the
testing sheets on request. Current copies can be found in Appendix C.
12 DOCUMENTATION & RECORDS
Appendix C – Commissioning Forms and Testing Sheets
13 AUTHORISATION OF VARIATIONS
Project managers, consultants, contractors, commissioning agents and facilities maintenance
personnel must ensure compliance with these requirements is achieved.
Variations to this standard must only be considered where:
a) the University Standard’s requirement cannot physically or technically be achieved.
b) the alternative solution delivers demonstrated and proven superior performance for the same
capital and life cycle cost or better.
Consultants and contractors must identify and justify requirements of the standard that do not apply to
the project or which need to be varied and these which must be approved by the issuer of this
standard. Formal requests for all variations to this Standard must be submitted using the CIS
Request Dispensation from Standard Form (CIS-ENG-F001). The issuer of this standard or their
delegated authority must review and consider requirements of stakeholders from clients, projects and
facilities management before deciding whether to approve variations. Their formal sign-off is required
for acceptance of any non-compliances and departures from this standard’s requirements.
.
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14 QUALITY CONTROL
14.1 DESIGN STANDARD COMPLIANCE
Compliance with requirements of this standard must be checked throughout the design, construction
and commissioning phases of projects by:
a) The CIS project consultant
b) The issuer of this standard or their delegate
Competent CIS representatives must check compliance with this standard during design reviews and
formal site inspections. Any non-compliance with requirements of this standard must be documented
in the Non-conformance Report Form, CIS-SYS-F001 and provided to the CIS Project Manager for
issue to contractors and their consultants. Project Managers must maintain a register of nonconformances and manage close out of outstanding non-conformances. Contractors and their
consultants issued with non conformances must take appropriate corrective or preventive actions.
Proposed corrective or preventive actions and close out of non-conformances must first be formally
approved by issuer of the standard or their delegate.
14.2 DESIGN STANDARD CERTIFICATION
Contractors and their consultants must certify compliance to the design standard by completing and
submitting the CIS Project Design Certification Form, CIS-PROJ-F001 to the CIS Project Manager at
each of the following project phases:
a) Design and Documentation
b) Tender
c) Construction
Notwithstanding CIS’ internal quality control processes, contractors and their consultants must
implement their own robust quality assurance and control procedures to ensure compliance with
requirements of this standard
15 REFERENCES
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
AS 2201 Intruder Alarm Systems
AS 3000 Electrical wiring
Security Industry Act 2007
Workplace Surveillance Act 2005
Conditions of Supply - Electrical Supply Authority
Building Code of Australia
Gallagher Installation Manuals
Avigilon Installation Manuals
rd
Other 3 Party Hardware schedule Installation Manuals including Lockwood, Dorma, Padde
16 ATTACHMENTS
Appendix A – Hardware List
Appendix B – Examples of ACID Installation & Fit off
Appendix C – Commissioning Forms and Testing Sheets
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17 DOCUMENT AMENDMENT HISTORY
Revision
Description/Amendments
Date
000
Interim standard issue
14/12/2012
001
Reformatted to suit CIS
Standard format
16/08/2013
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CAMPUS INFRASTRUCTURE & SERVICES
18 APPENDIX A - HARDWARE LIST
Brand/Supplier
Gallagher
Gallagher
Gallagher
Gallagher
Part
Number
C300100
C300181
C300182
C200680
Gallagher
C200684
Gallagher
C200688
Gallagher
C200602
Gallagher
Gallagher
C200105
C200611
Gallagher
Gallagher
Gallagher
Gallagher
C200620
C300430
C197720
C200602
Gallagher
Smart
Innovations
Smart
Innovations
LSC / ACSS
C200003
SMART440
5
SMART
4410
ACWEB200
1
PAB3
Smart
Innovations
Security
merchants /
Assa Abloy
Lockwood
Description
Controller 6000
8 Hbus Module
8 Reader Module
Cardax FT 8-Input Expansion
Interface, board only
Cardax FT I/O Expansion Interface,
board only
Cardax FT High Density I/O
Interface, board only
Cardax FT Remote Arming
Terminal
Cardax FT Dual Cabinet with PSU
Cardax FT GBUS I/O Accessory
Cabinet
Cardax FT Dialler
T11 Multi Tech Reader
Prox Plus Mifare Series
Gallagher Remote Arming Terminal,
Charcoal
Controller 6000 I/O Mounting Plate
Press to exit flush button st/steel
plate
Press to exit flush button st/steel
plate
Panic Button Secor Dual release
Notes
Charcoal
Charcoal
Large
Small
ACWEB2001
Double button end push latching
panic button with key
Emergency Break Glass Door
Release – Green – Double Pole
Double press
duress
3570 series
(monitored)
3580 series
(monitored)
Lockwood 3570 electric mortice
lock
Lockwood 3580 electric mortice
lock
Lockwood
3572 series
Lockwood mechanical mortice locks
Lockwood
3582 series
Lockwood mechanical mortice lock
Lockwood
4801/70SC
Lockwood
4905/70SC
Lockwood
1801/70SC
Lockwood 4801/70SC furniture
plate
Lockwood 4905/70SC furniture
plate
Lockwood 1801/70SC furniture
plate
Single & Double
Timber Doors
Single & Double
Aluminium Doors
and handing of
doors required
Single & Double
Timber Doors
Single & Double
Aluminium Doors
Single & Double
Aluminium Doors
Single & Double
Aluminium Doors
Single & Double
Timber Doors
Lockwood
10974
Brand/Supplier
Lockwood
Part
Number
1905/70SC
Lockwood
L333
Dorma
TS73SIL
Dorma
TS83SIL
Dorma TS83SIL door closer (wider
than 1100mm or perimeter doors)
ADI
SL5 SC
ADI SL5 SC lockable bolt
ADI
ADI SL5 rear fixing plate SC
Assa Abloy
ADI SL5
rear fixing
plate SC
AB8810
Assa Abloy
Assa Abloy
AB8811
AB8389
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D1
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D1IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D2
H3-DSMOKE
1.0-H3MDO1
2.0-H3MDO1
1.0WH3PTZDP20
2.0WH3PTZDP20
MNTPENDWALL
H3PTZ-DPSMOKE
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D1
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Notes
Lockwood 1905/70SC furniture
plate
Surface Mounted Barrel Bolt (NOT
FLUSH BOLT)
Dorma TS73SIL door closer (up to
1100mm width doors)
Single & Double
Timber Doors
To be installed on
top of inactive leaf
All access control
doors with electric
mortice lock to
have a door closer
All access control
doors with electric
mortice lock to
have a door closer
ADI SL5 SC
lockable bolt
installed on fixed
leaf and on bottom
of door
Recessed transfer lead – round
edge
Recessed transfer lead Fire Rated
Recessed transfer lead – squared
edge
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera with IR
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Indoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
1.0 Megapixel HD Micro Dome
Camera
2.0 Megapixel HD Micro Dome
Camera
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night 20x HD
PTZ Pendant Dome Camera
2.0 Megapixel Day/Night 20x HD
PTZ Pendant Dome Camera
Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Mount
Bracket
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera
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Brand/Supplier
Part
Number
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D1IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
1.0-H3-D2
H3-DSMOKE
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DC1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DC2
H3-DCSMOKE
H3-DC-PNL
1.0-H3-DO1
Avigilon
1.0-H3DO1-IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DO2
H3-DOPSMOKE
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DO2
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DP1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
1.0-H3-DP2
H3-DOPSMOKE
MNTPENDWALL
Avigilon
2.0-H3-D1
Avigilon
2.0-H3-D1IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
2.0-H3-D2
H3-DSMOKE
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DC1
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DC2
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1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera with IR
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Indoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Metal Ceiling Panel
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera with IR
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm Outdoor Dome Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Pendant Dome
Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Pendant Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Mount
Bracket
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera with IR
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Indoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
2.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
2.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
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Brand/Supplier
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Part
Number
H3-DCSMOKE
H3-DC-PNL
2.0-H3-DO1
Avigilon
2.0-H3DO1-IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DO2
H3-DOPSMOKE
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DO2
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DP1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
2.0-H3-DP2
H3-DOPSMOKE
MNTPENDWALL
Avigilon
3.0W-H3D1
Avigilon
3.0W-H3D1-IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
3.0W-H3D2
H3-DSMOKE
Avigilon
3.0W-H3DO1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
3.0W-H3DO1-IR
Avigilon
3.0W-H3DO2
H3-DOPSMOKE
3.0W-H3DC1
3.0W-H3DC2
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Notes
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Metal Ceiling Panel
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera with IR
2.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm Outdoor Dome Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Pendant Dome
Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Pendant Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Mount
Bracket
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera with IR
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Indoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera with IR
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
3.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
3.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
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Brand/Supplier
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Part
Number
H3-DCSMOKE
H3-DC-PNL
5.0-H3-DO2
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DP1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DP2
H3-DOPSMOKE
MNTPENDWALL
Avigilon
5.0-H3-D1
Avigilon
5.0-H3-D1IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
5.0-H3-D2
H3-DSMOKE
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DO1
Avigilon
5.0-H3DO1-IR
Avigilon
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DO2
H3-DOPSMOKE
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DC1
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
5.0-H3-DC2
H3-DCSMOKE
H3-DC-PNL
1.0-H3-B2
Avigilon
1.0-H3-B3
Avigilon
2.0-H3-B1
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Notes
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Metal Ceiling Panel
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Pendant Dome
Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Pendant Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Indoor/Outdoor Pendant Mount
Bracket
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Indoor Dome
Camera with IR
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Indoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Outdoor Dome
Camera with IR
5.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 9-22mm Outdoor Dome
Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
5.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
5.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm In-Ceiling Dome Camera
Dome Camera Cover with Smoked
Bubble
Metal Ceiling Panel
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm Camera
1.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm Camera
2.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
4.7-84.6mm Camera
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
Lens 4.7-84.6 mm,
F1.6, auto-Iris
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Brand/Supplier
Part
Number
Avigilon
Avigilon
2.0-H3-B2
3.0W-H3B2
Avigilon
5.0-H3-B2
Avigilon
Pelco
Pelco
5.0-H3-B3
1.0W-H3BO1-IR
1.0W-H3BO2-IR
2.0W-H3BO1-IR
2.0W-H3BO2-IR
3.0W-H3BO1-IR
3.0W-H3BO2-IR
5.0W-H3BO1-IR
5.0W-H3BO2-IR
8.0MP-HDPRO-C
8.0MP-HDPRO-M
11MP-HDPRO-C
11MP-HDPRO-M
16MP-HDPRO-C
16MP-HDPRO-M
29MP-HDPRO-C
29MP-HDPRO-M
EH3512-2
EH4722-2
Pelco
EH4718-2
Pelco
Pelco
Pelco
Pelco
Sentrol
Tactical
Technologies
EM22
EH2100
EH1000
EH2020
E01106134
TPS24-4AC
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
Avigilon
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2.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm Camera
3.0 Megapixel WDR Day/Night
H.264 HD 3-9mm Camera
5.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
3-9mm Camera
5.0 Megapixel Day/Night H.264 HD
9-22mm Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR 3-9mm HD
Bullet Camera
1.0 Megapixel WDR 9-22mm HD
Bullet Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR 3-9mm HD
Bullet Camera
2.0 Megapixel WDR 9-22mm HD
Bullet Camera
3.0 Megapixel WDR 3-9mm HD
Bullet Camera
3.0 Megapixel WDR 9-22mm HD
Bullet Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR 3-9mm HD
Bullet Camera
5.0 Megapixel WDR 9-22mm HD
Bullet Camera
8.0 Megapixel JPEG2000 Color HD
Pro Camera
8.0 Megapixel JPEG2000
Monochrome HD Pro Camera
11 Megapixel JPEG2000 Color HD
Pro Camera
11 Megapixel JPEG2000
Monochrome HD Pro Camera
16 Megapixel JPEG2000 Color HD
Pro Camera
16 Megapixel JPEG2000
Monochrome HD Pro Camera
29 Megapixel JPEG2000 Color HD
Pro Camera
29 Megapixel JPEG2000
Monochrome HD Pro Camera
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
Lens 3-9 mm, F1.2,
P-Iris
Lens 9-22 mm,
F1.6, P-iris
17" Standard Enclosure with Fan
and Heater
13" Standard Enclosure with Fan
and Heater
Wall Mount Bracket for Housing
In-ceiling Medium Wedge
In-ceiling Large Wedge
In-ceiling Small Wedge
Reed Recessed 1078C-N 3/4"
24VAC 4 Amp power supply
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Brand/Supplier
Inovonics
Part
Number
S4755
Inovonics
S4795
Inovonics
S4797
Inovonics
S4748
Inovonics
S4752
Inovonics
S4805
Inovonics
S4762
Inovonics
S3215A
Inovonics
S4765
Elsema
Elsema
Elsema
Padde
R03105000
R03105010
Key-2DP
PDE3000
Padde
Padde
Padde
PDE3002
PDE3006
PDE3010
Padde
Padde
Padde
Padde
PDE3022
PDE3025
PDE5100
PDE9880
micro
magnet
mortice
monitored
PDE2074
SSE4000
stainless
steel fl
SSE4050
SSE4052
SSE4020
SSE4025
SSE4024
SSE4026
BAT2000
VSL-351
C867104
Padde
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Seadan
Jacques
Aperio
(Gallagher
Provided)
Aperio
(Gallagher
Provided)
C867155
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Notes
EN1233D Inovonics Pedant Double
Button
EN4204R Inovonics 4PT/5Relay
receiver
EN4216R Inovonics 16PT/ 6output
relay receiver
EN1212 Inovonics Universal
Transmitter
EN1223D Inovonics Double Button
water resistabt Pendant
EN4232 Inovonics 32 point/ 12
output Receiver (transistor)
EN1233S Inovonics Perndant single
button
Echostream 32 Channel Rx with
relay outputs
EN1235 Inovonics Beltclip TX
single button
Elsema 1 Channel RX
Elsema TX Pendant Hand held
Elsema TX Dual Press Key Ring
Micro magnet single surface mount
monitored
Mini mag single recessed monitored
Eml single door monitored
Eml Double door monitored surface
mount
Eml single surface mount monitored
Slimline eml double doors
Single weather resistant
Electric Strike Patch (ES2000)
Stainless steel flex 295mm
Stainless steel flex 590mm
Stainless steel flex 1 metre
12V 7AH backup battery
Access Intercom Slave Station
AH30 1:8 COMMUNICATION HUB
Escutcheon 35-45mm
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Brand/Supplier
Aperio
(Gallagher
Provided)
Part
Number
C867156
Description
Notes
Escutcheon 46-55mm
**Note:
1. Lenses for cameras to be provided as per project specification. If not included please contact
CSU.
2. Use appropriate sun shrouds, etc when specifying external cctv installs even if they are not
specified
3. For CCTV installations use appropriate Pelco brackets, etc.
4. For electromagnetic lock installations use appropriate Padde brackets.
5. Refer to Avigilon camera compatibility list if other cameras are to be specified.
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19 APPENDIX B - EXAMPLES OF ACID INSTALLATIONS & FIT OFF
Double Glass Door (Card Reader and Non Card Reader)- Entry
1
2
Double Glass Door (Card Reader and Non Card Reader)
3
1. Integrate auto door into Gallagher (internal and external motion sensors). High level IO
Options board provided by auto door. Fire trip to be provided if egress by others.
2. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
3. Breakglass and Exit button
Single Glass Door (Card Reader and Non Card Reader) – Entry
1
3
4
Single Glass Door (Card Reader and Non Card Reader) – Exit
5
2
1. Integrate auto door into Gallagher (internal and external motion sensors). High level IO
Options board provided by auto door. Fire trip to be provided if egress by others.
2. Breakglass and Exit button
3. Integrate auto door into Gallagher. Options board provided in auto door pelmut. Fire trip to be
provided if egress by others.
4. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
5. Breakglass and Exit button
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Single Glass Door – Entry
3
2
1
Single Glass Door – Entry
4
5
6
1. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and appropriate furniture. University Bi-lock cylinder. Install at
height 900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma Door Closer
4. Barrel bolt or panic bolt visible fix.
5. Transfer hinge mounted at same height of lock.
6. ADI Lockable Drop Bolt. University Bi-lock cylinder. Must be installed with strike plate or ferrel.
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Double Frameless Glass Door – Entry
1
2
Double Framless Glass Door – Entry
3
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5
Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
Lockwood pivot door closer
Magnetic lock (Padde – installer to suit door type). Fire trip at Power Supply.
Breakglass
Exit button
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Double Timber Glass Panelling Door – Entry
2
1
Double Timber Glass Panelling Door – Entry
3
4
5
6
1. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and furniture. University Bi-lock cylinder. Install at height
900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma door Closer
4. Barrel bolt or panic bolt visible fix.
5. Transfer hinge mounted at same height of lock.
6. ADILockable Drop Bolt. University Bi-lock cylinder. Must be installed with strike plate or ferrel.
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Double Timber Door – Entry
1
2
Double Timber Door – Exit
3
4
5
6
1. Gallagher Prox reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and furniture. Lockwood 3570-4902SC rebate kit. University
Bi-lock cylinder. Install at height 900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma door Closer.
4. Barrel bolt or panic bolt visible fix.
5. Transfer hinge mounted at same height of lock.
6. ADI Lockable Drop Bolt. University Bi-lock cylinder. Must be installed with strike plate or ferrel.
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Single Glass Door – Entry
3
2
1
Single Glass Door – Entry
4
1. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and furniture. University Bi-lock cylinder. Install at height
900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma door closer
4. Transfer hinge mounted at same height of lock.
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Single Timber Door – Entry
3
2
1
Single Timber Door – Exit
4
1. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground.
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and furniture. University Bi-lock cylinder. Install at height
900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma door Closer
4. Transfer hinge at same height of lock (as shown). Mounted with white blank switch plate.
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Single Wood Panel Door – Entry
2
1
Single Wood Panel Door – Exit
3
4
5
1. Gallagher reader installed between 900mm and 1200mm from ground
2. Lockwood Electric Mortice lock and furniture. University Bi-lock cylinder. Install at height
900mm to 1200mm.
3. Dorma door Closer
4. Transfer hinge mounted at same height of lock. AB8810 (as shown above)
5. Cabling concealed via wood panelling.
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20 APPENDIX C - COMMISSIONING FORMS & TESTING SHEETS
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GALLAGHER CONTROLLER PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
CONTROLLER NAME
CONTROLLER LOCATION
SERIAL NUMBER
DATE
MAC ADDRESS
READER 1 LOCATION
READER 2 LOCATION
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
READER 3 LOCATION
READER 4 LOCATION
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
READER 5 LOCATION
READER 6 LOCATION
INPUT 9
INPUT 10
INPUT 11
INPUT 12
RELAY 5
RELAY 6
READER 7 LOCATION
READER 8 LOCATION
INPUT 13
INPUT 14
INPUT 15
INPUT 16
RELAY 7
RELAY 8
INPUT 17
INPUT 18
INPUT 19
INPUT 20
INPUT 21
INPUT 22
INPUT 23
INPUT 24
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GALLAGHER EXPANSION PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
INSTALLATION COMPANY
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NUMBER
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
CONTROLLER NAME
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION
BOARD TAMPER CONNECTED
GALLAGHER EXPANSION PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
INSTALLATION COMPANY
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NUMBER
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
CONTROLLER NAME
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION
BOARD TAMPER CONNECTED
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GALLAGHER EXPANSION PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
INSTALLATION COMPANY
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NUMBER
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
CONTROLLER NAME
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION
BOARD TAMPER CONNECTED
GALLAGHER EXPANSION PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
INSTALLATION COMPANY
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NUMBER
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
INPUT 3
INPUT 4
INPUT 5
INPUT 6
INPUT 7
INPUT 8
CONTROLLER NAME
POWER SUPPLY LOCATION
BOARD TAMPER CONNECTED
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GALLAGHER HD EXPANSION BOARD PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
INSTALLATION COMPANY
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NAME
INPUT/OUTPUT BOARD NUMBER
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
RELAY 1
RELAY 2
RELAY 3
RELAY 4
RELAY 5
RELAY 6
RELAY 7
RELAY 8
RELAY 9
RELAY 10
RELAY 11
RELAY 12
RELAY 13
RELAY 14
RELAY 15
RELAY 16
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POWER SUPPLY PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
Date of Service
PSU Number
Building Code/Name
Location in Building
DB/Circuit Number
Type/Amp Rating
Unit (PSU Alarms)
Current Load Mains
Current Load
Alarm Mains Fail
Alarm Low Battery
Alarm PSU Tamper
Output Voltage
Battery Voltage
Battery Install Date
Battery Replace Date
Serial Number
Units Supplied from this Power Supply Are:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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ACID PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
DATE
TECHNICIAN NAME
INSTALLATION COMPANY
BUILDING CODE/NAME
LEVEL & ROOM NUMBER
LEVEL:
ROOM:
Door Material Type TIMBER
ALUMINUM
GLASS
Door Frame Type
TIMBER
ALUMINUM
STEEL
SINGLE DOOR
DOUBLE DOOR
LOCK TYPE - Mortice Lock
TIMBER
SLIMLINE L/H
SLIMLINE R/H
EXTENDED
LOCK TYPE - Mag Lock
SINGLE
DOUBLE
SLIM SIN
SLIM DOUB
Lock Function
Pass
Fail
NA
Forced Door
Pass
Fail
NA
DNL / Bond Sense
Pass
Fail
NA
DOTL
Pass
Fail
NA
KOR
Pass
Fail
NA
STRIKER PLATE FITTED
YES
NO
NA
Striker Plate Engages
Pass
Fail
NA
CABLE TRANSFER
Pass
Fail
NA
DROP BOLT/DOOR SECURE
Pass
Fail
NA
DOOR WARP TEST
Pass
Fail
DOOR FURNITURE
Pass
Fail
HANDLE / WALKAWAY TEST
Pass
Fail
NA
EGRESS METHOD
Push Button
Free Handle
Remote Release
Other
Egress Function
Pass
Fail
EXIT SIGN
YES
NO
EMERGENCY EGRESS B/G
Pass
Fail
DOOR HAS BEEN CONNECTED TO FIRE TRIP?
YES
NO
IS THE DOOR FAIL SAFE?
YES
NO
DOOR CLOSER FITTED
YES
NO
Door Closer Function
Pass
Fail
CARD READER
ENTRY CARD READER MODEL
SP
SP+
T11
Card Reader function
Pass
Fail
Alarm Zone Un/set
Pass
Fail
Access Granted
Pass
Fail
Correct Symbols
Pass
Fail
Audible Feedback
Pass
Fail
Labelling Complete
Pass
Fail
EXIT CARD READER MODEL
SP
SP+
T11
Card Reader function
Pass
Fail
Alarm Zone Un/set
Pass
Fail
Access Granted
Pass
Fail
Correct Symbols
Pass
Fail
Audible Feedback
Pass
Fail
Labelling Complete
Pass
Fail
DOOR HAS BEEN CLASSIFIED AS (INTERNAL)
OR
(PERIMTER)
DOOR SITE PLANS UPDATED
YES
NO
HARDWARE SITE PLANS UPDATED
YES
NO
ALARM SITE PLANS UPDATED
YES
NO
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MM
OTHER
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DEFECT PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
Date:
Defect Number
Building Code/Name
Level
Room Number
Device Type (Please Tick)
Mortise Lock
PSU
Duress
Reed Switch
Mag Lock
Auto Door
Card reader
Break Glass
RAT
Relay
Tamper
Controller
Wiring
PIR
Battery
Key Override
Door
Cabinet
INPUT  OUTPUT  OTHER 
DEVICE DESCRIPTION / NAME
DEFECT / FAULT
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AVIGILON PROJECT COMMISSIONING SHEET
CAMERA TYPE
SERIAL
NUMBER
CAMERA
NAME
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LENS TYPE
IP ADDRESS
MAC ADDRESS
IMAGE
RATE
QUALITY BANDWIDTH
LEVEL
(MBPS)
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