RFP - Indian Navy
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
(Directorate of Information Technology, Integrated Headquarters
Ministry of Defence (Navy), ‘C’ Wing, First Floor, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi - 110001)
Invitation of Bids for Setting up of Seven Virtual Classrooms with OFC cabling and
Onsite support for three years at INS Shivaji, Lonavala and INS Hamla, Mumbai.
Proposal (RFP) No IT/0620/02 Dated 03 Aug 16
To
M/s
1.
Bids in sealed cover, two separate bids (technical bid and commercial bid) are invited
for supply of items as listed in Part II of this RFP. Please superscribe the above mentioned
Title, RFP number and date of opening of the bid on the sealed cover to avoid the bid being
declared invalid.
2.
The address and contact numbers for sending Bids or seeking clarifications regarding
this RFP are given below: (a)
Bids/queries to be addressed to. Principal Director of Information
Technology.
(b)
Postal address for sending the Bids. Directorate of Information Technology,
Room No 128, First Floor, ‘C’ Wing, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi – 110011
(c)
Name/designation of the contact personnel. Lt Aparna Nair, Assistant
Director (IT)
3.
(d)
Telephone numbers of the contact personnel. 011 – 23010511/1517
(e)
Fax number. 011 – 23010612
(f)
Email. aparna.nair@navy.gov.in
This RFP is divided into five parts as follows:(a)
Part I. Contains general information and instructions for the bidders about the
RFP such as time, place of submission and opening of tenders, validity period of
tenders etc.
(b)
Part II. Contains essential details of the items/services required, such as the
Schedule of Requirements (SOR), technical specifications, delivery period, mode of
delivery, consignee details etc.
(c)
Part III. Contains standard conditions of RFP, which will form part of the
contract with the successful bidder.
(d)
Part IV. Contains special conditions as applicable to this RFP and which will
also form part of the contract with the successful bidder.
(e)
Part V. Contains vendor evaluation criteria and format for Price bid.
4.
This RFP is being issued with no financial commitment and the buyer reserves the
right to change or vary any part thereof at any stage. Buyer also reserves the right to
withdraw the RFP, should it become necessary at any stage.
(xx—sd—xx)
(J Harsha Vardhan)
Commodore
Principal Director (IT)
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Part I – General information
1.
Last date and time for depositing the Bids. 23 Sep 16 at 1200hrs
Both Technical and Commercial bids will be submitted in separate sealed envelopes
marked ‘Technical Offer’ and ‘Commercial Offer’ respectively by the due date and time. The
responsibility to ensure this lies with the Bidder.
2.
Manner of depositing the Bids. Sealed Bids should be dropped in the tender box
marked as IHQ MoD (Navy)/DIT or sent by registered post at the address given above so
as to reach by the due date and time. Late tenders will not be considered. No responsibility
will be taken for postal delay or non-delivery / non-receipt of bid documents. Bids sent by
FAX or e-mail will not be considered (unless they have been specifically called for by these
modes due to urgency).
3.
Time and date for opening of Bids. 23 Sep 16 at 1500hrs
(If due to any exigency, the due date for opening of the bids is declared a closed holiday,
the bids will be opened on the next working day at the same time or on any other day/time,
as intimated by the buyer).
4.
Location of the Tender Box. Reception of Sena Bhawan, Gate No.1, Opp DRDO
Bhawan, New Delhi (Only those bids that are found in the tender box will be opened. Bids
dropped in the wrong Tender Box will be rendered invalid).
5.
Place of opening of the Bids. Directorate of Information Technology, ‘C’ Wing, First
Floor, Sena Bhawan, New Delhi – 110011 (The bidders may depute their representatives to
attend the opening of bids on the due date and time. Rates and important
commercial/technical clauses quoted by all bidders will be read out in the presence of the
representatives of all the bidders. This event will not be postponed due to non-presence of
your representative).
6.
Two-Bid system. In the extant case, bids are sought under Two-bid system
(separate technical and commercial bids), only the Technical Bid would be opened on the
time and date mentioned above. Date of opening of the Commercial bid will be intimated
after acceptance of the Technical Bids. Commercial Bids of only those firms will be opened,
whose Technical Bids are found compliant/suitable after technical evaluation is done by the
Buyer.
7.
Forwarding of Bids. Bids should be forwarded by Bidders under their original memo
/ letter pad inter alia furnishing details like TIN number, VAT/CST number, Bank address
with NEFT Account if applicable, etc. and complete postal & e-mail address of their office.
8.
Clarification regarding contents of the RFP. This is an amended RFP, with respect
to RFP No. IT/0620/02 dated 20 May 16, taking into account all clarifications which were
raised during the prebid meeting which was held at 1500 hrs on 31 May 16. A pre-bid
meeting with respect to amended RFP would be held at IHQ MoD (N)/DIT at 26 Aug 16 at
1500hrs. A prospective bidder who requires clarification regarding the contents of the
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bidding documents shall notify to the buyer in writing about the clarifications sought not later
than 23 Aug 16 by 1600hrs. The minutes of the pre-bid meeting would be uploaded as
addendum to the RFP on www.indiannavy.nic.in/tenders and www.tenders.gov.in websites.
9.
Modification and Withdrawal of Bids. A bidder may modify or withdraw his bid
after submission provided that the written notice of modification or withdrawal is received by
the buyer prior to deadline prescribed for submission of bids. A withdrawal notice may be
sent by fax but it should be followed by a signed confirmation copy to be sent by post and
such signed confirmation should reach the purchaser not later than the deadline for
submission of bids. No bid shall be modified after the deadline for submission of bids. No
bid may be withdrawn in the interval between the deadline for submission of bids and
expiration of the period of bid validity specified. Withdrawal of a bid during this period will
result in bidder’s forfeiture of bid security.
10.
Clarification regarding contents of the bids. During evaluation and comparison of
bids, the buyer may, at its discretion, ask the bidder for clarification of his bid. The request
for clarification will be given in writing and no change in prices or substance of the bid will
be sought, offered or permitted. No post-bid clarification on the initiative of the bidder will be
entertained.
11.
Rejection of Bids. Canvassing by the Bidder in any form, unsolicited letter and posttender correction may invoke summary rejection with forfeiture of EMD. Conditional tenders
will be rejected. Every bid should be complete in respect of equipment/software and services
required. Incomplete or partial filled bids will be rejected.
12.
Unwillingness to quote. Bidders unwilling to quote should ensure that intimation
to this effect reaches before the due date and time of opening of the Bid, failing which the
defaulting Bidder may be delisted for the given range of items as mentioned in this RFP.
13.
Validity of Bids.
The bids should remain valid for at least 120 days from the last
date of submission of the bids.
14.
Earnest Money Deposit. Bidders are required to submit Earnest Money Deposit
(EMD) for amount of Rs 9,92,250/- (Rupees Nine Lakhs Ninety Two Thousand Two Hundred
and Fifty Only) on PCDA(Navy), Mumbai along with their bids. The EMD may be submitted
in the form of an Account Payee Demand Draft, Fixed Deposit Receipt, Banker's Cheque or
Bank Guarantee from any of the public sector banks or a private sector bank authorized to
conduct government business as per Form DPM-16 (Available in MoD website and can be
provided on request). EMD is to remain valid for a period of forty five days beyond the final
bid validity period. EMD of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned to them at the earliest
after expiry of the final bid validity and latest on or before the 30th day after the award of the
contract. The Bid Security of the successful bidder would be returned, without any interest
whatsoever, after the receipt of Performance Security from them as called for in the contract.
EMD is not required to be submitted by those Bidders who are registered with the Central
Purchase Organization (e.g. DGS&D), National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) or
Indian Navy organisation or any Department of MoD or MoD itself. The EMD will be forfeited
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if the bidder withdraws or amends impairs or derogates from the tender in any respect within
the validity period of their tender.
15.
Certificates by Vendor. It is mandatory for the vendor to fill up the compliance matrix
at Appendix ‘A’, Fall Clause Certificate at Appendix ‘B’ to this RFP and submit the same
along with the bid.
16.
Cost of Bid. Tender fee is set at ₹ 500.00 (Rupees Five Hundred only) and can be
submitted in the form of Account Payee Demand Draft, Fixed Deposit Receipt or Banker's
Cheque made payable to PCDA (N), Mumbai. Bidders downloading the tender document
from the website must submit the cost of tender document along with the Technical Bid.
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Part II – Essential details of Items/Services required
1.
Schedule of Requirements. List of items / services required is as follows:
(a)
Location 1 – INS Shivaji, Lonavala for setting up of Five virtual class
rooms
S.No
Name of item(s)/ service(s)
Qty
(xi)
Video Conferencing System for Master
Classroom
(i) Video conferencing system with additional
PTZ camera
(ii) Recording and Streaming Server
Video Conferencing system for Virtual
Classroom
Interactive LCD Panel with Touch Screen PC
Visualiser / Document Camera
Digital Signal Processor
Wired Desk Microphone
Ceiling Microphone
Wireless Handheld Microphone
Wireless Collar Microphone
Multi Channel Amplifier With Speakers
(i) Multi channel amplifier
(ii) Speakers
Integrated Control System With Touch Panel
(xii)
(xiii)
(xiv)
(xv)
(xvi)
(xvii)
(xviii)
(xix)
(xx)
(xxi)
8:4 DVI / HDMI Matrix Switcher
HDMI / DVI Extender
HDMI Audio De-Embedder
RGB and Stereo Audio to HDMI Scaler
75’’ LED Display
10 KVA Online UPS with 120 Minutes Backup
42U Rack , mounts and enclosures
4000 lumens projector
MATT white 7’ dia diagonal motorized screen
55” LED display
06
12
06
06
12
06
06
02
02
12
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
(xxii)
(xxiii)
(xxiv)
32” LED display
Gateway management device
OFC connectivity (along with cable laying) and
cable management as per Appendix ‘D’
Onsite Support with one person, Warranty
Maintenance and Update
01
01
6.5
Nos
Nos
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
(vii)
(viii)
(ix)
(x)
(xxv)
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-
Denomination
-
01
Nos
01
05
Nos
Nos
06
06
12
12
30
06
12
06
24
06
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
3
KM
Years
(b)
Location 2 – INS Hamla, Mumbai for setting up of two virtual class rooms
S.No
Name of item(s)/ service(s)
Qty
Denomination
01
Nos
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
(vi)
Video Conferencing System for Master Classroom
(i) Video conferencing system with additional PTZ
camera
(ii) Recording and Streaming Server
Video Conferencing system for Virtual Classroom
Interactive LCD Panel with Touch Screen PC
Visualiser / Document Camera
Digital Signal Processor
Wired Desk Microphone
01
02
03
03
06
06
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
(vii)
(viii)
(ix)
Ceiling Microphone
Wireless Handheld Microphone
Wireless Collar Microphone
15
03
06
Nos
Nos
Nos
(x)
Multi Channel Amplifier With Speakers
(i) Multi channel amplifier
(ii) Speakers
Integrated Control System With Touch Panel
8:4 DVI / HDMI Matrix Switcher
HDMI / DVI Extender
HDMI Audio De-Embedder
RGB and Stereo Audio to HDMI Scaler
03
12
03
03
06
03
03
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
75’’ LED Display
10 KVA Online UPS with 120 Minutes Backup
42U Rack , mounts and enclosures
4000 lumens projector
MATT white 7’ dia diagonal motorized screen
55” LED display
32” LED display
Gateway management device
OFC connectivity (along with cable laying) and
cable management as per Appendix ‘D’
Onsite Support with one person, Warranty
Maintenance and Update
06
03
03
02
02
06
01
01
0.5
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
(i)
(xi)
(xii)
(xiii)
(xiv)
(xv)
(xvi)
(xvii)
(xviii)
(xix)
(xx)
(xxi)
(xxii)
(xxiii)
(xxiv)
(xxv)
7
3
KM
Years
Technical Details
2.
Technical specifications of schedule of requirements as mentioned at Para 1 are
placed at Appendix’ C’.
3.
Detailed scope of work for optical fibre laying along with bill materiel required for
establishment of connectivity to all seven virtual class rooms and technical specifications
are placed at Appendix ‘D’.
Delivery Period
4.
The delivery period for the entire scope of work is as follows: S.No
Activity
(a)
Delivery of hardware
(b)
Installation & Commissioning - Laying
of OFC, setting up of 07 Virtual
Classrooms and proving the setup
(c)
Services for onsite support with two
person,
warranty
for
items,
maintenance and updates.
Delivery period
90 days from placement of order
180 days from the placement of
supply order
For a period of three years from
the date of completion of
installation & commissioning and
proving the set up
5.
Delays, if any, anticipated must be intimated within 45 days of the effective date of
contract for extension of Delivery Period. Please note that supply order can be cancelled
unilaterally by the Buyer in case items are not received within the contracted delivery period.
Extension of contracted delivery period will be at the sole discretion of the buyer, with
applicability of LD clause.
Documentation & Deliverables
6.
The vendor would be responsible for providing the documents and deliverables at
INS Shivaji, Lonavala and INS Hamla, Mumbai as part of the contract.
Consignee Details
7.
The Commanding Officer
INS Shivaji
Lonavala–410402, Maharashtra, INDIA
for Location 1
The Commanding Officer
INS Hamla
Mumbai, Maharashtra, INDIA
for Location 2
8.
Technical Specifications of items mentioned in the RFP are to be considered as
minimum requirements. Higher configurations are also acceptable.
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9.
Approximate dimensions of Classrooms for setting up of Virtual Classrooms of
Location 1 and Location 2 are as follows:(a)
Location 1 – INS Shivaji, Lonavala
Class room
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
Class 5
VC control room
(b)
Length
(in meter)
22
24
20
26
20
6
Breadth
(in meter)
16
14
14
15
14
6
Height
(in meter)
16
15
11
14
14
14
Seating
Capacity
40
50
20
40
32
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Location 2 – INS Hamla, Mumbai
Class room
Class 1
Class 2
VC control room
Length
(in meter)
20
24
10
Breadth
(in meter)
16
18
10
Height
(in meter)
16
18
14
Seating
Capacity
30
35
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10.
Qualification requirements of Technical person. The onsite support engineer
required should have following qualifications: (a)
Support engineer should have at least Diploma or equivalent degree in
Information Technology / Computer science.
(b)
Support engineer should have OEM training certification on maintenance of
Virtual class room infrastructure.
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PART III – STANDARD CONDITIONS OF RFP
1.
The Bidder is required to give confirmation of their acceptance of the Standard
Conditions of the Request for Proposal mentioned below which will automatically be
considered as part of the Contract concluded with the successful Bidder (i.e. Seller in the
Contract) as selected by the Buyer. Failure to do so may result in rejection of the Bid
submitted by the Bidder.
Law
2.
The Contract shall be considered and made in accordance with the laws of the
Republic of India. The contract shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the
laws of the Republic of India.
Effective Date of the Contract
3.
The contract shall come into effect on the date of signatures of both the parties on
the contract (Effective Date) and shall remain valid until the completion of the obligations of
the parties under the contract. The deliveries and supplies and performance of the services
shall commence from the effective date of the contract.
Arbitration
4.
All disputes or differences arising out of or in connection with the Contract shall be
settled by bilateral discussions. Any dispute, disagreement or question arising out of or
relating to the Contract or relating to construction or performance, which cannot be settled
amicably, may be resolved through arbitration. The standard clause of arbitration is as per
Forms DPM-7, DPM-8 and DPM-9 (Available in MoD website and can be provided on
request).
Penalty for use of Undue influence
5.
The Seller undertakes that he has not given, offered or promised to give, directly or
indirectly, any gift, consideration, reward, commission, fees, brokerage or inducement to any
person in service of the Buyer or otherwise in procuring the Contracts or forbearing to do or
for having done or forborne to do any act in relation to the obtaining or execution of the
present Contract or any other Contract with the Government of India for showing or forbearing
to show favour or disfavour to any person in relation to the present Contract or any other
Contract with the Government of India. Any breach of the aforesaid undertaking by the Seller
or any one employed by him or acting on his behalf (whether with or without the knowledge
of the Seller) or the commission of any offers by the Seller or anyone employed by him or
acting on his behalf, as defined in Chapter IX of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 or the
Prevention of Corruption Act, 1986 or any other Act enacted for the prevention of corruption
shall entitle the Buyer to cancel the contract and all or any other contracts with the Seller and
recover from the Seller the amount of any loss arising from such cancellation. A decision of
the Buyer or his nominee to the effect that a breach of the undertaking had been committed
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shall be final and binding on the Seller. Giving or offering of any gift, bribe or inducement or
any attempt at any such act on behalf of the Seller towards any officer/employee of the Buyer
or to any other person in a position to influence any officer/employee of the Buyer for showing
any favour in relation to this or any other contract, shall render the Seller to such liability/
penalty as the Buyer may deem proper, including but not limited to termination of the contract,
imposition of penal damages, and refund of the amounts paid by the Buyer.
Non-disclosure of Contract Documents
6.
Except with the written consent of the Buyer/ Seller, other party shall not disclose the
contract or any provision, specification, plan, design, pattern, sample or information thereof
to any third party.
Liquidated Damages
7.
In the event of the Seller's failure to submit the Bonds, Guarantees and
Documents, supply the stores/goods and conduct trials, installation of equipment, training,
etc as specified in this contract, the Buyer may, at his discretion, withhold any payment until
the completion of the contract. The BUYER may also deduct from the SELLER as agreed,
liquidated damages to the sum of 0.5% of the contract price of the delayed/undelivered
stores/services mentioned above for every week of delay or part of a week, subject to the
maximum value of the Liquidated Damages being not higher than 10% of the value of delayed
services.
Termination of Contract
8.
The Buyer shall have the right to terminate this Contract in part or in full in any of the
following cases:(a)
The delivery of the services is delayed for causes not attributable to Force
Majeure for more than two months after the scheduled date of delivery.
(b)
The Seller is declared bankrupt or becomes insolvent.
(c)
The delivery of material is delayed due to causes of Force Majeure by more
than two months provided Force Majeure clause is included in contract.
(d)
The Buyer has noticed that the Seller has utilised the services of any
Indian/Foreign agent in getting this contract and paid any commission to such
individual/company etc.
(e)
As per decision of the Arbitration Tribunal.
Notices
9.
Any notice required or permitted by the contract shall be written in the English
language and may be delivered personally or may be sent by FAX or registered pre-paid mail
/ airmail, addressed to the last known address of the party to whom it is sent.
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Transfer and Sub-Letting
10. The Seller has no right to give, bargain, sell, assign or sublet or otherwise dispose of
the Contract or any part thereof, as well as to give or to let a third party take benefit or
advantage of the present Contract or any part thereof.
Amendments
11.
No provision of present Contract shall be changed or modified in any way (including
this provision) either in whole or in part except by an instrument in writing made after the date
of this Contract and signed on behalf of both the parties and which expressly states to amend
the present Contract.
Taxes and Duties
12.
(a)
General
(i)
If any concession is available in regard to rate/ quantum of any
Duty/tax, as mentioned by the Seller in their bids, relevant certificate will be
issued by the Buyer to enable the Seller to obtain exemptions from taxation
authorities.
(ii)
Any changes in levies, taxes and duties levied by Central/State/Local
governments such as excise duty, VAT, Service tax, Octroi/entry tax, etc on
final product upward as a result of any statutory variation taking place within
contract period shall be allowed reimbursement by the Buyer, to the extent of
actual quantum of such duty/tax paid by the Seller. Similarly, in case of
downward revision in any such duty/tax, the actual quantum of reduction of
such duty/tax shall be reimbursed to the Buyer by the Seller. All such
adjustments shall include all reliefs, exemptions, rebates, concession etc, if
any, obtained by the Seller. Section 64,A of Sales of Goods' Act will be relevant
in this situation.
(iii) Levies, taxes and duties levied by Central/State/Local governments such
as excise duty, VAT, Service tax, Octroi/entry tax, etc on final product will be
paid by the Buyer on actuals, based on relevant documentary evidence.
Taxes and duties on input items will not be paid by Buyer and they may not
be indicted separately in the bids. Bidders are required to include the same in
the pricing of their product.
(b)
Excise Duty:(i)
Where the excise duty is payable on advalorem basis, the Bidder
should submit along with the tender, the relevant form and the Manufacturer’s
price list showing the actual assessable value of the stores as approved by the
Excise authorities.
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(ii)
Bidders should note that in case any refund of excise duty is granted to
them by Excise authorities in respect of Stores supplied under the contract,
they will pass on the credit to the Buyer immediately along with a certificate
that the credit so passed on relates to the Excise Duty, originally paid for the
stores supplied under the contract. In case of their failure to do so, within 10
days of the issue of the excise duty refund orders to them by the Excise
Authorities the Buyer would be empowered to deduct a sum equivalent to the
amount refunded by the Excise Authorities without any further reference to
them from any of their outstanding bills against the contract or any other
pending Government Contract and that no disputes on this account would be
raised by them.
(iii)
The Seller is also required to furnish to the Paying Authority the
following certificates:(aa) Certificate with each bill to the effect that no refund has been
obtained in respect of the reimbursement of excise duty made to the
Seller during three months immediately preceding the date of the claim
covered by the relevant bill.
(ab) Certificate as to whether refunds have been obtained or applied
for by them or not in the preceding financial year after the annual Audit
of their accounts also indicating details of such refunds/applications, if
any.
(ac) A certificate along with the final payment bills of the Seller to the
effect whether or not they have any pending appeal/protest for refund
or partial refund of excise duties already reimbursed to the Seller by the
Government pending with the Excise authoritiesand if so, the nature,
the amount involved, and the position of such appeals.
(ad) An undertaking to the effect that in case it is detected by the
Government that any refund from Excise Authority was obtained by the
Seller after obtaining reimbursement from the Paying Authority, and if
the same is not immediately refunded by the Seller to the Paying
Authority giving details and particulars of the transactions, Paying
Authority will have full authority to recover such amounts from the
Seller’s outstanding bills against that particular contract or any other
pending Government contracts and that no dispute on this account
would be raised by the Seller.
(ae) Unless otherwise specifically agreed to in terms of the contract,
the Buyer shall not be liable for any claim on account of fresh imposition
and/or increase of Excise Duty on raw materials and/or components
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used directly in the manufacture of the contracted stores taking place
during the pendency of the contract.
(c)
Sales Tax / VAT:(i)
If it is desired by the Bidder to ask for Sales tax / VAT to be paid as
extra, the same must be specifically stated. In the absence of any such
stipulation in the Bid, it will be presumed that the prices quoted by the Bidder
are inclusive of sales tax and no liability of sales tax will be developed upon
the Buyer.
(ii)
On the Bids quoting sales tax extra, the rate and the nature of Sales
Tax applicable at the time of supply should be shown separately. Sales tax will
be paid to the Seller at the rate at which it is liable to be assessed or has
actually been assessed provided the transaction of sale is legally liable to
sales tax and the same is payable as per the terms of the contract.
(d)
Octroi Duty & Local Taxes:(i)
Normally, materials to be supplied to Government Departments against
Government Contracts are exempted from levy of town duty, Octroi Duty,
Terminal Tax and other levies of local bodies. The local Town/Municipal Body
regulations at times, however, provide for such Exemption only on production
of such exemption certificate from any authorised officer. Seller should ensure
that stores ordered against contracts placed by this office are exempted from
levy of Town Duty/Octroi Duty, Terminal Tax or other local taxes and duties.
Wherever required, they should obtain the exemption certificate from the
Buyer, to avoid payment of such local taxes or duties.
(ii)
In case where the Municipality or other local body insists upon payment
of these duties or taxes the same should be paid by the Seller to avoid delay
in supplies and possible demurrage charges. The receipt obtained for such
payment should be forwarded to the Buyer without delay together with a copy
of the relevant act or bylaws/notifications of the Municipality of the local body
concerned to enable him to take up the question of refund with the concerned
bodies if admissible under the said acts or rules.
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PART IV – SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF RFP
1.
The Bidder is required to give confirmation of their acceptance of Special Conditions
of the RFP mentioned below which will automatically be considered as part of the Contract
concluded with the successful Bidder (i.e. Seller in the Contract) as selected by the Buyer.
Failure to do so may result in rejection of Bid submitted by the Bidder.
Performance Guarantee
2.
The Bidder may be required to furnish a Performance Guarantee by way of Bank
Guarantee through a public sector bank or a private sector bank authorized to conduct
Government business (ICICI Bank Ltd., Axis Bank Ltd or HDFC Bank Ltd.) for a sum equal
to 10% (ten percent) of the contract value within 30 days of receipt of the confirmed
order. Performance Bank Guarantee should be valid up to 60 days beyond the date of
warranty. The specimen of PBG is given in Form DPM-15 (Available in MoD website and
can be provided on request).
Liquidated Damages
3.
In the event of the Seller’s failure to deliver the goods by the date specified in the
contract the Buyer may deduct from the Seller as liquidated damages the sum of 0.5 % of
the contract price of the undelivered goods for delay of each week or part of week and the
Seller shall submit the documents after deduction of the liquidated damages subject to a
maximum of 10% of the contract price of the undelivered goods. But if the delay is on
account of any cause, which the Seller promptly notifies to the Buyer and the Buyer admits
as a reasonable ground for extending the time for delivery, no liquidated damages will be
leviable during the additional time thus agreed to by the Buyer.
Option Clause
4.
The contract will have an Option Clause, wherein the Buyer can exercise an option
to procure an additional 50% of the original contracted quantity in accordance with the same
terms & conditions of the present contract. This will be applicable within the currency of
contract. The Bidder is to confirm the acceptance of the same for inclusion in the contract.
It will be entirely the discretion of the Buyer to exercise this option or not.
Repeat Order Clause
5.
The contract will have a Repeat Order Clause, wherein the Buyer can order up to
50% quantity of the items under the present contract within six months from the date of
supply/successful completion of this contract, the cost, terms & conditions remaining the
same. The Bidder is to confirm acceptance of this clause. It will be entirely the discretion of
the Buyer to place the Repeat order or not.
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Tolerance Clause
6.
To take care of any change in the requirement during the period starting from issue
of RFP till placement of the contract, Buyer reserves the right to 10% plus/minus increase
or decrease the quantity of the required goods up to that limit without any change in the
terms & conditions and prices quoted by the Seller. While awarding the contract, the quantity
ordered can be increased or decreased by the Buyer within this tolerance limit.
Payment Terms for Indigenous Sellers
7. It will be mandatory for the Bidders to indicate their bank account numbers and other
relevant payment details so that payments could be made through ECS/EFT mechanism
instead of payment through cheques, wherever feasible. A copy of the model mandate form
prescribed by RBI to be submitted by Bidders for receiving payments through ECS is at
Form DPM-11 (Available in MoD website and can be given on request). The payment will
be made as follows:S.No
Activity Definition
(a)
On Delivery of hardware
(b)
Installation & Commissioning - Laying of
OFC and setting up of 05 Virtual
Classrooms and proving the entire setup
(c)
Services for onsite support warranty
maintenance and updates.
Stage Payment
75% of overall cost
15% of overall cost
10% of overall cost. Payment
will be made in six stages (equal
instalments) on half yearly basis.
First payment will be made after
6 months from the date of
completion of Virtual classroom
setup.
Advance Payments
8.
No advance payment(s) will be made.
Paying Authority
9.
The paying authority will be as follows:The Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Navy)
Office of the PCDA (Navy)
Imprest Section
No.1, Co-operage Road
Mumbai – 400 039
The payment of bills will be made on submission of the following documents by the Seller to
the Paying Authority along with the bill:16
(a)
Ink-signed copy of contingent bill / Seller’s bill.
(b)
Ink-signed copy of Commercial invoice / Seller’s bill.
(c) Copy of Supply Order/Contract with U.O. number and date of IFA’s
concurrence, where required under delegation of powers.
(d)
CRVs in duplicate.
(e)
Inspection note.
(f) Claim for statutory and other levies to be supported with requisite documents
/proof of payment such as Excise duty challan, Customs duty clearance certificate,
Octroi receipt, proof of payment for EPF/ESIC contribution with nominal roll of
beneficiaries, etc as applicable.
(g)
Exemption certificate for Excise duty / Customs duty, if applicable.
(h)
Bank guarantee for advance, if any.
(j)
Performance Bank guarantee / Indemnity bond where applicable.
(k) DP extension letter with CFA’s sanction, U.O. number and date of IFA’s
concurrence, where required under delegation of powers, indicating whether
extension is with or without LD.
(l)
Details for electronic payment viz Account holder’s name, Bank name, Branch
name and address, Account type, Account number, IFSC code, MICR code (if these
details are not incorporated in supply order/contract).
(m) Any other document / certificate that may be provided for in the Supply Order
/ Contract.
(n)
User Acceptance.
(Note: From the above list, the documents that may be required depending upon the
peculiarities of the procurement being undertaken, may be included in RFP).
Fall Clause
10. The following fall clause will form part of the contract which will be placed on successful
Bidder:(a) The price charged for the stores supplied under the contract by the Seller shall
in no event exceed the lowest prices at which the Seller sells the stores or offer to
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sell stores of identical description to any persons/Organisation including the
purchaser or any department of the Central government or any Department of state
government or any statutory undertaking the central or state government as the
case may be during the period till performance of all supply Orders placed during
the currency of the rate contract is completed.
(b) If at any time, during the said period the Seller reduces the sale price, sells or
offer to sell such stores to any person/organisation including the Buyer or any Dept.
of central Govt. or any Department of the State Government or any Statutory
undertaking of the Central or state Government as the case may be at a price lower
than the price chargeable under the contract, the shall forthwith notify such reduction
or sale or offer of sale to the Director general of Supplies & Disposals and the price
payable under the contract for the stores of such reduction of sale or offer of the
sale shall stand correspondingly reduced. The above stipulation will, however, not
apply to:(i) Exports by the Seller.
(ii) Sale of goods as original equipment at price lower than lower than the prices
charged for normal replacement.
(iii)Sale of goods such as drugs which have expiry dates.
(iv)Sale of goods at lower price on or after the date of completion of
sale/placement of the order of goods by the authority concerned under the
existing or previous Rate Contracts as also under any previous contracts entered
into with the Central or State Govt. Depts, including their undertakings excluding
joint sector companies and/or private parties and bodies.
(c) The Seller shall furnish the following certificate to the Paying Authority along
with each bill for payment for supplies made against the Rate contract – “We certify
that there has been no reduction in sale price of the stores of description identical
to the stores supplied to the Government under the contract herein and such stores
have not been offered/sold by me/us to any person/organisation including the
purchaser or any department of Central Government or any Department of a state
Government or any Statutory Undertaking of the Central or state Government as the
case may be upto the date of bill/the date of completion of supplies against all supply
orders placed during the currency of the Rate Contract at price lower than the price
charged to the government under the contract except for quantity of stores
categories under sub-clauses (a),(b) and (c) of sub-para (ii) above details of which
are given below:Risk & Expense Clause
11.
The risk and expense clauses shall be as follows:-
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(a)
Should the stores or any instalment thereof not be delivered within the time or
times specified in the contract documents, or if defective delivery is made in respect
of the stores or any instalment thereof, the Buyer shall after granting the Seller 45
days to cure the breach, be at liberty, without prejudice to the right to recover
liquidated damages as a remedy for breach of contract, to declare the contract as
cancelled either wholly or to the extent of such default.
(b)
Should the stores or any instalment thereof not perform in accordance with the
specifications / parameters provided by the SELLER during the check proof tests to
be done in the BUYER’s country, the BUYER shall be at liberty, without prejudice to
any other remedies for breach of contract, to cancel the contract wholly or to the
extent of such default.
(c)
In case of a material breach that was not remedied within 45 (fourty five)
days, the BUYER shall, having given the right of first refusal to the SELLER be at
liberty to purchase, manufacture, or procure from any other source as he thinks fit,
other stores of the same or similar description to make good:(i)
Such default.
(ii)
In the event of the contract being wholly determined the balance of the
stores remaining to be delivered there-under.
(d)
Any excess of the purchase price, cost of manufacturer, or value of any stores
procured from any other supplier as the case may be, over the contract price
appropriate to such default or balance shall be recoverable from the SELLER. Such
recoveries shall not exceed 10% of the value of the contract value.
Force Majeure Clause
12.
The force majeure clauses shall be as follows:(a)
Neither party shall bear responsibility for the complete or partial nonperformance of any of its obligations (except for failure to pay any sum which has
become due on account of receipt of goods under the provisions of the present
contract), if the non-performance results from such Force Majeure circumstances as
Flood, Fire, Earth Quake and other acts of God as well as War, Military operation,
blockade, Acts or Actions of State Authorities or any other circumstances beyond the
parties control that have arisen after the conclusion of the present contract.
(b)
In such circumstances the time stipulated for the performance of an obligation
under the present contract is extended correspondingly for the period of time of action
of these circumstances and their consequences.
(c)
The party for which it becomes impossible to meet obligations under this
contract due to Force Majeure conditions, is to notify in written form the other party of
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the beginning and cessation of the above circumstances immediately, but in any case
not later than 10 (ten) days from the moment of their beginning.
(d)
Certificate of a Chamber of Commerce (Commerce and Industry) or other
competent authority or organization of the respective country shall be a sufficient
proof of commencement and cessation of the above circumstances.
(e)
If the impossibility of complete or partial performance of an obligation lasts for
more than 6 (six) months, either party hereto reserves the right to terminate the
contract totally or partially upon giving prior written notice of 30 (thirty) days to the
other party of the intention to terminate without any liability other than reimbursement
on the terms provided in the agreement for the goods received.
Buy-Back Offer
13. Buyer is interested to trade the existing old goods while purchasing the new ones.
Bidders may formulate and submit their tenders accordingly. Interested Bidders can inspect
the old goods to be traded through this transaction. Buyer reserves its right to trade or not
to trade the old goods while purchasing the new ones and the Bidders are to frame their
Bids accordingly covering both the options.
Specification
14.
The following Specification clause will form part of the contract placed on successful
Bidder:(a)
The Seller guarantees to meet the specifications as per Part-II of RFP and to
incorporate the modifications to the existing design configuration to meet the specific
requirement of the Buyer Services as per modifications/requirements recommended
after the Maintenance Evaluation Trials. All technical literature and drawings shall be
amended as the modifications by the Seller before supply to the Buyer. The Seller, in
consultation with the Buyer, may carry out technical up gradation/alterations in the
design, drawings and specifications due to change in manufacturing procedures,
indigenisation or obsolescence. This will, however, not in any way, adversely affect
the end specifications of the equipment. Changes in technical details, drawings repair
and maintenance techniques along-with necessary tools as a result of up
gradation/alterations will be provided to the Buyer free of cost within 07 days of
affecting such up gradation/alterations.
Earliest Acceptable Year of Manufacture
15.
Quality / Life certificate will need to be enclosed with the Bill.
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Transportation
16.
The stores should be delivered to CAT Complex, INS Shivaji, Lonavala. Seller will
bear the costs and freight necessary to bring the goods to the port of destination.
Quality
17.
The quality of the stores delivered according to the present Contract shall correspond
to the technical conditions and standards valid for the deliveries of the same stores for in
Seller’s country or specifications enumerated as per RFP and shall also include therein
modification to the stores suggested by the Buyer. Such modifications will be mutually
agreed to. The Seller confirms that the stores to be supplied under this Contract shall be
new i.e. not manufactured before (Year of Contract), and shall incorporate all the latest
improvements and modifications there to and spares of improved and modified equipment
are backward integrated and interchangeable with same equipment supplied by the Seller
in the past if any. The Seller shall supply an inter-changeability certificate along with the
changed part numbers wherein it should be mentioned that item would provide as much life
as the original item.
Quality Assurance
18.
Seller would provide the Standard Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) within the
delivery period of the date of contract. Buyer reserves the right to modify the ATP. Seller
would be required to provide all test facilities at his premises for acceptance and inspection
by Buyer. The details in this regard will be coordinated during the negotiation of the contract.
The item should be of the latest manufacture, conforming to the current production standard
and having 100% defined life at the time of delivery.
Inspection Authority
19.
The Inspection will be carried out by Commanding Officer, INS Shivaji, Lonavala
and Commanding Officer, INS Hamla, Mumbai. The mode of Inspection will be
Departmental Inspection.
Warranty
20.
The following Warranty clause will form part of the contract placed on the successful
Bidder:(a)
The Seller warrants that the goods supplied under the contract conform to
technical specifications prescribed and shall perform according to the said technical
specifications.
(b)
The Seller warrants for a period of thirty six months (36) from the date of
acceptance of stores by Joint Receipt Inspection or date of installation and
commissioning, whichever is later, that the goods/stores supplied under the contract
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and each component used in the manufacture thereof shall be free from all types of
defects/failures.
(c)
If within the period of warranty, the goods are reported by the Buyer to have
failed to perform as per the specifications, the Seller shall either replace or rectify the
same free of charge, within a maximum period of 45 days of notification of such defect
received by the Seller, provided that the goods are used and maintained by the Buyer
as per instructions contained in the Operating Manual. Warranty of the equipment
would be extended by such duration of downtime. Record of the down time would be
maintained by the user in the logbook. Spares required for warranty repairs shall be
provided free of cost by the Seller. The Seller also undertakes to diagnose, test,
adjust, calibrate and repair/replace the goods/equipment arising due to accidents by
neglect or misuse by the operator or damage due to transportation of the goods
during the warranty period, at the cost mutually agreed to between the Buyer and the
Seller.
(d)
The Seller also warrants that necessary service and repair back up during the
warranty period of the equipment shall be provided by the Seller and he will ensure
that the downtime is within 1% (one precent) of the warranty period.
(e)
The Seller shall associate technical personnel of the Maintenance agency and
Quality Assurance Agency of the Buyer during warranty repair and shall also provide
the details of complete defects, reasons and remedial actions for defects.
(f)
If a particular equipment/goods fails frequently and/or, the cumulative down
time exceeds 3% (three percent) of the warranty period, the complete equipment
shall be replaced free of cost by the Seller within a stipulated period of 30 (thirty)
days of receipt of the notification from the Buyer. Warranty of the replaced equipment
would start from the date of acceptance after Joint Receipt Inspection by the
Buyer/date of installation and commissioning.
(f)
In case the complete delivery of Engineering Support Package is delayed
beyond the period stipulated in this contract, the Seller undertakes that the warranty
period for the goods/stores shall be extended to that extent.
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PART V – EVALUATION CRITERIA & PRICE BID ISSUES
1.
Evaluation Criteria.
follows: -
The broad guidelines for evaluation of bid will be as
(a)
The bid will be evaluated if found to be fulfilling all the eligibility and qualifying
requirements of the RFP, both technically and commercially.
(b)
In respect of single-Bid system, the techno-commercial Bid forwarded by the
Bidder will be evaluated by the Buyer with reference to the technical characteristics
of the equipment as mentioned in the RFP. In respect of two bid system, the
compliance of Technical Bid would be determined on the basis of the parameters
specified in the RFP.
(c)
The Price Bid is to be quoted by the Bidder as per the Price bid Format given
at Appendix E. The consideration of taxes and duties in evaluation process will be as
follows:
(i)
All taxes and duties (including those for which exemption certificates
are issued) quoted by the Bidder will be considered.
(ii)
In cases where both foreign and indigenous Bidders are competing,
following criteria would be followed: –
(aa) In case of foreign Bidders, the basic cost (CIF) quoted by them
would be the basis for the purpose of comparison of various tenders.
(ab) In case of indigenous Bidders, excise duty on fully formed
equipment would be offloaded.
(ac) Sales tax and other local levies, i.e. octroi, entry tax etc would
be ignored in case of indigenous Bidders.
(d)
If there is a discrepancy between the unit price and the total price that is
obtained by multiplying the unit price and quantity, the unit price will prevail and the
total price will be corrected. If there is a discrepancy between words and figures, the
amount in words will prevail for calculation of price.
(e)
The Lowest Acceptable Bid will be considered further for placement of contract
/ Supply Order after complete clarification and price negotiations as decided by the
Buyer. The Buyer will have the right to award contracts to different Bidders for being
lowest in particular items. The Buyer also reserves the right to do Apportionment of
Quantity, if it is convinced that Lowest Bidder is not in a position to supply full quantity
in stipulated time.
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(f)
The project is to be executed on turnkey basis. Vendors are to quote for all
items and services for the complete work. Failing which the bid would be liable for
rejection.
2.
Vendor Qualification Criteria. The vendor qualification would be based on following
criteria:(a)
(b)
The bidder or the group company should be a company registered in
India/empanelled with Naval Establishment/Unit to carry out jobs related to
supply of IT hardware, software, services, AMC, System integration with
relevant and valid ISO certification.
Average annual turnover of at least Rs 1.0 Cr during last three years.
(c)
Should be a certified partner of the OEM - Proof of certificate from OEM to
be enclosed.
(d)
Similar project experience - At least one similar project regarding Supply of
Hardware and complete Networking of the components including laying of
OFC Cables worth more than Rs 1.0 Cr in a single order or implementation
of Virtual Classroom & state-of-the art video conferencing facility at least
above Rs 1.0 Cr and provisioning of onsite support for the same.
2.1
The bidder should enclose copy of the work order indicating details of projects
undertaken in the format given below:Ser Name of the
assignment,
name of the
client
&
location
Date of Award Contract Brief
Documents
and date of value
Description attached
&
completion
of Scope
support of work
(Attach
done
completion
certificate)
The Price Bid is given at Appendix ‘E’.
3.
Price Bid.
4.
The technical bid should consist of the documents in the sequence given below:(a)
Index page indicating the technical bid contents with appropriate page
numbers.
(b)
The Compliance Matrix for Vendor Evaluation Criteria along with the required
supporting documents in the same sequence.
(c)
The Compliance Matrix for Technical Evaluation of items/services as given in
Part II of RFP along with the required supporting documents in the same sequence.
(d)
Assumptions, Exclusions, Concessions, Deviations.
(e)
Any additional document on Company Profile etc.
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Appendix ‘A’
COMPLIANCE MATRIX BY THE VENDOR
(It is mandatory to submit this compliance matrix, failing which the Buyer reserves
the right to reject the bids submitted)
Ser
Clause
1.
Para 7 part I of RFP.
Documentary
proof
of
VAT/CST Registration, TIN No
or any other registration by any
government
organisation
mandatory for executing the
contract should be enclosed.
Para 14 part I of RFP – EMD
In case vendor is registered
with DGS&D, NSIC or any other
govt
organisation,
please
enclose self-attested copy of
valid registration certification
Para 2 Part II of RFP
Confirmation to all technical
specifications
and
requirements as per Part II of
RFP.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Compliance
Yes/No
(Please indicate related
Page No. for Reference)
Self-attested
documentary
attached
proof
Self-attested
documentary
attached
proof
Please
specify
variations if any clearly
in the technical bid in
case of two bid system
and in commercial bid in
case of single bid.
Acceptance
of
Standard Standard Conditions of
Conditions of Contract as per Contract as per DPM –
DPM – 09
09 have been read and
understood
in
all
aspects and acceptable,
and there is no objection
to including the same in
the
Contract
Agreement.
Para 2, Part IV of RFP
Acceptance of PBG
Clause
Para 7-8, Part IV of RFP
Acceptance of Payment
terms
Para 10 , Part IV of RFP
Acceptance
of
Fall
Clause and certificate
has been signed and
submitted
as
per
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Ser
Clause
Compliance
enclosed
format
Appendix ‘B’
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Yes/No
(Please indicate related
Page No. for Reference)
at
The bidder or the group
company should be a company
registered in India/empanelled
with Naval Establishment/Unit
to carry out jobs related to
supply
of
IT
hardware,
software,
services,
AMC,
System
integration
with
relevant
and
valid
ISO
certification.
Average annual turnover of at
least Rs 1.0 Cr during last
three years.
Similar project experience - At
least one similar project
regarding Supply of Hardware
and complete Networking of the
components including laying of
OFC Cables worth more than
Rs 1.0 Cr in a single order or
implementation
of
Virtual
Classroom & state-of-the art
video conferencing facility at
least above Rs 1.0 Cr and
provisioning of onsite support
for the same.
Should be a certified partner of
the OEM - Proof of certificate
from OEM to be enclosed.
Tender Fee Enclosed
(Rs
500/-)
Office Stamp
Signature of Bidder
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Appendix ‘B’
CERTIFICATE OF FALL CLAUSE
(It is mandatory to submit this Certificate, failing which
the bids will be rejected)
“We certify that there has been no reduction in sale price of the stores of description
identical to the stores supplied to the Government under the contract herein and such stores
have not been offered/sold by me/us to any person/organisation including the purchaser or
any department of Central Government or any Department of a state Government or any
Statutory Undertaking of the Central or state Government as the case may be up to the date
of bill/the date of completion of supplies against all supply orders placed during the currency
of the Rate Contract at price lower than the price charged to the government under the
contract.”
Office Stamp
Signature of Bidder
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Appendix ‘C’
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF ITEMS
(a)
Video Conferencing System with additional PTZ camera
The system should be an IP based endpoint with Codec, HD 1080p camera with
12x optical zoom, Two Microphones, necessary cables and power supply. The
Video endpoint codec, camera, microphones should be from the same OEM with a
single OEM part code
VIDEO STANDARDS
H.263, H.264
H.264 in an encrypted call should be possible.
H.264 should be possible when sending or receiving two live video sources e.g.
Presenter and Presentation.
VIDEO FRAME RATE
Should support 30 fps and 60 fps with 1080p resolution from day one
VIDEO FEATURES
Ability to send and receive two live simultaneous video sources in a single call, so
that the image from the main camera and PC or document camera can be seen
simultaneously.
Should support H.239 and BFCP protocols with HD1080p with 30fps or better
resolution.
VIDEO OUTPUT
The system should support 2 x HD Video outputs to connect 2 displays.
VIDEO INPUT: 3 HD VIDEO INPUTS
Should have at least one 12 x Zoom or higher 1080p@30fps integrated HD camera
with full functionalities as mentioned in the camera specifications
Should have HDMI/DVI (Digital Video Interface) input to connect PC/ Laptop
Directly to the Video conferencing system with resolutions 1080p HD or above
The endpoints should have an additional HD Video input port to connect an auxiliary
HD 1080p camera if required apart from HD main camera
AUDIO STANDARDS
G.711, G.722.1,G722, 64 Kbps MPEG $ AAC -LD or Equivalent standard must be
supported
OTHER DESIRABLE FEATURES
Noise reduction, Automatic Gain Control, Acoustic Echo Canceller, Active Lip
Synchronisation
AUDIO INPUTS
Should be supplied with 2 microphones
The pickup of the microphones should be at least 10 feet from the microphone
Echo Cancellation for every input must be available
NETWORK INTERFACES
1 LAN/ Ethernet -10/100/1000 Mbps full duplex
Should have support for IPV4 and IPV 6
BAND WIDTH
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IP at least 6 Mbps
NETWORK CAPABILITIES
Packet Loss based Down speeding
H.323/IP FEATURES
Differentiated Service(QoS)
Auto Gatekeeper Discovery
Auto Network Address Translation(NAT ) Support
Standard Based Packet loss Recovery Feature on H323 call
Should support URL or IP Dialing
Support for H .245 DTMF tones in H 323
SIP FEATURES
The endpoints must support SIP in addition to H323 protocol. Calls can be made
on SIP or H323 without having to restart or configure the endpoint.
Must support data sharing capability in SIP calls using BFCP protocol for dual
stream transmit and receive
SECURITY : MENU CONTROL
Password protect system menu
ENCRYPTION VIDEO CALL
ITU-T standards based Encryption of the Video Call
Call should be encrypted end to end on IP
Should support Standards based: H 235 v2%& V3 and AES Encryption via
Automatic Key Generation and exchange. The same should be available in a call
with video with presentation (Dual Video)
Ability to manually turn encryption On/Off should be there.
Automatic Key generation and Exchange
The proposed System should be 1080 p 60 fps ready.
CAMERA
Minimum 12X optical zoom
1920 x 1080 pixels progressive @30 fps
The camera and codec should be from the same manufacturer.
Should have at least 65 degrees field of view(Horizontal)
USER INTERFACE
THE unit should be supplied with remote control.
DIRECTORY SERVICES
SHOULD support Local and Global directories
Should support LDAP and H.350 protocols for directory transfer
INBUILT MULTISITE CAPABILITY
The End point should have inbuilt/external 6+1 capability day one with resolution
HD720p and inbuilt/external 3+1 capability day one with resolution HD1080p for
INS Shivaji and INS Hamla respectively
RECORDING AND STREAMING SERVER/SERVICE (INTEGRATED OR
COMPATIBLE ATTACHMENT BY OEM)
Record single point or multi point conferences
Capture presentation with H 239
Connection of multiple servers for higher availability and redundancy
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Trans coding or re-encoding of video content
Should support recording from both h 323 and sip end points
Integrates with MCU for simple recording of multipoint video conferencing
Audio and Video Should have support to record 1080 p resolution
Support
Should support wide band audio algorithms like AAC -LD , G.
722.1.Co-equivalent.
Recording
Easily capture meetings or events including content such as
presentation material, using video conferencing endpoints
Records video at varying bit rates - 128 Kbps to 4 Mbps
Flexible recording environment either initiated from an H. 323
MCU or video end point
Support minimum 5 concurrent video conferencing recording
sessions and must be upgradable in future to support 10
concurrent recordings, without any hardware change or
addition.
Should support recording of both video and content without
loosing the recording ports
500 GB of HDD of storage for high definition (1080p) of Video,
Audio and content
High Availability
Should support High availability through server connecting
multiple servers such that in case of failure of any server the
above functionality remains unaffected, Stack multiple servers
thus increasing the capacity of simultaneous recording
sessions
Flexible access to video content live or on demand
View content from video endpoint or servers
Any User Playing , Pausing Stopping The Streaming Should
Not Affect The Play Back/ Streaming of the video for the other
users who are playing the same video.
Web interface
View content in recorded format, even HD
Uni-cast up to 50 Concurrent Streams.
Unlimited Multicasts through standard media players.
Webcast live or on demand with Windows media player or real
player
Interoperates with the additional server for expanded streaming
scalability.
Streaming
Must support the following streaming clients: Media player
Clients
/Quick time/ Adobe Flash
Dual stream or Still image content presented alongside main
video.
Content
Should support different layouts for playing back the recorded
management
content
Should support content formats for multiple devices such as
PC, MAC Mobile phones and ipod
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External Servers
Support for external streaming servers(Microsoft Windows
Media Server)
Management
User Management and authentication.
Protect content with access controls
Should integrate with central VC management & scheduling
application.
User viewing and recording rights authorisation.
Security
Embedded web server enables full control full control,
Configuration and monitoring of system and recordings.
Should have provision to restrict playback of recordings to
specific users.
User Management
Network Interface 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Interface
(b)
Video Conferencing System for Virtual Classroom
The system should be an IP based endpoint with Codec, HD 1080p camera with
12x zoom, Two Microphones, necessary cables and power supply. The Video
endpoint codec, camera, microphones should be from the same OEM with a single
OEM part code
VIDEO STANDARDS
H.263, H.264
H.264 in an encrypted call should be possible.
H.264 should be possible when sending or receiving two live video sources e.g.
Presenter and Presentation.
VIDEO FRAME RATE
Should support 30 fps and 60 fps with 1080p resolution from day one
VIDEO FEATURES
Ability to send and receive two live simultaneous video sources in a single call, so
that the image from the main camera and PC or document camera can be seen
simultaneously.
Should support H.239 and BFCP protocols with HD1080p with 30fps or better
resolution.
VIDEO OUTPUT
The system should support 2 x HD Video outputs to connect 2 displays.
VIDEO INPUT: 3 HD VIDEO INPUTS
Should have at least one 12 x Zoom or higher 1080p@30fps integrated HD camera
with full functionalities as mentioned in the camera specifications
Should have HDMI/DVI (Digital Video Interface) input to connect PC/ Laptop
Directly to the Video conferencing system with resolutions 1080p HD or above
The endpoints should have an additional HD Video input port to connect an auxiliary
HD 1080p camera if required apart from HD main camera
AUDIO STANDARDS
G.711, G.722.1,G722, 64 Kbps MPEG $ AAC -LD or Equivalent standard must be
supported
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OTHER DESIRABLE FEATURES
Noise reduction, Automatic Gain Control, Acoustic Echo Canceller, Active Lip
Synchronisation
AUDIO INPUTS
Should be supplied with 2 microphones
The pickup of the microphones should be at least 10 feet from the microphone
Echo Cancellation for every input must be available
NETWORK INTERFACES
1 LAN/ Ethernet -10/100/1000 Mbps full duplex
Should have support for IPV4 and IPV 6
BAND WIDTH
IP at least 6 Mbps
NETWORK CAPABILITIES
Packet Loss based Down speeding
H.323/IP FEATURES
Differentiated Service(QoS)
Auto Gatekeeper Discovery
Auto Network Address Translation(NAT ) Support
Standard Based Packet loss Recovery Feature on H323 call
Should support URL or IP Dialing
Support for H .245 DTMF tones in H 323
SIP FEATURES
The endpoints must support SIP in addition to H323 protocol. Calls can be made
on SIP or H323 without having to restart or configure the endpoint.
Must support data sharing capability in SIP calls using BFCP protocol for dual
stream transmit and receive
SECURITY : MENU CONTROL
Password protect system menu
ENCRYPTION VIDEO CALL
ITU-T standards based Encryption of the Video Call
Call should be encrypted end to end on IP
Should support Standards based: H 235 v2%& V3 and AES Encryption via
Automatic Key Generation and exchange. The same should be available in a call
with video with presentation (Dual Video)
Ability to manually turn encryption On/Off should be there.
Automatic Key generation and Exchange
The proposed System should be 1080 p 60 fps ready.
CAMERA
Minimum 12X optical zoom
1920 x 1080 pixels progressive @30 fps
The camera and codec should be from the same manufacturer.
Should have at least 65 degrees field of view(Horizontal)
USER INTERFACE
The unit should be supplied with remote control.
DIRECTORY SERVICES
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Should support Local and Global directories
Should support LDAP and H.350 protocols for directory transfer
INBUILT MULTISITE CAPABILITY
The End point should have inbuilt/external 6+1 capability day one with resolution
HD720p and inbuilt/external 3+1 capability day one with resolution HD1080p for
INS Shivaji and INS Hamla respectively
RECORDING AND STREAMING SERVER/SERVICE (INTEGRATED OR
COMPATIBLE ATTACHMENT BY OEM)
Record single point or multi point conferences
Capture presentation with H 239
Connection of multiple servers for higher availability and redundancy
Trans coding or re encoding of video content
Should support recording from both h 323 and sip end points
Integrates with MCU for simple recording of multipoint video conferencing
Audio and Video Should have support to record 1080 p resolution
Support
Should support wide band audio algorithms like AAC -LD , G.
722.1.C or equivalent
Recording
Easily capture meetings or events including content such as
presentation material, using video conferencing endpoints
Records video at varying bit rates - 128 Kbps to 4 Mbps
Flexible recording environment either initiated from an H. 323
MCU or video end point
Support minimum 5 concurrent video conferencing recording
sessions and must be upgradable in future to support 10
concurrent recordings, without any hardware change or
addition.
Should support recording of both video and content with
outloosing the recording ports
500 GB of HDD of storage for high definition (720p) of Video,
Audio and content
High Availability
Should support High availability through server connecting
multiple servers such that in case of failure of any server the
above functionality remains unaffected, Stack multiple servers
thus increasing the capacity of simultaneous recording
sessions
Flexible access to video content live or on demand
View content from video endpoint or servers
Any User Playing, Pausing Stopping The Streaming Should Not
Affect The Play Back/ Streaming of the video for the other users
who are playing the same video.
Web interface
View content in recorded format, even HD
Uni-cast up to 50 Concurrent Streams.
Unlimited Multicasts through standard media players.
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Webcast live or on demand with Windows media player or real
player
Interoperates with the additional server for expanded streaming
scalability.
Streaming
Must support the following streaming clients: Media player
Clients
/Quick time/ Adobe Flash
Dual stream or Still image content presented alongside main
video.
Content
RSS feed subscription to provide alternate access to content
management
library
Should support different layouts for playing back the recorded
content
Should support content formats for multiple devices such as
PC, MAC Mobile phones and ipod
External Servers Support for external streaming servers(Microsoft Windows
Media Server)
Management
User Management and authentication.
Protect content with access controls
Should integrate with central VC management & scheduling
application.
User viewing and recording rights authorisation.
Security
Embedded web server enables full control full control,
Configuration and monitoring of system and recordings.
Should have provision to restrict playback of recordings to
specific users.
User Management
Network Interface 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Interface
(c)
Interactive LCD Panel with Touch Screen PC
Tablet Active Area
17” or higher
Table Resolution
1000 lpi
Tablet Pressure Levels
1024 levels
Tablet Accuracy +/- 0.5mm
+/- 0.5 mm
Tablet Report Rate
125 reports/second
Interface
OVI/HDMI,US83, ESATA
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
Win XP/Vista/7, MAC 05v, 10.2.6 or above version
iVy Bridge Core 12 (or equivalent) Processor/ standard core i3 4th Gen or higher
2048 MB of RAM (4096 MB recommend)
Video Card with 1024 MB of RAM
4X speed DVD writer or higher
An available USB 3 port.
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(d)
Visualiser / Document Camera
1/3” CMOS
PAL/NTSC
9x optical, 12 x digital
Max : 342 x 269 mm
Auto/Manual
SXGA (1280 x 1024) ,XGA (1024 x
768) , 720P
750 TV lines
Auto/Manual
LCD Panel
LED Light
Yes
Yes, 400 images
Yes
VGA, Audio
DVI,VGA,AUDIO, S-Video, RCA
12 V DC Power adapter
Image Sensor
Video System
Zoom
Shooting Area
Focus
Output Signal
Resolution (Horizontal)
White Balance
Display
Light
Brightness adjustment
Built-in-storage
Video Recording
Input Terminals
Output Terminals
Power Supply
(e)
Digital Signal Processor
8 wide-band AEC balanced mic/line inputs
Output impedance (balanced)
Maximum Output (balanced)
Phantom power
Frequency Response (20 Hz- 20 KHz @ + 4
dBu)
THD + N (20 Hz 20KHz @ +4dBu)
Line level
Mic level
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2 standard balanced mic/line inputs
4 balanced mic/line outputs
Codec interface with balanced line
input & output
Ethernet
port
for
software
configuration / control
Serial port for third – party Rs 232
remote control
Pre-configured I/O with definable
processing
RoHS compliance and AES
grounding practices
CE marked and UL/C-UL listed
Ability to select, view, and calibrate
200 Ohms
+24 dBu
+48 VDC (7mA/input)
+0/0.4 dB
< 0.006 %
< 0.005 %
Equipment input noise
Crosstalk (channel-to-channel @ 1KHz)
Input Impedance (balanced)
Input Gain Range (Variable trim)
(f)
Wired Desk Microphone
Polar pattern
Frequency range
Sensitivity
Max. SPL
Equivalence noise level (IEC 60268-4, A Weighted)
Impedance
Recommended load impedance
Connector
(g)
Super cardioids
70 Hz to 20 kHz
2.6 mV/Pa (-52dBV)
147/156 dB SPL (for 1% / 3%
THD)
18 dB-A
<= 600 ohms
>= 2000 ohms
3-pin XLR
Ceiling Microphone
Bass filter
Impedance
Impedance
Recommended load impedance
Supply voltage
250 Hz, -10 dB at 50 Hz
<= 600 ohms
<= 600 ohms
>= 2,000 ohms
9 to 52 V phantom power to
DIN/IEC
<2 mA
3-pin male XLR
Current consumption
Connector
(h)
Dynamic Range (20 Hz 20 Khz,
odB) – 125 bBu
Dynamic Range (20 Hz 20KHz
odB) – 105 dB
Maximum Gain (Input Channels)
66 dB
Line level - < - 80dB
Mic level - <- 7.5dB
Mic/line inputs
Codec input
Codec input - 0dB + 18dB
Maximum input (mic/line) - +
24dBu
Wireless Handheld Microphone
Bandwidth
Battery
30 MHz selection bandwidth (depending on local frequency
plans)
Min 8 hours of operation on a single AA size battery
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Pattern
Features
Accessories
(j)
Wireless Collar Microphone
Bandwidth
Battery
Pattern
Features
Accessories
(k)
Should have cardioid polar pattern which ensures maximum
gain before feedback and make your voice cut through any
mix
Should be Rugged and “one-size-fits-all” Microphone
Should have Gain control on handheld transmitter
Should be smallest and lightest bodypack transmitter
Should have Low battery indicator
Should provide professional XLR and ¼” jack outputs at
receiver.
The receiver should have adjustable audio level and squelch
threshold on the receiver
The system should include an receiver, handheld
transmitter, universal power supply, adapter, one AA size
dry battery etc.
30 MHz selection bandwidth (depending on local frequency
plans)
Min 8 hours of operation on a single AA size battery
Should have cardioid polar pattern which ensures maximum
gain before feedback and make your voice cut through any
mix
Should be Rugged and “one-size-fits-all” Microphone
The offered lavaliere microphone should clips on quickly and
easily, and provide optimum intelligibility for theatre
Should have Gain control on handheld transmitter
Should be smallest and lightest body pack transmitter
Should have Low battery indicator
Should provide professional XLR and ¼” jack outputs at
receiver.
The receiver should have adjustable audio level and squelch
threshold on the receiver
The system should include an receiver, handheld transmitter,
universal power supply, adapter, lavalier microphone, one AA
size dry battery etc.
Multimedia Amplifier with Speakers
5” TWO WAY WALL MOUNT SPEAKER
Power Taps @ 100V
15W, 30W
Power Taps @ 70V
15W,30W
Transformer Impedance
2.6KΩ/1.3KΩ/670Ω/330Ω/165Ω
Input
70V/100V/8Ω
SPL (1W/1M)
92 Db
Max. SPL (Rated W/1M)
107 dB
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Frequency Response (-10 dB)
Speaker Driver
Mounting
AMPLIFIER
Rated Output Power
Speaker Outputs
Input Sensitivity and Impedance
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio
Crosstalk
Power Supply
(l)
125-14 KHz
5” x1
Mounting bracket fixed by screw
4x60W
70V, 100V & 4-16 ohm
+/- 385Mv/10Kohm, balanced XLR connector
50Hz-16KHz (+1dB, -3dB)
>90dB
<50dB
230V/50Hz or DC24V
Integrated Control System with Touch Panel
CONTROL SYSTEM
This complete control package should include
colour touch panel control processor, RF receiver,
infrared emitter probes etc.
Touch Panel Display
Touch panel is to wired
Type: TFT Active matrix colour LCD
Size: 15 inch (381mm) diagonal
Aspect Ratio: 15: 9 WXGA
Resolution: 1280 x 768 pixel
Colour Depth: 24-bit, 16.7 M colours
Illumination: Backlit fluorescent
Viewing Angle: +85° horizontal, +85° vertical
Touch Screen: Resistive membrane
Built in Microphone and Amplified Speaker
Tabletop tilt stand with 0° to 35° adjustable screen
tilt
Control Processor
CPU – 32-bit or higher
SDRAM – At least 32 MB
NVRAM – At least 256 MB
Flash Memory – At least 4 MB
Ethernet Interface – 10/100Base-T, full duplex,
auto-negotiating
Necessary 03 Com Ports, 08 IR/Serial Ports, 08 I/O
Ports, 08 Relay Ports, Expansion slot – Must
available
LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM
8 X 2A Multi-Purpose Controller (Leading Trailing Edge, Relay, Ballast, Fan,
Curtain Control)
1 x 2A Ballast Control Module
Halogen Control Module
220 Volts
Dimmable Ballast along with (8 metal halides of 150 Watts and 64 LED panel of 34
Watts each) – To be provided by the Institute
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(m)
8:8 DVI/HDMI Matrix Switcher
VIDEO INPUT
Number/signal type
Connectors
Nominal level
Digital video
DDC (Display Data
Channel)
Minimum/Maximum level
Impedance
Return loss
TDR rise time (10%-90%)
Equalization
Input cable length
8 digital RGB (TMDS) HDMI (or single-link DVI-D*)
8 female HDMI type A (digital only)/ DVI
1.2 Vp-p
5.0 Vp-p (TTL)
0.5 V to 1.0 Vp-p with no offset
100 ohms
<-15 dB @ 1 MHz to 1.5 GHz
75 ps
Automatic
>100’ (30m) at 1920x1200 @ 48,50 or 1080p, 8 bit
colour
VIDEO OUTPUT
Number/signal type
8 digital RGB
Connectors
8 female HDMI type A
Nominal level
1.2 Vp-p
Minimum/Maximum level (s) 0.5 V to 1.0 Vp-p with no offset (follows input)
Impedance
100 ohms
Return loss
<-15 dB @ 1 MHz to 1.5 GHz
DC offset
+500 mV maximum with input at 0 offset
Rise and fall time (20%0.6 ns
80%)
Re-cocking
Automatic
Peripheral device power
250 mA per output
CONTROL/REMOTE - SWITCHER
Serial control port
(1)
RS-232, 9-pin female D connector
(2)
RS-232, front panel 2.5 mm mini stereo jack
Baud rate and protocol
9600 to 115200 baud, 9600 baud (default), 8 data
bits, 1 stop bit, no parity
Serial control pin
configurations
9-pin D connector
2 = Tx, 3 = Rx, 5 = GND
Mini Stereo jack
Tip = Tx, ring = Rx, sleeve = GND
Ethernet control port
(1)
RJ-45 female connector
Ethernet data rate
10/100 Base-T, half/full duplex with auto detect
Ethernet protocol
ARP, ICMP (ping), IP, TCP, DHCP, HTTP, Telnet
Program control
Microsoft® Internet Explorer® ver.6 or higher,
Telnet
GENERAL
Power supply
Internal Input: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
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Temperature/humidity
Mounting
(n)
HDMI/DVI Extender
VIDEO INPUT-TX UNITS
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
Interconnection between
transmitter and Receiver
Connectors
Termination Standards
VIDEO OUTPUT-RX UNITS
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
CONTROL/REMOTEEXTERNAL DEVICE(PASS
–THROUGH)
Serial Control Port input:
Transmitter
Receiver
Serial control port output:
Transmitter
Receiver
Serial Control Pin
Configuration
GENERAL
Power Supply
Input
Output
Temperature/Humidity
Mounting
(p)
Storage: -40 to +158 °F (-40 to +70 °C) / 10% to
90%, non condensing
Operating: +32 to +122 °F (0 to +50 °C) / 10% to
90%, non condensing
Rack mount
01 single link for HDMI(or DVI-D*)
01 female HDMI Type A
2 female RJ-45 per unit for 02 cables connecting
the transmitter and receiver
TIA/EIA T568A or T568B
01 Single link HDMI(or DVI-D*)
01 Female HDMI type A
RS-232 via (1) 3.5 mm, 03 pole captive screw
connector
01 set of proprietary signals on female RJ-45 jack
01 set of proprietary signals on female RJ-45 jack
RS-232 via (1) 3.5 mm, 03 pole captive screw
connector
Captive Screw Connectors: 1=Tx, 2=Rx, 3=GND
External
100-240 vac,50-60 Hz
12 VDC,1 A,12 Watt
Storage:- -40 to +158 deg F(-40 to 70 deg C)/10%
to 90% non condensing
Operating:- +32 to +122 deg F(0 to 50 deg C)/10%
to 90% non condensing
Rack Mount
HDMI Audio De-Embedded
VIDEO
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Max Data Rate
Max Pixel Clock
Resolution Range
VIDEO INPUT
Number/Signal Type
Equalization
VIDEO OUTPUT
Number/Signal Type
AUDIO INPUT
Number/Signal Type
Source Formats
AUDIO OUTPUT
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
CONTROL/REMOTE
USB Control Ports
USB Standards
GENERAL
Power Supply
Input
Output
Temperature/Humidity
(q)
6.75 Gbps (2.25 Gbps per Colour)
225 MHz
Up to 1920X1200 or 1080p @ 60 Hz, 12-bit colour
1 single link HDMI
Automatic for up to -12db of cable loss
1 single link HDMI
1, combined with HDMI video input
PCM, Dolby Digital 2/0, Dolby Digital 2/0 Surround,
Dolby Digital 5.1/ Dolby Digital EX, DTS Digital
Surround 5.1, DTSES Matrix 6.1, DTS-ES Discrete
6.1
01 combined with HDMI video output and either,
01 stereo balanced/unbalanced or 1 S/PDIF
3.5 mm captive screw connector, 5 pole, 01 female
RCA jack(tip,ring)
01 front panel female mini USB B
USB 2.0, low speed
External
100-240 vac,50-60 Hz
12 VDC,1 A,12 regulated
Storage:- -40 to +158 deg F(-40 to 70 deg C)/10%
to 90% non-condensing
Operating:- +32 to +122 deg F(0 to 50 deg C)/10%
to 90% non-condensing
RGB and Stereo Audio to HDMI Scaler
VIDEO INPUT-TX UNITS
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
Nominal Level
Minimum/Maximum levels
Impedance
Horizontal frequency
Vertical Frequency
Resolution Range
Formats
01 RGBHV, RGBS, RGSB,HDTV component video
(Y,R-Y,B-Y)
01 female 15-pin HD
1.0 Vp-p for Y of component video
Analog 0.0 V to 2.0 Vp-p with no offset
75 ohms
30 KHz to 100 KHz
24 Hz to 120 Hz
640X480 to 1920X1200 or 480p, 576p,720p,1080i,
or 1080p
RGB and HDTV Y, R-Y,B-Y
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Return Loss
Video Processing
<-30 dB @ 5 MHz
Digital Sampling
Colours
VIDEO OUTPUT
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
Scaled Resolutions
Formats
SYNC
Input type
Output type
Standards
Input Level
Input Impedance
AUDIO-RGB-HDMI 300A
Frequency Response
THD + Noise
S/N
AUDIO INPUT
Number/Signal Type
Connectors
Impedance
Nominal Level
Maximum Level
Input gain adjustment
AUDIO OUTPUT
Number/Signal Type
24 bit, 08 bit per
colour,162 MHz standard
16.78 million
01 single link for HDMI
01 female HDMI
480p, 576p, 720p,1080p or automatic based on
display device or current input rate
RGB and YCbCr digital video
RGBHV, RGBS, RGsB, bi-level YUVp component
video, or tri-level HDTV, component video
DVI-D or HDMI digital video
DVI 1.0, HDMI
2.75 V to 5.0 Vp-p for RGBHV or RGBS
0.6 Vp-p for component video tri-level sync
0.3 Vp-p for component video bi-level sync or
RGsB
10 K Ohms
20 Hz to 20 kHz,+/- 1.1 dB
0.03%@ 01 kHz at nominal level,0dB gain
>70dB at rated maximum output
01 stereo unbalanced
3.5 mm mini stereo (tip-ring-sleeve) jack
>10k ohms unbalanced, DC Coupled
+4 dBu (1.23 Vrms),-10 dBV(316 mVrms)
+10.4 dBu, (unbalance) at 1 % THD +N
-18 dBu to +10 dBu
01 stereo, digital LPCM 48 kHz (embedded in
HDMI output)
Connectors
01 HDMI
CONTROL/REMOTE-SCALER
Serial Control Ports
01 RS-232, 3.5 m captive screw connector, 03 pole
(rear panel)
01 RS-232, 2.5 mm mini stereo jack (front Panel)
Baud Rate and protocol
9600 baud, 08 data bits, 01 stop bit, no parity
Serial control pin
1=Tx, 2=Rx, 3= GND
Configuration
Program Control
Control/configuration program for Windows*
GENERAL
Power Supply
External
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Input
Output
Temperature/Humidity
(r)
75” LED Display
PANEL
Diagonal Size
Type
Resolution
Brightness
Contrast ratio (Typical)
Viewing
Angle(Horizontal/Vertical)
Response Time (G-to-G0
Contrast ratio
CONNECTIVITY
Input
Output
External Control
OPERATION
Operating Temperature
Humidity
POWER
Power Supply
Stand Type
(s)
100-240 vac,50-60 Hz
12 VDC,1 A,12 regulated
Storage:- -40 to +158 deg F(-40 to 70 deg C)/10%
to 90% non condensing
Operating:- +32 to +122 deg F(0 to 50 deg C)/10%
to 90% non condensing
75 inch
LED BLU with refresh rate of 60 Hz and above
1920 X 1080 (16:9)
450 unit or above
VA panels (Native/Typical) to be 5000:1 or above
and IPS Panels (Native/Typical) to be 1200:1 or
above
178deg/178deg
04 ms
VA panels (Native/Typical) to be 5000:1 or above
and IPS Panels (Native/Typical) to be 1200:1 or
above
VGA D-Sub/HDMI,DVI-D/DP (In/Out), USB 3.0
Video – HDMI,DP
Audio – Sterio Mini Jack
Audio – Stereo Mini Jack, DVI – D or higher
RS232C (In/Out) , RJ45
O”C – 40 deg. C
10% to 80 %
AC 100 – 240 V ** (+/-10 %) 50/60 Hz
Wall Mount / foot stand depending on setup
10 KVA UPS
10 KVA On-Line UPS with isolation transformer for single phase AC input and
single phase AC output
Floor Mounted Type with 120 minutes back up
Output
230 +/- 1 % and 50 +/- 0.5 Hz
Voltage regulation from no load to full load shall be within +/- 1 %
Maximum total harmonics distortion at output = 2 %
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UPS input power factor at rated load shall be better than 0.90 lagging at input side
UPS shall withstand 20 % overload for 10 minutes and 50 % overload for one
minute
Switching device shall be MOSFET or IGBT and the same shall be confirmed in
the offer
Over
a. Short circuit, and overload at ups output terminal
voltage
b. Under voltage at battery terminal
c. Maximum over shoot and under shoot shall not be greater than 4 %
of rated voltage for duration of 40m sec.
Battery
a. UPS shall be supplied with SMF VRLA battery type tested from Govt.
bank
tab as per JISC 8702 only. Number of samples for type testing shall be
as per IS:7372/1995 with all the amendments up to date. As a proof of
type testing tenderers can produce registration certificate of QEM
indicating registration of item to JIS C8702.
b. Tenderers shall declare battery AH capacity, battery voltage, number
of batteries of each rating, make and model of batteries offered with each
item of UPS.
c. The UPS shall be complete with Trolley for battery bank, battery,
Cables and connectors etc. and the firms shall also connect the batteries
with UPS and do commissioning of the same, Indenters and consignees
are required to ensure the availability of installation site with dedicated
input and output to enable the supplier of UPS to install and commission
the same.
d. Minimum VAH rating of battery bank shall be 32000
e. Firm shall furnish copy of the invoices and details of the serial no. of
the batteries at the time of inspection for the correlation and records
purpose of the QA.
f. Batteries shall be SMF (valve regulated) type, 12 V conforming to
Japanese industrial standards IISC. 8702/1998 (Part 1, 2 and 3) and of
the ratings as per schedule and rated capacity at 20 hr discharge rate
(AH).
g. Battery bank warranty included in system warranty
(t)
Rack, mounts and enclosures
42U Rack
All necessary mounts and enclosures to be provided
(u)
Gateway Management Device
Ser
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Specifications
Copper GbE Ports
Console Ports (RJ 45)
USB Ports
Configurable Internal/DMZ/WAN Ports
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Values
6
1
2
Yes
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
(n)
(o)
(p)
(q)
(v)
(w)
Firewall Throughput (UDP) Mbps
Firewall Throughput (TCP) Mbps
New Sessions / Second
Concurrent Sessions
IPSec VPN Throughput Mbps
>1500
>1000
>5000
>500000
>=200
No of IPSec Tunnels
SSL VPN Throughput Mbps
WAF Protected Throughput Mbps
Anti-Virus Throughput Mbps
IPS Throughput Mbps
UTM Throughput Mbps
Authenticated Users/Nodes
>500
>70
>100
>350
>200
>100
Unlimited
Projector
Ser
(a)
Specifications
Light Output (Lumens)
(b)
Resolution
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
Aspect Ratio
Contrast Ratio
Lamp Life (upto)
Keystone Correction
Screen Size (Diagonal)
Throw Ratio
Connectivity
(l)
(m)
(n)
Warranty
Power Supply
Miscellaneous Features
Values
4000 normal / Economy = approx 80% of
normal mode
Maximum 1600 x 1200
Native 1024 x 768
16:9 and 4:3
5000:1
Minimum 5000 hrs
4 Corner Keystone
25 to 300 inch
1.5 to 2.5
WiFi, USB, Mira cast, Intel Wireless
Display, Wired LAN
RGB (in & out), RGB(PC) audio in,
Composite(AV) in, Composite(AV) Audio
in, Component (Y, Pb, Pr), Audio Out, RS232C, RJ45, HDMI, USB
Minimum 3 years
AC (100-240V, 50 Hz)
Built in Speakers, Standby Mode, Sleep
Timer Quick Power Off
Input / Output Terminals
Motorized Screen, 55’’ & 32” LED Display
Ser
(a)
Specifications
Values
Motorised Projector Screen
Matt White finish in Steel
Housing
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(x)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Electrically Operated
Size
Remotely Operatable
(e)
(f)
(g)
Size
Resolution
Audio
(h)
Connectivity
(i)
(j)
Sound O/p
Sharing
(k)
(l)
(m)
Size
Resolution
Audio
(n)
Connectivity
(o)
(p)
Sound O/p
Sharing
100-240V, 50 Hz
6’ x 4’, 7’ dia diagonal
The screen to be controlled with in-built
relay
55 inch LED Display
55”
1920*1080
Dolby Digital, SRS Theatre Sound or
equivalent
HDMI, USB, Component In(Y/Pb/Pr),
Component In(AV), RF in
5W x 2
Content Streaming, Screen Mirroring,
WiFi Direct
32 inch LED Display
32”
1920*1080
Dolby Digital, SRS Theatre Sound or
equivalent
HDMI, USB, Component In(Y/Pb/Pr),
Component In(AV), RF in
5W x 2
Content Streaming, Screen Mirroring,
WiFi Direct
Support Warranty Maintenance and Update
One onsite engineer each should available in INS Shivaji, Lonavala and INS
Hamla, Mumbai on a daily basis for 3 years
3 years onsite warranty for all items
Update of firmware every 3 months or as and when required
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Appendix ‘D’
Laying of OFC and Cable Management
1.
Schedule of Requirement, Scope of work and Technical Specifications of OFC
and cable laying for Location -1 INS Shivaji, Lonavala
S.No
A
Name/Type
FIber Components : As per tech specs
Deno
Qty
6000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Supply of 6 core Single mode Fiber Cable
Meter
Supply of 12 Port Rack Mount LIU
No
Supply of 24 Port Rack Mount LIU
No
Supply of SC Pigtail -Single mode
No
Supply of SC Couplers
No
Supply of 6 port SC Connector Panel
No
Supply of Blank Panel
No
Supply of SC-SC Patch cord SM - Duplex ( Depends
No
upon the Switch Interface )
B
UTP Components : DATA : As per tech specs
Supply of Cat 6 UTP Cable ( Each box is having 305
Box
9
meters of Cable )
10
Supply of 24 Port Cat 6 Jack Panel Loaded
No
Supply of Cat 6 Information Outlet User End+ faceplate+
11
Black Box
No
12
Supply of Cat 6 Patch cord - 1 mtr
No
13
Supply of Cat 6 Patch cord - 3 mtr
No
C Other Components & Networking Enclosures :- As per tech specs
14
Supply of 25 mm HDPE Pipe for Fiber & UTP Cable
Meter
15
Supply of MS Route Markers for Outdoor Cable Path
No
16
Supply of 25 mm PVC Conduit with accessories
Meter
17
Supply of 32 mm GI Pipe
Meter
Supply of 1 Half round Semicircle (6 inch) block on Top
No
18
of wiring)
Supply of T09 U size Rack (600 X 600)-Racks with
Meter
19
power Strip
D
Active Components : Network Switches : As per tech specs
Supply of 24 port managed switch with 2 Giga Combo
No
20
port
21
Supply of 24 Port Switch with 4 Giga Combo Port
No
22
SFP Module
No
23
Laying of Fiber Cable
Meter
24
Fixing of LIUs
No
25
Splicing of Fiber Core / Pigtail
No
26
Fiber Core Testing Charges
No
27
Laying of UTP Cable
Meter
47
15
3
75
75
12
6
50
15
10
52
100
150
6300
80
800
180
2400
14
14
2
14
6000
16
4
150
2500
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
Feruling , Labelling & Dressing
Termination of Jack panel
Termination of Information outlet with Faceplate &
Backbox Fixing
Scanner Testing Charges
Laying of 25 mm HDPE Pipe for Fiber & UTP Cable
Laying of 32 mm GI Pipe
Fixing of MS Route Markers for Outdoor Cable Path
Laying of 25mm PVC Conduit with accessories
Soft soil Digging ( Size 1 ' X 3 ' ) & Back filing with 2"
Sand Filling
Boring work
Laying of Half round Semi circle(6") Block on top of
wiring
Road Cutting & Resurfacing with Concrete
RCC road cutting Near Building(Ruff Refinish)
Installation of rack including dressing, Routing of Patch
cords
Installation of Switch
Documentation & Certification
No
No
110
14
No
No
Meter
No
Meter
Meter
110
110
3500
150
150
800
Meter
3200
50
Meter
Meter
Meter
2800
160
120
No
No
Set
16
14
1
2.
Schedule of Requirement, Scope of work and Technical Specifications of OFC
and cable laying for Location -2 INS Hamla, Mumbai
S.No
A
Name/Type
FIber Components : As per tech specs
Deno
Qty
500
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Supply of 6 core Single mode Fiber Cable
Meter
Supply of 12 Port Rack Mount LIU
No
Supply of 24 Port Rack Mount LIU
No
Supply of SC Pigtail -Single mode
No
Supply of SC Couplers
No
Supply of 6 port SC Connector Panel
No
Supply of Blank Panel
No
Supply of SC-SC Patch cord SM - Duplex ( Depends
No
upon the Switch Interface )
B
UTP Components : DATA : As per tech specs
Supply of Cat 6 UTP Cable ( Each box is having 305
Box
9
meters of Cable )
10
Supply of 24 Port Cat 6 Jack Panel Loaded
No
Supply of Cat 6 Information Outlet User End+ faceplate+
11
Black Box
No
12
Supply of Cat 6 Patch cord - 1 mtr
No
13
Supply of Cat 6 Patch cord - 3 mtr
No
C Other Components & Networking Enclosures :- As per tech specs
48
02
02
36
36
06
03
06
03
03
30
30
30
14
15
16
17
18
19
D
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
Supply of 25 mm HDPE Pipe for Fiber & UTP Cable
Meter
Supply of MS Route Markers for Outdoor Cable Path
No
Supply of 25 mm PVC Conduit with accessories
Meter
Supply of 32 mm GI Pipe
Meter
Supply of 1 Half round Semicircle (6 inch) block on Top
No
of wiring)
Supply of T09 U size Rack (600 X 600)-Racks with
Meter
power Strip
Active Components : Network Switches : As per tech specs
Supply of 24 port managed switch with 2 Giga Combo
No
port
Supply of 24 Port Switch with 4 Giga Combo Port
No
SFP Module
No
Laying of Fiber Cable
Meter
Fixing of LIUs
No
Splicing of Fiber Core / Pigtail
No
Fiber Core Testing Charges
No
Laying of UTP Cable
Meter
Feruling , Labelling & Dressing
No
Termination of Jack panel
No
Termination of Information outlet with Face plate & Back
box Fixing
No
Scanner Testing Charges
No
Laying of 25 mm HDPE Pipe for Fiber & UTP Cable
Meter
Laying of 32 mm GI Pipe
No
Fixing of MS Route Markers for Outdoor Cable Path
Meter
Laying of 25mm PVC Conduit with accessories
Meter
Soft soil Digging ( Size 1 ' X 3 ' ) & Back filing with 2"
Sand Filling
Meter
Boring work
Laying of Half round Semi circle(6") Block on top of
wiring
Meter
Road Cutting & Resurfacing with Concrete
Meter
RCC road cutting Near Building(Ruff Refinish)
Meter
Installation of rack including dressing, Routing of Patch
cords
No
Installation of Switch
No
Documentation & Certification
Set
500
20
800
100
480
03
02
01
04
500
04
18
18
915
30
03
30
30
500
100
20
800
200
10
480
140
113
03
03
01
3.
The minimum technical specifications for the above mentioned items are as given
below:Product
24 port 1000 Base with 4 Port Open SFP and 10G
Support
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Flash memory
DRAM
CPU
Console Ports
Storage Interface
Network Management
Interface
Forwarding bandwidth
Switching bandwidth*
Maximum active VLANs
VLAN IDs available
Maximum transmission unit
(MTU) L3 packet
Jumbo frame - Ethernet
frame
Management
Standards
Safety
Product
Switching capacity forwarding
rate (Capacity in Millions of
Packets per Second (mpps)
(64-byte packets)
Switching Capacity in
Gigabits per Second (Gbps)
128 MB for LAN Base & IP Lite SKUs, 64 MB for LAN
Lite SKUs
512 MB
APM86392 600MHz dual core Or Similar
USB (Type-B), Ethernet (RJ-45)
USB (Type-A) for external flash storage
10/100 Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45)
108 Gbps
216 Gbps
1023
4096
9198 bytes
9216 bytes
RFC1213-MIB, RMON-MIB, RMON2-MIB, SNMPFRAMEWORK-MIB, SNMP-MPD-MIB, SNMPNOTIFICATION-MIB, SNMP-TARGET-MIB,
SNMPv2-MIB, TCP-MIB, UDP-MIB, ePM MIB,
BRIDGE-MIB, RELATIONSHIP-MIB, ENTITY-MIB,
ETHERLIKE-MIB, IEEE8021-PAE-MIB, IEEE8023LAG-MIB, IF-MIB, INET-ADDRESS-MIB
IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol, IEEE 802.1p
CoS Prioritization, IEEE 802.1Q VLAN, IEEE 802.1s,
IEEE 802.1w, IEEE 802.1X, IEEE 802.1ab (LLDP),
IEEE 802.3ad, IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at, IEEE
802.3 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX, IEEE
802.3ab 1000BASE-T, IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-X,
RMON I and II standards, SNMP v1, v2c, and v3,
IEEE 802.3az, IEEE 802.3ae 10Gigabit Ethernet,
IEEE 802.1ax
UL 60950-1 Second Edition, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1 Second Edition, EN 60950-1 Second Edition,
IEC 60950-1 Second Edition, AS/NZS 60950-1
Layer 2 Switch 1000 Base Managed
41.67
56
50
Spanning Tree Protocol
(STP)
Port grouping
VLAN
Voice VLAN
Q-in-Q VLAN
Generic VLAN Registration
Protocol (GVRP)/Generic
Attribute Registration
Protocol (GARP)
Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol (DHCP) Relay at
Layer 2
Internet Group Management
Protocol (IGMP) versions 1,
2, and 3 snooping
IGMP Querier
Standard 802.1d Spanning Tree support Fast
convergence using 802.1w (Rapid Spanning Tree
[RSTP]), enabled by default Multiple Spanning Tree
instances using 802.1s (MSTP)
Support for IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control
Protocol (LACP)
• Up to 8 groups
• Up to 8 ports per group with 16 candidate ports for
each (dynamic) 802.3ad link aggregation
Support for up to 4096 VLANs simultaneously
Port-based and 802.1Q tag-based VLANs
MAC-based VLAN
Management VLAN
Private VLAN Edge (PVE), also known as protected
ports, with multiple uplinks
Guest VLAN
Unauthenticated VLAN
Voice traffic is automatically assigned to a voicespecific VLAN and treated with appropriate levels of
QoS
VLANs transparently cross a service provider network
while isolating traffic among customers
Protocols for automatically propagating
configuring VLANs in a bridged domain
and
Relay of DHCP traffic to DHCP server in different
VLAN. Works with DHCP Option 82
IGMP limits bandwidth-intensive multicast traffic to
only the requesters; supports 1K multicast groups
(source-specific multicasting is also supported)
IGMP querier is used to support a Layer 2 multicast
domain of snooping switches in the absence of a
multicast router.
Head-of-line (HOL) blocking
HOL blocking prevention
Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol
SSH secures Telnet traffic to and from the switch; SSH
v1 and v2 are supported
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
IEEE 802.1X
SSL support: Encrypts all HTTPS traffic, allowing
highly secure access to the browser-based
management GUI in the switch
802.1X: RADIUS authentication and accounting*, MD5
hash;
guest
VLAN;
unauthenticated
VLAN,
single/multiple host mode and single/multiple sessions
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STP Bridge Protocol Data
Unit (BPDU) Guard
Secure Core Technology
(SCT)
Layer 2 isolation Private
VLAN Edge (PVE) with
community VLAN
A security mechanism to protect the network from
invalid configurations. A port enabled for BPDU Guard
is shut down if a BPDU message is received on that
port
Ensures that the switch will receive and process
management and protocol traffic no matter how much
traffic is received
PVE (also known as protected ports) provides Layer 2
isolation between devices in the same VLAN, supports
multiple uplinks
Port security
Locks MAC addresses to ports, and limits the number
of learned MAC addresses
RADIUS/TACACS+
Supports RADIUS and TACACS authentication.
Switch functions as a client
Storm control
Broadcast, multicast, and unknown unicast
DoS prevention
DoS attack prevention
Congestion avoidance
A TCP congestion avoidance algorithm is required to
minimize and prevent global TCP loss synchronization.
ACLs
Support for up to 512 rules
Drop or rate limit based on source and destination
MAC, VLAN ID or IP address, protocol, port,
differentiated services code point (DSCP)/IP
precedence, TCP/ UDP source and destination ports,
802.1p priority, Ethernet type, Internet Control
Message Protocol (ICMP) packets, IGMP packets,
TCP flag
Priority levels
4 hardware queues
Scheduling
Class of service
Strict priority and weighted round-robin (WRR)
Queue assignment based on DSCP and class of
service (802.1p/CoS)
Port based; 802.1p VLAN priority based; IPv4/v6 IP
precedence/type of service (ToS)/DSCP based;
Differentiated Services (DiffServ); classification and remarking ACLs, trusted QoS
Rate limiting
Ingress policer; egress shaping and rate control; per
VLAN, per port, and flow based
Standards
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T Ethernet, IEEE 802.3u
100BASE-TX
Fast
Ethernet,
IEEE
802.3ab
1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.3ad LACP,
IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.3x Flow
Control, IEEE 802.1D (STP, GARP, and GVRP),IEEE
802.1Q/p VLAN, IEEE 802.1w RSTP, IEEE 802.1s
Multiple
STP,
IEEE
802.1X
Port
Access
Authentication, IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at, RFC 768,
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IPv6
RFC 783, RFC 791, RFC 792, RFC 793, RFC 813,
RFC 879, RFC 896, RFC 826, RFC 854, RFC 855,
RFC 856, RFC 858, RFC 894, RFC 919, RFC 922,
RFC 920, RFC 950, RFC 951, RFC 1042, RFC 1071,
RFC 1123, RFC 1141, RFC 1155, RFC 1157, RFC
1350, RFC 1533, RFC 1541, RFC 1542, RFC 1624,
RFC 1700, RFC 1867, RFC 2030, RFC 2616, RFC
2131, RFC 2132, RFC 3164, RFC 3411, RFC 3412,
RFC 3413, RFC 3414, RFC 3415, RFC 2576, RFC
4330, RFC 1213, RFC 1215, RFC 1286, RFC 1442,
RFC 1451, RFC 1493, RFC 1573, RFC 1643, RFC
1757, RFC 1907, RFC 2011, RFC 2012, RFC 2013,
RFC 2233, RFC 2618, RFC 2665, RFC 2666, RFC
2674, RFC 2737, RFC 2819, RFC 2863, RFC 1157,
RFC 1493, RFC 1215, RFC 3416
IPv6 host mode, IPv6 over Ethernet, Dual IPv6/IPv4
stack, IPv6 neighbour and router discovery (ND), IPv6
stateless address auto-configuration, Path maximum
transmission unit (MTU) discovery, Duplicate address
detection (DAD), ICMP version 6, IPv6 over IPv4
network with Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing
Protocol (ISATAP) support
IPv6 QoS
Prioritize IPv6 packets in hardware
IPv6 ACL
Drop or rate limit IPv6 packets in hardware
Multicast Listener Discovery
(MLD) snooping
Deliver IPv6 multicast packets only to the required
receivers
IPv6 applications
IPv6 RFCs supported
Web user interface
Web/SSL, Telnet server/SSH, ping, trace route,
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP), Trivial File
Transfer Protocol (TFTP), SNMP, RADIUS, syslog,
DNS client, protocol-based VLANs
RFC 2463 - ICMP version 6, RFC 3513 - IPv6 address
architecture, RFC 4291 - IPv6 addressing architecture,
RFC 2460 - IPv6 specification, RFC 2461 - Neighbour
discovery for IPv6, RFC 2462 - IPv6 stateless address
auto-configuration, RFC 1981 - Path MTU discovery,
RFC 4007 - IPv6 scoped address architecture, RFC
3484 - Default address selection mechanism, RFC
4214 - ISATAP tunnelling
RFC 4293 - MIB IPv6: Textual conventions and
general group, RFC 3595 - Textual conventions for
IPv6 flow label
Built-in switch configuration utility for easy browserbased device configuration (HTTP/HTTPS). Supports
configuration,
system
dashboard,
system
maintenance, and monitoring
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SNMP
SNMP versions 1, 2c, and 3 with support for traps, and
SNMP version 3 user-based security model (USM)
Remote Monitoring (RMON)
Embedded RMON software agent supports 4 RMON
groups (history, statistics, alarms, and events) for
enhanced traffic management, monitoring, and
analysis
IPv4 and IPv6 dual stack
Coexistence of both protocol stacks to ease migration
Firmware upgrade
• Web browser upgrade (HTTP/HTTPS) and TFTP
• Upgrade can be initiated through console port as well
• Dual images for resilient firmware upgrades
Port mirroring
VLAN mirroring
DHCP (Options 66, 67, 82,
129, and 150)
Text-editable config files
Traffic on a port can be mirrored to another port for
analysis with a network analyser or RMON probe. Up
to 8 source ports can be mirrored to one destination
port. A single session is supported.
Traffic from a VLAN can be mirrored to a port for
analysis with a network analyser or RMON probe. Up
to 8 source VLANs can be mirrored to one destination
port. A single session is supported.
DHCP Options facilitate tighter control from a central
point (DHCP server) to obtain IP address, autoconfiguration (with configuration file download), and
DHCP relay,
Config files can be edited with a text editor and
downloaded to another switch, facilitating easier mass
deployment
Smart ports
Simplified configuration
capabilities
of
QoS
and
security
Auto Smart ports
Applies the intelligence delivered through the
Smartport roles and applies it automatically to the port
based on the devices discovered over CDP or LLDPMED. This facilitates zero touch deployments.
Text view CLI
Scriptable command-line interface. A full CLI as well as
a menu-based CLI is supported
Localization
Localization of GUI and documentation into multiple
languages
Ports
Trace route; single IP management; HTTP/HTTPS;
SSH; RADIUS; port mirroring; TFTP upgrade; DHCP
client; BOOTP; SNTP; Xmodem upgrade; cable
diagnostics; ping; syslog; Telnet client (SSH secure
support)
RJ-45 Ports, 26 Gigabit Ethernet, 28 Gigabit Ethernet
Buttons
Reset button
Other management
54
Cabling type
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Category 5 or better for
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX; UTP Category 5 Ethernet or
better for 1000BASE-T
LEDs
System, Link/Act, PoE, Speed
Flash
16 MB
CPU memory
128 MB
Certification
UL (UL 60950), CSA (CSA 22.2), CE mark, FCC Part
15 (CFR 47) Class A
Operating temperature
32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
Warranty
3 Years
Passive Components
Optical Fiber Cable
6-core, Single Mode, Corrugated Steel tape Armour, Loose-tube, Fully water blocked
core ,E glass Yarns, Outdoor fiber cable fully conforming to ITU-T G.652.D And/OR
IEC 60793-2-50 C1.3 standard.
Cable Attributes: Number of Cores – 6
Armor - Corrugated Steel Tape Armor
Fiber Patch Panel (LIU)
Fiber LIU 24 / 48 port Single mode – Loaded with Splice tray and adapter.
Must conform to EN50173 and ISO/IEC 11801 operating standard.
Features :
24 Port (48 Ports when use MRTJ and LC Connectors) Rack Mount Fiber
Patch panel should be of Dimensions: 19” (Width) x 1U (Height)
Should be able accept SC Duplex, SC Simplex, LC Duplex Adaptors.
Should have snap-in sub modules with six single fiber or 3 dual fiber ports
Should have a fiber management system moulded in to the unit structure to effectively
route fibers from an incoming cable through to the connector interface.
Should have knockouts at the rear to enable termination of loose tube or tight buffered
cables as well as blown fiber tubes
Should be made up of preferably non-metallic, non-corrosive material.
Should have the option of accommodating at least 6 nos. of splice protection sleeve,
each can accommodate 4 connectors.
Should be slide able and should have tamper proof positive locking mechanism by
means of clips supplied as standard with each unit
Optical Fiber adapter, Single Mode
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Optical Fiber adapter, LC, Single mode Duplex Features & Technical Specifications:
- Should be able to house single mode fiber connectors
- Should have rugger ceramic (Ziconia) sleeve for fiber ferrule alignment
- Operating Temperature: -40°C to +85°C
- Insertion Loss (Max):0.5db
- Insertion Loss (Typical):0.2db
- Service life (Cycles):1000
Optical Fiber Patch Cord, LC-LC ,Single Mode
Must be fully factory tested
Technical Specifications:
- Cordage O.D.: 2.0mm +/- 0.1mm x 4.1mm +/- 0.2mm
- Buffer Diameter: 900μ
- Primary Coating : 245μ
- Strength Member: Aramid Yarn
- Minimum Bend Radius: Install: 3.0cm.
- Long Term Bend Radius: 2.0cm
- Operating Temperature: -40°C to +85°C
- Insertion Loss (Max):0.5 db
- Service life (Cycles):1000
- Tensile strength: 100N
Optical Fiber Pig Tail Single Mode
1.5 m LC Pigtail, 1 Fiber Single mode
Features & Technical Specifications:
- Should be factory-controlled optical performance on a variety of connectors that
enable fast, economical installation.
- Outside Diameter: 900μm
- Buffer Diameter: 900μm tight buffer
- Min. Bend Radius: 30mm
- Cable Sheath Material: PVC
- Cable Sheath color: Random
- Cable Grade: FDDI Riser Rated OFNR
- Connector ferrule: Zirconia
- Retention Strength: 100N
- Operating Temperature: -10°C to 60°C
- Insertion Loss (Max): <0.3dB
- Return Loss (RL): >40dB
Category 6 UTP Cable
Cat 6 UTP cable must fully conform to ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Transmission
Performance Specification for 4 Pair 100W Category 6 Cabling.
General Features:
- 23 AWG conductor
- UL Listed
- Pair Separator: Star filler (No bisector tape)
Technical Specifications:
- Conductor : Solid Bare Copper 23 AWG
- Conductor Diameter at least 0.574 mm
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- Insulation : PE
- Average Thickness : 0.23 mm ± 0.03mm
- Min. Point Thickness : 0.18mm
- Insulation Diameter : 1.04mm ± 0.05mm
- Twisting Lay length : 30 mm Underneath
- Filler : PE
- Jacket : PVC with FR rated
- Average Thickness of Jacket : 0.5 mm ± 0.05 mm
- Minimum point Thickness : 0.46 mm
- Outer Diameter : 6.1 mm ± 0.15 mm
Category 6 I/O Modular
PCB based, Unshielded Twisted Pair, Category 6, Copper Telecommunication Outlet
Connector (I/O Modular) conforming to TIA /EIA 568-C.2 and ISO/IEC 11801
Features & Technical Specifications:- Modular Jack : 750 Mating cycles
- Wire terminal accessories : 200 termination cycles
- Integrated bend-limiting strain-relief unit for cable entry
- Support cable pair termination process on the jacks at 90 degree angle.
- Should have mechanism to maintain quality of the termination irrespective of the skill
level of the termination staff
- Housing: Polyphenylene oxide, 94V-0 rated.
- 110 Block : polycarbonate, 94V-0 rated
- Jack Contacts : Beryllium copper, plated with 1.27 mm [.000050] thick gold in localized
area and 3.81 mm [.000150] minimum thick tin-lead in solder area over 1.27 mm
[.000050] minimum thick nickel under plate
- Wiring Blocks : Polycarbonate, 94V-0 rated
- Approvals: (a) UL Listed / CSA Approved
- Performance Characteristics to be provided with bid : Attenuation, NEXT, PS NEXT,
FEXT and Return Loss
Face Plates for Modular (I/O)
- Faceplates must have write-on designation labels for circuit identification together
with a clear plastic cover.
- 86mm x 86 mm British style plates.
- Be available in Single, Dual and Quad port.
- Colour of Face plates for modular – Grey or Red
- Back Box should be of the make specified.
- Back box should be of the same type and size as the face plate for modular.
Category 6 Patch Cords
1, 2, 5 & 10 Meter Cat 6 Patch cords must conform to ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C-5
Transmission Performance Specifications for 4 pair 100 W Category 6.
Features
- Jacket should be PVC.
- UL Verified
- Should have boot to protect the locking latch on the RJ45 plug
- Should be available in different colors
- Operating life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
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- Contact material: Copper alloy
- Contact plating: 50μ” Gold/100μ” Nickel
Category 6, 24 Port Patch Panel
Category 6, 24 Loaded Panel with Rear Cable Manager, fully conforming to
ANSI/TIA/EIA Category 6 and ISO/IEC 11801 Class E.
Features
- Patch panel must be with high grade conductivity material IDCs (Insulation
Displacement contacts) to provide secure, reliable gas-tight connections
- Should Supports Gigabit Ethernet up to 250MHz
- Panel should have Expansive cable management and labelling facilities
- Patch panel must be supplied with Rear cable management as a standard accessories
and this should only occupy the same area as the panel
- Operating temperature range: -10°C to + 70°C
- Wire diameter range for solid and Stranded Copper Conductors : 22-26 AWG (0.40 to
0.63 mm)
- Wire Insulation Diameter Range (PE,PVC): (0.70 to 1.40 mm)
- Number of Plug Insertion Cycles: 750
- Contact Resistance: < 1 m
- Contact Re-terminations: 200
- Insulation Resistance at 40° C and 93% RH : 500 M
- Safety Rating: UL 1863
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Appendix ‘E’
PRICE BID
1.
Price Bid (for L-1 determination). The Price Bid is given below and bidders are
required to fill this up correctly with full details, as required under Part – II of RFP. Every bid
should be complete in respect of equipment/software and services required. Incomplete or
partial filled bids will be rejected
(a)
S.
No
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(j)
(k)
(l)
(m)
(n)
(p)
(q)
(r)
(s)
(t)
(u)
(v)
Basic cost of the item/items in the following format:Name of item(s)/ service(s)
Qty
Video Conferencing System for Master
Classroom
(i) Video conferencing system with
additional PTZ camera
(ii) Recording and Streaming Server
-
Den
-
02
Nos
02
Nos
Video Conferencing system for Virtual
Classroom
Interactive LCD Panel with Touch
Screen PC
Visualiser / Document Camera
Digital Signal Processor
Wired Desk Microphone
Ceiling Microphone
Wireless Handheld Microphone
07
Nos
09
Nos
09
18
18
45
09
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
Wireless Collar Microphone
Multi Channel Amplifier With Speakers
(i) Multi channel amplifier
(ii) Speakers
Integrated Control System With Touch
Panel
8:4 DVI / HDMI Matrix Switcher
HDMI / DVI Extender
HDMI Audio De-Embedder
RGB and Stereo Audio to HDMI Scaler
18
09
36
09
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
09
18
09
09
Nos
Nos
Nos
Nos
75’’ LED Display
10 KVA Online UPS with 120 Minutes
Backup
42U Rack , mounts and enclosures
4000 lumens projector
MATT white 7’ dia diagonal motorized
screen
18
09
Nos
Nos
09
04
04
Nos
Nos
Nos
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Unit
Rate
(Rs.)
Total
(Rs.)
(w)
(x)
(y)
55” LED display
32” LED display
Gateway Management device
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02
02
Nos
Nos
Nos
(z)
OFC connectivity (along with cable 7.0
laying), cable management including
bill of materiel placed at Appendix ‘D’,
KM
Installation
and
Commissioning,
Training, Documentation
(aa) Onsite Support with two persons,
3
Yrs
Warranty, Maintenance and Update
(01 person at INS Shivaji and 01
person at INS Hamla each)
Grand total ((a) to (aa)) will be considered for L1 determination
Note : - Determination of L1 will be done based on total of basic prices (not including
levies, taxes and duties levied by Central/State/Local governments such as excise
duty, VAT, Service tax, Octroi/entry tax, etc on final product) of all items/requirements
as mentioned above.
2.
Additional information in Price Bid on Taxes and Duties (not in scope of L1
determination)(a)
Is excise duty extra?
(b)
If yes, mentioned the following:(i)
Total value of items on which Excise Duty is liveable (Indicate the
Serial Nos of items in table at Para 1(a) above)
(ii)
Rate of Excise duty (item-wise if different ED is applicable)
(iii)
Surcharge on Excise duty, if applicable
(iv)
Total value of excise duty payable
(c)
Is Excise Duty Exemption (EDE) required?
(d)
If yes, then mention and enclose the following:
(i)
Excise notification number under which EDE can be given
(e)
Is VAT extra?
(f)
Is VAT extra? If yes, then mention the following:(i)
Total value on which VAT is leviable. (Indicate the Serial Nos of items
in table at Para 1(a) above)
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(ii)
Rate of VAT.
(iii)
Total value of VAT leviable.
(g)
Is Service Tax extra?
(h)
If yes, then mention the following:(i)
Total value of Services on which Service Tax is leviable (Indicate the
Serial Nos of items in table at Para 1(a) above)
(ii)
Rate of Service Tax leviable.
(iii)
Total value of Service Tax leviable.
(j)
Any other Taxes / Duties / Overheads / Other costs (Indicate the Serial Nos of
items in table at Para 1(a) above)
(Signature / Stamp of Bidder)
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