Section 27 41 16.12 Video Systems and

Section 27 41 16.12 Video Systems and
UBC Technical Guidelines
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GENERAL
1.1
Related UBC Guidelines
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.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
1.2
UBC Learning Space Acoustical Guidelines
UBC Learning Space Design Guidelines
UBC IT Audio Visual Conference System User Interface Guidelines
UBC IT Audio Visual Classroom System User Interface Guidelines
UBC IT Audio Visual Button Panel User Interface Guidelines
UBC IT Audio Visual Control System Programming Guidelines
Co-ordination Requirements
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UBC IT Audio Visual
Shop Drawings
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Submit prints of the following drawings for review by the Owner, or their designated
Consultant:
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.2
Before proceeding with the work,
.1
Manufacturer's specification cuts and quantity schedule for all items furnished
under the contract.
.2
Detailed schematic diagram showing all specified components including
manufacturers, model numbers, signal types, wiring types, rack elevations, and
connector panel drawings.
.3
Cable logs showing destinations at both ends and cable identifiers.
.4
IP Network design and list of equipment requiring IP address on UBC LAN
.5
Drawings for all custom fabricated equipment indicating dimensions, hardware,
labelling and finish.
.6
Suspension details for all suspended equipment, with relevant engineering
stamps
.7
Details for all mounting and equipment integration that interfaces with base
building structures, as requested by the consultant team
.8
Manufacturer’s catalogue/specification cut-sheets indicating the part number,
accessories and options pertinent to the project.
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Example programming files including GUI samples, verbiage and program
flow/function map. All requested programming revisions prior to final approval of
the programming example files will be considered the responsibility of the winning
bidder, and must be undertaken at no additional cost
Coordinate documents of related divisions when joint submissions are required.
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MATERIALS AND DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2.1
General
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Provide only new equipment and material approved for the installation and suitable for
continuous operation.
.2
Where the technical guidelines do not describe a required item, furnish equipment or material
consistent with the quality of other specified products, and best suited to the purpose required.
.3
The terms “Approved Products” and “Approved Manufacturers” indicate that
products/manufacturers described are the UBC standard, and any alternate products must be
reviewed and approved in writing by UBC IT Audio Visual
.4
The terms “Typical Products” and “Typical Manufacturers” indicate that the
products/manufacturers described are commonly used at UBC, but are not necessarily an
enforced standard. Alternate products may be used, provide they are of equal or greater
quality and approved by UBC IT Audio Visual
Design Criteria
.1
Video systems will be required to support VGA/RGBHV type input signals up to 1920x1200
resolution. VGA inputs must provide EDID emulation or management.
.2
All video outputs to display devices shall be digital outputs, with scaling capability provided
either by the display device itself or by an external scaler located immediately prior to the
display device input. The scalers must be able to maintain the original signal aspect
ratio (4:3, 16:10 or 16:9), and should support VGA type computer resolutions and HDTV and
4K resolutions (720P, 1080i, 1080P, Ultra HD, 4K DCI).
.3
Video systems will be required to support TMDS digital inputs (DVI-D/HDMI) with minimum
resolutions up to 4K. The digital signal input, switching and distribution system must be HDCP
compliant (minimum to HDCP2.2).
.4
Video projection systems must be designed to deliver a minimum of 600 Lux (56 Lumens/sq.ft
or 600 Lumens/m2) in typical learning spaces with multiple zone lighting and typical blind
systems. In very large lecture theatres with screens over 14m2 image areas, and complete
ambient lighting control to a full blackout, special project by project allowances may be
considered to reduce that requirement to 375 Lux (35 Lumens/sq.ft. or 375 Lumens/m2) to
balance projector cost versus performance.
.5
Video projectors must be mounted to minimize risk of vibration or shake, either initiated by
mechanical systems or from wall movement caused by doors closing or people walking on the
floors above the projector mounts. Structural rigidity should be raised with project structural
engineer, especially where lightweight construction methods are being employed.
.6
Projectors and displays will be equipped with Sonic Shock alarms and anti-theft fittings and
hardware.
.7
User accessible rack mount equipment will be fitted with security covers and tamper proof
rack screws to prevent tampering.
.8
Projection booth glazing and projection ports must have glass with anti-reflective coating on
both sides.
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Video Source Equipment
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.3
Robotic Video Camera
.1
Where robotic PTZ cameras are used in classrooms for lecture capture or overflow
connectivity, the cameras will have HD resolution to 1080P, and the output will be
available on a suitable TMDS connector (HDMI/DVI-D).
.2
The units should use a VISCA RS-232/RS-485 or Ethernet control protocol and should
feature at least 6 internal presets that include PTZ settings and focus.
.3
The units should feature an adequately large optical zoom range so that the widest to
narrowest shots required can be achieved without using digital zoom.
.4
The cameras should be usable when mounted upright or inverted.
.5
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Panasonic
.2 Sony
.3 Vaddio
.4 Clearone
Document Camera
.1
Tabletop mounted document cameras will have a collapsible camera arm and will have
integrated top lighting for the object table.
.2
Document cameras will have a minimum resolution capability of 1280x720 on analog
VGA and DVI-D/HDMI outputs. The output signal should not be HDCP protected.
.3
The document camera must include secure table top mounting brackets to reduce risk
of theft.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Elmo
Computer Inputs
.1
VGA inputs will use panel mounted HD-15 connections, and should include an EDID
emulator where VGA signals are being scaled to digital inputs. VGA inputs must pass
all 15 pins, utilizing an HD-15 pass through connector. 5 BNC connectors will be
rejected.
.2
Input panels mounted on walls, in racks, in lectern troughs, in meeting room tables and
any other location must use industry standard Extron modular input plates, in either
MAAP or AAP format.
.3
Digital inputs will use panel mounted HDMI connectors, mounted face up or at 90
degrees, and in such a fashion as to relieve stress on HDMI connector when the cable
is inserted.
.4
VGA and HDMI inputs must include highly flexible connection cables between plates
and laptops. Overly rigid, thick, or otherwise difficult to manage cable types will be
rejected.
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Laptop cables must include a strain relief and a cable locking system to keep cables
attached to AV input plates. When input plates are wall mounted, wall mounted Jhooks will be installed for cable storage. These hooks are to be mounted securely,
adjacent the input plate, at a distance of approximately 18” apart. Hooks should be
mounted at a comfortable height that is easily accessible, and in such a way that cable
loops do not drape over/impede access to either the AV input plate, or nearby power or
data outlets.
Blu-Ray DVD with Rack Shelf
.1
Consumer quality Blu-Ray DVD players must include an integral rack mounting chassis
or be mounted to a rack shelf with fitted front panel.
.2
Blu-Ray players will be controlled by IR/Serial or wired serial controls. Where the unit
uses a remote IR flasher, the flasher must be installed inside the chassis directly over
the IR receiver.
.3
Blu-Ray players must be equipped with HDCP compliant HDMI outputs plus stereo
analog audio outputs.
.4
Blu-Ray players must have a minimum of 16 HDCP keys.
.5
Provide complete with a Middle Atlantic RSH rack shelf and fitted front panel
.6
Typical manufacturers are:
.1 Panasonic
Wireless Presentation Gateway
.1
The presentation gateway shall provide Ethernet to HDMI conversion of audio and
video signals. Portable devices shall be able to connect to the gateway through the
local Wi-Fi network.
.2
The presentation gateway shall support up to thirty two (32) user connections.
.3
The presentation gateway shall allow simultaneous display of up to four (4)
presentation sources in a quad window.
.4
The presentation gateway shall support the following operating systems:
.1
Windows XP
.2
Windows Vista
.3
Windows 7
.4
Windows 8
.5
Windows 10
.6
Mac OS X (v10.5 to v10.11)
.7
Apple iOS
.8
Android
.5
The presentation gateway shall support Apple AirPlay mirroring.
.6
Video Output Resolution: 800x600@60Hz, 1024x768@60Hz, 1280x720@60Hz
(720p60), 1280x768@60Hz, 1280x800@60Hz, 1280x1024@60Hz, 1360x768@60Hz,
1400x1050@60Hz, 1440x900@60Hz, 1600x1200@60Hz, 1920x1080@60Hz
(1080p60), 1920x1200@60Hz, 1920x1080@30Hz (1080i30).
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Audio Standards:
.1
PCM 2-channel
.8
Audio/Video Connector:
.1
One (1) female 19-pin Type A HDMI
.2
One (1) HD15 female
.3
One (1) 3.5 mm TRS mini phone jack
.9
Network Interface:
.1
One (1) LAN/Ethernet, RJ-45, 10/100/1000 Mbit
.10
Power supply:
.1
Local DC power source.
.11
Mounting:
.1
Freestanding.
.2
Surface mount.
.12
Product manufacturer shall be Crestron AM-101 or Approved Equal.
Video Switching and Distribution Equipment
.1
.2
.3
Fiber Optic HDMI Extender Transmitter
.1
Fiber optic HDMI input extenders will have at least one HDMI input connector, an HDMI
loop thru connector for a local display, a stereo audio input, and a set of multi-mode
fiber output connectors. Must be at least HDMI 1.4 compatible.
.2
The unit must be HDCP 2.2 compliant and have the option for EDID management or
emulation at the transmitter.
.3
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media 8G+
Fiber Optic HDMI Extender Receiver
.1
Fiber optic HDMI output extenders will have at least one HDMI output connector, a
stereo audio output, and a set of multi-mode fiber input connectors. Must be at least
HDMI 1.4 compatible.
.2
The unit must be HDCP 2.2 compliant and have the option for HDCP key management.
.3
Approved manufacturers are:
.1
Crestron Digital Media 8G+
Fiber Optic HDMI Extender Scaler Receiver
.1
Fiber optic HDMI output extenders will have at least one HDMI output connector, a
stereo audio output, and a set of multi-mode fiber input connectors. Must be at least
HDMI 1.4 compatible.
.2
The unit must be HDCP 2.2 compliant and have the option for HDCP key management.
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The receiver will have a built in scaler to allow resolutions of different display devices to
be matched to the system resolution. The scaler must provide an option to maintain the
original source aspect ratio.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media 8G+
Fiber Optic Digital Video Matrix Switcher
.1
Fiber optic digital video switcher will accept multi-mode fiber inputs and provide multimode fiber outputs. Matrix sizing will depend on system complexity, and should be
sized to allow for future expansion.
.2
The unit will switch TMDS video signals and be HDCP compliant.
.3
The switcher frame will include power supplies and necessary fiber input and output
cards.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1
Crestron Digital Media 8G+
Hybrid Digital Video Matrix Switcher
.1
Hybrid switchers may combine fiber optic digital video multi-mode fiber inputs and
provide multi-mode fiber outputs with copper Shielded Twisted Pair digital video inputs
and outputs in the same chassis. Matrix sizing will depend on system complexity, and
should be sized to allow for future expansion.
.2
The unit will switch TDMS video signals and will be HDCP compliant.
.3
The switcher frame will include power supplies and necessary fiber or copper input and
output cards.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media 8G+
Copper Shielded Twisted Pair Digital Video Matrix Switcher
.1
Switchers using STP copper digital video inputs and outputs. Matrix sizing will depend
on system complexity, typically 8x8 to 32x32.
.2
The unit will switch TDMS video signals and will be HDCP compliant.
.3
The switcher frame will include power supplies and necessary fiber or copper input and
output cards.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media 8G+
UTP HDMI Extender Transmitter
.1
UTP HDMI input extenders will have at least one HDMI input connector, an HDMI loop
thru connector for a local display, a stereo audio input, and UTP output connectors.
Must be at least HDMI 1.4 compatible.
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The unit must be HDCP 2.2 compliant and have the option for EDID management or
emulation at the transmitter.
.3
The extender transmitter will require only one UTP cable, and must support signal
transmission over distances of up to 100 meters.
.4
The extender transmitter must support a minimum resolution of 1080p at 60hz
.5
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media
.2 Extron
.3 Kramer
UTP HDMI Extender Receiver
.1
UTP HDMI output extenders will have at least one HDMI output connector, a stereo
audio output, and a UTP input connectors. Must be at least HDMI 1.4 compatible.
.2
The unit must be HDCP 2.2 compliant and have the option for HDCP key management.
.3
The extender receiver will require only one UTP cable, and must support signal
transmission over distances of up to 100 meters.
.4
The extender receiver must support a minimum resolution of 1080p at 60hz.
.5
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media
.2 Extron
.3 Kramer
UTP VGA Extender Transmitter
.1
UTP VGA input extenders will have one VGA input HD-15 connector, a VGA loop thru
connector for a local display, a stereo audio input, and a set of UTP output connectors.
.2
The unit must include for EDID management or emulation at the transmitter.
.3
The extender transmitter will require only one UTP cable, and must support signal
transmission over distances of up to 100 meters.
.4
The extender receiver must support a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080.
.5
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media
.2 Extron
.3 Kramer
UTP VGA Extender Receiver
.1
UTP VGA output extenders will have one VGA input HD-15 connector, a stereo audio
input, and a UTP input connector.
.2
The extender transmitter will require only one UTP cable, and must support signal
transmission over distances of up to 100 meters.
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The extender receiver must support a minimum resolution of 1920x1080.
.4
Approved manufacturers are:
.1 Crestron Digital Media
.2 Extron
.3 Kramer
Lamp Based Projectors
.1
The projector must provide at least 1 HDCP compliant digital input that supports computer
resolutions as well as HDTV resolutions, with preference given for multiple digital inputs in
HDMI 1.4 format.
.2
The native resolution of the projector should be a minimum of 1920 x 1200 for 16:10
projectors and 1080P for 16:9 projectors.
.3
DLP based projectors are preferred, but LCD and other technologies will be considered, as
long as they are field serviceable by UBC.
.4
The projectors will be equipped with horizontal and vertical lens shift.
.5
The projector must be controllable via 3rd party control systems, such as Crestron. Crestron
Connected products are preferred. RS-232, LAN or HDBaseT is accepted as a control
interface.
.6
The projectors will have the ability to have custom UBC logo start-up/no-signal screens
loaded by users in the field.
.7
Projectors used in learning spaces must have a noise level of less than 35dBA. Projectors
located in projection booths may have a noise level as high as 45dBA.
.8
The projectors must have a minimum of a 3 year warranty.
.9
Approved manufacturers are:
.1
Epson
.2
Panasonic
.3
Sony
.4
Christie
Laser Projectors
.1
The projector must have at least one (1) HDCP compliant digital input, preferably HDMI 1.4.
Displays should be specified with adequate input counts for the application.
.2
The projector must have at least one (1) HDMI input, one (1) HDBaseT input, and one (1)
RS‐232 port.
.3
The projector must have a minimum of 1920 x 1200 native resolution, and support all HDTV
resolutions plus standard computer resolutions.
.4
DLP based projectors are preferred, but LCD and other technologies will be considered, as
long as they are field serviceable by UBC.
.5
The projectors light source shall be laser diode with an expected half luminance life of 10,000
hours when running in normal mode. The projector shall be minimum 5,000 ANSI lumens.
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.6
The projectors will have the ability to have custom UBC logo start‐up/no‐signal screens
loaded by users in the field.
.7
The projectors will have interchangeable lens, and be equipped with horizontal and vertical
lens shift as required.
.8
The projectors used in learning spaces must have a noise level of less than 35dBA.
.9
The projectors must be controllable via 3rd party control systems using RS‐232 or HDBaseT.
.10
The projectors must have a minimum of a 3 year warranty.
.11
Approved manufacturers:
.1
Panasonic
.2
Sony
.3
Christie
Flat Panel Displays
.1
The flat panel displays must have at least one HD-15 VGA input with an analog audio input
that can be assigned to work with the VGA or HDMI PC input, as well as at least 1 HDCP
compliant digital input, preferably HDMI 1.4. Displays should be specified with adequate input
counts for the application.
.2
The digital inputs must be HDCP compliant
.3
The flat panel displays must have a minimum of 1920 x 1080 native resolution, and support all
HDTV resolutions plus standard computer resolutions.
.4
The display brightness should be a minimum of 400 Nits at full white.
.5
The displays should be LED array backlit LCD display
.6
The display must be controllable via 3rd party control systems, such as Crestron. Crestron
Connected products are preferred. RS-232 or LAN is accepted as a control interface.
.7
Professional displays must have a minimum of a 3 year warranty, and consumer or pro-sumer
displays must have a minimum of 1 year warranty.
.8
Typical manufacturers are:
.1
Panasonic
.2
Sharp
Manual Projection Screens
.1
Manual projection screens should only be used for screen widths less than 96” or 2450mm
wide.
.2
Manual screens of any size must have a controlled spring return option included.
.3
Manual screens must have a matte white fibreglass screen with a black backside. .
.4
For screen sizing calculations refer to the UBC Classroom Design Guidelines.
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Typical manufacturers are:
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Draper
.2
Da-Lite
Motorized Projection Screens
.1
Motorized projection screens must be used for screen widths over 96” or 2450mm wide.
.2
Motorized screens that will be integrated into an AV system with a control system must
include LV control, integrated with a standard electrical plug. In the case of very large
screens that do not allow this option, a power disconnect switch much be installed between
the LVC and building power.
.3
Motorized screens must have a matte white fibreglass screen with a black backside.
.4
Screens that are recessed within a finished ceiling must include appropriate trim kit or
recessed housing, to allow servicing and replacement from below, without a requirement to
modify or damage ceiling.
.5
For screen sizing calculations refer to the UBC Classroom Design Guidelines.
.6
Typical manufacturers are:
.1
Da-Lite
.2
Draper
2.10 PRESENTATION GATEWAY
.1
The presentation gateway shall provide Ethernet to HDMI conversion of audio and
video signals. Portable devices shall be able to connect to the gateway through the
local Wi‐Fi network.
.2
The presentation gateway shall support up to thirty two (32) user connections.
.3
The presentation gateway shall allow simultaneous display of up to four (4)
presentation sources in a quad window.
.4
The presentation gateway shall support the following operating systems:
.1
Windows XP
.2
Windows Vista
.3
Windows 7
.4
Windows 8
.5
Windows 10
.6
Mac OS X (v10.5 to v10.11) Apple iOS
.7
Android
.5
The presentation gateway shall support Apple AirPlay mirroring.
.6
Video Output Resolution: 800x600@60Hz, 1024x768@60Hz, 1280x720@60Hz (720p60),
1280x768@60Hz, 1280x800@60Hz, 1280x1024@60Hz, 1360x768@60Hz,
1400x1050@60Hz, 1440x900@60Hz, 1600x1200@60Hz, 1920x1080@60Hz (1080p60),
1920x1200@60Hz, 1920x1080@30Hz (1080i30).
.7
Audio Standards:
.1
PCM 2‐channel
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Audio/Video Connector:
.1
One (1) female 19‐pin Type A HDMI One (1) HD15 female
.2
One (1) 3.5 mm TRS mini phone jack
.9
Network Interface:
.1
One (1) LAN/Ethernet, RJ‐45, 10/100/1000 Mbit
.10
Power supply:
.1
Local DC power source
.11
Mounting:
.1
Freestanding.
.2
Surface mount.
.12
Product manufacturer shall be Crestron AM‐101 or Approved Equal.
2.11 VIDEO CONFERENCING ENDPOINT
.1
The video conferencing endpoint shall digitally compress audio and video streams in realtime
for point‐to‐point video conferencing meetings.
.2
The video conferencing endpoint shall have the following minimum performance:
.1
Protocols:
.1
H.323
.2
SIP
.2
Dual Stream:
.1
H.239
.2
BFCP
.3
Support for resolutions up to 1080p30
.4
Independent of the main stream resolution
.3
Bandwidth:
.1
1080p30 from 1472 kbps
.2
1080p60 from 2560 kbps
.4
Video Standards:
.1
H.263
.2
H.263+
.3
H.264
.5
Video Input Resolution: 1920 x 1080@60 and 59.94 Hz (1080p60), 1920 x 1080@50
Hz (1080p50), 1920 x 1080@30 and 29.97 Hz (1080p30), 1920 x 1080@25 Hz
(1080p25), 1920 x 1080@24, and 23.97 Hz (1080p24), 1280 x 720@60, and 59.94 Hz
(720p60), 1280 x 720@50 Hz (720p50), 1280 x 1024@60, and 75 Hz (SXGA), 1024 x
768@60, 70, 75, and 85 Hz (XGA), 1440 X 900@60 Hz (WXGA+), 1280 x 768@60 Hz
(WXGA).
.6
Video Output Resolution: 1920 x 1080@60 Hz (1080p60), 1920 x 1080@50 Hz
(1080p50), 1280 x 720@60 Hz (720p60), 1280 x 720@50 Hz (720p50)
.7
Audio Standards:
.1
G.711
.2
G.722
.3
G.722.1
.4
G.728
.5
G.729
.6
ACC‐LD
.7
OPUS
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IP Networking:
.1
DNS lookup
.2
IP adaptive bandwidth management
.3
H.245 DTMF tones in H.323 and RFC 4733 DTMF tones in SIP
.4
URL dialing
.5
TCP/IP
.6
DHCP
.7
802.1Q VLAN
.8
802.1p QoS
Network Interface:
.1
One (1) LAN/Ethernet, RJ‐45, 10/100/1000 Mbit
Control Interface:
.1
Full application programming interface (APIs) via TCP/IP
.3
Provide splitter adapter as required to extend camera connection.
.4
Product shall be Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize or Approved Equal.
2.12 INTERACTIVE DISPLAY SYSTEM
.1
The interactive display must have at least one (1) HDCP compliant digital input, preferably
HDMI 1.4. Display should be specified with adequate input counts for the application.
.2
The interactive display must have a minimum of 1920 x 1080 native resolution, and support all
HDTV resolutions plus standard computer resolutions.
.3
The interactive display should have an average brightness of 300 cd/m2.
.4
The interactive display should be LED array backlit LCD display.
.5
The interactive display system shall have 10‐point capacitive multi‐touch.
.6
The writing surface shall have fingerprint and scratch resistance.
.7
The interactive display must be controllable via 3rd party control systems using RS‐232.
.8
The interactive display must have a minimum of a 3 year warranty.
.9
The interactive display size shall be minimum of 80” diagonal.
.10
The flat panel displays shall be mounted using an appropriate wall mount tilt bracket. The
product manufacturer for the mount shall be Chief.
.11
Product shall be Sharp PN‐L803C, Christie FHQ842-T, Planar UR8451 or Approved Equal.
2.13 Video Wiring
.1
Duplex Multimode Fiber Optic 50/125 Cables
.1
For all 8 Gbps duplex multimode fiber optics connections, provide 50 micron core, 125
micron cladding multimode duplex fiber optics cable with an overall diameter of 3mm.
the cable jacket shall be PVC in orange colour. Insertion loss shall be smaller than
0.5dB and have a ferrule end face radius of less than 30mm. operating temperature
shall be 02 to plus 70 degrees.
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Typical products are:
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Corning Premium
.2
Crestron DM fiber
.3
Extron OM4 MM P
Duplex Multimode duplex Fiber Optics Patch Cables
.1
For all 8 Gbps duplex multimode fiber optics connections provide 50 micron core, 125
micron cladding multimode duplex fiber optics cable with an overall diameter of 3mm.
Insertion loss shall be smaller than 0.5dB and have a ferrule end face radius of less
than 30mm. operating temperature shall be 02 to plus 70 degrees. The patch cable
shall be equipped with 2 multimode LC connectors at each end. The patch cables shall
be in the following overall length 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m,
.2
Typical products are:
.1
Corning Premium
.2
Crestron DM fiber
.3
Extron 2LC OM4 MM P
CAT5e Shielded Twisted Pair Video Cable
.1
Must be certified to minimum CAT5e specifications, 350 MHz bandwidth
.2
Must include end to end foil shield with 100% coverage
.3
Must include 4 pairs of 24 AWG solid copper conductors
.4
Maximum overall cable diameter is 0.260”
.5
Must be available in both plenum and non-plenum rated versions
.6
Typical manufacturers are:
.1
Belden
.2
Crestron
HDMI Cables
.1
Must be minimum HDMI 2.0 certified
.2
Must support minimum data transfer rate of 10.2 Gbps, and minimum 48 bit colour
depth
.3
Cables shorter than 15’ in length must support a minimum resolution of 2160p/4K UHD
at 30hz
.4
Cables greater in length than 15’ must support a minimum resolution of 1080p/Full HD
at 60 hz
.5
Must support a minimum of 8 high bandwidth, uncompressed multichannel audio
streams
.6
Must include high quality, gold plated connectors
.7
Must be highly flexible. Overly rigid, thick, or otherwise difficult to manage cable types
will be rejected.
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.8
Where cable runs are longer than those attainable with standard HDMI cabling,
appropriate transmitter/receiver extender sets, HD-BaseT extenders, or signal
boosters should be specified.
.9
Cables should include factory manufactured ends. Modular cables (Rapid Run, etc.)
will be rejected.
.10
Typical manufacturers
.1
Kramer
.2
Crestron
.3
Extron
2.14 Video Connectors
.1
Fiber Optics Connector Modules
.1
Systems using fiber optic cables must have the fiber trunks be terminated in fiber optic
patch bays or modular connector termination boxes in the AV racks and in the lectern.
.2
Extenders, transmitters, receivers and switchers will be connected to the patch bays or
termination boxes using pre-fabricated fiber-optic patch cables.
.3
Typical: Corning Pretium Plug & Play Classic CCH-CP24-D3 series.
3.0
EXECUTION
3.1
Installation
3.2
.1
Secure all equipment, except portable equipment, in place with a safety factor of at least five
(calculate mounting based on object weight x 5). Adequately ventilate all equipment for worst
case power dissipation. No item of equipment shall produce residual noise in excess of NC30 when measured from the centre of the enclosing room.
.2
Install all equipment in such a manner as to present no safety hazard to operating personnel.
Mounting, Rigging and Seismic Restraint
.1
All overhead mounting or rigging installations of video projectors and flat panel display
equipment must have received the approval of a Professional Engineer registered in
British Columbia, at the shop drawing stage prior to installation.
.2
Rigid and fixed mounting systems (brackets, tube and clamp, frames etc.) used for any
piece of suspended equipment must have a safety cable attached between the
suspended device and the superstructure used to support the mounting system. The size
and construction of the safety cable, and attachment points must be suitable to support
the weight of the equipment being restrained.
.3
Flexible rigging systems (chain and aircraft cable) must be installed by a Certified Rigger.
Flexible mounting systems must have suitable seismic restraint sway bracing provided.
Seismic restraint systems must be approved by a Professional Engineer registered in
British Columbia.
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All free standing equipment racks, trolley or caster equipped racks intended for
permanent locations, free standing or platform mounted loudspeakers, video projectors,
and other equipment with significant mass and freedom of movement must be equipped
with a seismic restraint system that can be disconnected for servicing the equipment.
Wiring
.1
Neatly arrange cables with Velcro cable wraps. Avoid tight bundling, and twist cable bundles
into a spiral configuration before installing cable ties. Allow a minimum of a 1 metre spiral
bound slack service loop when entering racks or panels. Exercise care to avoid damage to
wiring or equipment.
.2
Make all signal connections within systems with rosin-core solder or approved mechanical
connectors. Untidy or cold solder joints will be rejected. Use proper crimping tools for
mechanical connectors.
.3
Do not splice cables except with permission of the Owner, or their designated Consultant
.4
All connections using shielded pair audio cable should include cable dressing as follows. The
shield, or drain wire should have a clear Teflon, or green PVC, or heatshrink sleeve covering
exposed conductor between the connector, or termination and the cable jacket. A heat shrink
boot, or Hellerman sleeve should be used on any cable that uses a braided shield or spiral
wrap shield where the cable is dressed for termination.
.5
Isolate all BNC video connectors from building ground on all panels, plates and bulkheads.
.6
Install video cable in a manner that will prevent sharp bends or kinks. Use right angle BNC
connectors where necessary to prevent cable kinking in shallow electrical boxes.
.7
All RJ-45 connections shall be terminated in accordance with this TIA/EIA-568B standard.
Grounding and Shielding
.1
Isolate all racks containing sound system equipment from the building and electrical grounds.
Bond adjacent equipment racks with #6 AWG insulated ground cable. Connect all racks
containing sound system equipment to only the dedicated video system ground point. Conduit
and tray systems containing audio, video and control wiring will be permanently connected to
the electrical ground.
.2
Do the utmost to prevent ground loops of any type, including use of ground isolators when
necessary.
Marking
.1
Mark all wiring with PVC or neoprene slip-on sleeves, or with tape type markers with a clear
heat shrink boot, indicating approved circuit number. All labels must be machine printed.
Hand written labels will be rejected.
.2
Mark all remote or outboard power supplies with permanent labels to indicate which devices
they power, and mark all power cables at the U-GND connector where plugged in to the
power outlets to indicate which devices they power.
.3
Log IP address and other relevant network info of all network enabled devices, and include IP
table of all system IP info with as-built documentation.
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Record circuit numbers and wire destinations on as-built drawings and schedules. List spare
circuits.
Nameplates
.1
Dymo labels are not acceptable. Decal type labels (Brother P-touch) are not acceptable in
high traffic or high wear applications. All nameplates shall be printed on a black background,
with white text.
.2
Identify all racks and panels as specifically noted on the drawings.
.3
Submit all nomenclature to the Owner, or their designated Consultant for approval prior to
installation.
.4
All blank rack panels shall be solid black, and include no logos or company advertising.
Integrator(s) may not install custom logos, decals, stickers, or electronic images on any
equipment, and will remove any such items at their own expense
Testing
.1
.2
.3
Measure, verify, and document proper operation of the high resolution video system by
measuring and document the line loss in RGBHV cable as follows:
.1
Use either a 1280x800 or 1920 x 1200 (match test resolution to main display native
resolution), 60Hz vertical computer video test signal generator signal that produces
peak white levels, connected at one end of each cable, with red, green and blue test
signals operating at 0.7V P-P and the H and V sync signals at TTL levels. At the other
end of each cable, measure the signal with an oscilloscope of suitable bandwidth. Line
loss should not exceed 2dB.
.2
Test the video system wide high frequency response using an indicator/generator using
the contrast transfer function (CTF)
Measure RGBHV video distribution amplifier or switcher performance, including frequency
response, gain and noise levels:
.1
Check frequency response using either a 1280x800 or 1920 x 1200 (match test
resolution to main display native resolution), 60Hz vertical computer video test flat field
signal at the input of each device, and with a oscilloscope at each of the red, green, and
blue outputs of each device, the signal should not exceed 2dB loss at 150MHz.
.2
Check and adjust gain using either a 1280x800 or 1920 x 1200 (match test resolution to
main display native resolution), 60Hz vertical computer video test signal generator with
a 75% colour bars red, green, and blue output level of 0.7V p-p, at the input of each
device, and with an oscilloscope at each of the red, green and blue outputs of each
device, adjust for unity gain. ±0.5dB.
.3
Check noise level using the following method. With no signal at the input of each
device, measure noise levels at the output(s) on an oscilloscope. Noise voltage levels
shall not exceed -55dB, which is 1.0mV p-p ref. 0.7V p-p.
Multi-scan RGB Computer/video Display devices
.1
Set image configuration of the display device according to the setup (front/table,
front/ceiling, rear/table, rear ceiling) (to the extent provided by the display device)
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.2
Perform optical and electronic focus (center edge and corner) to achieve maximum
center-edge focus alignment (to the extent provided by the display device)
.3
Perform geometrical alignment (size and shift adjustments of: horizontal, vertical, tilt,
skew, bow, keystone, pincushion, amplitude, linearity, etc.) to achieve optimal image
alignment on the specified image area (to the extent provided by the display device).
.4
Adjust static and dynamic R-G-B convergence to achieve pixel alignment of maximal
acceptable ½ pixel offset centre and edge (to the extent provided by the display device).
.5
Adjust image aspect ratio as well as blanking settings according to the specified image
area/size (to the extent provided by the display device)
.6
Minimize the usage of digital keystone adjustments by aligning the projector physically
and properly adjusting the optical keystone correction.
.7
Adjust Black level according to the PLUGE test pattern
.8
Set the Gamma Correction to 2.2 for all video display devices (Make sure all display
sources such as cameras are set at 0.4545
.9
Adjust Input Balance (Black/White Balance) by using a source signal with dominant
white and white areas and adjust according to the manufacturers specifications size (to
the extend provided by the display device).
.10
Adjust the colour balance for correct exposure by using a greyscale. White nor grey
shall have color and the waveform shall show no evidence of subcarrier
.11
Check for, and eliminate “hum bars”, “jitter”, ghosting” and other visible interference or
degradation.
.12
Adjust display device pixel clock and image phase according to the source dot clock (In
case of various sources adjust per source and store in display device memory settings).
Measure, verify, and document proper operation of the fiber optic or CAT5e based video
system performance in accordance to the TIA/EIA-568-B.3 standards:
.1
Test and document end-to-end attenuation for each simplex and duplex multimode fiber
optics link to determine optical power loss between each cable termination point.
.2
Measure and document fiber optics cable systems insertion loss for each connectorized
cable link, using a stabilized optical source and an optical power meter to compare the
difference in optical power levels in dBm, by measuring how much light is put into the
near end and how much light is exiting the far end. Use factory approved 50/125 core
test jumpers only. Perform this procedure in accordance to the TIA/EIA OFSTP-14A
multi-mode fiber testing specifications.
.3
To prevent high order modes from invalidating the power loss testing they must be
attenuated during the referencing step to obtain a valid measure of the optical power
travelling along the fiber core using the mandrel wrapping method. Use a mandrel
diameter of 22mm for the multimode 3.0mm jacketed 50/125 core fiber optics cabling
system.
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.4
For all fiber optics cable runs longer than 100m (300feet) conduct and document a
signature trace using an optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) to locate fiber
events and measure losses attributable to cable, connectors & splicing.
.5
For all Crestron Digital Media systems, provide a complete Digital Media test report
Forward to the Owner, or their designated Consultant a complete report detailing test results
obtained above, accompanied by a letter certifying that all video components meet
manufacturer's specifications and that the system is complete and ready for inspection.
Test Equipment
.1
.2
.3
Provide video test equipment on site during check-out where necessary to measure and
document the system performance outlined in section 3.8:
.1
800 MHz oscilloscope
.2
Video test generator with analog and digital video signal resolutions up to 1920x1200
pixels, as well as 720P and 1080P HDTV signals
Provide the following fiber optics test equipment on site during check-out where necessary to
measure and document the system performance outlined in section 3.8:
.1
Optical meter, optical sources, two test jumpers & adapters, for 850nm & 1310nm
multimode & single mode fiber optical systems testing
.2
Optical Time Domain reflectometer (OTDR) and test fiber box for 850nm & 1310nm
multimode & single mode fiber optical systems testing
.3
Fiber termination microscope
Provide test equipment of professional quality and in good working order. Substandard
equipment will be cause for rejection. The Owner, or their designated Consultant reserves
the right to demand proof of equipment accuracy.
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