section 17850 closed circuit television camera (cctv) system

section 17850 closed circuit television camera (cctv) system
Caltrain Standard Specifications
SECTION 17850
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION CAMERA (CCTV) SYSTEM
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01
1.02
DESCRIPTION
A.
Section includes requirements for the Closed Circuit Television Camera (CCTV)
System and associated Local Area Network (LAN) as a subsystem of Caltrain
station communications. These requirements are for standard Caltrain station
video surveillance applications. For other applications (i.e. maintenance facilities,
tunnels, bridges, infrared/wireless CCTV, etc.) refer to the corresponding project
additional specific requirements.
B.
Coordinate and provide interfaces between the station Communications
Equipment Room (CER) and the station CCTV subsystem. Note that, in absence
of CER, some Caltrain stations may still utilize outdoor Station Communications
Cabinets (SCC) also sometimes referred to as Communications Interface Cabinets
(CIC). In the future, SCC’s/CIC’s will be phased out and upgraded to CER’s. In
these specifications, for simplicity, the terms “SCC” and “CIC” are omitted. The
term “CER” is used instead and it covers all types of station central
Communications equipment implementation.
C.
The design (from concept to final stage), installation and acceptance shall follow
CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) guidelines. The
design, installation, testing and acceptance shall be approved and witnessed by
CPTED certified personnel and Caltrain.
REFERENCED STANDARDS
A.
Electronic Industries Association (EIA):
1.
B.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
1.
C.
E.
Rules Part 15, Sub-part J – Equipment Authorization Procedures
International Standards Organization (ISO):
1.
D.
Standards 170, 232, 250C and 485
9001
Quality Management Systems - Requirements
Military Standards (MIL-STD)
1.
454
Standard General Requirements for Electronic Equipment
2.
810E
Method 509 Procedure 1 – exterior salt atmospheres
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
1.
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National Electric Code (NEC)
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1.03
F.
National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
G.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
D.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND CONFIGURATION
A.
Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTVs) at each passenger station shall be
connected into the Station LAN to consolidate data at the Communications
Equipment Room (CER) via a 100/1000 Mbps multi-port redundant Ethernet
Station LAN switches.
B.
Redundant Ethernet switch ports at the CER are provisioned at least 100 Mbps
for a separate CCTV Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) to segregate the CCTV
traffic from all others on the network.
C.
The station CCTV VLAN shall share the station LAN 1000 Mbps Ethernet
backbone bandwidth with other station subsystems. The station LAN 1000 Mbps
backbone will operate in a physical ring topology via the station single-mode
fiber optic cable.
D.
Depending on the cabling distance, each station CCTV location shall be directly
connected to its assigned network switch using dedicated either copper
(Category 6) or fiber optic cable and raceway.
E.
CCTV cameras requiring Power over Ethernet (PoE) shall utilize Cat 6 cable. The
Distribution Cabinet redundant Ethernet Switches shall either incorporate PoE
capable Ethernet ports or utilize external PoE power injectors. The external
power injectors shall be used only for locations where the Ethernet switches are
existing and do not incorporate PoE capable ports functionality.
F.
At field locations where the VMS (visual message sign system) occupy the same
pole as the CCTV, separate raceway will be used for each subsystem.
G.
CCTV cameras connections shall be equally distributed between two redundant
switches/rings.
When available, CCTV cameras with integrated network
switching and route protection capabilities shall be provided dual copper or fiber
cable connectivity for maximum network redundancy.
H.
All station cameras will use TCP/IP protocol. Digital video recorders, mobile
computer, and motion detection software will be housed in the station CER.
I.
Products specified herein will cover digital (IP) cameras. The design preference
of choice for new construction is an IP video camera to reduce cabling, electronic
components, and power consumption. Whenever cabling distances allow, IP
cameras shall operate Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3af.
J.
The station CCTV system components shall be compatible with the Caltrain
existing CCTV headend in Caltrain headquarters in San Carlos provided by Verint
Nextiva. The modifications to the existing Caltrain headend will be performed by
Caltrain. The Contractor shall facilitate integration of the new station CCTV
equipment into the existing CCTV headend and coordinate with Caltrain on the
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design, implementation and testing details of the new equipment affecting the
existing system.
1.04
DETAILED WORK SCOPE
A.
This work includes installing field CCTV assemblies consisting of camera, zoom
lens, pan/tilt drive, power supply and standard or dome enclosure. Work scope
includes furnishing and installation of CCTV assembly, cabling, network
electronics, and CCTV interface panel and the station Digital Video Recorder
(DVR). The work also includes furnishing and installing communication interface
for fiber optic and data cable. Camera assembly shall include all necessary for
proper operations pole or surface mounting and attachment hardware and
electrical cabling and connections.
B.
The CCTV camera system shall include, but not be limited to, the following
components and features:
1.
CCTV camera with auto focus zoom lens at a mounting height above the
platform or station surface as detailed in the Contract drawings.
2.
The CCTV Camera assembly and/or mounting hardware shall allow for
the specified pan and tilt.
3.
Standard or dome, watertight environmental housing, and, if required by
design, capable of being pressurized.
4.
Mounting hardware with no exposed camera control or power wiring.
5.
CCTV camera pole with or without the use of a lowering device, with a
pole height above the platform surface as detailed in the site specific
drawings (stand-alone CCTV camera poles are typically used only if the
existing station structures cannot be utilized).
6.
Site data/power cabling for IP cameras.
7.
Camera control electronics and equipment (i.e., hardware and software).
8.
CCTV assembly with azimuth and labeling capabilities.
9.
Power, and data/video cables for external power supplies (if required),
images, and camera controls.
10.
Transient voltage suppression and surge/lightning protection.
11.
Network communication cables.
12.
Power over Ethernet injectors as required by the camera locations and
design.
13.
Indication of the blank out or privacy zone positions using text messages
on the video display.
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1.05
14.
Image and data transfer using the specified network communication
media.
15.
Video processing, storage and display equipment.
16.
Any and all ancillary equipment required for a fully operational, shared
surveillance system.
17.
NTCIP compatible driver.
18.
4-wire 422 interface, if applicable.
19.
Text labeling on video display.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Refer to Section 17000, Basic Communications Technical Requirements, for
related and additional submittal requirements.
B.
Submit detailed catalog data for all equipment and materials, including
accessories.
C.
If proposed CCTV mounting is not an off-the-shelf item or was not originally
designed to be used for the proposed mounting arrangement, submit structural
design, including drawings and calculations, signed and sealed by a Structural
Engineer licensed in the state of California.
D.
With each Design Review level, submit the updated CCTV coverage map. The
CCTV coverage map shall identify for each camera: camera type and model;
mounting elevation; tilt; direction of coverage, radius of coverage; horizontal
and, where necessary, vertical angles of view. Coordinate with Caltrain the
desired level of detail (pixel per foot) requirements for each camera. Typical
high priority targets require camera resolution of more than 40 pixels per foot
(forensic level of details); the remaining areas typically require at least 20 pixels
per foot (general level of details).
E.
With each Design Review level, submit the proposed WAN/LAN/VLAN IP
addressing scheme and security scheme for all new CCTV elements to match the
addressing scheme and security scheme of the existing Caltrain CCTV headend.
F.
Submit installation drawings no later than 14 days prior to installation of the
CCTV system. Include description of modifications and the cutover sequence for
incorporating of the new CCTV equipment into the existing Caltrain CCTV system
and fall-back procedures (in case something goes wrong). Proceed with the
installation only after the Engineer approval of installation submittal.
G.
Testing: Conduct local station CCTV testing to verify each camera’s settings and
coverage details as per the approved Design Submittals. After the successful
local testing and the cutover to the existing CCTV headend, assist Caltrain
personnel with integrated headend/field CCTV system testing. All tests shall be
done as per the approved test procedures and witnessed/signed-off by the
Contractor and Caltrain. Prior to signing off a tested equipment/function; if
found, each issue in the Contractor’s scope of work shall be corrected by the
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Contractor and retested prior to final acceptance by Caltrain. Submit, within 15
days after conclusion of system testing, a report of final Test Procedures and the
Results obtained from these tests.
H.
As-Built Documentation: Submit complete As-Built documentation and drawings,
as specified in Section 17000, Basic Communications Technical Requirements, for
equipment. Also, the As-Built documentation shall contain the asbuilt CCTV
System coverage areas, the station CCTV equipment final LAN/WAN and
Software configuration settings.
I.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Provide documentation containing complete
details of the delivered equipment including operating and maintenance
procedures and manuals.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01
GENERAL
A.
Typical Station CCTV System Components:
1.
Integrated camera assembly: Depending on each camera type, it may
include following elements: camera, lens, housing, pan-tilt drive unit,
infrared illuminator, fan/heater/blower, fiber transceiver, power supply,
mounting brackets and other mounting hardware.
Some CCTV Camera manufacturers provide for complete “all-in-one”
camera assemblies, where all elements are already included and match
(do not require separate design and manual labor for the assembly) and
include all necessary equipment for mounting and termination. These
types of CCTV assemblies provide significant saving for the project by
simplifying the design and reducing the amount of labor.
CCTV camera assemblies are typically made specifically for either
outdoors or indoor applications. Some vendors, however, produce
universal types of camera assemblies, which may be used for either
environment.
2.
An integrated camera assembly is connected (via the associated
conduits) to the closest point of service, which is typically the closest
redundant Ethernet switch located at either the nearby Distribution
Cabinet (DC) or Communication Equipment Room (CER). Typically PoE
is used for powering the camera assemblies.
For remote locations, a fiber optic cabling is used, which requires the
camera assembly to incorporate a fiber transceiver and for the designers
to identify local sources of power. Where installation of the fiber cabling
is problematic, a wireless link maybe considered for the remote sites.
Implementation of the wireless links; however, is not recommended (due
to numerous challenges of the transit environment) and shall be
considered as a last option resort.
3.
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A rack-mounted Station CCTV DVR equipment with all necessary
hardware and software configured to communicate with the Caltrain
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existing headend. The station DVR equipment shall be mounted into
either the dedicated rack within CER; or dedicated standalone rack in
telecommunication closet.
4.
2.02
All other materials necessary for installation of the CCTV and other
cabinets and camera assembly (including materials required to interface
the CCTV camera assembly to the electrical power) as required.
INTEGRATED IP FIXED CAMERA ASSEMBLY
A.
Product Description:
1.
The specified product shall be a high-resolution Day/Night network
camera integrated into an all-weather NEMA 4/IP66 rated enclosure
designed for both indoor and outdoor applications. The integrated
camera is an industrial grade, color, and full-featured, day/night 5.0
megapixel network camera.
The unit consists of 1) a camera and lens module, 2) a wall, ceiling, and
parapet arm, and 3) a power/data back box. The camera shall be
powered via the Ethernet (Power-Over-Ethernet) using an IEEE 802.3af
power source or may be powered directly via 12-24VDC or 24VAC.
The product shall be designed to meet or exceed industrial and
surveillance applications requiring a low power, rugged video camera
with IP network capability. The camera shall have a built-in web server
and FTP server.
B.
General Product Requirements:
1.
The specified product shall be a high-resolution, Day/Night ½-inch
optical format, network camera integrated into an all-weather NEMA 4 /
IP66 rated enclosure designed for both indoor and outdoor applications.
2.
The operating temperature range shall be -22 deg F to +122 deg F.
3.
The integrated camera shall be an industrial grade, color, and fullfeatured, Day/Night 5.0 megapixel network camera with ½-inch optical
format.
4.
The camera shall be powered via the Ethernet (Power-Over-Ethernet)
using an IEEE 802.3af power source or powered directly via 12-24VDC or
24VAC.
5.
The power/data back box shall allow entry of cables from the rear of the
box that pass through two ½-inch Heyco watertight fittings. A ½-inch
NPT mount shall also be available at the bottom of the box to
accommodate cables or conduit.
6.
The back box shall be supplied with arm hangers to hold the camera/arm
module in place on the back box during wall, ceiling, or parapet
mounting installation.
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C.
7.
The back box shall provide both input and output alarm trigger
connections.
8.
The camera unit shall have a pivoting arm to allow the product to be
wall, ceiling, or parapet mounted without requiring any additional
hardware.
9.
The camera housing shall be 360 deg adjustable in the pan direction and
180 deg in the tilt direction.
10.
The camera shall be vandal and tamper-resistant.
11.
The product shall be available with any of the following lenses:
a.
4-12 mm, f1.4, ½-inch CS format, wide varifocal IR corrected
lens
b.
12-40 mm f1.4, ½-inch CS format, telephoto varifocal IR
corrected lens
c.
1.8-3 mm, f1.8, ½-inch CS format, ultra wide varifocal IR
corrected lens
12.
To simplify lens setup during installation, an analog output for a display
monitor shall be accessible when the lens housing is separated from the
camera housing.
13.
A mechanical reset button shall be available in the back box to return the
camera to the factory default setup.
Camera Specifications:
1.
The Day/Night high-resolution color camera specified shall incorporate a
progressive scan CMOS imager with a 1/2-inch optical format, not less
than 5.0 million megapixels and shall have a dichroic infrared mirror.
2.
The image resolution shall be minimum 2560(H) x 1920(V) pixels. The
camera’s aspect ratio (horizontal vs. vertical lines) shall be user
configurable and not limited to only 4:3 or 9:6 aspect ratios.
3.
The camera shall produce 10 frames per second (fps) at full 2560(H) x
1920(V) resolution. The maximum frame rates are 10fps at 4:3 aspect
ratio and 13fps at 16:9 aspect ratio.
4.
Minimum light requirement to produce a color image shall be
approximately 0.30 lux (0.03 fc) with a f1.2 lens. When in the IR
sensitive Night mode, less than 0.05 lux (.005 fc) will produce a black
and white image.
5.
The camera shall provide automatic white balance, automatic exposure,
gain control, electronic shutter, and backlight compensation. It shall use
MJPEG (and MPEG-4/H.264, if available) video-compression. The images
can be viewed via a standard browser.
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D.
6.
A night mode feature, shall slow the shutter speed down to enhance the
nighttime sensitivity of the camera.
7.
The camera shall have on-camera storage. Provide for a minimum 32GB
card for on-camera storage purposes.
8.
Digital image authentication shall be optionally available and licensed to
verify that images have not been altered, manipulated, or tampered
with, in any way.
9.
The camera shall provide on-screen time/date and text displays. The
text display can be programmed to dynamically change when motion
alarms are detected.
10.
The camera shall provide built-in motion detection allowing up to eight
separate, rectangular motion windows (zones) to be independently
configured. Each window may have its interior pixels included or
excluded from consideration by the motion detection algorithm.
Windows configured to have pixels included in the motion calculations
shall allow the threshold of both the sensitivity (pixel values) and size
(quantity of pixels) to be set.
11.
The camera shall provide on-screen, digital, pan/tilt/zoom on live or
recorded video.
12.
Provide User and Administrator password protection levels.
13.
Up to eight (8) rectangular privacy windows may be configured to mask
out specific video from view in the image.
14.
The camera shall capture image sequences by time lapse intervals or
trigger events and transfer the jpeg images via FTP and/or e-mail.
15.
Specialized software that enables multiple users to receive alerts via a
pop-up window when the camera receives an internal or external trigger
shall be available via an optional license upgrade.
Camera Networking Requirements:
1.
The camera shall incorporate a built-in web server, built-in FTP server,
and a built-in FTP client.
2.
Camera functionality shall be available to users running versions of Java
VM and web-browser applications released after January 1, 2004.
3.
The camera shall provide integrated support for IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP,
ARP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, HTTP, RARP, BOOTP, SNMP, Telnet, and TFTP
protocols.
4.
The camera shall provide a multiview function where a single browser
page shall be capable of displaying streaming images from up to nine
cameras simultaneously.
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E.
F.
G.
5.
No unique or proprietary client software shall be required for viewing or
controlling the camera.
6.
The camera shall be user configurable and the administrator may
functionally or aesthetically modify the camera’s web pages.
7.
The camera shall provide for up to 64 area-of-interest streams that can
be independently created of any size and aspect ratio and with any
desired display resolution. Substream frame rate can also be configured,
up to the maximum frame rate delivered by the camera.
8.
The camera shall offer a web interface for quick creation of up to three
substream windows with auto-port configuration of each stream.
Camera Recording/Playback Requirements:
1.
The manufacturer shall offer optional, licensable embedded
recording/playback software that allows images to be recorded to an
external FTP server.
2.
Images may be stored at a fixed periodic record rate and/or when
triggered by motion and/or external input. Playback shall allow all
images recorded to be viewed forward or backward in time.
3.
The camera shall record all images in a proprietary file format.
4.
The camera shall include pre-event and post-event recording, time-date
search, JPEG snapshot, and AVI export functionality.
Event (Alarm) Handling Capability:
1.
The camera shall be capable of recording an event as pre and post event
images. The camera shall also be able to transfer the event’s JPEG
images to an FTP server via File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Events may be
triggered using camera motion detection or from an external device
input such as a relay.
2.
When triggered from an external input or the camera’s motion detector,
the camera shall be capable of sending JPEG images via e-mail and/or
sequences of images to an FTP server.
3.
A relay output shall be available upon the activation of the camera’s
motion detector or external relay input. The relay output may also be
manually activated from the live view screen.
Back box Connections:
1.
RJ-45 Ethernet connector (IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant)
2.
Punch Down terminal for CAT5, CAT5e, or CAT6 cable
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3.
H.
I.
J.
K.
Screw terminal: Direct power for 12-24VDC or 24VAC, Trigger In and
Trigger Out
Electrical Specifications:
1.
Power Consumption: 6 watts maximum
2.
Power requirement: 12-24VDC or 24VAC or via IEEE 802.3af Powerover-Ethernet on CAT5, CAT5e, or CAT6 cable
Mechanical Specifications:
1.
Weight (without lens): 96oz (2839g)
2.
Dimensions: 15.36 L x 5.18 W x 9.58 H inches
3.
Lens: As required by the application
4.
The camera shall feature solid-state components to resist shock and
vibration and have no moving parts
Environmental Specifications:
1.
Temperature range: -22 deg. F to +122 deg. F
2.
Environmental Enclosure rating: IP66/NEMA 4
Certifications and Approvals:
1.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
a.
b.
2.
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Emissions:
i.
FCC, Class A part 15
ii.
EN 55022:1998 with A1:2000, A2:2003; Class A
iii.
CISPR 22: 1997 with A1:2000, A2:2002; Class A
iv.
AS/NZS CISPR 22:2002; Class A
Immunity:
i.
EN 55024:1998 with A1:2001, A2:2003
ii.
CISPR 24:1997 with A1:2001, A2:2002
Safety:
a.
EN 60950-1:2001 with A11:2004
b.
IEC 60950-1:2001
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3.
L.
2.03
Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS):
All material and/or
components used in the manufacture of the product shall be in
compliance with the EU Directive 2002/95/EC RoHS.
IP camera assembly shall be IQinVision model IQeye Sentinel Series, IQeye855v7
or Caltrain approved equal.
INTEGRATED DOME IP CAMERA ASSEMBLY
A.
B.
Product Description:
1.
The product specified shall be an all-in-one vandal/tamper resistant 5.0
megapixel resolution color dome camera designed for indoor/outdoor
applications providing multiple H.264 (MPEG4, Part 10) and simultaneous
MJPEG streams that can be individually configured. The dome camera
shall provide 10fps at maximum resolution with audio, and shall conform
to the ONVIF and PSIA standards.
2.
The camera shall provide for Day/Night functionality with high sensitivity
for use in low light indoor/outdoor applications, and is prepackaged with
a varifocal IR corrected lens to allow manual zoom and focus
adjustment.
3.
The dome camera shall be constructed of cast-aluminum housing with
polycarbonate dome bubble and auto tracking inner liner. The dome
camera shall be designed to protect against water and dust to IP66 /
NEMA 4 standards; require low power the dome camera such as PoE
(IEEE 802.3af) compliant, or direct power by 12-24VDC or 24VAC.
General Product Requirements:
1.
The specified product shall be a high-resolution, Day/Night ½-inch
optical format, network camera integrated into an all-weather NEMA 4 /
IP66 rated enclosure designed for both indoor and outdoor applications.
2.
The operating temperature range shall be -22 deg F to +122 deg F.
3.
The integrated camera shall be an industrial grade, color, and fullfeatured, Day/Night 5.0 megapixel network camera with ½-inch optical
format.
4.
The camera shall be powered via the Ethernet (Power-Over-Ethernet)
using an IEEE 802.3af power source or, if necessary, powered directly
via 12-24VDC or 24VAC.
5.
The power/data back box shall allow entry of cables from the bottom of
the dome that pass through watertight fittings.
6.
Various types of mount shall also be available to accommodate various
types of mounting surfaces (i.e. wall, ceiling, or parapet) and/or
mounting installations.
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7.
The assembly shall provide both input and output alarm trigger
connections.
8.
The IP dome camera shall have a 3-axis gimbal providing 360˚pan, 90˚
tilt and 350˚ azimuth for easy camera positioning.
The camera shall provide for audio input/output: Microphone/Line In
and Line Out
9.
C.
10.
The camera shall be vandal and tamper-resistant.
11.
The product shall be available with any of the following lenses: An
integrated 3-13mm megapixel IR corrected varifocal lens with F1.4, and
1 / 2.5” optical format.
12.
To simplify lens setup during installation, an analog output for a display
monitor shall be accessible when the lens housing is separated from the
camera housing. TCP/IP protocol video output via a RJ-45 Ethernet
connection and an NTSC (PAL) analog video output via a BNC connection
outputs may be used simultaneously.
13.
A mechanical reset button shall be available to return the camera to the
factory default setup.
14.
The IP dome camera shall conform to the ONVIF and to the PSIA
standards.
Camera Specifications:
1.
The Day/Night high-resolution color camera specified shall incorporate a
progressive scan CMOS imager with a 1/2-inch optical format, not less
than 5.0 million pixels and shall have a dichroic infrared mirror.
2.
The image resolution shall be minimum 2560(H) x 1920(V) pixels. The
camera’s aspect ratio (horizontal vs. vertical lines) shall be user
configurable and not limited to only 4:3 or 9:6 aspect ratios. The
camera shall produce 10 frames per second (fps) at full 2560(H) x
1920(V) resolution and at either 4:3 aspect or 16:9 aspect ratios.
3.
The IP Dome camera shall have three video streams that can be
individually configured for H.264 and MJPEG from the webpage and API
interface. The IP dome camera shall have three video streams that can
be independently configured for different resolutions. The IP dome
camera shall have quality control over the MJPEG image stream with four
selectable quality values from the webpage interface and with 86
selectable compression values from the API interface.
4.
Minimum light requirement to produce a color image shall be
approximately 0.30 lux (0.03 fc) with a f1.2 lens. When in the IR
sensitive Night mode, less than 0.05 lux (.005 fc) will produce a black
and white image. The IP dome camera shall provide an automated IR
filter that will automatically switch from color to monochrome enhancing
low lighting or in applications where IR illumination is utilized.
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D.
5.
The camera shall provide automatic white balance, automatic exposure,
gain control, electronic shutter, and backlight compensation. Dome
camera dynamic range shall be 71dB. It shall use H.264 and MJPEG
video-compression. The images can be viewed via a standard browser.
6.
A night mode feature shall slow the shutter speed down to enhance the
nighttime sensitivity of the camera.
7.
The camera shall have on-camera storage using Micro SD Class 6+. The
Contractor shall provide a minimum 32GB card for on-camera storage
purposes.
8.
Digital image authentication shall be optionally available and licensed to
verify that images have not been altered, manipulated, or tampered
with, in any way.
9.
The camera shall provide on-screen time/date and text displays. The
text display can be programmed to dynamically change when motion
alarms are detected.
10.
The camera shall provide built-in motion detection allowing up to eight
separate, rectangular motion windows (zones) to be independently
configured. Each window may have its interior pixels included or
excluded from consideration by the motion detection algorithm.
Windows configured to have pixels included in the motion calculations
shall allow the threshold of both the sensitivity (pixel values) and size
(quantity of pixels) to be set.
11.
The camera shall provide on-screen, digital, pan/tilt/zoom on live or
recorded video.
12.
Provide User and Administrator password protection levels.
13.
Up to eight (8) rectangular privacy windows may be configured to mask
out specific video from view in the image. Dome camera shall provide
image cropping.
14.
The camera shall capture image sequences by time lapse intervals or
trigger events and transfer the jpeg images via FTP and/or e-mail.
15.
Specialized software that enables multiple users to receive alerts via a
pop-up window when the camera receives an internal or external trigger
shall be available via an optional license upgrade.
16.
Dome camera will allow for an optional license upgrade that allows the
creation of day and night configuration files for image optimization
Camera Networking Requirements:
1.
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The camera shall incorporate a built-in web server, built-in FTP server,
and a built-in FTP client.
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E.
F.
2.
Camera functionality shall be available to users running versions of Java
VM and web-browser applications released after January 1, 2004.
3.
The camera shall provide integrated support for TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS,
DHCP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, NTP, UPnP, ZeroConf, APIPA,
UDP multicast, SNMP, FTP, SMTP, Telnet, CIFS protocols.
4.
The camera shall provide a multiview function where a single browser
page shall be capable of displaying streaming images from up to nine
cameras simultaneously.
5.
No unique or proprietary client software shall be required for viewing or
controlling the camera.
6.
The camera shall be user configurable and the administrator may
functionally or aesthetically modify the camera’s web pages.
7.
The camera shall provide for up to 64 area-of-interest streams that can
be independently created of any size and aspect ratio and with any
desired display resolution. Substream frame rate can also be configured,
up to the maximum frame rate delivered by the camera.
8.
The camera shall offer a web interface for quick creation of up to eight
substream windows with auto-port configuration of each stream.
Camera Recording/Playback Requirements:
1.
The IP dome camera shall support on camera storage of time lapse and
event recording using micro SD Class 6+ media.
2.
Images may be stored at a fixed periodic record rate and/or when
triggered by motion and/or external input. Playback shall allow all
images recorded to be viewed forward or backward in time.
3.
The camera shall record all images in a proprietary file format.
4.
The camera shall include pre-event and post-event recording, time-date
search, JPEG snapshot, and AVI export functionality.
5.
The dome camera shall allow for an optional license upgrade that
creates a unique encrypted digital signature that identifies the camera
that produced the image and detects if the image has been altered.
Event (Alarm) Handling Capability:
1.
The IP dome camera shall have an event handler allowing the camera to
send an image or video clip to on-camera storage, FTP site, email
address, and or network attached storage when receiving an internally or
externally generated event.
2.
When triggered from an external input or the camera’s motion detector,
the camera shall be capable of sending JPEG images via e-mail and/or
sequences of images to an FTP server.
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A relay output shall be available upon the activation of the camera’s
motion detector or external relay input. The relay output may also be
manually activated from the live view screen.
Connections:
1.
RJ-45 Ethernet connector (IEEE 802.3af PoE compliant)
2.
Punch Down terminal for CAT5, CAT5e, or CAT6 cable
3.
Screw terminal: Direct power for 12-24VDC or 24VAC, Trigger In and
Trigger Out
4.
Analog Service Port: for NTSC and PAL video outputs with 1Vp-p levels
5.
Micro SD Card Media Slot
6.
Alarm I/O terminals
Electrical Specifications:
1.
Power Consumption: 5.3 watts maximum
2.
Power requirement: 12-24VDC or 24VAC or via IEEE 802.3af Powerover-Ethernet on CAT5, CAT5e, or CAT6 cable
Mechanical Specifications:
1.
Weight (without lens): 96oz (2839g)
2.
Dimensions: 15.36 L x 5.18 W x 9.58 H inches
3.
Lens: As required by the application
4.
The camera shall feature solid-state components to resist shock and
vibration and have no moving parts
Environmental Specifications:
1.
Temperature range: -4 deg. F to +122 deg. F
2.
Environmental Enclosure rating: IP66/NEMA 4
Certifications and Approvals:
1.
Electromagnetic Compatibility:
a.
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Emissions:
i.
FCC, class A part 15
ii.
EN 55022:1998 with A1:2000, A2:2003; Class A
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b.
2.
3.
L.
2.04
iii.
CISPR 22: 1997 with A1:2000, A2:2002; Class A
iv.
AS/NZS CISPR 22:2002; Class A
Immunity:
i.
EN 55024:1998 with A1:2001, A2:2003
ii.
CISPR 24:1997 with A1:2001, A2:2002
Safety:
a.
EN 60950-1:2001 with A11:2004
b.
IEC 60950-1:2001
Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS):
All material and/or
components used in the manufacture of the product shall be in
compliance with the EU Directive 2002/95/EC RoHS.
IP camera assembly shall be IQinVision model IQeye Alliance Pro Series,
IQA35NE-B6 or Caltrain approved equal.
INTEGRATED PTZ IP CAMERA ASSEMBLY
A.
Product Description
1.
The specified product shall be a high-resolution, PTZ HD Rapid Dome,
10X optical zoom, 360 degree pan rotation and a tilt range of 210
degrees, Day/Night network camera assembled into a rugged, sealed
outdoor IP66 and/or NEMA 4X rated enclosure designed for both indoor
and outdoor applications. The integrated camera is an industrial grade,
color, and full-featured, day/night PTZ HD network camera.
The assembled unit shall consists of 1) a camera and lens module; 2)
enclosure; 3) a wall, ceiling, or pole mounting, 4) heater/blower; 5)
120VAC in and 12VDC and 24VDC out power supply; 6) fiber optic media
converter; and 7) a power/data connector back box.
The camera and heater/blower shall be powered by 12VDC output of the
camera enclosure power supply. The fiber optic transceiver shall be
powered by 24VDC from the camera enclosure power supply. The
camera enclosure power supply shall be powered by 120VAC brought
from the adjacent DC or CER. The 120 VAC power and communications
single-mode fiber optic cables shall be run together within the same
raceway.
The product shall be designed to meet or exceed industrial and
surveillance applications requiring a low power, rugged PTZ video
camera with IP network capability. The camera shall have a built-in
web server and FTP server.
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B.
General Product Requirements
1.
The specified product shall be a high-resolution, PTZ, Day/Night 1/3-inch
HD CMOS optical format, network camera integrated into an all-weather
NEMA 4X / IP66 rated enclosure designed for both indoor and outdoor
applications.
2.
The operating temperature range shall be -20 deg F to +145 deg F.
3.
The integrated camera shall be an industrial grade, color, and fullfeatured, Day/Night, PTZ HD network camera with 1/3-inch optical
format.
4.
The camera shall be powered directly via 12VDC from the enclosure
power supply.
5.
The enclosure shall house the camera/lens (while enabling its PTZ
features), 120VAC power supply; heater/blower unit; fiber-optic
transceiver; and shall allow entry of cables that pass through watertight
fittings, which include harsh environment IP67 or better cable seal strain
relief connector ports.
6.
Various types of mount shall also be available to accommodate various
types of mounting surfaces (i.e. wall, ceiling, pole or parapet) and/or
mounting installations.
7.
The assembly shall provide both input and output alarm trigger
connections.
8.
The camera PTZ features shall include a built-in 10X optical, auto-focus
zoom lens, and 12X digital zoom capability; and capable of 360 degree
pan rotation and a tilt range of 210 degrees. Zoom movement speed
shall be of approx. 1.0 second (optical wide to optical tele). Maximum
pan/tilt speeds of 400° per second and minimum pan/tilt speeds of 0.1°
per second
9.
The camera shall provide for audio input/output: Microphone/Line In and
Line Out
10.
The camera assembly shall be vandal and tamper-resistant, featuring
camera tampering detection function that alerts the operator if the
camera is tampered with. Tampering can include spraying the camera
lens, covering it with a cloth, or changing the mounting direction.
11.
The product shall be available with any of the Integral 10X (5.1 to 51
mm) F1.8 to F2.1, Auto-focus zoom and IR compensated type lens.
12.
To simplify camera setup during installation, an analog output for a
display monitor shall be accessible when the lens housing is separated
from the camera housing. TCP/IP protocol video output via a RJ-45
Ethernet connection and an NTSC (PAL) analog video output via a BNC
connection outputs may be used simultaneously.
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13.
C.
The fiber optic transceiver/media converter shall convert incoming (over
two fiber optic single-mode strands terminated with SC connectors)
100BASE-FX (1310 nm) signal into traditional copper 10/100BASE-TX
(RJ-45) signal connecting to the camera network port. The media
converter shall be powered by 24VDC output of the enclosure power
supply.
Camera Specifications:
1.
The Day/Night high-resolution color camera specified shall incorporate a
progressive scan CMOS imager with a 1/2-inch optical format, with 720p
HD resolution.
2.
The image resolution shall be minimum 1280(H) x 720(V) pixels. The
camera shall produce 30 frames per second (fps) at full 1280(H) x
720(V) resolution in 16:9 aspect ratio. It shall use JPEG, MPEG-4 and
H.264 Triple Codec video-compression. The images can be viewed via a
standard browser.
3.
The camera shall incorporate a built-in 10X optical and 12X digital zoom
capability with integrated 5.1 to 51 mm F1.8 to F2.1 auto-focus zoom
lens.
4.
Minimum light requirement to produce a color image shall be
approximately 1.9 lux. When in the Night mode, less than 0.17 lux will
produce a black and white image. The video signal-to-noise ratio shall
be more than 50dB.
5.
The camera shall provide automatic white balance, automatic exposure,
gain control, electronic shutter, and backlight compensation.
6.
The camera shall be capable of guard tour, which can be used to
program up to sixteen (16) presets and moves to each preset
sequentially when guard tour is activated. It shall be capable of shadow
tour, which is used to learn an operator's PTZ control actions (including
those made with a joystick) and then repeats the motions on command
7.
The camera shall be capable of recording image and sound files on the 8
MB of built-in memory or transferring the files to an FTP server. The
camera shall have a built-in compact flash card slot to allow the use of
additional compact flash memory, or allow the use of the manufacturer
specified compact flash wireless LAN card (SNCA-CFW5). The Contractor
shall provide for suitable 32GB card (minimum) for additional storage of
the camera data.
8.
The camera shall have RS-232C, RS-422, and RS-485 interfaces and
support the Pelco D and VISCA Protocol. It shall also have a 14-pin I/O
interface located on the rear of the base. There shall be four alarm
input ports, and two Alarm/relay output ports. The Alarm input port
shall be opto-isolated.
9.
The camera shall be capable of 360 degree endless pan rotation and a
tilt range of 210 degrees with maximum pan/tilt speeds of 400 degrees
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per second and minimum pan/tilt speeds of 0.1 degrees per second. It
shall incorporate a built-in 10X optical and 12X digital zoom with zoom
movement speed of approximately 1.0 second (optical wide to optical
tele). The camera shall have ten (10) user defined presets, with a
repeatable mechanical preset accuracy of ±0.045° (typical). It shall be
capable of an e-flip function, a feature when the camera passes the
down position, electronically flips the image 180 degrees.
D.
10.
The camera shall provide for built-in Intelligent Motion Detection (IMD)
capability. To minimize false triggers, the IMD shall compare the current
image with prior 15 frames within the camera. The IMD algorithm shall
allow the camera to discriminate against some environmental noise such
as shaking leaves or AGC noise. IMD function shall support at least five
Video Motion Filters (VMF) to trigger alarms based on pre-defined rules.
The camera shall have a “camera tampering” detection function that
alerts the operator if the camera is tampered with. Tampering can
include spraying the camera lens, covering it with a cloth, or changing
the mounting direction.
11.
The camera shall provide on-screen, digital, pan/tilt/zoom on live video.
12.
Provide User and Administrator password protection levels.
13.
The camera shall be capable of masking up to thirty two (32) privacy
areas and provide for image cropping.
14.
The camera shall capture image sequences by time lapse intervals or
trigger events and transfer the jpeg images via FTP and/or e-mail.
15.
The camera shall support IEEE-802.1X authentication.
16.
Provide any specialized software required for setup and optimization of
the camera.
Camera Networking Requirements
1.
The camera shall support 10/100BASE-TX communications and
incorporate a built-in web server, built-in FTP server, and a built-in FTP
client.
2.
Camera functionality shall be available to users running versions of Java
VM and web-browser applications released after January 1, 2004.
3.
The camera shall provide integrated support for TCP, IPv4, IPv6, DNS,
RTP/RTCP, RTSP, UDP, ARP, HTTP, HTTPS, ICMP, SMTP, FTPs, FTPc,
DHCP, NTP and SNMP (MIB2) protocols. Network security shall be via
Password (basic authentication) and IP filtering.
4.
The camera shall be capable of supporting up to ten (10) users
simultaneously over the network. It shall be capable of dynamic IP
address change notification. It shall accomplish this via an email to a
specified address or by HTTP when its IP address changes.
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5.
The camera shall be compliant with the ONVIF (Open Network Video
Interface Forum) specification.
6.
The camera shall be user configurable and the administrator may
functionally or aesthetically modify the camera’s web pages.
7.
The camera shall have up to six user-specific level settings. The camera
shall have an Adaptive Rate Control (ARC) function when using MPEG-4
and H.264 compression. This function when enabled, shall allow the
camera to maintain the frame rate at a reduced image quality when
network congestion occurs. Should network bandwidth become further
restricted, the frame rate shall then drop automatically to a suitable
speed to maintain image integrity.
8.
The camera shall offer a web interface, 802.1X authentication; support
QoS technology and user configurable port settings.
Camera Recording/Playback Requirements:
1.
The manufacturer shall offer optional, licensable embedded
recording/playback software that allows images to be recorded to an
external FTP server or locally to on-camera an asbuilt memory or media
card.
2.
Images may be stored at a fixed periodic record rate and/or when
triggered by motion and/or external input. Playback shall allow all
images recorded to be viewed forward or backward in time.
3.
Recorded images and data storage shall be no less than 14 days.
Camera Event (Alarm) Handling Capability:
1.
The camera shall be capable of recording an event as pre and post event
images to an asbuilt memory or an on-board Media Card. The camera
shall also be able to transfer the event’s JPEG images to an FTP server
via File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Events may be triggered using camera
motion detection or from an external device input such as a relay.
2.
When triggered from an external input or the camera’s motion detector,
the camera shall be capable of sending JPEG images via e-mail and/or
sequences of images to an FTP server.
3.
A relay output shall be available upon the activation of the camera’s
motion detector or external relay input. The relay output may also be
manually activated from the live view screen.
4.
The camera shall support Voice alert function, which can automatically
play an audio file stored on the camera by an alarm trigger using motion
detection, DEPA Advanced VMFs, camera tampering detection or via a
sensor input
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Camera Connections:
1.
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
2.
Punch Down terminal for CAT5, CAT5e, or CAT6 cable
3.
Screw terminal: Direct power for 12VDC or 24VAC
4.
Analog video: 75 Ohm BNC connector
5.
Analog installation setup port: RCA Female
6.
Card Media Slot
7.
Alarm I/O terminals
8.
Audio: mini-jack connectors to support external microphone and active
speakers
Camera Electrical Specifications:
1.
Power Consumption: 30 watts maximum
2.
Power requirement: either AC 24V or DC 12V
Camera Mechanical Specifications
1.
Dimensions: approximately 6 1/8 inches (Dia.) x 9 inches (H) (not
including the projecting parts)
2.
Lens: As required by the application
Camera Environmental Specifications
1.
Temperature range: +32 deg. F to +122 deg. F
2.
Operating humidity: 20% to 80% (non-condensing)
Camera Enclosure Requirements
1.
Camera Enclosure shall be designed to provide for a fully functional
housing for the CCTV Ethernet network camera specified herein.
2.
It shall be designed for CCTV cameras for commercial, industrial, or
government applications requiring a rugged, sealed outdoor rated
camera enclosure with compatibility to house a broad range of Pan Tilt
Zoom (PTZ) or fixed Mini-dome cameras that are commercially available
for IP, and High Definition, and CCTV capability. The Camera Enclosure
shall be minimal outdoor protection rating of IP66 and/or NEMA4X. The
Camera Enclosure shall include harsh environment IP67 or better Cable
Seal strain relief connector Ports.
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3.
The housing will provide power to compatible cameras @ 12 VDC & 24
VDC, and environmental control board for providing power to protective
elements which could include two high output 10 CFM Fans, and
integrated internal dual ply foil & foam insulation for optimal thermal
protection
4.
It shall provide integrated capacity for bolt on wall and/or compatible
with optional brackets with capacity for strap mounting pole mounting of
enclosure. Provide for provision of any necessary mounting and cable
management equipment to provide for a fully functional PTZ Camera
assembly.
5.
The Camera Enclosure shall be compatible with a media connection cable
of Category 5 and/or Category 5 Enhanced and/or Category 6 twisted
pair (UTP) cable, using RJ45 compliant connectors, & CCTV coaxial
cabling.
6.
Housing Power:
7.
8.
a.
Source Supply Voltage @ enclosure:
30VAC/VDC
b.
Voltage available to power Camera and accessories; 12VDC @
25 watts max, and 24VDC @ 25 watts maximum. Total sum
power to camera or accessories is 50 watts maximum.
Housing Mechanical Specifications:
a.
Exterior 14.9” (L) x 13.4” (H) x 11.7” (W)
b.
Interior: 8.6 (dia @ mount base) x 9.3 tall (6.8 dia. max @ lens)
(maximum camera size)
c.
Hinged Lower with Captive Stainless Steel Fasteners
d.
Rugged Polycarbonate Housing (0.160” wall)
e.
Clear Acrylic Viewing Lens bubble 6.8” dia. x 3.7” deep
f.
White Semi-gloss finish to PC housing
g.
Protective Urethane foam Gasket Seals
h.
Integrated wall mounting tabs
i.
Integrated Omni Antennae mounting tab on side
j.
Certifications NEMA 4x / IP66
Housing Environmental Specifications:
a.
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95-264VAC & 20-
Operating Temperature Range: -20 deg F to +145 deg F
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L.
b.
Housing shall meet or exceed a rating of NEMA4X and/or IP66
c.
Housing shall have two cable entry ports rated to IP67 for power
& data cables
d.
Housing shall be suitable for deployment into wide range of
moderate environments of Residential, Commercial, Industrial,
Marine, Desert, and other indoor & outdoor installations.
Industrial Mini Media Converter Requirements:
1.
Industrial Mini Media Converter shall be designed to provide for a fully
functional fiber-to-copper Ethernet communications conversion for the
CCTV Ethernet network camera specified herein.
2.
Industrial Mini Media Converter shall provide for integration of fiber optic
cabling into industrial or outdoor 10/100 UTP Ethernet networks.
It
shall feature wide operating temperature range, low-voltage DC power,
multiple mounting methods and lifetime warranty, and shall be designed
for harsh outdoor or industrial applications.
3.
General Features:
4.
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a.
Unit and Port LEDs to provide quick status
b.
Auto-Negotiation
c.
Fixed Full-Duplex on fiber
d.
AutoCross™ on copper port
e.
Link Pass Through
f.
Automatic Link Restoration
g.
Far-End-Fault
h.
DC Powered
Specifications:
a.
Fiber Ethernet Signal: 100BASE-FX, 1310 nm with link budget:
16.0 dB and max distances: 12.4 mi
b.
Fiber Connector type: SC
c.
Fiber type: Single Mode
d.
UTP Ethernet Signal: 10/100BASE-TX
e.
UTP Ethernet Connector type: RJ-45
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M.
2.05
f.
Status LEDs: PWR (Power); FX-Link/Act (Fiber Link/Activity);
TX-Link/Act (Copper Link/Activity)
g.
Dimensions: Width: 1.8" x Depth: 3.3" x Height: 0.85"
h.
Power Consumption: 2.5 watts
i.
Power Sources: 12-48VDC
j.
Operating Temperature: -40°C to 75°C
k.
Humidity 5% – 95% humidity non-condensing
l.
Regulatory Compliance FCC Class A, CISPR22/EN55022
m.
Class A, EN55024, CE Mark
n.
Warranty: lifetime
The following equipment shall be used:
1.
IP camera shall be Sony model SNC-RH124 or Caltrain approved equal
2.
IP camera outdoor housing shall be Dotworkz model D2 Tornado with
MVP Multi-Volt Platform or Caltrain approved equal
3.
The Industrial Mini Media Converter shall be Transition Networks model
M/E-ISW-FX-01(SM) or Caltrain approved equal
CABLING
A.
Furnish and install a UTP Category 6, 4-pair cable with RJ45 connectors between
the assigned Distribution Cabinet or CER and the camera location.
B.
Furnish UTP cables that are terminated at the CCTV camera end and at the surge
suppressor at the cabinet’s or CER’s point of entry. Install the cable from the
CCTV camera end to the cabinet termination point leaving sufficient slack in the
cable for normal camera operation and maintenance. Provide slack cable in the
CCTV cabinet in accordance with the design.
C.
Provide cables to connect from the UTP or composite cable termination points
(i.e., termination point with surge suppressors) to the redundant Ethernet switch
located in the assigned Distribution Cabinet or CER.
D.
Where design prohibits use of UTP cabling (due to cabling distances exceeding
300 ft or high EMI levels) furnish, install and terminate a 4-strand single-mode
fiber cable. Such installation shall be accompanied by the corresponding
installation and termination of the CCTV 120VAC UPS-backed power wiring and
shall be routed in separate raceways from the power wiring for the station’s
remaining subsystems. The corresponding standard Media Converter or Media
Converter with IEEE802.3af PoE/PSE supply (i.e. Etherwan model EL1032 or
Caltrain approved equal) shall be implemented on the receiving end as per the
project design.
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2.06
CCTV MOUNT
A.
B.
2.07
As a part of the Design Submittals, prior to installation and termination of the
CCTV System conduits and cabling, submit to Caltrain for approval the conduit
and cabling labeling scheme. See Caltrain Standard Specifications Section
17050, Basic Communications Equipment, Material and Methods.
Furnish and install the CCTV camera assembly-mounting arm at locations as
shown on the Contract Drawings and all necessary attachment hardware,
grounding and miscellaneous hardware. The mounting arm shall mate with the
CCTV assembly support pole.
A conduit passageway through the pole at the camera-mounting arm shall be
used to pass the UTP and/or, where applicable, other cables through the pole to
the CCTV mounting arm and then into the CCTV camera assembly.
C.
The cabling may be a combination CCTV communication and power cables. The
arm shall completely conceal all cables so there is no exposed wiring outside the
pole, cabinet and camera.
D.
The attachment of the CCTV camera assembly to the mounting arm and the
electrical connections and the attachment of the arm to the camera support
structure shall be in accordance with the camera manufacturer’s installation
recommendations. The arm mounting to the support pole shall not use ”U” bolts
or banding as the attachment hardware.
E.
The design of the attachment hardware shall provide a secure connection
between the pole and the camera-mounting arm. The design and fabrication of
the CCTV mounting arm to support pole hardware shall be submitted for review
and approval to the Engineer. Provide a Caltrain approved CCTV assemblymounting arm that meets the structural, functional and aesthetic needs of the
project. The required mounting arm may or may not be an off the shelf product
provided by the CCTV camera assembly manufacturer or vendor. It shall be
acceptable to design and have fabricated a specialty arm that shall meet the
specific needs of the project subject to Caltrain’s approval.
NETWORK DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER (DVR)
A.
General Product Description:
1.
This description lists the technical specifications for the station video
Nextiva Recorder Server.
2.
All software components shall be part of the manufacturer’s standard
software product offering. All software components shall be thoroughly
tested and proven in reference installations. The Network Video
Recorder solution shall be DHS certified as an anti-terrorism technology.
3.
The station DVR solution shall have flexible, open architecture built on
accepted industry standards that support a Workgroup Windows
Environment; Active Directory Domain Environment and unified
workstation logon based on Windows authentication. The station DVR
shall have flexible configuration architecture that facilitates video
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resolution transcoding in order to stream video in a low bandwidth
connection to the Review and Client SDK applications.
B.
4.
The specified product is an all-in-one multichannel (a channel per a
camera) Network Video Recorder, providing for recording, local and
remote surveillance; intelligent video analytics and enhanced file security
by digital watermark required by the station CCTV System.
5.
For recording functions, the device supports continuous/ manual/
schedule recording; alarm recording (by motion detection or sensor
triggered); multiple alarm recording schedules; megapixel recording;
Motion-JPEG, MPEG-4, MxPEG and H.264 recording; audio recording
(vary by camera models).
6.
For surveillance functions, the device supports diversified modes for live
monitoring; smart control of PTZ cameras and auto cruising; event
notification on monitoring; real-time SMS and email alert; multi-channel
playback at different speed; easy data search by date & time, timeline,
event, and intelligent video analytics (motion detection, foreign object,
missing object, out of focus, and camera occlusion).
7.
The station DVR shall provide support for IP (network) cameras from
multiple third party manufacturers and various encodings including
MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264.
8.
The station DVR shall support video motion detection natively. This
operation can be executed by the edge device or the IP Camera.
Enabling motion detection shall be performed either: on a continuous
basis; scheduled for particular times, dates, days, months, etc.; defined
areas of interest through an easy-to-use user interface using simple
editing tools; and/or at a defined level of sensitivity.
9.
The Recorder shall use standard COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf)
server technology and storage attachments including certified for EMC
storage solutions. Video storage implementations for the station DVR
shall be either be internal, external SCSI-attached, external Fibre
Channel-attached, or external iSCSI SAN (depending on the application’s
functions, storage and performance requirements).
7.
The station DVR solution shall be capable of supporting multiple site
locations linked via LAN / WAN connections.
Station DVR Interfaces:
1.
The station DVR shall support the ability to support third-party IP
cameras via the Service SDK which can be used to develop adaptors for
any IP camera.
2.
The station DVR shall support H.264, MJPEG and MPEG-4 compression
from edge devices and IP cameras.
3.
The station DVR
Workstations.
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shall
support
H264
de-compression
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C.
4.
The station DVR shall support an unlimited number of dry-contact inputs.
5.
The station DVR platform shall support an unlimited number of drycontact outputs.
6.
The station DVR shall operate over a Local Area Network (LAN)/Wide
Area Network (WAN), using a standard Ethernet 100/1000 Base-T
connection.
7.
The station DVR shall support either or both Unicast or multicast over
the enabled network.
8.
The station DVR shall transmit video using the UDP/IP or TCP/IP
communication protocol.
9.
The station DVR shall transmit all command and control messages using
the TCP/IP protocol.
10.
The station DVR shall generate alerts on disabled camera inputs.
11.
The station DVR shall support the ability to support third-party keyboards
via the Service SDK which can be used to develop adaptors for any third
party Keyboard.
12.
The station DVR shall support additional PTZ Keyboard Camera
Commands such as:
a.
Call up Patterns
b.
Camera Menu Commands
c.
Auxiliaries
d.
Home Position
e.
Flip Camera 180 degrees
13.
The station DVR shall support all station CCTV equipment installed under
the current project.
14.
The station DVR equipment shall be fully compatible with the existing
Caltrain Nextiva CCTV Hardware and Software Head End located at
Caltrain Headquarters in San Carlos.
Station DVR Requirements:
1.
The station Recorders shall store video on COTS equipment using hard
drives as storage medium. The recorders also have the capability to
support the attachment of external storage devices.
2.
The station Recorders shall be certified with optional EMC storage
solutions.
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3.
The station Recorders shall be certified to Record in VMware
environment.
4.
The station Recorder Server shall be configured to run Master Server
functions, Recording, Storing, Media Gateway Server, Live View and the
Review applications simultaneously (including simultaneous support of
multiple users/streams/views) for cost-effective deployments.
The
Contractor shall select vendor-recommended hardware and software for
the station DVR to be able to support such performance requirements for
multiple simultaneous tasks operations (with no task interfering with any
other task).
5.
The Recorder shall run autonomously and continue to Recorder once
configuration is received.
6.
The Recorder shall support the ability to fail-over to another recorder or
group of Recorders dynamically without user intervention.
7.
The station Recorder Server shall have the ability to record
simultaneously all station cameras at their maximum resolution and the
lowest level of compression (maximum quality); and store the recorded
CCTV video at the local station storage for at least 14 days. Also, to
support future growth, the performance and storage of the station DVR
equipment shall be rated to handle additional 50% of similar station
CCTV equipment. As a part of the design submittals, submit all
necessary calculations for performance and storage requirements of the
CCTV system and identify adequate and up-to-date equipment/software
similar to the lists below.
8.
The station DVR and, if applicable, external storage shall utilize High
Reliability and Smart Features, such as:
9.
a.
Advanced RAID (RAID 5/ 5 + hot spare/ 6/ 6 + hot spare/
JBOD) with hot-swap design
b.
Large storage capacity for long-term recording
c.
Intelligent auto power on when power resumes after power
outage
d.
Supports UPS for 24x7 service
e.
Two Gigabit LAN ports for failover, load-balancing, or multi-IP
setting
The minimum requirements for a server hosting Master Server and
Recorder services with internal storage are listed below.
a.
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Processor and Speed: Vendor recommended microprocessors
based on up-to-date available hardware and to meet functional
requirements above
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10.
11.
b.
Memory: Vendor recommended memory type and size based on
the up-to-date available hardware and to meet the functional
requirements above
c.
Boot Drive: 2 X 80 GB SATA in RAID 1 configuration
d.
Video Storage Drives: SATA with capacity and redundancy as
specified
e.
Operating System:
Win2003 SE Server R2 , SP1 or SP2
ii.
Windows 2008 SP2
f.
Video Card: 128 MB RAM, 1024x768
g.
NIC: 100/1000 BASE
h.
8X DVD Writer
The minimum requirements for a server hosting a Master Server and
Recorder with external storage for video are listed below:
a.
Processor Speed: Vendor recommended microprocessors based
on up-to-date available hardware and to meet functional
requirements above
b.
Memory: Vendor recommended memory type and size based on
the up-to-date available hardware and to meet the functional
requirements above
c.
Boot Drive: 2 X 80 GB SATA in RAID 1 configuration
d.
Operating System:
i.
WIN XP + SP2
ii.
Win2003 SE Server R2 , SP1 or SP2
iii.
or Windows 2008 SP2
e.
Video Card: 128 MB RAM, 1024x768
f.
NIC: 100/1000
g.
8X DVD Writer
Media Gateway Server requirements:
a.
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i.
In order to enable live views at the Caltrain Headquarters
headend of the station’s high resolution cameras over the
existing Caltrain low-bandwidth WAN links (partial T1 lines
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between stations and the Caltrain Head End CCTV equipment),
the station DVR shall provide for the Media Gateway
functionality.
D.
b.
The Media Gateway Server shall be capable of running all video
transcoding and WAN transport services. The Media Gateway
Server shall transcode received video from IP cameras or edge
devices at a certain resolution and them convert and send the
low resolution video through a bandwidth limited WAN link.
c.
The Media Gateway shall properly packetize video to transverse
NAT’s and Firewalls using IP with a maximum of 2 ports.
d.
The Media Gateway shall support Review User Priorities when
multiple remote Review user requests for video exceed the
bandwidth of the WAN/LAN link.
Station DVR General Software Requirements
1.
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The station DVR shall have a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows
the user to quickly configure and apply the following parameters:
a.
All cameras configurations
b.
All recorder configurations and resolutions
c.
All work schedules
d.
User and access rights and privileges
e.
Create schedules and apply them to specific camera groups
f.
Configure cameras and recorders individually and as a group in
system components
g.
Support event management and recording; establishment of
rules and follow up actions
h.
Video storage locations, settings and schedules;
management of long-term storage and archiving
i.
Add and edit interactive site plans and Maps
j.
View live video, retrieve recorded video, and export video into
desirable media (authenticate video to enable users to verify
that the video has not been modified since it was recorded).
This includes viewing of live or historical alarm events and the
associated video by scanning of recorded video for activity thru
an energy graph that indicates levels of activity.
k.
Manage multiple windows (up to 16) and the associated rules
and priorities
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2.
E.
Control PTZ cameras and configure PTZ presets/patterns/tours
m.
Group cameras and maps at and define multiple levels of groups
and maps
n.
Support digital zoom on live or recorded video, without requiring
a video pause
o.
Manage images’ date and time, text annotation, adjust the
brightness and/or contrast; smooth, sharpen, grayscale and
other filtering
p.
Select video to be exported and from a precise start time and
end time
q.
Save the image to disk in various standard file formats
r.
Be video analytics ready
s.
Support failover/redundancy (where required)
t.
Configuration of the Media Gateway functionality for downscaling
high resolution video-streams into resolutions of lower quality
and lower bandwidth requirements for live view of such images
at the Caltrain CTV Head End via the low bandwidth (partial T1)
WAN links to the stations
u.
Support setup of health check settings for live monitoring and
detailed system performance metrics on system components,
including all server-side software applications, edge devices, and
cameras (including cameras’ out-of-focus, tampering detection
and full/partial blockage of the view)
Prior to implementation and configuration of the station DVR, for each
Design Review Level, submit for Caltrain’s approval the proposed
settings for all software functions described above.
Product, Server and Storage requirements:
1.
2.08
l.
The station DVR shall be Verint Nextiva Recorder Server with internal
storage on the Dell PowerEdge R710 platform (or the most current
approved substitute), and the Nextiva Recorder Server with external
SCSI or Fibre Channel storage on the Dell PowerEdge R410 platform (or
approved up-to-date hardware platforms recommended by the vendor).
The chosen platforms shall meet the storage and performance
requirements listed within these specifications (based on the Contractor
calculations and approved by the Caltrain).
UPDATES TO THE CALTRAIN EXISTING CCTV HEADEND SOFTWARE
A.
As a part of the Design Submittals, submit to Caltrain for approval the IP
addressing scheme and security scheme for all station CCTV System elements.
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B.
Caltrain will program into the existing Caltrain CCTV Head End Verint software
the new station CCTV cameras, DVRs and other CCTV network elements. The
Contractor shall assist the Caltrain personnel with the integration (and the
associated configuration/testing) of the station CCTV equipment into the existing
Caltrain CCTV Head End.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
At locations where new cabinets are installed, new UPS electrical services shall
be installed as shown on the plans. The new electrical services shall be sized to
accommodate the equipment to be installed in the cabinets.
B.
Where multiple subsystems devices share the same pole or location, provide
separate Category 6 or fiber optic cabling and conduit per device. Subsystem
devices shall not share cables conduits, or other pathway.
C.
Integrated Camera Assembly: Install an integrated camera assembly, UTP or
composite cable, camera interface panel, and camera-mounting arm at locations
as show in the Contract Drawings.
D.
Where cameras are located less than 9 feet above the surrounding ground
surface physical protection shall be utilized to protect them from vandalism.
E.
No field cabinets shall be used for the CCTV at camera positions. The CCTV
camera shall stand alone with Category 6 or fiber optic cable connectivity to its
assigned Distribution Cabinet or CER (whichever is closer or practical).
F.
CCTV Assembly Installation:
1.
Mount the CCTV assembly on the mounting arm in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendation and at locations as shown in the site
specific drawings. Install the camera assembly UTP or composite cable
in accordance with the routing as shown in the Contract Drawings. Make
all necessary cable connections.
2.
Feed all cable connections from the CCTV Camera assembly leaving
sufficient slack in the cable for normal movement and maintenance of
the CCTV camera assembly. After installation and cable termination an
initial test shall be performed to confirm that the camera has been
installed properly and functions correctly from the CCTV cabinet location.
This initial test is not a replacement or substitute for any acceptance
test.
3.
Perform the CCTV assembly manufacturer’s initial power-on test in
accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendation. Ensure that the
camera assembly receives all pan/tilt/focus/zoom telemetry settings by
exercising the camera assembly to verify each telemetry function.
4.
Perform additional testing conforming to any other CCTV camera
manufacturers recommended procedure to confirm that the initial
functionality is operational. With either a test monitor or other device as
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recommended by the CCTV Camera assembly manufacturer confirm that
a video image is present from the installed camera assembly.
G.
H.
CCTV Mount:
1.
Furnish and install a mounting bracket for a pole mount, which includes
the pole attachment hardware, clamps, bolts and bracket arm. “U” bolts
and strap supports will not be allowed.
2.
Mount the CCTV mounting bracket at the cardinal direction as shown in
the Contract Drawings. Ground the mounting arm as shown in the
Contract Drawings.
CCTV Connectivity:
1.
Install CCTV camera to include UPS power receptacles, dc power supply,
terminal strips, lightning and voltage suppressors, grounding strips, and
internal wiring.
2.
Connect camera UTP or fiber-optic cable connector(s) to integrated
camera assembly per manufacturer installation manual. Terminate
camera cables in cabinet as follows:
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a.
Power:
Terminate ac/dc+, ac/dc-, and ground wires and
connect to camera power supply surge suppressor provided in
cabinet. All CCTV equipment shall utilize UPS backed power.
b.
Fiber Optic Communications: Fiber Optic cabling shall be 4
strand single-mode cable suitable for outdoor installations and
made of non-metallic elements. Terminate all 4 strands of the
single mode fiber optic cable with SC connectors at each end of
the cable. Connect two of these strands to the fiber optic
transceiver / media converter inside the camera enclosure and at
the corresponding media converter at the Station LAN redundant
Ethernet switch within DC or CER (whichever is closer). These
two strands will be used for the video communications and the
remaining two strands will serve as “ready to use” spare.
c.
Video: During the initial field setup, if available, terminate coax
cable
with
BNC
connector
as
per
manufacturer
recommendations. For UTP cable, use RJ45 connectors.
d.
Wiring, Conductors and Terminal Blocks: Use stranded copper
for all conductors, including those in jacketed cables, except for
earth ground conductors, which shall be solid copper. Neatly
arrange all wiring, firmly lace or bundle it, and mechanically
secure the wiring without the use of adhesive fasteners. Route
and secure all wiring and cabling to avoid sharp edges, and
conflicts with other equipment or cabling. Route camera copper
communications wiring separately from 120Vac wiring.
Terminate all wiring on a terminal block, strip, buss bar or device
clamp or lug; do not splice any wiring. Use a minimum #12
AWG for all conductors for 120 Vac circuits except for the 120
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VAC supply circuit for the camera and pan/tilt unit. The gauge
of the power wiring for the PTZ camera assemblies shall be
determined by the voltage drop and conduit fill ratio calculations.
The minimum gauge for the PTZ camera assemblies’ power
wiring shall be #16AWG. Install all wiring as shown in the
Contract Drawings.
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e.
Neatly dress the cables in the cabinet, and reach the
connectorized end to the mating connectors on the camera
assembly with 3 foot slack. Cut unused conductors in the cables
to the same length as the assigned conductors. Bend back the
unused conductors over the outer jacket and individually tape
them in a manner to prevent pinching by the CPC strain relief
clamp.
f.
All cables used in the cabinet are UL- listed tray cable with
PVC/nylon insulation and UV-resistant PVC outer jacket rated for
600 V, 194 degrees F dry; 167 degrees F wet and wet/dry direct
burial use. All furnished wiring used to complete the installation
are to be rated at or above these minimum values. Video signal
cable, when used, shall be high- flexibility double-shielded with
tinned copper braid, #22 AWG stranded copper center
conductor, and PVC outer jacket. Use BNC connectors on the
video signal cable only as recommended by the cable
manufacturer. Confirm during testing that this two-way data
path is present and active. For IP fixed cameras, UTP cable shall
be TIA/EIA Category 6, 4-pair solid conductor, rated CMR and
placed in metallic conduit between the network distribution
cabinet and camera assembly.
g.
Dress and route grounding wires separately from all other
cabinet wiring. Install grounding wires with the absolute
minimum length possible between the suppressor and the
ground buss bar. Label all surge suppressors with silk-screened
lettering on the mounting panel.
h.
The cabinet shall be furnished with three-stage transient surge
suppressors for protecting the camera control/feedback, video
output, and power supply lines. These suppressors shall be in
addition to the suppression provided by the CCTV camera
equipment. For IP fixed cameras, UTP shall be protected at the
network distribution cabinet with 4-pair solid-state protection
rated for Category 6.
i.
Install electrical cables used for video, control, communications
signaling and power supply as shown in the Contract Drawings.
Do not splice any cable, shield or conductor used for video,
control, communications signaling, or power supply. Identify all
conductors of all cables by color and number. Identify the
conductor function in as-built documentation included in the
cabinet documentation. Terminate cable used for analog video
signaling in BNC connectors. After termination and dressing the
cables in the cabinet, neatly coil and store a minimum of 3 foot
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(.61m) of cable slack in the bottom of the cabinet. Cut unused
conductors to a length that can reach any appropriate terminal.
Bend back the unused conductors over their outer jackets and
individually tape them.
3.02
j.
Where used, provide a single UPS 120 / 24 Vac (60 Hz) power
source to the camera assembly from the equipment cabinet to
supply both the camera and the heater in the camera housing.
k.
Install cabling between the CCTV camera assembly and the
network distribution cabinet inside support poles, conduit, or
structures as shown in the Plans. Use weather heads on all
nipple and conduit openings. Neatly install and route cabling to
minimize movement in the wind and chafing against the pole,
device or bracket. Form a drip loop at the weather head and
route cabling to minimize water entry into the cable connector.
Lash cabling mounting arm and route into camera and pan-tilt
unit.
I.
Connect data cables from the CCTV equipment to the station LAN and configure
the station DVR with approved settings for cameras, storage and other CCTV
system related settings to make complete and fully functional station CCTV
system.
J.
Assist Caltrain personnel with incorporation of the new station CCTV equipment
into the existing Caltrain CCTV system to ensure full integration of the new CCTV
equipment.
TESTING AND INSPECTION
A.
Acceptance testing consists of three phases:
System Site Testing, and Burn-in Period.
B.
Field Installation Test:
Field Installation Testing, CCTV
1.
Perform the Field Installation Test as an onsite test of the complete field
installation assembly less the communications components.
No
acceptance testing at a given site can begin until all work associated with
that site is complete, not including the communications components. For
the field equipment installation test, a PC laptop system, camera control
receiver-vendor control software (Caltrain provided) and a 13-inch or
larger color video monitor shall be used to demonstrate full operation of
the CCTV site. Proper operation is to include pan, tilt, focus, zoom, iris,
and position feedback and communications address configuration.
2.
Perform local field operational tests at the device field site and end-toend video streaming tests in accordance with the test procedures below:
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a.
Verify that physical construction has been completed as detailed
in the plans
b.
Inspect the quality and tightness of ground and surge protector
connections
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c.
Check power supply voltages and outputs
d.
Connect devices to the power sources
e.
Verify video image presence and quality with a vector scope and
a portable NTSC approved monitor and DVD
f.
Exercise the pan, tilt, zoom, focus, iris opening, manual iris
control selection and operation, low-pressure alarm (if present),
preset positioning, and power on/off functions
g.
Demonstrate the pan/tilt speed and extent of movement to meet
all applicable standards, specifications, and requirements
h.
Demonstrate the ability to support IP unicast and multicast SAP
and QoS
i.
Configure the DVR IP addresses for video and data input
j.
Verify proper voltages for all power supplies
k.
Interconnect the communication interface device into the
communication network’s assigned fiber optic cable and verify
network transmission activity.
C.
Test the installed CCTV assembly at the bottom of the pole from the camera
cabinet using test procedures specified herein and recommended by the CCTV
camera assembly manufacturer.
D.
CCTV System Site Test:
1.
After the completion of the associated copper or fiber optic
communication connection between the CCTV camera assembly and the
associated DC cabinet to the station equipment room (CER), perform the
CCTV System Site Test to demonstrate proper CCTV system performance
at the CER. The CCTV System Site Test shall be performed only after
successful completion of the field installation test. Proper operation is
to include a satisfactory video image, areas of coverage, pixel per foot
level of detail, camera/lens control, if applicable, PTZ controls, and
communications operation from each CCTV site to the CER and Caltrain
San Carlos CCTV Head End.
2.
Test of all software functions of the station DVR for compliance with the
Caltrain Engineering approved requirements and settings for the Station
DVR hardware and software.
3.
The demonstration shall use the central CCTV software and control
center and communications system to demonstrate the compatibility of
the CCTV equipment installation in its permanent configuration. Proper
operation is to include a demonstration of proper data communications
integrity with a communication protocol analyzer.
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4.
E.
F.
Caltrain shall witness and record the test data, date and time of
successful completion of the test.
Burn-in Period:
1.
The Burn-in Period stars after the Caltrain Engineering accepting the
completion of the Field Installation Test and completion of the CCTV
System Acceptance.
2.
Any failure determined to be the result of faulty installation
workmanship shall be cause to restart the burn-in period.
faulty material or workmanship that results found during
period. At the successful conclusion of the burn-in period
accept the installation as complete.
3.
The burn-in period shall determine if the system is capable of recording
and storing the station camera images at the highest resolution and at
the highest frame rates required by the Station Design.
4.
The burn-in period shall be for a continuous 30 days and shall be
performed for the station CCTV equipment as a whole.
materials or
Correct any
the burn-in
Caltrain will
Test the new station CCTV equipment is fully compatible with the existing
Caltrain CCTV Head End as per Caltrain approved requirements and settings.
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