architects and engineers specification
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS SPECIFICATION
PRISON IP INTERCOM AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM
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STANDARD FEATURES
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The intercom and/or PA system shall operate on a IEEE 802 TCP/IP network
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All field devices shall use T568A/B wiring standard (no device trunk cabling shall be nonstandard)
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All intercom and/or PA system devices shall be TCP/IP devices that connect directly to an
RJ45 port on an Ethernet switch of standard 10BaseT, 10/100 Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet
•
Intercom devices shall support IEEE 802.3af Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) allowing for power,
data and voice communications to be transmitted using ONLY a single CAT5/5e/6 cable
connected to a IEE 802.3af PoE switch (JEM-2+ series intercoms)
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Intercom and PA devices shall support Jacques Power over Ethernet (JPoE) allowing for
power, data and voice communications to be transmitted using ONLY a single CAT5/5e/6
cable via a Jacques JPoE patch panel.(JEM-2 family of devices)
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Intercom and PA devices shall support direct connection of DC voltage for powering of
intercom & PA devices with an allowable range of (12-32) V d.c. (JEM-2 family of devices)
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Communication between field devices and switches shall be over UTP, STP, CAT5/6 with a
length limitation of 100 meters; or over multimode/single mode fibre optic cable with
appropriate media converters
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The system call activity shall operate;
o
in standalone mode, under the control of the IP system controller and/or,
o
under the control (via high level interface) of third party building/security management
systems
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The system shall support full duplex audio communication
•
The system shall be scalable to an unlimited number of endpoints, only limited by the network
configuration and bandwidth
•
The system shall support a redundant controller high availability scheme with automatic
controller switch-over ensuring high system reliability
•
The system shall support a distributed controller framework whereby secondary controllers
may take control of their sub networks should connectivity to the primary controller be lost
•
The system shall act as a digital message store with playback and recording announcement,
audio input live or pre-recorded audio sources to system endpoints
•
The system shall control the distribution of TCP/IP broadcast streams of background music
(virtually unlimited*)
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The system shall be optionally configurable for Quality of Service to ensure call audio is
robust in the midst of high network traffic
•
The system shall support synchronisation of system clocks using Network Time Protocol
(NTP)
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The system shall support dynamic or static IP address assignment for all intercom/PA devices
•
The system shall support analogue (jack) and digital (SIP) output modes for centralised
system audio recording
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The system shall support unlimited channels for audio recording, only limited by system
configuration and network bandwidth
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It shall be possible to backup complete server configuration from the system web page. The
resulting file shall be time stamped and be easy to archive. The file shall contain the system
network settings, the intercom configuration database, the last state of the system as a
snapshot, a record of all version numbers of software and any scripts or configuration files
related to the running of the system. It shall be possible to optionally export the system event
log included with the system backup operation.
•
It shall be possible to recreate a system from scratch based solely on the data from the said
system backup file.
ADVANCED FEATURES
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The system shall provide an acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) engine when used in full
duplex mode to significantly reduce unwanted interference from acoustic reflections and
feedback
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The system shall feature advanced covert monitoring capabilities whereby a master station
(IPM-360/PCC650MXTS) with the appropriate permissions can covertly monitor (listen to)
audio from any intercom terminal (VSL-3xx)
o
While operating covertly the system shall disable any call-connected notifications (eg.
Call LED) at the intercom terminal while restricting any audio from being transmitted
to the intercom terminal allowing for optimal audio monitoring.
o
No audible or visual cue at the intercom shall indicate that the unit is being monitored.
o
If background music is selected, the intercom should operate as normal without
muting or interruption should a covert monitoring session be initiated or stopped on
the intercom.
o
While operating covertly the system shall use advanced acoustic echo cancellation to
significantly reduce system-streamed background music from the monitored intercom
microphone audio
o
While a covert monitoring session is in progress the intercom should be able to make
a call and operate as normal without affecting the ongoing monitoring session.
•
The system shall provide threshold monitoring whereby a call is automatically connected to
or an alarm notification is activated should a predetermined ambient noise level be exceeded
at any configured intercom endpoint
•
The system shall support control of general purpose inputs/outputs/repay outputs on intercom
terminals or dedicated TCP/IP MODBUS relay module devices from system events
•
The system shall be configurable to allow for the triggering of events in conjunction with an
action performed in the intercom system. Event triggers include (but are not limited to) CCTV
switching, light on/off switching, door/gate/boom gate release, pre-recorded message
announcements, night switching (call diversion relating to hierarchy, based on time of day)
and bell or warning alarm scheduling
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The system shall offer priority queuing of calls - offering 256 call priority levels
•
Upgrading of system/endpoint firmware shall be achieved via the network with the ability to
select all or singular endpoints to upgrade. Furthermore, if the upgrade was to fail all
endpoints shall revert back to their previously working state
•
System volume control shall:
o
Be centralised and software configurable for the entire system
o
Allow for individual device volume adjustments (absolute & relative) for all audio
paths including calls, ringing chime, PA announcement chime, streamed music,
microphone and button click
•
•
All system devices shall have two UDP audio streams available at any time:
o
Call audio stream
o
Covert streaming for monitoring and threshold alarms
The system, operating via high level interface to a third party building or security management
system shall feature cached dynamic volume adjustment whereby volume changed
dynamically will be reapplied the next time a device (tag) enters the same state. Therefore
ringing volume can be the same volume when a call starts to ring but can be dynamically
altered when the call is ringing.
•
System controllers shall be available for mounting as a virtual machine operating within a
virtual hosting environment such as VMware VSphere(TM)
•
The system vendor shall make disk images of the operating system available to system
integrators to create virtual hosted servers.
AUDIO SPECIFICATIONS
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G.711 16kHz A-Law Audio codec
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Intercom audio power: 2W
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Duplex modes: Full & Half

Intercom audio bandwidth: 50 Hz- 7kHz
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Master intercom handset: Yes
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Master intercom PA microphone: Yes
CAPACITY
The intercom/PA system shall operate the following system capacity:
Master stations:
Unlimited*
Intercom terminals:
Unlimited*
Simultaneous conversations:
Unlimited*
Call queue size:
Unlimited*
PA zones:
Unlimited*
Groups:
Unlimited*
Stored announcements:
Unlimited*
Auxiliary channels:
16 or Unlimited*
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*dependant on system configuration and network bandwidth
INTERFACE CAPABILITIES
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The system shall be capable of integrating via High Level Interface (HLI) to 3rd party building
and security management, digital telephony, CCTV and access control systems
•
Operating via HLI the system shall:
o
pass full intercom master functionality to the client application which includes
receiving endpoint status changes, call notifications, basic and advanced call
handling functions
o
allow the third party system to control the intercom and/or PA system through a 3rd
party security/management system graphical user interface (GUI)
o
provide system reports and log data from endpoints for review, monitoring and
maintenance purposes
o
In CCTV integration applications, automatically initiate a 3rd party associated display
of camera video triggered from a call station’s operation.

The system shall interface to the PSTN or local PABX system through use of a phone line
interface device (ELI-3B1)

The system shall interface to digital telephone systems via SIP by use of head end translation
software
ENDPOINT FUNCTIONS
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Each IP intercom/PA device shall be uniquely identifiable by its own tag number allowing for
complete call configuration and hierarchy control
Standalone console Master Station
Intercom master stations (IPM-360 series) shall have the following functionality:
•
Operate in both full and half duplex modes
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In full duplex mode, operate hands free communication once call is established or optionally
use “Push to Unmute” feature for master end conversational privacy
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In half duplex mode, audio direction is controlled via the “Push to Talk” button.
•
Ability to call any other master station or intercom terminal in the system
•
Ability to configure call hierarchy and call structure to achieve peer to peer and hierarchical
communications
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Auto remote feature:
o
If set, shall result in any call normally answered by the master station to be forwarded
to the next available master station in the call hierarchy
o
shall result automatically when a call is unanswered at a master station, the call will
be forwarded to the next master station in the call hierarchy
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Ability to set call remote time (milliseconds) before call at master station is
deemed unanswered and auto remote is initiated
o
can divert a call to a SIP enabled digital telephone system or external telephone if the
master station at the top of the call hierarchy is set to auto remote
•
Ability to isolate calls from nuisance callers initiated at an intercom terminal – isolated calls
shall
•
o
be manually deisolated or
o
a global isolate time-out (milliseconds) can be configured
With the appropriate priority, have the ability to intrude upon a connected call with an endpoint
(master or intercom terminal), whereby:
o
the endpoint not included in the intrude call shall be placed on hold, and
o
once the intruding call disconnects, the original (intruded upon call) shall
reconnect/come off hold
•
Have the ability to selectively answer any call waiting within the call queue
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Have the ability to forward calls to any other master station
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Have the ability to access call history including Missed Call, Answered Calls, Outgoing Calls,
Diverted Calls and Forwarded calls.
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Failure of a master station shall not affect the call capabilities of any other master station,
intercom terminal or PA controller within the system. In the instance of a master station
failure, all calls shall be automatically routed to the next master station in the call hierarchy.
•
Master stations shall support Bridge configuration whereby an incoming call may ring and be
answered by one of multiple masters. Any one of the configured master stations can answer
the call and the call will be cleared from the collective list of calls. in order to fan out calls
between multiple operators.
•
Master station shall be available in a variety of versions including desk or wall mount with
options for handset, gooseneck microphone or headset (IPM-360, IPM-360H, IPM-360G,
IPM-360GH)
GUI based Master station
The computer based GUI master station shall feature all functionality of IPM-360 master stations.
They shall use a separate Ethernet based speaker/microphone audio device to the GUI machine and
additionally:
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GUI stations shall have the ability to display the endpoints in tree view, single graphical map,
or multiple graphical maps.
•
Have the ability for creation and editing of custom map content integrated into the final GUI
application to allow adjustments in the field.
•
The GUI application shall recognise PNG formatted picture content for use as maps,
submaps, icons and customer motifs.
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The GUI screen resolution shall be self-adjusting according to the screen hardware and run at
up to 1080p resolution
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The GUI shall feature a touch screen and also optionally be controllable via a conventional
optical mouse.
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It shall be possible to lay buttons onto the GUI screen which link to other submaps
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It shall be possible to lay text of any font size and location to be added to the map screens
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The icons for endpoints shall be adjustable in size and allow for custom image content
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The text for icons shall be configurable such that text style, size and custom descriptions
other than system defined descriptors may be added.
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The GUI shall feature an option to password protect the editing function to prevent
unauthorized tampering.
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It shall be possible for the GUI to control the covert recording of any number of system
endpoints to dedicated recording hardware. The recording hardware shall feature a balanced
audio output that is trunked to a police intelligence room with a XLR connector for each
recording channel where covert monitoring and/or recording of selected cells occurs. It shall
not be possible for the covert recorded cell to receive audible or visual cues that recording is
occurring.
•
When the GUI is set to view endpoints as a list, it shall be possible to sort ad group endpoints
based on their tag number, descriptor or immediate master.
•
The GUI shall have configurable buttons for call control including answer next, end call, covert
monitor, forward call, hold and Remote function. It shall be possible to add or remove any
combinations of buttons.
•
It shall be possible to integrate online help systems into the GUI.
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A password option shall be implemented to prevent closure of the GUI application. This
password shall be separate to the editing password and shall be able to be disabled if not
required.
•
The GUI application shall be able to run on a Microsoft Windows operating system provided
by others which is used for other purposes other than for the intercom/PA system.
•
The GUI application shall also be able to run on dedicate Linux machine as provided by the
intercom system vendor
Audio Intercom Terminals
Specifically designed for the prison environment, audio intercom terminals (VSL-3xx+) shall:
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Act as a call point to a master station as defined in the call hierarchy
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Act as a duress call point to a master station as defined in the call hierarchy
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Operate hands free communication once call button is pressed and call is established
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Be vandal and water resistant, made from marine grade (316 type) stainless steel (VSL351W+)
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Be vandal resistant, made from (304 type) stainless steel (VSL-351+)
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Feature anti-ligature design elements (all types)
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Use a speaker array pattern of 1.6mm holes and chamfered edges (VLS-351Q+ &
VSL351QS+)
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Feature microprocessor technology with at least 16 MHz clock frequency, 4 Mb RAM, 4 Mb
firmware/tone Flash and 1 Mb bootloader Flash.
•
Make use of fail proof centralised firmware upgrades for all intercom endpoint devices. The
implementation shall feature a non-volatile bootloader which is segregated from the main
firmware upgrade code. The upgrading system shall be robust such that it can recover from
any kind of interruption during the firmware upgrade process.
•
Feature the Jacques Self Test Button (STB) – a mechanical call button that allows for the
testing of the push button mechanism, acoustics and data communications remotely whereby
diagnostic tests are logged and recorded on the system controller. Any tests reporting a test
fail shall trigger an alarm within the system (VSL-351QS+)
•
Feature at least 2 visual LED indicator colours visible on the front panel to provide visual
reassurance. The LED shall flash quickly to indicate a call is waiting to be answered, remain
on solid during a call, flash slowly when there is a communication fault to the server and
remain off when the call state is idle.
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Feature two configurable dry contact relays as standard (VSL-35x+)
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Feature a minimum of 4 fully configurable input buttons which can be configured to call
different locations, act as volume controls, control music volume, cancel calls and trigger
general system alarms and events via Event Controller software.
•
Feature auxiliary music channel selection and volume control for in-cell entertainment/music
distribution (VSL-354+)
•
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Have options for power/communications input including:
o
IEEE.802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) (JEM-2+ series intercoms)
o
Local power supply (JEM-2 series intercoms)
o
Jacques Power over Ethernet (JPoE) (JEM-2 series intercoms)
Intercom electronic circuitry shall feature a “watchdog timer” circuit to reboot the intercom if it
freezes due to an external voltage surge, EMI or ESD event.
•
Be surface or flush mounted
•
Have optional rainhoods for additional weather protection
•
Offer customised etching, speaker hole pattern or panel size
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Intercom terminals shall perform continuous tamper detection, integrity and diagnostic testing
whereby unsuccessful tests shall activate a system alarm and record the event in a saved log
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Public Address
The IP Public Address (PA) system shall:
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Provide dynamic grouping and static grouping of PA zones with no limit on the number of
groups or the number of members within the group
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Include intercoms as a part of any PA Group
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Broadcast live or pre-recorded announcements to one, many or all PA zones
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Provide playback and recording of announcement files
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Offer audio input of live or pre-recorded audio sources
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Offer remote and pre-recorded announcement capabilities
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Offer time scheduled broadcast of live or pre-recorded announcement files
The IP PA interface (UAI-3B1) shall:
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Produce audio signals to transmit to PA amplifiers
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Provide balanced an unbalanced audio outputs
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Mount to a Eurocard card frame or be mountable standalone enclosure
CONTACT & NON-CONTACT VISIT SYSTEMS
Non-Contact Visit
The Non-Contacts Visit (NCV) system shall:

provide intercom devices in pairs (normally separated between a glass or Perspex barrier to
separate prisoner and visitor) where each pair constitutes a booth

record all audio communications that occur in all booths

connect device pairs automatically (via a schedule) or through a management interface (NCV
GUI)
Management of the NCV system shall be via a dedicated non-contact visits system graphical user
interface (NCV GUI) to be used by the supervising authority to perform various functions of the
system including:
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Enable/disable a call in a booth
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Connect/disconnect a call in a booth
•
Monitor a call in a booth
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Intrude on a call in a booth
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Call to any intercom endpoint in the system (visitor or prisoner)
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Make public address announcement to one, select or all endpoints/zones within the system
•
Operate in multi-selection mode allowing for multiple enable/disable/connect/disconnect
functions to be applied to many or all booths simultaneously
•
Provide a count up timer for each booth connected in a call
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Intercom devices shall be available in the following configurations:
•
•
NCV system intercom with handset (VSL-341H+) shall:
o
operate full duplex communication
o
include a metal handset with stainless steel armoured cord
o
have a call LED indicator which is illuminated when a call is in progress
o
operate as an IEEE 802.3af Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE)
NCV intercom terminal, no call button (VSL-350+) shall:
o
operate hands free
o
operate full duplex communication
o
be of stainless steel construction
o
operate as an IEEE 802.3af Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE)
Contact Visit System
The Contacts Visit (CV) system shall:

provide covert monitoring devices to facilitate the recording, monitoring and intruding of
prisoner communication discretely (a common environment is a room with meeting tables
where covert monitoring devices are mounted in each table)
Management of the CV system shall be via a dedicated Contact Visits system Graphical User
Interface (CV GUI) to be used by the supervising authority to perform various covert monitoring
functions including:
•
Monitor (listen) to any device
•
Provide a count up timer for each device being monitored
•
Provide recording output for all monitored call audio
The Contact Visits covert monitoring device shall:
•
Shall be suitable for discrete mounting
•
Shall feature a 50 Hz – 7 kHz microphone
•
Shall operate full duplex communication
•
Shall operate as an IEEE 802.3af Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) device
RECORDING

The system shall interface call audio to third party recording devices including digital, SIP or
analogue devices

The system shall provide output recording for at least 32 simultaneous conversations

The recording operation shall run automatically under the control of the intercom system controller
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
Each master station (and/or each intercom terminal) in the system shall be assigned its own
record output

Call originator and call answer tag number, time, date and duration shall be defined for each call
recorded

Analogue recording interface shall encode call tag information using DTMF tones

Digital (SIP) recording interface shall pass call tag information through the SIP data interface

The system shall support exporting of intercom call audio and creating of an event trigger to a 3 rd
party system when a call is generated. The audio can then be recorded by a CCTV camera
associated with the intercom.
REPORTING
With respect to reporting, the system shall:

constantly monitor each endpoint (including master stations, intercom terminals and PA
controllers for their device state, reporting any change in device state as an alarm in the master
station or reporting this alarm to the HLI for use within 3rd party security management systems

have capability to generate periodic reports and logs for system use, load, activity and status

perform self-acoustic testing of speaker and microphones of slave intercoms and report results

provide logs of call activity via a web interface that is password protected

provide detailed reporting and diagnostics, with results logged in a faults database including:
o
Power up diagnostics – at power up all system devices perform a range of self-tests &
diagnostics to determine the operational status
o
Polling of modules – all modules are polled at regular intervals
o
Online/offline status
o
Tamper alarm
o
Mechanical button (STB) pass/fail status
o
Acoustic testing of speaker and microphone – performed during a call or configured to run at
predetermined intervals
•
o
Button stuck alarm (All buttons)
o
Button failure (Self Testing Button)
Record and log all (or those configured) transactions on the intercom/PA system including:
o
Error report
o
Call activity
o
Intercom call tag and description
o
Time of call
o
Duration of call
o
Time call ended
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SYSTEM CONTROLLERS
With respect to system controllers, the system shall:

Consist of at least one controller for central call control. The controller may be hardware form
(JSC range) or virtualised

be available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions

If redundancy is required for the system, multiple hardware servers shall be positioned
strategically around site to service zones which may be potentially isolated during a break in
the network. The servers shall run redundancy management software to automatically control
which server is the active server.

Offer recording output via a central audio recording interface server. This shall support direct
output of current intercom calls. The type of output shall be analogue jack type and/or
Ethernet based SIP recording output which can be connected to a 3rd party digital voice
logger

If full duplex audio mode is used, an audio processing controller is required. This audio
processor shall also support merging of recording output function internally. If this controller is
also used for recording, the server shall be a normal hardware (not virtualised) and it shall be
available in 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

If threshold alarms are required on the site, threshold monitor controllers (TRM) are required.
Each shall handle at least 300 intercom endpoints. Multiple TRM controllers can be used on
each site. It shall be available in a 64-bit version only.
SUMMARY OF PRODUCTS
The following list is a summary of products that may be required in a secure facility:
System Controllers
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JSC-5L
JSC-5L-AEC
Large Controller
Large Controller with Acoustic Echo Cancellation Package
Intercom Master Stations

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
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IPM-360
IPM-360H
IPM-360G
IPM-360GH
Intercom Master Station
Intercom Master Station with Handset
Intercom Master Station with Gooseneck Mic
Intercom Master Station with Handset & Gooseneck Mic
Intercom Terminals
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



VSL-350+
VSL-351+
VSL-351QS+
VSL-352
VSL-354+
VSL-361W+
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NCV No Call Intercom
Cell Intercom, 1 button
Cell Intercom, 1 button with STB, ant ligature design
Intercom, 2 button
Cell intercom, 4 button
Weatherproof intercom, 1 button
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
VSL-371+
Gate intercom, slimline, 1 button
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