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NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL REFINING & DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING
& CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
NIOEC SPECIFICATION
FOR
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION
(CCTV)
SYSTEM FOR SECURITY SURVEILLANCE
FIRST EDITION
JANUARY, 2007
THIS STANDARD IS THE PROPERTY OF NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. IT IS CONFIDENTIAL AND ALL
RIGHTS RESERVED TO THE OWNER. NEITHER WHOLE NOR ANY PART OF THIS DOCUMENT MAY BE DISCLOSED TO ANY THIRD PARTY,
REPRODUCTED, STORED IN ANY RETRIEVAL SYSTEM OR TRANSMITTED IN ANY FORM OR BY ANY MEANS WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN
CONSENT OF THE NATIONAL IRANIAN OIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
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CONTENTS:
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1. SCOPE .............................................................................................................................................3
2. REFERENCES.................................................................................................................................3
3. UNITS ..............................................................................................................................................5
4. DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY .........................................................................................5
5. ABBREVIATIONS..........................................................................................................................5
6. PRODUCT HISTORY.....................................................................................................................5
7. CERTIFICATION AND APPROVALS..........................................................................................5
8. GENERAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.......................................................................................5
8.1 Environmental Data....................................................................................................................5
8.2 Ingress Protection and Hazardous Area Classification ..............................................................5
8.3 Electromagnetic Interference .....................................................................................................6
9 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................6
9.1 BASIC DESIGN ........................................................................................................................6
9.2 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY.............................................................................................6
9.3 CONTROL PANELS.................................................................................................................7
9.4 INTERCONNECTIONS............................................................................................................7
9.5 EQUIPMENT CABINET ..........................................................................................................7
9.6 FINISHING................................................................................................................................8
9.7 SAFETY.....................................................................................................................................8
10 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................8
10.1 GENERAL ...............................................................................................................................8
10.2 CAMERAS...............................................................................................................................9
10.3 CCTV CENTRAL EQUIPMENT..........................................................................................11
10.4 VIDEO RECORDER .............................................................................................................12
10.5 CCTV CONSOLE..................................................................................................................12
10.6 MONITORS ...........................................................................................................................12
10.7 CABLE DISTRIBUTION......................................................................................................13
10.8 MAST.....................................................................................................................................13
11. NAMEPLATES ...........................................................................................................................13
12. PAINTING AND RUST PREVENTION ....................................................................................14
12.1 PAINT SPECIFICATION......................................................................................................14
12.2 PAINT COLOUR...................................................................................................................14
12.3 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................14
12.4 SURFACE TREATMENT.....................................................................................................14
13. DOCUMENTATION...................................................................................................................14
13.1 General ...................................................................................................................................14
13.2 Design Documents .................................................................................................................14
13.3 On line Documentation ..........................................................................................................14
14. INSPECTIONS AND TESTING .................................................................................................14
14.1 General ...................................................................................................................................14
14.2 Factory Acceptance Test (FAT).............................................................................................15
14.3 Test Completion .....................................................................................................................15
15. INSTALLATION, START UP AND COMMISSIONING.........................................................15
15.1 Installation..............................................................................................................................15
15.2 Checks ....................................................................................................................................16
15.3 Power up.................................................................................................................................16
15.4 SAT ........................................................................................................................................16
15.5 Commissioning.......................................................................................................................16
15.6 Test Equipment ......................................................................................................................16
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5.7 Documents................................................................................................................................16
16. SPARES PARTS SUPPLY..........................................................................................................16
16.1 Construction, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning Spare Parts......................................16
16.2 Spare Parts for Two Years of Operation ................................................................................16
16.3 Maintenance Tools .................................................................................................................17
17. TRAINING...................................................................................................................................17
18. GUARANTEES ...........................................................................................................................17
APPENDIX I......................................................................................................................................19
VENDOR’S DOCUMENT SUPPLY (VDC) ................................................................................19
ATTACHMENT I ..............................................................................................................................21
Typical Arrangement of CCTV Security System Cameras ...........................................................21
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1. SCOPE
This specification defines NIOEC’s minimum requirements for the design, manufacture, test and
inspection of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Systems for security surveillance applications.
Deviations from this specification will only be permitted on obtaining written approval from
NIOEC.
2. REFERENCES
Throughout this specification the following dated and undated standards and codes are referred to.
These referenced documents shall, to the extent specified herein, form a part of this specification.
For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any supplements
and amendments) applies. For dated references, the edition cited applies.
The applicability of changes in the dated references that occur after the cited date shall be mutually
agreed upon by NIOEC and the vendor /contractor.
BASEEFA
(BRITISH APPROVALS SERVICE FOR ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT FOR FLAMMABLE ATMOSPHERES)
CENELEC
(COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION
ELECTROTECHNIQUE)
EEC
(EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY)
EMC- Directive 89/336/EEC
EN
“Electromagnetic Compatibility”
(EUROPEAN STANDARDS)
EN 55022
“Specification For Limits And
Measurement Of Radio
Interference Characteristics Of
Information Technology
Equipment”
FM
(FACTORY MUTUAL)
IEEE
(INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS)
IEEE C37.90.1:
IEEE C37.90.1:
IEC
“Surge Withstand Capability
(SWC) Tests”
(INTERNATIONAL ELECTRO-TECHNICAL COMMISSION)
IEC 60751
“Industrial Platinum Resistance
Thermometer Sensors”
IEC 61000-4-2,
IEC 61000-4-3,
IEC 61000-4-4
“Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC)”
IEC 60332
“Test On Electric Cables Under
Fire Conditions”
IEC 60529
“Classification Of Degree Of
Protection Provided By
Enclosures”
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IEC 60068
“Basic Environmental Testing
Procedures”
“Equipment Reliability Testing”
IEC-60-605:
ISO
NIOEC-SP-70-55 (0)
(INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ORGANISATION)
ISO 9000
“Quality Systems”
LCIE
(LABORATORIE CENTRAL DES INDUSTRIES
ELECTRICQUES)
NFPA
(NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION)
NFPA 70
NIOEC SP
“National Electrical Code”
(NIOEC SPECIFICATIONS)
NIOEC-SP-00-10
“Specification For Units”
PTB
(PHYSIKALISCH TECHNISCHE BUNDESANSTALT)
TIA
(TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION)
TIA/EIA-485
“Electrical Characteristics Of
Generators And Receivers For
Use In Balanced Digital
Multipoint Systems”
U.S. Military
U.S. MILITARY HANDBOOK
HNBK
U.S.
Military U.S. Military Handbook -217
Handbook -217
“Reliability Prediction Of
Electronic Equipment”
U.S.
Military U.S. Military Handbook -472
“Maintainability Prediction”
Handbook -472
UL
(UNDERWRITERS’ LABORATORIES)
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3. UNITS
International System of Units (SI) shall be used in accordance with NIOEC-SP-00-10, unless
otherwise specified.
4. DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
Purchaser: In cases where this specification is part of a direct order, Purchaser shall mean the
National Iranian Oil Engineering and Construction Company. Where this specification forms part of
contract documents, Purchaser shall mean the Contractor. In references to inspection by Purchaser,
when this specification forms part of contract documents, this shall be construed to mean that
NIOEC shall also have the right of inspection.
5. ABBREVIATIONS
CCTV: CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM
UPS: UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY
FAT: FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST
SAT: SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST
6. PRODUCT HISTORY
The system shall be of the same model and design as used in similar plants and operating/ambient
conditions with at least three (3) years of satisfactory operational history.
7. CERTIFICATION AND APPROVALS
The equipment shall bear CE marking in accordance with EMC- Directive 89/336/EEC, and the
conformity certificates shall be provided.
The VENDOR shall also submit certificates/records of type test approval of the system, based on
recognised national or international standards, which for CENLEC regulations shall be LCIE, TUV,
PTB, BASEEFA and for NEC regulations shall be FM or UL.
8. GENERAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
8.1 Environmental Data
Indoor temperature and humidity (RH) will be 22 °C ± 4°C and 40% to 70% respectively and
shipping and storage conditions will be considered as -20 °C to 85 °C and 0% to 100%.
However, as a minimum the following operating conditions shall not degrade the continuous
operation of the system:
• Min/max temperature: 5°C to 40 °C
• Min/max humidity: 20% to 90% RH non-condensing.
Allowable indoor noise level shall be 55 dBA, measured at one meter from equipment in question.
Outdoor temperature and humidity (RH) will be -20 °C to 50°C and 40% to 70% respectively.
Outdoor atmosphere will have suspended solids, dust and sand.
8.2 Ingress Protection and Hazardous Area Classification
Indoor stations and system cabinets shall conform to IEC-60529, IP 42, as a minimum.
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Outdoor equipment shall conform to IEC-60529, IP 65, as a minimum. In addition electrical
accessories, cabling, enclosures and junction boxes in hazardous areas will normally be explosion
proof suitable for NEC Class I, Division I, and Group C (IEC Zone I, Group II B) locations.
8.3 Electromagnetic Interference
Equipment shall meet all electromagnetic compatibility requirements of the IEC 61000-4-2, 610004-3, and 61000-4-4 standards.
Each element of the system must function without introducing intolerable electromagnetic
disturbances to other items or being susceptible to electromagnetic influences from other systems.
Emission limits generally comply with the relevant requirements of BS-6527 for Class B
equipment, and Susceptibility performance shall generally comply with the relevant requirements of
IEC 1000-4. All equipment comprising the system shall be designed in such a way as to ensure
immunity to interference from VHF and UHF hand portable transceivers operating in the range 150
MHz to 470 MHz with a power output of 1 Watt (RMS) held at 300 mm from any equipment
forming part of the system.
9 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
9.1 BASIC DESIGN
9.1.1 The equipment shall be of modular design, with each modular unit performing a specific
function. The equipment shall be designed to be easily expanded or upgraded:
• By simple addition / substitution of operating modules,
• By software modification for programmable items.
9.1.2 The system shall be designed for continuous duty. In case of power failure, each element of
the system shall automatically restart at power return.
9.1.3 The essential parts of the system, such as CPU and video switcher shall be dual redundant
with automatic change over.
9.1.4 The system shall have installed spare of 20 %.
9.1.5 The system shall have extensive built-in self diagnostics to detect and report failures in any art
of the system.
9.1.6 All equipment shall be suitable for continuous and reliable operation in the service conditions
indicated in Section 8. All equipment shall be robustly constructed, highly reliable and suitably
protected against the corrosive effects of a salt laden atmosphere and from any detrimental effects
that this may have on equipment operation. Vendor shall select and specify equipment that is
particularly suitable for this environment, whilst requiring minimal maintenance. The vendor shall
submit MTBF and MTTR for CCTV security equipment and shall confirm that overall availability
of CCTV security system will not be less than 99%.
9.2 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
9.2.1 Electrical power supplies will be provided as follows.
• UPS supply - 230 V AC (±5 %), 50 Hz (±1 %)
• Non-UPS supply - 230 V AC (±10 %), 50 Hz (±5 %)
9.2.2 Vendor shall supply all relevant voltage converters required for the CCTV security system
operation.
9.2.3 Power feeders will be provided to the CCTV cabinet (UPS and non-UPS), individual monitors
(UPS) and individual cameras (UPS) in field. Suitable terminals shall be provided for the
termination of cables, and shall be sized for minimum 4 mm². Vendor shall confirm the feeder size
from Contractor during detailed engineering.
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9.2.4 Vendor shall specify the power supplies required to each rack or item of equipment in terms
of maximum power consumption and diversity factor that could be applied for sizing the total
capacity.
9.3 CONTROL PANELS
9.3.1 Control panels for CCTV security System shall be designed to fit into standard 19” racks and
shall contain all control functions for the operation, adjustment, tuning and control of the associated
equipment.
9.3.2 Panels shall use permanently engraved legends adjacent to each control or display device that
clearly name the function and the selections or positions available for that function. Pointers or
engraved with filled lines shall be used on knobs or rotary selector switches and controls to indicate
the present position and selection.
9.3.3 Illuminated displays and indicators shall be of the solid state LCD or LED types. Meters for
indicating tuning, levels, deviation, power, etc and alignment / adjustment shall be provided for
front panel viewing.
9.4 INTERCONNECTIONS
9.4.1 Rack wiring shall be appropriate to the racks or slide out racks so as not to form free loops.
The racks shall be clearly identifiable by layout, colour code or other.
9.4.2 Function modules shall be of the plug-in type with a foolproof device to prevent the module
from being disconnected.
9.4.3 Modules shall be clearly marked so as to enable rapid identification with their shelf location
clearly marked.
9.4.4 The wiring of plugs and sockets shall be arranged so that no damage can result from an
accidental short circuiting from the pins of the plugs.
9.4.5 Soldered connections shall be mechanically secured and have low electrical resistance. The
sliding contacts of plugs, switches, sockets and terminals shall be of suitable material maintaining
low resistance under all operating conditions.
9.5 EQUIPMENT CABINET
9.5.1 All CCTV security system equipment shall be housed in standard manufactured cabinet, i.e.
maximum sizes of 800 mm wide x 800 mm deep x 2100 mm high. The cabinet shall be provided
with 100 mm plinth to allow direct welding or bolting to the floor or to a false floor support frame.
The equipment cabinet shall be suitable for bottom cable entry.
9.5.2 The equipment cabinets shall be equipped with lockable glass front door and lockable plain
back door. The colour of the cabinets shall be RAL 7032. The materials used for the fabrication of
racks, supports, cabinets, fastener screws, welds, etc. shall be suitable for the specified
environmental conditions.
9.5.3 Units housed in cabinets shall be in telescoping slide-out units and compatible with standard
19" racks. Each slide-out unit shall be provided with a locking clip system in the frame and with
side handles, which will be strong enough to enable handling by a single handle. The slide-out units
shall be connected to the cabinet or other units with connection cords or flexprints that are long
enough to enable sliding the unit out without disconnecting it.
9.5.4 Labels subjected to constant use (on console front panels, typing keys, etc.) shall be engraved.
9.5.5 Main setting devices, unit dials and indicators on standing units shall be located from 0.5 to2.0
m from the floor.
9.5.6 Fuse boxes shall be easily accessible and labelled with the nominal fuse ratings.
9.5.7 The cabinet shall be provided with twin power sockets with switch, connected to 230 V AC
non-UPS power supply for test equipment.
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9.6 FINISHING
9.6.1 Outdoor equipment and surfaces shall be properly protected from the corrosive effects of the
salt contained in the atmosphere.
9.6.2 The finish shall consist of a smooth semi-gloss enamel surface, using standard colours and
avoiding multiple colouring as far as possible.
9.6.3 All labels and sign writing on the panels, chassis and framework shall be easily readable and
written in the English language.
9.6.4 All external metal surfaces of cabinets, racks, panels or enclosures shall be treated prior to
finishing by a metal spray, galvanizing, plating or other suitable surface treatment and shall then be
primed, or otherwise treated, to provide a first-class base for the enamel finish.
9.7 SAFETY
9.7.1 General
9.7.1.1 The design of all equipment shall take into account simplification of operation and
maintenance. Safety devices shall be implemented in such way that false operation of any
equipment does not entail damage to personnel or equipment.
9.7.1.2 The following provisions shall be made for the safety of personnel:
•
Safety shields shall be provided over all moving parts in which personnel could become
entangled or caught
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Outside, and when possible inside of cabinets, all terminal strips containing hazardous
voltages, including those containing power line voltages or high voltage wiring, shall be equipped
with covers. The design of the covers shall be such that sufficient mechanical rigidity and clearance
is provided to prevent short-circuits and other failures
•
Earthing shall be provided for all electrical equipment. The devices shall be permanently
earthed to the equipment rack or cabinet
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The segregation of power cables from cables carrying video and control signals is required
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The equipment shall withstand any vibration and acceleration, which might happen during
transportation, installation and operation of the system
9.7.2 Protection of Equipment
9.7.2.1 Suitable protection devices shall be provided in such a way that failure of any component or
unit does not entail failure of other components or units.
9.7.2.2 Particular precautions shall be taken to protect the equipment against dangerous overvoltages and over-currents.
9.7.2.3 The choice of wire and cabling, the layout of the cabling and equipment shall be such that
fire cannot propagate beyond the disconnected devices, fuses and circuit breakers.
9.7.2.4 All power transformers shall be equipped with an electric screen separating the primary and
secondary windings in order to avoid the transmission of over-voltages due to atmospheric
discharges. This screen will be grounded by the lowest resistance conductor possible.
9.7.2.5 Units powered with direct current shall be protected against accidental polarity reversals.
9.7.2.6 All outdoor equipment, subject to lightning, shall be equipped with appropriate lightning
protection devices.
10 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
10.1 GENERAL
10.1.1 The system shall be based on modular construction design. The system shall be based on
CCIR (625 lines) PAL video standard. The system shall ensure clear and sharp colour pictures on
the monitors.
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10.1.2 The system shall be configured with a microprocessor based switching and control system,
camera ID generators and video transmission.
10.1.3 The system and its transmission facilities shall be such that a clear and sharp picture is
obtained on each monitor. The use of intermediate amplifier should be avoided where possible.
10.1.4 The system shall mainly consist of the following subsystems:
•
Cameras
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CCTV Central equipment
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Video Recording
•
CCTV console
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Monitors
10.1.5 The system shall incorporate in the central equipment cabinet, sequential switcher, standard
manual switchers and split screen (quad) switchers. These facilities shall be provided to enable the
viewing of selected cameras.
10.1.6 The design of the CCTV security system shall be to provide, as a minimum, 46dB signal to
noise (S/N) ratio for the video signals, end to end.
10.1.7 The CCTV security system shall be operational 100% of the time. The CCTV security
system shall operate from the Control Building. Video images from the different camera locations
shall be displayed at CCTV monitors located in the CCR.
10.1.8 A control unit joystick type shall be used for the remote control of the cameras.
10.1.9 Video images from all cameras shall be recorded. The video recording system shall include
alarm facilities, to alert the operator to change the video tape (if applicable).
10.2 CAMERAS
10.2.1 The CCTV security system shall include tow types of cameras:
•
Fixed CCTV Security Camera
These cameras shall install close to the site fence to cover the fence view for security monitoring,
the typical arrangement detail of these cameras is shown in attachment 1
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Moveable CCTV Security Camera
These cameras shall install in suitable location of site area to cover all fixed cameras for security
monitoring view.
10.2.2 General
10.2.2.1 The Cameras shall be equipped with a high sensitivity 1/3" Charged Couple Device (CCD)
colour image sensor.
10.2.2.2 The Cameras, equipped with a zoom lens, shall be able to operate under low light level
conditions (down to 3 lux for an overall signal to noise ratio of 46 dB or better) but shall be bright
light tolerant.
10.2.2.3 The Cameras shall be equipped with Automatic Gain Control (AGC), with motorised autoiris facility and with an automatic tracking of the white balance.
10.2.2.4 The Cameras shall conform to the following specifications:
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Signal/Noise - Better than 46 dB with AGC off
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Horizontal resolution - 430 TV lines minimum
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Composite video output - 1 volt p/p 75 Ohms
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Synchronisation - Line-lock
•
Video connector – BNC
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Lens mount - Standard CS mount.
•
Telemetry Interface: - RS 422 or RS 485
•
The minimum scene illumination: 0.7 Lux.
10.2.2.5 All cameras shall be Fiber Optic Network compatible. All the required hardware and
software shall be provided for the same.
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10.2.3 Camera Lens
10.2.3.1 A high quality camera lens shall be provided for the cameras. It shall be suitable for
distance viewing up to 200 metres away.
10.2.3.2 All critical glass elements shall be multi-layer coated to reduce glare.
•
Type Motorised zoom and focus controls
•
Zoom x 8
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Iris Auto-iris
•
Auto-iris light range For illumination between 1 and 100 000 lux with AGC on
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Focusing range 2 m to infinity.
10.2.3.3 The lens shall also be equipped with a neutral density filter.
10.2.3.4 In and out zooming shall be possible without losing focus at any point.
10.2.4 Camera Enclosures and PTZ Head
10.2.4.1 The camera enclosures, shall be equipped with the wiper / washer units, the pan / tilt heads,
and thermostatically controlled heater unit to prevent condensation. The assembly shall be designed
to withstand prolonged direct exposure to solar radiation in a harsh marine oil and gas plant
environment. All enclosures shall be of SS 316 material.
10.2.4.2 All camera enclosures shall be equipped with a corrosion-resistant sun shield and with the
enclosure shall house the Receiver / Driver unit.
10.2.4.3 The camera assembly including pan / tilt head, wash and wiper system shall be supplied
completely pre-wired to suit external connections.
10.2.5 Wiper / Washer Unit
The wiper / washer unit shall contain enough liquid for a minimum of 50 wipe / wash cycles. The
unit shall be controlled from the operator keyboard and shall automatically return to its normal
position on completion of a wipe / wash operation.
10.2.6 PTZ head the pan /tilt head shall be designed to allow internal cabling to the Camera in order
to eliminate the risk of cable damage due to frequent or extreme pan / tilt operations.
It shall be designed to accommodate the Receiver / Driver unit:
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Pan 0-350° minimum
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Pan speed 6° / sec minimum
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Tilt ± 90° minimum
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Tilt speed 3° / sec minimum
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Braking Mechanical
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Return to datum facility.
10.2.6.1 The units shall be equipped with externally adjustable pan and tilt limit switches.
10.2.6.2 Resetting accuracy of pan and tilt positions on preset positions shall not exceed ±1°.
10.2.6.3 Care shall be taken such that the pan and tilt operations do not transfer vibrations to the
picture.
10.2.6.4 Video signal transmitter and control signals decoder shall be housed in a separate
distribution box, having the same characteristics of the camera housing located at the same location.
10.2.6.5 The camera shall be provided with limit stops/switches that can be set by user and the
orientation of camera shall not be affected by strong winds.
10.2.6.6 The camera enclosure shall be made of stainless steel with a rain/sun shield and a
protective cover for the “Window”. The aperture ratio of lenses shall be selected such that a good
picture is obtained at night with the existing plant and equipment lighting.
10.2.6.7 The cameras shall be designed to ensure high definition and brilliant pictures of the areas,
when used in conjunction with the video monitor under normal daylight or night under emergency
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light. The cameras shall be microprocessor controlled to enable remote adjustment of all parameters
from the control station.
10.2.6.8 Cameras shall be fully solid sate type having compact form, equipped with zoom lens and
motorized auto-iris. The lens shall have wide-angle capability. Shutter or iris shall fully close upon
failure of the system power supply. Power shall be from AC UPS supplies and shall be switched
ON/OFF from the control equipment via the camera remote control. A power key switch shall be
installed in the direct vicinity of the camera to switch off all power to the camera, PTZ head, heater
etc.
10.2.7 Data Telemetry and Fibre Optic Video
10.2.7.1 Fibre Transceivers shall be used to transmit and receive the video and telemetry signals
from the Cameras to the Video Matrix.
10.2.7.2 Minimum specifications:
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Video connector BNC
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Impedance 75 Ohms
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Optical connector ST
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Serial interface for telemetry RS 485 or RS 422
10.2.7.3 The transceivers shall be rack-mounted in the CCTV Central equipment.
10.2.7.4 The multi-mode (62.5 / 125 µm), armoured fibre optic cable will be supplied by the CCTV
Vendor part of this package. The fibre core size given here is tentative only. Vendor shall select the
suitable F.O. core size for the equipment to be offered. For the F.O quantity refer to the scope of
supply document, PART-II of MR.
10.3 CCTV CENTRAL EQUIPMENT
10.3.1 The CCTV central equipment shall be housed inside free-standing standard front-access 19”
42U cabinet, with 2100 x 800 x 800 mm size, painted to RAL 7032 standard. The equipment
cabinet shall be fitted with glazed front doors and a plain back door.
10.3.2 The equipment cabinet shall house the following equipment, but not necessarily be limited
to:
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Video Processing Units
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Control Unit Interface
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Built in testing unit
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Video Matrix Switcher
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Quad Video Recorder
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Fibre Optic Patch panel
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Fibre Optic transceivers
10.3.3 The Fibre Optic transceivers shall be cross-connected to the Fibre Patch Panel.
10.3.4 Video Matrix Switcher
10.3.4.1 The Video Matrix shall allow manual and automatic switching of the video signals to the
Monitors.
10.3.4.2 The Video Matrix shall be housed within the CCTV Central equipment in a 19’’ standard
rack, with all control, power circuits. The system cabinet shall be accommodated with a test
Monitor to be connected to any of the Camera inputs.
10.3.4.3 In the Video Matrix, pictures shall be synchronised to avoid line and frame roll on
switching.
10.3.4.4 The main operating characteristics of the Video Matrix shall be as follows:
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Pictures spot selection and sequencing on any Monitor
Adjustment of the display duration (cyclic operation) up to 30 seconds
Manual selection of the displayed pictures, independent for each Monitor
On-screen Camera identity (2 digits numeric + 20 character text)
On-screen date and time
Assignment up to ten preset control positions per Camera.
Video signal quality: Real time image
10.3.4.5 The Video Matrix shall conform to the following minimum specifications and shall be
fully equipped for:
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Video Camera inputs 10
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Video Monitor outputs 4
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Mounting 19’’ rack.
Connections:
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Video Matrix / Transceivers BNC
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Video Matrix / Monitors BNC
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Video Matrix / Control Consoles RS 485 or RS-422.
10.4 VIDEO RECORDER
10.4.1 The CCTV security system shall be able to incorporate at least four removable hard disk
drives, allowing for up to one month storage and record the video from all cameras.
10.4.2 A high quality analog Video Cassette Recorder shall be wall/desk-mounted near the CCTV
Monitor. The recorder shall be with minimum 8 heads, PAL system and DVD recording system
with multiple recording speed.
10.4.3 It shall be possible to initiate recording or playback from the CCTV console. Facility shall be
provided for receiving external alarm signals to initiate automatic recording.
10.4.4 The recorder shall be interfaced to the Video Matrix.
10.5 CCTV CONSOLE
10.5.1 The Control Consoles shall be microprocessor-controlled with stored control software.
10.5.2 Control Console functions shall be as follows:
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Power on / off control of each Camera
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Focus and zoom of each Camera
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Pan and tilt control of each Camera
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Wash / wipe control of each Camera
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Display selection choice
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Indication that the system is operational
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Remote control of the Video Recorder.
10.5.3 The system shall include an extensive self-diagnostic program to detect and report any
system fault.
10.5.4 The system shall be synchronised and the VCR shall record camera ID as well as date and
time.
10.6 MONITORS
10.6.1 CCTV monitors shall be 21” diagonal dimensions. They shall be indoor types with IP21
protection minimum.
10.6.2 The CCTV monitors shall be very high resolution type and designed for 24 hours per day
operation without screen damage. The monitors shall be able to display single or quad images.
10.6.3 They shall be flush-mounted on the Central Control Room (CCR) Operator Console (OCD).
10.6.4 The monitors shall conform to the following specifications:
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Television standard: PAL, 625 lines, 50 fields
Input voltage: 1.0 V peak to peak 75 Ohm
Picture stabilisation: no vertical or horizontal synchronisation error shall be acceptable
when switching between cameras
 uilt-in-equalisation to compensate for up to 6 dB loss over video coax cable
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10.6.5 The minimum controls shall be the following:
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Brightness
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Contrast
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Colour
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On/off switch
10.7 CABLE DISTRIBUTION
10.7.1 The video signals and control signals shall be transmitted from each Camera to the CCTV
central equipment cabinet transceivers via the fibre optic cables. The multi-mode (62.5 /125 µm, 6core), armoured fibre optic cables between the cameras and the CCTV cabinet shall be supplied
along with the cameras. Vendor shall confirm the number of fibres required. Vendor shall provide
suitable ISO metric cable entry for the fibre optic cable.
10.7.2 One power supply (230 V AC UPS) feeder to each camera will be provided by others.
Vendor shall provide ISO M20 cable entry for the power supply cable. Any further distribution
within other field sub-units (Pan / tilt, washer etc.) shall be taken care by Vendor.
10.7.3 The transceivers shall be connected to the Video Matrix via a coaxial cable. The Video
Matrix shall transmit the video signal to the CCR Monitors via dedicated coaxial cables. The
control signal shall be transmitted from the CCR Control Consoles to the Video Matrix via a multipair cable.
10.7.4 All cables, cable accessories and connectors between the CCTV central equipment cabinet
and CCR monitors and CCR CCTV console shall be supplied by the Vendor. The cables shall be
supplied based on 50 metres distance.
10.8 MAST
All cameras shall be provided with masts with all necessary brackets and accessories for
installation. Vendor shall consider collapsible mast if the length of the mast is too high for direct
access. Vendor’s scope of work includes necessary engineering and documentation to finalise exact
camera location, mast height (based on plant layout drawings) for necessary camera coverage. The
pole shall be provided with a cantilever mechanism to allow the cameras to be easily lowered for
maintenance.
11. NAMEPLATES
Each cabinet, module, station, peripheral included in Vendor’s scope of supply shall have its individual
nameplate as follows:
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Nameplates shall be plastic type with a glossy black laminated surface and opaque white base
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Nameplates for outdoor equipment shall be stainless steel
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Nameplates shall be securely fixed at both ends with stainless steel screws
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Nameplate size, characters and character format shall be submitted for Purchaser’s review and
approval
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English lettering shall be used
Vendor’s mark and nameplate shall also be required for each station, cabinet and rack containing
manufacturer’s name, manufacturing date and production number. Material and format shall be the
same as other nameplates discussed above.
Each station and cabinet shall have both front and rear side nameplates.
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12. PAINTING AND RUST PREVENTION
12.1 PAINT SPECIFICATION
The VENDOR shall paint each item in accordance with the paint specification agreed with the
PURCHASER prior to hardware manufacturing commencing.
12.2 PAINT COLOUR
The paint colour shall be approved by the PURCHASER at the commencement of manufacture.
12.3 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
If the Vendor’s paint specification and colours are not acceptable to the PURCHASER then the
PURCHASER will advise the VENDOR of the required paint specification and colours.
12.4 SURFACE TREATMENT
Surfaces to be painted shall be dry and free from burrs, weld spatter, flux dirt, dust, oil and any other
foreign matter before any paint is applied.
All parts of the equipment shall be rust proofed adequately.
13. DOCUMENTATION
13.1 General
The documentation to be supplied with the equipment shall be sufficient to operate, maintain, repair
and re configure the hardware and software throughout the operational lifetime of the system.
Document types are specified in Appendix I; Vendor Documents Schedule (VDS).
13.2 Design Documents
The VENDOR shall produce a Functional Design Specification as his first activity prior to any
construction commencing unless agreed by the PURCHASER. The Functional Design Specification
shall detail fully the equipment offered, hardware details, and software configuration and programs
and test procedures and shall be approved by the PURCHASER.
The VENDOR shall produce unique drawings and documents for those items on the VDS, which
are identified as for PURCHASER approval. The VENDOR may submit standard drawings and
documents for other category items on the VDS.
13.3 On line Documentation
It is recommended that a copy of vendor documentation related to the system maintenance and
configuration reside within the engineering station.
14. INSPECTIONS AND TESTING
14.1 General
The system shall be fully tested and inspected at Vendor’s shop to ensure satisfactory operation
before packing and shipping. A schedule for inspection and testing shall be detailed in the
manufacturing quality Plan. The Purchaser’s inspectors will witness the tests.
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14.2 Factory Acceptance Test (FAT)
a) General
The VENDOR shall submit test procedures for Purchaser’s approval prior to the FAT.
The VENDOR shall satisfactorily test the Equipment prior to the Factory Acceptance Tests, and
submit test procedures to Purchaser prior to the FAT.
The VENDOR shall notify the PURCHASER a minimum of 30 days in advance of his intention to
carry out tests so that arrangements can be made to witness the event.
For FAT, the VENDOR shall make available time, space and assistance to ensure the
PURCHASER is given all possible assistance.
VENDOR shall provide all goods, materials and services for all the tests and shall provide all test
equipment required to test out the equipment and to simulate all field inputs, outputs and serial links
and monitor all output operations.
FAT shall be as complete as practicable with all interfacing equipment available from other
systems, and shall be a detailed function test covering all stages of the equipment's operation.
b) Unit Tests
All controls shall be checked during the test for correct operations and a full functional test shall be
carried out to confirm compliance with the specification.
All faults discovered shall be rectified at the Vendor’s cost and the affected system offered for retest.
The tests shall comprise the following tests as a minimum:
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Visual, mechanical and electrical inspection of all equipment for conformance to drawing and
specification.
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Hardware testing e.g. calibration, switching, etc.
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Power supply testing for load and switching.
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RFI and EMI tests.
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Functional checks
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Factory as-built documentation shall also be checked.
c) System Software Tests
Software tests shall comprise the following tests as a minimum:
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Functional tests of the operating system.
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Configuration tests.
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Functional tests of all utility programs.
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Functional tests of all VENDORS supplied application software.
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Functional tests of communication with all third party equipment.
d) Performance Tests
The performance tests shall comprise the following tests as a minimum.
System response tests to confirm that the performance requirements of specification are met.
System integration tests to confirm all functions are operational and dependency between functions
is present.
14.3 Test Completion
On completion of satisfactory PURCHASER witnessed factory acceptance tests the VENDOR shall
collate all test results for signature and approval and issue the necessary certificates.
15. INSTALLATION, START UP AND COMMISSIONING
15.1 Installation
Purchaser will install the equipment at site under the supervision of VENDOR specialists.
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15.2 Checks
VENDOR specialists shall be responsible to check that the following minimum requirements have
been fulfilled:
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Correct installation of cabinets and stations.
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Replacement of equipment in cabinets and station removed for transportation.
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Connection and installation of all system cables and internal cable connections.
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Connection of all power and earthing cables and resistance checks.
15.3 Power up
Vendor specialists shall power up the system and check that following requirements have been
completed:
All Vendors standard hardware, software and diagnostics checks have been completed, including all
processor failure mode, redundancy, security access and restart procedures.
Communication checks have run with data transmission corruption being acceptable within the
Vendor’s published specification.
15.4 SAT
The VENDOR shall submit SAT Test Procedures for Purchaser’s approval prior to the Test. Vendor
specialists shall then perform Site Acceptance Test (SAT) for Purchaser’s approval. Full functional
test shall be carried out at this stage.
The VENDOR shall specify the need for any special test equipment and site support required for
installation and commissioning.
15.5 Commissioning
Vendor may be required to provide a site-based specialist to assist the Purchaser with the following
activities during commissioning:
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Operator guidance.
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System configuration amendments.
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Resolve system faults.
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Vendor shall confirm in his quotation, his commitments to render the above-mentioned.
15.6 Test Equipment
The VENDOR shall specify the need for any special test equipment and site support required for
installation and commissioning.
5.7 Documents
The VENDOR shall provide agreed as-built documents and drawings following site
commissioning.
16. SPARES PARTS SUPPLY
16.1 Construction, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning Spare Parts
VENDOR shall recommend the spares for construction, pre-commissioning, commissioning and
construction allowance, which will be purchased together with the equipment, and include the cost of
spares in the quotation.
16.2 Spare Parts for Two Years of Operation
VENDOR shall recommend the spares required for 2 years of operation and provide a price list.
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PURCHASER may purchase the spares listed in Vendor’s recommended spare part list after review.
Validity of spare parts proposal shall be 12 months.
16.3 Maintenance Tools
If the supplied equipment requires special maintenance tools, the VENDOR shall include in his
proposal a price list for one complete set of such special tools. PURCHASER may purchase the tools
in a similar manner to spares as indicated in Section 16.2.
17. TRAINING
VENDORS shall be required to provide training as follows:
• Training of Operators to overtake System operation
• Training of Technicians to perform System maintenance and configuration work
18. GUARANTEES
Vendors shall guarantee that he is able to support and supply spare parts for the supplied hardware,
software and firmware for at least 10 years from the date of shipment.
Completion of commissioning does not end Vendor's involvement: Vendor shall be able to provide
support either by telephone or site attendance, and where appropriate, modems shall be provided,
with client authorization, to permit remote connection to the equipment or the operator interface to
diagnose problems and make adjustments.
Vendor shall be in a position to offer system maintenance contract services to:
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Debug and trouble-shoot the software.
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Install software upgrades.
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Periodically back-up the database and graphics screens.
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Check and clean the hardware.
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Make adjustments identified by the operations staff to further optimize the system.
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Provide advice and assistance.
If the VENDOR believes that parts of the system will be withdrawn from sale after 10 years, he
shall provide a statement detailing the equipment to be withdrawn, the timing and how updated
parts can replace the withdrawn parts.
The Vendor shall also guarantee that the equipment supplied is free from fault in design,
workmanship and material, and is of adequate design and proper material to fulfil satisfactorily the
specified operating conditions.
Should any failure or defect in design, material, workmanship or operating characteristics develop
under the start-up and commissioning periods or during the first 12 months of operation, but not
later than 24 months from the date of shipment, the Vendor shall make all required repairs,
alterations or replacements of the defective equipment, free of charge, and shall pay transportation
fees involved to and from NIOEC’s site.
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APPENDIX I
VENDOR’S DOCUMENT SUPPLY (VDC)
DOCUMENTS
WITH
QUOTATION
DESCRIPTION
DOCUMEN
TS AFTER
FINALISAT
ION
ISSUE
PURPOSE
QUANT
ITY
AND
TYPE
QUANTITY
AND TYPE
4C
FI
2C
2C+1R
4C
FI
2C
2C+1R
4C
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
4C
FI
2C
2C+1R
4C
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
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2C+1R
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2C
2C+1R
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FI
2C
2C+1R
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2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FI
2C
2C+1R
FA
2C
2C+1R
QUANTITY
TYPE
1. GENERAL
1.3 CATALOGUES
2. SHIPPING INFORMATION
2.1 NET & GROSS WEIGHTS
2.2 MEASUREMENTS
2.3 PACKING, KNOCKDOWN AND
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
DOCUMENTS AFTER
PURCHASE ORDER
4C
3. SCHEDULES
3.1 DESIGN WORK SCHEDULE
3.2. MANUFACTURING SCHEDULE
3.3 DOCUMENT SUBMISSION SCHEDULE
3.4 TEST AND INSPECTION SCHEDULE
3.5 SHIPPING SCHEDULE
4. REPORTING
4.1 STATUS REPORTS
4.2 TEST AND INSPECTION REPORTS
FI
5. SPARE PARTS AND SPECIAL
TOOLS
5.1 COMMISSIONING SPARE PARTS LIST
5.2 OPERATIONAL 2-YEARS SPARE LIST
6. INSTRUCTIONS AND MANUALS
6.1 TEST & INSPECTION PROCEDURE
6.2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
6.3 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
6.4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR STORAGE AT SITE
6.5 SYSTEM FUNCTION MANUALS
6.6 OPERATOR STATION MANUALS
7. DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS
7.1 DRAWING & DOCUMENT LIST
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7.2 POWER CONSUMPTION LIST AND
HEAT DISSIPATION
7.3 POWER SUPPLY & DISTRIBUTION
DRAWINGS
7.4 DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS
7.5 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
7.6 FOUNDATION DESIGN BASE AND
ANCHORING DETAILS
7.7 GROUNDING SYSTEM
7.8 NAMEPLATE LIST
7.9 PRELIMINARY SYSTEM PLOT
PLAN IN CONTROL ROOM &
EQUIPMENT ROOM
7.10 MTBF FIGURES
7.11 HARDWARE SPECIFICATION
7.12 INTERNAL & EXTERNAL LAYOUT
DRAWINGS
7.13 INTER WIRING DRAWINGS
7.14 TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT
DRAWINGS
7.15 WIRING CONNECTION LIST
7.16 SOFTWARE SPECIFICATION
INCLUDING APPLICATION SOFTWARE
ABBREVIATIONS:
C: COPIES
R: REPRODUCIBLE
FI: FOR PURCHASER’S INFORMATION
FA: FOR PURCHASER’S APPROVAL
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2C+1R
FA
2C
2C+1R
4C
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ATTACHMENT I
Typical Arrangement of CCTV Security System Cameras
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