Tender document for IITMRP INCUBATION

Tender document for IITMRP INCUBATION
PROJECT:
PROPOSED INCUBATION MODULES FOR
IITMRP, CHENNAI
IBMS-TENDER SPECIFICATION
INDEX
S NO
DESCRIPTION
1
Introduction
2
Standards & Regulations
3
Fire protection and fire Detection System
4
Public Address System
5
IP Based Closed Circuit Television
6
Access Control System
7
Wireless Communication System
8
Technical Sheet Submittal
9
List of Recommended Makes
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1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
Project Overview
Proposed Incubation Modules For IITMRP, Chennai , building consisting of 3 & 6th floor in
Phase -2, i.e.
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Block –A
Block –B
Block –C
Block –D
- third and sixth floor
- third and sixth floor
- sixth floor
- third floor
Refer the tender drawings for floor area details and understanding of project. The contractor
suggested offering the tender after the site visit of proposed building.
1.2
Scope
The scope of work shall include Design, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning&
Handing over of the Integrated Building Management Systems.
The Fire safety and security systems of following have been covered in this tender as follows;
1. Automatic Sprinkler & Fire detection and alarm system - FAS
2. Public address system for general cum emergency announcement – PAS
3. IP based Closed circuit television system – IP CCTV
4. Automatic gate management system with Boom Barriers & Tripod
5. Back bone system for Data & voice
The Integrated Building Management Systems - IBMS shall incorporate the following equipment
for integrate, monitor, maintain and control the equipment:
1. Air Handling Units
2. VFD & VAV Units
3. Ventilation and Exhaust System
The system should be able to provide the following integration and provide consumption report
of fit out areas.
1. Energy Meter integration
2. BTU calculation via BMS logic
The system should have open integration in terms of monitoring the chiller parameters and
generate necessary report via Modbus protocol.
Also the system should be able to provide the following integration and provide parameters in the
IBMS system.
1.
2.
3.
4.
PA Integration
FAS Integration
CCTV Integration
Access integration
The Details scope of system shall be described under the relevant subsystems.
The work under this system shall consist of supply, installation, testing, training & handing over
of all materials, equipment, hardware, software appliances and necessary labour to commission
they said system, complete with all the required components strictly as per the enclosed design
specifications, design details. The scope also include the supply, installation & commissioning of
any material or equipment including civil works that are not specifically mentioned in the
specifications and design details but are required for successful commissioning of the project.
1.3
Coordination of work with IIT
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Coordinate the work of this division with the work of all other supply items by IIT team and
the incubator company and so arrange that there will be no delay in the proper installation
and completion of any part or parts of each respective work wherein it may be interrelated
with that of this Contract so that generally all construction work can proceed without delaying
the completion of the project.
Examine contract drawings and specifications for all other trades relating to this project, verify
all governing conditions at the site, and become fully informed as to the extent and character
of the work required and its relation to other work in the building. No consideration will be
granted for any alleged misunderstanding of the materials to be furnished for work to be
done.
Scaled and figured dimensions with respect to the items are approximate only; sizes of
equipment have been taken from typical equipment items of the class indicated. Before
proceeding with work, carefully check all dimensions and sizes and assume full responsibility
for the fitting-in of equipment and materials to the building and to meet architectural and
structural conditions.
Coordinate work with other disciplines. Confer with other contractors whose work might
affect this installation and arrange all parts of this work and equipment in proper relation to
the work and equipment of others, with the building construction and with architectural finish
so that this work will harmonize in service, appearance, and function.
Install exposed piping to provide the maximum amount of headroom coordinated with the
Architectural drawings above the finished floor. Install piping concealed in areas where hung
ceilings or other furred spaces are indicated.
Refer to the Architectural Drawings for ceiling heights, locations and types of hung ceilings
and furred spaces.
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Furnish to the OEM guidelines for general construction, detailed advance information
regarding all requirements related to work under other Divisions and/or Sections. Furnish
sizes, accurate data, and locations of any and all pads, pits, chases, sleeves, and slots through
floor slabs, walls, foundations, ceilings, roof, and other special openings required for work
under this Division.
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2.0
STANDARDS & REGELATIONS:
National Building Code of India 2005, Part – 4, Fire
and Life Safety
National fire protection academy code for fire
alarm & public address system
National fire protection academy code for fire
alarm & public address system
Selection, Installation & Maintenance of Fire
Detection and Alarm System.
National Electric Code
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL) Publication2775
Specification for PVC insulated cables for working
voltages up to and including 1100V
Rubber Insulated Braided Wire
NBC
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NFPA-72
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NFPA-72
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IS-2189
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NFPA 70
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UL
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IS-694
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IS-9968 (Pt-1)
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IS-1554 (Pt-1)
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EN 50130-4:1995
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BS 5887:1980
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BS 4808
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BS 6558
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IEC65-WG9 65A
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IEC65-WG10
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PVC Insulated Cables
To ensure the protection of people and, property in
the form of an intruder alarm system, hold-up
alarm system, CCTV systems, access control
systems or social alarm systems.
In terms of electromagnetic compatibility is
necessary to address issues of the conformity
assessment of products, selection of suitable
components and in particular method of
installation in a specific area of deployment.
Code of practice for testing of computer based
Systems
Specification for low frequency cables and wire for
Telecommunication
Optical fibres and cables
Software for computers in the application of
industrial safety related Functional safety of
programmable electronic systems:
Generic aspects 65A (Secretariat)
IEEE802.3
:
CSMA/CD Local Area Network Protocol
IEEE 802.4
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Token Bus Local Area Network Protocol
IEEE 802.5
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ISO 9001:1987
:
Token Ring Local Area Network Protocol
Quality Systems: Production, Installation and
Servicing Capability
ISO 9000-3
:
Guidelines for the application of ISO 9001 to
development, supply and maintenance of software.
ASTM B 3-90
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Soft or Annealed Copper Wire.
ASTM 4565
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ASTM D4566-94
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Cold Bend Test.
Standard Test Methods for Electrical Performance
Properties of Insulations and Jackets for
Telecommunications Wire & Cable.
3.0
ASTM 4565
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ANSI/ICEA S-90-661
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Category 3, 5, 5e & 6
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ANSI/NFPA 70 2005
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NFPA 90A
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NFPA 75
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ANSI/TIA/EIA568B.2
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Physical and Environmental Properties of
Insulation and Jackets for Telecommunications
Wire and Cable.
Individually Unshielded Twisted Pair Indoor
Cables.
For Use in General Purpose and LAN
Communications.
National Electrical Code (NEC).
Standard for the Installation of Air Conditioning
and Ventilating Systems, 2002 Edition.
Standards for Protection of Information Technology
Equipment 2003 Edition.
Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling
Standard, Part 2: Balanced Twisted Pair Cabling
Components Addendum 1 Category 6
FIRE FIGHTING & FIRE DETECTION & ALARM SYSTEM
The Fire Fighting & alarm system shall be designed and installed as per National Building Code (NBC)
2005 Part IV – India, Life Safety standards and detailed specifications as noted above in this document.
1. Classification of Occupancy:
As per NBC, proposed project has been classified under Business building (E) with ordinary hazard
occupancy. (REFER - TABLE 23 OF NBC- 2005, PART IV).
2. Systems Proposed:
Following Fire protection systems are proposed for the development.
2.1
Automatic sprinkler system.
2.2
Fire detection and alarm system.
2.3
Fluorescent type Exit and other Emergency Signage
2.4
Fire extinguisher
3. Automatic Sprinkler System:
3.1
Sprinklers and sprinkler piping net work are designed and provided as per the NFPA-13
requirement.
3.2
Sprinkler coverage area shall be 9-12 sq.mts per sprinkler. Sprinklers are Pendent / Upright
3.3
All sprinklers used shall be Standard response, standard coverage Pendent & Upright type of Kfactor K-80(5.6) with temperature rating of 68°C.
3.4
Flow switches are provided on the Sprinkler main tapings at each floor for supervising at
Fire alarm Panel.
4. Intelligent Addressable Fire Alarm system:
Intelligent/Analogue Addressable type fire detection and alarm system is designed and installed as per
National Building Code, NFPA-72, and IS 2189. Major Equipments are.
4.1
Analogue addressable fire alarm control panel with battery back-up for 24hrs normal operation &
30 minutes alarm operation. Loop capacity shall be as per the BOQ.
4.2
Intelligent Addressable Heat detectors, Multisensor Detectors
4.3
Field devices like Control / Relay / Monitor Modules.
4.4
Dual action type Manual call points, Hooter cum strobe, Response indicators for above ceiling
detectors.
5. Public Address system:
The main objective of the Public Address System is to convey clear and audible instructions to all the
people on all floors / buildings in case of occurrence of fire / other emergency to reach a place of safety
in the open, outside the buildings.
The sound output should not be so loud that people nearest to the speakers feel uncomfortable, nor so
weak that people away cannot discern what is being broadcast. This is achieved by working the system
at 60 to 75% power output and distributing speakers uniformly all over floor area. The system will
comprise of a microphone of suitable for voice communication / Announcements through speakers on
various floors/buildings. The system shall consist of:
5.1
Booster cum Mixer Amplifiers to avoid the noise.
5.2
Wall mounted speakers in common areas & ceiling speakers in the fall ceiling areas.
5.3
Connecting cables & racks for mounting above.
5.4
Master Controller with Console.
5.5
Zone Controller with Zone selector
SECTION THREE – AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM.
1.
General:
1.1
The sprinkler system shall be provided for floors, comprising system components and equipments
like sprinkler main, branch and internal piping complete with valves, alarms and supporting
arrangements. Sprinkler heads shall be fixed as per the requirement and also supply spare sprinklers.
1.2
All material shall be of the best quality conforming to specifications and subject to the approval of the
engineer-in-charge.
1.3
Pipes and fittings shall be fixed truly vertical/horizontal or on slopes required in a neat manner.
Pipes shall be fixed in such a manner so as to provide easy accessibility for repair and maintenance
and shall not cause obstruction in shafts, passages etc., Pipes shall be securely fixed to walls and
ceilings by suitable clamps at intervals specified. Only approved types of anchor fasteners shall be
used for RCC ceilings and walls.
1.4
Valves and other equipment shall be so located that they are easily accessible for operation, repairs
and maintenance.
1.5
At false ceiling spaces, where below ceiling sprinklers are required an extra tee to be provided with
flexible hose.
2.
Sprinkler Heads:
2.1
Sprinkler heads shall be of Quartzoid bulb type with standard bulb, valve assembly, yoke and the
deflector. The sprinkler shall be of approved make and type.
2.2
Pendent pattern: These sprinklers shall be designed to produce a hemi spherical type of discharge
below the plane of the deflector with little or no water being discharged upwards to wet the ceiling.
2.3
Spray patterns: The spray type sprinklers shall produce a hemispherical discharge below the plane
of the deflector.
2.4
Ceiling (flush) patterns (concealed type): These shall be designed for use with concealed pipe work.
These shall be installed pendant with the cover plate flush to the ceiling with pushover rosette ceiling
tile adjustable escutcheon screw adjustment concealed solder type sprinkler cover plate of proper
temperature rating etc., as per manufacturer’s specification.
2.5
Upright pattern: These sprinklers shall be designed to produce a hemi spherical type of discharge
below the plane of the deflector with little or no water being discharged upwards to wet the ceiling.
2.6
Construction bulb: Bulb shall be made of corrosion free material strong enough to withstand any
water pressure likely to occur in the system. The bulb shall shatter when the temperature of the
surrounding air reaches a pre-determined level.
2.7
Valve assembly: Water passage of the sprinkler shall be closed by a valve assembly of flexible
construction. The valve assembly shall be held in position by the Quartzoid bulb. The assembly shall
be stable and shall withstand pressure surges or external vibration with displacement.
2.8
Yoke: The yoke shall be made of high quality gunmetal. The arms of yoke shall be so designed as to
avoid interference with discharge of water from the deflector.
2.9
Deflector: The deflector shall be suitable for either upright or pendent erection. The deflector shall be
designed to give an even distribution of water over the area protected by each sprinkler.
2.10 Color code: The following color code shall be adopted for classification of sprinklers according to
nominal temperature ratings: S. No
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Type of Sprinkler
Standard response, std. coverage
Upright sprinkler
Standard response, std. coverage
Pendent sprinkler
K-Factor
Size of bulb
Color of bulb
80 (5.6)
5 mm.
Red.
80 (5.6)
5 mm.
Red.
2.11 Size of sprinkler orifices: The following sizes of sprinklers shall be selected for various classes of
hazards: Ordinary hazard: 15mm nominal bore
2.12 Temperature ratings: For normal conditions and temperature climates, rating of 68° C shall be used.
However, the temperature rating shall be as close as possible to, but not less than 30 0C above the
highest anticipated temperature conditions.
3.
Installation of pipe (above ground piping) for sprinkler system:
3.1
All pipes shall be G.I heavy grade (‘C’ class) pipes as per IS: 1239 part-I for sizes up to 150NB & M.S
pipes as per IS: 3589 for sizes 200NB & above with a minimum thickness of 6.0mm.
3.2
Fittings shall be G.I confirming to IS: 1239 part-II. Fittings up to 50mm dia shall be of
screwed/threaded joints & for sizes 65NB & above welded or flanged shall be used. Fittings shall be
fabricated from parent pipe for sizes 200NB & above. Only electro galvanized nut/bolts shall be
used.
3.3
Pipes shall be carefully laid to the alignment & levels shown on the plan & sections and great care
shall be taken to prevent any sand or foreign particles entering into the pipes. Pipes shall be kept
thoroughly clean during the course of laying. Ends of pipes shall be blocked with wooden plugs
wedged home, at the end of each day’s work to prevent dirt and rodents, insects etc., entering the
pipe.
3.4
Flanged joints shall be made with 3 mm thick insertion rubber washer / Gaskets. All bolt holes in
flanges shall be drilled & making hole by using gas cutting is not acceptable. The drilling of each
flange shall be in accordance with relevant Bureau of Indian Standards. The Bolts /Nuts / Washers
used in the system shall be Galvanized as per IS 1367 and suitable length of not more than 25mm
beyond the Nut.
3.5
Piping shall be so installed that the system can be thoroughly drained. All the pipes shall be arranged
to drain to the installation drain valve.
3.6
Sprinklers should have range pipes 25 mm dia of 150 mm length forming part of the fitting. Balance
piping from Branch/ sub header will be measured part of piping works..
4.
Installation control valve:
Installation control valves shall comprise of the following: 4.1
One main stop valve of full way pattern with gunmetal pointer to indicate whether open/shut.
One automatic alarm valve, fitted with handle and cover.
5.
4.2
One hydraulic alarm motor and gong for sounding continuous alarm upon outbreak of fire.
4.3
One combined waste and testing valve including 5 meters of tubing and fittings.
4.4
Alarm stop valve.
4.5
Strainer.
4.6
Drain plug.
4.7
Padlock and Strap.
4.8
Wall box for housing all of above.
Pressure gauge:
Pressure gauges confirming to IS/BS specifications shall be provided at the following locations
6.
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Just above alarm valve.
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Just below alarm valve, on the installation stop valve.
Pipe Supports:
6.1
All above ground piping shall be installed on suitable pipe hangers/supports as required. The
hangers shall be made of MS angles, channels, etc., and painted to the required finish.
6.2
Hangers & supports selected shall be capable of carrying the sum total of all concurrently acting
loads. They shall be designed to provide the required supporting effects and allow pipelines
movements as necessary. All guides, anchors, braces, dampeners, expansion joints and structural
steel to be attached to the building / structure etc shall be provided by the contractor. Hangers &
components for all piping shall be as per the drawing.
6.3
Additional supports shall be provide at bends etc., angles for pipe support should not be less than
40x40x6mm size. Cutting shall be by gas cutter. All cut edges and weld surfaces shall be grounded to
a smooth finish.
6.4
Slotted angle/channel supports on walls shall be provided wherever shown on drawings or as
required. Angles/channels shall be fixed to brick walls and bolts embedded in cement concrete
blocks and to RCC walls with suitable anchor fasteners. Holes required in RCC walls shall be neatly
drilled by electric drills and no manual chiseling will be allowed.
6.5
6.6
Anchor fasteners used for sprinkler piping supports shall be as follows:
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Pipes up to 50mm dia – M8 x 40 long drop in anchor with threaded rod.
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65 to 100mm dia – M10 x 40 long drop in anchor with threaded rod.
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Pipes above 150mm dia shall use 75 x75 x 8mm angle.
However the contractor shall submit piping support detail drawing along with the shop drawings
for consultant’s approval.
6.7
7.
The spacing of piping supports shall be as follows:
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25mm to 32 mm dia.
- 2.5 meters
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40 mm to 65 mm dia.
- 3.0 meters
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65 mm and above
- 3.6 meters
Pipe Protection:
7.1
All pipes above ground and in exposed locations shall be painted with two coat of Zinc chromate
primer and two coats (each of 40 microns) of synthetic enamel paint of approved shade (RED- Shade
no -536). The pipes should be initially brushed to remove all foreign matter before applying paint /
primer.
7.2
Pipes passing through masonry walls, foundation, beams (if any) shall be taken through embedded
pipe sleeve of same material. The pipe sleeve size to be at least one and a half times (1.5) diameter of
the crossing pipeline. The pipeline running below floor shall be given anticorrosive treatment same
as for underground piping.
8.
Welding Process:
8.1
Welding shall be carried out by 3 phase rectifier type welding set. Welding shall be on high current
low voltage basis. Conventional welding machine shall not be accepted.
8.2
Proper weld or filler rod to be selected to achieve a weld metal with the desired corrosion resistant &
strength characteristics.
8.3
After completion of welding, brushing process need to be performed using a stainless steel manual
wire brush. The goal of this process is cleaning all the imperfections left by the welding process, and
preventing rust from appearing. Brushing removes the burrs & other foreign particles that may be
present on the welded portion.
8.4
All weld surfaces & cut edges should be grounded to smooth finish.
8.5
With the completion of above process welded portion need to be coated with paint/primer which are
high in elemental zinc (Zinc chromate primer). This will effectively restore full corrosion protection to
the weld areas.
9.
Functional tests
9.1
Upon the completion of the installation, the contractor shall conduct functional tests with simulated
fire conditions in the space to be decided by the owners. The contractor shall supply all materials,
labor and personnel required for the functional tests. Rate quoted in the BOQ shall be deemed to
include cost of the above.
10. Butterfly Valves:
1.1
Butterfly valves shall be provided for pipes 50mm dia and above. The valves shall conform to BS
5155 and shall be CI construction, including nuts, bolts, washers, 3mm thick insertion rubber gasket
complete as per the specifications.
1.2
Butterfly valves up to 150NB shall be lever operated type. 200NB & above are gear operated.
1.3
The valves shall be tested to a pressure of 16 Kg/sq.cm.
Butterfly
Valves
shall
confirm
the
following specification:
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Body: High duty cast iron to IS 210 Gr. FG 220 and BS 1452 Gr. 220.
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Seating: Molded in-situ resilient lining of black nitride rubber.
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Disk: Nylon coated S.G. Iron to IS 1865/SG 400/12 and BS 2729 Gr.420/12.
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Shaft: The shafts are made of stainless steel AISI 431. Only flanged end valves to be used with
flanges drilled to BS 10 Table F. Valves shall be capable of being locked in open position.
1.4
Hand wheel shall be with vertical gear unit for smooth opening and closing of the valve for gear
operated valves. Key rods with M.S. coated extended spindles to be provided wherever the valves
are not approachable from the ground surface.
1.5 Valves shall be provided with the supervisory switch for monitoring of open / closed position of the
valves.
11. FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL (FACP):
The FACPs used in the Building shall confirm with the UL - 9th Editions.
1. The fire alarm control panel (FACP) shall be suitable for Class-A Style 5, 6 or 7 wiring and
Class–B Style 4 type of wiring as per NFPA-72.
2. It shall have provision to accept the range of 110V - 230V ± 10% single phase, 50 Hz SMPS
supply.
3. The processor shall be of M3 32 bit, capability for Day & Night mode.
4. The panel shall maintain 2000 events, each with a time and date stamp.
5. The control panels shall exclusively maintain 1000 alarm event and 1000 other events (troubles
supervisory pre alarm etc.).
6. The system shall support three password levels, (i.e. Advance / Admin/ user).
7. It shall have inbuilt USB 2.0 Interface for easy configuration facility via PC/Laptop.
8. The FACP shall have Minimum 160 Characters LCD in which the LCD clearly indicates the
location of fire, Fault & Supervisory.
9. The FACP should have capacitive Touch Keypad, instead of mechanical snap dome switches
for trouble free operation.
10. The panel shall have degraded operating mode. In case of main CPU failure the panel still
gives audio and visual notification.
11. The FACPs shall have maximum capacity of four loops and can be configurable as one, two,
three and four loop.
12. It shall have inbuilt RS485 facility for networking. Peer to peer networking of at least eight
panels should be possible in a system, comprising of not less than 8128 devices in any
combination.
13. The panel shall have two circuits for remote monitoring with at least one for Initiating device
circuit.
14. The FACP should have minimum two inbuilt Notification Appliances circuits.
15. The FACP shall have provision to interface Ethernet, GSM module and any BMS.
16. The FACP shall have the facility to connect the Printer by using Interface module directly to
the panels.
17. The panel shall have minimum three programmable form C, potential free Relays, loop wise
Auto-learn facility for easy installation and commissioning, capability to add or delete the
devices without affecting the existing configurations, facility to program 192 groups with
label, built in visual alarm indication for minimum 36 zones, programmable time delay
facility.
18. The Panel should be capable of alerting duplication of address, mismatch on the device type.
The panel shall have provision to restore factory default setting.
19. The FACP should give audio and visual indication for main and/or standby power supply
failure.
20. The panel shall indicate degraded power supply in case both the mains and standby power
supplies are below the rated level with inbuilt battery charging circuit to charge up to 40Ah
SMF batteries.
21. The FACP shall be capable to integrate the voice evacuation system, shall have Programmable
Trouble Reminder facility, AC loss Delay facility and also on site and off site programming.
The FACP shall have the following functions activated through the touch key pad:
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Acknowledge
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Silence
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Evacuate
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Reset
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Scroll
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Test
22. Zone should have built in intelligence with 32 bit controller with auto addressing facility in
respect to the slot it is inserted, shall be swappable without any configuration changes and
should have LED for loop status indication.
23. Each zone shall accommodate minimum 50 devices (detectors and modules) in any
combination.
24. All the alarm initiating devices shall be addressed through 8 way DIP switch without any
configuration utility/ programming kit. (Binary–addressing).
25. All types of detectors offered will be restorable type i.e. suitable for operating afresh after each
actuation on alarm without replacement or adjustment.
26. The sensitivity of smoke sensor shall be individually adjusted from the FACP to suit the
conditions of each location.
27. Each detector shall have self-test facility, which is monitored in the FACP.
28. The FACP should be able to monitor each detector and raise maintenance alert once the drift
compensation level is reached.
3.1
CONSTRUCTION DETAILS:
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The FACP shall be of 1.6 mm CRCA cabinet and shall have an ingress protection of at least IP50. It shall be capable of being wall Mounted or flush mounted.
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The cabinet and front shall be corrosion protected, given a rust-resistant powder coat, and
manufacturer's standard finish.
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It shall be of Red, White or Black finish as per requirement. The FACPs shall be provided with
earthing premises with cable entry from the top.
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The panel shall be completely factory wired, absolutely ready-in all respects for installation at
site. The internal wiring of the panel shall be carried out with 650V grade, stranded copper
wires of size rated for the current in the corresponding circuit.
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The minimum size of the wire shall be not less than 0.8 sq.mm for electronic-circuits and
1.5sq.mm for electrical circuits & 14AWG for grounding.
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The door shall be provided with a key lock and shall have the ability to be hinged.
Note: The DSP will be located in panel with respect to no of zones which will be supplied by
IIT team. The DSP installation, wiring, interconnection &co ordination work for
commissioning will be under the scope of contractor.
3.2
POWER SUPPLY:
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The System shall operate in the range of 110-240V AC, 50/60 Hz main supply (SMPS). The
power supply shall have auto resettable fuses.
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The panel shall have protection against transient and surges.
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The Power Supply shall be provided with an earth detect circuit, capable of detecting earth
faults.
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The power supply shall have Battery charging facility with thermal fuses to avoid reverse
polarity damages.
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The SMPS power supply shall have LED indication to show the healthiness of the power
supply in green color and in low voltage condition it shall have RED indication.
3.3
CENTRAL PROCESS UNIT (CPU):
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The FACP shall have a processor which shall be 32 bit ARM cortex M3 controller.
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The sophisticated software shall facilitate extensive memory for storing the logs of alarms,
times and action taken report.
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3.4
The memory shall store data in a non-volatile format and retrievable for at least seven years.
REPEATER PANEL (Passive type):
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Repeater panel shall be UL Listed.
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The Repeater Panel shall have minimum 160 characters LCD display in which the LCD clearly
indicates the location of fire, fault & supervisory status.
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The repeater panel should have capacitive touch keypad, instead of mechanical snap dome
switches, for trouble free operation.
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Repeater panels shall be suitable for wall mounting or mounting on table which shall display
all the parameters occurring on the fire alarm control panel.
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It shall connect to any of the fire panels in the network. It shall be provided with an external
power supply.
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The repeater panel shall replicate the main panel indications and shall be accessed only by
authorized users through password.
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The repeater panels shall be connected to the main panel and other repeater panels in such a
way that failure in any of the panels shall not affect the performance of the other panels.
3.5
Conventional Optical Smoke Sensor Detector:
The Optical Detector shall confirm to the relevant standards having the following features1. Detector shall be UL approved.
2. It shall have smoke sensitivity of 1.9 +/- 0.6 %/ft.
3. The Detector shall be loop powered and addressed by DIP switches.
4. All the detectors shall have a visible dual blinking LED to indicate the healthiness/ trouble/
alarm condition of the detector. The LED shall be located in such a way that it shall be visible
from the 360º.
5. It shall possess False alarm immunity and a superior signal to noise ratio.
6. It shall be capable of supporting style 7 wiring.
7. It shall have inbuilt drift compensation facility.
8. In case of a failure, panel shall allow to replace the detector with the same type without the
need of additional programming.
9. The detector shall change sensitivity settings based on day/night mode or with schedules
based on the programming.
10. The detector shall have at least 3 levels of sensitivity settings.
11. The detector wiring shall be polarity free.
12. The detector shall have the connection details on the bottom.
3.6
Addressable Heat Detector:
The Heat Detector shall confirm to the relevant standards having the following features:
1. Detector shall be UL approved.
2. The detector should have fixed temperature rating of 59ºC and rate of rise of 11.1ºC / min.
3. The Detector shall be loop powered and addressed by DIP switches.
4. All the detectors shall have a visible dual blinking LED to indicate the healthiness/ trouble /
alarm condition of the detector. The LED shall be located in such a way that it shall be visible
from the 360º.
5. It shall possess False alarm immunity and a superior signal to noise ratio.
6. It shall be capable of supporting style 7 wiring.
7. In case of a failure, panel shall allow to replace the detector with the same type without the
need of additional programming.
8. The detector wiring shall be polarity free.
9. The detector shall have the connection details on the bottom.
3.7
Standard base:
1. It shall be UL Listed.
2. It shall be common for PHOTO, THERMAL AND MULTI SENSOR.
3. Premises of base shall be rust resistant.
4. It shall have separated in and out premises.
5. It shall have premises to connect remote indicator.
3.8
Addressable Control Module:
1. It shall be UL listed.
2. It shall have LED indication to show the status.
3. It shall activating notification devices and 24V DC operated devices.
4. It shall have a capability of handling at least 1A @ 30VDC to integrate with third party system.
5. It shall be capable of powering through the auxiliary source and shall supervise the auxiliary
power. The CM shall communicate faults and troubles related to the NACs, power supply to
the panel.
6. It shall be addressed by means of dip switches.
7. It shall be loop powered.
3.9
Addressable Monitor Module:
1. It shall be UL Listed.
2. It shall have LED indication to show the status.
3. It shall have supervised monitoring circuit.
4. It shall monitor any number of potential free NO contact.
5. It shall be addressed by means of dip switches.
6. It shall be loop powered.
3.10
Addressable Control Relay Module:
1. It shall be UL Listed.
2. It shall provide two dry potential free contacts for activating a variety of auxiliary devices and
other fire fighting / ventilation equipment.
3. It shall have contact rating of 2A @30V DC, 0.5 @125 VAC
4. It shall be addressed by means of dip switches.
5. It shall have LED for status indication.
6. It shall be loop powered.
3.11
Addressable Isolator Module:
1. Isolator module/ base shall be part of the loop. These modules shall be provided to
automatically isolate wire-to-wire short circuits on an SLC Style 6 (Class A) or Style 4 (Class B
branch).
2. The isolator module shall limit the number of modules or detectors that may be rendered
inoperative by a short circuit on the SLC loop segment or branch.
3. At least one isolator module shall be provided for each floor or protected zone of the building.
4. If a wire-to-wire short occurs, the isolator module shall automatically open-circuit (disconnect)
the SLC. When the short circuit condition is rectified, the isolator module shall automatically
reconnect the isolated section.
5. The isolator module shall not require any address setting, and its operations shall be totally
automatic.
6. It shall not be necessary to replace or reset an isolator module after its normal operation.
3.12
Addressable Zone Interface Module:
1. The zone Interface module (ZIM) will facilitate connection of conventional detectors in the
same circuit /loop consisting of addressable detectors.
2. It shall be capable of powering the detectors through the auxiliary source and shall supervise
the IDC power supply.
3. It shall communicate alarm and troubles related to detector and power supply to the Panel.
4. It shall allow resetting conventional detectors from the panel.
5. It shall have LED status indication
6. It shall be capable to connect at least 16 Initiating Devices.
3.13
Addressable Input/Output Module:
1. The input and Output Module shall have LED indication to show the status.
2. It shall have supervised monitoring and output circuit.
3. It shall monitor any number of potential free NO contact.
4. It shall be addressed by means of dip switches.
3.14
Manual Pull Stations:
The Manual Pull Stations shall conform to the relevant standards having the following features.
1. It shall easily replaceable break glass rod.
2. It shall be of single gang mounting.
3. It shall be connected thru the Monitor module for addressing facility.
4. It shall have 10 [email protected] rating SPDT contact.
5. It shall Made of High quality Nontoxic-die casting.
6. It shall be UL listed.
3.15
Sounder :
The Sounder shall confirm to the relevant standards having the following features.
1. It shall be a Conventional sounder. (Bidder shall consider external power supply, cable,
conduits, modules required for activating externally powered sounders and include the
costing as part of the item – Sounders)
2. It shall have audibility level of 85dB
3. It shall have the capability of being tested from the FACP.
3.16
TCP/IP MODULE:
1. It shall be compatible with ravel make fire alarm panel.
2. It shall be ready to use TCP/IP firmware for fast integration.
3. It shall be 10/100M auto sensing Ethernet Mini card for embedded device networking.
4. It shall supports TCP server, TCP Client, UDP, Real COM driver operation modes.
5. It shall consume power not more than 1.5 Watts.
6. It shall works on the power supply from the fire alarm control panel.
7. It shall have enclosure of MS with powder coated white in color.
3.17
Graphic Software: - It shall be integrate with BMS software via Modbus TCP IP
1. The Graphic Software shall provide both Alarm Management and System maintenance tool.
2. The Graphic Software shall have all the System information available on a single screen
allowing quick assessment and full control over the fire alarm system.
3. The Graphic Software shall be able to access the individual device and Zones Status.
4. The Graphic Software shall be connected to a single panel or series of the networked panels.
5. The Graphic Software shall have a 3 access level for the software access security.
6. Building Evacuation, Alarm Silencing and Reset are available to any users with suitable
security clearance.
7. The Graphics Software can be configured to provide a schematic overview of the overall site,
individual floor plans and even individual rooms. Each plan is independently named and can
be configured to show all devices as installed on the site.
8. The Graphics software shall have event log details with a complete history of the activity of
the fire system. All major control actions are recorded with date, time used and an Optional
comment field. Entries are color coded to help easy identification of specific types of events.
3.18
Batteries:
1. Battery shall have sufficient capacity to power the fire alarm system for not less half an hour in
alarm condition and at least 24 hours in normal condition.
2. The batteries are to be completely maintenance free.
3. The batteries shall be of Lead acid type.
3.19
Cables/conduits:
All cables/conduits to be laid on wall, ceiling and on the hangers wherever necessary and as
directed by the authority with required hardware. The cables shall be Armored PVC twisted 1.5 sq
mm multi strand insulated, copper conductor, conforming to IS: 1554 and shall be of specified
make. The cables shall be properly terminated and labeled.
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4.0
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION – PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM
4.1
General Requirements:
A. The fully digital public address system shall interface with the Fire Alarm System in
accordance with NFPA 72 and BS 5839 part 8.
B. The system shall be capable of fulfilling the following requirements:
1. Clear, un-distorted announcements to selected areas during public addressing;
2. Clear, un-distorted paging to all zones; either individually or collectively. Selection of
groups of zones shall be programmable from time to time; and
3. In the event where controller fails; emergency announcement shall be able to broadcast to
all areas.
C. For general office and public areas, the system shall be capable of delivering a sound pressure
level of 85 dB at the listening level or +5dB from environmental condition.
D. Signal processing modules shall be provided for the Call Station inputs. It shall act as a
compressor to supply uniform microphone output levels, compensating for variation in voice
volume, irrespective of different voice strengths and speaking distances.
E. The listening level shall be taken to be 1.5 m above floor level.
F. The reinforced sound shall be distributed evenly throughout the listening area; the total
variation in each area shall not exceed 4 dB.
G. An articulation loss of consonants of less than 15% shall be maintained. (Generally, the
reverberation time of the various locations shall be assumed to be not more than 1.9 seconds).
H. Call station shall have three colour LEDs, one to monitor the status of the system that signal an
announcement may be made or the selected zone is engaged (that is, with another
announcement) and the second one to indicate the status of the call station and the third one to
monitor the power to the call station.
I.
The microphone paging station shall have the flexibility of selecting any number of user keys
(selection buttons) at any one time. It shall be able to program each user key for any function.
J.
The central network controller shall be an Ethernet-based controller. It shall be using
integrated for the user interfaces and system interaction. It shall have a means of monitoring,
to continuously monitor the system from the microphone of the call station onwards; any
faults shall be displayed on the screen of the Alpha-Numeric Display as well as the Central
Monitoring, Configuration and Diagnostic PC. It shall come with dual cabling connectivity for
redundant cable connection.
K. It shall be able to deliver high quality signals to the loudspeakers, all individual audio
equipment shall have its own Digital Signal Processing modules.
L. High quality signals shall be maintained at the output of the power amplifiers to compensate
for losses in the audio distribution lines.
M. Each power amplifier with 20% spare capacity shall be provided to drive all loudspeakers
during an emergency without overloading.
N. Each power amplifier shall have a built-in self-restoring protection circuit to guard against
hazards of operation such as mis-loading at its input, short-circuiting of its output and
connection mistakes. It shall come with dual cabling connectivity for redundant cable
connection.
O. The power amplifiers shall also have built-in line transformers for 100V loudspeaker
matching, DC input of emergency operation, headphone monitor output, adjustable input
sensitivity, and shall conform to the safety standard of IEC 65489. It shall have amplifier
monitoring and auto-changeover over circuits & automatic volume control features built-in.
P. The power amplifiers shall have control inputs and audio inputs for interfacing for fire alarm
signals. This control inputs shall be supervised, freely programmable for any system actions
and with priorities setting. Each power amplifier shall have digital audio processing to ensure
good audio quality being delivered to the Loudspeakers.
Q. A built-in amplifier monitoring circuits shall continuously monitor the functioning of the
power amplifiers and shall automatically switch in a spare power amplifier in case of failure of
any of the amplifiers. Upon detection, the status of the fault shall be indicated by the LCD
display on the amplifier itself as well as in the Central Monitoring, Configuration and
Diagnostic PC. The number of spare power amplifiers to be provided shall be ten percent of
the total quantity of each range of power amplifiers.
R. All speaker lines shall be supervised for open circuit fault, short circuit fault, and short to
ground fault. Upon detection, the status of the fault shall be indicated by the LCD display on
the amplifier itself as well as in the Central Monitoring, Configuration and Diagnostic PC.
S. The loudspeakers shall be located such that they meet the necessary requirements. Facilities
shall be incorporated to override volume control units, including those in the “off” position to
enable emergency announcements to be broadcast. Horn speakers shall be provided for all
plant rooms, generator rooms and outdoor areas with high ambient noise.
4.2
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
A. The Public Address System shall be network based and in digital domain and shall be flexible
and easy to operate. Specific functions shall be easily programmed and changed by nontechnical personnel through Internet Explorer to access the system configuration software
B. The main equipment shall be housed in standard 19 inch equipment racks.
C. Cabling between a call station and the central network Controller shall merely comprise a twocore fibre cable, while standard loudspeaker cables shall be used between the power
amplifiers and the loudspeakers.
D. Cabling within the main equipment shall be via fibre cable with purpose built connectors
located at the back of each equipment.
E. Each call station shall have a built-in converter that convert the Analog signal to digital signal
for transmission to the network controller of the PA system. The audio input of the
microphone shall consist of equalizer.
F. Each user key on the call station shall be programmable via the Central Configuration PC.
Each key shall be capable of being programmed with a priority hierarchy, signal tones,
digitally stored messages and routing instructions prior to a call. Each user key when
depressed shall activate a zone or group of zones of speakers according to type of
announcement to be made.
G. Supervised control inputs and audio inputs shall provide the interface between the inputs and
the central PA/EVC system. Each input is supervised and freely programmable for any
system actions with priorities setting.
H. The central network controller shall manage the operation of the system; that is, detection of
the user keys being depressed, routing of the microphone and attention signal tones, setting of
the priority levels and switching of the loudspeaker volume control override circuits. It shall
also act as the 'watchdog,' continuously checking the system hardware.
I.
A digital message module shall be stored in the central network controller for broadcasting of
message in case of emergency. More than one message shall be able to be played
simultaneously. The status of these messages shall be monitored.
J.
For evacuation and emergency procedures, signals shall be programmed to precede an
announcement from a call station, or they shall be capable of being broadcast independently
by a defined user-key.
K. Signals shall be capable of being programmed to precede an announcement from a call station
or may be used independently as alarms for evacuation or emergency procedures.
L. Whatever signal is being transmitted, the emergency and alarm calls shall always have top
priority. They shall be broadcast immediately and at full volume, even in those zones where
loudspeaker are currently switched off or set at a low volume.
M. The uniformity of sound pressure level distribution at 1.5 metres above the floor level shall not
vary beyond 4 dB for frequency up to 4,000 Hz and not more than 8 dB for frequency up to
8,000 Hz.
N. The ceiling loudspeakers so chosen shall have uniform frequency response ranging from 100
Hz to 16,000 Hz within 3 dB variation.
i.
Each loudspeaker assembly shall incorporate a flush-mounted baffle, a 100V line matching
transformer and a high efficiency loudspeaker in order to keep the operating power at a
minimum.
ii. Each loudspeaker shall be capable of generating an on-axis sound pressure level of at least
91 dB at 1 metre distance, with 1W input.
O. The remote volume control units shall be sufficiently rated to handle the total number of
loudspeakers it has to serve and shall have a speech restoration circuit, which shall permit
announcements always at full volume ir-regardless of the control setting.
4.3
CENTRAL NETWORK CONTROLLER
A. It shall have the following functions:
•
The Basic System shall be based on a 19" rack frame and shall comprise at least the
following:
1. Central Digital Signal Processor module
2. 2 x 16-character LCD Display
3. 8 Supervised Control Inputs and 4 Audio Inputs
4. Ethernet interface for Configuration and Diagnostic & Logging functions
5. Digital message storage
6. Stores up to last 200 faults messages
7. Ethernet Interface for logging
B. The control unit shall be the heart of the public address system. The unit shall be capable of
routing minimum 10 audio channels, delivering power to the system, fault reporting and
controlling of the system. This unit can work either in stand-alone mode or with a PC
connected to it.
C. The network controller shall have 4 analog audio inputs.
D. There shall be 8 control inputs, which are freely programmable. These can be programmed for
any action to be done in the system and assigned priorities.
E. The network controller shall have a redundant network wiring capability. Status/fault
enquiries shall be made via the front panel display and rotary control of the network
controller. The front panel shall have a 2 x 16-character LCD display and a rotary control to
navigate through the menu. The network controller shall be provided with a storage facility
for the last fault messages in the system
F. The status of the digital audio storage and the messages shall be monitored. The audio
messages can be downloaded from a computer via the Ethernet link.
G. The network controller shall monitor the status of all equipment in the system and report any
status change as well as the microphone capsule of a call station microphone and report any
fault.
H. Attention and alarm tone definitions shall be stored in the network controller. These tones can
be accessed by any call stations or control inputs for announcement broadcast or alarm
broadcast. The network controller shall have an internal real time clock and this clock can be
synchronized via a control input.
I.
The network control unit shall have extensive audio processing possibilities for audio inputs
and audio outputs. Parametric equalization, limiter, and gain can be adjusted with the
configuration software.
4.4
POWER AMPLIFIERS
1. Amplifier shall be package type Class A and ABI, with push-pull or push-pull-parallel output
and negative feedback to obtain low distortion and regulation with high stability.
2. Frequency response shall be 100-10,000 Hz (plus or minus 3 dB).
3. Power amplifier shall be complete with on-off switch, minimum 3 MIC and 2 Aux inputs, plus
1 Aux out, on DIN or XLR connector, general volume control, independent bass and treble
adjustment, primary fuse, 220 volt AC 50/60 Hz power supply; capacity as shown on the
drawings.
4.5
CONFIGURATION/DIAGNOSTIC & LOGGING SOFTWARE
A. Configuration software
i.
The configuration software shall be used for configuring the system and shall User
friendly. The configuration software shall be located in the network controller except for
the file transfer facilities.
ii. Any IBMS PC with Internet Explorer latest version will be able to connect to the network
controller to access the configuration and logging functions.
B. Fault enquiries can be made via the diagnostic section of the web interface. The configuration
software shall be designed in such a way that even first-time users can navigate through the
configuration easily.
C. Configuration of system shall be accessed at different authorization levels, namely
Administrator, Installer and User
D. Diagnostic & logging software
1. The diagnostic & logging software shall have the main function of monitoring and
recording the status of all the units in the PA system. It shall log all events such as calls and
status changes of system units, and provide a current view of the system status. This
software section shall be used for real-time logging by connecting a PC with web browser.
2. It shall be able to view historical log stored in the network controller including logged
events of monitored external devices. It shall be able to acknowledged and reset the events
and the acknowledgment and reset actions shall be logged. It shall be able to view the last
200 faults, which are stored on the network controller
3. The call station shall have a fixed microphone to transmit speech over the network and a
press-to-talk key. It shall also have a headset socket with volume control for audio
monitoring of pre-recorded message and chime signal.
4. It shall have a speech filter with a cut-off frequency at 300Hz to improve intelligibility and
prevent clipping of the audio input on low-frequency signals.
5. It shall have an Analog-to-digital audio conversion circuit within the call station and a
digital signal processor which can be used for audio processing. It can be used to adjust
sensitivity, limiter and parametric equalizer.
6. It shall have three 2-color LEDs for power/error indication, system status and call station
status.
4.6
CALL STATION KEYPAD
1. The call station keypad shall be used in combination with the call station basic unit for
making a manual or pre-recorded call to any pre-assigned zones or executing a predefined
action. The call station keypad shall have 8 keys.
2. The call station keypad keys can be freely programmed for recall of selection, live speech
call, cancel selection, BGM mute, BGM volume control and each key at the call station
keypad shall have 2 colour LEDs.
4.7
4.8
CEILING /WALL SPEAKER (LOW WATTAGE – 6 WATTS )
Rated voltage
:
100 volts
Rated impedance
:
8 ohms
Effective frequency range
:
70 to 18,000 Hz
Opening angle (4 KHz)
:
70
Power handling capacity
Sound pressure level at 1 KHz, 1W,
1m
:
6 watts, 10 watts
:
91 dB
Maximum sound pressure level
:
99 dB
Speaker diameter
:
200mm
LISTENING ARRAY 25 W COLUMN/WALL LOUDSPEAKER
Rated voltage
Rated impedance
:
:
100 volts
333 ohms
Effective frequency range
: 190 to 18,000 Hz
Opening angle (4 KHz)
:
140/ 18
Power handling capacity
:
15 watts
Sound pressure level at 1 KHz, 1W, 1m
:
93 dB
Maximum Sound pressure level
:
108 dB
4.9
35W HORN LOUDSPEAKER
Rated voltage
:
Rated impedance
100 volts
:
Effective frequency range
:
410-3900 Hz
Opening angle (4 KHz)
:
70
Power handling capacity
:
35 watts
Sound pressure level at 1 KHz, 1W, 1m :
Maximum sound pressure
level
:
4.10
1000 ohms
104 dB
114 dB
CD PLAYER/TUNER
A. CD Player: Shall be automatic multi-CD player and shall be provided with carousel disk
changing system for automatic playing of five (5) CD's. It shall have following features:
-
Optic digital output.
-
Advance editing for optimized recording.
-
Full repeat for continuous prolonged playing.
-
Random programming of 32 selections.
-
Frequency response
: 50-20000Hz, 0.5dB.
-
Dynamic range
: >96dB.
-
S./n ratio
: >102dB.
-
Channel separation
: >100dB.
-
THD + noise
: 0.003%.
-
Phase linearity
: 0.2 %.
-
Wow & flutter
: Quartz precision.
B. The digitally controlled FM/AM tuner shall use a frequency synthesizer for accurate tuning
and features 15 presets for storing favourite radio stations simultaneous operation of CD
player and tuner shall be possible via separate outputs. A mixed output shall provide the CD
signal and switches to the tuner signal if the CD stops to prevent an interruption in BGM if the
CD is not changed immediately. (optional)
4.11
Microphone:
A. Microphone shall be of the dynamic, low-impedance, uni-directional type with built-in
compressor circuit and level indicator to prevent distortion, and suitable for announcement to
each or all zones. Microphone shall be desk-top type complete with stand, gooseneck and
holder.
4.12
-
Output: 0dBv, 600ohms, balanced.
-
Microphone: gooseneck electric condenser mic with windscreen.
-
Make-contact: Required NO. of individual calls + all-call.
-
Output control: Required NO. of zones + all-call.
-
Chime: 4-tone chime.
CABLES
•
Speaker Cable – Indoor
•
Multicore insulated, Armoured and sheathed cables with minimum cross section of 1.5 sq.
mm for copper conductors. The conductor insulation and the sheath shall be polyvinyl
chloride (PVC), and shall be rated for a minimum of 300/500 V, and shall comply with IEC
189.
•
Microphone Cable – Indoor
•
The conductors with a diameter of 0.5 mm shall be of stranded copper wires. Two
conductors shall be twisted to a pair which is screened with tinned copper wires.
•
The conductor insulation and the sheath shall be polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The insulation
resistance shall be minimum of 100 Mega Ohm kW.
•
The cables, with required number of pairs, shall be suitable for the installation in conduits,
ducts or on cable trays.
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5.0
IP BASED CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM
5.1
CCTV system shall be provided for obtaining live view of the authorized / unauthorized entry,
unauthorized intrusion, abnormal conditions in process areas and recording the events for future
investigation.
•
CCTV system shall be integrated into IBMS for escalation of violations in security protocols
and unauthorized intrusion into the facility. The integration shall be carried out at higher level
without use of dry contact/physical wired connections between the systems.
•
The high level interfaces shall be MODBUS interface to facilitate higher number of alarms being
passed between the systems using data interface. The data interfaces shall be based on industry
standard open standard protocols. Details of such protocols from all the manufacturers shall
be declared to IIT for future development.
•
In addition the above systems shall also be integrated to Process Control Systems (PCS) using
MODBUS protocol for exchange of data between the systems.
5.2
CCTVSYSTEM -Functional Requirements
5.2.1.
The CCTV system shall be used to monitor the perimeter for unauthorized entry in to the
premises and associated facilities by breaching the perimeter of the building and common areas.
5.2.2.
•
Monitor and record personnel and vehicles entering the facility with high resolution.
•
Monitor common areas for safety of personnel and critical equipment like DG , UPS etc
The CCTV System shall be an integrated system for the building with IP based camera and
centralized server with storage. The system shall be supplied and installed based on PAL
standard.
5.2.3.
CCTV system shall comprise of
a. Outdoor Weather Proof PTZ Cameras
b. Dome/Bullet IR Colour Camera
c. Min 3MegapixelCameras
d. Optical Transceivers
e. Matrix Switcher
f.
Multiplexers (Video Quad)
g. Keyboard
h. IP Video Encoders
i.
Network Storage Unit
j.
Video Management System
k. Server
l.
Ethernet Switches
m. OPC/Gateway
n. Monitors
5.2.4.
Looped Videos of selected security related cameras shall be extended to a video multiplexer
(QUAD). Spot output of the Quad shall be connected to one of the matrix switcher inputs.
Security personnel shall be able to view video from multiple cameras on a single screen or
multiple screens in IBMS Room.
5.2.5.
All the IP Cameras shall be connected an Ethernet switch. Video compression shall be based on
H.264.
5.2.6.
A separate local area network with dedicated Ethernet switches shall be implemented to create a
new domain for CCTV, Access Control System and IBMS System. The new domain shall be
termed as IBMS Domain.
Megapixel shall be connected to the IBMS domain Ethernet switches directly.
5.2.7.
Video Encoders shall send two streams of video in to the network. One of the streams shall be
used for live view and the second stream is sent to the network video recorder for storage.
Encoder’s shall be intelligent type with motion detection feature for alerting in case of movement
or change in the area being viewed.
5.2.8.
It shall be possible to configure at least three zones on the area being viewed by the camera. The
size of the zones shall be configurable. Encoders shall also provide facility to initiate an alarm
using motion detection in any single zone or a combination of any two or three zones.
5.2.9.
Network Video Storage unit shall be sized to retain 30 days of video from all the cameras. The
archive video shall be stored with 12fps (frames per second) for normal conditions and 25fps for
alarm conditions.
5.2.10. Pre alarm and post alarm video shall also be stored at 25fps. The pre alarm and post alarm period
shall be programmable in the CCTV System.
5.2.11. Video Management Server shall manage all the IP encoders, Network storage units and the client
workstations for remote management, authentication of clients, moving of cameras based on
alarms from various systems according to the Preset positions. Video management server and
Network Storage Unit Make and configuration shall be according to the CCTV system
manufacturer recommendations.
5.2.12. CCTV central equipment shall be installed at the IBMS Room at Block E. Contractor shall provide
and install the servers and engineering workstations located in the CCTV central equipment
cabinets.
5.2.13. Remote viewing of archive video and live video from the IP cameras shall be possible at the
following locations.
•
IBMS Room
•
Authorized personal at client side like FMS team
5.2.14. Building indoors shall be provided with Indoor IP bullet min 3 Megapixel cameras to monitor the
common area’s movement like lift lobby.
5.2.15. Min 3 Megapixel cameras shall be installed at the entry gates to monitor personnel and vehicles
entering the facility. This is in order to clearly identify personnel and vehicle numbers, vehicle
types in case of incident investigation. Two cameras shall be positioned at difference heights to
view inside of Trucks and Cars driver’s cabin.
5.2.16. All Outdoor cameras Maximum coverage shall be achieved by positioning of cameras in
optimised locations. Position of cameras shall be closely coordinated with the operations team and
security team during the execution stage of the project.
5.2.17. Megapixel cameras shall be connected via CAT6 cables to the IBMS Domain Ethernet Switch.
5.2.18. To ensure stability in the picture all outdoor cameras shall be installed on wall using with
mounting bracket to a maximum possible extent or else mounting GI poles.
5.2.19. Perimeter Security cameras shall be mounted on the boundary wall. Boundary wall shall have
reinforced concrete columns for installation of cameras.
5.2.20. The IP Based Video Management System shall provide an open standard interface for high level
integration with Access Control and IBMS system for moving cameras to preset positions in case
of an alarm or an event.
5.2.21. IBMS Room shall be provided with 36” High definition LED monitors mounted on wall for
viewing of video and Client Workstation.
5.3
TECHNICALREQUIREMENTS
5.3.1
PTZ OUTDOOR CAMERAS
i.
Camera shall be high resolution 1/3” CCD colour cameras. PTZ cameras shall be provided
with facilities that include pan, tilt and motorized zoom lens.
ii. Contractor shall submit the calculation the lens and focal length requirements to meet the
coverage
required
during
the
execution.
However
the
motorized
zoomlensshallofferaminimum20:1zoomratio, continuously variable between 10mm (wide
angle) and 200mm (telephoto) as minimum. The camera shall have auto focus and auto iris
features.
iii. Pan rotation shall be 360 Deg continuous endless panning and tilt rotation shall be at least +/90 Deg from Horizontal position. The camera shall support Variable high speed Pan and Tilt
functions such that the target can be spotted and focused instantaneously when a preset
function is triggered or when the operator is moving the camera.
iv. Programmable pre-set positions for pan, tilt and zoom shall be available that allows the
operation of a surveillance ‘tour’ of each similarly equipped camera. The camera shall support
a minimum of 125 preset positions and 6 tours. The preset positions shall include Pan, Tilt,
Zoom with Autofocus and Auto Iris. Clear picture shall be visible on the screen immediately
after triggering a preset position.
v. The cameras shall be installed in an environmental housing to meet the area certification and
equipped with wind screen, demister, sun shield and wipe.
vi. Cameras shall be of Day/Night Wide Dynamic Range type and shall operate satisfactorily at
light levels above 0.05lux. In the event of light levels being lower than that able to support
colour reproduction, the camera shall be capable of automatically switching from colour to
monochrome operation that enables the camera to operate at light levels of 0.001lux. The
cameras shall be fitted with an auto-iris function to compensate for vary in light level
conditions.
vii. Cameras shall be installed at suitable position in alignment with the lights such that a clear
view is obtained on the monitor.
5.3.2 MEGAPIXELBULLETCAMERAS
i.
Megapixel fixed cameras shall be used at the security gates, Common areas and IBMS room
for monitoring and high resolution recording of personnel and vehicles entering the facility.
The cameras shall be positioned properly to identify personnel and vehicle number plates by
zooming into the picture for investigation in future.
ii.
The cameras shall provide a minimum of 3 Megapixel resolutions with 25fps. The camera shall
support various resolution settings in the configuration.
iii.
The cameras shall be powered from the IBMS domain Ethernet Switch using Power over
Ethernet (POE). External Power supply shall not be used. The camera shall support H.264
standard. It shall provide a minimum of two video streams with one fixed high resolution for
recording and second with configurable resolution for live viewing of video.
iv.
Manual Pan Rotation shall be +/- 180 Deg continuous and Manual tilt rotation shall be at least
+/- 90Deg with camera looking down.
v.
Contractor shall submit their calculation the lens and focal length requirements to meet the
coverage required and determine the black spot.
vi.
Cameras shall be of IR LED type @ 30 mts and shall operate satisfactorily at light levels above
0.5lux. In the event of light levels being lower than that able to support colour reproduction,
the camera shall be capable of automatically switching from colour to monochrome operation
that enables the camera to operate at light levels of 0.03lux. The cameras shall be fitted with an
auto-iris function to compensate for varying light level conditions.
vii.
Cameras shall be installed at suitable position in alignment with the lights such that a clear
view is obtained on the monitor.
5.3.3 NETWORK STORAGE UNIT
i.
Network storage unit shall be connected to the IBMS domain Ethernet switch
using10/100/1000Base Ethernet interface.
ii.
The storage unit shall be sized to accommodate continuous video storage for 30 days as per the
requirements be low or 52TB (Tera Bytes) whichever is higher.
iii.
12fps for normal video 25 fps for alarm video with configurable prealarm and post alarm
video duration. The system shall record a minimum of 15 minutes pre alarm and 15minutes of
post alarm video storage at 25fps.
iv.
Alarm duration shall be 1 hour per day per camera for storage sizing purposes. The storage
unit shall be provided with RAID 6 storage data protection against hard disk failure. The hard
disks shall be hot swappable.
v.
The system shall have built in automatic defragmentation routines to avoid data getting
fragmented.
vi.
The system shall record H.264 Compressed video from Cameras.
vii.
The storage unit shall have redundant hot swappable power supply and fan units. The storage
unit shall support tagging of video.
viii.
The network storage unit shall support a recording through put of 165Mbps to 330 Mbps of
read through put at all times. There shall be no limitation on the number of cameras being
used with the storage unit for recording or reading activity.
ix.
The network storage unit shall be fully manageable using the Ethernet interface.
5.3.4 VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SERVER
i.
The Video Management System server shall be an integrated system that manages all the
CCTV system components IP cameras, Network Storage Unit. It shall
•
Act as a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - DHCP server allocating IP address to all
the CCTV Equipment
•
Hold configuration data base of the systems.
•
Provide authentication, control and facilitate interaction between all the devices with in the
CCTV network.
•
Act as an NTP server for service date and time to various system components. Shall be
capable of synchronising with external high accuracy time source.
•
Shall manage security for all devices, clients, login, passwords, user groups, user
privileges,
•
Maintain a data base of device related alarms and associated videos for easy access in
future.
•
Maintain fault logs for various faults within the system.
•
Manage storage unit of the CCTV system.
5.3.5 CLIENT AND ENGINEERING WORK STATIONS
i.
The work station shall work as a HMI (Human Machine Interface) for the Video Management
System. The system shall
•
Provide live and archive viewing of video from all the cameras.
•
Provide full access to all the IP cameras including PTZ Control, Iris and Focus control,
Camera configuration, Preset configuration and Preset positioning etc.
•
Have facility to load MAPs of the sites in various file formats including GIF, TIF, BMP,
JPEG and other Provided facility to have interleaved maps with embedded icons /
hyperlinks to camera and alarm device icons with expanded view of a part of the facility.
•
Provide inter active configurable icons with facility to associate them with devices. The
icons shall support controlling of devices, know device status including alarms.
•
Support dual monitors. In general one of the monitors shall be used for MAP and Icons
view and the second monitor for viewing of video from various sources.
•
Facilitate writing of scripts and associating the scripts with alarms, icons and various
devices.
•
Act as virtual matrix and support mapping of video from any source to any monitor.
•
Act as a virtual multiplexer (QUAD) and support viewing of up to 16 cameras in a single
screen simultaneously.
•
Support time synchronised play of stored archive video of up to 16 cameras. Simultaneous
viewing of standard resolution and megapixel cameras must be possible on the same
display.
•
Support exporting of snap shots, video in various file formats including AVI, BMP and
JPG. The exported video shall be stored in transportable storage devices like CD/
DVDROM, USB etc.
•
Provide extensive alarm handling features including provision of help text for showing the
handling procedure for the specific alarm, write notes and feedback while activating or
acknowledging the alarms.
•
Provide the ability to control and program any camera equipped with PTZ.
ii. The workstation shall be capable of the following operations
•
Manually control the PTZ
•
Set the pan /tilt home positions form annual or alarm activation
•
Automatically control the cameras through an alarm trigger
•
Ability to set multiple preset positions
•
Ability to set multiple tours
•
Remotely set and clear the movement limits of the pan / tilt mechanism from the control
room, through a telemetry unit at an outdoor camera site
•
Adjust the zoom lens graphics file formats.
•
Ability to control the camera menu and setup the camera through the IP video security
system
iii. The workstations shall be provided with two 21” High Definition LCD colour monitors with
DVI interface for view of standard resolution and megapixel cameras. Client work station shall
only have privileges to use the system. Engineering workstations shall be provided with
privileges to modify configuration of the entire CCTV system and associated components.
iv. It shall be possible to select any monitor to display live full screen single, sequential or
multiple pictures from any combination of cameras selected from the operator work station
keyboard.
5.3.6 ETHERNETSWITCHES
i.
Ethernet switches shall be minimum of 24 ports x 100 Base T and 4 x 1000 Base uplink
interfaces.
ii. Suitable optical interface modules shall be provided for interconnecting switches at various
locations.
iii. Connectivity to network storage unit and Client workstation shall be1000 Base T.
iv. Cameras and video encoders shall be connected to theswitchesusing100BaseT ports.
5.3.7 GATEWAY
i.
CCTV system shall be equipped with an Open Process Control or a Gateway device which can
exchange data between CCTV system Access Control System and Perimeter Intrusion Detection
system for meaningful integration of the three systems.
ii. The integration shall facilitate automated response of various security systems to unauthorised
intrusion alarms and escalation of alarms to Security personnel for further action.
iii. Integration shall beat a higher level using data interfaces, various protocols and exchange of
data between systems. Use of dry contacts for communicating alarms between systems is not
acceptable.
5.3.8 NETWORK PoE SWITCH (10/100Mbps):
The network should have following features and specifications
FEATURES:
1. IEEE802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) standard compliant (DTE power via MDI)
2. Complies with IEEE802.3 and IEEE802.3u standards
3. 24 x RJ-45 10/100Mbps auto speed switch ports
4. Built-in 4 x PoE ports with maximum 15.4W per port
5. Supports PoE Power Device (PD) classification identify
6. Provides over current and circuit shorting protection
7. Supports N Way protocol for speed (10/100Mbps) and duplex mode (Half/Full) detection
8. All ports with auto MDI-X function for switch-to-station & switch-to-switch connection with non
cross over cable
9. Supports full and half duplex operation on all ports
10. Operates at max. packet filtering and forwarding rate
11. Store and forward transmission method
12. Easy-to-read LEDs provide instant operating feedback
13. Supports 1K MAC address entries in whole system
14. 768K bits buffer memory
15. Desktop size with 19” rack mountable bracket
16. Convenient internal switching power, 100 ~ 240V AC
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6.0
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
6.1
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM (ACS):
The Access control system shall have been covered the IBMS Room and Security Main Entrance
with Smart cards system for the commercial.
Areas to be covered:
MAIN ENTRY FOR EACH ODU
•
6.2
ACCESS CONTROLLER-MODULAR TYPE
General Specification
•
The Access Card Controller shall be of modular design with a download software built-in so
that the application program can be easily changed and downloaded without the physically
touching the controller itself.
•
The connection from the Access Card Controller to the Access Card system server running the
management software shall preferably by Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base T or RS-485.
•
The Access Card Controller shall have a 16-characters liquid crystal display (LCD), and a
button provided for selective display to show all its network parameters and actual status like:
a. IP address of the controller
b. MAC address of the controller
c. DHCP on/off
d. Status of all the inputs connected to it
e. Status of all the outputs connected to it
f.
Online and Offline status of the controller
g. Firmware version
h. Date and Time – A real time clock (RTC) that will adjust itself to leap year computations
automatically.
•
The Access Card Controller shall support and include a standard Compact Flash (CF) memory
card for storing cardholder data and access events. The CF memory card must be formatted
with a standard FAT file system, to allow reading them using a standard card reader connected
to a computer, if the Access Card Controller fails.
•
The Access Card Controller memory shall under no circumstance lose a single, not even the
last transaction when power fails.
•
The Access Card Controller and all devices connected to it shall continue to operate and
control access in off-line mode, even if the computer network fails.
•
The Access Card Controller memory shall store database that has a capacity with a minimum
of 80,000 cardholders (upgradeable to 400,000), each having a programmable 10 digits
(personal Identification Number) PIN codes.
•
The cardholder database shall be upgradeable by exchanging the CF card. The system shall
automatically detect the size of the CF-card.
•
The Access Card Controller provided shall support the connectivity of up to 4 standard
Wiegand interface readers or up to serial interface readers operating on RS 485 bus technology.
•
The Access Card Controller shall provide minimum eight programmable I/Os on board, and
shall be expandable to 56 each, using I/O extensions.
•
All inputs provided shall be configurable to provide 2- or 4- status selectable, via End-Of-line
(EOL) resistors, namely:
a. Input Closed
b. Input Opened
c. Input Shorted (provided in 4- status mode)
d. Input Tamper (Cable cut, provided in 4- status mode)
•
EOL resistor’s values shall be flexible selectable in the Access Control System management
software during configuration.
•
UPS shall be provided to continually supply power to the Access Card Controller and readers
for a minimum of 2-hours, in the event of power failure subject to retrieve the power.
•
The Access Card Controller shall generate a transaction record and save them in the memory
for every alarm, they include:
1. Time/date of occurrence and restoration.
2.
Location of alarm sensors.
3. Surveillance of Employees/Regular Visitors/Casual Visitors: All personnel visiting the
buildings may be divided into three categories i.e. Employees, Regular Visitors (who are issued
passes for specific period of not more than 03 months) and Casual Visitors (who are issued
passes for the day). The system should be capable of the following :
a. Provision of unique Access Card having smart card technology.
b. Read facility.
c. Surveillance and recording of entry and exit of personnel through dedicated access doors.
d. Restricting access of visitors to specific office by creating electronic barriers.
e. Detection of a visitor who doesn’t meet designated officer or doesn’t report back at
reception/exit gate after meeting the officer in the given time frame.
f.
Signage System within the building for Zone indication and evacuation.
g. A Central Video Display Unit and integrated public address system for parking areas and
building under the control of IBMS room or designated person on a single platform.
h. The Platform should provide for the flexibility of sending alert message/announcement to
particular individual/zone/entire buildings.
i.
Power back up and inbuilt redundancy for each hardware. Provision for this feature may
be in-built in the system.
j.
Integration of Pass Section – security cabin , Reception Offices and Main security officer
: System Architecture should cater for integration of Pass Section, Reception Offices and
the Central Control Unit for effective Pass and Vehicle management .
k. The ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM shall be so designed that any failure of any sub-system
shall not affect the normal operation of another sub-system; they shall continue to operate
normally in a non-degraded mode.
l.
The System Integrator/Firm submitting the Access control system Application Software
proposed for the project shall show proven operational record of such nature in their bid
documents.
m. The Access control software with GUI shall be capable to integrate with Facility
management software, visitors management system, Time and attendance software etc
(which is inclusive in this package).
n. The Software licensee will be multiuser package (N+2) with min capacity of 50000 card
holders.
6.3
SMART CARD READER:
General Specification
a. The Smart Card Reader shall be of ruggedized design, having weatherized polycarbonate
enclosure or similar protection to withstand harsh environments for both indoor/outdoor used
and provides a high degree of vandal resistance.
b. The Smart Card Reader shall provide two-factor authentication with the combination of a
proximity [contactless smart] Card
c. The Smart Card Reader together with the contactless smart card shall support operation with
1:1 verification mode identification mode.
d. The Smart Card Reader shall continue to operate to control access in off-line mode. When the
network connection restored, the reader shall automatically upload and synchronize its
database with the server.
e. The Smart Card Reader provided shall have a read tolerance of at least ±30 degree.
f.
The same Smart Card Reader provided shall be able to be used for both access control and as
an enrolment station.
g. The Contractor shall supply and install the software provided shall be integrated to the
SACMS for access control and monitoring.
h. The card reader shall be based on contactless smart card 13.56MHz technology for connection
to the AMC with Wiegand interface.
i.
The card reader provided shall be capable of reading CSN
number in 32-bit format in
accordance with ISO standard 14443 Series.
j.
The data transfer between the contactless smart card reader and smart card shall be encrypted.
k. Power requirement: 10 – 16Vdc.
l.
The card reader shall have a read range of at least 3”.
m. The response time to unlock the door after a card is presented to the card reader shall not
exceed 1.0 second ± 0.5 second.
n. The card reader unit shall have an integral keypad with beeper, multi-colour LEDs.
o. The keypad shall have back-light to allow easy viewing, in case of power blackout. It
shall lights automatically upon pressing any key or when a card is presented to the reader.
p. The overall thickness of the card reader unit shall not exceed 30mm.
q. Certification: CE and UL Listed.
Scope of Works
1. The scope of work for this contract shall include design, procurement, installation, integration,
testing, commissioning and associated services for a fully operational Access Control System as
per manufacturer’s guidelines, codes described within this document, that provide central
security management, integrated control and remote monitoring of the intended site,
including the interfacing of all existing facilities.
2. All necessary tools, equipment, hardware, software and software user licenses required as
describe in this document for the complete installation of the Access control system shall be
supplied and installed under this contract.
3. The entire Access control system and sub-systems including all its hardware, peripherals,
software and software licenses as specified within this document shall be supplied and
provided as part of this contract.
4. The extent of the contract works shall include necessary cabling to interconnect the various
security systems, central equipment, hardware and devices and the like for it to provide the
performance as specified in this contract document.
5. All cable enclosures including conduits, cable trays, wall boxes, termination panels and the
like that are required to facilitate and complete the installation shall be supplied and
installed as part of this contract.
6. All proposed security field devices installation shall not only to operate functionally, they have
also to blend with the interior design of the building. The contractor shall liaise directly with
the owner, architect, consultant and other services contractor at site in coordination of the
installation work and ensure such requirements are harmonized.
7. All installations carried out by the contractor shall conform to the national standards and code
of practices.
8. The contractor shall cooperate and work closely with site safety officer to ensure safe working
environment at all times.
9. The Contractor shall upon completion of the installation provide complete training with
documentations on the configuration, operation and maintenance of the systems to the
required operators assigned by the Client.
10. All the hardware components under the system covered shall have 24 months of onsite
warranty and the systems shall have antivirus software with facility of offline Updation.
11. The Contractor shall ensure that the Access control system must be expandable in the
following areas:
12. The system shall be designated to allow foreseeable organizational changes and procedural
changes beyond current plans.
13. Additional hardware units shall easily be added without any modification to the existing
hardware, software and network configuration.
Functional Requirements
1. The Access control system shall be SQL based, PC-based system based on Professional
Versions of the latest and viable Windows Operating Systems.
2. The Access control system shall comply to the strict regulation and adapting state-of-theart security technologies, the highest level of reliability and integrate to networking
infrastructures such as the Intranet, Internet, LAN/WAN. All interfaces within the Access
control system shall be based on TCP/IP network protocol connectivity over the corporate
intranet/internet/LAN/WAN.
3. The main function of the Access control system shall be to control, monitor and raise alarm of
all designated access to the selected doors, areas or buildings.
4. The Access control system provided shall support industry standards for database, networks,
credential printers, video cameras and more, such as OPC, Auto CAD, HTML, ASPX, and MSSQL.
5. The Access control system shall preferably be of web-server and browser application based on
a truly open protocol and non-proprietary industrial standards.
6. The Access control system shall run using a standard Microsoft SQL Server database for
configuration and central event logging. It must be modularly designed, providing an
individual system for specific requirements.
7. The Access control system shall only require a single hardware license key on the central
login/database server for system operation. The feature licensing is a single license file. The
system’s functionality can be extended by exchanging that file. Hardware or software keys are
required at the client workstations.
8. The Access control system shall be of modular design providing the flexibility allowing user to
add or remove any components and/or controlled functions, in the event when operating
requirements changes as system expand.
9. The Access control system shall allow user to define operation of one or combination of SubSystem as on required basis and also set protocol for such operations.
10. Simple integration to other non-security based sub-systems adapting industry standards or
open protocols, preferably OPC- compliant shall be supported. Examples of the systems are
like Process Management, Building & Administration Management or telephony (PABX)
system.
11. The Access control system shall allow the monitoring of vital IP network devices, such as
servers, workstations, printers, routers, or more using standard SNMP traps and existing OPCcompliant drivers.
12. The proposed Access control system shall fulfill the functions and specifications described in
this document. In particular, the proposed access controller shall be equipped with all common
interfaces such as, Ethernet and RS-485 for connection to the Access Control System server
running the management software.
13. The Access Control System shall allow the control of door entry access by Smartcard Reader
and from the Access Control System workstation.
14. The Access control system shall support up to four different types of card formats
simultaneously. The number of each format supported shall be unlimited.
15. A locally mounted door release push button shall be provided for purpose of exiting at
selected doors as defined by the owner or as indicated on the drawings.
16. For highly secure areas as further specified or indicated on the drawings, exit card reader shall
be provided to allow an exact tracking of people going in & out the predefined area.
17. In the event of emergency, card holder’s access muster report shall be generated, to provide an
overview of the location where each card holder is in. This allows the security manager to
track the exact and count the number of people within the disaster areas so to assist in the
evacuation.
18. All access doors shall have an emergency break-glass door release installed to unlock the
door for exit in the event of emergency. In addition, all dedicated doors along the escape
route shall automatically open during fire alarm activation.
19. The Access control system shall monitor and record in database all movements and activities at
each control point.
20. The Access control system shall provide configuration and programming of access groups,
where each access group contains a list of control points or access doors to which a card holder
has authorized access.
21. The Access control system shall provide configurable time schedules to have the flexibility for
programming automatic locking and unlocking of any access controlled doors, as well as
activating and de-activating of card holder settings for restricting any access groups from
entering certain areas with the pre-programmed time model.
22. The time schedule shall include holiday facilities to allow user programming for public
holidays and user definable special holidays. All schedules shall be definable by day, hours
and seconds.
23. All other available security subsystems if installed shall be integrated with the Access
control system to form the complete integrated Security Access Control Management System
shall be provided and installed by the Contractor under this contract.
24. The Contractor shall ensure that the system must be expandable and by adding new
component to the existing system will not affect its normal operation.
25. The Access control system design shall allow the security access within the building compound
to be monitored and controlled by the designated security control rooms.
26. There shall be provision for alarm generation whenever there is some attempt to tamper with
the system or some unauthorized intrusion into the system.
27. Reports shall always be readily available and owner shall be able to request for the reports on
exactly what information from the report is required with the use of event filters.
28. The system shall be a flexible and user-friendly workstation providing user(s) with a standard
browser based text and Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) for alarm monitoring and control.
Such GUIs shall be the core of the entire Access control system that shall interface to all other
available security sub-systems, such as CCTV Surveillance and Recording System, Intrusion
Detection, Public Address System, Visitor Management System, Parking Lot Management,
Explosive and NBC Detection and more as required by the user.
29. The system shall be provided to control access into designated security controlled doors only
by personnel with a valid access card and within valid time schedule. All access cards shall be
authenticated against the central and/or local database before granting access.
30. All door access activities shall be logged into the central database. Any unauthorized attempt
or invalid card used shall be reported to the Access control system, including door held and
forcible entry as priority alarm transactions.
31. With the interface to the CCTV Surveillance System, live images from the camera installed at
the door location shall be displayed at Access control system GUI during door alarm
activation. It shall also be possible to select live view of the camera to view the person’s face
before activating (manually unlocking the door via icon control on the GUI) and granting
during door access request.
32. All equipment within the Access Control System shall continue to operate for at least 2 hours
in the event of main AC power failure. The Contractor shall take in consideration the power
consumption at each point of installation when determining the size of the Uninterrupted
Power Supply (UPS) as backup power. Power backup will be provided by the owner to this
extent.
33. The Access control system provided shall contain all the features and requirements specified,
but not limited to, in this document. The Contractor shall highlight and update the owner of
any new or special functionality that are useful and relevant to the user’s application but not
found in any part of this document.
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7.0
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
All category 6 information outlets designed for termination of 4-pair balanced twisted-pair
category 6 copper cables must possess the following characteristics at the minimum:
7.1
CAT 6 INFORMATION OUTLET (WORK AREA COMPONENT) SPECIFICATIONS:
1. The CAT 6 information outlets should comply fully or exceed with category 6 connecting
hardware specifications for all pair combinations up to 600 MHz.
2. The lead frame design used for information outlet should have advanced pair balancing
design with linear crosstalk response. It should ensure full compliance with category 6
specifications.
3. The information outlets should use strain relief mechanism to simplify and reduce installation
time protecting the quality of the termination simultaneously.
4. The termination cap shall provide strain relief on the cable jacket, ensure cable twists are
maintained to within 1/2” (12.7. mm) and include a wiring scheme label.
5. The information outlet should be backward compatible and should comply with the standard
IEC 60603-7 for backward compatibility.
6. All outlets should be compatible with both T568A and T568B wiring options.
7. The jack shall be able to be re-terminated a minimum of 10 times and be available in multiple
colours or more for colour-coding purposes.
8. They shall be universal in design, accepting 2, 3, or 4 pair modular plugs without damage to
the outer jack contacts.
9. The jacks shall terminate 4 pair 23 or better AWG 100 ohm solid unshielded twisted pair
cable.
7.2
UTP Cabling System
Unshielded twisted pair cabling system, TIA / EIA 568-C.2 addendum Category 6 Cabling
system
Compliance
with
Parameter
Technical Specification
remarks
10 / 100/1000 Ethernet, 155 Mbps ATM,
Networks Supported
1000 Mbps IEEE 802.3ab Ethernet, and
Cat 6 Gigabit Ethernet
25-year
Performance
warranty;
Warranty
Warranty to cover Bandwidth of the
specified and installed cabling system.
Attenuation, Pair-to-pair and PS NEXT,
Performance
ELFEXT and PSELFEXT, Return Loss,
characteristics to be
ACR and PS ACR for 4-connector
provided along with bid
channel
Site certification to be done by OEM
Site Certification
certified installer for 25 years and
certificate to be issued.
Conductors
23 AWG solid bare copper or better
Insulation
Polyethylene
Sheath Fire retardant PVC Compound
Jacket
(FRPVC) Flame Rating : 60 deg. C As per
UL 1685 CM
Pair Separator
Cross-member fluted member
Approvals
UL tested for TIA/EIA-568C.2
ETL verified to Cat 6 for channel
Zero Bit Error verified by ETL.
ISO certification
Operating temperature
Frequency tested up to
Packing
Delay Skew
Impedance
Performance
characteristics to be
provided along with bid
Attenuation
7.3
All Quoted product and Brand should
have ISO certification for manufacturing
-20 Deg. C to +60 Deg. C
Minimum 600 MHz
Box of 305 meters
35ns MAX.
100 Ohms + / - 6 ohms, 1 to 600 MHz
Pair-to-pair and PS NEXT, ELFEXT and
PSELFEXT, Return Loss, ACR and PS
ACR
22.8dB/100m at 250MHz
29.4dB/100m at 400MHz
39dB/100m at 600MHz
Patch Chords:
CAT 6 Modular Chords Specifications
1. The modular cord should be compatible with both T568A and T568B wiring schemes
2. The modular cord should have strain relief boots with a latch guard or a one-piece, tangle-free
latch design to protect plug latch from snagging when pulling cords through pathways or
cable managers
3. All the modular cords should be factory assembled cords made out of stranded cable and
should be 100% tested to 600 MHz
4. The modular cords should be made using excellent plug-to-cable strain relief without causing
pair deformation.
5. The modular cord should provide strain and bend relief mechanism to improve the plug-tocable retention and maximum performance by preventing pair deformation, as caused by
mechanical strain.
6. The modular cord boots should be coloured for additional colour-coding.
7. The modular plugs should provide long-term resistance to corrosion from humidity, extreme
temperatures, and airborne contaminants.
8. The modular cord plug geometry should meet FCC 68.500 and IEC 60603-7 specifications for
modular plugs.
9. The cordage and boots should be available in a wide range of colours for easy identification.
10. The Category 6 Stranded cable used to manufacture the modular patch cords should meet the
specifications set forth by both ANSI/TIA/EIA-568 C clause and ISO/IEC 11801:2002.
11. The modular patch cords should have compliance to both ‘568 and ‘11801 to ensure minimal
cable impedance variation and superior return loss performance.
12. All CAT6 Patch Chords shall be 2m/ 5m standard length and have a standard as
recommended by the client at the time of execution.
7.4
Workstation / Equipment patch Cords
Type
Unshielded Twisted Pair, Category 6, TIA / EIA 568-C.2
Parameter
Technical Specification
Compliance with remarks
24-26 AWG stranded copper with
Conductor
Cross-member fluted member for Pair
Separator
Length
Plug Protection
1 meter, 2 meter and 3 meter with RED
colour
Matching coloured snag-less, boot
to
maintain bend radius
Warranty
25-year component warranty
Category
Category 6
Plug
Housing
Terminals
Load bar
Clear polycarbonate
Phosphor Bronze with gold plating , 50
micron'' gold over nickel
PBT polyester
Jacket
PVC
Insulation
Flame Retardant Polyethylene
End
point
connector
7.5
Factory standard connector
Approvals
UL, ETL certificates.
Material
ROHS compliant
Patch Panel
All termination panels shall facilitate cross-connection and inter-connection using modular patch
cords and shall conform to EIA standard, 19-inch relay rack mounting requirements.
7.6
CAT 6 JACK PANEL SPECIFICATIONS:
1. The jack panel specifications should meet or exceed EIA/TIA category 6 connecting hardware
specifications for all pair combinations up to 600 MHz
2. The Jack Panel should be predominantly silver in colour and should be mountable directly to
an EIA standard 19-inch relay rack or cabinet.
3. The Jack Panel should have Icon label holders and designation labels as part of the standard
device.
4. The modular outlets should be FCC CFR 47 part 68 subpart F and IEC 60603-7 compliant and
should have 50 micro inch gold plated contacts.
5. The Jack Panel should be backwards compatible — can be used with modular cords for
category 6e compatibility.
6. The Jack Panel should support universal wiring for both T568A and T568B termination
methods.
7. The Jack Panel should incorporate shuttered jacks for superior aesthetics and dust exclusion
when not equipped with patch cords.
8. The Jack Panel should also have Metal rear cable manager to properly guide cables to point of
termination and come with individual application and colour Icons for identification
9. The Jack Panel should support a strain relief mechanism to simplify and reduce installation
time protecting the quality of the termination simultaneously. The Jack Panel should have
individual jacks to allow for change-out in the event of damage to any jack- without
disturbing the other jacks in the panel.
10. The jacks should have lead-frame design to ensure full compliance and consistency with
category 6 specifications.
7.7
UTP JACK PANELS
Type
24-port, Unshielded Twisted Pair, Category 6, TIA
/ EIA 568-C.2
Parameter
Ports
with remarks
Technical Specification
24 / 12 / 8
Port arrangement
Category
Keystone
type.
Ports
must
be
individually
replaceable with RED colour
Category 6
Circuit
Identification
Icons on each of 24-ports
Scheme
Port Identification
9mm or 12mm Labels on each of 24-ports (to be
included in supply)
Height
1 U (1.75 inches)
Modular Jack
750 mating cycles
Wire
terminal
(110 block)
200 termination cycles
Accessories
Strain relief and bend limiting boot for cable
Materials
ROHS compliant
Housing
Polyphenylene oxide, 94V-0 rated
Wiring blocks
Polycarbonate,
94V-0
rated,
Phosphor bronze 50m" gold
Jack contacts
Phosphorous bronz
Panel
Black, powder coated steel
Approvals
UL , ETL and 3P
Termination
Pattern
TIA / EIA 568 A and B;
Compliance
Spring
Contact:
Performance
Characteristics to Attenuation, NEXT, PS NEXT, FEXT and Return
be provided along Loss
with bid
7.8
CONNECTING BLOCKS
i.
The connecting block shall facilitate cross-connection and/or inter-connection using jumper
wire or patch cords. Voice Termination and Cross-connects
ii. The network cabling system shall be comprised of modular connectors in support of highspeed networks and applications designed for implementation on copper cabling.
iii. The voice patch panel shall utilize fully interchangeable and individual connector modules
that mount side-by-side to facilitate quick and easy moves, adds, and changes.
iv. The panel should be designed using a high-density patch panel saving the space in the Telco
room and offering better manageability.
7.9
CABLE
7.9.1
CAT 6 CABLE SPECIFICATION
CAT 6 cable should provide significant headroom above all TIA/EIA and ISO/IEC category 6
transmission performance specifications.
The cable should meet or exceed the proposed
requirements of ANSI/EIA/TIA568-C Clause. Transmission Performance Specifications for 4-Pair
Category 6 Cabling
Insulation: Conductor Insulation:
Thermoplastic PE
Conductor: 23-24 AWG solid bare copper
Isolation Member: To maintain pair geometry before, during and after installation for optimal
NEXT Loss performance
Rip Cord: Should be applied longitudinally under cable jacket
Highlights:
• It should be swept tested from 1 to 650 MHz
• Transmission performance should be verified
• It should have round jacket
• The jacket material should be lead free
PACKAGING
• 1000 ft. reel in a box or 3000 ft. reel
• Weight Thermoplastic PE Jacket— 29-lbs/1000 ft.
STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
• ISO/IEC 11801: 2002 (Category 6)
• ANSI/TIA/EIA-568 C Clause (Category 6)
ETHERNET APPLICATIONS SUPPORT
• 1000BASE-T • 100BASE-T • 10BASE-T
Should support any application designed for category 6 or lower cabling
JACKET
• Nominal Cable O.D : Thermoplastic PE Jacket — 0.222 in.
• Jacket Material: PVC
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTRICS
DC Resistance
-
< 9.38 Ohms/328 ft.
DC Resistance Unbalance
-
5%
Mutual Capacitance
-
5.6nF/328 ft.
Capacitance Unbalance
Characteristic Impedance
-
<330 pF/328 ft.
-
1 ≤f≤100: 100 ± 15%
-
100≤f ≤160: 100 ± 20%
-
160≤f ≤250: 100 ± 22%
-
250 ≤f ≤350: 100 ± 25%
NVP
-
CMP—70% CMR— 68%
LCL
-
30-10Log(f/100)dB
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
CMP
CMR
Pulling Tension 25 lbf(max) 25 lbf(max)
7.10
Bend Radius
-
1 in. (min)
1 in. (min)
Installation Temperature
-
-32 to 140 °F
-4 to 140 °F
Storage Temperature
-
-4 to 167 °F
-30 to 167 °F
Operating Temperature
-
-4 to 140 °F
-30 to 140 °F
OPTICAL FIBRE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
In addition to meeting the specifications outlined in ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C 2 and ISO/IEC
11801:2000 Ed2.0, the requirements in this section must also be met for all applicable optical fibre
products as listed below.
All optical fibre connectors shall meet the following characteristics:
7.11
FIBRE ST AND SC CONNECTORS
1. The ST and SC single mode connectors should support a variety of termination
methods...epoxy, anaerobic adhesive etc.
2. The adhesive system should not have a longer cure time (preferably 30 – seconds or less).
3. All connectors should utilize precision zirconia ceramic ferrules and include protective dust
caps.
4. The precision zirconia ceramic ferrules utilized in ST and SC multi mode connectors should
enable a typical insertion loss performance of 0.10 dB and 30 dB, typical return loss, using a
manual polishing method.
5. The Single mode connectors should typically achieve 0.20 dB insertion loss and 55 dB return
loss using a simple manual polishing method.
6. The SC Duplex, SC Connector should be UL 94V-0 compliant and should allows each
connector to be removed individually. The duplex connector should give access to user so that
an individual connector can be removed and re-terminated without disturbing the adjacent
connector
7. The ST coupling nut should be metallic to assure optimum durability and engagement. The
ramps should be radial to facilitate mating/de-mating
8. The SC outer housing and connector body should be colour coded in accordance with
ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C.Clause and ISO/IEC 11801:2002.
9. The strain and bend relief boots should be provide to improve plug-to-cable retention and to
maximize performance by preventing fibre deformation caused by mechanical strain.
10. The SC simplex connectors should employ an outer housing that is colour-coded in
accordance with TIA/EIA-568-C clause and ISO/IEC 11801: Edition 2000 requirements (beige
for multimode and blue for single mode).
6.12
Single Mode Fibre Optic Cable
Parameter
Technical Specification
Make and Model
Cable Type
24 core, Single mode, Tight Buffer
cable is constructed for outdoor
application with tight buffer tubes
and Fire
on each Fibre fibre
retardant orange PVC jacket protects
the cable from mechanical stress
Fibre type
8.2 / 125, Laser Grade, Fibres are
strengthened by extruding plastic
upto1310 micron around them
No. of cores
@1310 nm
24 core
0.33 dB/Km
@1550nm
0.19 dB/Km
Coating / Cladding offset
<= 0.5 microns
Zero Dispersion Slope
Zero Dispersion Wavelength
<= 0.092ps / sqmm-km
1310nm< 1324nm
Fibre core
Tensile rating
Should be UL Listed
400N
Maximum Crush resistance
Operating Temperature
22 N /mm
-40 Degree C to +70 Degree C
Min Bend
20 X Outer Diameter
Marking
Fibre Core
Approval
ISO certification
Identification marking at regular
intervals of 1 meter
Raw fibre should be from world
renowned sources and raw fibre
marking should be visible on the
OFC cable
UL Listed
All quoted product and
Brand
should have ISO certification for
manufacturing
Compliance with
remarks
6.13
Patch Cords/Pigtails
Fiber equipment cords shall possess the following characteristics:
6.14
FIBRE CABLE ASSEMBLIES & PIGTAILS
1. The fibre used for cable assemblies should meet the IEEE 802.3 10 Gigabit Ethernet Standard
as well as IEC-60793-2-10 and TIA-492AAAC specifications for laser bandwidth Differential
Mode Delay (DMD) specifications.
2. The assemblies should meet or exceeds all ANSI/TIA/EIA and ISO/IEC insertion loss and
return loss requirements.
3. When used in a system these precision cable assemblies should be warranted for 20 years or
above.
4. The fibre optic cable assemblies should meet all Telcordia and ISO/IEC specifications for
ferrule end face geometry – including radius of curvature, apex offset, and spherical undercut.
The compliance to these is important to ensures minimum Return Loss, thereby reducing back
reflection of laser energy which could degrade transmission performance or damage
transceivers
5. The fibre optic cable assemblies should be available in 1, 3, and 5 meter standard lengths. Dust
caps should be included as part of the standard shipment to protect polish from dirt and
damage.
6. In a duplex jumper cord the duplex coupling mechanism should offer a polarity correction
mechanism, which is independent of the connectors in the coupling.
7. The connectors used in the patch cord should be colour coded as per ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-C 2.
8. It should exceed ANSI/TIA/EIA and ISO/IEC requirements for aging, exposure to humidity,
temperature extremes, impact, vibration, coupling strength, and cable resistance to stress and
strain Supports
6.15
Fibre Optic Pigtail
Pigtails Type
SC-Style, Simplex SM Pigtails
Make and Model
Operating temperature
-20 Degree C to +70 Degree C
Durability &colour
SM connectors
220 cycles, Blue
Ferrules
Pre-radius Ceramic Zirconia Ferrule.
Attenuation
Not more than 0.75 dB per mated pair
Insertion Loss
MM:< 0.5 dB
Standard
Meets and exceeds ITU specifications
,UL
listed
and
3rd
Party
RoHS
compliant. Fully in compliance with JIS
C5973 F04 Type.
Bayonet Coupling
6.16
2.5 mm Zirconia Ferrule
PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
50/125µm Multimode
850 nm
1300
Single mode
1300nm*
N/A
2000
N/A
nm
Min. Cable Bandwidth
(MHz km)
500
500
Max. Insertion Loss
0.50 (0.10 Typical)
0.40 (0.10 Typical)
30 (35 Typical)
55 (60 Typical)
(dB
Min. Return Loss (Db
•
6.17
Laser Bandwidth
Fibre Optic Patch panels
Fibre optic patch panel
19-inch, Rack mounted Fibre optic
patch panel
Make and Model
Height
1 U, 1.75 inches
No. of fibres
24 port
Dimensions
44 * 410 * 280 mm (H*W*D)
Material
Complete Aluminium Alloy housing,
fully powder coated
Splice tray. adapter plate and cable
spools to be included
Fully
cushioned
splice
holder
containing grooves for fixing splice
protective sleeves
No. of OSP Cables for
Minimum 24
termination
Grounding
2 Nos. of earthing lugs, pre-loaded
Cable
Front and rear cable management
Management
rings
rings, pre-loaded
No. of 6-port adapter
4 max
plates
Panel cover is of slide out for easy
Sliding
maintenance
6.18
Fibre Optic Adapter
Fibre Optic adapter
SC-Style, SM
plate
Make and Model
Standard
Meets and exceed ITU specifications,
UL listed and 3rd Party RoHS
compliant. Fully in compliance with
JIS C5973 F04 Type.
Attenuation
Max of 0.75 Db per mated pair
6.19 Fibre Optic Patch Cord LC-SC TYPE.
Fibre Optic Patch
SM patch cord LC-SC TYPE
Cords
Make and Model
Type
1.6mm or 3mm simplex or Duplex
Zipcord.
Outside Diameter
(Simplex): 1.6mm x 3.0mm
(Duplex): 1.6mm x 3.3mm
Minimum
Cable
1.6mm: 11.24 lbs (50 N)
Retention Strength
Insertion Loss
6.20
Less than 0.5 dB for MM
Enclosures
All interconnect centres, panels and trays (units) shall provide cross-connect, inter-connect,
splicing capabilities and contain cable management for supporting and routing the fibre
cables/jumpers. All the enclosures
1. Should not be bigger than one rack mount space and accommodate up to 24 ports for SC, or
24 ports for ST or FC adapters plates.
2. Should take in duplex adapter
3. Should have preloaded adapter plates with ST and SC fibre adapters in 6 and 8-port version,
as well as a 24 port version for the SC, MT-RJ and LC adapters.
4. Should have blank adapter plates for future growth of the fibre infrastructure.
5. Should have six and eight port fibre adapter plates, which allow for color coding connectors.
6. Should have fibre adapter plates with snap-in installation and one-finger removal.
7. Should accommodate hybrid adapter plates for ST-to-SC or SC-to-ST connections.
8. Be modular in design with internal fibre managers that provide slack storage to comply with
fibre bend radius and the recommended slack storage length.
9. Should have a snap-on front shield to be used as a labelling surface and to protect jumpers.
This shield should also be relocating able to another position during termination to maintain
circuit identification.
10. Should accommodate a splice tray for mechanical or fusion splices.
11. Should be available with a drawer mechanism, which allows the panel to slide forward or to
the rear, and has defeat able latches to allow removal from the rack or cabinet.
6.21
Cable
In addition to meeting the applicable performance specifications, all optical fibre cable shall be
appropriate for the environment in which it is installed.
6.22
Multimode Optical Fibre Cable
All horizontal multimode optical fiber cable must be a minimum of six strands of 62.5/125 or
50/125µm multimode.
Multimode fibre optical fibre cables shall meet all of the requirements delineated within the
Industry Requirements except the limits for attenuation and bandwidth for cables containing
50/125 or 62.5/125 fibre shall be as noted below:
Minimum Performance Parameters for MM Qualified Cables
Fibre
Maximum
Minimum
Attenuation
Bandwidth
(dB/km)
(MHz•km)
Guaranteed
Transmission
Distance
(m)
850n
1300
850n
1300n
850n
1300nm
m
nm
m
m
m
50/125
3.5
1.5
500
500
550
550
62.5/125
3.5
1.5
200
500
275
550
Attenuation: Cables shall perform in accordance with the attenuation limits as noted above when
tested per ANSI/EIA/TIA-455-46, -53, -61 or -78 (as applicable).
Bandwidth: Cables shall perform in accordance with the bandwidth limits as noted above when
tested per ANSI/EIA/TIA-455-51 or IEC/ISO 793-1-C2A.
Transmission Distance: The protocol pertinent to the transmission distances noted above for
cables is Gigabit Ethernet per IEEE 802.3:2002.
6.23
Single mode Optical Fibre Cable
Single mode optical fiber cable shall be used for 1st and 2nd Level Backbone applications only.
Single mode optical fiber cables shall meet all of the requirements delineated within the specified
Industry Requirements. Attenuation and Zero Dispersion limits are noted below for convenience:
Minimum Performance Parameters for SM Cables
Fibre
Maximum Attenuation
Zero
Zero
(dB/km)
Dispersion
Dispersion
Wavelength
Slope
(nm)
(nm2•km)
1300-1324
< 0.093
Cable
Type
Inside
Single
Plant
mode
Outside
1310nm
1550nm
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
Plant
Attenuation: Cables shall perform in accordance with the attenuation limits as noted above when
tested per ANSI/EIA/TIA-455-46, -53, -61 or -78 (as applicable).
Zero Dispersion Wavelength and Slope: Cables shall perform in accordance with the Zero
Dispersion wavelength and slope limits as noted above when tested per ANSI/EIA/TIA-455-168, 169, or -175 (as applicable).
6.24
MOUNTING OPTIONS
FACE PLATE SPECIFICATION (WORK AREA COMPONENT)
1. The work area, faceplates should offer a sleek, clean appearance for mounting Outlets. The
designation labels cover the mounting screws (should be included as part of the standard
equipment) and provide ample circuit identification.
2. The faceplates should offer write-on circuit designation labels (as part of the standard
equipment) protected by clear plastic cover concealing the mounting screws.
3. The faceplates should be available in white versions,
4. The faceplates should be UV resistant, should be made using high impact plastic to prevent
color fading and to provide added durability.
5. The faceplates should include quick pressure-release designation label covers for quick, toolless removal.
6. The information outlets should be easily snapped out from the back of faceplates making
moves, adds, and changes quick and easy.
7.
Faceplate should be available in 1,2,3,4,5 and six Gang
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8.0
BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
SCOPE
The scope of this section includes design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, and
performance testing of integrated Building Management System (IBMS) as per the technical
specification according with other services like HVAC, Electrical, Lifts, DG, UPS, water
management etc
ERECTION &
SL.NO
DESCRIPTION
SUPPLY
COORDINATION FOR
TESTING &
SCOPE
TESTING &
COMMISSIONING
COMMISSIONING
1
2
3
BMS
SOFTWARE
DDC
CONTROLLER
BTU
IIT
CONTRACTOR
IIT
IIT
CONTRACTOR
IIT
IIT
CONTRACTOR
IIT
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR
IIT
CONTRACTOR
IIT
FIELD
4
EQUIPMENT&
HMI
5
6
ALL CABLES
MODBUS
INTERFACE
SERVER & HUMAN MAN INTERFACE- HMI(AVAIABLE AT SITE)
One PC-based microcomputer (Dell) with minimum configuration as follows: The vendor shall
check the minimum hardware & software requirement of Computer. If any of the technical
parameters given below is less than the minimum required for the proposed system, the vendor is
responsible to propose higher version as required.
Server specifications
•
The minimum hardware configuration of the servers shall be:
•
3.0 GHZ each processor (in case the offered server is RISC & EPIC based processor speed shall
be at least 1.2GHz)
•
Minimum 2 Processors - Quad Core Intel Xeon E5640
•
12GB Main memory (RAM).
•
80 GB SATA II hard drive
•
216 GB Auxiliary memory (Hard disk drive).
•
CD R/W drive,
•
21” HD colour monitor
•
Graphic adaptor cards
•
Keyboard & Mouse
•
Dual 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports & 1 No HDMI port minimum
•
One hot pluggable port for external Cartridge magnetic tape drive
•
TPC/ Spec mark performance compliance
•
Redundant power supply
•
Redundant fan
HMI specifications
•
The minimum hardware configuration of Human Machine Interface (HMI) shall be:
•
2.1 GHz processor (in case RISC & EPIC it shall be at least 1.2GHz)
•
8GB Main memory (RAM)
•
216 GB Auxiliary memory (Hard disk drive)
•
48x24x48 CD-R/W drive
•
21” TFT/LED colour monitors
•
Graphic adaptor cards
•
Two speakers for audible alarms with configurable tones
•
Keyboard & Mouse
•
Dual 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports
•
One hot pluggable for external Cartridge magnetic tape drive
•
Parallel, serial and USB (2.0) ports to accommodate printers, mouse and other peripherals etc
FIELD EQUIPMENTS: - OPTIONAL
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Temperature sensors for space, pipes and ducts, shall be of the Resistance Temperature detector
(RTD) type or thermistors. These shall be two wire type and shall conform to the following
specifications :
1)
Immersion sensors shall be high accuracy type with a high resistance versus temperature
change. The accuracy shall be at least ± 0.33 degrees F and sensitivity of at least 2 ohm/F.
Immersion sensors shall be provided with separate stainless steel thermo well. These shall
2)
be manufactured from bar stock with hydrostatic pressure rating of at least 10 kgf/cm2.
3)
The connection to the pipe shall be screwed ¾ inch NPT (M). An aluminum sleeve shall be
provided to ensure proper heat transfer from the well to the sensor. Terminations to be
provided on the head. Flying leads shall not be acceptable.
4)
The sensor housing shall plug into the base so that the same can be easily removed without
disturbing the wiring connections.
5)
Duct temperature sensors shall be with rigid stem and of averaging
suitable for duct
type. These shall be
installation.
6)
Outdoor air temperature sensor shall be provided with a sun shield.
7)
The sensors shall not be mounted near any heat source such as windows, electrical appliances
etc.
The temperature sensors may be of any of the following types :
1)
PT 100, PT 1000, PT 3000
2)
NI 100, NI 1000
3)
Balco 500.
4)
Thermistor
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SENSOR
Space and duct humidity sensors shall be of capacitance type with an effective sensing range of
10% to 90% RH. Accuracy shall be + 3% or better. Duct mounted humidity sensors shall be
provided with a sampling chamber. Wall mounted sensors shall be provided with a housing.
The sensor housing shall plug into the base so that the same can be easily removed without
disturbing the wiring connections. The sensors shall not be mounted near any heat source
such as windows, electrical appliances etc.
FLOW METER
Water flow meters shall be Ultrasonic type. The housing shall have IP 55 protection. Vendors
shall have to get their design/ selection approved by the Consultant, prior to the supply.
The exact ranges to be set shall be determined by the contractor at the time of
commissioning. It should be possible to ‘zero’ the flow meter without any
external
instruments, with the overall accuracy of at least ± 1% full scale.
PRESSURE TRANSMITTER FOR WATER
Pressure transmitters shall be piezo-electric type or diaphragm type. (Bourdon Tube type shall
not be acceptable). Output shall be 4-20mA or 0-10V DC and the range as specified in the data
sheet depending on the line pressure. Power supply shall be either 24 V AC, 24 V DC or 230
V AC. Connection shall be as per manufacturer’s standards. The pressure detector shall be
capable of withstanding a hydraulic test pressure of twice the working pressure. The set point
shall fall within 40%-70% of the sensing range and detector shall have sensitivity such that
change of 1.5% from the stabilized condition shall cause modulation of the corrective
element. The sensor must be pressure compensated for a medium
temperature
of -10 o C
to 60o C with ambient ranging between 0 o C to 55 o C.
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCH FOR PIPE WORK
These shall be used to measure pressure differential across suction and discharge of pumps.
The
range
shall
be
as specified in the data sheet. Switch shall be ON with increase in
differential. Housing for these shall be weather proof with IP 55 protection. The pressure switch
shall be capable of withstanding a hydraulic test pressure of 1.5 times the working pressure.
The set point shall fall in 40-70% of the scale range and shall have differentials adjustable over
10%-30% of the scale range. The switches shall be provided with site adjustable scale and with 2
NO/NC contacts.
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCH FOR AIR SYSTEMS
These shall be diaphragm operated. Switches shall be supplied with air connections permitting
their use as static or differential pressure switches.
The switch shall be of differential pressure type complete with connecting tube and metal bends
for connections to the duct.
The housing shall be IP 54 rated.
The pressure switches shall be
available in minimum of 3 ranges suitable for applications like Air flow proving, dirty filter, etc.
The set point shall be concealed type. The contact shall be SPDT type with 230 VAC, 1 A rating.
The switch shall be supplied suitable for wall mounting on ducts in any plane. It should be
mounted in such a way that the condensation flow out of the sensing tips. Proper adaptor
shall be provided for the cables.
The set point shall fall within 40%-70% of the scale range and l have differentials adjustable over
10%-30% of the scale range.
The switches shall be provided with site adjustable scale and with 2 NO/NC contacts.
AIR FLOW SWITCHES
Air flow switches shall be selected for the correct air velocity, duct size and mounting
attitude. If any special atmospheric conditions are detailed in the Schedule of Quantity the
parts of the switches shall be suitably coated or made to withstand such conditions. These
shall be suitable for mounting in any plane. Output shall be 2 NO/NC potential free. Site
adjustable scale shall also be provided
AIR PRESSURE SENSOR
The
pressure sensor shall be differential type.
diaphragm type.
The construction shall be spring loaded
The movement of the membrane in relation to the pressure should be
converted by an inductive electromagnet coupling which would give an output suitable
for the controller. The pressure sensor shall be in a housing having IP 54 ratings in accordance
with IEC 529. Suitable mounting arrangement shall be available on the sensor.
The sensor
shall come complete with the PVC tubes & probes.
WATER FLOW SWITCH
These shall be paddle type and suitable for the type of liquid flowing in the line. Output shall
be 2NO/2NC potential free.
TRANSDUCERS FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICES
Electrical transducers shall be integrated electronic type and rack mounted on the field. These
shall work on 230 V supply with the output being standard type i.e. 4-20 mA, 0- 10 Volts etc.
Power factor, Voltage, Current, Frequency and
Kilowatt transducers shall have standard
output signal for measurement for the specified variable.
Kilowatt-Hour metering(if any) shall be poly-phase, three- element with current transformer
(CT) operated type. The metering shall feature high accuracy with no more than +/- 1% error
over the expected load range. The coils shall be totally encapsulated against high impulse
levels.
LEVEL SWITCH
The level switches shall have to meet the following requirement :
Type
:
Float Type/Capacitance /Conductivity type
Mounting
:
To suit application.
Connection
:
Flanged ANSI 150 lbs RF Carbon steel
Float material
:
316 SS
Stem Material
:
316 SS
Output
:
2 NO, 2 NC potential free
Switch Enclosure
:
IP 55
INSTALLATION:
A.
All equipment shall be installed in a neat and professional manner.
B.
Cabling shall be neatly routed and bundled along the equipment cabinet sides. Cabling
shall not hang or cross in the racks. Cabling shall be run at right angles to the rack.
C.
Cable connectors shall be the mating connector to the premices on the equipment.
Adapters will not be accepted to interface a cable connector to the equipment jack.
D.
Installer shall follow factory installation guidelines for pulling tension and bending radii
for all cables.
E.
Cables shall be one continuous piece between each system device.
F.
Dress cables routed to equipment with sufficient slack to allow for service of equipment
and avoid strain on connections or cable.
G.
Use wire ties for supporting low voltage cable runs concealed above ceilings. Do not run
cables loose on ceiling tiles. Cables shall be grouped in bundles and support from
structure above.
H.
All equipment power and signal wiring shall conform to the National Electrical Code and
to applicable local codes.
I.
All equipment and devices shall be securely mounted to a permanent cabinet or panel. No
device shall be supported by it's wires or cables.
J.
Terminate each cable to premises blocks in sequence, including grounding drain wires.
K.
Premises locations and cables shall be labelled, legibly, with permanent embossed labels
or by labelling pen. Identification shall be labelled on As-built Drawings.
TESTING
A.
All system functions shall be tested for proper performance. All test results shall be
documented for inclusion in the as-built manuals.
B.
Complete system programming shall be done by a person who has received factory
training in the programming of the installed system.
C.
The system shall be tested for intelligibility in every room after all installation and testing
is finalized. The intelligibility tests shall follow NFPA 70 and IEC 60849 or BS 5839 Part 8.
TRAINING
•
Provide a minimum of four hours of on-site in-service training in the operation of the
Public Address/Voice Evacuation System. The training shall be provided by a training
specialist specifically trained in the operation, programming and features of the installed
system.
Note: BMS – IO controllers, Software & Modbus interface will be given by IIT.
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TECHNICAL DATA SUBMITTAL
A.
CENTRAL CONTROL STATION EQUIPMENT
1.
CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Model
:
e.
Processor
:
f.
Minimum ROM (K Bytes)
:
g.
Clock Frequency
h.
RAM Capacity Installed
:
:
i.
Ram Capacity Expandable
:
j.
Cache Memory (K Bytes)
:
k.
Hard Disk Capacity (M Bytes)
:
l.
Floppy Disk Drive Capacity (M Bytes)
:
m.
Floppy Disk Drive Size
:
n.
Split Screen Capacity
:
o.
Dimension Overall (mm)
:
p.
Ambient Operating Temperature (deg.C)
q.
Ambient Operating R.H (%)
:
r.
Power Supply
:
s.
Power Consumption (Watts)
:
t.
UL Listing
:
:
2.
COLOUR GRAPHIC MONITOR
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
f.
Screen Size
:
g.
Resolution
:
h.
Input Signal Level
:
i.
Colours
j.
Dimension (mm)
:
:
:
3.
k.
Power Supply
:
l.
Power Consumption (Watts)
:
m.
Ambient Operating Temperature (deg,C)
:
n.
Ambient Operating R.H (%)
:
o.
RAM Capacity
:
KEYBOARD
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
No. of Keys
:
4.
5.
g.
Type of Keys
:
h.
Make of Keys
:
MOUSE
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
REPORT PRINTER
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Print Speed
:
g.
Number of Columns
:
h.
Number of Pins
:
i.
Paper Feed
:
j.
Dimension (mm)
:
k.
Power Supply
:
l.
Power Consumption (watts)
:
6.
ALARM PRINTER
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Print Speed
:
g.
Number of Columns
:
h.
Number of Pins
:
i.
Paper Feed
:
j.
Dimension (mm)
:
k.
Power Supply
:
l.
Power Consumption (Watts)
:
B.
SENSORS CONTROLLERS, SENSORS & TRANSDUCERS
1.
DDC CONTROLLER
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Model
:
e.
Micro Processor Model
:
f.
No. of Bits
:
g.
Clock Frequency
:
h.
RAM Memory
:
i.
RAM Backup Battery
:
j.
Battery Backup (Hrs)
:
k.
Transmission Rate
l.
Peer Communication
:
m.
Alphanumeric LCD Display
:
n.
Radio Interference Standards
:
o.
Enclosure Dimensions (mm)
:
q.
Power Supply
r.
Power Consumption (watts)
s.
Ambient Operating Temperature (deg.C) :
t.
Ambient Operating R.H (%)
:
:
:
:
u.
2.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
SYSTEM INTEGRATION UNITS
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Model
:
e.
Micro Processor Model
:
f.
No. of Bits
:
g.
Clock Frequency
:
h.
RAM Memory
:
i.
RAM Backup Battery
:
j.
Battery Backup (Hrs)
:
k.
Transmission Rate
l.
Peer Communication
:
m.
Alphanumeric LCD Display
:
n.
Radio Interference Standards
:
o.
Enclosure Dimensions
:
p.
Weight (Kg)
q.
Power Supply
r.
Power Consumption (Watts)
s.
Ambient Operating Temperature (deg.C)
t.
Ambient Operating R.H (%)
:
u.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
:
:
:
:
:
3.
IMMERSION TEMPERATURE SENSOR
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Accuracy
:
g.
Sensor Material
:
h.
Temperature Coefficient
:
i.
Resistance Tolerance
:
j.
Resistance
:
k.
Sensing Range
:
4.
l.
Length of Sensing Element
:
m.
Ambient Operating Environment
n.
Accessories
:
o.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
:
DUCT TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY SENSOR
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Accuracy
:
g.
Sensor Material
:
h.
Temperature Coefficient
:
i.
Resistance Tolerance
:
j.
Resistance
:
k.
Sensing Range
l.
Length of Sensing Element
m.
Ambient Operating Environment
n.
Accessories
:
o.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
:
:
:
5.
OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE SENSOR
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Accuracy
:
g.
Sensor Material
:
h.
Temperature Coefficient
:
i.
Resistance Tolerance
:
j.
Resistance
:
6.
k.
Sensing Range
:
l.
Length of Sensing Element
m.
Ambient Operating Environment
n.
Accessories
o.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
:
:
OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE & RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Sensing Range
:
g.
Output Signal
:
h.
Mounting
:
i.
Accuracy
:
j.
Time Constant
:
k.
Power Supply
:
l.
Power Consumption (Watts)
:
m.
Maximum Wiring
:
n.
Operating Ambient limits
:
o.
Dimensions (mm)
:
p.
Weight (Kg)
:
7.
q.
Length Sensor (mm)
:
r.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Model
:
e.
Pressure Sensing Element
:
f.
Range
:
g.
Temperature Compensation
:
h.
Repeatability
:
8.
i.
Hysterisis
:
j.
Shock Resistance Compliance
:
k.
Monitoring
:
l.
Enclosure
:
m.
Supply Voltage
:
n.
Output Signal
:
o.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
WATER FLOW SWITCHES
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Body Construction Material
:
g.
Stem Construction Material
:
h.
Flapper Construction Material
:
i.
No. of Contacts
:
j.
Type of Contacts
k.
Connections
:
l.
Power Supply
:
m.
Switch Rating
:
n.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
:
9.
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCHES FOR PUMPS
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Construction Material
:
g.
Dimensions (mm)
:
h.
Mounting
:
i.
Switch Rating
:
j.
Body Construction Material
:
10.
k.
Sensing Element Material
:
l.
Fill Material
:
m.
Sensing Range
:
n.
Over Range Protection
:
o.
Maxm. Static Pressure on one side
:
p.
No. of Contacts
:
q.
Type of Contacts
r.
Power Supply
:
s.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
:
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SITCHES FOR FILTERS
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
f.
Construction material
:
g.
Dimensions (mm)
:
h.
Mounting
:
i.
Switch Rating
:
j.
Body construction material
:
k.
Sensing element material
:
l.
Fill material
:
m.
Sensing Range
:
:
11.
n.
Over range protection
:
o.
Maxm. static pressure on one side
:
p.
No. of Contacts
:
q.
Type of Contacts
r.
Power Supply
:
s.
Degree of protection (IP)
:
:
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCHES FOR BLOWERS
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Construction Material
:
g.
Dimensions (mm)
:
h.
Mounting
:
i.
Switch Rating
:
j.
Body Construction Material
:
k.
Sensing Element Material
:
l.
Fill Material
:
m.
Sensing Range
n.
Over Range Protection
:
:
12.
o.
Maxm. Static Pressure on one side
:
p.
No. of Contacts
:
q.
Type of Contacts
r.
Power Supply
:
s.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
:
FLOW METERS
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Construction
:
g.
Liner Material
:
h.
Sensor Material
:
i.
Impulse Piping Material
:
j.
Manifold Material
:
k.
Dimensions (mm)
:
l.
Output Signal
:
m.
Accuracy
:
n.
Mounting Arrangement
:
o.
Connection Type
:
p.
Type of Flow Measuring Element
:
13.
q.
Operating Voltage
r.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
:
LEVEL SWITCHES
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Float Construction Material
:
g.
Shaft Construction Material
:
h.
Flange Construction Material
:
14.
i.
Dimensions (mm)
:
j.
Mounting
:
k.
Type of Switch
:
l.
Type of Contacts
m.
No. of Contacts
:
n.
Power Supply
:
o.
Degree of Protection (IP)
:
:
LEVEL TRANSMITTER
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of Origin
:
c.
Local Agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Model
:
f.
Flange Construction Material
:
g.
Dimensions (mm)
:
h.
Mounting
:
i.
Power Supply
:
j.
Degree of Protection (IP)
C.
CABLES
1.
SIGNAL CABLES
:
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of origin
:
c.
Local agent
:
2.
3.
d.
Type
e.
Characteristics
:
:
COMMUNICATION CABLES
a.
Manufacturer
:
b.
Country of origin
:
c.
Local agent
:
d.
Type
:
e.
Characteristics
:
LOCAL AREA NETWORK CABLE
a.
Manufacturer
b.
Country
c.
Local agent
:
of origin
:
:
d.
Type
e.
Characteristics
:
**************
LIST OF RECOMMENDED MAKES.
1
G. I. PIPES
: JINDAL / TATA.
2
PIPE FITTINGS
: BHARAT FORGE / SANJAY FORGE / VS ENGG.
3
SPRINKLERS
: TYCO / VIKING
4
ROSSETTE PLATES
: TYCO / VIKING.
5
FLEXIBLE DROPS
: EASYFLEX / TYCO / VIKING.
6
ANTICORROSIVE MATERIAL
: IWL / RUSTECH.
7
INSTALLATION CONTROL VALVE
: TYCO / VIKING.
8
BUTTERFLY VALVE
: AUDCO / BDK / FOURESS.
9
PAINT
: ASIAN / BERGER.
10
ANCHOR FASTENERS
: HILTI / FISCHER.
11
SUPPORTS
: HI TECH / HILTI.
12
GATE VALVE
: LEADER / KIRLOSKAR / ZOLOTO.
13
BALL VALVE (Screwed end)
: LEADER / ZOLOTO / ITAP.
14
STRAINERS
: GUJRAT OTO FILT / PROCYDENE / TELEFLOW.
15
NON RETURN VALVE
: LEADER/AUDCO/ INTERVALVE.
16
PRESSURE SWITCH
: INDFOS / SWITZER / DANFOSx.
17
PRESSURE GAUGE
: H. GURU / FIEBIG / GENERAL INSTRUMENTS.
18
HOSE REEL DRUM
: NEW AGE / WINCO / MINIMAX.
19
HOSE BOX / FIRE DUCT SHUTTER
: NEW AGE / WINCO /EQUIVALENT.
20
AIR RELEASE VALVE
: HD FIRE / LEADER.
21
FIRE SEALANT
: HILTI/3M /PROMAT.
22
FIRE ALARM CONTROL PANEL
: RAVEL
23
DETECTORS & DEVICES
: RAVEL
24
CONTROL / POWER CABLES
: VARSHA /POLYCAB/RR KABLE/ORBIT
25
CONTROL MCB
: L&T / SCHNEIDER / ABB /SIEMENS.
26
HOOTER / STROBE
: RAVEL
27
BATTERY
: EXIDE / AMRON / HITACHI.
28
PVC CONDUITS
: VIP / PRECISION / EQUILAVANT ISI
29
P.A.SPEAKERS
: BOSCH / BOSE / TOA / AUDIO TRACK
30
P.A.CONSOLE
: BOSCH / BOSE / TOA / AUDIO TRACK
31
P.A POWER/MIXER AMPLIFIER
: BOSCH / BOSE / TOA / AUDIO TRACK
32
CCTV SYSTEM
: ADHUA, PELCO, SAMSUNG, HONEYWELL
33
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
: HONEYWELL, SOLUS, SPECTRA, HID
34
SIGNAGES
: IS MAKE MATERIAL
35 NETWORKING SYSTEM
: BELTON, D LINK, CISCO, SCHINDER
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