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ACCESS CONTROL ENTERPRISE SYSTEM (ACES) - ACCESS CONTROL CONTRACTOR’S
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
DIVISION 28 10 00, ISSUE # 3, FEBRUARY, 2016
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ISSUE
AUTHOR, DATE
APPROVED BY, DATE
EFFECTIVE DATE
1
Mike Peralta, 1/15/09
Erich Snow, 1/15/09
1/15/09
2
Frank Regello, 11/4/11
JAMES E. O’CONNOR, 2/8/16
Erich Snow, 2/10/12
2/10/12
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DIVISION 28 10 00
ACCESS CONTROL ENTERPRISE SYSTEM (ACES) - ACCESS CONTROL CONTRACTOR’S
INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
DIVISION INCLUDES
A.
1.2
This Specification contains a combination of prescriptive and performance requirements.
The Access Control Contractor is responsible for fully implementing the functions
described in the Specifications and shown on the Drawings. This will require the Access
Control Contractor to perform substantial work selecting system components, integrating
system functions, and integrating the various access control systems with each other
and with equipment provided and installed by other Divisions.
RELATED DIVISIONS
A.
The following is a list of related FDG documents that shall be referenced by the Security
Contractor. These related FDG Division 28 documents provide a detailed description of
the Security Contractor’s requirements and specifications at the ACES component level:
1. Division 28.13.00: Access Control Enterprise System (ACES) – Card Access
2. FDG Drawings CM-100 through CM-118.1
1.3
ACCESS CONTROL CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES
A.
Coordinate conduit, backboxes, and wiring for 120VAC operating power to control panels
and security equipment locations with Electrical Work in Division 16.
B.
Materials, equipment fabrication, installation including all raceways, and wiring, and tests
in conformity with applicable Codes and authorities having jurisdiction for the following
security systems (refer to specific Divisions for additional requirements):
C.
The Access Control Contractor shall coordinate installation of 120VAC power, conduit,
standard backboxes, door hardware including designated power supplies, fire alarm
interconnection, and Stanford’s LAN network and connection points as shown on
Drawings.
D.
Coordinate Door Hardware requirements with the Architect and General Contractor.
E.
Coordination with the Stanford ITS Project Team regarding connection of the Access
Control System, Access Control Servers, and workstations to Stanford’s LAN network. IP
addresses and or DHCP naming conventions will be provided by Stanford ITS.
F.
Coordination of the installation of Stanford-provided ACES workstations and servers
(LCD monitor, CPU, mouse, keyboard). The client software applications will be installed
by the ACES VAR .
G.
Coordination of conduit, raceways, back-boxes, and pull boxes for infrastructure with
Electrical Work in Division 16.
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1.4
H.
Conduit, wire, and cable installations performed under this Division 17 shall comply with
the requirements of relevant Division 16.
I.
Drawings and General Provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions and other
Division 1 Specifications.
ACCESS CONTROL CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
A.
The Access Control Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating the installation of all
building electronic security devices specified in referenced Divisions. Security Contractor
shall meet the following minimum qualifications:
Possess all applicable Contractor’s licenses.
The Access Control Contractor personnel performing work shall be supervised by a
person who has successfully installed similar systems by the same equipment
manufacturers at five locations.
1.5
B.
All work shall be in accordance with acknowledged industry and professional standards
and practices, existing building conditions, and as specified herein.
C.
Provide a complete working installation of all devices with all necessary equipment in
proper operating condition. Documents do not undertake to show or list every item to be
provided. When an item not shown or listed is clearly necessary for proper installation
and operation of the equipment and systems, provide, install and test/certify the item at
no increase to the Contract price.
D.
The Access Control Contractor shall maintain a competent supervisor and supporting
technical personnel, acceptable to Stanford, during the entire installation. A personnel
change of the supervisor during the Project shall not be acceptable without prior written
approval from Stanford or Stanford’s Agent.
E.
The Access Control Contractor shall provide all required cables, cable support materials,
conduit, backboxes, fiber optic cables, connectors, mounting hardware and trim materials
for a completely functional/operational system.
F.
This Specification contains a combination of prescriptive and performance requirements.
The Access Control Contractor is responsible for fully implementing the functions
described in the Specifications and shown on the Drawings. This will require the Security
Contractor to perform substantial work selecting system components, integrating system
functions, and integrating the various security systems with each other and with
equipment provided and installed by other Divisions.
REFERENCES
A.
Published specifications, standards, tests, codes, or recommended standards of trade,
industry, or governmental organizations apply to work in these Divisions, including:
ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act
ASCII - American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials
EIA - Electronic Industry Association
NEMA - National Electrical Manufacturers’ Association
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NFPA - National Fire Protection Association with California amendments
NEC - National Electrical Code
UL - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
CBC – California Building Code
B.
1.6
1.7
Electronic devices radiating “RF” energy shall comply with Federal Communication
Commission regulations, particularly Part 15, and shall meet minimum Class “B”. Provide
FCC certificate numbers indicating that products have been approved by the FCC.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
Where applicable, all equipment supplied by the Access Control Contractor shall be
listed by a nationally recognized testing laboratory.
B.
All equipment and accessories to be the product of a manufacturer regularly engaged in
its manufacture.
C.
All items of a given type shall be the products of the same manufacturer.
D.
All items shall be of the latest technology; no discontinued models or products are
acceptable.
E.
No ‘beta’ products will be accepted.
F.
The Manufacturer, or their Authorized Representative, shall confirm that within 100 miles
of the Project site there is an established agency which:
1.
Stocks a full compliment of parts.
2.
Offers service during normal working hours as well as (24 hour/7 days a week)
emergency service on all equipment to be furnished.
3.
Will supply parts and service without delay and at reasonable cost.
G.
The Access Control Contractor shall be capable of performing service or maintenance
work on the specified or accepted systems. Access Control Contractor shall be factorycertified where such certification is available.
H.
In the event of a discrepancy between the Specifications and the Drawings, whichever is
more stringent or calls for the highest quantity or quality of materials has precedence.
Specifications and Drawings are complementary and what is required by one is as
binding as if required by all.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submittals shall be provided for review and acceptance by Stanford’s representative prior
to commencement of the work. Specific products have been mandated in the
specification. When the specified product is provided by the Access Control Contractor,
only the detailed bill of material need be provided.
1.
All submittal drawings shall be in AutoCAD *.DWG format.
2.
Manufacturer’s name, brand name, catalog references for all equipment supplied,
indicating UL Listings, for all system components. When a cut sheet is supplied that
shows multiple items, clearly identify the specified parts being used including any
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optional items. Stanford has provided a list of standard products that shall be
conformed to, unless prior approval is received.
3.
Complete written sequence of operations for all functions of the system.
4.
Provide complete elevation, mounting showing all modules and/or components
exactly as located within the control panels, point-to-point, and termination drawings
for all work showing all devices and each conductor identified. “Typical” drawings
will be accepted. Use provided drawing details to assist the process of detailed
point to point drawings.
5.
Battery calculations are required for all batteries. Voltage-drop calculations are
required for all lock and camera circuits. (POE cameras require a distance
calculation for each camera verifying that cable path does not exceed
manufacturer’s specifications.)
6.
All drawing submittals and schedules shall identify work by phase as shown on bid
documents.
7.
Supply bill of materials for all new equipment.
8.
Provide Service information, including address of nearest representative. Provide
written approval from each manufacturer affirming that Access Control Contractor
is certified and approved for systems installation and service for all systems in this
Division.
9.
Proposed training program, including name and qualifications of trainer(s), schedule
of training, curricula, and written training materials per each individual system.
10. Provide for Stanford’s review and approval of proposed programming, including
device names and descriptions, timings, and sequence of operation prior to the
actual programming of the system.
B.
All ACES submittals shall be complete and in a similar format for ease of review.
Stanford and General Contractor reserve the right to reject any submittals determined to
be incomplete.
C.
The Access Control Contractor should not consider the General Contractor, Architect or
Stanford’s review of submittals to be exhaustive or complete in every detail. Approval of
submittals, including substitutions, indicates only the acceptance of intent to comply with
the general design or method of construction and quality as specified. The functional
requirements, operations, arrangements, and quantities must comply with the Contract
Documents unless changes are specifically approved in writing. Submittal approval does
not relieve the Access Control Contractor of responsibility for errors or omissions in
dimensions, details, and sizes or for coordinating items with actual building conditions.
D.
Work provided without approved submittals is done at the Access Control Contractor’s
risk and may be changed at no cost to Stanford.
E.
Access Control Contractor shall provide “6” sets of product data information and
installation shop drawings as part of the submittal package.
F.
All submittal drawings shall be in AutoCAD.DWG format.
G.
Manufacturer’s name, brand name, catalog references for all equipment supplied,
indicating UL Listings, for all system components. When a cut sheet is supplied that
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shows multiple items, clearly identify the specified parts being used including any optional
items. Stanford has provided a list of standard products that shall be conformed to,
unless prior approval is received.
1.8
1.9
H.
Complete written sequence of operations for all functions of the system.
I.
Provide complete elevation, mounting showing all modules and/or components exactly as
located within the control panels, point-to-point, and termination drawings for all work
showing all devices and each conductor identified. “Typical” drawings will be accepted.
Use provided drawing details to assist the process of detailed point to point drawings.
J.
Battery calculations are required for all batteries. Voltage-drop calculations are required
for all lock and camera circuits. (POE cameras require a distance calculation for each
camera verifying that cable path does not exceed manufacturer’s specifications.)
K.
All drawing submittals and schedules shall identify work by phase as shown on bid
documents.
L.
Supply bill of materials for all new equipment.
M.
Provide Service information, including address of nearest representative. Provide written
approval from each manufacturer affirming that Access Control Contractor is certified
and approved for systems installation and service for all systems in this Division.
N.
Proposed training program, including name and qualifications of trainer(s), schedule of
training, curricula, and written training materials per each individual system.
O.
Provide for Stanford review and approval proposed programming, including device
names and descriptions, timings, and sequence of operation prior to the actual
programming of the system.
P.
All security system submittals shall be complete and in a similar format for ease of
review. Stanford and the General Contractor reserve the right to reject any submittals
determined to be incomplete.
Q.
Work provided without approved submittals is done at the Access Control Contractor’s
risk and may be changed at no cost to Stanford.
R.
Access Control Contractor shall provide “6” sets of product data information and
installation shop drawings as part of the submittal package.
SUBSTITUTIONS
A.
All materials and equipment shall conform to these specifications. No substitute
materials may be used, unless previously requested in writing and accepted in writing by
the General Contractor and Stanford.
B.
Manufacturers listed as acceptable are normally engaged in the type of work specified.
The listing of equipment part numbers or particular types of systems by specific
manufacturers is to establish the performance quality, type, and parameters of the
equipment and material specified. The equipment shall be as specified. The General
Contractor and Stanford must approve all substitutions in writing.
PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
A.
Stanford recommends the Access Control Contractor use “Kitting” of all components
when possible. “Kitting” provides for less waste and more efficient delivery of product
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under a compressed schedule. The following parts may be assembled and placed in a
single box under a single part number for ease of ordering and handling. The phoenix
terminal blocks and din rails may be premounted to the Hoffman back panel per stanford
specifications. Additionally, the kit (box) should be labeled and barcoded per stanford
university specifications to be provided. When “Kitting” is not possible, ship equipment in
original packages to prevent damage or entry of foreign matter. All handling shall be in
accordance with manufacturers’ recommendations. Provide protective covering during
construction.
B.
Replace, at no expense to Stanford, equipment and material damaged during storage
and installation as directed by the Architect, General Contractor or Stanford’s
representative.
C.
Products delivered to the job site in racks and consoles shall be protected from water,
dust, dirt, and foreign matter. All racks and consoles shall be protected from water,
dents, bumps, and scratching.
1.10 WARRANTY
A.
Installation, equipment, software (including all software support and all available
upgrades, patches and revisions), and all parts and labor shall be guaranteed by Access
Control Contractor and manufacturer for one year from written notification of acceptance
by Stanford.
B.
The installing Access Control Contractor shall provide, upon notification of any problem,
a field service technician to correct the problem within 8 hours of notification at no cost to
Stanford.
C.
At least 60 days prior to expiration of guarantee, provide maintenance Contract proposals
for an additional year of service for each system to Stanford.
D.
Warranty shall be extended as described in 3.5 F, below.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
ACES PRODUCTS
A.
Refer to applicable FDG Division 28 for applicable product specifications.
B.
No substitutions will be permitted unless approved by in writing by Stanford’s
representative.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
REQUIREMENTS
A.
Coordinate all work with the General Contractor, including schedule and integration of
work with other trades.
B.
Coordinate work with Stanford- I&M Group for all network connections.
C.
Systems shall be complete and operational in all respects.
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3.2
D.
Coordinate installation of all wiring, raceway, conduit, and approved wireways with
Division 16. Coordinate connection of power to security systems as required.
E.
Wiring in wet or damp locations, including all underground conduits, shall be “gel” filled
and rated for wet applications.
F.
Access Control Contractor shall consult manufacturer’s recommendations for cabling
and conduit and use whichever is greater in size, quality, quantity, gauge, shielding and
number of conductors at no additional cost to Stanford. ITS Cabling Contractor shall
provide a “composite cable” from the door junction box to the control panel termination
enclosure. All other required cables shall be provided and installed by the Access
Control Contractor..
G.
All ACES equipment exposed in public areas shall be installed utilizing tamper proof
mounting hardware. Provide a minimum of 2 driver bits or hand tools for each type of
security fastener to Stanford. The standard type of security screw shall be a star
configuration with a security center piece.
H.
Cables are to be protected from excessive tension, abrasion, or damaging bends or kinks
during installation. Care shall be taken not to bend, crush or kink cables.
I.
Cables shall be combed straight and formed in a neat and orderly manner. Hook and
loop tie wraps are to be used for cable management, not support. Use hook and loop tie
wraps of the appropriate size and type. Do not over-tighten tie wraps.
J.
Provide service loops at each termination point per Drawings so devices can be
dismounted for service and inspection.
K.
Cables shall not be laid directly on ceiling tiles or rails. Cables shall not be attached to
ceiling grid support wires.
L.
Provide bracing for all equipment, including equipment racks and consoles.
M.
Provide seismic restraint for all equipment, including equipment racks and consoles.
RECORD DRAWINGS
A.
Maintain a complete set of prints of Contract Drawings of the work forming a part of the
security systems. As work is installed, carefully draw on prints, in colored pencil, actual
location of work including depth of underground runs, if any, with dimensions from
permanent structures. Wiring diagrams and details shall be included.
B.
Upon completion of the Project, transfer this information to reproducible Drawings and
updated CAD (AutoCAD.DWG files) disks, and submit to Stanford, along with hand
marked field record set.
C.
The Access Control Contractor shall provide three bond sets of drawings, and two CDROMs with all AutoCAD drawing files.
D.
One additional complete bond set shall remain on the job site in folders secured inside
the electronic racks.
E.
Record Drawings shall include:
1.
Complete typical wiring diagrams for all components, including cable types and
quantities, routings, floor plans indicating device locations, room numbers, conduit
sizes.
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2.
Complete elevation, mounting, and point-to-point and termination drawings for all
devices. “Typical” drawings will be accepted.
3.
A Master Legend/Spreadsheet on the drawings that identifies all devices, device
location on the drawings, wire label verbiage, panel termination points and detail
numbers. Each spreadsheet will be specific to the control panel. The
legend/spreadsheet will also be place in each control panel for service support and
termination assistance.
4.
A complete written sequence of operations for all functions as installed and
programmed for each system.
5.
A complete list of all equipment installed organized by building.
TRAINING
3.3
A.
The Access Control Contractor shall provide a minimum of two copies of Operation and
Maintenance manuals for all equipment furnished under the security systems Divisions at
initial training. Include complete sets of up-to-date Record Drawings, bill of material, and
theory of operation for all systems with each manual.
B.
Provide all software and current files, printed ladder-logic files, and access codes for all
programmable equipment and submit to Stanford project management team. Provide an
additional 4 copies of O&M manuals for use as training materials by Stanford
PROGRAMMING
A.
ACES VAR shall provide initial programming for all applicable systems. The ACES
VAR shall provide a full time system administrator to provide the below services during
the application installation and as the setup and construction installation proceeds.
Stanford will not provide field device programming and or testing support as the system is
made active and commissioned. The ACES VAR programming shall include, but not be
limited to:
1.
Stanford shall provide system administrative rights for the ACES VAR
administrator during the construction phase of the project.
2.
An English-language description of each alarm point, door, card reader, and
camera location, and alarm annunciator. The descriptions will be provided by
Stanford and follow a campus wide standard.
3.
All door alarm conditions shall be made active for door forced and door held
monitoring. Each of the two conditions may be controlled independantly.
4.
Build floor plan maps including all levels reflecting specific device types and
locations. Floor plan maps will be dynamically linked to device locations in access
control and CCTV system monitoring systems database.
5.
Tamper switches will be installed at all door junction boxes and controller
enclosures and termination enclosures. Each tamper switch will be for graphic
annunciation and system monitoring. Each building TR location shall have a
general AC power loss monitoring requirement and a power supply specific low
battery monitoring circuit programmed.
6.
Camera sequences and call-up functions.
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7.
Access cards will be provided by Stanford for intial testing.
8.
Text messages describing post orders for different alarm actions.
9.
Global alarm annunciation outputs to be linked to individual alarm outputs driving
voice annunciation at each door location.
10. A single output at each door location link to the alarm annunciation system at each
door location, triggered by the door status input.
11. Time schedules will be programmed into the access system based on a pre-defined
list provided by Stanford project team.
12. All descriptions, numbering, and labeling shall be consistent throughout the
electronic security systems.
3.4
B.
Software device naming convetion shall be consistent between various integrated
systems, including Access Control and CCTV systems.
C.
Upon Stanford’s request, each system shall be reprogrammed by the ACES VAR one
time during the warranty period at no additional cost.
COMMISSIONING/ACCEPTANCE TESTING
A.
There are two distinct types of tests for which the Access Control Contractor is
responsible:
1. The first type is the Pre-Functional Performance Test. These tests ensure
that all equipment, wiring, and systems are installed in accordance with the
Specifications, Drawings, and manufacturers’ requirements.
2. The second type of test is the Substantial Completion Test. These tests
ensure that all equipment and systems operate in accordance with design
intent. These are dynamic tests, and test the systems through all possible
modes of operation.
B.
Perform systems tests using personnel who have attended a manufacturer’s training
school for installation and testing of the systems as described above. Perform testing
with the test instruments as required by the manufacturer; testing by means other than
the manufacturer’s procedures will not be acceptable unless agreed to by Stanford,
Consultant, and manufacturer.
C.
Upon completion of the installation of the security systems, the Access Control
Contractor shall submit to Stanford Pre-Functional Performance Test reports including,
but not limited to, the following information:
1. A complete list of all equipment installed, including serial numbers of major
components.
2. Certification that all equipment is properly installed and functional, and
conforms with Contract Specifications and Drawings.
3. Test reports of all new and existing inputs and outputs, devices, and
equipment.
4. Test technician’s name, company, and dates of test.
D.
Following review of the Pre-Functional Performance Test report by Stanford projects
team, the Access Control Contractor, along with the ACES VAR, shall schedule a
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substantial completion test with Stanford project team. A Substantial Completion Test
shall include performance tests of each device, switch, control unit, power supply, battery
standby unit, monitor panel, controller, and all other equipment and material required by
the Contract. Tests will only be conducted at completed buildings, partial testing of
buildings will not be performed by Stanford project team.
E.
At a minimum, perform tests to demonstrate that:
1. All systems are free from grounding and open circuits.
2. Each alarm-initiating device consistently functions as specified and produces the
specified alarm actions.
3. Automatic display of CCTV camera display on the designated monitor, building
maps showing alarming device changing status and reflecting location, and
automatic display of designated post orders upon activation of an alarm event.
4. An abnormal condition of any circuit or device required to be electrically
supervised will result in activating the specified trouble or tamper alarm signal.
5. Doors lock and unlock at programmed times and allow access upon activation
from a valid card.
6. Systems operate properly during and while on emergency generator power.
7. Alarm signals are audible at the monitoring workstation location.
8. The system is operable under specified trouble conditions.
9. All software functions properly as specified, and all equipment is fully
programmed. The ACES VAR Contractor shall be responsible for programming
system English-language descriptors as specified by Stanford’s representative.
10. System Record Drawings correspond with actual installation.
F.
If retesting is required due to Access Control Contractor equipment failure, incorrect
programming, omission, or error, the Access Control Contractor shall compensate
Stanford for all Stanford’s additional costs associated with retesting.
PART 4 – GENERAL
4.1
DIVISION INCLUDES
A.
Materials, equipment fabrication, installation, and tests in conformity with applicable
Codes and authorities having jurisdiction for the following:
1. Provide a complete Access Control Enterprise System as shown on Drawings.
2. Complete system is defined as all conduit, raceways, cables, backboxes, card
readers, cards, controllers, printers, alarm contacts, glass break detectors,
programming, software, licenses, and upgrades needed to achieve a complete and
functional system. Also included are all required power supplies, power filtering,
mounts, housings, equipment stand, and interfaces to equipment furnished by others.
3. A typical system shall be configured to allow access with the presentation of a
DESFire access card or a legacy corporate 1000 HID 37 bit card. A door contact shall
indicate to the system that a door has been opened and closed and an Request-toExit device will indicate egress. The system shall be able to detect a forced or held
door and indicate in several ways the condition of the door. The system shall be able
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to record and store all events, and provide a means to review an event log that has
unlimited storage capacity.
4.
Furnish and install new DESFire proximity card readers.
5. Furnish and install card reader controllers and other equipment as shown on the
Drawings.
6. Coordinate system requirements with the Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC)
project management team.
7. Establish system communication with the Access Control System Server and
panels via the Stanford’s LAN network.
8. Provide system administrative support throughout the installation process to meet
the specific needs of the project scope of work.
9. Furnish and install required interface relays, materials, and cabling to the
designated point of interface with the fire alarm control system.
10. Provide installation, testing, adjustment, and initial programming for all equipment.
11. Provide written documentation and instructions for system as installed.
12. Provide training to the Stanford in the operation, adjustment, servicing, and repair
of this system.
B.
4.2
.
RELATED DIVISIONS
A.
The following is a list of related FDG documents that shall be referenced by the Access
Control Contractor. These related FDG Division 28 documents provide a detailed
description of the Access Control Contractor’s requirements and specifications at the
ACES component level:
Division 28.13.00: Access Control Enterprise System (ACES) – Card Access
1.
2. FDG DRAWINGS CM-100 THROUGH CM-118.1
B.
Wire and cable installations performed under this Division shall comply with the
requirements of Division 26.
PART 5 - PRODUCTS
5.1
ACCESS CONTROL PRODUCTS
A.
System Specifications
1. Manufacturer’s catalog and system numbers of equipment listed in FDG 17920
documents and specifications indicate the type, quality, and functions of the
equipment required, and represent the minimum acceptable standards. Provide all
compatible parts for the submitted system. Acceptable manufacturers include
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Integrated Engineering (HID), Altronix, Bosch, GE Security (Sentrol), Visonic, Quam,
and. The Access Control system shall be Lenel or Software House, no substitutions
will be accepted.
2. When possible “Kitting” will be used by the Access Control Contractor to assemble
and pre-wire devices that make up an assembly of parts. Parts are to be assembled
and placed in a single box under a single part number for ease of ordering and
handling. All manufacturer product packaging is to be recycled off site from the job site
at the kitting location. See drawing for kit details and parts lists. (Local distribution
channels that provide these services for Stanford include Anixter)
B.
Wire and Cable
1.
Access Control Contractor shall follow the manufacturers’ recommendation for
cabling. Wire and cable sizes, number of conductors, shielding, or other data listed in
this specification or shown on Drawings are a guide to the correct product required to
achieve a working system and represent minimum acceptable equipment.
2. The ITS Cabling Contractor shall install the composite cable from the TR locations to
the door security junction box.
3. Wiring shall be grouped and harnessed to facilitate access to all equipment, as well as
maintenance and replacement of equipment.
4. All cable shall be labeled at origin and termination, referencing to a master legend
schedule shown on submittal drawings. Labeling and any splice locations shall be
noted on Record Drawings.
5. Cabling shall be sized and installed according to National Electric Code requirements.
6. Cables are to be shielded as necessary and as shown on Drawings to preclude any
outside noise or interference from entering the cable and degrading system
performance and follow all system manufacturer cable requirements.
7. Any cabling or raceway exposed to weather or installed underground shall be rated for
that use.
C.
Client workstations
1. The ACES VAR should program Stanford provided computer workstations to allow
ACES client access to host server. Alarm conditions to be manually displayed and
automatically called up on alarm activation. Provide display maps (showing building,
walls, level, and doors) reflecting the specific device and its status. Provide complete
software integration of the CCTV and ACES functions on the designated GUI
workstations.
2. The ACES VAR provided video client workstations will also serve as the ACES client
work stations. All workstations will be HP Proliant or preapproved equal.
D.
Card Readers
1. Card Readers shall be manufactured HID SmartTrans 800-8100DF, with configuration
01SMR-5801.
2. Card readers shall support DESFire “Smart Cards” and legacy HID corporate 1000 37
bit cards. Generation 2 series card readers from HID shall support all HID card
formats.
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3. The readers will mount on standard single gang electrical rings or on the frames of the
doors. Adapters are required for single gang ring mounting. Mounting on custom
optional standoffs may be required when mounting on or near metal surfaces.
E.
Access Control Cards
1. Test cards shall be provided by the Stanford for Acces Control Contractor testing and
commissioning.
F.
Access Control Panels
1. Access Control equipment shall be Lenel. No substitutions will be accepted.
2. Access Panel Controllers, I/O boards, and new power supplies for DC locks shall be
provided with battery back-up sufficient to maintain full operation of monitoring
functions for a minimum of 4 hours, plus a minimum of 25 lock activations in the event
of power failure. Provide complete with input, outputs, and sufficient power for 8 and
16 reader-controlled doors.
3. Furnish and install interfacing relays between Access Controller Panel (ACP) outputs
and locks being controlled. Install diode noise suppression on all relay coils and
electric lock coils.
4. Provide sufficient input boards to accept all monitored points on the Access Control
System.
5. Provide sufficient output boards to accept all outputs on the Access Control System.
Each speech processor module requires one output located at the controller.
6. Furnish and install reed tamper switches on each equipment cabinet, including door
junction boxes.
7. Include input points to connect AC power fail and low battery conditions from power
supplies to ACES system. AC power fail may be common to each power supply
location. Low battery monitoring must be unique to each power supply.
G.
Door Position Sensors
1. Furnish and install GE Security 1078T concealed contacts in steel door frames
Furnish and install GE Security 1125TW on wood door frames . Furnish and install GE
Security 2505A Series armored cable contacts on “back of house” steel doors in
concrete filled jambs or other special circustances. Provide and install GE Security
3010 tamper switches in all enclosures and door junction boxes that are not provided
with a tamper switch from the manufacturer.
2. Coordinate with other trades the contact and wire placement in the door frames.
Cable shall not be exposed and raceway shall be hidden.
3. Where there are contacts on a set of double doors, each leaf will have a contact and
will be wired in a series circuit.
H.
Lock Power Supplies
1. Furnish and install 24VDC power supplies for all electrically controlled door locks.
Where supplies are provided as part of the hardware group, coordinate the installation
with Electrical Work in Division 16 and connect these supplies to the ACES system
and local electric lock.
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2. Size all power supplies to permit simultaneous continuous-duty activation of all door
locks, with an additional minimum 30% capacity on each supply. Provide battery
back-up sufficient for 25 activations for all DC locks.
3. Furnish and install interfacing relays between Access Control Panel (ACP) and
electric locks being controlled. Install noise suppression diodes on all locks as close
as possible to the lock and at the control relay coil. Mount all interface relays within
the power supply equipment enclosures. Relay interface board shall be Altronix
ACM8CB. Every eight electric locks require a ACM8CB module.
4. Provide U.L. listed power supply with fire alarm system interface for automatic
unlocking of upon activation of building fire alarm. Coordinate and provide connection
to building fire alarm system when required. Provide individual control of fail safe/fail
secure operation of each lock relay based on lock requirements and fire input alarm
signals to power supply.
5. Lock power supplies shall be Altronix Maxim37E
6. Fail Safe lock hardware release modules shall be Altronix DSACM8/CB
7. Fused power distribution boards shall be Altronix PD8CB.
I.
Door Annunciation Speaker and Speech Processor
1. Security Contractor to provide and a install Visonic SP-3 speech processor in each
door junction box. The Visonic device will be mounted as part of the door junction box
“kit” to the Phoenix connector assembly and DIN rail.
2. Provide a Qaum Model 0602-CISX/8 8 ohm speaker (vandal resistant, stainless steel
with tamper proof screws (2 gang mounting) to be connected to the Visonic SP-3
speech processor
J.
Power-Over-Ethernet Switch (IP Networked Edge Devices)
1. When and where specified, the Acces Control Contractor to provide and install a
Stanford ITS approved power-over-ethernet IP network switch, in the security junction
box at the door, to support IP networked communication edge devices, i.e. camera,
entry telephone, etc.
2. When and where specified, the Acces Control Contractor to provide and install a
Stanford ITS approved 12VDC to 48VDC power convertor, in the security junction box
at the door, to power the power-over-ethernet network switch
K.
Request-to-Exit Motion Sensors
1. Furnish and install Bosch DSI 160I request to exit motion sensors when the RX switch
can not be embedded in the door hardware. Provide and install trim plates model
TP160 when installed on electrical back boxes. All Card Reader and Local Alarm
locations shall incorporate a request to exit device. Local Alarm door’s will be
emergency exit only or free egress based on software settings in the Lenel
application.
L.
Equipment Termination Enclosures
1. Furnish and install a security junction box 16”H x 12”W x 4”D at all door locations
(Hoffman Type 1 Control Box with Perforated Panel, Part number ASE16X12X4,
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equip with perforated panel, Part Number A16N12PP, and if specified by the building
client, a tamper switch Part Number ALFSWD).
2. Install Hoffman flush mount cover when enclosure is installed in above ceiling
locations or exposed in utility closets. Hoffman model AFE16X12. A custom
manufactured oversized cover, with rounded corners, shall be installed on all flush
mounted installations.
3. Install tamperproof screws (TORX #8-32 flat head security configuration) on all
enclosures when screw covers are used. Use countersunk finish washers to hide the
cover slot and dress the flat head screw installation.
4. Furnish and install Hoffman A-TC36246S panel for termination of composite cable
terminated in Telecommunication Rooms (TR).
5.
Furnish and install Phoenix Contact Part No’s as follows:
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DIN MOUNTING RAIL – ORDER NO.: 0801733, TYPE: NS 35/ 7, 5 PERF
2000MM
TERMINAL BLOCKS – PHOENIX CONTACT PART NO. 3044636 UTTB 2,5
DOUBLE-LEVEL TERMINAL BLOCK WITH SCREW CONNECTOR, GRAY.
TERMINAL BLOCKS – PHOENIX CONTACT PART NO. 3044665 UTTB 2,5PE DOUBLE-LEVEL TERMINAL BLOCK WITH SCREW CONNECTOR,
GREEN/YELLOW.
END CLAMP - PART NO. 1201442
COVER – PART NO. 3047293
TERMINAL MARKER STRIP CARRIER – PART NO. 0800307
ZACK STRIP – PART NO. 1050295 ZB: SO/CMS (STANFORD LABEL)
6. It is recommended that the din rail for the door junction boxes and the back panel
for the TR room termination enclosure be provided in “kit” form and not assembled on
the construction site.
PART 6 - EXECUTION
6.1
REQUIREMENTS
A.
Refer to Division 28.13.00, Part 3, for requirements regarding Record Drawings, Training,
Tests and Reports, and Warranty.
B.
Special coordination is required with the Stanford regarding programming requirements.
Meet with the Stanford’s representatives and submit proposed labels for all input and
output points for Stanford review and comment. Software labels shall be consistent
between various integrated systems, including Access Control, CCTV System and Entry
Telephones .
C.
Programming for manual door unlock, time zones, and access levels as directed by the
Stanford.
D.
Provide a minimum of 16 hours of scheduled training for the equipment furnished under
this Division, including programming, operation, service, and maintenance.
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E.
PROVIDE AND INSTALL DATA INTERFACE INCLUDING PROGRAMMING TO
CCTV HEAD-END EQUIPMENT CPU FOR CAMERA CALL-UP UPON ALARM
ACTIVATION.
PART 7 – GENERAL
7.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Materials, equipment fabrication, installation, and tests in conformity with applicable
Codes and authorities having jurisdiction for the following:
1. Provide a complete Network based Closed Circuit Television Surveillance System as
shown on Drawings.
2. Complete systems are defined as all cables, fiber, backboxes, POE/IP color cameras,
enclosures, digital CCTV Network Video Recorders/servers, networking equipment,
software, and programming needed to achieve a complete and functional system.
Also included are all required, mounts, housings, and interfaces to equipment
furnished by others. Stanford will provide the network infrastructure from the
Telecommunication Room (“TR”) to the CCTV Headend location.
3. Program Stanford-provided computer workstations to allow CCTV cameras to be
manually displayed and automatically called up on alarm activation. Provide display
maps (showing building, walls, level, and doors) reflecting the specific device and its
status. Provide complete software integration of the CCTV and Access Control
System functions on the designated GUI workstations.
4. Provide automatic camera call-up upon activation of alarm detection, video motion
detection, or input from other security or building systems. Program at minimum one
alarm activation call-up for each video camera. Alarm conditions shall be linked to
local door alarm events.
5. Install all field control panel equipment in the Telecommunication Room (“TR”) as
shown on Drawings. Network connectivity and PoE power to be provided by Stanford
in each TR room.
6. Provide installation, testing, adjustment, and all necessary system programming for all
equipment.
7. Provide written documentation and instructions for system as installed.
8. Provide training to Stanford in the operation, adjustment, servicing, and repair of this
system.
7.2
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
The following is a list of related FDG documents that shall be referenced by the Security
Contractor. These related FDG Division 28 documents provide a detailed description of
the Access Control Contractor’s requirements and specifications at the ACES
component level:
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Division 28.13.00: Access Control Enterprise System (ACES) – Card Access
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B.
FDG Drawings CM-100 through CM-118.1
Wire, and cable installations performed under this Division shall comply with the
requirements of Division 16.
PART 8 - PRODUCTS
8.1
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION SYSTEM
A.
System Specifications
1. Stanford-ITS shall pre-approve all Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) systems. The
CCTV sytems shall be IP Network Camera Systems. Cameras will be Fixed or PanTilt-Zoom (PTZ) as specified on the drawings.
2. When and where specified, the Access Control Contractor to provide and install a
Stanford ITS approved power-over-ethernet IP network switch, in the security junction
box at the door, to support IP networked communication edge devices, i.e. camera,
entry telephone, etc.
3.
B.
C.
WHEN AND WHERE SPECIFIED, THE ACCESS CONTROL CONTRACTOR TO
PROVIDE AND INSTALL A STANFORD ITS APPROVED 12VDC TO 48VDC
POWER CONVERTOR, IN THE SECURITY JUNCTION BOX AT THE DOOR, TO
POWER THE POWER-OVER-ETHERNET NETWORK SWITCH.
Fiber, Wire, and Cable
1.
Access Control Contractor shall follow the manufacturers’ recommendation for
cabling. Wire and cable sizes, number of conductors, shielding, or other data listed
in this specification or shown on Drawings are a guide to the correct product
required to achieve a working system and represent minimum acceptable
equipment.
2.
All cable from the TR location to the door junction box will be provided by the
Owner and installed by the contractor. The cable shall be a “composite
construction” with spiral wrap and include a CAT6 cable for PoE IP camera support.
3.
All cable from the door junction box to the individual devices shall be provided and
installed by the Access Control Contractor.
4.
Wiring shall be grouped and harnessed to facilitate access to all equipment, as well
as maintenance and replacement of equipment.
5.
All cable shall be labeled at origin and termination, referencing to a master legend
schedule shown on submittal drawings. Labeling shall be noted on submittal
drawings and Record Drawings.
6.
Cabling shall be sized and installed according to National Electric Code
requirements and meet industry standards for CAT6 data infrastructure.
7.
Any cabling or raceway exposed to weather shall be rated for that use.
CCTV Cameras.
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1.
2.
Stanford-ITS shall pre-approve all Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) systems. The
CCTV sytems shall be IP Network Camera Systems. Cameras will be Fixed or
Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) as specified on the drawings.
Camera mounts and housings shall be as shown on the Drawings. Provide
proper backing at all locations.
3.
Secure all cameras and housings as appropriate to structural requirements and
construction conditions. Utilize tamperproof-mounting hardware.
4.
Camera housings installed in ceilings shall have attachments to building
structure independent of ceiling, fire sprinkler, conduit, or other system supports.
5.
Cameras installed at outdoor locations shall have proper weather proofing with
fans and heaters (where required).
6.
Contractor shall replace or adjust lenses at no cost to Owner if necessary to
obtain proper field of view.
7.
Provide various focal lengths with auto iris lenses where required.
8.
Provide color corrected lens with glass optics.
9.
Coordinate the installation of cameras with Stanford for desired views.
10.
Cameras shall support both MPEG4 and JPEG video formats.
PART 9 - EXECUTION
9.1
REQUIREMENTS
A.
Refer to Section 28.13.00, Part 3, for requirements regarding Record Drawings, Training,
Tests and Reports, and Warranty
B.
The SU I&M Group to provide network connectivity of the ACES CCTV unit
(Telecommunications Room to the SU network).
C.
The Access Control Contractor will coordinate full functionality testing of the ACES
CCTV unit with the SU-ITS I&M Group to ensure ACES network operability.
D.
Software labels shall be consistent between various integrated systems, including ACES
Access Control, CCTV Camera System and Entry Telephone Units.
E.
Provide training to the owner for the equipment furnished under this Section, including
programming, operation, service, and maintenance.
PART 10 - GENERAL
10.1 DIVISION INCLUDES
A.
Work Included in this Section: Installation, and tests in conformity with applicable Codes
and authorities having jurisdiction for the following:
1.
Access Control Contractor to furnish and install specified ACES Entry Telephone
Units (VoIP) at designated locations as specified in the Drawings.
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2. Stanford will specify the Entry Telephone Unit (VoIP) to be furnished and installed by
the Access Control Contractor.
10.2 RELATED DIVISIONS
A.
The following is a list of related FDG documents that shall be referenced by the Security
Contractor. These related FDG Division 28 documents provide a detailed description of
the Security Contractor’s requirements and specifications at the ACES component level:
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B.
Division 28.13.00: Access Control Enterprise System (ACES) – Card Access
FDG Drawings CM-100 through CM-118.1
Wire and cable installations performed under this Division shall comply with the
requirements of Division 16.
PART 11 - PRODUCTS
11.1 ENTRY TELEPHONE SYSTEMS
A.
System Specifications
1. Stanford-ITS shall pre-approve the ACES Entry Telephone Unit (VoIP).The ACES
Entry Telephone Unit shall be installed as specified on the drawings.
2. The ACES Entry Telephone Unit shall be IP network capable (VoIP).
3. When and where specified, the Access Control Contractor to provide and install a
Stanford ITS approved power-over-ethernet IP network switch, in the security junction
box at the door, to support IP networked communication edge devices, i.e. camera,
entry telephone, etc.
4. When and where specified, the Access Control Contractor to provide and install a
Stanford ITS approved 12VDC to 48VDC power convertor, in the security junction box
at the door, to power the power-over-ethernet network switch.
B.
Wire and Cable
1. A CAT6 4-pair cable will be furnished and installed by the Access Control Contractor
from a port on the specified power over ethernet switch, located in the door security
junction box, to the Entry Telephone Unit (VoIP), to provide network connectivity.
2. A 22/4 conductor cable will be furnished and installed by the Access Control
Contractor from the door security junction box provide to the Entry Telephone Unit to
provide provide lock hardware interface to the ACES.
PART 12 - EXECUTION
12.1 REQUIREMENTS
A.
Refer to Section 28.13.00, Part 3, for requirements regarding Record Drawings, Training,
Tests and Reports, and Warranty
B.
All telephone entry device programming will be provided by Stanford prior to installation
by the Access Control Contractor. Each unit will be assigned to a specific door location
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and the contractor will verify the operation of the unit after installation by testing a preprogrammed test number
1. A valid request to unlock signal to the entry unit from the tenant will activate the
entry phone door unlock relay. An input on the access control system at the
control panel will connect through the entry phone output and be linked in
software to the electric lock activation relay
2. The access control application provide an audit trail whenever the door is release
through the telephone entry system. An event will link the valid entry with the
video camera associated with the entry phone unit. The Owner will provide
programming parameters for this event linking.
C.
Substantial completion testing and final commisioning will be required on each of the
phone units and will require all lock hardware connection and activation.
D.
The SU I&M Group to provide network connectivity of the entry telephone unit
(Telecommunications Room to the VoIP network).
E.
The Access Control Contractor will coordinate full functionality testing of the ACES entry
telephone unit with the SU I&M Group to ensure ACES and VoIP operability.
F.
Software labels shall be consistent between various integrated systems, including ACES
Access Control, CCTV Camera System and Entry Telephone Units.
G.
Provide training to the owner for the equipment furnished under this Section, including
programming, operation, service, and maintenance.