Access Control, Camera and Intercom Specifications Document

Access Control, Camera and Intercom
Specifications Document
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Table of Contents
1. Access Control, Camera and Intercom General Specifications
for Projects
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General Notes, Specifications and Dimensions……………………………..4
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Aluminium, Timber and Glass Door Cards Readers……………………….4
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Door Lock Sample Pictures……………………………………………………………5
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Sliding Doors………………………………………………………………………………18
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Turnstiles……………………………………………………………………………………23
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Vehicle, Pedestrian and Bicycle Shed Motorised Gates……………….25
1.7
Wheelchair Accessible Motorised Gates…………………………………….28
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Drawers, Safes, Cabinets and Lockers…………………………………………29
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Vehicle Boom Gates……………………………………………………………………29
1.10
IP Cameras and IP Intercoms………………………………………………………31
2. Access Control Installations and Hardware Specifications
(Impro)
2.1
General Project and Site Conditions……………………………………………32
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Hardware Specifications for all Impro Installations…………………….33
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Installation Notes……………………………………………………………………….35
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Quality Assurance……………………………………………………………………….36
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Commissioning……………………………………………………………………………36
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3. Access Control Installations and Hardware Specifications
(Salto)
3.1
General Project and Site Conditions……………………………………………37
3.2
Hardware Specifications for Salto Door Controller Installations….38
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Installation Notes……………………………………………………………………….39
3.4
Quality Assurance……………………………………………………………………….40
3.5
Commissioning……………………………………………………………………………40
4. Access Control Technical Diagrams
4.1
Impro Door Controller Diagrams…………………………………………………42
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Cable Marking…………………………………………………………………………….46
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Installation Component List………………………………………………………..47
4.4
Salto Door Controller and Reader Diagrams……………………………….48
4.5
Salto Access Control Range…………………………………………………………51
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University of Stellenbosch
[1] Access Control, Camera and Intercom General
Specifications for Projects
1.1 General Notes, Specifications and Dimensions
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Control Box/Junction Box (ABB – UT10 410mm x 410mm x 165mm)
Green DMN702G combo - W 90mm x L 90mm x D 55mm
Gate Motors:
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Gate motors are to be installed on all new and existing Bicycle Sheds and Pedestrian
Gates. No magnetic locks, rim locks or any other lock types are to be used.
Magnetic Locks:
− Elock LK117 150Kg 12 V for Sliding Doors
− Elock LK126 360 Kg 12 V for Timber Doors.
− SEP 300/38M 12V Slimline for Single Aluminium Doors if recessed into
stationary panel or post of door.
− Elock LK118 350 Kg 12 V for Double Aluminium Doors if recessed specifically
where Clip 44 Shop Front system will be used. Magnetic lock on inactive leaf
and Armature plate of Magnetic lock on active leaf.
1.2 Aluminium, Timber and Glass Door Card Readers
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
needed.
Each Access Controlled Door must have its own Access Control Box/Junction Box inside the
Ceiling or if not possible below the Ceiling against the wall.
Access Control Box/Junction Box must be installed on the inside/safe side of the door or
building to prevent tampering.
An Access Hatch of 600mm x 600mm must be provided to gain access to Access Control
Box/Junction Box for maintenance purposes if to be installed inside ceiling space.
The location or height of Access Control Box/Junction Box or Access Hatch must not be
lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or higher than 2.4 meters (two point four
meters) from ground level.
A Network Point must be installed for each Access Controlled Door inside or next to Access
Control Box/Junction Box and must not be lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or
higher than 2.4 meters (two point four meters) from ground level. Type of communication is
dependent on user activity or volumes at the access controlled door. If volumes are high we
will use RS485 communication but the Network Point must still be installed for future use.
A 220V AC dedicated/red Plug Point must be installed for each Access Controlled Door that
uses a Magnetic Lock or other type of 12V DC lock. The Plug Point must be installed inside or
next to the Access Control Box/Junction Box/Access Control Hatch and must not be lower
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than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or higher than 2.4 meters (two point four meters)
from ground level.
Recessed Magnetic Locks must be installed by manufacturer on Aluminium Doors and
Timber Doors if it is a new installation or door.
25mm PVC Conduit route must be provided for Magnetic Lock Cable to Access Control
Box/Junction Box.
25mm PVC Conduit route must be provided for both inside card reader and outside card
reader to Access Control Box/Junction Box. 25mm PVC Conduit route must be installed at
height 0.9 meters from ground for Paraplegic Doors and 1.2 meters from ground for NonParaplegic doors like Turnstiles or where there are stairs in front of the door that will not be
removed for Paraplegic access purposes.
Break Glass Unit will use the same 25mm Conduit route as the inside card reader or its own.
Must be mounted next to reader on right hand side or below reader at 0.9 meters. For
specific Access Controlled doors we will ask for the Break Glass unit as well as the 25mm PVC
Conduit to be installed further away from door to prevent tampering and unauthorized
access from outside.
All Doors must be fitted with a Door Closer.
Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
1.3 Door Lock Sample Pictures
Clip 44 Double Aluminium doors Magnetic Lock Shop Front System 1.3.1
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Clip 44 Double Aluminium doors Magnetic Lock Shop Front System 1.3.2
Clip 44 Double Aluminium doors Magnetic Lock Shop Front System 1.3.3
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Magnetic Lock Armature Plate on Frameless Glass Door by means of UV Bonding 1.3.4
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Magnetic Lock Armature Plate on Frameless Glass Door by means of UV Bonding 1.3.5
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Magnetic Lock on Single Aluminium Door with Magnetic Lock Recessed in Stationary Post and
Magnetic Lock Plate Recessed in Door 1.3.6
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Magnetic Lock on Single Timber Door with Magnetic Lock either Recessed in door and frame or with
a Custom Made and treated Steele Z-Bracket 1.3.7
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1.4 Sliding Doors
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
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Each Sliding Door must have a battery backup system for power failures that must last 4
hours or more if the Hostel or building does not already have a full power backup system or
generator. The battery backup system must be provided by installer or manufacturer upon
installation.
Every Sliding door must be Fail Safe for emergency escape and must not have the possibility
of being jammed or forced open under any condition.
2 x 150kg E-Lock Magnetic locks must be installed by manufacturer in the frame of the sliding
door to prevent door from being tampered with. Locks must be able to be unlocked or its
power cut by means of Green Break Glass / Call Point of Access Control system.
Our preferred Sliding door is a single Sliding Door if space allows for it which makes the 2 x
150Kg Magnetic Lock wiring more easily accessible when installed on the stationary post.
Each Access Controlled Door must have its own Access Control Box/Junction Box inside the
Ceiling or if not possible below the Ceiling against wall.
Access Control Box/Junction Box must be installed on the inside/safe side of the door or
building to prevent tampering.
An Access Hatch of 600mm x 600mm must be provided to gain access to Access Control
Box/Junction Box for maintenance purposes if to be installed inside ceiling space.
The location or height of Access Control Box/Junction Box or Access Hatch must not be lower
than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or higher than 2.4 meters (two point four meters)
from ground level.
A Network Point must be installed for each Access Controlled Door inside or next to Access
Control Box/Junction Box and must not be lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or
higher than 2.4 meters (two point four meters) from ground level. Type of communication is
dependent on user activity or volumes at the access controlled door. If volumes are high we
will use RS485 communication but the Network Point must still be installed for future use.
A 220V AC dedicated/red Plug Point must be installed for each Access Controlled Door that
uses a Magnetic Lock or other type of 12V DC lock or AC/DC Motor. The Plug Point must be
installed inside or next to the Access Control Box/Junction Box/Access Control Hatch and
must not be lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or higher than 2.4 meters (two
point four meters) from ground level.
25mm PVC Conduit or other route next to the top of the fixed post hosting the Magnetic
Lock must be provided for the Magnetic Locks Cables to Access Control Box/Junction Box.
25mm PVC Conduit route must be provided for both inside card reader and outside card
reader to Access Control Box/Junction Box.
25mm PVC Conduit route must be installed at height 0.9 meters from ground for all Card
Readers and Break Glass / Call Point Units.
Break Glass Unit will use the same 25mm Conduit route as the inside card reader or its own.
Must be mounted next to reader on right hand side or below reader at 0.9 meters. For
specific Access Controlled doors we will ask for the Break Glass unit to be installed further
away from door to prevent tampering and unauthorized access from outside.
All Doors must be fitted with a Door Closer.
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Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
Sliding Doors 1.4.1
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1.5 Turnstiles
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
needed.
Each indoor Turnstile in Hostels or Academic buildings must have a battery backup system
for power failures that must last 4 hours or more if the Hostel or building does not already
have a full power backup system or generator. The battery backup system must be provided
by installer upon installation.
A Network Point must be installed for each Access Controlled Door inside or next to Access
Control Box/Junction Box and must not be lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters) or
higher than 2.4 meters (two point four meters) from ground level. Type of communication is
dependent on user activity or volumes at the access controlled door. If volumes are high we
will use RS485 communication but the Network Point must still be installed for future use.
Card / Proximity reader mounting bracket and route for cables to turnstile roof at turnstile
Control Board or to Access Control Box/Junction Box must be provided for outside and inside
access control readers by Turnstile Installer/Contractor.
Door Controller for turnstile must also be installed inside roof of turnstile at turnstile Control
Board or inside Access Control Box/Junction Box if there is no space in turnstiles roof.
220V AC Power Point must be installed for Door Controller inside roof of turnstile at turnstile
Control Board or Access Control Box/Junction Box if there is no space in turnstile roof by
Turnstile Installer/Contractor.
220V AC Supply to Power up Turnstile must be provided by Turnstile Installer/Contractor.
Turnstile or turnstile Control Board must have a build in Fail Safe functionality. If there is a
power failure then the turnstile must be able to turn freely in all directions. An input must
also be provided for an Emergency trigger from our Green Call Point/Break Glass unit which
will enable turnstile to turn freely in all directions.
Trigger cables must be provided for Door Controller from turnstile Control Board for both in
and out rotation to Door Controller or Access Control Box/Junction Box if there is no space in
turnstile roof.
Cable Routes for Entry and Exit Proximity Card Readers must be provided on turnstile by
turnstile contractor or installer to Access Control Box/Junction Box from each Proximity Card
Reader position. Please check with University of Stellenbosch Access Control Project
Coordinator for positions before drilling holes.
Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
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Turnstiles 1.5.1
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1.6 Vehicle, Pedestrian and Bicycle Shed Motorised Gates
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
needed.
Our preferred Gate Motor type is Centurion or ET motors and the model is dependent on the
weight of the gate as well as user activity or volumes.
All Gates must have a capping or U Bracket system at the top and a pin or bolt that keeps
gate in place when closed or when moving to prevent tampering, lifting or moving of gate
when not activated by the access control system.
An Access Control Box/Junction Box is required for hardware and Network Point. The
Network Point must be mounted inside the Access Control Box/Junction Box. Type of
communication is dependent on user activity or volumes. If volumes are high we will use
RS485 communication but the Network Point must still be installed for future use.
A Card / Proximity reader mounting bracket or 4 x 2 Box must be installed against the gates
frame on both sides for in and out or 2 x Goosenecks . A route for cabling must be provided
by Electrical Contractor to Access Control Box/Junction Box. Please check with University of
Stellenbosch Access Control Project Coordinator for positions before drilling holes.
Door Controller for turnstile must also be installed inside Access Control Box/Junction Box.
220V AC Power Point must be installed for Door Controller inside Access Control
Box/Junction Box by Electrical Contractor.
220V AC Supply to Power the Gate Motor must be provided by Motor Installer/Contractor.
Route for Trigger cable from the Gate Motor to Access Control Box/Junction Box must be
provided for Door Controller to trigger the Gate Motor.
Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
Motorised Gates 1.6.1
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Motorised Gates 1.6.2
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1.7 Wheelchair Accessible Motorised Doors
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
needed.
All wheelchair accessible doors must have a motorised Swing Door Operator installed.
Our preferred type Swing Door Operator is Dorma as it is robust and made according to
weight of the door.
The Swing Door Operator must be Failsafe for emergency escape.
The Swing Door Operator must be tamper free from outside and not be able to be forced
open. If not possible then a Magnetic Lock must be installed on the door as well.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
Preferred Dorma Models :
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DORMA ED 250 SWING DOOR OPERATOR
Swing door operator in modular design for doors with a maximum width of 1600 mm and a
weight of up to 250 kg
With the ED 250 swing door operator DORMA offers an electromechanical swing door
operator for various fields of application. The operator may be installed as a push version with
standard arm assembly and as a pull version with slide channel.
DORMA ED 100 SWING DOOR OPERATOR
Swing door operator in modular design for doors with a maximum width of 1100 mm and a
weight of up to 100 kg
With the ED 100 swing door operator DORMA offers an electromechanical swing door
operator for various fields of application. The operator may be installed as a push version with
a standard arm assembly or as a pull version with slide channel.
Motorised Wheelchair Accessible Doors 1.7.1
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1.8 Drawers, Safes, Cabinets and Lockers
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Salto range of offline locks must be used for drawers, safes, cabinets and lockers.
Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
1.9 Vehicle Boom Gates
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Please provide MAC Address of device, position/location as well as other needed details to
US/TAS Project Coordinator/Manager before installation to register for an IP Address if
needed.
Stellenbosch University’s preferred Boom Gate Systems are the red and white type
manufactured Traffic Barrier/Boom. Please see existing red and white booms on campus if
not sure for specifications as well as get specifications from Stellenbosch Facilities
Management.
Installation must be done according to manufacturer specifications unless otherwise
instructed by US/TAS according their standards.
Boom Door Controller must be installed inside Dust and Waterproof Junction Box inside the
Boom. If there is no space inside the Boom for the Door Controller then a separate kiosk or
U10 Box mounted against a wall must be provided by contractor for TAS Access Control
harware, PowerPoint and Network Point.
A Network Point must be installed for each single or double Access Controlled Boom Gate
inside or next to Access Control Box/Junction Box. Type of communication is dependent on
user activity or volumes at the Boom Gate. If volumes are high we will use RS485
communication but the Network Point must still be installed for future use.
System Controller must be installed in LAN/IT Network room of the nearest building if
necessary.
All wiring must be clearly marked on Boom Access Controller side for maintenance purposes.
Fixed Addresses and Description of Boom Access Controller needs to be provided by
Contractor to US/TAS who will do the necessary configuration on the software.
Perform all Work as indicated in the Drawings and Specifications.
Contractor shall provide a Hardware and Labour guarantee on all Work.
Contractor guarantee shall cover all costs associated with troubleshooting, repair, and
replacement of defective Work, including costs of labour, transportation, lodging, materials,
and equipment.
All wires and connections to hardware must be terminated with ferrules.
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Shielding or Drain/Wire.
Sample Drawings, Pictures and Diagrams are provided below on document.
Please see Hardware Specifications provided below for Impro (2.2) or Salto (3.2)
Installations.
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Boom Gates 1.9.1
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1.10 IP Cameras and IP Intercoms
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A POE (Power Over Ethernet) Network Point must be installed for each IP Camera or IP
Intercom.
POE Network Point must be installed below ceiling in a 4 x 4 PVC enclosure box not higher
than 2.4 meters (two point four meters) or lower than 2.2 meters (two point two meters)
from ground level.
University of Stellenbosch IP Camera type/manufacturer is AXIS IP Cameras.
University of Stellenbosch IP Intercom type/manufacturer is 2N Helios IP Intercoms.
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Models of Axis Cameras or 2N Helios Intercoms must be confirmed with University of
Stellenbosch Access Control Project Coordinator as they change continually.
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After or while IP Camera is being installed a snapshot/picture of where the camera is viewing
must be send to University of Stellenbosch Camera Project Coordinator to check whether
they are happy with the view and that it is actually focusing on the area that it is supposed
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MAC Addresses of each camera as well as a description of where it is installed or its position
must be sent to the University of Stellenbosch Camera Project Coordinator.
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IP Intercom must be installed at 1.47 meters (one comma four seven meters) from the
ground and not lower than that for non-paraplegic entrances. That means the distance from
ground to bottom of the intercom must be 1.47 meters.
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MAC Addresses of each intercom as well as a description of where it is installed or its
position must be sent to the University of Stellenbosch Camera Project Coordinator.
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Provide Impro IXP400 access control for 13.56 MHz Mifare proximity cards.
Install and provide labour for access control.
The Client University of Stellenbosch IT TAS will be referred to from here on as
“SU/TAS”.
The Contractor will be referred to from here on as Contractor/Contractor’s.
2.1 General Project and Site Conditions
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Power: Electrical plug point will be provided by Main Contractor.
Network Point: Network Point will be provided by Main Contractor.
Dust Control: Make provisions to control all dust, dirt, and foreign material
caused by performance of work.
All products shall be new and unused, and shall be of manufacturer’s current and
standard production.
Where two or more Hardware items of the same kind are provided, all shall be
identical and provided by the same manufacturer.
Drawings and Specifications indicate major system components, and may not
show every component, connector, module, or accessory that may be required to
support the operation specified. Contractor shall provide all components needed
for complete and satisfactory operation unless it is a component provided by
US/TAS.
Contractor, prior to submitting a proposal/quote, shall determine product
availability and delivery time, and shall include such considerations into his
proposed Quotation as an add-on document.
Contractor shall clean on a daily basis as work progresses, all dirt, dust and debris
caused by operations to the satisfaction of on-site representative or project
manager.
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2.2 Hardware Specifications for all Impro Installations
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System Controller
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ImproX IXP400i Ethernet Advanced Controller ECII.
( Pro. No. : XEC900-1-0-GB ).
Door Controller
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Impro iTRT ( Pro. No. : XRT920-0-0-GB-07 ) IP Based.
Card Reader
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Impro (Pro. No. : Impro MDR901-5-0-GB Multi Discipline Reader - W 45mm x
L 95mm x D 20mm).
Power Supply
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Powermax 12V 3Amps Switch Mode Power Supply - L 200mm x W 200mm x
D 90mm ( Model No: S042 BF1380 300 ).
Battery (Backup)
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12V 9aH CSB Deep Cycle Battery for all access controlled doors accept for
Boom Gates.
Surge Protector
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Wattronics surge protector which can be supplied by US/TAS at a cost to
Project must be installed with all 12 Volt Power Supply units.
Call Point/Breakglass
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Green DMN702G combo - W 90mm x L 90mm x D 55mm. No other model to
be used. US/TAS can supply at a cost to project.
Junction Boxes
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ABB – UT10 - W 410mm x L 410mm x D 165mm for Door Controller and
Power Supply if installed inside ceiling or outside.
Securi Prod IP55 or similar – W 140mm x L 190mm x D 70mm must be used
to host Impro iTRT Door Controller for all installations.
Push to Exit Buttons
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ZB4 BA2 (088746) and ZB4 BZ101 (088937) combo if mounted on Junction
Box with iTRT inside. Please check with SU/TAS for latest model.
SW104 if surface mounted on Walls or any other flat surface.
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US/TAS can also provide you with the push to exit buttons at a cost to
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Key Switch/Override Switch
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All access controlled doors including offices must have a Key Switch installed
on the outside of the door.
If there is more than 1 door that leads to the same room/area then only 1 of
the doors needs a Key Switch.
All Key Switches must follow a pattern/order from 1 direction of the building
so that if there is a power failure you will be able to get into all rooms from
one direction/side. Please check with SU/TAS if unclear or uncertain.
Main entrance doors of building must be Double Pole “KB3 ON-OFF Switch in
Slimline Box”. Screw heads need to be drilled in the form of a hollow half
circle afterwards to prevent tamper or screw driver use.
Inside doors must be Double Pole “KS36 ON-OFF Keyswitch”.
Cabling
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Grey Mylar Cable 2 Pair Shielded, Screened with 0.22 mm core size (Red,
Blue, Yellow and Green) must be used for all connections accept for Card
Reader and 12V Power Supply to Door Controller. Cable Wiring must be
shielded inside to prevent cross talk and noise from interfering.
Grey Mylar Cable 4 Pair Shielded, Screened with 0.22 mm core size (Red,
Blue, Yellow, Green, Brown, Orange/Purple, Black and White) must be used
for Card Reader connections. Cable Wiring must be shielded inside to
prevent cross talk and noise from interfering.
Where connections run in underground piping or tubing on the outside of
buildings a Waterproof type 2 or 4 pair Mylar cable must be used with same
colour scheme as above 2 and 4 pair cabling specifications. Cable Wiring
must be shielded inside to prevent cross talk and noise from interfering.
White Cabtyre cabling must be used for 12 Volt power supply to Door
Controller connections.
Very Important: Please no flex wire or any other type of cabling to be
used. You will be asked to redo the cabling that do not conform to above
cabling specifications.
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2.3 Installation Notes
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Installation must be done according to manufacturer specifications unless
otherwise instructed by US/TAS according their standards.
Door Controller must be installed inside Dust and Waterproof Junction Box.
Door Controller inside Junction Box, Power Supply and Surge Protector must be
installed in the roof near the door if provision is made or out of eyesight where
possible to prevent tamper. The location must be approved by US/TAS
Installation Coordinator or Project Manager prior to installation.
System Controller must be installed in LAN/IT Network room of the building.
The placing of surface mounted trunking/conduit on the interior and exterior of
any building must be approved by US/TAS Installation Coordinator or Project
Manager prior to installation.
Readers, Green Emergency Exit Break Glass (Call point), Key Switches and Push to
Exit Buttons must be flush mounted against walls with no visible wiring or
trunking where possible.
Access Readers, Green Emergency Exit Break Gglass (Call point), and Push to Exit
Buttons must be mounted 0,9 metres from/above the ground for Paraplegic
Doors and 1.2 metres for Turnstiles.
Green Emergency Exit Break Glass (Call point) and Push to Exit Buttons must be
mounted near or next to the door visible to users but not accessible from
entrance/outside of door with a stick or other objects to gain entry.
All wiring must be clearly marked with Brother Black on Yellow or Black on
White Tape on Door Controller side for maintenance purposes. You will be asked
to come back and do/redo if not done properly.
Fixed Addresses and Description of Door Controllers needs to be provided by
Contractor to US/TAS who will do the necessary configuration on the software.
Perform all Work as indicated in the Drawings and Specifications.
Contractor shall provide a Hardware and Labour guarantee on all Work.
Contractor guarantee shall cover all costs associated with troubleshooting, repair,
and replacement of defective work, including costs of labour, transportation,
lodging, materials, and equipment.
All wires and connections to hardware must be terminated with ferrules.
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Very Important: Only use wires with colour coded sleeves for wiring and do
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not use the Foil Shielding or Drain Wire of the cable for any connections.
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2.4 Quality Assurance
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The Installer or technician doing the installation must be certified as an Impro,
Salto, Axis or N2 Hellios installer and must provide prove before commencement
or acceptance of project or tender. Installer or Technicians must provide/present
proof at any time on the installation site when asked to by US/TAS Coordinator or
Project Manager.
If the Contracting Company or its technicians or subcontractors are not certified
they will not be allowed to tender or do any of US/TAS access control, camera or
intercom installations.
If the Contracting Company is certified to install any of US/TAS Hardware it does
not mean that the technician or subcontractor’s technician must not be certified.
If the technicians are not certified they will be stopped and prevented from doing
any further installations until certified by the manufacturer or affiliates to install
their specific hardware products.
Quality Assurance must be done by Contractor after each individual installation.
Contractor must at all times take care in doing work neatly and comply with the
highest industry standards.
2.5 Commissioning
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After all Work is completed, and prior to requesting the Acceptance test,
Contractor shall conduct a final inspection, and pre-test all equipment and system
features. Contractor shall correct any deficiencies discovered as the result of the
inspection and pre-test.
Quality Assurance check and inspection will be done separately or in
collaboration with Contractor by US/TAS Installation Coordinator.
Any portions of the Work found to be deficient or not in compliance with the
Project and Specifications will be rejected. Contractor will be asked to redo the
deficient and non-compliant part of the work.
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University of Stellenbosch
[3] Access Control Installation and Hardware Specifications (Salto)
Summary
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Provide Salto access control for 13.56 MHz Mifare proximity cards.
Install and provide labour for access control.
The Client University of Stellenbosch IT TAS will be referred to from here on as
“SU/TAS”.
The Contractor will be referred to from here on as Contractor/Contractor’s.
3.1 General Project and Site Conditions
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Power: Electrical 220 AC plug point will be provided by Main Contractor. Must be
against the roof or inside ceiling space with trap door to avoid tampering.
Network Point: Network Point will be provided by Main Contractor. Must be next
to 220 AC plug point against the roof or inside ceiling space with trap door to
avoid tampering.
Dust Control: Make provisions to control all dust, dirt, and foreign material
caused by performance of work.
All products shall be new and unused, and shall be of manufacturer’s current and
standard production.
Where two or more Hardware items of the same kind are provided, all shall be
identical and provided by the same manufacturer.
Drawings and Specifications indicate major system components, and may not
show every component, connector, module, or accessory that may be required to
support the operation specified. Contractor shall provide all components needed
for complete and satisfactory operation unless it is a component provided by
US/TAS.
Contractor, prior to submitting a proposal/quote, shall determine product
availability and delivery time, and shall include such considerations into his
proposed Quotation as an add-on document.
Contractor shall clean on a daily basis as work progresses, all dirt, dust and debris
caused by operations to the satisfaction of on-site representative or project
manager.
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3.2 Hardware Specifications for Salto Door Controller Installations
3.2.1
System Controller Online
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SALTO Read-Write on-line control unit with SALTO Virtual Network
capabilities. In & out reader options. 2 Relay outputs and IP connection.
Card Reader
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SALTO Modular Wall Reader Proximity DESfire/Mifare (WRM9001 - W 82mm
x L 82mm x D 35mm).
Power Supply
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Powermax 12V 3Amps Switch Mode Power Supply - L 200mm x W 200mm x
D 90mm ( Model No: S042 BF1380 300 ).
Battery (Backup)
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12V 7aH Battery for all doors with Magnetic Locks.
Surge Protector
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Wattronics surge protector which can be supplied by US/TAS at cost to
project.
Call Point/Breakglass
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Green DMN702G combo - W 90mm x L 90mm x D 55mm.
Push to Exit Buttons
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ZB4 BA2 (088746) and ZB4 BZ101 (088937) combo if mounted on a Junction
Box with space inside.
SW104 if surface mounted on Walls or any other flat surface.
US/TAS can also provide you with the push to exit buttons.
Key Switch/Override Switch
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All access controlled doors including offices must have a Key Switch installed
on the outside of door.
If there is more than 1 door that leads to the same room/area then only 1 of
the doors needs a Key Switch.
All Key Switches must follow a pattern/order from 1 direction of the building
so that if there is a power failure you will be able to get into all rooms from
one direction/side. Please check with SU/TAS if unclear or uncertain.
Main entrance doors of building must be Double Pole “KB3 ON-OFF Switch in
Slimline Box”. Screw heads need to be drilled in the form of a hollow half
circle afterwards to prevent tamper or screw driver use.
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3.2.9
Inside doors must be Double Pole “KS36 ON-OFF Keyswitch”.
Main entrance doors of building must be Double Pole “KB3 ON-OFF Switch in
Slimline Box”.
Inside doors must be Double Pole “KS36 ON-OFF Keyswitch”.
US/TAS can also provide you with the push to exit buttons at cost to project.
Magnetic Lock:
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Elock LK126 360 Kg 12 V for Timber Doors.
SEP 300/38M 12V Slimline for Single Aluminium Doors if recessed into
stationary panel of door.
Elock LK118 350 Kg 12 V for Double Aluminium Doors if recessed specifically
where Clip 44 Shop Front system will be used. Magnetic lock on inactive leaf
and Armature plate of Magnetic lock on active leaf.
Mortise Locks for SALTO Escutcheon Door Lock
3.2.10
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Cisa 44620 Dead-bolt and latch for Aluminium Doors.
Cisa 55250 Dead-bolt and latch for Wooden Doors.
3.3 Installation Notes
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Installation must be done according to manufacturer specifications unless
otherwise instructed by US/TAS according their standards.
Door Controller must be installed inside Dust and Waterproof Junction Box.
Door Controller inside Junction Box, Power Supply and Surge Protector must be
installed in the roof near the door if provision is made or out of eyesight where
possible to prevent tamper. The location must be approved by US/TAS
Installation Coordinator or Project Manager prior to installation.
System Controller must be installed in LAN/IT Network room of the building.
The placing of surface mounted trunking/conduit on the interior and exterior of
any building must be approved by US/TAS Installation Coordinator or Project
Manager prior to installation.
Readers, Green Emergency Exit Break Glass (Call point), Key Switches and Push to
Exit Buttons must be flush mounted against walls with no visible wiring or
trunking where possible.
Access Readers, Green Emergency Exit Break Gglass (Call point), and Push to Exit
Buttons must be mounted 0,9 metres from/above the ground for Paraplegic
Doors and 1.2 metres for Turnstiles.
Green Emergency Exit Break Glass (Call point) and Push to Exit Buttons must be
mounted near or next to the door visible to users but not accessible from
entrance/outside of door with a stick or other objects to gain entry.
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All wiring must be clearly marked with Brother Black on Yellow or Black on
White Tape on Door Controller side for maintenance purposes. You will be asked
to come back and do/redo if not done properly.
Fixed Addresses and Description of Door Controllers needs to be provided by
Contractor to US/TAS who will do the necessary configuration on the software.
Perform all Work as indicated in the Drawings and Specifications.
Contractor shall provide a Hardware and Labour guarantee on all Work.
Contractor guarantee shall cover all costs associated with troubleshooting, repair,
and replacement of defective work, including costs of labour, transportation,
lodging, materials, and equipment.
All wires and connections to hardware must be terminated with ferrules.
•
Very Important: Only use wires with colour coded sleeves for wiring and do
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not use the Foil Shielding or Drain Wire of the cable for any connections.
3.4 Quality Assurance
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The Installer or technician doing the installation must be certified as an Impro,
Salto, Axis or N2 Hellios installer and must provide prove before commencement
or acceptance of project or tender. Installer or Technicians must provide/present
proof at any time on the installation site when asked to by US/TAS Coordinator or
Project Manager.
If the Contracting Company or its technicians or subcontractors are not certified
they will not be allowed to tender or do any of US/TAS access control, camera or
intercom installations.
If the Contracting Company is certified to install any of US/TAS Hardware it does
not mean that the technician or subcontractor’s technician must not be certified.
If the technicians are not certified they will be stopped and prevented from doing
any further installations until certified by the manufacturer or affiliates to install
their specific hardware products.
Quality Assurance must be done by Contractor after each individual installation.
Contractor must at all times take care in doing work neatly and comply with the
highest industry standards.
3.5 Commissioning
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After all Work is completed, and prior to requesting the Acceptance test,
Contractor shall conduct a final inspection, and pre-test all equipment and system
features. Contractor shall correct any deficiencies discovered as the result of the
inspection and pre-test.
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Quality Assurance check and inspection will be done separately or in
collaboration with Contractor by US/TAS Installation Coordinator.
Any portions of the Work found to be deficient or not in compliance with the
Project and Specifications will be rejected. Contractor will be asked to redo the
deficient and non-compliant part of the work.
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[4] Access Control Technical Diagrams
4.1 Impro Door Controller Diagrams
(Diagram 4.1.1)
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(Diagram 4.1.2)
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(Diagram 4.1.3)
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(Diagram 4.1.4)
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4.2 Cable Marking
Impro or Salto System Door Controller
Cable Marking Convention
RDR1 - Remote 1 Reader
RDR2 - Remote 2 Reader
MLOCK – Magnetic Lock
PBUTTON – Push Button
BGLASS – Break Glass
12V – Power Supply 12 Volt
Override Key – Key/ Override Switch
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4.3 Installation Component List
Stellenbosch University
Access Control Installation Component List (Impro System)
Building/Department: _________________________________________________________
Access Control Door Name/Number: _____________________________________________
Hardware Components
Total
Units
ImproX IXP400i ECII Controller (XEC900-1-0-GB)
Impro iTRT (XRT920-0-0-GB-07) Ethernet
Impro iTRT (XRT910-0-0-GB-07) RS485
Impro Multi Discipline Reader (MDR901-5-0-GB-12)
Yellow Breakglass/Call Point Unit (DMN787Y and DMN700Y) Combo Stellenbosch Campus Only
Relay (HRM1H-S-DC12V 5Amps 2/Dual Pole) Inside Breakglass/Call Point Unit
Powermax 12V 3Amps Switch Mode Power Supply ( Model No: S042 BF1380 300 )
Battery Backup (12V 7aH Battery) for doors with Maglocks
Surge Protector Wattronics (Provided By Stellenbosch University IT/TAS)
Push to Exit Button (ZB4 BA2 {088746} and ZB4 BZ101 {088937}) if mounted on junction Box
Push to Exit Button (Impro PT-PB003, PT-PB005 or PT-SW165) if surface or wall mounted
Key/Overide Switch (KB3 ON-OFF Switch in Slimline Box) for Main Entrance Door to Building
Key/Overide Switch (KS36 ON-OFF Keyswitch Double Pole) for all doors inside Building
Magnetic Lock (LK57 12V Timber Doors or LK56 12V Slimline Aluminium Doors)
Junction Box (IP55 190mm x 140mm x 70mm)
Comments/Notes:
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4.4 Salto Door Controller and Reader Diagrams
Reader Connection Diagram 4.4.1
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Salto Door Controller Wiring Diagram 4.4.2
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Salto Wall Reader LED Lights for Online SVN Controller 4.4.3
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4.5 Salto Access Control Range
Salto Wide Escutcheon XS4-60 Model: E9650 for Timber Doors
Salto Narrow Escutcheon XS4-40 Model: E9450 for Timber Doors
Salto Double Reader Escutcheon XS4 Model
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Salto Eschutcheon Finishes
Salto Geo Cam Lock Cylinder for Drawers
Salto Geo European Profile Cylinder with thumb turn
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Salto Geo European Profile Half Cylinder
Salto Geo European Profile Double Cylinder
Salto Geo Electronic Padlock 48mm or 58mm
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Salto Geo Cylinder for swing handle on server racks (DIRAK, EMKE and others)
Salto Advanced panic bar solutions
Salto XS4 panic bar PBE9000
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Salto XS4 Glass door lock DIN 18101
Salto XS4 Glass door locks
Salto XS4 Locker Lock
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