general technical specification for closed circuit television network

AC/3
GENERAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION
NETWORK
AND CONTROLLED ACCESS
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS OF MATERIALS
1.0
CLOSED CIRCIUT TELEVISION NETWORK
1.11 Introduction
Closed Circuit Television Network and Access Control have become part of Building management
System. They play a very crucial part in maintaining security of any installation. You will find these
systems used in shopping malls, banks, conference facilities, and institutions of learning and even
privately owned residential buildings.
Closed circuit Television network is normally used for surveillance of areas of interest by the user to
record incidents that are likely to occur in those areas in real time and take action immediately or
record them for play back later to help make decisions on steps to be taken.
1.12 Access control is equally important in building management. It is commonly used in office set up to
monitor the employee’s movements. The system can also be used in high security installations like
laboratories, banks, airports etc. This system greatly reduces incidences of theft in many
organizations.
It is important that when specifying services for any new buildings, this two services are incorporated
to take care of the security of the building.
1.2
Extent of works or Security Surveillance System
When specifying security surveillance system, the Engineers is required to consider the
following.Fixed Digital Signal Processing Camera. The cameras specified should be able to cover the
distance with clear pictures. Consider whether there shall be need to support the fixed digital cameras
with the Pan, Tilt and Zoom Cameras or not. Highly sensitive areas should be covered with more
cameras able to take pictures of any person coming in both from the front and the rear. The resolution
of the cameras should be able to give motion pictures that are clear.
Color TV Monitors. The color monitors must be of high resolution and preferably of plasma screen.
The size of the monitor should be big enough to allow the operators make correct deductions both in
real time operation and during playbacks.
Color Digital Video Recording multiplexer. The recording multiplexer
resolution has to equally high for the monitor to display the with a high resolution.
The Digital Surveillance system should be able to support the following
● Digital based recording system with motion detection.
● Support analogue cameras through video server’s adapters
●Digital zooming into recorded images
●Multi-level password protection and logging facilities
●Integrates with access control, burglar control, burglar alarms and
Fire alarm system and other building management systems as may be specified by the
engineer.
●Image compression for remote web live and playback viewing incase of IP.
●Multi display monitors
●Automatic daily archiving to hard drive or optical drive.
●Fully adjustable digital video motion detection withexclusion /inclusion multi regions per
camera.
●Efficient video collection, storage and retrieval.
●Advanced and instant search capability
●Digitally signed recordings, with audit trails of all operator actions and system event.
● Storage capacity of the Digital Video Recorder. At least one Terabyte DVR space to
provide back up and redundancy
● Infra red illuminators in poor lighting conditions
● Able to interface with other systems on the ground
● Support various alarm and subnet options including VSAT, IP, GSM/GPRS and Radio.
1.3 MINIMUM ALLOWABLE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CLOSED CIRCUIT
COLOUR TELEVISION SYSTEM.
1.3.1GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CAMERAS
The cameras are classified into two main types
a) Static cameras – these cameras have a fixed area of view depending on its angle of view and the focal
length of the lens used. They can be used in door are outdoor depending on the requirements. When used out
door, the cameras are housed in a weather proof housing of IP66. Those used indoor come with different
shapes of housings. The ex view housings are used for cameras covering long distances like corridors and the
dome housings are used for common areas like lobbies, security desks etc.
b) Pan Tilt and Zoom Cameras
These cameras are only used to support the static cameras. They are useful as they are able to pan 180
degrees, tilt over 90 degrees and zoom into an object for upto 26 times and above. They are able to cover a
distance of up to 1 Kilometer.
The cameras shall be indoor type and out door type for 240V main supply and operating according to the
CCIR standard with 480 lines, 50Hz field frequency.
The camera shall be fixed on sliding rail track on the ceiling slab or walls as directed by the Electrical
Engineer with an appropriate bracket.
It shall be possible to control the lens and the pan only head remote via a remote control box at the control
room.
They shall be linked to the Television Monitors and the Control Equipment through a high power.
video link, antennas and coaxial low loss multistride RG 59U cable or CAT 6 E cables as appropriate and
according to the project Engineers instructions.
The mounting height and position of cameras shall be such that the desired coverage shall be achieved as
distinctly as possible. The digital signal processing (DSP) camera shall be aesthetically styled. The DSP chip
will enable advanced video processing and manipulation to be carried out in the camera head. The camera
shall be capable of operating at all times, i.e. 24hours a day
1.3
minimum requirements for Indoor Fixed Dome type camera
Lens sensor
1/3’’ CMOS
Lens focal length
3.6- F 1.8
Compression
H.264 MPEG
Maximum Frame rate
at maximum
resolution
Horizontal viewing
angle
IR LED
15fps @2048x1536
Yes
Minimum Illumination
WDR
0 Lux
Basic WDR
Power Source
PoE Class 2
Ethernet Port
1,Ethernet(10/100 Base-T),RJ-45 connector
72o
1.5 Minimum requirements for outdoor IP 66 Varifocal Bullet type camera
Lens sensor
1/3’’ CMOS
Lens focal length
Varifocal f3.3-12mm/ F 1.6
Compression
H.264 MPEG
Maximum Frame rate
at maximum
resolution
Horizontal viewing
angle
IR LED
18fps @1280x1024
Yes
Minimum Illumination
WDR
0 Lux
Basic WDR
Power Source
PoE Class 2
Ethernet Port
1,Ethernet(10/100 Base-T),RJ-45 connector
64.7o
1.6 Minimum requirements for outdoor IP 66 PTZ Camera
Lens sensor
1/4’’ CCD
Lens focal length
Zoom f4.7-84.6mm/ F 1.6
Day and Night
Function
Dual Streaming
Enabled
Wide Dynamic range
yes
Optical Zoom
X18
Panning range
350o
Panning speed
400o/sec
Tilting speed
400o/sec
Compression
H.264 MPEG
Maximum Frame rate
at maximum
resolution
Horizontal viewing
angle
Minimum Illumination
15fps @1920x1080
Power Source
High PoE Class
Ethernet Port
1,Ethernet(10/100 Base-T),RJ-45 connector
yes
Yes
60o
0.05 Lux
1.7 Mounting Brackets
The Brackets shall:
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Be suitable for wall or ceiling mounting of a single camera.
Be at least 5.5"length
Have an auto lock facility.
1.8 Camera Housing
The camera housing shall:
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Be IP66 rated with integral cable management.
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Be Weatherproof and constructed from aluminium with epoxy coating.
1.9 VIDEO DISPLAY MONITORS
The monitor should be capable of providing high levels of picture quality, visible at low brightness and
reliability stable synchronization, black level clamping, low sensitivity and high stability.
The monitors shall be high performance color video monitors for monitoring scenes from the above cameras
and viewing playback scenes from the video cassette recorders. The monitors shall be located at places to be
shown on site by the project manager.
The monitor shall give stable and interference free pictures of scenes being viewed. It shall also conform to
the following specifications:
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Color system
Screen size
Resolution
Video input signal
Power consumption
Power input
: PAL
: 42”
: Minimum of 550 TV Lines
: 1.0 V pk-pk
: Not more than 75W
: 240V 50HZ
The unit will be dual standard and be capable of using audio and SVHS in. Full loop through connectors to be
provided and monitor to have a metal enclosure for reduced RF interference.
2.0
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
The main components of an access control system are:
a) Intelligent System Controller and Server
b) The proximity card reader
c) The proximity cards
d) The magnetic locks
2.1
THE INTELLIGENT SYSTEM CONTROLLER
The controller shall have a built in power supply, with a battery backup facility and sufficient power to
drive the number of doors with access control. The control shall be able to provide time zoning,
extensive door monitoring, logging of all events and hardware alarms – output. User’s parameters shall
be done locally in the stand alone via a portable and easy to use compact programme using the English
Languages Software.The controller should be able to use the proximity cards or the magnetically
encoded keys as identifiers as specified by the engineer.It shall have the following features
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Bi- processor Central Processing Unit
With lead battery back up with four ( 4 hrs) hours autonomy incase of network
failure.Autonomous clock/calendar chip with automatic
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Management of regular/daylight saving time with Autonomy of one hour.
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Management of peer to peer connection with other servers and as a consequence a
high decision making capability and full operative autonomy.
Antipass back function
Network connection via Ethernet port
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D/5
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Up to 200,000 transactions stored on a removable cartridge with a flash EPROM
memory.
The server as specified by the Engineer should be able to store the transactions for a minimum of two months.
The speed of the server to be such that the programming and communication between the card readers and
other interface units is fast.
2.2 PIN AND PROXIMITY CARD READER
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Be Bi-directional and meets requirements for MIFARE, ISO14443 Type A Smart cards .
Have Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters
each, for the visualization of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages.
Should have 2 multicolor LED: Green for the access granted, Red for invalid transaction,
Yellow for Echelon Service function.
Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions.
Networ communication via ethernet
Lon Works cabling Interface should be done using unshielded twisted pair cable in free
topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)
Meets IP31 level of protection
It should be able rated to operate within 0ºC ÷ +50ºC temperature range
It should be rated to operate up to a relative humidity 95% without condensation or as
otherwise specified by the engineer for special cases.
Must meet all laid down international Electromagnetic Compatibility standards
2.3 PROXIMITY CARDS
The cards shall be of a type that can accommodate a customer logo, photographs and text should they
be required and they shall have a high coercively magnetic strip.
2.4 MAGNETIC DOOR CONTACTS
They shall be of the magnetic reed switch and with appropriate magnet able to handle at least a
minimum of 200KN and also of the normally open type
1.12 CABLES AND CONNNECTIORS
All the cabling shall be carried out in conduits or trunking. Basically cables carrying video signal between
cameras and TV monitoring via video control multiplexer equipment shall be low loss cables e.g CAT 6E
with appropriate cable connectors.
The positions for connectors and the equipments shall be directed and identified by the engineer on site.
2
ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
The main components of an access control system are:
e) Intelligent System Controller and Server
f) The Biometric reader
g) The proximity cards
h) The electric strike
2.1
THE INTELLIGENT SYSTEM CONTROLLER
The controller is the main item for control access system, when specifying, the engineer has to adhere
to the following.
The controller shall have a built in power supply, with a battery back up facility and sufficient power
to drive the number of doors with access control.
The panel shall provide real time monitoring of the access door status, user access status and
alarm using the management software
Alert when door opening time exceeds and Forced door open
The panel shall allow integration with security system and building automation system (BAS)
The system shall allow remote monitoring via multisite software.
The controller should be able to use the user’s fingerprint as the main identifier as well as proximity
cards or magnetically encoded keys as backup identifiers as specified by the engineer.
It shall have the following specifications:
1.
Memory:
128MB program and data storage
2.
Power:
POE
3.
Communication:
RS232, RS485 and Ethernet
4.
Functions:
Arm and disarm and anti pass
back
The server as specified by the Engineer should be able to store the transactions for a minimum of two
months.
The speed of the server to be such that the programming and communication between the card readers
and other interface units is fast.
2.2 BIOMETRIC AND PROXIMITY CARD READER
The reader shall have the following specifications:
1. Capacity:
4,000 users
2.
Power
POE
3.
Finger print template size:
800Kb c/w Built in optical
finger print module
4.
Mount Type:
Wall
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LED indicators:
Red for access denied, Green
for access granted and Yellow
for stand by
6.
Program Memory:
128Kb
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Data Memory:
512Kb
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Communication Port and Media:
Ethernet via Cat 5
9.
Designed to withstand electro static discharge
10. Supervisory signal transmission for device
operation status
11. Tamper proof
12. Equipped with anti-pass back function
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The biometric readers shall be mounted 1.2 m above finished floor.
2.3 PROXIMITY CARD
The cards shall be of a type that can accommodate a customer logo, photographs and text should they
be required and they shall have a high coercively magnetic strip.
2.4 ELECTRIC STRIKE
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Mortise lock set
Fail secure
Tamper resistant
12V system voltage
Stainless Steel With At Least A Minimum Of 200KN Holding Force and >10 second response time
VEHICLE PARKING SYSTEM CONTROL
1.0 GATE BARRIERS
A. Gate construction
The gate transmission is gear driven, with no belts or chains.
A hand crank shall be included to operate the gates during the power failure.
B. Gate Arm
The gate arm shall be fabricated from aluminium and special high strength fibre glass tube. The gate
arm shall span a length of 2M.The gate arm shall be covered both sides by alternating red and white
engineering grade reflectorized sheeting. A ‘STOP’ sign shall be mounted on the gate arm.
C. Gate Housing
The gate housing shall be of galvanized steel gauge 1/2, 1/4” and 10 gauge galvanized steel to form a
strong welded unit. The housing base shall four 5/8” bolt for mounting to the foundation.
Access doors made of the same material as the housing shall be provided on each side of the main
housing to provide access to the mechanical and electrical equipments inside.
D. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Gate arm
: 2M
Barrier Opening Times : Standard - 6 seconds
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Electric motor
: Single phase
Power supply
: 240V AC 50Hz
Operating temperatures : 150-550C
Protection class
: IP 44
: Rapid
- 3 seconds
2.0 TICKET/CARD ISSUINGAND READING MACHINES
A. HOUSING
The base shall be weatherproof and constructed of heavy gauge steel not less than #14 gauge.
The ticket magazine shall be removable in order to restock the tickets.
The housing shall contain 2 separately locked compartments; the bottom base
compartment containing the tickets and issuing/reading machine controller and the top containing the
issuing mechanism.
The hood or top section of the housing shall be hinged for easy access to the mechanism and electrical
connections.
B. TICKET READING MECHANISM
The machine shall be able to read, write standard card size barcode tickets and cards for long term
card holders.
The mechanism components shall be corrosion free. The machine shall be programmed to void and
eject any ticket left in the throat of the machine.
C. CONTROLLER
The controller shall contain inputs and outputs for connection and control of peripheral equipment.
The following inputs shall be provided:
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Loop required
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Issue ticket
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Gate position (up or down)
The following outputs shall be provided:
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Raise gate
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Lower gate
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Out of service
The controller shall communicate via RS-485 with host system. The host system shall be capable of
monitoring the status of the ticket reader, remote programming and control, and setting the time and
date.
D. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Ticket
: CREDIT CARD SIZE
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Power
: SINGLE PHASE 240V AC 50Hz
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Environmental
:-15 TO 40OC
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Capacity
: 5,000 CARDS
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Protection class
: IP 24
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Applicable standards : IEC 801-1,801-2,801-3
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