intrusion detection system rev - Fresno Unified School District

FRESNO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SECTION 28 05 20 - INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM REV DATE: 01/19/11
PART 1- GENERAL
1.01
APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS:
A.
The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the extent referenced.
The publications are referred to the text by the basic designation only.
1.
2.
1.02
RELATED WORK:
A.
1.03
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Publication: 2013 California Electrical
Code (CEC).
State of California: Title 19-California Code of Regulations Title 24-Building
Standards.
Section 26 10 00 – Electrical.
SUBMITTALS AND TRAINING:
A.
All submittals shall be made in accordance with Section 01300.
B.
The Contractor shall provide two sets of system submittals and Shop Drawings for review
and approval within 35 days after date of Award of the Contract. The submission shall
consist of five major sections with each section separated with insertable index tabs. The
first section shall be the index which shall include the project title and address, name of
the firm submitting the proposal and name of the Architect/Engineer. Each page in the
submission shall be numbered chronologically and shall be summarized in the index.
The second section shall include a copy of the authorized distributor’s valid C-7 California
State Contractor’s license, letter of factory authorization and guaranteed service, list of
projects of equal scope and lists of proposed instrumentation to be used by the
Contractor. The third section shall contain the comparative Specifications listing,
including a complete listing of the characteristics of the equipment to be furnished. The
fourth section shall contain an original factory data sheet for every piece of equipment in
the Specifications. The fifth section shall contain a wiring designation schedule for each
circuit leaving each piece of equipment.
C.
Contractor System submittals and Shop Drawings shall include, but not be limited to, the
following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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A complete list of equipment and materials proposed for the system with catalog
cuts, technical data, manufacturer’s Specifications and detail drawings.
A complete set of detailed scaled drawings of all racks and cabinets with all
designations, dimensions, color, operating controls, instrument wiring and schematic
diagrams of all circuits.
The power loads of the systems shall be calculated on separate sheets and shall be
included in the submittal. Also, include a dimensional Shop Drawing of the unit
nameplate. The nameplate shall contain school name, firm address, acceptance
data and power load.
Drawings shall show interfaces to all equipment furnished or not by other contractors
identifying numbers of wires, termination requirements, voltages and other pertinent
details. Include front elevations, cabinet dimensions, types of mounting, door
barriers, catalog number of locks and finishes of terminal cabinets.
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D.
Operating and Service Manuals: As-Built Record Drawings:
1.
2.
1.04
1.05
Deliver three copies of operating and servicing manuals. Each complete manual
shall be bound in a flexible binder and all data shall be typewritten or drafted.
Each manual shall include all instructions necessary for the proper operation and
servicing of the systems and shall include complete circuit diagrams of the systems,
a wiring destination schedule for each circuit leaving the console and each rack, a
schematic diagram of all components, and replacement part numbers. Each manual
shall also include the as-built cable site plot drawing and floor plan drawings
showing all equipment, devices, cables (both underground and in each building) with
the conduit and the as-built coding used on each cable.
QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
To qualify as a bidder, the manufacturer’s representative shall hold a valid State of
California C-7 or C-10 license; shall have completed at least 10 projects of equal scope;
and shall be capable of being bonded to assure the District of performance and
satisfactory service during the guarantee period.
B.
All mechanical, electrical and general information set forth on the respective data sheets
for each specified item shall be considered part of these Specifications and binding
herein. Any proposed equal items offered shall be substantiated fully to prove equality.
The District reserves the right to require a complete sample of any proposed equal item
and may, if necessary, request a sample tested by an independent testing laboratory to
prove equality. The decision of the District regarding equality of proposed equal items
will be final.
C.
All equipment and wiring shall be installed by individuals holding a “Voice Data Video
Technician” certification from the State of California division of apprenticeship standards.
D.
The Contractor shall furnish a letter from the manufacturer of the equipment, not
furnished by the District, which certifies that the equipment has been installed according
to factory recommended practices and that the system is operating satisfactorily. The
Contractor shall also furnish a written unconditional guarantee, guaranteeing all parts and
labor for a period of two years after final acceptance of the project by the District.
E.
The Contractor shall provide not less than eight hours of instruction of personnel in the
operation and maintenance of the systems. This instruction time shall be divided as
directed by the District. Contact FUSD Electronics at 559-457-3093 to coordinate.
SCOPE OF WORK:
A.
Furnish and install a complete Intrusion Detection / Access Control system with the
performance criteria detailed in this specification. The system shall be inclusive of all
necessary functions, monitoring, and control capability as detailed herein and on
accompanying Shop drawings, which may includes, but not be limited to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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On-site or remote video monitoring
Heating, air conditioning, and lighting management
Temperature threshold detection and monitoring
Humidity threshold detection and monitoring
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
B.
This specification document provides the requirements for the installation, programming,
and configuration of a complete Command Processor Panel. This system shall include,
but not be limited to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Pressure threshold detection and monitoring
Power loss detection and monitoring, generator switching
Leak detection and monitoring
Carbon Monoxide detection and monitoring
Tank level threshold detection and monitoring
Control panel
System cabinet
Power supply
Digital Signaling Line Circuits (SLC)
Annunciator/keypad bus
Batteries
Wiring
Conduit
Associated peripheral devices
WARRANTY:
A.
The entire system shall be guaranteed free of mechanical or electrical defects for a
period of two years after final acceptance of the installations. Any material showing
mechanical or electrical defects shall be replaced promptly at no expense to the District.
B.
The Contractor shall provide a two-year guarantee of the installed systems against
defects in material and workmanship. All labor and materials shall be provided at no
expense to the District. Guarantee period shall begin from the date of final acceptance
by the District.
PART 2- PRODUCTS
2.01
REFERENCES:
A.
The system shall be listed as a Power Limited Device and be listed under the standards in
this section. Each system shall be supplied with complete details on all installation criteria
necessary to meet all of the listings.
B.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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UL 365 Police Connect Burglar
UL 609 Local Burglar
UL 1023 Household Burglar Alarm System Units
UL 1076 Proprietary Burglar
UL 1610 Central Station Burglar Alarm Units
UL 1635 Digital Burglar Alarm Communicator System Units
UL 864 Control Units for Fire Protective Signaling Systems
UL 985 Household Fire Warning
UL 294 Access Control System Units
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C.
California Code of Regulations:
1. Title 24, Part 3 – 2007 California Electrical Code
D.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
E.
NFPA 70 National Electric Code (NEC)
NFPA 72 Local Protective Signaling
NFPA 72 Remote Station Protective Signaling
NFPA 72 Proprietary Protective Signaling
NFPA 72 Household Fire Warning
U.S. Government Standards / Listings:
1. DCID 6/9
2. DoD/NIST SCIF Standards
2.02
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:
A.
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General:
1. The system areas and zones shall be programmable, and the system shall store, log,
display, and transmit specific custom designations for system areas, zones, and user
names.
2. The system controller, user interfaces, zone input devices, relay output devices, and
the system signal receiving equipment shall be engineered, manufactured,
assembled, and must be distributed from a location within the United States of
America.
3. The system shall support user interaction by way of a keypad, web browser, system
software, key switch, or radio frequency wireless control, using integrated or auxiliary
devices provided by the system manufacturer.
4. The system shall support controller zone input connections, system keypads, system
zone expansion modules, and wireless zone input modules, and must support zone
input connections by way of at least two competitive products. The system shall offer
a seamless integrated compatibility with hard-wire and/ or wireless zone expansion
equipment for at least 200 wireless zones and/ or a maximum of 574 hardwired
zones.
5. The system shall be capable of offering at least five zone expansion buses, each of
which can support the connection of up to 15,000 feet of four-wire cable. Zone
expansion and keypad data buses that exceed 2,500 feet of cable must include
splitter/repeater modules to boost data voltage and maintain data integrity.
6. The system shall provide a seamless capability to provide a minimum of 500
addressable relays, which can be located at any connection location upon a zone
expansion bus.
7. System relay outputs shall have the capability of being triggered as a result of a
command from the user interface, changes in system status, changes in zone status,
or by a programmable schedule.
8. System relay output states shall be programmable for momentary, maintained,
pulsed, or must follow the state of an associated system zone input.
9. The system shall be completely programmable either locally from a keypad or
remotely through a standard dial-up, and network connections by way of a LAN,
WAN, and/or by way of the Internet.
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10. The control unit shall be completely programmable remotely using remote
annunciators, and/ or using upload/ download software that communicates using
SDLC 300 baud, 2400 baud, or IP Addressed data network. On-site programming
from a personal computer shall also be permitted.
B.
Input/Output Capacity:
1. This system shall be capable of monitoring a maximum of 574 individual zones and
controlling a maximum of 502 output relays.
2. The control panel shall have, as an integral part of the assembly, 2 SPDT Form C
relays rated at 1 Amp at 30 VDC and four open collector 12 VDC outputs rated at
50mA each. It shall also have the capacity of a maximum of 125 output expander
modules with 500 switched ground, open collector outputs, 50mA maximum and 502
auxiliary relays (Form C rated at 1.0 Amp at 30 VDC).
3. The panel shall also provide 100 programmable output schedules, and include an
integral bell alarm circuit providing at least 1.5 Amps of steady, pulsed, or temporal
bell output. Output type shall be programmable by zone type. Relays and voltage
outputs shall be capable of being independently programmed to turn on and/or off at
selected times each day.
C.
User/Authorization Level Capacity:
1. The system shall be capable of operation by 10,000 unique Personal Identification
Number (PIN) codes with each code having one (1) of ninety-nine (99) custom user
profiles. This allows for limitation of certain functions to authorized users. The
operation of all keypads shall be limited to authorized users.
D.
Keypads:
1. The system shall support a maximum of sixteen (16) keypads with alphanumeric
display. Each keypad shall be capable of arming and disarming any system area
based on a pass code or Proximity key authorization. The keypad alphanumeric
display shall provide complete prompt messages during all stages of operation and
system programming and display all relevant operating and test data.
2. Communication between the control panel and all keypads and zone expanders shall
be multiplexed over a non-shielded multi-conductor cable, as recommended by the
manufacturer. This cable shall also provide the power to all keypads, zone
expanders, output expanders, and other power consuming detection devices.
3. If at any time a keypad does not detect polling, the alphanumeric display shall
indicate "SYSTEM TROUBLE". If at any time two devices are programmed for the
same address, the alphanumeric keypad shall display “4 WIRE BUS TROUBLE”. If
at any time a keypad detects polling but not for its particular address, the
alphanumeric display shall indicate "NON POLLED ADDR". The system shall display
all system troubles at selected keypads with distinct alphanumeric messages.
4. The keypad shall include self-test diagnostics enabling the installer to test all keypad
functions: display test, key test, zone test, LED test, relay test, tone test, and address
test.
5. The keypad shall provide an easy-to-read English text display. The text shall exactly
match the text seen in all software reports, keypad displays, and central station
reports.
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6. The keypad user interface shall be a simple-to-use, menu-driven help system that is
completely user friendly.
7. The control panel shall support a keypad interface accessible on the World Wide
Web in a browser window. The web-accessible keypad interface shall provide at
least five (5) programmable hyperlinks for camera access or other use.
8. The system shall support sub-control keypads with four (4) built-in zones and capable
of functioning in the following modes:
a) Panel monitors all four (4) keypad zones independently with a maximum of
125 keypads attached to the control panel.
b) Panel assigns one (1) zone to each keypad and monitors all keypad zones
as a single zone with a maximum of 500 keypads attached to the control
panel.
c) Stand-alone mode allowing keypad to operate as a self-contained security
system independent of the control panel.
E.
Zone Configuration:
1. A minimum of 4 Class B ungrounded zones shall be available at each keypad or
zone expander on the system. The system shall have the capacity for a maximum of
sixteen (16) keypads and a maximum of 125 four (4) zone expanders or 500 single
zone expanders. It shall also have the capacity of a maximum of 125 supervised
relay output expanders. All Class B zones shall be 2-wire, 22 AWG minimum,
supervised by an end-of-line (EOL) device and shall be able to detect open and short
conditions in excess of 500ms duration.
2. Each zone shall function in any of the following configurations: Night, Day, Exit, Fire,
Supervisory, Emergency, Panic, Auxiliary 1, Auxiliary 2, Fire Verification, Cross Zone,
Priority, and Key Switch Arming.
3. The digital SLCs and the annunciator/keypad bus shall be able to operate at a
maximum wiring distance of 2500 feet from the control panel on unshielded, nontwisted cable. This distance may be extended to a total of 15,000 feet when bus
repeater modules are installed.
4. The system shall have the capability to incorporate up to 200 zone expander
POPIT™ points.
5. Each zone shall function in any of the following configurations:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
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Day
Exit
Fire
Supervisory
Emergency
Panic
Auxilary 1
Auxilary 2
Fire Verification
Cross-Zone
Priority
Arming
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F.
Communication:
1. The system shall be capable of signaling to as many as 8 remote monitoring station
receivers. Seven (7) of the eight (8) paths shall be capable of being assigned as
either a “primary” or “backup” path. In such a manor the system shall have multiple
primary paths to multiple remote monitoring stations as well as multiple backup paths
to multiple monitoring stations.
2. The system shall be capable of signaling to two remote monitoring station receivers,
four telephone numbers of 32 digits each using two separate switched telephone
network lines such that if two unsuccessful attempts are made on the first line to the
first number, the system shall make two attempts on first line to the second number.
If these two attempts are unsuccessful, the system shall make two further attempts
on the first line of the first number. After the tenth unsuccessful attempt, dialing shall
stop and the alphanumeric keypad shall display trouble. Should another event occur
that requires a report to be transmitted, the dialing sequence shall be repeated. The
system shall have a programmable option to dial a second set of telephone numbers
after the first ten attempts using the same sequence.
3. The system shall be capable of communication using the IBM Synchronous Data Link
Control format, and at least two other standard industry formats.
4. The system shall be capable of supporting Network communication with digital dialer
backup, existing Ethernet data networks, satellite communication, fiber optic
networks, local area networks, wide area networks, cellular communication, and retail
data networks.
G.
Network Communication:
1. The control panel shall be capable of asynchronous network communication with a
retry time between 3 and 15 seconds for a total of one (1) minute. If communication
is unsuccessful the control panel shall be capable of attempting backup
communication through any of the available communication methods to the same
receiver or a backup receiver.
2. The control panel shall employee adaptive communication technology. Adaptive
Technology allows a Backup communication path programmed to use Network or
Cellular to automatically ADAPT to the faster check-in rate of the Primary path should
the Primary path become unavailable, creating a seamless transition for
communication of messages. Select Adapt when programming the Checkin option.
This allows a system to be fully supervised even if a path fails, while also keeping
wireless charges low when the network is good.
3. Network communication between the control panel and the receiver shall be in a
proprietary communication format.
4. The control panel shall be capable of supporting Dynamic Host Communication
Protocol (DHCP) Internet Protocol (IP) addressing.
5. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) shall list network communication by the control panel
for Grade AA High-Line Security.
6. The control panel shall be capable of two-way network communication using
standard Ethernet 10BaseT in a LAN, WAN, or Internet configuration.
7. The control panel shall be capable of communication by means of a 128 Bit AES
Rijndael Encryption process certified by NIST (National Institute of Standards and
Technology) to an SCS-1R receiver with a built-in Encryption Alarm Router.
8. The control panel shall be capable of meeting DCID 6/9 and UL 2050 standards.
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H.
TCP/IP Network Trapping:
1. The control panel shall be capable of having communication set to Network
operation. When a trap is set in Remote Link, the software shall be capable of
sending a panel trap message with the panel account number to the SCS-101
installed in an SCS-1R receiver.
2. The receiver SCS-101 shall store the trap and monitor the panel for the next
message. When the panel sends its next message, the receiver SCS-101 shall then
send a message to the panel to contact Remote Link at the IP address contained in
the original trap message.
3. The trap message shall be stored in the receiver SCS-101 for up to four hours. If the
trap message is not sent to the panel within the four-hour window, the panel trap
message shall be discarded and a new trap message must be sent from Remote
Link.
4. The user shall be able to view the trap status in the receiver SCS-101 in Remote Link
using the Trap Query function.
2.03
2.04
MANUFACTURER:
A.
Digital Monitoring Products, Incorporated (DMP)
2500 N. Partnership Boulevard, Springfield, MO 65803
Phone (417) 831-9362. FAX (417) 831-1325. Website: www.dmp.com
B.
The manufacturer shall have at least twenty-five (25) years of experience in the role of fire
and security control manufacturing, and a proven track record of forward and backward
compatibility for a minimum of twenty (20) years for its product’s auxiliary devices,
including system keypads, annunciation devices, zone expansion modules, and
addressable detection devices.
C.
The manufacturer must also manufacture receiving equipment that is compatible with
standard dial-up telephone lines and network monitoring equipment that is compatible with
a LAN, WAN, and the Internet. The receiving equipment shall be capable of receiving all
status and alarm messages generated by the system. The receiving equipment shall be
capable of updating the panel operating program and the system date and time.
CONTROL PANEL
A.
DMP Command Processor™ Panel (XR500NL-G)
1. The system shall be inclusive of all necessary function, monitoring, and control
capability as detailed herein and on accompanying shop drawings.
2.05
COMPONENT REQUIREMENTS
A.
Component Enclosure:
1. Housings; power supply enclosures, terminal cabinets, control units, and other
component housings, collectively referred to as enclosures shall be so formed and
assembled as to be sturdy and rigid. If sheet steel is used in the fabrication of
enclosures, it shall be not less than an 18 gauge door with a 20 gauge box frame.
Where exposed pins, the hinges shall be of the tight pin type or the ends of hinge
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pins shall be tack welded to prevent ready removal. Doors having a latch edge
length of less than 24 inches shall be provided with a single lock. Where the hinged
door latch edge is 24 inches or more in length, doors shall be provided with threepoint latching device with lock; or alternatively with two locks, one located near each
end. For SCIF and High Security applications an attack proof enclosure with proper
tampers UL listed for use with the XR500/XR500N/XR500E shall be used.
B.
Electronic Components
1. All system electronic components shall be solid-state type, mounted on printed circuit
boards. Light duty relays and similar switching devices shall be solid-state type or
electromechanical.
2. The panel shall have an over current notification LED that lights when devices
connected to the Keypad Bus and LX-Bus(es) draw more current than the panel is
rated for. When the over current LED lights, the LX-Bus (es) and Keypad bus are
shut down.
C.
Control Unit:
1. A battery test shall be automatically performed to test the integrity of the standby
battery. The test shall disconnect the standby battery from the charging circuit and
place a load on the battery. This test shall be performed no more than every 180
seconds.
2. The control unit shall be capable of operating and supervising notification appliance
devices as well as addressable initiating detection devices and an integrated
supervised dual line digital communicator.
3. Control unit must be “Flash ROM” updatable, and program must be held in nonvolatile RAM. The panel shall be able to function while the update is in process.
4. Control unit shall be capable of operating using an optional built in Encrypted Alarm
Router for SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) applications that is
certified by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) for 128 Bit AES
Rijndael Encryption communications.
5. The optional built-in Encrypted Alarm Router shall be capable of compliance with
DCID 6/9 and UL 2050 standards.
D.
Remote Annunciators:
1. The system shall support a maximum of sixteen (16) supervised remote annunciators
with the identical capabilities, functions and display layout. Operation of the remote
annunciators shall be limited to authorized users by the use of a code or key.
2. The remote annunciators shall be capable of operating at a maximum wiring distance
of 15,000 feet from the control unit on unshielded, non-twisted cable.
E.
Control Designations:
1. Controls shall be provided to ensure ease of operation of all specified characteristics.
Where applicable, clockwise rotation of controls shall result in an increasing function.
Controls, switches, visual signals and indicating devices, input and output
connectors, terminals and test points shall be clearly marked or labeled on the
hardware to permit quick identification of intended use and location.
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F.
Test Modes:
1. The system shall include a provision that permits testing from any alphanumeric
keypad.
The test shall include standby battery, alarm bell or siren, and
communication to the central station.
2. The system shall include a provision for an automatic, daily, weekly, thirty (30) day,
or up to sixty (60) day communication link test from the control panel installation site
to the central station.
3. The system shall include a provision for displaying the internal system power and
wiring conditions. Internal monitors shall include the bell circuit, AC power, battery
voltage level, charging voltage, panel box tamper, phone trouble line 1, phone trouble
line 2, transmit trouble, and network trouble.
G.
Serial Interface:
1. The control panel shall be capable of a serial interface to output information to a
standard serial printer or serial interface to a communication port on a standard
computer. Through control panel programming the system shall include a provision
to allow the selection of which reports are to be output.
H.
Power Supplies:
1. Power supplies for the control unit shall operate from 120 VAC, supplied at the
respective protected areas. Standby batteries shall be supplied to power the system
in the event of a utility power failure. Batteries shall be sized to provide 105%
capacity for eight hours. Standby batteries shall be sealed lead-acid. Power
supplies shall be all Solid State.
2. Controls shall be designed to maintain full battery charge when alternating current is
available. Batteries shall be recharged to 85% capacity within 24 hours from battery
use. The system shall be automatically transferred to battery power upon loss of
alternating current power and return to alternating current power upon restoration.
Intrusion alarms shall not be initiated during switch over; a signal shall be initiated
upon failure of battery or alternating current power.
3. Approved power supplies shall meet or exceed the following power supply model
specifications:
a) UL Listed DMP 505-12: 12VDC 5 amp with transformer and enclosure.
b) UL Listed DMP 504-24: 24 VDC 4 amps with transformer and enclosure.
I.
Software:
1. The system shall interface with computer software with the capability to fully program
the panel by connecting to the panel through:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Direct cable connection interface card
Receiver phone line connection
Standard phone line connection
Ethernet network connection
Network connection across the Internet
2. The system shall interface with computer software capable of locking down all
controlled doors.
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3. The system shall interface with computer software capable of monitoring and logging
all events.
4. The system shall interface with computer software capable of exporting reports in the
following file formats:
a)Excel spreadsheet (*.xls)
b)Rich Text (*.rtf)
c) Text (*.txt)
d)Windows Metafile (*.wmf)
e)Comma-separated (*.csv)
f) HTML document (*.htm)
g)QuickReport (*.qrp)
5. The system shall interface with computer software capable of printing custom, filtered
reports including:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
J.
All Events
Zone Action
Arming/Disarming
Area Late to Close
User Code Changes
Door Access Granted
Door Access Denied
Opening/Closing Schedule Changes
System Monitors
System Events
Control Panel Capability:
1. The basic control panel shall provide:
a) Expansion to a total of at least 10,000 user codes with 99 user profile
definitions.
b) Sixteen (16) independent door/keypad addresses, each with four zones.
c) Twenty (20) Holiday Dates for custom holiday scheduling by area.
d) A total door access granted event buffer of at least 10,000 events.
e) Anti-passback access control selectable by area and user.
f) Four (4) shift schedules per area.
g) A total of at least 100 programmable output relay schedules.
h) Thirty-two (32) individual reporting areas.
i) Built-in bell and telephone line supervision.
2. The networked control panel shall provide:
a) All of the above features.
b) Require two-man access code or credentials.
c) Support programming to require the same or different access code entered
within a programmed delay time of 1 to 15 minutes after disarming before
activating a silent ambush alarm.
d) Support area programming that disables schedule and time-of-day changes
while system is armed so that area can only be disarmed during scheduled
times.
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3. The encrypted control panel shall provide:
a) All of the basic and network features listed above.
b) Built-in Encrypted Alarm Router.
c) Certified operation that meets 128 Bit AES Rijndael Encryption
communications.
d) Certified operation that meets SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information
Facility) application needs.
e) Certified operation that meets NIST (National Institute of Standards and
Technology) standards.
f) Certification that encrypted panel is capable of meeting DCID 6/9 standards.
g) Certification that encrypted panel is capable of meeting UL 2050 standards.
2.06
INTEGRATED INTRUSION ALARM AND ACCESS CONTROL OPERATION
A.
Access Authority Levels:
1. The system shall be capable of programming access credentials authority levels to
check whether the user has access to a specific area and also has the authority to
disarm or arm the area. If the user access credential has access and disarm/arm
authority the system shall provide the user the option to disarm the area
simultaneously upon opening the door, or to open the door and begin an entry delay
timer. With the timer option the user then disarms the area using an intrusion control
keypad inside the area. If the user only has access authority to the area and the
area is in an armed condition, the user is denied access to the area.
B.
Door Open Schedule Override:
1. The system shall be capable of programming certain area doors to be scheduled to
unlock and lock at specific times of the day or night. The lock/unlock function shall
be capable of an override option depending upon the area armed/disarmed status. If
the area remains in an armed status at the scheduled unlock time the armed status
overrides the unlock schedule ensuring the doors remain locked and armed in
situations where the business might open late, close early, is affected by inclement
weather, or another emergency.
C.
Common Area:
1. The system shall be capable of programming a common area to be armed when the
last area in the system is armed and disarmed when the first area in the system is
disarmed. To ensure the common area works properly it shall not have any user
codes assigned to the common area. The system shall also be capable of
programming multiple common areas.
D.
Early Morning Ambush (XR500N and XR500E only):
1. The system shall be capable of programming an area to require two user codes be
entered within a programmed number of minutes to prevent an ambush message
from being sent to the Central Station Receiver. If both user codes are not entered
within the time an ambush message is sent to the central station receiver.
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2. Both user codes shall have the authority to disarm the specific area and must be
entered at the same keypad or reader. The keypad shall not display any indication
that the ambush timer is running.
3. The system shall be capable of programming an output to provide an external
indicator that an ambush situation is taking place.
E.
Two-Man Rule (XR500N and XR500E only):
1. The system shall be capable of programming an area to require two separate user
codes be entered in order to disarm and/or allow access to a specific area. Both
required codes shall have at least the same or greater authority level. Both required
codes shall be entered within 30 seconds or an alarm shall activate.
F.
UL Bank Safe & Vault Operation (XR500N and XR500E only):
1. The system shall be capable of being programmed to only be disarmed during
scheduled times regardless of the authority level of any user code or user profile in
the system. The schedule and time and date set for this area shall not be capable of
being changed while the area is armed. Zones assigned to Bank Safe & Vault areas
shall not be able to be bypassed or force armed.
G.
Panic Button Summary Test (XR500N and XR500E only):
1. The system shall have the ability to test panic buttons without sending a panic alarm
to the Central Station Receiver.
2. The system shall also have the ability to send panic zone test verification and failure
results to the Central Station Receiver.
3. During the test, each time a panic zone trips, the display number shall increment and
the keypad buzzer sound for two seconds.
4. The number of panic zones tripped shall constantly display until the test ends or no
panic zone activity has occurred for 20 minutes.
5. When the Panic Zone Test ends and a zone failed (did not trip) during the test, the
keypad shall be able to display the zone name and number and have the buzzer
sounds for one second. Additional zone failed zones shall display when a button is
pressed.
2.07
FALSE ALARM REDUCTION FEATURES
A.
The system shall be capable of providing false alarm reduction features, functions,
capabilities, or processes that either require alarms be verified or potential alarms be
corrected before a system or zone can be placed into an armed state.
B.
Exit Error Alert and Reporting:
1. The panel shall be able to provide an automatic function to prevent a false alarm from
occurring if an exit door does not properly close after the system is armed.
C.
Entry and Exit Delay Annunciation:
1. When arming, the system shall provide clear annunciation indicators to the user
about the need to exit the premises prior to the exit delay time expiring.
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2. When disarming, the system shall notify the user the need to disarm the system prior
to the entry delay time expiring.
D.
Remote Annunciation:
1. The system shall be able to provide entry and exit delay time period notification. This
notification can be from DMP keypads, remote annunciators, or bell tests.
E.
Abort Reporting:
1. The system shall be capable of sending an Abort report to the central station if the
system is disarmed while the alarm is still sounding. The Abort report shall be sent
after the alarm report to notify the central station that an authorized user has
cancelled the alarm.
F.
System Testing:
1. The system shall offer testing features that are simple, quick, and complete and
provide the highest measure of safety by ensuring that alarm conditions are detected
and communicated to the proper authorities in a timely manner and on a regularly
scheduled basis.
G.
Ambush Code:
1. The system shall offer ambush codes for those dangerous encounters where the
user is instructed to either arm or disarm the system under threat of harm. The
duress code shall disarm the system without giving local indication of an alarm that
might put the user well-being in jeopardy.
H.
Two-Button Panic Feature:
1. The system shall support DMP keypads that provide the option to use only twobutton panic codes. The user shall be required to press and hold two designated
keys for approximately two seconds before the system generates a panic alarm.
I.
Fire Verify Zones:
1. The system shall support Fire Verify zones to help the panel verify the existence of
an actual fire condition before it sends an alarm report to the central station. The Fire
Verify zone shall require the panel to perform a Sensor Reset whenever a device
connected to a Fire Verify zone initiates an alarm. This shall begin a verification
period during which the panel waits for a second alarm initiation. If the original zone
or any other Fire Verify zone on the panel initiates an alarm within the next 120
seconds, the panel shall recognize this as an actual alarm and send an alarm report
to the central station.
J.
Cross-Zoning Protection:
1. The system shall support cross-zoning as a means of requiring two device trips to
occur within a short period of time before sounding an alarm and sending an alarm
report to the central station. Supported device trips shall be from one device that
trips two times, or from two devices that each trip once.
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K.
Swinger Zone Bypassing:
1. The system shall be capable of automatically bypassing a zone if it goes into an
alarm or trouble condition a specified number of times within a one-hour period. The
panel shall be able to track the number of times the zone trips while armed and
compare that against a programmed number. When that number is reached, the
panel shall be able to automatically bypass the zone. The panel shall be capable of
resetting the zone when the area to which it is assigned disarms, is manually reset
from the keypad or remotely, or remains normal for one hour.
L.
Recently Armed Report:
1. The system shall be capable sending a System Recently Armed report, along with a
zone alarm report, to the central station any time an alarm occurs within five minutes
of the system arming. The System Recently Armed report allows the central station
operator to follow a "call the subscriber first" procedure instead of immediately
dispatching the police to what could be a false alarm.
M.
Transmit Delay:
1. The system shall be capable of programming the panel to wait up to 60 seconds
before sending burglary alarm reports to the central station. If an alarm is accidental,
the user shall be able to disarm the system within the programmed Transmit Delay
time. An Abort report shall be sent in place of an alarm report after the system
disarms. During the alarm, sirens and panel relay outputs shall not be delayed and
shall still provide local condition annunciation.
N.
Call Waiting Cancel:
1. The system shall be capable of being programmed to cancel call waiting any time the
panel dials the receiver number to send a report.
O.
Cancel/Verify:
1. The system shall be capable of sending either a Cancel Report or Verify Report to
the Central Station to signify that the end user has Canceled an Alarm or Verified an
Alarm condition.
2.08
BURGLARY CONTROL
A.
Area System:
1. The system user shall be capable of selectively arming and disarming any one or
more of 32 areas within the intrusion detection system based on the user PIN code
and/or keypad used. Each of the 574 zones shall be able to be assigned to any of
the 32 available areas. The system shall be capable of having up to a sixteen (16)
character length name programmed for each area.
2. The system user shall be capable of assigning an opening and closing schedule to all
areas or to each of the 32 areas separately. Each area shall be able to arm or
disarm automatically by a schedule. The system shall have the capacity for common
areas that automatically disarm when any other area disarms and that automatically
arm when all others areas arm.
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3. The networked system shall have the ability to comply with Bank Safe & Vault
application. The networked system shall also have the ability to use a two-man rule
for disarming or allowing door access to an area. The system shall have the ability to
operate a Common Area application.
B.
Zones:
1. The system shall have a minimum of eight (8) grounded burglary zones available
from the control panel.
C.
Burglary Equipment:
1. Burglary detection equipment shall communicate to the system by way of the control
panel loop expansion bus or 900MHz receiver.
2.09
ACCESS CONTROL
A.
Keypad:
1. The system shall display a message at any keypad when any system area remains
disarmed past the scheduled closing time. The message shall be displayed at one
minute past the scheduled closing time. A pre-warn tone shall also begin sounding.
If the system is not armed or a schedule extended within ten minutes past the
scheduled closing time, the system shall provide the option of sending a Late To
Close report to the central station.
2. The keypad shall include a door strike relay capable of sending a report to the central
station when activated.
3. The keypad shall be capable of proximity arming and disarming functions.
B.
Area Access Control:
1. The system shall be capable of integrating area access control capability where
specified into the same control panel with the ability to have up to 10,000 user
credentials. User access is limited to custom profiles and/or schedules. Antipassback shall be available. The networked version shall support a Two-Man Rule
feature. The system shall support up to sixteen (16) access doors, connected to the
system using a manufacturer-approved interface module.
2. Area door access products shall meet or exceed features offered by the following
products:
3. Keypad reader/administration device – DMP Model 7063/7063A, 7073/7073A, 7163,
7173.
4. Wiegand Interface – DMP Model 733, 734.
5. Reader – DMP Model PP-6005B, Model PR-5455, Model MP-5365.
6. Cards or credentials – DMP Model 1326, DMP Model 1306P, DMP Model 1346, DMP
Model 1386.
C.
Access Control Equipment:
1. Access Control equipment shall communicate to the system by way of the control
panel keypad bus.
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2.010
COMPILED DETECTION EQUIPMENT LISTING
A.
Hard-wired:
1. Hard-wired detection equipment shall communicate to the system by way of the
control panel loop expansion bus. The equipment shall have a three (3) year
warranty as stated in the current DMP Product Catalog and meet or exceed features
offered in the following products:
a)Motion Detector – Optex Model RX-40PI (Wall Mount 40’x40’)
b)Motion Detector – Optex Model CX-702 (Wall Mount 70’x70’ or 150’x8’)
c) Motion Detector – Optex Model KX-08 (360 Ceiling Mount)
d)Glass Break Detector – Honeywell Model FG-1625
e)Door Contact – GE 1078C-N Recessed Contact
f) Zone Expansion Module – DMP Model 714-18T
g)Bus Splitter/Repeater Module – DMP Model 710
h)Output Expansion Module - DMP Model 716
i) Graphic Annunciator Module - DMP Model 717
B.
Power Supplies and Transformers:
1. Power supply, transformer, and battery devices shall maintain system operation. The
batteries shall be checked and replaced every three to five years. The equipment
shall have a three (3) year warranty as stated in the current DMP Product Catalog
and meet or exceed features offered in the following products:
a)Power Supply – DMP Model 505-12, 115 VAC, 12 VDC
b)Power Supply – DMP Model 505-12LX, 115 VAC, 12 VDC
c) Transformer - DMP Model 327, 16.5 VAC 50 VA, Plug-in
d)Transformer - DMP Model 322, 16.5 VAC 56 VA, Wire-in
e)Transformer - DMP Model 323, 16.5 VAC 56 VA, Wire-in
C.
Access Control Equipment:
1. Access control equipment shall provide access control functions between the panel
and controller door access points. The equipment shall have a three (3) year
warranty as stated in the current DMP Product Catalog and meet or exceed features
offered in the following products:
a)Interface Module – DMP Model 734, Wiegand
b)Egress Module – DMP Model PB-2 REX Button
c) Reader – DMP Model PP-6005B Proxpoint Plus©
d)Reader – DMP Model MP-5365 Miniprox©
e)Reader – DMP Model MX-5375 Maxi-Prox™
f) Reader – DMP Model TL-5395 Thinkline II™
g)Door Controller – DMP Model 1306P Prox Patch™
h)Door Controller – DMP Model 1306PW Prox Patch™
i) Access Card – DMP Model 1351 ProxPass© Card
j) Access Card – DMP Model 1326 Proxcard II© Card
k) Access Device – DMP Model 1346 Proxkey II™ Keyfob, 1386 Isoprox II©.
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2.011
OWNER TO PROVIDE
A.
Programming of DMP system
B.
One-Line drawing depicting; addressing, parts required, wire required.
C.
Detailed drawing for parts connections
D.
Fresno Unified to purchase and provide the following parts:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
DMP
DMP
DMP
DMP
DMP
DMP
DMP
DMP
XR500NL-G
461 Expansion Card Modules
481 Expansion Cards
7060A Keypads
714-18T Addressing modules
716 Relay modules
860 Output modules
305 Cube Relays
PART 3- EXECUTION
3.01
INSTALLATION
A.
Integration with Access & Security Management Software:
1.
2.
Provide all licensing, modules, programming, configuration, graphical
backgrounds, etc. as required to integrate with the District's WAN access &
security management software and support all utilized features.
Provide any available software updates to the access & security
management software.
B.
Each intrusion device (door/window magnetic switch, glass break sensor, motion
sensor, etc.) shall be connected to a dedicated zone. Provide zone expansion
modules as needed.
C.
Labeling:
1.
2.
All wires to be wiretagged labeled at each end of cable
All devices to have programmed address on 3/8” (black on white) sticky
back label on front of device.
END OF SECTION
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