10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-1 NOTE TO PROJECT ARCHITECT: LAUSD INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (ITD) IS THE ONLY COGNIZANT AUTHORITY FOR CHANGES OR MODIFICATION TO THIS SPECIFICATION. NO CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT SPECIFIC APPROVAL FROM ITD. NOTE TO PROJECT ARCHITECT: BOLDED SECTIONS AND TEXT IN BOXES MUST BE REMOVED PRIOR TO ASSEMBLING PROJECT MANUAL.
NOTE TO PROJECT ARCHITECT: INCLUDE SECTION 25570 QUALITY ASSURANCE, TEST & ACCEPTANCE AS PART OF THE PROJECT MANUAL; SECTION 25570 SHALL SUPPLEMENT 25725 IN ALL CASES. SECTION 25725 CLOSED CIRCUIT TV (CCTV) AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS (NEW FACILITIES) PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. Provisions of Division 01 apply to this section.
B. Principal items of Work in this Section include supplying and installing digital CCTV. In underground parking structures, system shall include card access control systems and audio surveillance for subterranean parking structures.
Systems shall include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Provide and install a complete and operating CCTV system as specified and indicated on Drawings, including required cameras, terminal cabinets, conduits, cables, monitors, switchers, digital video controller, software, connectors, and other required materials and equipment. 2.
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as specified and indicated on Drawings including required microphones, speaker/ microphones, combiners, call stations, alarming base station, cables, conduits, connectors terminal cabinets, and other required materials and equipment. a. Audio Surveillance Systems shall be deployed only in underground parking structures.<br><br> No other area of the site may have audio surveillance systems installed. If the CCTV camera system submitted 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-2 includes microphones or other audio capabilities, those features shall be permanently disabled. 3.<br><br> Provide and install a complete and operating card access control system as specified and indicated on drawings including required card reader, relays, conduits, cables, connectors, and other required materials and equipment. 4. Furnish, install, and connect cables and terminal strips necessary to provide functions and requirements specified.<br><br> 5. Provide labor, engineering, testing, materials, and components required to provide a complete and operating installation. C.<br><br> Related Sections: 1. Section 08332: Overhead Coiling Doors and Grilles 2. Section 11150: Parking Control Equipment 3.<br><br> Section 16010: Basic Electrical Requirements 4. Section 16050: Basic Electrical Materials 5. Section 16060: Grounding and Bonding 6.<br><br> Section 16120: Low Voltage Wiring 7. Section 16130: Raceways and Boxes Fittings and Supports 8. Section 16445: Panel Boards and Signal Terminal Cabinets 9.<br><br> Section 25568: Premise Wiring 3 Existing Facilities 10. section 25569: Premise Wiring 3 New Facilities 11. Section 25780: Convergence D.<br><br> Acronyms: AGC Automatic Gain Control CCD Charge Coupled Device CCR California Code of Regulations CCTV Closed Circuit Television CIF Common Intermediate Format DVR Digital Video Recorder 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-3 EIA Electronic Industry Association HTTP HyperText Transfer Protocol HTTPS HyperText Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer IP Internet Protocol ITD Information Technology Division IOR Inspector of Record JPEG Joint Photographic Expert Group LAUSD Los Angeles Unified School District MPEG Moving Picture Expert Group NTSC National Television Standards Committee OAR Owner Authorized Representative QCIF Quarter Common Intermediate Format SSL Secure Socket Layer TIA Telecommunications Industry Association UL Underwriter 9s Laboratory UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair 1.02 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS A. Provide a fully functional, digital CCTV and audio surveillance system, including card access control systems. System components include required cameras, terminal cabinets, conduits, cables, monitors, switchers, digital video recorders, connectors, speaker/microphones, combiners, sound activated monitor base station with listen/talkback amplifier companion, call stations, alarming base station, and other required materials and equipment.<br><br> 1.03 SUBMITTALS A. Provide in accordance with Division 01. B.<br><br> Furnish catalog cuts, technical data, and descriptive literature on components. Data shall be clearly marked and noted to identify specific ranges, model numbers, sizes, and other pertinent data. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-4 C.<br><br> Each submittal shall be bound and shall contain an index organized vertically by assembly and item number and horizontally by columns. 1. The first assembly shall be the major head end equipment.<br><br> 2. The leftmost column shall be the item number; next shall be the description, followed by the applicable specification section number, and followed by the specified item, which is followed by the submitted item. 3.<br><br> The rightmost column shall be for notes, which shall be used to reference the reason for submitting items other than as specified. D. Each submittal shall contain product data sheets or catalog cut sheets for each item listed in the Index.<br><br> These shall be arranged in the same order as the index and if more than one item is shown, the submitted items shall be highlighted or marked with an arrow. E. The product data shall be sufficiently detailed to allow the engineer to evaluate the suitability of the product, compliance with specifications, and to allow other trades to provide necessary coordination.<br><br> F. Provide Shop Drawings, in the same size as the Record Drawings. Shop Drawings shall be prepared in latest version of AutoCad with 3 CD-ROM electronic copies submitted along with full sized Shop Drawings.<br><br> 1. Provide a complete set of scaled Drawings of racks, consoles, and cabinets with designations, dimensions, color, operating controls, instrument wiring, and schematic diagrams of circuits, following Drawings as baseline. 2.<br><br> Shop Drawings shall provide details as to interfaces of equipment of other Work, identifying numbers of wires, termination requirements, voltages, and other pertinent details. Include front elevations, cabinet dimensions, types of mounting, doors, barriers, catalog number of locks, and finishes for terminal cabinets. 3.<br><br> Include a dimensional Shop Drawing of console nameplate. Nameplate shall contain school name, firm 9s address, telephone number for warrantee and maintenance, and power load. 4.<br><br> Submit Drawings prepared, signed, and sealed by structural engineer licensed in the State of California. Details shall be provided indicating the proposed means of support and attachment of all wall and floor mounted racks. Calculations shall be based on the maximum load rating of the cabinet by the manufacturer in a Zone 4 seismic environment, not the weight at time of occupancy.<br><br> 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-5 G. Contractor shall have completed at least 5 projects of equal scope to systems described herein and shall have been in the business of supplying and installing specified type of systems for at least 5 years. H.<br><br> Include in the Material List Submission copies of the manufacturers 9 certifications that the Installer is an authorized distributor and service provider of the submitted manufacturers 9 products and Installers staff has been adequately trained and certified in the installation of those products. I. Provide a letter from the Manufacturer guaranteeing the availability of spare parts common to proposed system for a period no less than 5 years on all components.<br><br> J. Provide Samples of material and equipment as required by the Architect. If Samples are requested, they shall be submitted within 10 days from date of request.<br><br> 1.04 CODES AND STANDARDS A. Complete installation shall meet or exceed the latest edition of following standards:. 1.<br><br> EIA/TIA-568: Commercial building telecommunications wiring standard and all current addenda 2. EIA/TIA-569: Commercial building standard for telecommunications pathways and spaces 3. EIA/TIA-606: Administration standard for telecommunications infrastructure of commercial buildings 4.<br><br> EIA/TIA-607: Commercial building grounding and bonding requirements for telecommunications 5. CCR Part 3 - California Building Code (CBC) 6. CCR Part 2 - California Electrical Code (CEC) 7.<br><br> ANSI, ASTM, UL, NEMA, IEEE and FCC standards as applicable 8. BICSI Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual, current edition 9. FCC Part 68 B.<br><br> Active electronic equipment shall be UL listed, or listed by another Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). C. Equipment and components, exclusive of cable or wiring, shall be like products of a single manufacturer unless otherwise approved by Architect.<br><br> D. Equipment Requirements: 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-6 1. In order to establish a standard of quality, submitted products and equipment must meet or exceed the minimum acceptable quality standards as specified herein.<br><br> 1.05 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION A. A fully functional, digital CCTV and audio surveillance system, including card access control systems for subterranean parking structures. System components include required cameras, terminal cabinets, conduits, cables, monitors, switchers, digital video recorders, connectors, speaker/microphones, combiners, sound activated monitor base station with listen/talkback amplifier companion, call stations, alarming base station, and other required materials and equipment.<br><br> 1.06 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Work shall conform to CCR, Part 3, of the California Electrical Code. B.<br><br> Work shall conform to CCR, Title 24 Part 3, Basic Electrical Regulation and National Electrical Code, latest edition. C. Persons skilled in trade represented by work, and in accordance with all applicable building codes, shall install system in accordance with best trade practice.<br><br> D. Work shall be performed by a Contractor that has completed at least 5 school systems of equal scope to system described herein and shall have been engaged in business of supplying and installing specified type of systems for at least 5 years. Contractor shall maintain a fully equipped service organization capable of furnishing repair service to equipment.<br><br> E. System startup and testing shall be performed under the direct observation of the video engineer responsible for preparation of the Shop Drawings. Only qualified Installers holding licenses required by legally constituted authorities having jurisdiction over the work, shall do the work.<br><br> F. Contractor shall coordinate cable runs, and rack equipment locations with the Owner 9s Authorized Representative (OAR) prior to the start of the cable installation. Contractor and OAR must agree as to the final location of all devices and the cable plant design.<br><br> G. Design analysis shall be performed by certified individuals under the direct observation of the video engineer responsible for preparation of the Shop Drawings. H.<br><br> The Contractor shall use adequate numbers of skilled workmen who are manufacturer certified, thoroughly trained and experienced on the necessary crafts, and completely familiar with the specified requirements and methods needed for the proper performance of the work. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-7 I. Provide enough personnel and tools required to participate in Owner 9s Quality Assurance Testing as detailed in Attachment cA d of this specification.<br><br> J. Items on check list of Attachment cA d will be examined as a minimum at the System Head End, terminal cabinets, ground vaults, and camera locations. Should the examination show deficiencies related to items in the checklist, Owner 9s acceptance testing would be discontinued until corrections have been made.<br><br> When the Contractor has completed the corrections, a subsequent Quality Assurance test shall be initiated. This procedure is in addition to the system functionality testing required in section 3.02 below. K.<br><br> Contractor is required to refer to Section 25570 for additonal requirements. 1.07 WARRANTY A. Contractor shall warranty that all work executed and materials furnished shall be free from defects of material and workmanship for a period of 3 years from date of installation acceptance, ,excluding specific items of work that require a warranty of a greater period as set forth in this Specification.<br><br> Immediately upon receipt of written notice from the Owner, the Contractor shall repair or replace at no expense to the Owner, any defective material or work that may be discovered before final acceptance of work or within warranty period; any material or work damaged thereby; and adjacent material or work that may be displaced in repair or replacement. Examination of or failure to examine work by the Owner shall not relieve Contractor from these obligations. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 EQUIPMENT A.<br><br> CCTV Camera (Fixed and PTZ) 1. Cameras shall be color with more than 350,000 picture elements in compliance with EIA/NTSC to produce high-resolution video without lag, image retention, or geometric distortion. 2.<br><br> Cameras shall include 1/3 or 1/4 inch format CCD image sensor and shall include the following: a. Pick-up Imager: 1/3 or 1/4 inch interline transfer CCS b. Picture Elements 3 EIA/NTSC: 768 horizontal x 494 vertical c.<br><br> Amplitude Response: 100 percent at 300 TV lines, using 20 TV lines as reference d. Video Output: 1.0V p-p (75 ohm) digital video signal. It is highly desirable that the camera also be available with a native unshielded 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-8 twisted pair (UTP) interface which extends transmission distances to a minimum of 2000 feet.<br><br> e. Signal to Noise Ratio: Better than 50 dB gamma set at "1", with AGC off at 25 degrees centigrade. f.<br><br> AGC: 33 dB variable gain g. Usable Sensitivity: 0.15 fc (1.5 lux) h. Geometric Distortion: None B.<br><br> CCTV Camera (Domed/PTZ) 1. Description: a. A variable/high-speed, domed camera system consisting of an integral 1/3 inch, high resolution, color CCD camera with 16x (4.5 mm to 72 mm) optical zoom lens, 6.3x digital zoom, pan/tilt, receiver/driver and housing with power supply.<br><br> The domed camera system shall be fully compatible with all components of a fully operational digital CCTV system and audio surveillance system, including card access control system, if a card access system is specified. b. The system is furnished with the following components and housing: (1) Camera and lens with covert inner liner, pan/tilt, and receiver/driver (2) Backbox/power supply module (3) Dome module - 160 mm 2.<br><br> Camera: a. The following parameters may be either remotely set or adjusted from the main control at the Project site: (1) AGC (2) Phase adjust (3) Zoom (4) Auto/manual focus and iris control (5) Backlight compensation (6) White balance 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-9 (7) Auto pan speed b. The camera shall provide continuous auto-focus and auto-iris zoom lens functions, which can be manually overridden by depressing the respective buttons on the system controller keyboard.<br><br> 3. Pan/Tilt (Optional): a. Integral 360-degree pan/tilt feature is variable speed and capable of operating in manual mode at speeds up to 120 degrees per second.<br><br> b. The Domed system stores up to 99 pre-position shots and seeks preposition shots at the speed of 360 degrees per second at an accuracy of plus or minus 0.5 degrees. c.<br><br> When initiated from the keyboard, the Dome can run a tour of up to 99 selected, pre-programmed preposition shots. d. The Dome can be activated to autopan between 2 electronically set limit stops.<br><br> 4. Electrical Specifications: a. Imager: Interline transfer CCD, 1/3 or 1/4 inch format, 752 H x 582 V active picture b.<br><br> Elements (NTSC) c. Horizontal resolution: 425 TVL (NTSC) d. Video output: 1.0V p-p plus or minus 0.1V p-p, 75 ohms and a native 100 ohm unshielded twisted pair (UTP) interface which shall extend transmission distances to a minimum of 2000 feet.<br><br> e. Scene illumination (clear dome) f. Usable picture: 1.6 lux (0.16 fc) g.<br><br> Full video: 8 lux (0.8 fc) h. Signal-to-noise ratio: 46 dB typical i. AGC: 30 dB maximum gain j.<br><br> Connectors: (1) Video out: BNC and RJ45 (2) Data in: Terminal block 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-10 (3) Power: Terminal block k. Supply voltage: 24 VAC, 60 Hz l. Power requirements: 15 watts 5.<br><br> Mechanical Specifications: a. Pan range: 0 degrees to 360 degrees continuous b. Tilt range: 0 degrees to 90 degrees from horizontal plane c.<br><br> Pan/tilt speed: (1) Variable to 120 degrees/second in manual mode (2) 360 degrees/second in preposition seek mode d. Preposition accuracy: plus or minus 0.5 degrees e. Connectors: (1) Video out: BNC and RJ-45 (2) Data in: Terminal block (3) Power: Terminal block f.<br><br> Dimensions: (1) Overall above ceiling: maximum 7 inches wide x 7 inches high (2) Overall below ceiling: maximum 7.5 inches wide x 3.5 inches high (3) Weight: 6 pounds or less g. Construction: Aluminum h. Finish: (1) Housing: Anodized (2) Camera, liner, and trim ring: Black (3) Dome capsule: Clear or tinted 6.<br><br> Environmental Specifications: a. Operating temperature: 14 degrees F to plus 122 degrees F 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-11 b. Relative humidity: 0 percent to 90 percent, non-condensing 7.<br><br> Enclosures: a. Enclosures for fixed Cameras shall be provided as indicated on Drawings. b.<br><br> All exterior cameras shall be installed in a weatherproof enclosure. c. Units shall be furnished with mounting hardware as required for the installation as indicated on Drawings: (1) Ceiling Models: Indoor spherical or domed housing (2) Bronze or tinted cast acrylic dome (3) 360º Adjustable viewing direction (4) Tamper resistant and dust proof (5) Outdoor housing with the following features: (6) Thermostatically controlled window heater/defogger (7) Removable cradle assembly with hole pattern for mounting camera/lens assembly (8) Sunshield: unit shall be available with an optional sunshield, which shall be used if camera is placed in an area that receives more than 30 minutes of direct sun exposure on any day of the year (9) Cradle may be rotated through 360° (10) Power input: 24 VAC (11) Power output: 24 VAC, 30 W nominal (12) Operating temperature: At external ambient temperatures of -20 ºC to 50 ºC ( 34 ºF to 122 ºF), housing shall maintain internal temperatures of 320 ºC to 55 ºC ( 34 ºF to 131 ºF) (13) tamper resistant housing fasteners C.<br><br> Digital Video Controller: D. The digital video controller shall consist of a CCTV system controller and Image Server. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-12 E.<br><br> The Image Server shall be capable of recording (encoding) and playback (decoding) of images simultaneously received from up to 16 cameras. 1. General a.<br><br> The equipment shall support multiple server transparency function - Multiple servers shall integrate to appear as one system to the end user in cases where more than one Image Server is used at a site. The potential maximum number of cameras per site is 250. b.<br><br> Controller shall provide secure remote access over an IP LAN/WAN via the Hyper Text Transport Protocol (HTTP) with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol (HTTPS). c. The system shall support a minimum of one 802.3 (Ethernet) local area network connection.<br><br> 2. Image Server a. General (1) System, as provided, shall have a hard disk drive (HDD) recording storage capacity of not less than 30 days, based on the maximum number of camera inputs on the DVR, when set at the highest system resolution, operating 7 days a week, 24 hours per day without using archiving routines.<br><br> The minimum recording frame rate per camera shall be 4 frames per second. (2) System, as provided, shall support the use of mapped network drives for additional or secondary recording storage. (3) The Image Server shall provide automatic erasing of oldest images when HDD storage is at capacity without intervention from an operator regardless of the length of time images are stored.<br><br> (4) The Image Server shall have a local area network interface that supports the Ethernet 802.3 protocol. The network interface shall support a minimum of 100Mbps throughput. (5) Recorded camera information shall be immediately accessible to authorized users without interrupting the recording process.<br><br> (6) Compression of recorded images shall utilize one or more of the following industry standard compression techniques: (7) MPEG 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-13 (8) M-JPEG (9) Wavelet (10) Custom/proprietary compression algorithms are acceptable only in addition to the standard(s) listed above. (11) All frames shall be watermarked while in System native format. Watermarking of frames shall be cfragile d to provide the District with images admissible as evidence in criminal or civil proceedings.<br><br> Fragile watermarks are those that are destroyed if an image is manipulated in any way. Systems that use a robust watermark shall not be accepted. A robust watermark is defined as resistant to destruction under any image manipulation.<br><br> b. Video Inputs (1) The equipment shall support the following, as provided: (2) Minimum of four, eight or sixteen camera inputs based on project requirements. Provide one input per camera.<br><br> (3) Camera input impedance: 75 ohm (4) Bandwidth: 0Hz to 6.5MHZ (5) Connector: BNC or 8F 9 connections. It is highly desirable that the camera also be available with a native unshielded twisted pair (UTP) interface which extends transmission distances to a minimum of 2000 feet. (6) Video Format: NTSC c.<br><br> Video Outputs (1) Up to 4 video outputs (per DVR) (2) Loop through of all Audio-input channels (3) Each output connection shall support external Video device 3 Monitor, VCR and PC Video Card (4) Print output 3 Video, image printer, etc. (5) Impedance: . 75 ohm (6) Output format: NTSC d.<br><br> Image Capture 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-14 (1) The image captured from video cameras shall be created with 24bit-pixel depth and a minimum of 350,000 picture elements, in compliance with EIA/NTSC, to produce high-resolution video without lag, image retention, or geometric distortion. (2) The system shall have the ability to capture image at the following modes of image recording quality: (3) 4CIF : 704X480 pixels (4) CIF: 352x240 pixels (5) QCIF 176x120 pixels (6) Image processing for Hue/Saturation/Contrast/Brightness shall be adjustable individually on each camera connected to the system. (7) The intervals used to capture images from video cameras shall be variable and shall be adjustable per camera, from 1/16 frames per second to 30, 60 or 120 frames per second as required by the camera inputs DVR and as described in this specification.<br><br> (8) Scanning System: EIA 768 lines, 30, 60 or 120 frames per second as required by the camera inputs on the DVR and as described in this specification. e. Compression (1) Prior to transmission or storage, images shall be compressed and formatted to one of the following standards: (2) MPEG (3) M-JPEG (4) Wavelet f.<br><br> Digital Footage and Images (1) Digital footages or individual images shall be stored in one of the following file formats: GIF, JPG, BMP, TIF, or RGB. Storage options shall include selectable manual and automatic routines. (2) During periods of low motion activity, the size per frame shall not exceed 2KB/Frame with the resolution set at 352x240.<br><br> 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-15 (3) During periods of high motion activity, the size per frame shall not exceed 4KB/Frame with the resolution set at 704x480. (4) When transmitting digital footage or individually saved images from server to client over the network, the file size of each image shall not exceed 50KB. g.<br><br> Recording (1) The system shall support as provided, no less than five different recording modes. (2) Motion activated recording (3) Pre-alarm loop back recording (4) Time activated recording (5) Alarm input (6) Continuous recording (7) Any combination of the above (8) Each recording mode shall be user selectable on a per camera basis. (9) The system shall be able to cmask d multiple zones at each camera to include motion specific detection by means of drawing square/line/dot for protected area.<br><br> (10) The system shall be able to cmask d multiple zones at each camera to exclude motion detection in areas of the frame by means of drawing square/line/dot for excluded area. (11) Each camera input shall have user adjustable controls allowing the system to initiate recording upon motion detection. System shall provide masking, or control of activation parameters, allowing a camera 9s motion activation area to be defined and adjusted remotely.<br><br> (12) The system shall provide a pre and post alarm/event image- recording functions from a central control point on an individual camera. (13) Pre-alarm/event time duration shall be not less than 15 seconds, with 1-4 frames added to head of video clip before motion begins. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-16 (14) Post-alarm/event time duration shall be not less than 15 seconds, with 1-4 frames added to the video clip after motion ends.<br><br> (15) User programmable frame rates shall be adjustable from 1 fps (frames per second) to 30 fps per camera. Frame or image rate selection shall be user selected on a per camera basis. The solution must support full frame rate capture per camera.<br><br> (16) Individual camera minimum recording speed shall be not less than 1 fps. (17) Individual camera maximum recording speed shall be not less than 30 fps. (18) System throughput recording speed shall be no less than 120 frames per second for a sixteen camera DVR, 60 frames per second on an eight camera DVR and 30 Frames per second on a four camera DVR.<br><br> Note that the number of cameras refers to the maximum capacity of the DVR, not the number of cameras installed at time of occupancy. (19) The system shall permit changes to the settings and configurations, such as camera quality, motion detection sensitivity while recording continuously. (20) The system shall be equipped with adequate sensitivity settings capable of: (21) Detecting a human target over 9% of display height (22) Classification of human target over 17% of display height (23) Assessment of human target over 26% of display height (24) Recognition of human target head over 22% of display height (25) System shall support, as supplied, a minimum of 3 user selectable recording resolutions: (26) 176x120 (27) 352x240 (28) 704x480 h.<br><br> Video Transmission 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-17 (1) The system, as provided, shall transmit independent individual frames of video that can be viewed by an IP Web Browser (using HTTPS). The system must not require that proprietary software be preinstalled on the client computer. The system may require that a browser cplug-in d or Java applet be used, provided that such plug-in or applet can be dynamically deliverable/installable (e.g.<br><br> on-demand) to the browser, and work in conjunction with commonly used web browsers. Note that any solution that uses a proprietary plug-in or applet must still meet requirements for encrypted (e.g. HTTPS) delivery of all data and for authenticated use as described below.<br><br> (2) The frames of video shall be saved and transported easily as independent files. (3) The system shall be capable of automated or manual export/backup to Digital Tape, RAID storage, or network storage. (4) The system communication speed shall be auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps full duplex when connected to a TCP/IP Ethernet connection.<br><br> 3. Alarm Processing a. The system shall support external passive infrared type dry contact motion detection alarm devices; either normally open or normally closed.<br><br> The total alarm inputs shall be no less than the supplied number of video channel inputs. b. The system shall be capable of providing notice of an alarm/motion event by means of call back, e-mail, and pager to pre-programmed personnel.<br><br> c. When system detects an alarm, either through dry contact or video motion, the camera associated with the alarmed area shall annunciate, with a visual notification on the cameras monitor image. 4.<br><br> Archiving & Backup a. General (1) System shall provide a means of historical archiving recorded images in a digital, non-volatile medium. The archiving mechanism shall use a high capacity storage device, such as high density HDD or DVD, in a format easily transferred to and viewed on a properly equipped Windows-based platform.<br><br> It is required that the archiving storage device be capable of storing 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-18 a minimum of 30 days 9 of images at the highest system resolution, at 4 (four) frames per second frame rate. b. Archived Image retrieval (1) Without interrupting the real time recording process, the Image Server shall support the following cataloged multiple search and playback modes simultaneously through multiple connections: (2) Alarm event search (3) Time index search (4) Activity search (5) Flying search c.<br><br> Any archive image search shall be accessible through Alarm Event, Time Index, Activity, and Fly Search from the storage medium without having to fast-forward or rewind from one time period to the next. d. The system, as provided, shall support an alarm history of up to 10,000 records.<br><br> e. The system shall catalog images at two levels of detail, allowing the users to search broad time ranges and then to narrow them into a time period. (1) Level 1: shall show images taken at broad intervals allowing a search across large time periods.<br><br> (2) Level 2: shall show images taken in between the broad intervals of the previous level. f. The system, as provided, shall be capable of automatically archiving images based on a predetermined schedule.<br><br> This schedule shall be set per camera, and shall allow separate schedules for holidays and weekends. g. The Image Server shall support local backup automatically and manually.<br><br> h. The Image Server shall support manually schedulable and automatic remote backups to a network drive in both the LAN and WAN environments. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-19 i.<br><br> The system shall be able to archive historical records for a minimum of one month of video files utilizing a local or network Hard Drive. j. The system shall require administrative level access and password to access or change backup or archiving routines.<br><br> 5. Playback a. System playback speed shall be manually adjustable from 4 fps to 15 fps during multiple camera playback.<br><br> b. During single camera full screen playback, the playback speed shall be manually adjustable from 1fps to 30fps. 6.<br><br> Live-Mode Multiplexing/Switching/Sequence/Refresh Rate a. The system shall not show noticeable sequencing on live mode surveillance locally or remotely with maximum channel inputs. The camera refresh rates in live mode shall be compliant with the following requirements: (1) When recording a scene with low motion or activity, switching speed shall be no slower than 0.3fps (1 frame per 3 seconds).<br><br> (2) At a scene with high motion or activity, switching speed should be no slower than 0.5fps (1 frame per 2 seconds). 7. Video Display a.<br><br> System shall provide both a PC monitor display and at least one analog (composite video) output, allowing a standard NTSC monitor to be used as a secondary monitor. b. System shall support the following display modes as supplied on both PC and NTSC Monitor: (1) Full screen (2) Quad screen (3) 9 split screen (4) 10 split screen (5) 16 screen c.<br><br> Video display formats supported shall be: (1) Analog display: NTSC video monitor 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-20 (2) SVGA /XVGA computer monitor d. Remote Monitoring Software (RMS) for Client (1) Local and remote users shall access the Image Server using a PC platform equipped with a standard Web browser, combined with user ID and password. Systems using proprietary remote monitoring software shall not be considered.<br><br> (2) User platform hardware environment. (3) The minimum hardware platform requirements for client software shall be: (a) Intel Pentium III, equivalent, or better (b) 256 MB Ram (c) 40GB HDD (d) 32 MB AGP video card (e) SVGA Monitor (f) 10/100 Ethernet Network Interface Card (g) 56K Modem (h) Windows 2000/XP (4) The networking interface shall support the Ethernet 802.3 protocol (10/100Mbps) and use the TCP/IP protocol suite. (5) The dialup networking shall allow as provided connections via analog phone line (PSTN) and digital subscriber line (DSL).<br><br> e. The RMS application software shall provide an integrated suite of applications containing, but not limited to, the following functions: (1) Image quality and bandwidth control: Video compression rate, frame rate, and resolutions shall be adjustable from a remote location to ease bandwidth demands on the LAN/WAN (2) Viewing and recording control of remote cameras (3) Remote playback of recorded video (4) Remote alarm alert notification 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-21 (5) Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) shall be controllable from a remote console location, using standard keyboard and mouse controls. (6) System shall support and interface with the following existing matrix switching and control standards: (7) Pelco (8) Bosch (9) Multivision (10) Sony (11) Panasonic f.<br><br> Remote Access Functions (1) The remote site system shall be equipped with an access site directory. (2) The following information, as a minimum, shall appear on screen when server is accessed: (3) Site name (4) Image Server IP address to be connected (5) Connection medium (LAN, PSTN) (6) Connection status g. Remote Client Site Recording (1) The remote client shall be able to activate and capture the recording of a remote view and store the images at the remote client.<br><br> (2) The remote client shall provide access to playback indexed by MM/DD/YY, HH/MM/SS, and camera number to retrieve. 8. Auto Pan, Tilt, & Zoom a.<br><br> The Image Server and remote client application shall fully support the following camera parameters, which may be locally and remotely set and adjusted from the main control site: (1) AGC 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-22 (2) Phase adjust (3) Zoom (4) Auto/manual focus and iris control (5) Backlight compensation (6) White balance (7) Auto pan speed b. The Image Server shall provide features allowing any properly equipped PTZ camera program to be manually overridden by means of remote or local operation. c.<br><br> PTZ features built into the Image Server shall support as provided, PTZ via the Internet Protocol over a LAN, WAN, Internet, and analog PSTN dial up lines. PTZ protocols supported shall be: (1) Pelco (2) Sony (3) Vicon (4) Bosch (5) Ultrack (6) Panasonic 9. PTZ Capability and Compatibility: a.<br><br> The Imager Server shall integrate with PTZ control capability utilizing built in transmitting utility software, and an integrated RS-422 interface to receivers. 10. System Security Implementation: a.<br><br> The Digital Video Controller shall provide at least three levels of password protected access control: (1) Level 1: Administration: Permits full access to all system functions. (2) Level 2: Manager: Permits user account configuration, system setup and programming functions. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-23 (3) Level 3: User: Permits only local and remote view/search/report functions.<br><br> b. The Digital Video Controller shall allow for images to be transported in encrypted format between the controller and remote monitoring stations. The controller and monitoring stations should use the HTTPS protocols for encrypting packets for transmission.<br><br> 11. Reliability a. The system shall recover to full operation, including resumption of programmed recording and archiving routines, from a system crash and/or power loss without the aid of an uninterruptible power supply or an operator.<br><br> b. In the event that a lost network connection is returned, the system shall recover fully, without the aid of an operator. c.<br><br> The product shall meet or exceed a 20,000-Hour Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF). For the purposes of this specification, MTBF is defined as the average time (hours) the equipment performed its intended function between failures; productive time divided by the number of failures during that time. Using MTBF therefore requires that the user have the access to the capture of failure information, and also track and categorize total time in service accurately.<br><br> MTBF= Productive time / # of failures. d. The product shall meet or exceed a 30-Minute Mean Time To Repair (MTTR).<br><br> For the purposes of this specification, MTTR is defined as the average time required to correct a failure and return the equipment to a condition where it can perform its intended function: the sum of all repair time incurred during a specified time period (including equipment test time), divided by the number of failures during that period. MTTR= Total repair time / # of failures 12. Maintainability a.<br><br> The Image Server should store at least 30 days of recorded images on its local hard driver with 16 video input channels at four (4) frames per second and highest system resolution. b. The server hard disc drive must continuously record during playback or search requests, including playback requests from remote clients.<br><br> 13. Power Consumption a. 110 VAC 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-24 b.<br><br> 60 / 50 Hz c. UL 1950 Approved and Listed 14. Environmental Conditions a.<br><br> General: (1) The equipment shall be designed to operate in a standard office environment with the following temperature and humidity parameters b. Temperature: (1) The product shall meet or exceed an operating temperature range of -4 F to +100 F (2) The product shall meet or exceed the storage temperature range of +32 F to + 180 F c. Humidity: (1) The product shall meet or exceed an operating humidity range of 5 % to 85% non-condensing.<br><br> (2) The product shall meet or exceed a storage humidity range of 5% to 85% condensing. d. EMI Compatibility: (1) The product shall be certified compliant with FCC Part 15.<br><br> 15. Warranty & Support a. The Image Server shall be UL approved.<br><br> b. The Image Server shall be provided with a minimum 3 year labor/parts warranty. The warranty service must provide on-site 8 hours per day, 5 business days per week with 24-hour service resolution for that period.<br><br> c. Telephone technical support shall be provided at on a 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year basis at a toll free telephone number. d.<br><br> System firmware and software upgrades shall be available without cost to the Owner for a period of not less than 3 years. F. Rack Cabinets: 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-25 1.<br><br> Monitors, video controllers, digital controllers, VCRs, audio surveillance equipment, and related components shall be mounted in rack cabinets. 2. Rack cabinets shall be furnished with sides and accessories required for specific installation.<br><br> 3. Cabinet shall be constructed with mounting rails tapped for No. 10-32 screws on EIA spacing front and rear, and shall be provided with Seismic Zone 4 earthquake bracing kits.<br><br> The structural and seismic fastening details of the cabinets shall be prepared and wet stamped by a California registered, structural engineer. Calculations for seismic bracing shall be based on the maximum load rating of the cabinet by the manufacturer in a Zone 4 seismic environment, not the weight at time of occupancy. G.<br><br> Audio Surveillance Equipment: 1. Audio surveillance equipment shall consist of microphones, speaker/microphones, combiners, and call stations with alarming base station. An alarm will be announced during a cry for help, distress call, breaking glass, or sounds of vandalism.<br><br> 2. System shall be able to listen-in to zone that is in alarm, talkback, and interrogate situation with 2-way communication. 3.<br><br> System components shall be as follows: a. Audio surveillance controller shall consist of a microprocessor-based monitor contained within a 19-inch standard rack panel 5-1/4 inches high. It will process input from microphones of condenser electret quality, phantom-powered with frequency characteristics of 20HZ through 15 KHz + 4, -5 db.<br><br> Microphone zones will be listening constantly, and up to six microphones may be combined in one zone. In addition, standard cone speakers or re-entrant projector horns may be combined with the system to allow audio interrogation, as required, to zones for 2-way communication. 4.<br><br> Provide zone cards with the following features and functions: a. N/O or N/C dry contact outputs for activation of CCTV system, remote alarm device, or annunciator panel b. LED zone alarm identification c.<br><br> Two-second audio alert tone to sound when a zone goes into alarm state. d. Two continuously variable alarm threshold levels for amplitude of sound 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-26 e.<br><br> Two user-selectable, frequency-sensitive filters to match user- frequency demand f. Three-position selector switch for monitor/off/talk/back with spring return to off position 5. Frequency and amplitude sensitivity adjustments shall be secured from unauthorized tampering by a panel door integral with unit, but accessible to operator from front panel.<br><br> 6. Provide 19-inch rack panels with the following: a. Front panel-mounted "ALLZONE RESET" button b.<br><br> Day/night threshold sensitivity switch with user-programmable 24-hour clock 7. Controller shall be sound activated monitor base station Louroe Electronics No. DG-25 III and listen/talkback amplifier companion, or equal.<br><br> 8. Microphones: a. Microphones shall be omni-directional on stainless steel cover for mounting to single-gang box.<br><br> b. Frequency response shall be 40 Hz to 15 KHz and supply voltage shall be 12 volt DC supplied from controller. c.<br><br> Microphone shall be Louroe Electronics Verifact D, or equal. 9. Microphone Mixer/Combiner: a.<br><br> Mixer/combiner shall add up to 6 microphones per zone with sensitivity controls for zone balance for microphones. Unit shall be Louroe Electronics No. MLA-6, or equal.<br><br> (1) Frequency response: 100 Hz to 10 KHz (2) Input level: 3dB (3) Output level: 13 dB (4) Supply voltage: 12 volt DC 10. Call station shall consist of stainless steel cover-plate with red "CALL FOR HELP" panic button, containing 3 KHz oscillator to trigger controller zone sensor. Unit shall be Louroe Electronics No.<br><br> DCS, or equal, and flush-mounted to single-gang box. Output shall be 1.5 volts RMS into 10K ohm load at 3 KHz. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-27 11.<br><br> Talk/listen 2-way security station shall consist of stainless steel cover-plate and red "CALL FOR HELP" button. Unit shall be Louroe Electronics No. TLMC, or equal, and flush-mounted to 8 inch x 6 inch x 4 inch backbox.<br><br> a. Microphone frequency response: 40 Hz to 15 KHz b. Microphone supply voltage: 12V DC c.<br><br> Microphone current drain: 3 MA d. Speaker frequency response: 150 Hz to 12KHz e. Speaker power handling: 2 watts f.<br><br> Speaker voice coil impedance: 8 ohms g. Speaker input voltage: 70.7V H. Cables: 1.<br><br> CCTV Equipment: a. Coaxial cable Type A, 75 ohm, RG-59/U, foam insulated, 20 gauge solid bare copper conductor, bare copper braid. West Penn No.<br><br> 815, or equal. b. Copper Cable: Enhanced cabling shall be 24 AWG, 4-pair UTP, UL and NEC rated, with appropriately rated PVC jacket.<br><br> Individual conductors shall be FEP insulated or polyethylene insulated as appropriate to the installation environment. Cables installed in cable trays or on cJ d- hooks shall carry a CMP rating. Cable shall meet ANSI/TIA/EIA minimum requirements for return loss, propagation delay, delay skew, NEXT loss, PSNEXT loss, FEXT loss, ELFEXT, and PSELFEXT for 4- pair Copper cabling as detailed in ANSI/TIA/EIA-568.<br><br> Cable sheaths for CCTV applications shall be the same color. Color shall be distinctly different from other twisted pair cable plants (e.g. cables for telephone, LAN, or building automation systems).<br><br> 2. Microphones and Call Stations: a. Cable Type B for, 2-conductor, 22 AWG (7 d x 30 d) with 24 AWG (7 d x 32 d) drain.<br><br> West Penn No. 452, or equal. 3.<br><br> Mixer/combiners, 2-Way Call Stations and Speakers/Microphones: a. Cable Type C, 4-conductor, 2 shielded 20 AWG (7 d x 28 d), 2 unshielded 18 AWG (7 d x 26 d) with No. 22 AWG (7 d x 30 d) drain wire.<br><br> West Penn No. 356, or equal. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-28 I.<br><br> School Main Entrance Intercom Stations: 1. Single zone audio surveillance base station with talkback feature. Unit shall be furnished with a built-in speaker and microphone.<br><br> Unit shall be Louroe Electronics No. AP1-TB, or equal. 2.<br><br> Talk/listen 2-way, flush-mounted, vandal-proof remote station with microphone, 3-inch speaker and call button mounted to 11 gauge stainless steel faceplate. Unit shall be a Louroe Electronics Catalog No. TLSP-PB, or equal.<br><br> Surface-mounted applications, unit shall be a Louroe Electronics Catalog No. TLMC, or equal. 3.<br><br> Wiring for base and remote stations shall be 2/c 18 gauge shielded for microphone, 2/c 18 gauge unshielded for speaker, and 22 gauge drain. West Penn No. 360, or equal.<br><br> PART 3 - EXECUTION AND INSTALLATION 3.01 CLOSED CIRCUIT TV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS INSTALLATION A. Cable runs shall be continuous between devices. Connectors, fittings, terminations, splices, and passive devices shall not be installed in inaccessible locations.<br><br> Provide connections only at outlets, junction boxes, and terminal cabinets and as indicated on Drawings. B. Exterior junction boxes for conduit and cable runs shall be 6 inch x 6 inch x 4 inch weatherproof enclosures, Federal No.<br><br> A6R44, or equal. Conduit entries to junction boxes shall be furnished with compression waterproof connectors. C.<br><br> Coaxial cable connectors shall be solderless type with nominal impedance of 75 ohms. D. Cables entering and exiting terminal cabinets and junction boxes shall be tagged with plastic-coated cable markers wrapped around cable.<br><br> E. Cable connectors shall be installed with factory-recommended tools designed for connectors being installed. F.<br><br> Provided cables provided shall be new and of recent manufacture. Cables with abrasions, kinks, or other damage shall not be installed. G.<br><br> Wiring enclosures, terminal cabinets, outlets, control boxes, frames of cabinet racks and other enclosures shall be grounded. H. Work shall conform to California Electrical Code regulations and applicable local ordinances.<br><br> 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-29 3.02 RELATED SYSTEMS OR SUB-COMPONENT INSTALLATION A. Not applicable. 3.03 OWNER 9S QUALITY ASSURANCE CERTIFICATION AND TESTING A.<br><br> Demonstrate performance of system in presence of the Architect and OAR. B. The Architect may require changes, adjustments, and further tests deemed necessary to assure that systems are complete and operational.<br><br> C. Provide testing and reception equipment including temporary power required to test performance as specified. D.<br><br> If the Architect deems that systems, or parts thereof, do not meet specified performance requirements, conduct further tests, including complete sweep-analysis, to locate faulty or defective components. Contractor shall replace defective components, parts, and cables before further tests are conducted. 3.04 PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS A.<br><br> As-Built Documentation 1. Provide 3 Blue line copies size E (30 d X 42 d) of Project site and building plans, indicating location of equipment, conduit, cable routing, ground vaults, terminal cabinets, pull boxes, and other installation information. 2.<br><br> Provide two copies of the record Drawings in .DWG format prepared using the most recent version of AutoCAD on a labeled CD-ROM for use on a Windows platform. a. LAUSD utilizes layers as a key tool in controlling visibility of drawing elements and to provide consistent information between drawings, yet provide control over what is seen on each sheet.<br><br> CCTV wiring shall be shown on a separate layer, labeled as cCCTV d that uses both building floor plans and conduit supporting structure layers below. The use of any version control blocks or company logos shall be on a layer separate from the premise wiring as-built drawings. b.<br><br> All AutoCAD files (software copies) supplied shall be multi-layer drawings with the following layers as a minimum: (1) Layer 1 shall contain title blocks only. (2) Layer 2 shall contain building or site plan backgrounds only. (3) Layer 3 shall contain devices, cabling and other system components.<br><br> 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-30 c. Floor and site plans shall indicate all devices, terminal cabinets and cross connect locations, conduit runs, ground vaults, wire types, cable routing of all cables both underground and in each building with conduit fill and count, and as-built coding used on each cable. d.<br><br> Drawings shall include block diagrams indicating all items and their point-to-point connections in a manner following floor and site plan layout. Drawings shall also include as-built single line diagram, cable site plot plan and floor plans indicating all cables both underground and in each building with conduit, and as-built coding used on each cable B. Operating and Servicing Manuals, Record Drawings: 1.<br><br> Deliver three copies of operating and servicing manuals. Each complete manual shall be bound in a three ring binder all data shall be typewritten. a.<br><br> Each manual shall include a page with Project site and Project name, date of Substantial Completion, Contractor name, address, telephone, and fax numbers. b. Each manual shall contain a letter, signed by an officer of the Company 9s indicating the beginning and ending date of any warranties described in subsection 1.07 of this specification and shall describe the companies 9 commitment to service the warranty during the terms specified.<br><br> c. Each manual shall include all specifications and instructions necessary for proper operation and servicing of system. d.<br><br> Each Manual shall include installation and coordination drawings specifically related to this section shall be included as follows: (1) One copy size B (11 dX 17 d) of Project site and building plans, indicating location of equipment, conduit, cable routing, ground vaults terminal cabinets, pull boxes, and other installation information. (2) A single line diagram of the system indicating all items and their point-to-point connections in a manner following floor and site plan layout. (3) A complete 2 wire diagram of all connections made between components inside the system console.<br><br> (4) A wiring destination schedule for each circuit leaving console and each rack. 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-31 (5) All custom fabricated circuits, components, and connections not detailed in the manufacturer 9s manuals shall have wiring diagrams detailing to component level, the manner in which the circuits are connected. e.<br><br> Each manual shall also include as-built single line diagram, cable site plot plan and floor plans indicating all cables both underground and in each building with conduit, and as-built coding used on each cable. Drawings Size A (8-1/2 c x 11 d) and size B (11 d x 17 d) shall be bound into the manual. Larger drawings shall be folded and inserted into transparent envelopes bound into the manual.<br><br> Programming forms of each system shall be submitted with complete information. 3.05 PROTECTION A. Protect the Work of this section until Substantial Completion.<br><br> 3.06 CLEANUP A. Remove rubbish, debris, and waste materials and legally dispose of off the Project site. 3.07 OWNER ORIENTATION A.<br><br> Before Substantial Completion, provide an eight (8) hour Owner instruction period to designated Owner personnel. B. Instruction shall be based on manufacturer 9s written operating instructions covering those features of interest to the Owner and applicable to the Work.<br><br> C. After Substantial Completion, and before contract completion, provide two (2) additional one (1) hour crefresher d instruction sessions at times agreed upon by the Owner. PART 4 - DRAWINGS A.<br><br> CCTV Architecture 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-32 ATTACHMENT A A.1 Close Circuit TV Audio Surveillance Systems A.1.1 Quality Assurance Owner is to examine the following items based on the criteria defined in section 25725 (Closed Circuit TV and Audio Surveillance Systems). Owner is to examine 100% of monitors, video controllers, lapse recorders, audio surveillance equipment, network interface, alarm annunciation, alarm processing and image server. Other items will be tested at a 10% rate.<br><br> If deficiencies are noted the system will be failed. Owner will consider continuing testing at a 20% rate to determine the integrity of the system. Installation Check List Pass Fail Is all equipment installed as specified?<br><br> Monitors Image Server Video Controllers Cameras Cameras housing and brackets for inside and outside applications Card access controllers Rack and terminal cabinets Audio surveillance components Cable and connectors Does installation follow industry standards and specifications? Are all cable terminations at console and terminal cabinets labeled properly? Do cable numbers match with posted list?<br><br> Are cables marked clearly and indelibly marked? Are charts posted at console and terminal cabinets? Is cabling in terminal cabinets and console loomed and helically wrapped?<br><br> Is there other media cabling sharing the conduit? Have the proper connectors and crimpers been used? (i.e., Solderless, BNC or F connectors and crimped with the proper tool.) Are grounds connected according to specs?<br><br> Are terminal cabinets and cross-connects installed indoors? Have zones coverage been identified? Is camera 9s coverage as specified?<br><br> 10/09/2007 PROJECT NAME CCTV AND AUDIO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS SCHOOL NAME 25725-33 Functionality Check List Pass Fail Can 16 cameras 9 output be displayed individually, quad format, 9 split screen, 10 split screen, and all at once on: TV monitor PC SVGA monitor Is image and color display on playback and real time clear? Can camera controls be adjusted manually and remotely? Tilt Pan Zoom Iris control Focus Contrast Brightness Test recording modes Motion activated Time activated Continuous recording Alarm activated Pre-alarm loop back recording A combination of recording modes Is recording storage capacity as specified?<br><br> Does the system resume operations after a power outage? (No operator assisted) Does the system provide notice of an alarm by visual notification, callback, pages or e- mail to designated operator without interrupting the recording process? Does the system provide an alarm history buffer?<br><br> ( 1000 incidents) Test audio surveillance. Does the alarm annunciation provide 2-way communication? Does an alarm provide zone identification?<br><br> Does an alarm provide an alert annunciation tone? Is the 2-way communication clear? Does the 3-position call switch work as specified?<br><br> END OF SECTION