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SECTION 08 74 00
ELECTRONIC LOCKING SYSTEM
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Onity ; hotel and security access systems.
This section is based on the products of Onity , which is located at:
4001 Fairview Industrial Dr. S. E.
Salem, OR 97302
Toll Free Tel: 800-424-1433
Fax: 860-998-1035
Email: request info (moreinfo@onity.com)
Web: en.onity.com
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For decades, Onity has been one of the world's leading manufacturers of electronic locks. Through the years, we have expanded our services and solutions to become a leading provider of innovative facility technologies, from electronic locks and smart-card systems, to electronic in-room safes and energy management systems. Today, Onity is a globally recognized provider of reliable solutions and accessible support. Consult manufacturer or their published technical information.
HT28 Smart Electronic Locking System is ideal for large facilities, with the capability to manage 6,000 rooms, 5000 master keys, and 100 networked encoding stations.
HT24w Electronic Locking System is adaptable to any facility with multiple front desk configurations and is designed for any hotel property size. It is PC compatible, easy to install and user friendly.
HT22i Electronic Locking System is a compact system ideal for medium size facilities with 500 room capacity. It is a stand-alone, PC independent, PMS (Property Management System) compatible system with easy to read wide-screen displays; up to 8 check-in stations can be linked as a multi-front desk configuration with up to 100 operators.
Integra Electronic Locking System with CT30 standalone locks is a simple easy-to-use wireless lock management system that can manage small and large commercial facilities efficiently while providing detailed audit data.
Auto Deadbolt. Each time the guest closes the door Onity's Auto Deadbolt engages for added security. This UL approved locking system operates with Onity electronic locking systems. It features a 1 inch (25.4 mm) deadbolt along with a 3/4 inch (19 mm) door latch that meets the ANSI Grade 1 standard. UL approved for installation on fire doors. Includes an internal fusible link. Guests can indicate privacy simply by turning the thumb-turn from inside their room. When staff inserts their key card, a red light shows.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Modify items below required for project.
 
A.
Electronic standalone card access locking system.
B.
Special function hardware.
C.
Hospitality door locking system.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
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A.
Section 08 11 13.13 - Standard Hollow Metal Doors and Frames.
B.
Section 08 14 23 - Clad Wood Doors.
C.
Section 08 71 53 - Security Door Hardware.
D.
Section 28 13 00 - Access Control.
E.
Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
F.
Section 26 21 00 - Low-Voltage Electrical Service Entrance.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
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A.
Standards of the following as referenced:
1.
American National Standards Institute/Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (ANSI/BHMA):
a.
ANSI A156.2 Bored and Preassembled Locks and Latches.
2.
Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA).
3.
Door and Hardware Institute (DHI).
4.
Factory Mutual (FM).
5.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
a.
NFPA 80 Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives.
b.
NFPA 101 Life Safety Code.
6.
Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. (UL).
 
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B.
Industry standards of the following as referenced:
1.
Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Americans with Disabilities Act, Public Law 101-336, (ADA).
2.
ANSI A117.1: Providing Accessibility and Usability for Physically Handicapped People, 1986 edition.
3.
Federal Register Part III, Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, 28 CFR Part 36: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability by Public Accommodations and in Commercial Facilities; Final Rule, July 26, 1991.
4.
Federal Register Part II, Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, 36 CFR Part 1191: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities; Amendment to Final Guidelines, September 6, 1991.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used.
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Installation methods.
C.
Shop Drawings:
1.
Drawings showing layout, profiles and product components, including anchorage, accessories and finish colors.
2.
Templates: After approval of shop drawings, submit lock templates to door and frame manufacturer(s) for fabrication.
D.
Quality Assurance Submittals: Refer to Quality Assurance requirements for information description.
1.
Certificates: Product certificates signed by manufacturer certifying materials comply with specified performance characteristics and criteria, and physical requirements.
 
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2.
Manufacturer's Field Reports: Manufacturer's field reports specified herein.
E.
Closeout Submittals:
1.
Operation and Maintenance Data.
2.
Warranty documents.
3.
Project record documents for installed materials.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
F.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
G.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square representing actual product, color, and patterns.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Add manufacturers qualification standards. Delete if not required.
 
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Minimum 5 year experience manufacturing similar systems.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Minimum 2 year experience installing and servicing electronic lock systems and acceptable to the manufacturer of the system.
C.
Regulatory requirements:
 
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1.
Building Codes: Comply with regulations of Authority Having Jurisdiction.
2.
Rated Assemblies: Furnish locksets for fire-rated openings in compliance with NFPA 80 and NFPA 101.
3.
Locking System Standards: Provide electronic locking system complying with the following:
a.
ANSI A156.13-18/987, including locks meeting ANSI Grade 1 standards.
b.
ADA Accessibility Standards.
c.
UL Security Standards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
D.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of manufacturing and installation workmanship.
1.
Provide installation in areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship and operation are approved by Architect.
E.
Pre-installation Meetings:
1.
Conduct pre-installation meeting to verify project requirements, substrate conditions, manufacturer's installation instructions and manufacturer's warranty requirements.
1.6
DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING
A.
System components, including locksets shall be stored in a dry temperature controlled environment.
1.7
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
1.8
MAINTENANCE MATERIAL SUBMITTALS
A.
Provide extra stock materials and deliver to Owner extra materials from same production run as products installed. Package products with protective covering and identify with descriptive labels. Comply with Section 01 78 23.19 - Preventative Maintenance Instructions.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Revise this Subparagraph to specify size and percentage required for project.
 
1.
Quantity: Furnish quantity of items listed equal to 5% of amount installed, not to exceed 20 of each of the following:
a.
Locks.
b.
Interior trim.
c.
Exterior trim.
d.
Handle sets.
2.
Delivery, Storage and Protection: Comply with Owner's requirements for delivery and storage of extra materials.
3.
Protect as follows:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit or expand the following Subparagraphs to suit project requirements.
 
a.
Cover exposed surfaces with pressure-sensitive heavy protection paper or apply strippable plastic coating before shipping to jobsite.
b.
Leave protective covering in place until final cleaning of building. Provide instructions for removal of protective covering.
c.
Protect in accordance with manufacturer's written instructions.
1.9
WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer/installer has responsibility for an extended Corrective Period for work of this Section for the period stated from date of Substantial Completion against all the conditions indicated below, and when notified in writing from Owner.
1.
Door locksets: 2 years.
2.
Card readers and electronic equipment: 2 years.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Onity , which is located at: 4001 Fairview Industrial Dr. S. E.; Salem, OR 97302; Toll Free Tel: 800-424-1433; Fax: 860-998-1035; Email: request info (moreinfo@onity.com); Web: en.onity.com
 
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B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system if not required.
 
2.2
COMMERCIAL WIRELESS ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
A.
Product: Integra CT30 Wireless Locking System.
B.
Furnish and install an electronic lock system, complete and including without limitation, the following components:
1.
Lock units with batteries.
2.
Software.
3.
Encoder and cables.
4.
Portable programmer.
5.
Accessories, as required.
6.
Special tools.
7.
Operating manuals.
8.
On-site training of staff.
C.
Manufactured Units:
1.
Electronic Lock.
a.
Keying: Locks opened by an authorized Magnetic, MIFARE , MIFARE Plus (R), DESFire EV1, or DESFive EV2 card.
b.
Lock capacity of up to 3000 individual cardholders.
c.
Lock internal audit trail - must include time, date, door identification, card holder identification and function performed.
d.
Programming of lock to be performed by portable programmer.
e.
Lock supports timed events and changes in modes of operation.
f.
Lock reader operates on standard high coercivity mag stripe and RFID cards.
g.
Lock operates on standard AA alkaline batteries that are available from any wholesale or retail source.
h.
Lock retains a non-volatile transaction memory.
i.
Lock operates by a motorized clutch.
j.
Lock utilizes freewheeling clutch operation.
k.
Lock permits free egress.
l.
Lock is be applicable in interior or exterior applications.
m.
Lock provides low battery indication.
n.
Locks offers cylindrical and mortise latches.
o.
Mortise lockset meets UL Fire Rating C through A.
p.
Batteries are accessible from the interior of the door.
q.
Mechanical override model accepts any ANSI standard 1 inch lock cylinder.
r.
Lock has the ability to be integrated with OnGuard software platform.
s.
Mortise grade: ANSI/BHMA A156.2 Certified, Grade 1.
t.
Mortise with deadbolt grade: ANSI/BHMA A156.25 Certified, Grade 1.
u.
Mortise without deadbolt grade: ANSI/BHMA A156.25 Certified, Grade 1.
v.
Cylindrical grade: ANSI/BHMA Certified, Grade 2.
w.
The lock supports Alternative Fire Code (AFC) functionality.
x.
The locks are Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant.
2.
Physical Characteristics:
a.
Weight- 7.8 lb. for cylindrical. 9.8 lb. for mortise.
b.
Lock dimensions - 9-1/2 inches by 3-1/8 inches by 3-1/4 inches.
c.
Key Override: C-keyway.
d.
Key Override: Small Format Interchangeable Core (SFIC).
e.
Trim Sets: Custom.626 - Satin Chrome.
f.
Trim Sets: Custom.606 - Satin Brass.
g.
Trim Sets: Custom.605 - Bright Brass.
h.
Trim Sets: Custom.609 - Antique Brass.
i.
Trim Sets: Custom.695 - Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
j.
Handle Sets: Removable type.
k.
Style: Toledo. Finish to match trim set finish.
l.
Style: Wing. Finish to match trim set finish.
m.
Style: Granada. Finish to match trim set finish.
 
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D.
Software.
a.
OS - Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10.
b.
Server - Windows Server 2008 / 2008 R2 / 2012.
c.
Database - SQL 2008 R2 / 2012 / 2014.
d.
Capacity of up to 65,000 cardholders and 65,000 doors.
e.
Programmable access levels.
f.
Capable of importing cardholder profiles.
g.
Capable of 32 programmable cardholder time zones that allow access only during specified hours and days.
h.
8-day week (with 8th day being designated for "Holiday" usage).
i.
Automatically adjust for Daylight Savings and Standard Time changes.
j.
Lock Audit Trail for date, local time, badge id, operator id, card issue code.
E.
Portable Programmer:
1.
Hand held unit powered by AA batteries with following characteristics:
a.
Memory storage: 300+ lock data and openings records simultaneously.
b.
Ability to upload/download programming information from software to locks.
c.
Communicate updates to lock functions.
d.
Perform diagnostic tests of locks.
e.
Capable of powering and opening the lock and activating a stand-alone reader.
f.
Capable of lock interrogation to provide the system with lock transaction log.
F.
Card Reader:
1.
Off-line and On-line Reader shall have the following characteristics.
a.
Support up to 3000 cardholders for off-line reader and 65,000 cardholders for on-line reader.
b.
Audit trail of up to 1184 entries in off-line reader and hard-drive memory available in on-line readers - must include time, date, door identification, card holder identification and function performed.
c.
Provide for timed events and changes in modes of operation.
d.
Reader that operates on standard high coercivity mag stripe and RFID keycards.
e.
Non-volatile transaction memory.
f.
All programming to be uploaded into off-line reader from Portable Programmer or directly from software into on-line reader.
g.
Audit trail that can be downloaded from off-line reader to Portable Programmer or directly to software from on-line reader.
h.
On-line reader with the ability to provide anti-passback function.
i.
Controller capable of controlling multiple readers.
j.
Card reader designed to be applicable in interior or exterior applications.
k.
Reader capable of performing timed events.
l.
Control unit with tamper indication.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system if not required.
 
2.3
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
A.
Product: HT28 Smart Lock System by Onity.
B.
General Description:
1.
System includes magnetic and smart card reader locks, system computer hardware, software and components, with magnetic stripe and smart cards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Exceptions are door assemblies with rim panic, H-Lock, and handle switches.
 
C.
Design Requirements:
1.
Electronic Lock:
a.
The lock shall accommodate a variety of finishes and handle styles.
b.
The lock shall have an automatic relock feature when the outside handle has been turned.
c.
The lock shall have a selectable extended ADA "open time" card access feature to facilitate the operation by a disabled end user.
2.
Latch/Lock Set:
a.
Mortise lockset shall conform to BHMA Grade One, and meet UL 10B Fire Rating.
b.
Deadbolt override cards for emergency level (programmable).
c.
Simultaneous retraction of deadbolt and latch bolt. 1 inch (25 mm) steel dead bolt and 3/4 inch (19 mm) anti-friction latch bolt.
d.
A dead latch shall block the latch.
e.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
D.
Performance Requirements:
1.
Provide front desk system and electronic locking manufactured and installed to maintain performance criteria specified without defects, damage or failure.
2.
Provide electronic locking system with the following:
a.
Complete programming and data storage, hardware and software, including processing unit with display, card encoder and workstations.
b.
Include workstation equipment connector package and cable; lock units; batteries; portable programmer for lock units; special tools; operating manuals; and guest and staff level cards.
E.
System Functions:
1.
Keying function: Locks shall be opened by a correctly coded card, upon removal after insertion. Use of a newly issued card shall automatically re-key the lock and void the previous card, and guest cards shall additionally self-cancel by date and time automatically. Perimeter door reader shall allow authorized guest cards.
2.
Lock function shall include the following:
a.
Refer to Door Schedule and Hardware Groups for control, locking/latching and opening rating requirements.
b.
Audit Trail in lock of last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
c.
Flash memory for future upgrades.
d.
Office/Passage Function by card or automatic by time for offices, entry doors or hospitality suite.
e.
Four standard AA alkaline batteries.
f.
Non-volatile memory-lock shall not lose program even if the batteries are removed.
g.
Low battery indicator.
h.
Multiple technology reader including: magstripe card, memory chip card, secured memory chip card, smart MPCOS (EMV standard) cards.
i.
Online revalidator.
3.
Card function shall include the following:
a.
5000 different master cards.
b.
Reusable ABA (American Banking Association) standard magstripe cards for guest, microprocessor smart cards for the staff.
c.
Staff cards shall be programmed to be valid only during shifts (200 timetables).
d.
All cards shall be time limited.
e.
Suite cards shall access multiple rooms.
f.
Guest card shall be programmed to operate up to 4 guest rooms and any number of common access doors.
g.
Staff cards shall be individualized to identify individual cardholder via lock audit.
F.
HT28 Smart Front Desk System:
1.
Software shall be installed in system manufacturer approved computer and shall be interfaced with the hotel property management system. System shall have the following:
a.
Password access to host computer.
b.
Transaction log of last 90 days on host computer.
c.
Back-up power supply/surge protector.
d.
Group check-in.
e.
Programming of cards for advanced check-in.
f.
Encoder shall be either insertion or motor driven.
g.
Encoder shall erase, encode and validate cards.
h.
Encoder shall be able to "read a card.".
i.
Encoder shall store key codes and keep back-up transaction of card in case of host computer breakdown.
j.
Back-up cards in case of catastrophic power or equipment failure.
k.
Portable programmer, password protected.
1)
Perform diagnostic check.
2)
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
l.
TCP/IP Interface.
G.
Elevator and Wall Reader: Elevator, wall reader shall be individual and time specific in foyer mode and will retain memory of last 500 entries in selective mode.
H.
Trim Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete custom trim not required. Retrofitting OS Locks to competitor's lock installations may involve special cover plates to hide existing holes in the door.
 
1.
Trim: Custom configuration based on project conditions as acceptable to the Architect.
I.
Handle Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete handle style not required.
 
1.
Style: Granada style.
2.
Style: Barcelona style.
3.
Style: Knob style.
4.
Style: Toledo style.
5.
Style: Jerez style.
6.
Style: Seville style.
7.
Style: Wing style.
8.
Custom Design Handle: Refer to drawings.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete lock finishes not required.
 
J.
Finishes:
1.
Lock Handle: Satin Brass.
2.
Lock Handle: Satin Chrome.
3.
Lock Handle: Antique Brass.
4.
Lock Handle: Polished Brass.
5.
Lock Handle: Polished Chrome.
6.
Lock Handle: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
7.
Lock Handle: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete trim finish not required.
 
8.
Trim: Satin Brass.
9.
Trim: Satin Chrome.
10.
Trim: Antique Brass.
11.
Trim: Polished Brass.
12.
Trim: Polished Chrome.
13.
Trim: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
14.
Trim: Satin Nickel.
 
** ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system if not required.
 
2.4
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
A.
Product: HT28/HT Advance Smart Lock System by Onity.
B.
General Description:
1.
System includes dual magnetic stripe and smart card reader locks, system computer hardware, software and components, with magnetic stripe or smart cards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Exceptions are door assemblies with rim panic, H-Lock, and handle switches.
 
C.
Design Requirements:
1.
Electronic Lock:
a.
The lock shall accommodate a variety of finishes and handle styles.
b.
The lock shall have an automatic relock feature when the outside handle has been turned.
c.
The lock shall have a selectable extended ADA "open time" card access feature to facilitate the operation by a disabled end user.
2.
Latch/Lock Set:
a.
Mortise lockset shall conform to BHMA Grade One, and meet UL 10B Fire Rating.
b.
Deadbolt override cards for emergency level (programmable).
c.
Simultaneous retraction of deadbolt and latch bolt. 1 inch (25 mm) steel dead bolt and 3/4 inch (19 mm) anti-friction latch bolt.
d.
A dead latch shall block the latch.
e.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
D.
Performance Requirements:
1.
Provide front desk system and electronic locking manufactured and installed to maintain performance criteria specified without defects, damage or failure.
2.
Provide electronic locking system with the following:
a.
Complete programming and data storage, hardware and software, including processing unit with display, card encoder and workstations.
b.
Include workstation equipment connector package and cable; lock units; batteries; portable programmer for lock units; special tools; operating manuals; and guest and staff level cards.
E.
System Functions:
1.
Keying function: Locks shall be opened by a correctly coded card, upon removal after insertion. Use of a newly issued card shall automatically re-key the lock and void the previous card, and guest cards shall additionally self-cancel by date and time automatically. Perimeter door reader shall allow authorized guest cards.
2.
Lock function shall include the following:
a.
HT28 and/or HT Advance dual technology lockset to be used with the HT28 Smart Lock System.
b.
Refer to Door Schedule and Hardware Groups for control, locking/latching and opening rating requirements.
c.
Audit Trail in lock of last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
d.
Flash memory for future upgrades.
e.
Office/Passage Function by card or automatic by time for offices, entry doors or hospitality suite.
f.
Four standard AA alkaline batteries.
g.
Non-volatile memory-lock shall not lose program even if the batteries are removed. Deadbolt override cards for emergency level and guest cards (programmable).
h.
Low battery indicator to staff card entries.
i.
Multiple technology reader including: magstripe card, memory chip card, secured memory chip card, smart MPCOS (EMV standard) cards.
j.
Online revalidator.
3.
Card function shall include the following:
a.
5000 different master cards.
b.
Reusable ABA (American Banking Association) standard magstripe cards for guest, microprocessor smart cards for the staff.
c.
Staff cards shall be programmed to be valid only during shifts (200 timetables).
d.
All cards shall be time limited.
e.
Suite cards shall access multiple rooms.
f.
Guest card shall be programmed to operate up to 4 rooms.
g.
Staff cards shall be individualized to identify individual cardholder via lock audit.
F.
HT28/HT ADVANCE Smart Front Desk System:
1.
Software shall be installed in system manufacturer approved computer and shall be interfaced with the hotel property management system. System shall have the following:
a.
Password access to host computer.
b.
Transaction log of last 90 days on host computer.
c.
Back-up power supply/surge protector.
d.
Group check-in.
e.
Programming of cards for advanced check-in.
f.
Encoder shall be either insertion or motor driven.
g.
Encoder shall erase, encode and validate cards.
h.
Encoder shall be able to "read a card.".
i.
Encoder shall store key codes and keep back-up transaction of card in case of host computer breakdown.
j.
Back-up cards in case of catastrophic power failure.
k.
Portable programmer, password protected.
1)
Perform diagnostic check.
2)
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
l.
TCP/IP Interface.
G.
Elevator and Wall Reader: Elevator and wall reader shall be individual and time specific in foyer mode and will retain memory of up to the last 500 entries in selective mode.
H.
Trim Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete custom trim not required. Retrofitting OS Locks to competitor's lock installations may involve special cover plates to hide existing holes in the door.
 
1.
Trim: Custom configuration based on project conditions as acceptable to the Architect.
I.
Handle Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete handle style not required.
 
1.
Style: Granada style.
2.
Style: Barcelona style.
3.
Style: Toledo style.
4.
Style: Jerez style.
5.
Style: Seville style.
6.
Style: Wing style.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete lock finishes not required.
 
J.
Finishes:
1.
Lock Handle: Satin Brass.
2.
Lock Handle: Satin Chrome.
3.
Lock Handle: Antique Brass.
4.
Lock Handle: Polished Brass.
5.
Lock Handle: Polished Chrome.
6.
Lock Handle: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
7.
Lock Handle: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete trim finish not required.
 
8.
Trim: Satin Brass.
9.
Trim: Satin Chrome.
10.
Trim: Antique Brass.
11.
Trim: Polished Brass.
12.
Trim: Polished Chrome.
13.
Trim: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
14.
Trim: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system not required.
 
2.5
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
A.
Product: HT24w Locking System by Onity.
B.
General Description:
1.
System includes magnetic or RFID card reader locks, system computer hardware, software and components, with magnetic stripe or RFID cards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Exceptions are door assemblies with rim panic, H-Lock, and handle switches.
 
C.
Design Requirements:
1.
Electronic Lock:
a.
The lock shall accommodate a variety of finishes and handle styles.
b.
The lock shall have an automatic relock feature when the outside handle has been turned.
c.
The lock shall have a selectable extended ADA "open time" card access feature to facilitate the operation by a disabled end user.
2.
Latch/Lock Set:
a.
Mortise lockset shall conform to BHMA Grade One, and meet UL 10B Fire Rating.
b.
Deadbolt override cards for emergency level (programmable).
c.
Simultaneous retraction of deadbolt and latch bolt. 1 inch (25 mm) steel dead bolt and 3/4 inch (19 mm) anti-friction latch bolt.
d.
A dead latch shall block the latch.
e.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
D.
Performance Requirements:
1.
Provide front desk system and electronic locking manufactured and installed to maintain performance criteria specified without defects, damage or failure.
2.
Provide electronic locking system with the following:
a.
Complete programming and data storage, hardware and software, including processing unit with display, card encoder and workstations.
b.
Include workstation equipment connector package and cable; lock units; batteries; portable programmer for lock units; special tools; operating manuals; and guest and staff level cards.
E.
System Functions:
1.
Keying function: Locks shall be opened by a correctly coded card, upon removal after insertion. Use of a newly issued card shall automatically re-key the lock and void the previous card, and guest cards shall additionally self-cancel by date and time automatically. Perimeter door reader shall allow authorized guest cards.
2.
Lock function shall provide the following:
a.
Refer to Door Schedule and Hardware Groups for control, locking/latching and opening rating requirements.
b.
Low battery indicator to staff card entries.
c.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
d.
Audit Trail in lock of last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
e.
Office/Passage Function by card or automatic by time for offices, entry doors or hospitality suite.
f.
Four standard AA alkaline batteries.
g.
Non-volatile memory-lock shall not lose program even if the batteries are removed.
3.
Card function shall include the following:
a.
5000 total masters.
b.
Reusable ABA (American Banking Association) standard magstripe cards for guest.
c.
Staff cards shall be programmed to be valid only during shifts.
d.
Cards shall be time limited.
e.
Suite cards shall access multiple rooms.
f.
Guest card shall be programmed to operate up to 4 rooms.
g.
Staff cards shall be individualized to identify individual cardholder via lock audit.
F.
HT24w Front Desk System:
1.
Software shall be installed in manufacturer approved computer and shall be interfaced with the hotel property management system. System shall have the following:
a.
Password access to host computer.
b.
Transaction log of last 90 days on host computer.
c.
Back-up power supply/surge protector.
d.
Group check-in.
e.
Programming of cards for advanced check-in.
f.
Encoder shall be either insertion, motor driven, or proximity.
g.
Encoder shall erase, encode and validate cards.
h.
Encoder shall be able to "read a card.".
i.
Encoder shall store key codes and keep back-up transaction of card in case of host computer breakdown.
j.
Back-up cards in case of catastrophic power failure.
k.
Password protected portable programmer.
l.
Perform diagnostic check.
m.
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
G.
Elevator and Wall Reader: Elevator, wall reader and verifier shall be individual and time specific in foyer mode and will retain memory of up to the last 500 entries in selective mode.
H.
Trim Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete custom trim not required. Retrofitting OS Locks to competitor's lock installations may involve special cover plates to hide existing holes in the door.
 
1.
Trim: Custom configuration based on project conditions as acceptable to the Architect.
I.
Handle Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete handle style not required.
 
1.
Style: Granada style.
2.
Style: Barcelona style.
3.
Style: Toledo style.
4.
Style: Jerez style.
5.
Style: Seville style.
6.
Style: Wing style.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete lock finishes not required.
 
J.
Finishes:
1.
Lock Handle: Satin Brass.
2.
Lock Handle: Satin Chrome.
3.
Lock Handle: Antique Brass.
4.
Lock Handle: Polished Brass.
5.
Lock Handle: Polished Chrome.
6.
Lock Handle: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
7.
Lock Handle: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete trim finish not required.
 
8.
Trim: Satin Brass.
9.
Trim: Satin Chrome.
10.
Trim: Antique Brass.
11.
Trim: Polished Brass.
12.
Trim: Polished Chrome.
13.
Trim: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
14.
Trim: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system if not required.
 
2.6
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
A.
Product: HT24w/HT Advance Locking System by Onity.
B.
General Description:
1.
System includes magnetic and smart card reader locks, system computer hardware, software and components, with magnetic stripe or RFID cards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Exceptions are door assemblies with rim panic, H-Lock, and handle switches.
 
C.
Design Requirements:
1.
Electronic Lock:
a.
The lock shall accommodate a variety of finishes and handle styles.
b.
The lock shall have an automatic relock feature when the outside handle has been turned.
c.
The lock shall have a selectable extended ADA "open time" card access feature to facilitate the operation by a disabled end user.
2.
Latch/Lock Set:
a.
Mortise lockset shall conform to BHMA Grade One, and meet UL 10B Fire Rating.
b.
Deadbolt override cards for emergency level (programmable).
c.
Simultaneous retraction of deadbolt and latch bolt. 1 inch (25 mm) steel dead bolt and 3/4 inch (19 mm) anti-friction latch bolt.
d.
A dead latch shall block the latch.
e.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
D.
Performance Requirements:
1.
Provide front desk system and electronic locking manufactured and installed to maintain performance criteria specified without defects, damage or failure.
2.
Provide electronic locking system with the following:
a.
Complete programming and data storage, hardware and software, including processing unit with display, card encoder and workstations.
b.
Include workstation equipment connector package and cable; lock units; batteries; portable programmer for lock units; special tools; operating manuals; and guest and staff level cards.
E.
System Functions:
1.
Keying function: Locks shall be opened by a correctly coded card, upon removal after insertion. Use of a newly issued card shall automatically re-key the lock and void the previous card, and guest cards shall additionally self-cancel by date and time automatically. Perimeter door reader shall allow authorized guest cards.
2.
Lock function shall provide the following:
a.
HT24 and/or HT Advance magnetic stripe or RFID lockset to be used with the HT24W Lock System.
b.
Refer to Door Schedule and Hardware Groups for control, locking/latching and opening rating requirements.
c.
Low battery indicator to staff card entries.
d.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
e.
Audit Trail in lock of last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
f.
Up to 250 "look ahead.".
g.
Office/Passage Function by card or automatic by time for offices, entry doors or hospitality suite.
h.
Four standard AA alkaline batteries.
i.
Non-volatile memory-lock shall not lose program even if the batteries are removed.
3.
Card function shall include the following:
a.
5000 total masters.
b.
Reusable ABA (American Banking Association) standard magstripe cards, MIFARE 1K or Ultralight RFID cards.
c.
Staff cards shall be programmed to be valid only during shifts.
d.
Cards shall be time limited.
e.
Suite cards shall access multiple rooms.
f.
Guest card shall be programmed to operate up to 4 rooms.
g.
Staff cards shall be individualized to identify individual cardholder via lock audit.
F.
HT24w/HT ADVANCE Front Desk System:
1.
Software shall be installed in manufacturer approved computer and shall be interfaced with the hotel property management system. System shall have the following:
a.
Password access to host computer.
b.
Transaction log of last 90 days on host computer.
c.
Back-up power supply/surge protector.
d.
Group check-in.
e.
Programming of cards for advanced check-in.
f.
Encoder shall be either insertion, motor driven, or proximity.
g.
Encoder shall erase, encode and validate cards.
h.
Encoder shall be able to "read a card.".
i.
Encoder shall store key codes and keep back-up transaction of card in case of host computer breakdown.
j.
Back-up cards in case of catastrophic power failure.
k.
Password protected portable programmer.
l.
Perform diagnostic check.
m.
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
G.
Elevator and Wall Reader: Elevator, wall reader and verifier shall be individual and time specific in foyer mode and will retain memory of up to the last 500 entries in selective mode.
H.
Trim Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete custom trim not required. Retrofitting OS Locks to competitor's lock installations may involve special cover plates to hide existing holes in the door.
 
1.
Trim: Custom configuration based on project conditions as acceptable to the Architect.
I.
Handle Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete handle style not required.
 
1.
Style: Granada style.
2.
Style: Barcelona style.
3.
Style: Toledo style.
4.
Style: Jerez style.
5.
Style: Seville style.
6.
Style: Wing style.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete lock finishes not required.
 
J.
Finishes:
1.
Lock Handle: Satin Brass.
2.
Lock Handle: Satin Chrome.
3.
Lock Handle: Antique Brass.
4.
Lock Handle: Polished Brass.
5.
Lock Handle: Polished Chrome.
6.
Lock Handle: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
7.
Lock Handle: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete trim finish not required.
 
8.
Trim: Satin Brass.
9.
Trim: Satin Chrome.
10.
Trim: Antique Brass.
11.
Trim: Polished Brass.
12.
Trim: Polished Chrome.
13.
Trim: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
14.
Trim: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete system not required.
 
2.7
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
A.
Product: HT22 Electronic Locking System by Onity.
B.
General Description:
1.
System includes magnetic and RFID card reader locks, system hardware, software and components, with magnetic stripe or RFID cards.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Exceptions are door assemblies with rim panic, H-Lock, and handle switches.
 
C.
Design Requirements:
1.
Electronic Lock:
a.
The lock shall accommodate a variety of finishes and handle styles.
b.
The lock shall have an automatic relock feature when the outside handle has been turned.
c.
The lock shall have a selectable extended ADA "open time" card access feature to facilitate the operation by a disabled end user.
2.
Latch/Lock Set:
a.
Mortise lockset shall conform to BHMA Grade One, and meet UL 10B Fire Rating.
b.
Deadbolt override cards for emergency level (programmable).
c.
Simultaneous retraction of deadbolt and latch bolt. 1 inch (25 mm) steel dead bolt and 3/4 inch (19 mm) anti-friction latch bolt.
d.
A dead latch shall block the latch.
e.
Exterior door applications shall have special weather protection package.
D.
Performance Requirements:
1.
Provide front desk system and electronic locking manufactured and installed to maintain performance criteria specified without defects, damage or failure.
2.
Provide electronic locking system with the following:
a.
Complete programming and data storage, hardware and software, including processing unit with display, card encoder and workstations.
b.
Include workstation equipment connector package and cable; lock units; batteries; portable programmer for lock units; special tools; operating manuals; and guest and staff level cards.
E.
System Functions:
1.
Keying function: Locks shall be opened by a correctly coded card, upon removal after insertion. Use of a newly issued card shall automatically re-key the lock and void the previous card, and guest cards shall additionally self-cancel by date and time automatically. Perimeter door reader shall allow authorized guest cards. Cancelled card shall not access perimeter reader.
2.
Lock function shall provide the following:
a.
HT24 and/or HT Advance magnetic stripe lockset to be used with the HT28 Smart Lock System.
b.
Refer to Door Schedule and Hardware Groups for control, locking/latching and opening rating requirements.
c.
Audit Trail in lock of last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
d.
Office/Passage Function by card or automatic by time for offices, entry doors or hospitality suite.
e.
Four standard AA alkaline batteries.
f.
Non-volatile memory-lock shall not lose program even if the batteries are removed.
g.
15 levels per lock; 100 total master types.
h.
Low battery indicator for staff card entries.
3.
Card function shall include the following:
a.
All cards shall be time limited.
b.
Reusable ABA (American Banking Association) standard mag-stripe cards, MIFARE 1K or Ultralight RFID cards.
c.
Staff cards shall be programmed to be valid only during shifts.
d.
Suite cards shall access multiple rooms.
e.
Guest card shall be programmed to operate up to 3 rooms.
F.
HT22 Front Desk System:
1.
Microprocessor based Front Desk Console shall have the following:
a.
Password access to host computer.
b.
Transaction log of last 5000 transactions on host computer.
c.
Encoder shall be either insertion or motor driven.
d.
Encoder shall encode and validate cards.
e.
Encoder shall be able to "read a card.".
f.
Back-up cards in case of catastrophic power failure.
g.
Portable programmer, including password protected and shall be able to program up to 500 locks. Shall be separate from the Front Desk Controller HT22.
1)
Set time clock.
2)
Perform diagnostic check.
3)
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
h.
Front Desk Controller shall have "Hot" keys for front desk check-in type function.
i.
Front Desk Controller shall have capacity of adding up to 7 auxiliary stations that communicate with Primary Front Desk Controller in order to prevent double issuing keys for rooms.
j.
Networked system shall support up to 8 stations and 8 online readers.
k.
Support up to 500 rooms.
G.
OnPoint Front Desk System:
1.
Microprocessor based Front Desk Console shall have the following:
a.
Support for up to 350 rooms.
b.
Hotel Operator Management including selective lock support.
c.
Swappable insertion, motor driven, and RFID encoding decks for easy upgrades.
d.
LoCo Insertion and HiCo motorized magnetic stripe encoding deck options.
e.
Multi-application support via programmable RFID sectors.
f.
Web based technical support option.
g.
PMS on Serial port as well as TCP/IP network port.
h.
MiFare Classic and Ultralight keycard support.
i.
TCP/IP connectivity between encoders.
j.
Networked and synchronized connectivity of up to 8 child encoders per parent encoder.
k.
System back up by child encoder taking over as parent in case of power failure.
l.
Programming, Spare, Blocking, Guest Cancelling, Master Cancelling, Diagnostic, and Safe card support.
m.
SD card, USB, Network drive options for system back up.
n.
PMS diagnosis and Diagnosis audit options.
o.
Auto check out feature.
p.
Suite and sub-suite functionality with support for Safes.
q.
Ability to print locking plan from Technical Support Application.
r.
Transaction log with automated Move to Historic feature.
s.
Portable programmer on USB port shall:
1)
Set time clock.
2)
Perform diagnostic check.
3)
Interrogate up to last 500 entries, including time, date and card identification.
t.
Encoder shall interface with mini 10-key usb keypad.
u.
Stylus option for easy touch screen navigation.
v.
Distributor login and password feature.
w.
Multi language support - French, Spanish, Simplified Chinese.
H.
Wall Reader: Wall reader shall be individual and time specific. Provide power with battery back-up.
I.
Trim Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete custom trim not required. Retrofitting OS Locks to competitor's lock installations may involve special cover plates to hide existing holes in the door.
 
1.
Trim: Custom configuration based on project conditions as acceptable to the Architect.
J.
Handle Sets:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete handle style not required.
 
1.
Style: Granada style.
2.
Style: Barcelona style.
3.
Style: Toledo style.
4.
Style: Jerez style.
5.
Style: Seville style.
6.
Style: Wing style.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete lock finishes not required.
 
K.
Finishes:
1.
Lock Handle: Satin Brass.
2.
Lock Handle: Satin Chrome.
3.
Lock Handle: Antique Brass.
4.
Lock Handle: Polished Brass.
5.
Lock Handle: Polished Chrome.
6.
Lock Handle: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
7.
Lock Handle: Satin Nickel.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete trim finish not required.
 
8.
Trim: Satin Brass.
9.
Trim: Satin Chrome.
10.
Trim: Antique Brass.
11.
Trim: Polished Brass.
12.
Trim: Polished Chrome.
13.
Trim: Dark Bronze Powder Coat.
14.
Trim: Satin Nickel.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Compliance: Comply with manufacturer's product data, including product technical bulletins, product catalogue installation instructions and product carton instructions for installation.
1.
Templates: After approval of shop drawings, furnish lock templates to door and frame manufacturer for fabrication.
B.
Site Verification of Conditions: Verify substrate conditions are acceptable for product installation in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
1.
Verify doors and areas where equipment is to be installed are in compliance with electronic locking system manufacturer's requirements.
C.
Do not begin installation until areas, supporting construction and substrates have been properly prepared.
D.
If preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
B.
Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.3
CARD ACCESS SYSTEM INSTALLATION
A.
Comply with manufacturer's written instructions and recommendations for installation of system components.
B.
Install electronic lock units as directed.
C.
Check and adjust operation of lock units in place, to ensure proper latching and locking.
D.
Replace units if any are not fully functional as received.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.4
SPECIAL FUNCTION HARDWARE INSTALLATION
A.
Coordinate special function hardware work with work of other trades for proper time and sequence to avoid construction delays.
B.
Install special function hardware in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain paragraphs below that conform to project requirements.
 
C.
Guest Doors: Install electronic lock units at locations as scheduled.
D.
Back of House Doors: Install electronic lock units at locations as scheduled.
E.
Egress Doors: Install electronic locking system on egress doors in compliance with regulatory agency requirement for emergency operation and latching.
F.
Rated Doors: Install electronic locking system on rated doors in compliance with regulatory agency requirement for rated assembly.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
3.5
HOSPITALITY DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM INSTALLATION
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Electronic Locking System Installation:
1.
Guest doors: Install electronic lock units at the locations as scheduled.
2.
Back of house doors: Install electronic lock units at the locations as scheduled.
3.
Egress doors: Install electronic locking system on egress doors in compliance with regulatory agency requirement for emergency operation and latching.
4.
Rated doors: Install electronic locking system on rated doors in compliance with regulatory agency requirement for rated assembly.
3.6
DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify installer or manufacturer requirements for demonstrating proper equipment operation.
 
A.
Demonstration:
1.
Coordinate requirements for demonstration of system..
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Specify installer or manufacturer requirements to train owner's personnel in equipment operation and maintenance for ongoing facility management and maintenance.
 
B.
Training:
1.
Instruct Owner's designated maintenance personnel in care, adjustment and operation of special function hardware.
2.
Provide competent instructor for not less than four-hour training session(s) after completion and acceptance of work.
3.
Forward statement to Owner countersigned by maintenance personnel confirming that these instructions have been provided.
3.7
ADJUSTING
A.
Adjusting: Check and adjust operation of lock units in place, to ensure proper latching and locking. Replace units if any are not fully functional as received.
3.8
CLEANING
A.
Cleaning: Remove temporary coverings and protection of adjacent work areas. Repair or replace damaged installed products. Clean installed products in accordance with manufacturer's instructions prior to Owner's acceptance. Remove construction debris from project site and legally dispose of debris.
3.9
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION