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SECTION 28 16 00
INTRUSION DETECTION
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Honeywell Security and Fire; security and automation solutions, intrusion detection.
This section is based on the products of Honeywell Security and Fire:
Toll Free Tel: 800-323-4576
Email: hissales@honeywell.com
Web: www.security.honeywell.com
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Honeywell is a leading global manufacturer of security and automation solutions for residential and commercial applications. From intrusion, fire and home automation systems, to the latest in IP video and access control, we are focused on technologies that create "connected homes" and "connected buildings."
With our extensive technology portfolio, experienced team and trusted brand, we have been recognized as the "partner of choice" in the security industry. Year after year, a Security Distributing and Marketing magazine reader survey has ranked Honeywell as the industry's preferred channel partner.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
Burglary/access control/CCTV intrusion detection system.
B.
Intrusion detection cables.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
B.
Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
C.
Section 27 11 23 - Communications Cable Management and Ladder Rack.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The references below are for Model V20P only. Delete this paragraph if using a different model. Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
Reference Standards: Provide systems which meet or exceed the requirements of the following publications and organizations as applicable to the Work of this Section:
1.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL):
a.
UL 365: Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
b.
UL 609: Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
c.
UL 636: Holdup Alarm Units and Systems.
d.
UL 684: Local, Central Station, and Remote Station.
e.
UL 985: Household Fire-Warning System Units
f.
UL 1037: Antitheft Alarms and Devices
g.
UL 1610: Central-Station Burglar-Alarm Units.
h.
UL 1635: Installation and Classification of Residential Burglar Alarm Systems.
2.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
a.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 15: Radio Frequency Devices.
b.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 68: Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network.
1.4
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The references below are for Model V21iP only. Delete this paragraph if using a different model. Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
Reference Standards: Provide systems which meet or exceed the requirements of the following publications and organizations as applicable to the Work of this Section:
1.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL):
a.
UL 365: Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
b.
UL 609: Local Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
c.
UL 985: Household Fire-Warning System Units
2.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
a.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 15: Radio Frequency Devices.
b.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 68: Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network.
1.5
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The references below are for Models V128BPT or V260BPT only. Delete this paragraph if using a different model. Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
Reference Standards: Provide systems which meet or exceed the requirements of the following publications and organizations as applicable to the Work of this Section:
1.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL):
a.
UL 365: Police Station Connected Burglar Alarm Units and Systems.
b.
UL 636: Holdup Alarm Units and Systems.
c.
UL 684: Local, Central Station, and Remote Station.
d.
UL 985: Household Fire-Warning System Units
e.
UL 1037: Antitheft Alarms and Devices
f.
UL 1610: Central-Station Burglar-Alarm Units.
g.
UL 1635: Installation and Classification of Residential Burglar Alarm Systems.
2.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC):
a.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 15: Radio Frequency Devices.
b.
Code of Federal Regulations Title 47: Part 68: Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network.
1.6
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Manufacturer's Product Data: Submit manufacturer's data sheets indicating systems and components proposed for use, including instruction manuals.
C.
Shop Drawings: Submit complete shop drawings including connection diagrams for interfacing equipment, list of connected equipment, and locations for major equipment components.
D.
Record Drawings: During construction maintain record drawings indicating location of equipment and wiring. Submit an electronic version of record drawings not later than Substantial Completion of the project.
E.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit manufacturer's operation and maintenance data, customized to the system installed. Include system and operator manuals.
F.
Field Tests: Submit results of field testing of every device including date, testing personnel, retesting date if applicable, and confirmation that every device passed field testing.
G.
Maintenance Service Agreement: Submit a sample copy of the manufacturer's maintenance service agreement, including cost and services for a one year period for Owner's review. Maintenance shall include, but not be limited to, labor and materials to repair the system, provide test and adjustments, and regular inspections.
H.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, represent actual product, color, and patterns.
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer: Minimum ten years of experience in manufacturing and maintaining similar systems. Alarm manufacturer shall be certified compliant with ISO 9001.
B.
Installer: Minimum two years of experience installing similar systems, and acceptable to the manufacturer.
 
** 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.
 
C.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
3.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.8
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver materials in manufacturer's labeled packages. Store and handle in accordance with manufacturer's requirements, in a facility with environmental conditions within recommended limits.
B.
Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.
1.9
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.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Honeywell Security and Fire. Toll Free Tel: 800-323-4576; Email: hissales@honeywell.com; Web: www.security.honeywell.com.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
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 if not required.
 
2.2
INTRUSION DETECTION CONTROL PANELS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Basis of Design System not required.
 
A.
Basis-of-design shall be the Honeywell VISTA 20P Burglary System:
1.
Listed for UL Commercial Burglary.
2.
The control panel shall be a two (2)-partition, UL commercial burglary control panel that supports up to 48 zones using basic hardwired, zone expanders, and wireless zones. It shall also provide supervision of the bell output, RF receivers, and relay modules. In addition, the control shall provide the ability to schedule time-driven events, and allow certain operations to be automated by pressing a single button. The system shall be capable of interfacing with an ECP long range radio (LRR) unit that can send Contact ID messages, and alphanumeric paging devices.
3.
System Power - The Fire and Burglary Alarm System shall operate using standard 120 volts AC, 50/60 Hz power.
a.
Control Primary Power - Transformer power shall be 16.5 VAC, 40VA.
b.
Backup Battery - A rechargeable 12 VDC, gel type, lead acid backup battery shall be provided. The battery shall be rated between 7 and 34-ampere hours (AH).
c.
Alarm Power - Alarm power shall be 12 VDC, 1.0 amps for each bell output
d.
Auxiliary Standby Power - Standby power shall be 12 VDC, 600 mA maximum.
e.
Fusing - The battery input, auxiliary, and bell outputs shall be protected using PTC circuit breakers. All outputs shall be power limited.
4.
Communications Options
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select One of the following five paragraphs, Delete the other options.
 
a.
Internet reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station via the internet using Alarmnet-I and the Honeywell model 7847i internet communicator. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted with a minimum of 256 bits of encryption.
b.
GSM/GPRS reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station by way of wireless GSM/GPRS using Alarmnet-GSM/GPRS service. The installer shall furnish a Honeywell model GSMX4G or equivalent. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted.
c.
Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet-I and the AlarmNet-G Communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMV4G transmitter or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
d.
High Security, Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMHS4G communicator or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a high-security two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the high-security two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
e.
CDMA reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station by way of wireless CDMA using AlarmNet service. The installer shall furnish a Honeywell model CDMA-X or equivalent. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted.
5.
User interface options:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one or more of the following options, Delete any items not required.
 
a.
Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6160 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
b.
Premium Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, reverse display alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6460 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
c.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6280 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
d.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display, ZWAVE, IP Camera, Remote control support: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Screen keypad or equivalent. The keypad shall feature the ability to integrate with up to 232 ZWAVE devices, and 32 compatible IP Cameras. The Touch Screen keypad shall provide a web page on the Local Area Network featuring system status and remote control functions. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
B.
Basis-of-design shall be the Honeywell VISTA 21iP Burglary System:
1.
ETL listed for Residential Fire and Burglary and Commercial Burglary
2.
The control panel shall be a two (2)-partition, ETL listed commercial burglary control panel that supports up to 48 zones using basic hardwired, zone expanders, and wireless zones. It shall also provide supervision of the bell output, RF receivers, and relay modules. In addition, the control shall provide the ability to schedule time-driven events, and allow certain operations to be automated by pressing a single button. The system shall be capable of interfacing with an ECP long range radio (LRR) unit that can send Contact ID messages, and alphanumeric paging devices. The control shall provide integrated access control and CCTV-switching capability. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate.
3.
System Power - The Fire and Burglary Alarm System shall operate using standard 120 volts AC, 50/60 Hz power.
a.
Control Primary Power - Transformer power shall be 16.5 VAC, 40VA.
b.
Backup Battery - A rechargeable 12 VDC, gel type, lead acid backup battery shall be provided. The battery shall be rated between 4 and 34-ampere hours (AH).
c.
Alarm Power - Alarm power shall be 12 VDC, 2.0 amps for each bell output
d.
Auxiliary Standby Power - Standby power shall be 12 VDC, 600 mA maximum.
e.
Fusing - The battery input, auxiliary, and bell outputs shall be protected using PTC circuit breakers. All outputs shall be power limited.
C.
Communication Options.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select One of the following five paragraphs, Delete the other options.
 
1.
Internet reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station via the internet using Alarmnet-I using its built-in internet communicator. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted with a minimum of 256 bits of encryption.
2.
GSM/GPRS reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station by way of wireless GSM/GPRS using Alarmnet-GSM/GPRS service. The installer shall furnish a Honeywell model VISTA-GSM or equivalent. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted.
3.
Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet-I and the AlarmNet-G Communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMV4G transmitter or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
4.
High Security, Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMHS4G communicator or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a high-security two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the high-security two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
5.
CDMA reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station by way of wireless CDMA using AlarmNet service. The installer shall furnish a Honeywell model CDMA-X or equivalent. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted.
D.
User interface options
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one or more of the following options, Delete any items not required.
 
1.
Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6160 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
2.
Premium Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, reverse display alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6460 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
3.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6280 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
4.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display, ZWAVE, IP Camera, Remote control support: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Screen keypad or equivalent. The keypad shall feature the ability to integrate with up to 232 ZWAVE devices, and 32 compatible IP Cameras. The Touch Screen keypad shall provide a web page on the Local Area Network featuring system status and remote control functions. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
E.
The Control Panel shall be enclosed in a metal cabinet, suitable for wall mounting. The dimensions shall not exceed 14.5 inches (36.8 cm) in height, 12.5 inches (31.8 cm) in width or 3 inches (7.6 cm) in depth.
F.
Environmental Conditions - The System shall be designed to meet the following environmental conditions.
1.
Storage Temperature - The system shall be designed for a storage temperature of -10 degree C to 70 degree C.
2.
Operating Temperature - The system shall be designed for an operating temperature of 0 degree C to 50 degree (32 degree F to 120 degree F).
3.
Humidity - The system shall be designed for normal operation in an 85% relative humidity environment.
4.
Electromagnetic Interference - The system shall meet or exceed the requirements of FCC Part 15, Class B devices, FCC Part 68, IEC EMC directive.
G.
Control Panel:
1.
Compatible Detection Devices: Conventional.
2.
Partitions: 2.
3.
System Users: 48.
4.
Access Readers: 0.
5.
Total Inputs: 48.
6.
Onboard Inputs: 8.
7.
Addressable Inputs: 40.
8.
Wireless Inputs: 40.
9.
Onboard Communication: Digital Dialer, TCP/IP.
10.
Communication Choices: Digital Dialer, TCP/IP, GSM.
11.
Event Log: 100.
12.
Basic Hardwired Zones - The control shall provide eight (8) style-B hardwire zones with the following characteristics:
a.
EOLR supervision (if required for zones 1-8): Shall support N.O. or N.C. sensors (EOLR supervision required for UL installations).
b.
Individually assignable to one of two (2) partitions.
c.
Supports up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on one selected zone.
d.
Supports four-wire smoke or heat detectors on any zone (power to four-wire smoke detectors must be supervised with an EOL device).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Expansion zones are optional. Delete if not required.
 
13.
Expansion Zones:
a.
ECP Zone Expansion - The control shall support up to 40 additional hardwire zones using a built-in four-wire polling (ECP) loop interface. The polling loop shall provide power and data to remote point modules, and constantly monitor the status of all zones on the loop. The polling loop zones shall have the following characteristics:
1)
Interface with RPM (Remote Point Module) devices that provide Class B, Style Y (e.g., 4219).
2)
Individually assignable to one of two (2) partitions.
3)
Supervised by the control panel.
b.
Wireless Expansion - The control shall support up to 40 wireless zones using a 5800 series RF receiver (fewer if using hardwire and/or polling loop zones). Wireless zones shall have the following characteristics:
1)
Supervised by control panel for check-in signals (except certain non-supervised transmitters).
2)
Tamper-protection for supervised zones.
3)
Individually assignable to one of eight (8) partitions.
4)
Supports wireless devices listed for Commercial Burglary using the 5881ENHC RF Receiver.
14.
Partitions - The control shall provide the ability to operate two (2) separate areas, each functioning as if it had its own control.
15.
User Codes - The control shall accommodate 48 user codes, all of which can operate any or all partitions. Certain characteristics must be assignable to each user code, as follows:
a.
Authority level (Master, Manager, or several other Operator levels). Each User Code (other than the installer code) shall be capable of being assigned the same or a different level of authority for each partition that it will operate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Reporting to central station is optional. Delete if not required.
 
b.
Opening/Closing central station reporting.
c.
Specific partitions that the code can operate.
d.
Global arming capability (ability to arm all partitions the code has access to in one command).
e.
Use of an RF (button) to arm and disarm the system (RF key must first be enrolled into the system).
16.
Peripheral Devices - The control shall support up to 16 addressable ECP devices, which can be any combination of keypads, RF receivers, relay modules, annunciator modules, and interactive phone modules. Peripheral devices have the following characteristics:
a.
Each device set to an individual address according to the device's instructions.
b.
Each device enabled in system programming.
c.
Each device's address shall be supervisable (via programming).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** VISTA 20P Control Panel. Delete if not required.
 
17.
Keypad/Annunciator - The control shall accommodate up to sixteen (16) keypads or five (5) touch-screen (i.e., advanced user interface) keypads. The keypads shall be capable of the following:
a.
Performing all system arming functions.
b.
Being assigned to any partition.
c.
Providing four programmable single-button function keys, which can be used for:
1)
Panic Functions - activated by wired and wireless keypads; reported separately by partition.
2)
Keypad Macros - 32 keypad macro commands per system (each macro is a series of keypad commands). Assignable to the A, B, C, and D keys by partition.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** VISTA 21iP Control Panel. Delete if not required.
 
18.
Keypad/Annunciator - The control shall accommodate up to eight (8) keypads or four (4) touch-screen (i.e., advanced user interface) keypads. The keypads shall be capable of the following:
a.
Performing all system arming functions.
b.
Being assigned to any partition.
c.
Providing four programmable single-button function keys, which can be used for:
1)
Panic Functions - activated by wired and wireless keypads; reported separately by partition.
2)
Keypad Macros - 32 keypad macro commands per system (each macro is a series of keypad commands). Assignable to the A, B, C, and D keys by partition.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Output relays are optional. Delete if not required.
 
19.
Output Relays - A total of 16 relay outputs shall be accommodated using relay modules. Each relay module shall provide four (4) Form C (normally open and normally closed) relays for general-purpose use or two (2) Class-B, Style-Y supervised notification appliance circuit outputs, when using the 4204CF module. The relays shall be capable of being:
a.
Programmed to activate in response to system events.
b.
Programmed to activate using time intervals.
c.
Activated manually.
d.
Assigned an alpha descriptor.
e.
Used for Class B, Style-Y supervised bell outputs (4204CF module).
f.
Use of 4204 (ECP) relays.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Keyswitch is optional. Delete if not required.
 
20.
Keyswitch - The control shall support the ADEMCO 4146 Keyswitch on any one of the system's 8 partitions. If used, zone 7 is no longer available as a protection zone.
21.
Voltage Triggers - The system shall provide voltage triggers, which change state for different conditions. Used with LRR (Long Range Radio) equipment or other devices such as a remote keypad sounder, keyswitch ARMED and READY LEDs, or a printer to print the system's event log.
22.
Event Log - The System shall maintain a log of different event types (enabled in programming). The event log shall provide the following characteristics:
a.
Stores up to 100 events.
b.
Viewable at the keypad or through the use of Compass software.
23.
Scheduling - Provides the following scheduling capabilities:
a.
Open/close schedules (for control of arming/disarming and reporting).
b.
Holiday schedules (allows different time windows for open/close schedules).
c.
Timed events (for activation of relays, auto-bypassing and un-bypassing, auto-arming and disarming, etc.).
d.
Access schedules (for limiting system access to users by time)
e.
End User Output Programming Mode (provides 20 timers for relay control).
f.
The system shall automatically adjust for daylight savings time.
24.
Communication Features - Supports the following formats and features for the primary and secondary central station receivers:
a.
Formats
1)
ADEMCO Low Speed (Standard or Expanded).
2)
Sescoa/Radionics.
3)
ADEMCO Express.
4)
ADEMCO High Speed.
5)
ADEMCO Contact ID.
b.
Backup Reporting: The system shall support backup reporting via the following:
1)
Secondary phone number.
2)
ECP long range radio (LRR) interface.
3)
Ability to select long range radio (LRR) or dialup as the primary reporting method (dynamic signaling feature).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Audio alarm verification is optional. Delete if not required.
 
25.
Audio Alarm Verification; Provides a programmable Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) that can be used in conjunction with an output relay to permit voice dialog between an operator at the central station and a person at the premises.
26.
Cross-Zoning Capability - Helps prevent false alarms by preventing a zone from going into alarm unless its cross-zone is also faulted within 5 minutes.
27.
Pager Interface - The Control Panel shall be capable of sending event information to an alphanumeric pager via a VA-8201 pager interface device.
28.
Exit Error False Alarm Prevention Feature - The System shall be capable of differentiating between an actual alarm and an alarm caused by leaving an entry/exit door open. If not subsequently disarmed, the control panel shall:
a.
Bypass the faulted E/E zone(s) and/or interior zones and arm the system.
b.
Generate an Exit Error report by user and by zone so the central station knows it was an exit alarm and who caused it.
29.
Programming - The Control shall be capable of being programmed locally or remotely using the ADEMCO Compass Downloader and shall be capable of:
a.
Uploading and downloading all programming information at 300 baud.
b.
Uploading and displaying firmware revision levels from the control.
H.
Conventional Detection Devices. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain the first subparagraph below if using conventional detection devices.
 
1.
Grouped Zone Inputs - System zone inputs allow the system to sense the change in state of an output from an external device, such as a door/window position sensor, a motion detector, a relay output from an appliance, the output of an external alert system, or other devices that provide a dry closure output. System zone inputs shall be available for connection of sensing devices at the control panel and 4219 zone expander modules located at designated locations. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete input devices not required.
 
2.
Wood Frame Doors, Concealed Sensor, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 951WG Recessed sensor or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
3.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door/window Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
4.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and windows, concealed, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 947-75T concealed sensor, equipped with the steel door adapter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
6.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door/window Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, conventional- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
9.
Filled Steel Frame Doors, Exposed, Armored, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
10.
Roof Hatches, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches and access doors to the roof of the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
11.
Hatches, Exposed, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
12.
Overhead Doors - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of overhead bay doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 957 Overhead Door sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
13.
Glass Break Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625T Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
14.
Glass Break Detector, Conventional, Flush-mounted - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625RFM Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
15.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model IS280CM Ceiling Mounted Passive Infrared Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
16.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model IS3035 Passive Infrared Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
17.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT8050 Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
18.
DUAL-TEC Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT6360STC Ceiling Mounted DUAL TEC Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
19.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, anti-mask, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT-906 Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent with anti-mask detection capabilities. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
20.
Vibration Sensors - The system shall include Vibration Sensors where designated. When the sensor detects vibration, the sensor shall send messages indicating the fault to the control panel. The model number of the vibration sensor is the Honeywell SC100 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
21.
Temperature Threshold Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, server rooms, classrooms or other areas where temperature threshold notification is critical. For each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Honeywell TS300 Temperature Threshold detector and T280R Temperature Probe or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
22.
Leak, Flood, Water Level - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 470-12 Water Sensor and FP280 or 470PB Water Probe, or equivalent. The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
23.
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a System Sensor CO1224 Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
24.
Natural Gas Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use natural gas detectors to sense high levels of natural gas. Locations for natural gas detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each natural gas detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Macurco MA-GD2A natural gas detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
25.
Panic and Emergency Buttons - The system shall include manual panic buttons under desks, in storage rooms, in walk-in refrigeration units and other designated locations. The panic button shall be the Honeywell Model 269R or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
26.
Holdup Device - Foot Rail, Conventional - The system shall include Foot Rail Devices on the floor below the customer service station or below designated desks within the protected location. The Foot Rail devices are the Honeywell Model 266 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
27.
Holdup Device - Bill Trap, Conventional - The system shall include Bill Trap Devices inside of money drawers in customer service areas. The Bill trap devices are the Honeywell Model 264 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
28.
Safe or Vault Protection: Monitor the status of the Safe. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC100 or equivalent where designated.
29.
ATM and Cabinet Protection: Monitor the status of the ATM or file cabinet. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC105 or equivalent where designated.
30.
Photo Beam, 100 Feet, conventional - The system shall monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model CK-IB100D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
31.
Photo Beam, 200 Feet, conventional - The system shall monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model IB200D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
I.
Wireless Detection Devices. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain the first three subparagraphs below if using wireless detection devices.
 
1.
Wireless Receivers for Commercial Applications - The system shall include one Commercial Wireless Receiver where designated. The wireless receiver shall be UL Listed, Factory Mutual Approved, MEA Listed, and CSFM Listed for the application. The wireless receiver shall receive messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the receiver is Honeywell 5881ENHC or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
2.
Wireless Repeaters for Commercial Applications - The system shall include Commercial Wireless Repeaters where designated. The wireless repeater shall be UL Listed for the application. The wireless repeater shall receive and forward messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the repeater is Honeywell 5800RP or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
3.
5817CB Universal Transmitter for zone inputs. The system shall include Wireless transmitters where designated. When the device is triggered and normal, the wireless transmitter shall send messages indicating the state of the device to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The transmitter shall be model number 5817CB or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete input devices not required.
 
4.
Wireless Door Sensors for Wood Jambs, concealed - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Wood Jamb Doors where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each door sensor shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the wireless door sensor is the 5818MN or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door Sensor, and a 5817CB wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
6.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Wireless Door Sensors for Hollow Metal Door Frames, concealed - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Hollow Metal Jamb Doors where designated. The when the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each door sensor shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the 947-75T and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
9.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
10.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
11.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Exposed sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
12.
Wireless Door Sensors for Roof Hatches, exposed, Armored - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Roof Hatches where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each wireless transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, a back tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location, or when opened. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the Ademco 960 and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
13.
Hatch doors, exposed, wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
14.
Wireless Door Sensors for Overhead Rollup Doors - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Overhead Rollup Doors where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each wireless transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, a back tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location, or when opened. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the ADEMCO 957 and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system
15.
Glass Break Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5853 Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
16.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5800PIR-COM Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
17.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5898 Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
18.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Curtain, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5898 Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
19.
Temperature Threshold Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, server rooms, classrooms or other areas where temperature threshold notification is critical. For each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell 5821 wireless temperature alarm transmitter and a Honeywell TS280R Temperature probe or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
20.
Leak, Flood, Water Level, Wireless - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 5821 Water Sensor with a FP280 remote probe or equivalent. The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
21.
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a System Sensor CO1224 Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
22.
Holdup Device - Two-button, Conventional - The system shall include Two-button Holdup Devices at customer windows. The holdup devices shall be the Honeywell Model 268 two-button holdup button or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
23.
Asset Protection, Wireless - Selected indoor assets within the protected site will use wireless indoor asset protection devices to sense protected object Asset Protection. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5870API Wireless Asset Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
24.
Outdoor Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall, Post, or Pole-mounted, Wireless - Selected outdoor areas in the protected site will use outdoor motion detectors to sense motion. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5800PIR-OD Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
J.
SPECIAL ALERT SYSTEMS
1.
Server Room Alert Systems - The system shall be provide sensing of critical conditions within the server room. The system shall alert the user when the temperature is too high, when the humidity is too high, when air conditioning condensation drip pans require draining and when there is an extended power failure.
2.
Kitchen Alert Systems - The system shall be provide sensing of critical conditions within the kitchen or food processing facility. The system shall alert the user when the temperature is too high, when the humidity is too high, when air conditioning condensation drip pans require draining and when there is an extended power failure.
3.
Safe or Vault Protection - The system shall monitor the status of the Safe. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
4.
Vending Machine Protection - The system shall monitor the status of the Vending Machine. For each Vending Machine, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Gas Water Heater Alert Systems - The system shall provide sensing of critical conditions within the water heater room. The system shall alert the user in the event of natural gas leaks, carbon monoxide presence, and in the event of water leaks.
6.
Automatic Door Locking - Selected doors in the facility will use system automatic door locking capabilities to restrict entry to into the facility, yet allow free exit by those who have completed their business. For each automatic locking door, install a 4204 relay output module, a power supply, and an electric locking device. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Automatic Door Holders - Selected doors in the facility will use system automatic door holder capabilities to hold doors open until particular system events release the door. For each automatic locking door, install a 4204 relay output module, a power supply, and an electric magnetic door holder device. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Energy Management - The system shall be connected to the central EMS system for the purposes of affecting the operation of heat and air conditioning appliances when the partition is armed.
9.
Energy Management - The system shall be connected to each HVAC thermostat for the purposes of disabling heat and air conditioning appliances when the partition is armed.
10.
Refrigeration Temperature Threshold Detector - Selected refrigeration units in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high temperature levels. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens or laboratories. For each Temperature Threshold detector, connect a Honeywell TS300 Temperature Threshold detector or equivalent to a zone input, and include an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
K.
Sirens, Sounders and Indicators
1.
Siren, Outdoor, High Output in Enclosure - The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 702 Siren or equivalent inside of the Model 743BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
2.
Siren Enclosure, Outdoor, Large - For large sirens, the system shall be mounted inside of the Model 743BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
3.
Siren Indoor/Outdoor in Enclosure- The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 719 Siren or equivalent located inside a 742BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
4.
Siren Indoor/Outdoor- The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 748LC Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
5.
Siren Indoor, Wireless - The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 5800WAVE Wireless Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
6.
Siren Indoor - The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model Wave2 Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
7.
Siren Indoor, Flush Mount - The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model Wave2F Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
8.
Strobe, Indoor/Outdoor - The system shall monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an alarm occurs, the system shall indicate the alarm with a Honeywell Model 710 Strobe or equivalent. The installer shall install the strobe as directed by manufacturer instructions.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
2.3
INTRUSION DETECTION CONTROL PANELS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Basis of Design System not required.
 
A.
Basis-of-design shall be the Honeywell VISTA 128BPT System, a burglary/access control/CCTV switching system that includes the following capabilities:
1.
Listed for UL Commercial Burglary.
2.
Compatible Detection Devices: Addressable.
3.
Addressable Inputs: 120.
4.
Access Readers: 8.
5.
Onboard Communication: Digital Dialer.
6.
Onboard Inputs: 9.
7.
Communication Choices: Digital Dialer, TCP/IP, GSM.
8.
Event Log: 512.
9.
Supports up to 128 zones.
10.
Supports up to 8 separate partitions.
11.
Supports up to 150 users.
12.
Supports commercial wireless devices.
13.
Wireless Inputs: 127.
14.
Provides integrated security, access control, and CCTV switching capability.
15.
Provides supervision of peripheral devices.
16.
Supports up to 96 relay outputs.
17.
Supports long-range radio (LRR) communication.
18.
Provides scheduling capability to allow for automated operations.
19.
Supports alarm reporting via Internet.
20.
Interfaces with automation software.
21.
Monitors smoke detector maintenance signals.
22.
Capable of being installed using existing wiring.
B.
Basis-of-design shall be the Honeywell VISTA 250BPT System, a burglary/access control/CCTV switching system that includes the following capabilities:
1.
Listed for UL Commercial Burglary.
2.
Compatible Detection Devices: Addressable.
3.
Addressable Inputs: 241.
4.
Access Readers: 15.
5.
Onboard Communication: Digital Dialer.
6.
Onboard Inputs: 9.
7.
Communication Choices: Digital Dialer, TCP/IP, GSM.
8.
Event Log: 1024.
9.
Supports up to 250 zones.
10.
Supports up to 8 separate partitions.
11.
Supports up to 250 users.
12.
Supports commercial wireless devices.
13.
Wireless Inputs: 249.
14.
Provides integrated security, access control, and CCTV switching capability.
15.
Provides supervision of peripheral devices.
16.
Supports up to 96 relay outputs.
17.
Supports long-range radio (LRR) communication.
18.
Provides scheduling capability to allow for automated operations.
19.
Supports alarm reporting via Internet.
20.
Interfaces with automation software.
21.
Monitors smoke detector maintenance signals.
22.
Capable of being installed using existing wiring.
C.
Environmental Conditions: System shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1.
Storage Temperature: Designed for a storage temperature of -10 degree C to 70 degree C.
2.
Operating Temperature: System shall be designed for an operating temperature of 0 degree C to 50 degree C (32 degree F to 120 degree F).
3.
Humidity: System shall be designed for normal operation in an 85% relative humidity environment.
4.
Electromagnetic Interference: System shall meet or exceed the requirements of FCC Part 15, Class B devices, FCC Part 68, IEC EMC directive.
D.
Power Requirements: Components shall have the following electrical specifications. The system shall operate using standard 120 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz power.
1.
Control Primary Power: Transformer power shall be 16.5 VAC, 40 VA.
2.
Backup Battery: Rechargeable 12 VDC, gel type, lead acid backup battery shall be provided. The battery shall be rated between 12 and 34-ampere hours (AH).
3.
Alarm Power: 12 VDC, 1.7 amps for each bell output
4.
Auxiliary Standby Power: 12 VDC, 0.75 amp maximum.
5.
Total Power: Combined auxiliary standby and alarm currents shall be 2.3 amps.
6.
Fusing: The battery input, auxiliary, and bell outputs shall be protected using PTC circuit breakers. All outputs shall be power limited.
E.
Control Panel Enclosure: A metal cabinet, suitable for wall mounting. Dimensions shall not exceed 14.5 inches (36.8 cm) in height, 12.5 inches (31.8 cm) in width or 3 inches (7.6 cm) in depth.
F.
Control Panel: The control panel shall be an 8-partition, UL commercial and burglary control panel that supports zones using basic hardwired, polling loop, and wireless zones, RF receivers, and relay modules. The control shall provide the ability to schedule time-driven events, and allow certain operations to be automated by pressing a single button. The system shall be capable of interfacing with an ECP long range radio (LRR) unit that can send Contact ID messages. The control shall provide integrated access control and CCTV-switching capability with the use of a single downloader and database.
1.
Basic Hardwired Zones: Control shall provide 8 style-B hardwire zones with the following characteristics:
a.
EOLR supervision (if required for zones 2-8) shall support N.O. or N.C. sensors (EOLR supervision required for UL installations).
b.
Zones/Points shall be individually assignable to any partition.
c.
Supports up to 16 two-wire smoke detectors on zone 1.
d.
Supports four-wire smoke or heat detectors on any zone (power to four-wire smoke detectors must be supervised with an EOL device).
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Expansion zones are optional. Delete if not required.
 
2.
Expansion Zones:
a.
Polling Loop Expansion: Control shall support up to 120 additional hardwire zones using a built-in two-wire polling (multiplex) loop interface. The polling loop shall provide power and data to remote point modules, and constantly monitor the status of all zones on the loop. Maximum current draw shall not exceed 128 mA. The polling loop zones shall have the following characteristics:
1)
Interface with RPM (Remote Point Module) devices that provide Class B, Style Y (e.g., 4208U/4208SN) or a combination of Class B, Style Y, and Class A, Style Z (e.g., 4208SNF) zones.
2)
Individually assignable to one of 8 partitions.
3)
Supervised by the control panel.
4)
A 12,000 feet (3658 m) wire runs capability without using shielded cable.
5)
Each RPM (Remote Point Module) enclosure shall be tamper protected.
b.
Wireless Expansion Zone: Control shall support wireless zones using a 5800 series RF receiver (fewer if using hardwire and/or polling loop zones). Wireless zones shall have the following characteristics:
1)
Supervised by control panel for check-in signals (except certain non-supervised transmitters).
2)
Tamper-protection for supervised zones.
3)
Individually assignable to one of 8 partitions.
4)
Individually assignable to bell outputs and/or auxiliary relays.
5)
Support wireless devices listed for Commercial Burglary using the 5881ENHC RF Receiver.
3.
Partitions: Control shall provide the ability to operate e8 separate areas, each functioning as if it had its own control. Partitioning features shall include:
a.
A Common Lobby partition (1-8), which can be programmed to perform the following functions:
1)
Arm automatically when the last partition that shares the common lobby is armed.
2)
Disarm when the first partition that shares the common lobby is disarmed.
b.
A Master partition (9), used strictly to assign keypads for the purpose of viewing the status of all 8 partitions at the same time (master keypads).
c.
Assignable by zone.
d.
Assignable by keypad/annunciator.
e.
Assignable by relay to one or all 8 partitions.
f.
Ability to display burglary and panic and/or trouble conditions at all other partitions' keypads (as a selectable choice).
g.
Certain system features selectable by partition, such as entry/exit delay and subscriber account number.
4.
User Codes: Control shall accommodate user codes, all of which can operate any or all partitions. Certain characteristics must be assigned to each user code, as follows:
a.
Authority level (Master, Manager, or several other Operator levels). Each User Code (other than the installer code) shall be capable of being assigned the same or a different level of authority for each partition that it will operate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Reporting to central station is optional. Delete if not required.
 
b.
Opening/Closing central station reporting.
c.
Specific partitions that the code can operate.
d.
Global arming capability (ability to arm all partitions the code has access to in one command).
e.
Use of an RF (button) to arm and disarm the system (RF key must first be enrolled into the system).
5.
Peripheral Devices: Control shall support up to 30 addressable ECP devices, which can be any combination of keypads, RF receivers, relay modules, and interactive phone module. Peripheral devices have the following characteristics:
a.
Each device set to an individual address according to the device's instructions.
b.
Each device enabled in system programming.
c.
Each device's address shall be supervisable (via programming).
6.
Keypad/Annunciator: Control shall accommodate up to 16 keypads or six (6) touch-screen (i.e.; advanced user interface) keypads. The keypads shall be capable of the following
a.
Performing all system arming functions.
b.
Being assigned to any partition.
c.
Providing four programmable single-button function keys, which can be used for:
1)
Panic Functions: activated by wired and wireless keypads; reported separately by partition.
2)
Keypad Macros: 32 keypad macro commands per system (each macro is a series of keypad commands). Assignable to the A, B, C, and D keys by partition.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Output relays are optional. Delete if not required.
 
7.
Output Relays: A total of 96 relay outputs shall be accommodated using relay modules. Each relay module shall provide four (4) Form C (normally open and normally closed) relays for general-purpose use. The relays shall be capable of being:
a.
Programmed to activate in response to system events.
b.
Programmed to activate using time intervals.
c.
Activated manually.
d.
Assigned an alpha descriptor.
e.
A combination of 4204 (ECP) and 4101SN (polling loop) relays.
8.
Integrated Access Control: Control shall be capable of the following:
a.
Providing a command that activates relays to allow access doors to open (e.g., lobby door), lights to be turned on or off, etc.
b.
Becoming a fully integrated access control system by using numerous VistaKey Single-Door Access Control Modules.
c.
Supporting up to 15 VistaKey Access Control Modules. The VistaKey Access Control Modules shall use the same Compass Downloader as the Vista-250BPT and shall be programmable from the Compass Downloader or the Keypad/Annunciators.
d.
Assigning any number of access control relays to each partition (up to 96 for the system).
e.
Supporting up to 500 access card holders using VistaKey.
9.
Commercial Wireless Equipment: Control shall be compatible with UL Listed Commercial Wireless Security equipment including:
a.
ADEMCO 5881ENHC Commercial Wireless Receiver: The receiver shall be capable of receiving as many points as the control panel is rated for. Up to two (2) Receivers may be used on any system. Receivers may be remotely located anywhere on the system Keypad/Annunciator bus.
b.
Honeywell 5808W3 Wireless Photoelectric Smoke and Heat Detector: The device shall be UL 268 listed and shall have Maintenance Alert capability and Automatic Drift Compensation.
c.
ADEMCO 5809 Wireless 135D Fixed Temperature and Rate of Rise Heat Detector: The device shall be UL 521 listed for commercial applications.
d.
ADEMCO 5817CB Wireless Universal Contact Monitoring Transmitter: This device shall be capable of making any conventional UL listed contact device a wireless device. The device shall be UL listed for commercial burglary applications as follows: UL 365, 609, 1023, 1076 and 1610 for security and nurse call.
e.
ADEMCO 5869 Wireless Hold Up Switch/Transmitter: This device shall be UL 636 listed for commercial burglary applications.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Keyswitch is optional. Delete if not required.
 
10.
Keyswitch: Control shall support the ADEMCO 4146 Keyswitch on any one of the system's 8 partitions. If used, zone 7 is no longer available as a protection zone.
11.
Voltage Triggers: System shall provide voltage triggers, which change state for different conditions. Used with devices such as a remote keypad sounder or keyswitch ARMED and READY LEDs.
12.
Event Log: System shall maintain a log of different event types (enabled in programming). The event log shall provide the following characteristics:
a.
Stories events.
b.
Viewable at the keypad or through the use of Compass software.
c.
Printable on a serial printer, including zone alpha descriptors.
13.
Scheduling: Provides the following scheduling capabilities:
a.
Open/close schedules (for control of arming/disarming and reporting).
b.
Holiday schedules (allows different time windows for open/close schedules).
c.
Timed events (for activation of relays, auto-bypassing and un-bypassing, auto-arming and disarming, etc.).
d.
Access schedules (for limiting system access to users by time).
e.
End User Output Programming Mode (provides 20 timers for relay control).
f.
The system shall automatically adjust for daylight savings time.
14.
Communication Features: Supports the following formats and features for the primary and secondary central station receivers:
a.
Formats: ADEMCO Express; ADEMCO Contact ID 4 and 10 Digit Acct number.
b.
Backup reporting: The system shall support backup reporting via the following: Secondary phone number; ECP long-range radio (LRR) interface; with ability to select long range radio (LRR) or dialup as the primary reporting method (dynamic signaling feature).
c.
Internet reporting: The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station via the internet using Alarmnet-i. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e., AOL, Netscape, Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted with a minimum of 1024 bits of encryption.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Audio alarm verification is optional. Delete if not required.
 
15.
Audio Alarm Verification: Provides a programmable Audio Alarm Verification (AAV) that can be used in conjunction with an output relay to permit voice dialog between an operator at the central station and a person at the premises.
16.
Cross-Zoning Capability: Helps prevent false alarms by preventing a zone from going into alarm unless its cross-zone is also faulted within 5 minutes.
a.
Alarm notification appliances, including but not limited to sirens horns, bells and strobes.
b.
Auxiliary devices capable of operating using full-wave rectified unfiltered voltage.
17.
Exit Error False Alarm Prevention Feature: System shall be capable of differentiating between an actual alarm and an alarm caused by leaving an entry/exit door open. If not subsequently disarmed, the control panel shall:
a.
Bypass the faulted E/E zone(s) and/or interior zones and arm the system.
b.
Generate an Exit Error report by user and by zone so the central station knows it was an exit alarm and who caused it.
18.
Built-in User's Manual and Descriptor Review: For end-user convenience, the control panel shall contain a built-in User's Manual. It shall include the following capabilities:
a.
By depressing any of the function keys on the keypad for five (5) seconds, a brief explanation of that function shall scroll across the alphanumeric display.
b.
By depressing the READY key for five (5) seconds, all programmed zone descriptors shall be displayed (one at a time). This feature shall provide a check for installers and ensure all descriptors have been entered properly.
19.
Programming: Control shall be capable of being programmed locally or remotely using the ADEMCO Compass Downloader and shall be capable of:
a.
Uploading and downloading all programming information at 300 baud.
b.
Uploading and displaying firmware revision levels from the control.
20.
Automation Software: The Control shall be capable of interfacing with automation software via an RS232 input on a single partition.
G.
Communications Options
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select One of the following four paragraphs, Delete the other options.
 
1.
Internet reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station via the internet using Alarmnet-I and the Honeywell model 7847i internet communicator. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted with a minimum of 256 bits of encryption.
2.
GSM/GPRS reporting - The system shall be capable of communicating with the central station by way of wireless GSM/GPRS using Alarmnet-GSM/GPRS service. The installer shall furnish a Honeywell model GSMV4G or equivalent. It shall provide the user with the ability to control the system via a browser interface (i.e. Internet Explorer). All packet data transmitted to the monitoring station shall be encrypted.
3.
Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet-I and the AlarmNet-G Communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMV4G transmitter or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
4.
High Security, Combined AlarmNet-I (Internet) and AlarmNet-GSM (Global System for Mobile) - The facility system shall be monitored using both the AlarmNet communication services. The system shall use Honeywell's AlarmNet iGSMHS4G communicator or equivalent. The communication service shall employ a high-security two-way Internet connection through AlarmNet Communication Service as the primary method of communication, and then the high-security two-way GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) as the secondary means of communication and shall use SMS (Short Message Service) as a tertiary means of communication. The equipment shall be UL listed for use in this application. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing the AlarmNet unit.
H.
User Interfaces
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one or more of the following options, Delete any items not required.
 
1.
Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6160 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
2.
Premium Keypad, Alpha Display: The system keypad shall include a two-line, reverse display alphanumeric LCD display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6460 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
3.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Vista 6280 keypad or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
4.
Keypad: Color Graphic Touch Screen Display, ZWAVE, IP Camera, Remote control support: The system keypad shall employ a dynamic, interactive graphic touch screen display. Use the Honeywell Tuxedo Touch Screen keypad or equivalent. The keypad shall feature the ability to integrate with up to 232 ZWAVE devices, and 32 compatible IP Cameras. The Touch Screen keypad shall provide a web page on the Local Area Network featuring system status and remote control functions. The installer shall follow manufacturer's installation instructions when installing system equipment.
I.
VPLEX Addressable Detection Devices. System shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain the first three subparagraphs below if using VPLEX addressable detection devices.
 
1.
VPLEX Bus Extensions: Extended system VPLEX bus branch circuits shall be scale able to increase the total size of the bus in larger installations. Branch circuits leading from different buildings or from different floors in multi-story buildings shall be isolated from one another so that a shorted or grounded branch circuit is isolated away from other near-side branch circuits, allowing other VPLEX devices to be isolated so that they can continue to operate. The installer shall furnish Honeywell Model 4297 VPLEX Bus Extender modules for each 128 mA of current required on the VPLEX bus.
2.
VSI Bus Isolation and Integrity: System VPLEX bus branch circuits shall be isolated from one another so that a shorted, overloaded, or grounded branch circuit is isolated away from other near-side branch circuits, allowing undamaged VPLEX bus circuits to continue to operate. VSI Isolation modules shall be installed at near-side connections to cable runs leading to additional buildings, at cable runs leading to additional floors in multi-story buildings, and at junction boxes leading to multiple VPLEX branch circuits within the system. The installer shall use the Honeywell VSI module or equivalent.
3.
Individual Zone Input: When zone inputs shall be located next to individual detection devices, system zone inputs allow the system to sense the change in state of an output from an external device, such as a door/window position sensor, a motion detector, a relay output from an appliance, the output of an external alert system, or other devices that provide a dry closure output. The installer shall furnish Honeywell Model 4193SN zone input modules for each detection device that will be connected to the VPLEX Bus.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete input devices not required.
 
4.
Wood Frame Doors, VPLEX, concealed: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4191SN-WH Recessed 1/2" sensor or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Wood Doors and Windows, Exposed, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4939SN Exposed Addressable Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
6.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Hollow Steel Frame Doors, VPLEX, Concealed: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4191SN-WH Recessed 1/2" sensor, equipped with the steel door adapter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Hollow Metal Doors and Windows, Exposed, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4939SN Exposed Addressable Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
9.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
10.
Filled Metal Doors and Windows, Exposed, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4939SN Exposed Addressable Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
11.
Filled Steel Frame Doors, VPLEX, Exposed, Armored: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Door sensor, and a 4193SN or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
12.
Roof Hatches, Exposed, Armored: Monitor the opened and closed position of hatches and access doors to the roof of the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, and a 4193SN or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
13.
Roof Hatch Doors, Exposed, VPLEX: Monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4939SN Exposed Addressable Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
14.
Overhead Doors: Monitor the opened and closed position of overhead bay doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 4959SN Overhead Door sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
15.
Glass Break Detector, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625SN Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
16.
Glass Break Detector, VPLEX, Flush-Mounted, Concealed: Selected areas in the protected site will use concealed glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625RFM Glass Break detector or equivalent and a 4193SN zone input device along with an approved power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
17.
Glass Break Detector, Flush Mount, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625F Flush-mount Glass Break detector or equivalent and a 4193SN zone input device. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
18.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-Mounted, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model IS2500SN VPLEX PIR Motion Detector or equivalent.
19.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a 4193SN zone input module and a Honeywell Model IS280CM Ceiling Mounted Passive Infrared Motion Detector with the appropriate power supply or equivalent.
20.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Ceiling-Mounted, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 997 Passive Infrared Motion Detector or equivalent.
21.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-Mounted, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT7500SN VPLEX Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent.
22.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Anti-Mask, Wall-Mounted, VPLEX: Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT-906 Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent with anti-mask detection capabilities.
23.
Photo Beam, 100 Feet, VPLEX: Monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model IB100D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
24.
Photo Beam, 200 Feet, VPLEX: Monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model IB200D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
25.
Vibration Sensors: Include Vibration Sensors where designated. When the sensor detects vibration, the sensor shall send messages indicating the fault to the control panel. Each vibration sensor shall report a trouble condition if disconnected from its zone expander. The model number of the vibration sensor is the SC100 or equivalent.
26.
Refrigeration Temperature Threshold Detector: Selected refrigeration units in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high temperature levels. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, for each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell 4193SN zone input module and a Honeywell TS300 Temperature Threshold detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply.
27.
Leak, Flood, Water Level: Monitor the level of water in a designated location. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 470-12 Water Sensor and FP280 or 470PB Water Probe, or equivalent. The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
28.
Carbon Monoxide Detector, VPLEX: Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a Honeywell 4193SN zone input module and a System Sensor CO1224 Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply.
29.
Natural Gas Detector: Selected areas in the facility will use natural gas detectors to sense high levels of natural gas. Locations for natural gas detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each natural gas detector, install a 4193SN Honeywell zone input module and a Macurco MA-GD2A natural gas detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply.
30.
Panic Buttons: Include manual panic buttons under desks, in storage rooms, in walk-in refrigeration units and other designated locations. The panic button shall be the Honeywell Model 269SN or equivalent.
31.
Holdup Device - Foot Rail, VPLEX - The system shall include Foot Rail Devices on the floor below the customer service station or below designated desks within the protected location. The Foot Rail devices are the Honeywell Model 266 or equivalent. Install with a 4193SN zone input device. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
32.
Holdup Device, Bill Trap, VPLEX: Include Bill Trap Devices, Honeywell Model 264 or equivalent inside of money drawers in customer service areas.
J.
Conventional Devices. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain the first subparagraph below if using conventional devices.
 
1.
Grouped Zone Input: When zone input devices shall be located in the control panel room or at designated locations in the protected location., system zone inputs allow the system to sense the change in state of an output from an external device, such as a door/window position sensor, a motion detector, a relay output from an appliance, the output of an external alert system, or other devices that provide a dry closure output. The installer shall furnish Honeywell Model 4208SN zone input modules for each 8 detection devices that will be connected to the system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete input devices not required.
 
2.
Wood Frame Doors, Concealed Sensor, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 951WG Recessed sensor or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
3.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door/window Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
4.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and windows, concealed, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 947-75T concealed sensor, equipped with the steel door adapter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
6.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed Sensor, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door/window Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, conventional- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
9.
Filled Steel Frame Doors, Exposed, Armored, conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
10.
Roof Hatches, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches and access doors to the roof of the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
11.
Hatches, Exposed, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
12.
Overhead Doors - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of overhead bay doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 957 Overhead Door sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
13.
Glass Break Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625T Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
14.
Glass Break Detector, Conventional, Flush-mounted - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model FG1625RFM Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
15.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model IS280CM Ceiling Mounted Passive Infrared Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
16.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model IS3035 Passive Infrared Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
17.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT8050 Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
18.
DUAL-TEC Motion Detector, Ceiling-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT6360STC Ceiling Mounted DUAL TEC Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
19.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, anti-mask, Wall-mounted, Conventional - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model DT-906 Dual-Tec Motion Detector or equivalent with anti-mask detection capabilities. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
20.
Vibration Sensors - The system shall include Vibration Sensors where designated. When the sensor detects vibration, the sensor shall send messages indicating the fault to the control panel. The model number of the vibration sensor is the ADEMCO 11 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
21.
Temperature Threshold Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, server rooms, classrooms or other areas where temperature threshold notification is critical. For each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Honeywell TS300 Temperature Threshold detector and T280R Temperature Probe or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
22.
Leak, Flood, Water Level - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 470-12 Water Sensor and FP280 or 470PB Water Probe, or equivalent. The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
23.
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Conventional - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a System Sensor CO1224 Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
24.
Natural Gas Detector - Selected areas in the facility will use natural gas detectors to sense high levels of natural gas. Locations for natural gas detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each natural gas detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Macurco MA-GD2A natural gas detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
25.
Panic and Emergency Buttons - The system shall include manual panic buttons under desks, in storage rooms, in walk-in refrigeration units and other designated locations. The panic button shall be the Honeywell Model 269R or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
26.
Holdup Device - Foot Rail, Conventional - The system shall include Foot Rail Devices on the floor below the customer service station or below designated desks within the protected location. The Foot Rail devices are the Honeywell Model 266 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
27.
Holdup Device - Bill Trap, Conventional - The system shall include Bill Trap Devices inside of money drawers in customer service areas. The Bill trap devices are the Honeywell Model 264 or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
28.
Safe or Vault Protection: Monitor the status of the Safe. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC100 or equivalent where designated.
29.
ATM and Cabinet Protection: Monitor the status of the ATM or file cabinet. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC105 or equivalent where designated.
30.
Photo Beam, 100 Feet, conventional - The system shall monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model CK-IB100D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
31.
Photo Beam, 200 Feet, conventional - The system shall monitor the status of photo beam units installed in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model IB200D Photo Beam Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
K.
Wireless Detection Devices. The system shall integrate with facility doors, windows, and departments. The system shall also integrate with external systems, such as building appliances and building alert systems for remote control and central collection of external system alerts. When integrated with external systems, the system shall connect to the external system to receive status changes by way of a dry contact output from the external system. The system shall use its user interface to provide local status messages from external systems, providing for the initiation of local building policies. The system may transmit information to an off-site monitoring service to provide initiation of remote policies when appropriate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain the first three subparagraphs below if using wireless detection devices.
 
1.
Wireless Receivers for Commercial Applications - The system shall include up to two Commercial Wireless Receivers where designated. The wireless receiver shall be UL Listed, Factory Mutual Approved, MEA Listed, and CSFM Listed for the application. The wireless receiver shall receive messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the receiver is Honeywell 5881ENHC or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
2.
Wireless Repeaters for Commercial Applications - The system shall include Commercial Wireless Repeaters where designated. The wireless repeater shall be UL Listed for the application. The wireless repeater shall receive and forward messages from wireless devices indicating device detection loop open, normal, shorted, tamper alarm, and low battery status when sent from transmitters associated with the system. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the repeater is Honeywell 5800RP or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
3.
5817CB Universal Transmitter for zone inputs. The system shall include Wireless transmitters where designated. When the device is triggered and normal, the wireless transmitter shall send messages indicating the state of the device to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any missing transmitter within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The transmitter shall be model number 5817CB or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete input devices not required.
 
4.
Wireless Door Sensors for Wood Jambs, concealed - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Wood Jamb Doors where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each door sensor shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the wireless door sensor is the 5818MN or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
5.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Door Sensor, and a 5817CB wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
6.
Wood Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
7.
Wireless Door Sensors for Hollow Metal Door Frames, concealed - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Hollow Metal Jamb Doors where designated. The when the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each door sensor shall include an internal tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the 947-75T and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
8.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
9.
Hollow Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Conventional - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Armored Door Sensor, or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
10.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
11.
Filled Metal Frame Doors and Windows, Exposed, Armored, Wireless- The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of doors and windows in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 960 Exposed sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
12.
Wireless Door Sensors for Roof Hatches, exposed, Armored - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Roof Hatches where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each wireless transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, a back tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location, or when opened. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the Ademco 960 and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
13.
Hatch doors, exposed, wireless - The system shall monitor the opened and closed position of hatches in the facility. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 7939WG Exposed Sensor, and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
14.
Wireless Door Sensors for Overhead Rollup Doors - The system shall include Wireless Door Sensors for Overhead Rollup Doors where designated. When the door is opened and closed, the wireless door sensor shall send messages indicating the state of the door to the control panel. Each wireless transmitter shall send periodic check-in signals to its associated control panel. The door sensor's associated control panel shall report any missing door sensor within four and one-half hours. Each transmitter shall report any low battery condition a minimum of seven days before its battery becomes too discharged to power the transmitter. Each wireless transmitter shall include an internal tamper switch, a back tamper switch, and shall send a tamper alert to the control panel when removed from its installed location, or when opened. The transmitter's associated control panel shall report any low battery condition by providing a local indication at system keypads, and shall send a trouble report to the central monitoring station. The model number of the door sensor is the ADEMCO 957 and the 5817CB Wireless transmitter or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system
15.
Glass Break Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use glass break detectors to sense the breaking of windows. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5853 Glass Break detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing, testing and programming system equipment.
16.
Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5800PIR-COM Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
17.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5898 Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
18.
Dual-Tec Motion Detector, Wall-mounted, Curtain, Wireless - Selected areas in the protected site will use motion detectors to sense motion in rooms or areas of rooms. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5898 Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
19.
Temperature Threshold Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use Temperature Threshold detectors to sense high or low level temperatures within a designated area. Locations for Temperature Threshold detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, server rooms, classrooms or other areas where temperature threshold notification is critical. For each Temperature Threshold detector, install a Honeywell 5821 wireless temperature alarm transmitter and a Honeywell TS280R Temperature probe or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
20.
Leak, Flood, Water Level, Wireless - The system shall monitor the level of water in a designated location. The installer shall install a Honeywell Model 5821 Water Sensor with a FP280 remote probe or equivalent. The owner may monitor air conditioning duct drip pans, areas beneath water heaters and tanks, refrigeration drain basins, sump pumps, basements, or restrooms. The installer shall follow manufacturer instructions while installing and programming system equipment.
21.
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Wireless - Selected areas in the facility will use carbon monoxide detectors to sense high levels of carbon monoxide. Locations for carbon monoxide detectors may be in parking garages, kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each carbon monoxide detector, install a System Sensor CO1224 Carbon Monoxide detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
22.
Holdup Device - Two-button, Conventional - The system shall include Two-button Holdup Devices at customer windows. The holdup devices shall be the Honeywell Model 268 two-button holdup button or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
23.
Asset Protection, Wireless - Selected indoor assets within the protected site will use wireless indoor asset protection devices to sense protected object Asset Protection. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5870API Wireless Asset Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
24.
Outdoor Passive Infrared Motion Detector, Wall, Post, or Pole-mounted, Wireless - Selected outdoor areas in the protected site will use outdoor motion detectors to sense motion. Where designated in the plans, install a Honeywell Model 5800PIR-OD Wireless Motion Detector or equivalent. The installer shall follow manufacturer's instructions when installing and programming system equipment.
L.
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS
1.
Automatic Door Locking: Selected doors in the facility will use system automatic door locking capabilities to restrict entry to into the facility, yet allow free exit by those who have completed their business. For each automatic locking door, install a 4101SN relay output module, a power supply, and an electric locking device.
2.
Automatic Door Holders: Selected doors in the facility will use system automatic door holder capabilities to hold doors open until particular system events release the door. For each automatic locking door, install a 4101SN relay output module, a power supply, and an electric magnetic door holder device.
3.
Energy Management: The system shall be connected to the central EMS system for the purposes of affecting the operation of heat and air conditioning appliances when the partition is armed.
4.
Energy Management: The system shall be connected to each HVAC thermostat for the purposes of disabling heat and air conditioning appliances when the partition is armed.
5.
Server Room Alert Systems: The system shall provide sensing of critical conditions within the server room. The system shall alert the user when the temperature is too high, when the humidity is too high, when air conditioning condensation drip pans require draining and when there is an extended power failure.
6.
Natural Gas Detector: Selected areas in the facility will use natural gas detectors to sense high levels of natural gas. Locations for natural gas detectors may be in kitchens, laboratories, near fireplaces, or in natural gas fueled heater closets. For each natural gas detector, install a Honeywell zone input module and a Macurco MA-GD2A natural gas detector or equivalent, and an appropriate power supply.
7.
Kitchen Alert Systems: The system shall provide sensing of critical conditions within the kitchen or food processing facility. The system shall alert the user when the temperature is too high, when the humidity is too high, when air conditioning condensation drip pans require draining and when there is an extended power failure.
8.
Safe or Vault Protection: Monitor the status of the Safe. For each Safe, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system including seismic detectors such as the Honeywell SC100 or equivalent where designated.
9.
Vending Machine Protection: Monitor the status of the Vending Machine. For each Vending Machine, the installer shall provide complete protection integrated with the system.
10.
Gas Water Heater Alert Systems: The system shall be provide sensing of critical conditions within the water heater room. The system shall alert the user in the event of natural gas leaks, carbon monoxide presence, and in the event of water leaks.
M.
Sirens, Sounders and Indicators
1.
Siren, Outdoor, High Output in Enclosure: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 702 Siren or equivalent inside of the Model 743BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
2.
Siren Enclosure, Outdoor, Large: For large sirens, the system shall be mounted inside of the Model 743BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
3.
Siren Indoor/Outdoor in Enclosure: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 719 Siren or equivalent located inside a 742BE Enclosure. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
4.
Siren Indoor/Outdoor: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 748LC Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
5.
Siren Indoor, Wireless: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model 5800WAVE Wireless Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
6.
Siren Indoor: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model Wave2 Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
7.
Siren Indoor, Flush Mount: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an audible alarm occurs, the system shall sound a Honeywell Model Wave2F Siren or equivalent. The installer shall install the siren as directed by manufacturer instructions.
8.
Strobe, Indoor/Outdoor: Monitor the status of protected openings and areas in the armed and disarmed state. When an alarm occurs, the system shall indicate the alarm with a Honeywell Model 710 Strobe or equivalent. The installer shall install the strobe as directed by manufacturer instructions.
 
NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Delete cable models not required.
 
2.4
INTRUSION DETECTION CABLES
A.
Intrusion Detection System components shall be connected using the following Honeywell Genesis Series Cables:
1.
Keypads use four conductor, 18AWG with 22AWG, non-shielded cable:
a.
Element 1: 18AWG:
1)
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1119.
2)
Riser applications: Part #: 2115.
3)
Plenum applications: Part #: 3115.
b.
Element 2: 22AWG:
1)
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1104.
2)
Riser applications: Part #: 2104.
3)
Plenum applications: Part #: 3104.
2.
VPLEX Zone Expanders shall connect to a VPLEX data bus using two conductor, 18AWG, non-shielded cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1118.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 2114.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 3114.
d.
Direct burial applications: Part #: 4156.
3.
VPLEX Fire detection devices and two wire fire detection devices connect using two conductor, 18AWG, non-shielded fire alarm cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 4106.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 4306.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 4506.
d.
Direct burial applications: Part #: 4156.
4.
Four wire fire detection devices connect using four conductor, 18AWG, non-shielded fire alarm cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 4107.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 4307.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 4507.
d.
Direct burial applications: Part #: 4157.
5.
Unpowered detection devices connect to zone inputs using two conductor, 22AWG, non-shielded cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1102.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 2102.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 3102.
6.
Powered detection devices connect to zone inputs using four conductor, 18AWG, non-shielded cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1119.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 2115.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 3115.
d.
Direct burial applications: Part #: 4157.
7.
The Bell output shall use two conductor, 16AWG, non-shielded cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1125.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 2121.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 3121.
8.
Power connections for control panels shall be made using two conductor, 16AWG, non-shielded cable.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1125.
b.
Riser applications: Part #: 2121.
c.
Plenum applications: Part #: 3121.
9.
Ground connections to control panels shall be made using 14AWG solid insulated copper ground wire.
a.
General Purpose applications: Part #: 1131.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Examine site conditions prior to installation. Notify Architect and Owner in writing if unsuitable conditions are encountered. Do not start installation until site conditions are acceptable.
3.2
INSTALLATION
A.
Intrusion detection and fire alarm control panel system shall be installed and tested in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions.
1.
Coordinate interfaces with Owner's representative where appropriate.
2.
Provide backboxes, pullboxes, connectors, supports, conduit, cable, and wire for a complete and reliable installation. Obtain Owner's approval for exact location of all boxes, conduit, and wiring runs prior to installation.
3.
Install conduit, cable, and wire parallel and square with building lines, including raised floors areas. Do not exceed forty percent fill in conduits. Gather wires and tie to create an orderly installation.
4.
Coordinate with other trades to provide proper sequencing of installation.
3.3
FIELD COMMISSIONING AND CERTIFICATION
A.
Field Commissioning: Test system as recommended by manufacturer, including the following:
1.
Conduct complete inspection and testing of equipment, including verification of operation with connected equipment.
2.
Test devices and demonstrate operational features for Owner's representative and authorities having jurisdiction as applicable.
3.
Correct deficiencies until satisfactory results are obtained.
4.
Submit written copies of test results.
3.4
TRAINING
A.
Conduct on-site system training, with the number of sessions and length of sessions as recommended by the manufacturer. Training shall include administration, provisioning, configuration, operation and diagnostics.
3.5
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION