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SECTION 28 23 00
VIDEO SECURITY SURVEILLANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Honeywell Security and Fire; security and automation solutions, video security surveillance management system.
This section is based on the products of Honeywell Security and Fire, which is located at:
2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy. Suite 150
Louisville, KY 40299
Toll Free Tel: 800-323-4576
Email: hissales@honeywell.com
Web: www.security.honeywell.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
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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."
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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.
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PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
Video surveillance and management system.
1.
Video Management System (VMS).
2.
Network Video Recorders (NVR).
3.
Encoders.
4.
Fixed Cameras.
5.
PTZ Cameras.
6.
Network & IP Cables.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
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.
A.
Canadian ICES-003.
B.
Consultative Committee for International Radio (CCIR).
C.
Conformity for Europe (CE).
D.
Electronic Industry Association (EIA).
E.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
F.
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG).
G.
National Television Systems Committee (NTSC).
H.
Phase Alternating Line (PAL).
I.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL).
1.4
DEFINITIONS
A.
HD (High-definition) - refers to video having resolution substantially higher than traditional television systems. HD has one or two million pixels per frame.
B.
CIF (Common Intermediate Format) - refers to a standard video format, which is categorized based on the resolution.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
A.
General: Submittals shall be made in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract and Submittal Procedure 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, tests and adjustments, and regular inspections.
H.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square representing actual product, color, and patterns.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer: Minimum ten years experience in manufacturing and maintaining video management systems. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free technical assistance and support available 24/7.
1.
Manufacturer shall provide customer service, pre-sales applications assistance, after-sales technical assistance, access to online technical support, and online training using Web conferencing.
2.
Manufacturer shall provide 24/7 technical assistance and support by means of a toll-free telephone number at no extra charge.
B.
Manufacturing Location: Provide equipment assembled in the United States.
C.
Installer: Minimum two years experience installing similar systems, and acceptable to the manufacturer of the video management system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if stand-alone NVR not required.
 
D.
Power Requirements: Components shall have the following electrical specifications: 100-240 V AC (50 Hz/60 Hz) or as specified for individual products within part 2 of the specification.
E.
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 is approved by Architect.
3.
Rebuild mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.7
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS
A.
Convene minimum two weeks prior to starting work of this section.
1.8
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver and store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging bearing the brand name and manufacturer's identification until ready for installation.
B.
Handling: Handle materials to avoid damage.
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.
1.10
SEQUENCING
A.
Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
1.11
WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer's Warranty: Submit manufacturer's standard one-year warranty for the video surveillance system.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Honeywell Security and Fire, which is located at: 2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy. Suite 150; Louisville, KY 40299; 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.
2.2
VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (VMS)
A.
The Video Management System (VMS) shall control multiple sources of video surveillance subsystems in a facility to collect, manage and present video in a clear and concise manner. VMS shall intelligently determine the capabilities of each subsystem across a single or multiple sites, allowing video management of any compatible analog or digital video device through a unified configuration platform and viewer.
B.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO VMS as manufactured by the Honeywell Security and Fire.
C.
System Components:
1.
VMS server, controller containing a database of all network-connected cameras, integrated components and their configurations.
2.
Workstations that render video and act as a main user/machine interface.
D.
Operational Requirements:
1.
VMS shall provide a single graphical user interface (GUI) to monitor, control and administer digital video surveillance equipment from multiple systems and platforms.
2.
VMS shall include a fully scalable enterprise-class media management system to enable simultaneous live monitoring from multiple stations and be configurable for storage both on and off site.
3.
VMS software shall be configured to store and to view images captured by one camera or numerous cameras and monitor connections across an unlimited number of servers.
4.
The VMS application shall have following major capabilities:
a.
Capable of managing pentaplex user operations of attached recording devices simultaneously, including live viewing, recording, playback, archiving of video data to an external storage device, and handling the exchange of data between the server and a remote workstation.
b.
Live viewing of up to 64 cameras on a single workstation with up to four monitors set up at CIF resolution. For D1 resolution, the number of live streams shall be benchmarked based on the client hardware configuration deployed.
c.
Integration with multiple digital and network video recording devices.
d.
Integration with multiple video matrix switchers and matrix keyboards.
e.
The number of recorders and switchers shall be scalable within a network to handle any size of installation.
f.
Capable of managing the integration with multiple digital IP cameras through compatible recording devices.
g.
Integration with electronic access control systems.
h.
Integration with video analytics and a data management utility.
i.
Capable of managing failover and redundant capabilities of the recording device(s) and the database server.
j.
Capable of managing the investigation and video archive search tools of the recording devices.
k.
Capable of managing advanced search capabilities of the recording devices.
l.
Capable of managing motion detection-based recording.
m.
Multi-level user access rights for managing viewing rights and access to the recorder functions.
n.
Capable of managing continuous, scheduled, manual, event-based and alarm-based recording features of the recording devices.
o.
Support for both multicast and Unicast network topologies and communication protocols.
p.
Macro capability to allow for custom scripts and to provide both customization and third party integration.
q.
Support for both centralized and distributed architectures.
r.
Simultaneous use of multiple video compression including H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG.
s.
Utilization of off-the-shelf computer workstations, servers, networking and storage equipment.
5.
Mode for User Login: VMS Server and Workstation shall have the option of two modes of user logins:
a.
Windows Authentication: Uses the Windows logged-in user name.
b.
User DB Authentication: Uses a preconfigured user name and password.
6.
VMS Workstation shall provide the following operator functions:
a.
Configuration: The operator (with Administrator privileges) shall have the option to configure VMS. VMS shall support live updates of all configurations. The following configurations shall be possible:
1)
Recorders Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete recorders.
2)
Camera Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete cameras and associate to a particular recorder or switcher and map to a particular site, partition or event group.
3)
Monitor Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete monitors and map to a particular site, partition, event group or keyboard. It shall provide an option to add a digital monitor and associate it with a particular workstation. It shall provide an option to configure a digital monitor with a default salvo and startup in full screen. It shall provide an option to add an analog monitor and associate it with a particular switcher. Option to save a digital correction in the video input page.
4)
Switcher Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete analog video switchers.
5)
Keyboard Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete keyboard controllers.
6)
User Management (Users and Roles): Option to add/edit/delete roles and associate to predefined privileges and then add/edit/delete users and associate users with roles. Option to associate permissions with salvo selection and tool bar buttons.
7)
Site Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete a site.
8)
Workstation Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete a workstation.
9)
Event Group Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete event groups. Support of bulk event association to enable/disable and adjust events for recorders and inputs in bulk.
10)
Partition Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete partitions.
11)
Sequence Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete a scan sequences.
12)
Intercept Key Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete intercept keys from UltraKey keyboards to change the key function to a new and desired function.
13)
System Macro Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete macros. Option to restore macros. Execute button option to trigger selected macros provides mechanism for testing written macros.
14)
Port Configuration: Option to add/edit/delete keyboard controllers and analog video switchers to the ports available on the controller.
b.
Viewer:
1)
Capable of being launched multiple times on the same workstation a minimum of four (4) times to display four (4) viewers on four (4) separate monitors per workstation.
2)
Main video viewing screen capable of showing 1x1, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, 1x5, 2x8, and 1x12 salvos of live or recorded video. The Viewer application shall be capable of a full screen mode where only the video salvo is displayed.
3)
Each Viewer has the capability to be associated to a specific monitor on a workstation and be assigned a unique output number that is either selectable from the viewer device tree, an UltraKey controller, or from a system macro.
4)
Capable of saving current salvo as a View and allowing the user to select the saved view by either dragging and dropping it into the viewer, or using an UltraKey controller, or a system macro.
5)
Capable of selecting a particular camera or salvo by using the mouse to drag it onto the main video viewing screen. Users shall also have an undo/redo option for camera drag/drop and salvo selection from the viewer and UltraKey controller.
6)
Capable of switching an analog camera to an analog or digital monitor so that the system will recognize to switch to the analog matrix switch or to pull the video from an encoder.
7)
Capable of choosing My Salvos (unique to the current operator) or Shared Salvos while saving a salvo.
8)
Capable of allowing duplicate salvo names to be set by different users and in different locations.
9)
Capable of dragging any monitor defined in the system onto a video panel and take control of that monitor.
10)
Option to send a command to the controller to switch a particular analog camera onto the analog monitor through a drag and drop operation.
11)
Capable of configuring and running scan sequences.
12)
Capable of independently adjusting the contrast, brightness, and saturation settings for each camera.
13)
Support for both analog and digital PTZs through the GUI or the keyboard.
14)
Capable of exporting user selected images or video clips. A digital signature shall be attached to every exported clip.
15)
Clip Creation: The Clip Creation facility shall permit multi-camera clip generation.
a)
Story clips allow for selecting multiple cameras at different times to create a single clip to play the cameras back in order. Also supports saving salvo information in a story clip.
b)
Salvo clips provide an instant clip export button to create an instant clip while maintaining the salvo information. Supports pre-determined pre- and post-times that are user-configurable in the preferences.
c)
Clip preview window facility supports play back of the individual cameras prior to commencing clip creation.
d)
Capable of manually setting the clip duration in the clip creation window for each camera.
16)
Capable of playing back the exported video clips. Each video channel that is being recorded by the recording system shall be overlaid with text and a time stamp that is customizable by the user.
17)
Allows the user to initiate recording through the GUI or controller.
18)
Capable of complete alarm management for the alarms coming from recorders or switchers.
19)
Application launch pad launches other applications from within the Viewer.
20)
Control of operator messaging, allowing operators to communicate with each other. Operators can exchange text, images and annotated video sources. Operators can hand over a video source to another operator using messaging.
21)
Ability to set up surrounding camera views. Support for setting presets in surrounding cameras.
22)
Option to perform various operations through the context menu on a particular video (live/recorded/sequence). These operations include: Full screen, point and drag, enable square select, maintain aspect ratio, toggle text, digital PTZ, add bookmark, send message, start recording, stop recording, mark in, mark out, save image, save image as, and show surrounding cameras.
23)
Ability to manage the timeline control of the recording device, which provides camera recording statistics. Timeline control shall have the following features: Mark in/out (with looping facility), bookmark (including for all playing cameras or all selected cameras or removing all bookmarks), snapshot, time slider, time search, time jump, and play controls. Timeline control shall also include dedicated buttons for step reverse and step forward and keyboard shortcuts for playback operations.
24)
Support for bookmark searches based on cameras, time duration, and comments.
25)
Controllable by a keyboard controller connected to the VMS server/controller with the following major features: selecting salvos, ending monitor commands, switching operations, and PTZ control operations.
26)
Preference configuration including: fps of unselected panels, rendered type, preview pane, and text display format.
c.
Search: The Search facility shall include searches based on date and time.
d.
Reports: The Report facility shall include event history reports and audit log reports.
e.
Remote Monitor: The Remote Monitor facility shall allow operators to control a remote monitor connected to another workstation and perform review capabilities so that both the local operator and the remote viewer can simultaneously watch the same video.
E.
VMS Environmental Conditions:
1.
Video management system shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
a.
Operating Temperature: shall be between 5 degree C and 40 degree C (40 degree F - 104 degree F) non-condensing.
b.
Emissions: CFR 47 Part 15 Subpart B EN55022, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, CISPR 22.
c.
Immunity: EN55024.
d.
Safety: UL60950, NWGQ (7), IEC60950, IEC 60825-1:2001.
F.
VMS Integrations:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Additional specifications for stand-alone NVR included in separate specification article.
 
1.
Recorders: VMS shall support integration with digital and network video recorders (DVRs/NVRs). VMS shall have the ability to access and manage necessary functions of the recording devices through the VMS client interface, such as live video, recorded video, camera configuration, PTZ control and other associated functions. The system shall support the following recorders:
a.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR PE.
b.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR SE.
c.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR XE.
d.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE.
e.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE.
f.
Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE.
g.
Honeywell Enterprise Series.
h.
Honeywell IP Engine.
i.
Honeywell Rapid Eye HYBRID.
j.
Honeywell Fusion NVR.
k.
Honeywell Fusion HYBRID.
2.
Analog Video Switchers: VMS shall support matrix switcher integration including camera call up, monitor switching, video command support and PTZ support. The video subsystem shall be the controller device for video cameras, monitors, and VCRs, and shall associate camera inputs with monitor outputs. The system shall allow users to program video monitors and video cameras to execute commands upon recognition of an alarm or any other condition within the system. The user shall be able to add, edit, delete, and partition video subsystems. The system shall support the following analog video switchers:
a.
Honeywell VideoBloX Series.
b.
Ultrak MAXPRO-1000.
c.
Pelco 9600 Series.
d.
American Dynamics.
e.
Vicon.
f.
Burle.
3.
Video Analytics:
a.
VMS shall support video analytics integration with Honeywell's Active Alert solution.
4.
Data Management Utility:
a.
VMS shall support data analytics integration with Honeywell's Integrated Data Manager solution.
5.
IP Surveillance Control Keyboards:
a.
VMS shall support full integration with the Honeywell HJK7000 UltraKey Plus fully programmable touch screen keyboard and joy stick controller.
b.
VMS shall support full integration with the Honeywell HJC5000 UltraKey Lite fully programmable keyboard and joystick controller.
6.
Electronic Access Control Systems:
a.
Honeywell Pro-Watch Release 3.8 or later.
b.
Honeywell WIN-PAK Release 4.0 or later.
G.
System Hardware:
1.
VMS Server: Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
a.
Processor:
1)
Up to 5 Client Server: Single Intel Quad Core Xeon E3 1224V3 3.2 GHz.
2)
Up to 10 Client Server: Single Intel 6 Core Xeon E5 2630V2 2.6 GHz.
3)
Up to 25 Client Server: Dual Intel 6 Core Xeon E5 2630V2 2.6 GHz.
b.
System Memory (RAM):
1)
Up to 5 Client Server: 8 GB.
2)
Greater than 5 Client Server: 16 GB.
c.
Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW.
d.
Hard Disk Drives: Two separate hard drives or two sets of RAID arrays.
1)
Disk/RAID set 1 utilizing 7200 SATA or 10K-15K RPM SCSI 146 GB.
2)
Disk/RAID set 2 utilizing 7200 SATA or 10K-15K RPM SCSI 146 GB.
3)
If fault tolerance is required, RAID set one is RAID 1 or 10 and RAID set two is RAID 10 or 0 + 1.
e.
Network Interface Card (NIC): Dual or compatible pair of NICs, 1 Gbps.
f.
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
g.
Graphics Adapter: 32-bit color or higher, video resolution 1280x1024 pixels, 65K colors non-interlaced.
h.
Operating System: Original software CDs and startup installation diskettes for:
1)
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64-bit OR Windows Server 2012 64-bit.
2)
Microsoft SQL Express 2008 R2 OR SQL Express 2012.
i.
Windows Media Player Version 12.
j.
For installations where the system is integrated with Honeywell IP Engine recording software with more than 500 cameras, install a separate IP Engine database server. The specification of this server shall be determined based on end-user deployment requirements.
 
NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Workstation configuration assumes a four-monitor setup. Adjust as necessary if additional monitors are required.
 
2.
VMS Workstation: Workstation shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
a.
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K, 3.5 GHz.
b.
System Memory (RAM): 8 GB.
c.
Optical Drive: DVD-RW.
d.
Hard Disk Drives: Single disk or RAID 7200 SATA 250 GB or 10K to 15K SCSI 250 GB; RAID 0 or 0+1.
e.
Network Interface Card (NIC): 1 Gbps.
f.
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
g.
Graphics Adapter: 2 x 256MB PCIe x16 NVIDIA Quadro NVS 285, Dual DVI or Dual VGA or DVI+VGA; Video resolution 1280x1024 pixels, 32-bit.
1)
Dual Monitor Workstation: NVIDIA Quadro NVS300 512 MB PCI-E x12.
2)
Four Monitor Workstation: NVIDIA Quadro NVS510 2 GB PCI-E x16.
h.
Operating System: Windows 7 Pro 32- and 64-bit or Windows 8.1 Professional 64-bit.
i.
Windows Media Player Version 12.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Stand-alone NVR hardware and software option. Delete if not required.
 
2.3
NETWORK VIDEO RECORDERS
A.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR PE Network Video Recording System.
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
Network Video Recording System, Manufacturer Honeywell MAXPRO NVR PE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, remote viewing and search, and system management for up to 64 IP cameras including high definition formats. Multiple NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR PE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR Server: The NVR Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR Client): The NVR Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
4.
System Hardware:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** MAXPRO NVR PE is provided as a single unit with preconfigured hardware and MAXPRO NVR software. MAXPRO NVR software is also available separately for purchase and installation on COTS hardware.
 
a.
MAXPRO NVR PE Server: NVR Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
2U 8 bay storage unit with SAS hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790, 3.6 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Dual redundant 820 W.
5)
OS Drives: 2 x 2.5" 128 GB SATA solid state drives, RAID 1 support.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 4 TB to 32 TB raw storage, Video storage redundancy with RAID 5/6 support.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: 8 field-upgradable 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, or 4 TB SAS Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Network interface: Dual 1 Gigabit Ethernet.
12)
RAID card: 6 GB SAS/SATA RAID card, PCI Express x8, supports RAID levels up to 6+0.
13)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
14)
Monitor Output: HDMI with DVI-D to HDMI adapter or VGA or DVI-D or Display Port (1 monitor support).
15)
Rack kit: Rack kit for use with 2U chassis.
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 32 degree F to 95 degree F (0 degree C to 35 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class A; EN 55022 Class A.
3)
Immunity: EN 50130-4.
4)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1; IEC 60950-1.
5)
RoHS: EN 50581.
b.
Power Requirements: NVR shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 110/220 VAC 50/60 Hz.
2)
Operating Voltage: 110V/220V Auto Sensing.
3)
Power Dissipation:
a)
Average BTU rating = 800 BTU/HR.
b)
Peak BTU rating = 2800 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific to MAXPRO NVR PE:
a.
NVR shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 64 cameras.
c.
NVR shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 64 IP channels at 1920 fps at 4CIF/VGA or 1920 fps at 720p HD or 1920 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR PE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR with Incoming: 256 Mbps, Outgoing: 425 Mbps providing a Total: 681 Mbps. Archival support of 25 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (100 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR PE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 275 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR PE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR desktop client for up to 64 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 64 IP cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 30 fps/120 fps on local client.
B.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE Network Video Recording System:
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
HYBRID Network Video Recording System (HYBRID NVR) Manufacturer: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The HYBRID Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, viewing, search, and system management for up to 64 channels - any combination of either up to 64 IP cameras including high definition formats or up to 16 analog cameras. Multiple HYBRID NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR HYBRID Server: The NVR HYBRID Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all analog cameras, network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR HYBRID Client): The NVR HYBRID Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE is provided as a single unit with preconfigured hardware and MAXPRO NVR Hybrid software. MAXPRO NVR software is also available separately for purchase and installation on COTS hardware.
 
4.
System Hardware:
a.
MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE Server: NVR HYBRID Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
2U 8 bay storage unit with SAS hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Dual redundant 820 W.
5)
OS Drives: 2 x 2.5" 128 GB SATA solid state drives, RAID 1 support.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 4 TB to 32 TB raw storage, video storage redundancy with RAID 5/6 support.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: 8 field-upgradable 1 TB or 2 TB or 3 TB or 4 TB SAS Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Analog video inputs: 16 looping, BNC 1 Vp-p at 75 Ohms.
12)
Inputs and outputs: 16 NO/NC - selectable inputs, 4 relay outputs, 1 RS485 PTZ control port.
13)
Network interface: Dual 1 Gigabit Ethernet.
14)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
15)
Monitor Output: HDMI with DVI-D to HDMI adapter or VGA or DVI-D or Display port (1 monitor support) and RCA Spot monitor output.
16)
Rack kit: Rack kit for use with 2U chassis.
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR HYBRID shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 32 degree F to 95 degree F (0 degree C to 35 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class A.
3)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1.
b.
Power Requirements: The NVR HYBRID shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 110-220 VAC 50/60 Hz.
c.
Power Dissipation:
1)
Average BTU rating = 830 BTU/HR.
2)
Peak BTU rating = 2800 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific to MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE:
a.
NVR HYBRID shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR HYBRID shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 64 cameras.
c.
NVR HYBRID shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 64 channels with combination of 16 analog with 480 fps at CIF NTSC or 120 fps at 4CIF NTSC and 48 IP with 1440 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD; OR all 64 IP channels at 1920 fps at 720p HD or 1920 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR HYBRID PE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR HYBRID with Incoming: 256 Mbps, Outgoing: 425 Mbps providing a total: 681 Mbps. Archival support of 25 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (100 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 275 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid PE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR HYBRID desktop client for up to 64 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 64 cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 30 fps/120 fps on local client.
C.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR SE Network Video Recording System.
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
Network Video Recording System (NVR) Manufacturer: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR SE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, viewing, search, and system management for up to 64 IP cameras including high definition formats. Multiple NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR SE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR Server: The NVR Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR Client): The NVR Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
4.
System Hardware:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** MAXPRO NVR SE is provided as a single unit with preconfigured hardware and MAXPRO NVR software. MAXPRO NVR software is also available separately for purchase and installation on COTS hardware.
 
a.
MAXPRO NVR SE Server: NVR Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
2U 6 bay storage unit with SATA hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790, 3.6 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Single 400 W.
5)
OS Partition: 100 GB partition in storage drive 1.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 1 TB to 24 TB with 6 bays - 1 operating system and storage drive, 5 field-upgradable, 1, 2, 3 or 4 TB SATA hard drives.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: 6 field-upgradable 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB or 4 TB SATA Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Network interface: Two 1 Gigabit Ethernet included.
12)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
13)
Monitor Output: Dual monitor support: HDMI, VGA, DVI-D, Display Port.
14)
Rack kit: Rack kit for use with 2U chassis.
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 40 degree F to 104 degree F (5 degree C to 40 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class B.
3)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1.
b.
Power Requirements: NVR shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 110-240 VAC 50/60 Hz.
2)
Power Dissipation:
a)
Average BTU rating = 570 BTU/HR.
b)
Peak BTU rating = 1370 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific For MAXPRO NVR SE.
a.
NVR shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 64 cameras.
c.
NVR shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 64 IP channels at 1920 fps at 4CIF/VGA or 1920 fps at 720p HD or 1280 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR SE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR with Incoming: 160 Mbps, Outgoing: 350 Mbps providing a total: 510 Mbps. Archival support of 16 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (64 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR SE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 200 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR SE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR desktop client for up to 64 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 64 IP cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 20 fps/80 fps on local client.
D.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE Network Video Recording System.
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
HYBRID Network Video Recording System (HYBRID NVR) Manufacturer: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The HYBRID Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, viewing, search, and system management for up to 64 channels - any combination of either up to 64 IP cameras including high definition formats or up to 16 analog cameras. Multiple HYBRID NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR HYBRID Server: The NVR HYBRID Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all analog cameras, network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR HYBRID Client): The NVR HYBRID Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
4.
System Hardware:
a.
MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE Server: NVR HYBRID Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
4U 4 bay storage unit with SATA hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Single 400 W.
5)
OS Partition: 100 GB partition in storage drive 1.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 1 TB to 16 TB with 4 bays - 1 operating system and storage drive, 3 field-upgradable, 1, 2, 3, or 4 TB SATA hard drives.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: 4 field-upgradable 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, or 4 TB SATA Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Analog video inputs: 16 looping, BNC 1 Vp-p at 75 Ohms.
12)
Inputs and outputs: 16 NO/NC - selectable inputs, 16 relay outputs, 1 RS485 PTZ control port.
13)
Network interface: Two 1 Gigabit Ethernet included.
14)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
15)
Monitor Output: HDMI or VGA or DVI-D or Display port (1 monitor support) and RCA Spot monitor output.
16)
Rack kit: Rack ears included for use with four post racking systems.
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Manufacturer: Minimum ten years experience in manufacturing and maintaining HYBRID IP video recording systems. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free technical assistance and support available 24/7.
b.
Installer: Minimum two years experience installing similar systems, and acceptable to the manufacturer of the HYBRID IP video recording system.
c.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR HYBRID shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 40 degree F to 104 degree F (5 degree C to 40 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class B; EN55022:2010.
3)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1; EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A12:2011+A1:2010.
d.
Power Requirements: The NVR HYBRID shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 115-230 VAC 50/60 Hz.
2)
Power Dissipation:
a)
Average BTU rating = 500 BTU/HR.
b)
Peak BTU rating = 1370 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific to MAXPRO NVR SE HYBRID:
a.
NVR HYBRID shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR HYBRID shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 64 cameras.
c.
NVR HYBRID shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 64 channels with combination of 16 analog with 480 fps at CIF NTSC or 120 fps at 4CIF NTSC and 48 IP with 1440 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD OR all 64 IP channels at 1920 fps at 4CIF/VGA or 1920 fps at 720p HD or 1280 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR HYBRID SE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR HYBRID with Incoming: 160 Mbps, Outgoing: 350 Mbps providing a total: 510 Mbps. Archival support of 16 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (64 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid SE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 200 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid SE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR HYBRID desktop client for up to 64 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 64 cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 30 fps/120 fps on local client.
E.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR XE Network Video Recording System.
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
Network Video Recording System (NVR) Manufacturer: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR XE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, viewing, search, and system management for up to 8 or 16 IP cameras including high definition formats. Multiple NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR XE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR Server: The NVR Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR Client): The NVR Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** MAXPRO NVR XE is provided as a single unit with preconfigured hardware and MAXPRO NVR software. MAXPRO NVR software is also available separately for purchase and installation on COTS hardware.
 
4.
System Hardware:
a.
MAXPRO NVR XE Server: NVR Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
Desktop unit with internal SATA hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Single 300 W.
5)
OS Partition: 100 GB partition in internal storage drive 1.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Server Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB, or 8 TB.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: Internal fixed 1 TB, 2 TB or 3 TB SATA Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Network interface: Two 1 Gigabit Ethernet included.
12)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
13)
Monitor Output: HDMI or VGA or DVI-D or Display Port (1 monitor support).
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 40 degree F to 104 degree F (5 degree C to 40 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class A; EN55022:2010.
3)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1; EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A12:2011+A1:2010.
b.
Power Requirements: NVR shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 115-230 VAC 50/60 Hz.
2)
Power Dissipation:
a)
Average BTU rating = 320 BTU/HR.
b)
Peak BTU rating = 1030 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific to MAXPRO NVR XE:
a.
NVR shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 8 or 16 cameras.
c.
NVR shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 8 or 16 IP channels at 480 fps at 4CIF/VGA or 480 fps at 720p HD or 480 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR XE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR with Incoming: 65 Mbps, Outgoing: 180 Mbps providing a Total: 245 Mbps. Archival support of 16 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (64 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR XE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 200 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR XE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR desktop client for up to 8 or 16 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 8 or 16 IP cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 30 fps/120 fps on local client.
F.
Product: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE Network Video Recording System:
1.
Manufacturer:
a.
HYBRID Network Video Recording System (HYBRID NVR) Manufacturer: Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE Network Video Recording System, www.honeywell.com/security.
2.
System Description:
a.
The HYBRID Network Video Recorder (NVR) supports simultaneous recording, viewing, search, and system management for up to 16 channels - any combination of either up to 16 IP cameras including high definition formats or up to 16 analog cameras. Multiple HYBRID NVRs may be deployed for system expansion using a distributed architecture and integrated with the multi-site software or enterprise video management system.
b.
Basis-of-design is the Honeywell MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE.
3.
System Components:
a.
NVR HYBRID Server: The NVR HYBRID Server shall contain the recording engine, database of all analog cameras, network-connected cameras and encoders, integrated components and their configurations. Server shall be provided as a combined hardware and software device.
b.
Workstation Software (NVR HYBRID Client): The NVR HYBRID Client software shall render video and act as a main human/machine interface.
4.
System Hardware:
a.
MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE Server: NVR HYBRID Server shall operate with no performance degradation using the following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1)
Desktop unit with internal SATA hard drives.
2)
Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2 GHz, Intel HD Graphics 4600.
3)
Memory: 8 GB.
4)
Power supply: Single 250 W.
5)
OS Partition: 100 GB partition in internal storage drive 1.
6)
Operating system: Windows Embedded Standard 7, 64-bit SP1.
7)
Database: Microsoft SQL Express 2008 R2.
8)
Storage capacities: 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB or 8 TB.
9)
Video Storage Hard Disk Options: Internal fixed 1 TB, 2 TB, 3 TB, or 4 TB SATA Hard Disk Drive options.
10)
Optical drive: DVD-RW.
11)
Analog video inputs: 16 looping , BNC 1 Vp-p at 75 Ohms (looping outputs with accessory cables).
12)
Inputs and outputs: 16 NO/NC - selectable inputs, 16 relay outputs, 1 RS485 PTZ control port.
13)
Network interface: Two 1 Gigabit Ethernet included.
14)
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
15)
Monitor Output: HDMI or VGA or DVI-D or Display Port (1 monitor support), RCA Spot monitor output.
16)
Rack kit: Rack ears included for use with four post racking systems.
5.
Quality Assurance:
a.
Manufacturer: Minimum ten years experience in manufacturing and maintaining HYBRID IP video recording systems. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free technical assistance and support available 24/7.
b.
Installer: Minimum two years experience installing similar systems, and acceptable to the manufacturer of the HYBRID IP video recording system.
c.
Environmental Conditions: The NVR HYBRID shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: 40 degree F to 104 degree F (5 degree C to 40 degree C).
2)
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class A; EN55022:2010.
3)
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1; EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A12:2011+A1:2010.
d.
Power Requirements: The NVR HYBRID shall have the following electrical specifications:
1)
Input Voltage: 115-230 VAC 50/60 Hz.
2)
Power Dissipation:
e.
Average BTU rating = 340 BTU/HR.
f.
Peak BTU rating = 860 BTU/HR.
6.
Operational Requirements Specific to MAXPRO NVR XE HYBRID:
a.
NVR HYBRID shall provide a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the cameras, create schedules for recording, perform video surveillance and recording operations, and view various reports.
b.
NVR HYBRID shall be configured to store and to view images captured by 16 cameras.
c.
NVR HYBRID shall have following major capabilities:
1)
Record and monitor up to 16 channels with combination of 16 analog with 480 fps at CIF NTSC or 120 fps at 4CIF NTSC; OR combination of 8 analog with 100 fps at 4CIF NTSC and 8 IP with 240 fps at 720p HD or 240 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD; OR all 16 IP with 480 fps at 4CIF/VGA or 480 fps at 720p HD or 480 fps at 1080p (4 Mbps bitrate) HD per MAXPRO NVR HYBRID XE. Network bandwidth/throughput supported per NVR HYBRID with Incoming: 65 Mbps, Outgoing: 180 Mbps providing a Total: 245 Mbps. Archival support of 16 channels at 4 Mbps bitrate each (64 Mbps total archival throughput capacity per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE), with outgoing archival storage throughput of 200 Mbps. Multi-stream support with maximum 128 streams per MAXPRO NVR Hybrid XE. Support for configuring one (1) preferred stream for continuous recording and one (1) preferred stream for live video/motion based recording per camera. Support for One-Way Audio (for specific IP cameras) with live, playback and clip export on NVR HYBRID desktop client for up to 16 IP channels.
2)
Live viewing of up to 16 cameras on a single remote workstation with up to two (2) monitors set up at CIF resolution. For 4CIF and HD resolution, the number of live streams needs to be benchmarked based on client hardware configuration deployed. Cost-effective enhanced HD video rendering on remote desktop clients with support for monitoring of up to 18 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps 1080p HD with no-time lapse using the GPU capabilities of in-built processor graphics with 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. Up to 4 1080p HD at 30 fps/120 fps on local client.
G.
Other NVR Operational Requirements:
1.
Powerful investigation and video archive search tools from remote client.
2.
Capable of managing motion detection-based recording with pre-event and post-event recording based on camera-based motion detection or Server-based motion detection events (SMART VMD) and "advanced" search on recordings from remote client.
3.
Preview and Calendar Search permitting search for videos and events-based on user-selected date and time from remote client. SMART motion search - fast and efficient forensic search and investigation for objects/motion on recorded video using Honeywell SMART motion detection Analytics algorithms on the client PC without impacting the NVR Server load.
4.
Simultaneous use of multiple video compressions including MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264.
5.
Internationalization - supports the following languages: French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic and English.
6.
Email on alarm.
7.
Instant clip creation from snapshot.
8.
Dynamic IP Camera Discovery - Automatically discover all compatible cameras connected to NVR.
9.
Multi-level user access rights for viewing and manages access to the recorder functions.
10.
Capable of managing continuous, scheduled, manual, event-based, and alarm-based recording features.
11.
Advanced security features with encryption support for communication between desktop client to NVR and secure https login for web client and mobile apps.
12.
Support for web client and mobile apps.
13.
Mode for User Login: NVR shall have the option of two modes of user logins:
a.
Windows Authentication: Uses Windows logged-in user name.
b.
User DB Authentication: Uses preconfigured user name and password.
14.
Workstation (NVR Client) shall provide the following operator options:
a.
Configuration: The operator (with Administrator privileges) shall have the option to configure the NVR. Live update of all configurations is supported. The following configurations shall be possible:
1)
System Configuration: Provide options to configure the system level settings.
2)
Camera Configuration: Provide options to add/edit/delete IP cameras and encoders.
3)
Schedules: Provide options to configure schedule-based recording for cameras connected to the NVR.
4)
Input and Output: Provide options to configure camera input and output.
5)
Sequences: Provide options to group a fixed number of cameras to view video.
6)
User Management (Users and Roles): Provide option to add/edit/delete users.
7)
Clip Deletion Settings: Provide the ability to automatically utilize more storage on event-initiated recording.
8)
Independent deletion setting for continuous recording.
9)
Independent deletion setting for event recording.
10)
Surrounding Cameras: Provide option to grant a user the ability to view a single camera surrounded by the cameras programmed as the "Surrounding Cameras".
11)
Profile Cameras: Multi-zoom views on HD video and support to create virtual cameras by digitally zooming into the field of view. For example: zooming in on a cash register in one view of the HD camera while at the same time monitoring the cashier in the zoomed out view of that HD camera.
15.
Configurations for cameras connected to NVR:
a.
Camera Configuration: The user shall be able to configure the following parameters for each camera connected to the NVR.
1)
Camera Name.
2)
IP Address.
3)
Camera Type.
4)
Fixed/PTZ.
5)
Continuous Recording: All cameras added shall be defaulted to "24/7" recording with the option to select other recording modes.
6)
Event-based Recording: Shall be "None" by default, with the option to select motion-based recording.
7)
User name: Shall display and enable setting the user name for a camera.
8)
Password: Shall enable setting the password for a camera.
9)
Camera Advanced Settings: Shall enable configuration of Video Format, Compression Format, Resolution, Compression, Video Frame Rate, GOP, Record Quality Settings, Clip Deletion Settings, Launching Web View of camera for Advanced Setup, Motion detection zones configuration for Server-based motion detection, Video Archival Settings, Multi-Stream Settings and Video Preview. Shall enable configuration of RTSP URL for cameras or encoders added with camera type - Generic RTSP.
b.
The following video recording options shall be supported:
1)
Scheduled-based recording: The system shall support the ability to schedule recordings for each individual camera for times in the future. By default, the NVR shall be pre-loaded with the following four schedules: 24x7, Weekday, Daytime, and Nighttime, which cannot be edited. A maximum of 50 schedules can be created in the NVR.
2)
User-based recording: The user shall be able to configure user activated settings for recording moments of interest while viewing live video from a camera. After configuring the user activated settings, the operator can start recording of video when needed. The video is recorded for the time period specified in the System settings for user activated recording. The User-based Recording Time Duration shall be selectable from a list of values ranging between 30 seconds and 5 minutes.
3)
Event-based recording: Event-based recording shall be possible on SMART Video Motion Detection and alarm triggers. The NVR must be capable of managing motion detection-based recording with pre-event and post-event recording based on camera and Server-based motion detection events. The server-based SMART VMD analytics must be object-based and not traditional pixel-based, reducing false alarms due to changing light conditions, video noise, rain or other false alarm triggers that occur using pixel-based (traditional) VMD.
16.
Viewer: The NVR Viewer shall have the following minimum capabilities:
a.
Main video viewing screen capable of showing 1, 4, 9, 16, and other customized split salvos of live or recorded video. Standard presets shall be customizable to the user preferences.
b.
Capable of saving current salvo as a View and allowing the user to drag this view at any later point in time.
c.
Capable of configuring and running scan sequences.
d.
Capable of adjusting the contrast, brightness, and saturation settings for each camera independently.
e.
Capable of exporting user selected image or video clips in simple .wmv, .asf, .mpvc and .bmp formats. Capable of attaching a digital signature for authentication of exported clips in .wmv format.
f.
Capability to play back the video clips exported. Each video channel that is being recorded by the recording system shall be overlaid with text and a time stamp that is customizable by the user.
g.
MAXPRO Video Container (.mpvc) format support - only playable in MAXPRO desktop clients and standalone Clip Player. Features quicker exports of raw video and support for estimating clip size and split to multiple clips to ensure clip storage media matches. Include the clip player with exported clip for easier review of video evidence and efficient investigation. Clip Player - Portable standard secure player for archived and exported clips (*.mpvc), 360 camera de-warping and 2x2 Salvo support. Smooth playback support with up to 256x review speed. No software needed to run on a Windows PC, with the option to include the clip player with the exported clip.
h.
Allow the user to initiate recording through the GUI or a controller.
i.
Capability of complete alarm management for the alarms coming from the NVR.
j.
Facility of surrounding camera view.
k.
Option to perform various operations through context menu on a particular video (live/recorded/sequence). These operations include: Full screen, point and drag, maintain aspect ratio, toggle text, digital PTZ, add bookmark, start recording, stop recording, mark in, mark out, save image, save image as, show surrounding cameras.
l.
Ability to manage timeline control of the recording device, which provides camera recording statistics. Timeline control shall have the following features: Mark input (with looping facility), bookmark, snapshot, time slider, time jump, play controls.
m.
Preference configuration including: frame rate of unselected panels, rendered type, preview pane, text display format.
17.
Search: The Search facility shall include search for recorded video and events based on date and time.
18.
Reports: The Report facility shall include event history report and audit log report.
H.
NVR Integrations:
1.
NVR shall be compatible with the following interoperability standards:
a.
Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA).
b.
Open Network Video Interface Forum Profile S (ONVIF Profile S).
c.
Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP).
2.
NVR shall be compatible with the following Fixed and PTZ IP cameras.
a.
Honeywell Performance Series and equIP Series IP cameras.
b.
Supports IP cameras from the following manufacturers. Please contact Honeywell for the complete list of manufacturers and models.
1)
AXIS Communications.
2)
Sony.
3)
Panasonic.
4)
Bosch.
5)
Samsung.
6)
Vivotek.
7)
Pelco.
3.
NVR shall be compatible with the following encoders:
a.
Honeywell HVE Series Encoders.
b.
Supports Encoders from the following manufacturers. Please contact Honeywell for the complete list of manufacturers and models.
1)
AXIS Communications.
2)
Sony.
3)
Panasonic.
4)
Bosch.
5)
Samsung.
6)
Vivotek.
4.
NVR shall be compatible with the following 360 degree Camera solutions. Please contact Honeywell for the complete list of models.
a.
Oncam Grandeye.
b.
Immervision Enables - Panomorph Lenses.
c.
AXIS 360 degree /180 degree.
d.
Arecont 360 degree /180 degree.
5.
NVR shall be compatible with the following Multi-site Video Management Systems:
a.
Honeywell MAXPRO Viewer.
6.
NVR shall be compatible with the following Video Management Systems:
a.
Honeywell MAXPRO VMS.
7.
NVR shall be compatible with the following Access Control Security System:
a.
Honeywell Pro-Watch Access Control System through MAXPRO VMS and MAXPRO Viewer.
b.
Honeywell WIN-PAK Access Control System.
8.
Video Analytics supported through MAXPRO VMS:
a.
Honeywell Active Alert.
9.
IP Surveillance Control Keyboards supported through MAXPRO VMS:
a.
Honeywell HJK7000 UltraKey Plus.
b.
Honeywell HJC5000 UltraKey Lite.
c.
Honeywell HJC4000 UltraKey Touch.
I.
Workstation Hardware:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Workstation configuration assumes two-monitor setup. Workstation is required for remote clients only; a local client is available on the NVR unit for configuration and monitoring. The performance specifications below are recommended for systems with fixed or PTZ cameras only. Oncam Grandeye 360 cameras are not supported with GPU rendering and use CPU rendering by default. On Windows 7 workstations, GPU rendering is only supported through the motherboard monitor outputs and any additional graphics cards should be disabled in BIOS. On Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 workstations with Intel GPU and any additional graphics cards, at least one monitor should be connected to the motherboard monitor output.
 
1.
NVR Workstation: NVR Workstation shall operate with no performance degradation using the following recommended hardware and operating system configuration for rendering up to eighteen (18) 1080p HD cameras in real time (30 fps)/540 fps at 1080p HD with no time-lapse:
a.
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790, 3.6 GHz or equivalent 4th generation Intel Core Processors for client systems. GPU rendering by NVR client is not currently supported on 6th generation Intel(r) Core(tm) processors (Skylake processors) and CPU rendering should be used by uninstalling the GPU driver.
b.
Graphics Adapter: In-built Processor Graphics (GPU): Intel HD Graphics 4600 or equivalent.
c.
System Memory (RAM): 8 GB.
d.
Optical Drive: DVD-RW.
e.
Hard Disk Drives: Single Disk or RAID 0 or 0+1 10K SATA 80GB or 10K to 15K SAS 73 GB.
f.
Network Interface Card (NIC): 1 Gbps.
g.
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device.
h.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1, Windows 8.1 Professional 64-bit, or Windows 10 Professional 64-bit.
J.
Manufacturer Support:
1.
Manufacturer shall provide customer service, pre-sales applications assistance, after-sales technical assistance, access to technical online support, and online training using Web conferencing.
2.
Manufacturer shall provide 24/7 technical assistance and support via a toll-free telephone number at no extra charge.
K.
NVR Environmental Conditions:
1.
The NVR shall be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
a.
Operating Temperature: 32 degree F to 95 degree F (0 degree C to 35 degree C).
b.
Emissions: FCC part 15B Class A.
c.
Safety: ANSI / UL 60950-1; CAN / CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1.
2.4
ENCODERS
A.
The audio/video encoder shall offer the latest in technology, providing unparalleled stability, security, and ease of use, with advanced algorithms, fast capture rates, and a unique Graphical User Interface (GUI).
B.
The audio/video encoder is a complete analog-to-digital conversion solution. The combination of motion detection, audio, recording resolutions, remote notification technologies, and local and remote storage, shall provide an extremely flexible and reliable solution.
1.
Remote video software (the Honeywell IP Utility), that runs on a Microsoft Windows-based personal computer. The Honeywell IP Utility is used for remotely accessing multiple HVE Encoders for the purpose of viewing live video, searching and playing back recorded video, and backing up video clips.
C.
Available as a 1-channel configuration with encoding capability up to 30 fps at 4CIF resolution (NTSC), and data storage from 4 GB (microSDHC card) to 32 GB.
1.
Product: Honeywell HVE1 Audio/Video Encoder.
2.
HVE1 Audio/Video Encoder shall work with one (1) analog camera and transmit audio and video over a network. It will use the latest encoding technology to digitize analog audio and video signals.
3.
HVE1 Audio/Video Encoder shall be configured to work with a Network Video Recorder (NVR) to store and to view images.
4.
HVE1 Audio/Video Encoder software shall be user configured via a web client on a personal computer running a current version of the Internet Explorer web browser.
D.
Available as a 4-channel configuration with encoding capability up to 30 fps at 4CIF resolution (NTSC), and data storage from 16 GB (microSDHC card) to 32 GB.
1.
Product: Honeywell HVE4 Audio/Video Encoder.
2.
HVE4 Audio/Video Encoder shall work with up to four (4) analog cameras and transmit audio and video over a network. It will use the latest encoding technology to digitize analog audio and video signals.
3.
HVE4 Audio/Video Encoder shall be configured to work with a Network Video Recorder (NVR) to store and to view images.
4.
HVE4 Audio/Video Encoder software shall be user configured via a web client on a personal computer running a current version of the Internet Explorer web browser.
E.
Available as an 8-channel configuration with encoding capability up to 30 fps at 4CIF resolution (NTSC), and data storage up to 4 TB.
1.
Product: Honeywell HVE8 Audio/Video Encoder.
2.
HVE8 Audio/Video Encoder shall work with up to eight (8) analog cameras and transmit audio and video over a network. It will use the latest encoding technology to digitize analog audio and video signals.
3.
HVE8 Audio/Video Encoder shall be configured to work with a Network Video Recorder (NVR) to store and to view images.
4.
HVE8 Audio/Video Encoder software shall be user configured via a web client on a personal computer running a current version of the Internet Explorer web browser.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Honeywell's line of ONVIF-compliant IP cameras give you increased flexibility and the freedom to choose what's right for your installation. Designed with open IP standards, including ONVIF Profile S, our IP network cameras offer superb picture quality and seamless integration to our Honeywell video NVR and VMS solutions as well as other manufacturers' network devices to ensure full interoperability. Delete if not required.
 
2.5
FIXED CAMERAS
A.
Performance Standards: IP camera system shall meet or exceed the following camera specifications:
1.
Imager: CMOS (Progressive Scan).
2.
Video Streaming: Configurable resolution and frame rate for each selected MJPEG/H.264 stream.
a.
Plus H.264+/H.265: HBD8GR1, H4D8GR1, HCD8G, HSW2G1.
b.
Plus H.264H/B: H3W2GR1, H3W2GR2, H3W4GR1, H4L2GR1, H4W2GR1, H4W2GR2, H4W4GR1, HBL2GR1, HBW2GR1, HBW2GR3, HBW4GR1, HCL2G, HCW2G, HCW4G.
3.
On Board Storage: Up to 128 GB microSDHS (Class10) support. Card not included.
4.
Intelligent Video: Face detection, Video motion detection.
5.
Fixed Cameras Privacy Zones: Conceals up to 4 areas of a scene from viewing and recording.
6.
PTZ Cameras Privacy Zones: Conceals up to 24 areas of a scene from viewing and recording.
7.
Compression:
a.
Triple Stream H.265 Compression: H.265 (3X) and H.265/H.264/MJPEG -HFD6GR1, HFD8GR1.
b.
Triple Stream H.265 Compression: H.265 (3X) and H.265/H.264+/H.264/MJPEG - H4D8GR1, HBD8GR1, HCD8G, HWS2G1.
c.
Triple Stream H.264 Compression: H.264 (3X) and H.264/H.264H/H.264B/MJPEG - H3W2GR1, H3W2GR2, H3W4GR1, H4L2GR1, H4W2GR1, H4W2GR2, H4W4GR1, HBL2GR1, HBW2GR1, HBW2GR3, HBW4GR1, HCW2G, HCL2G, HCW4G.
8.
Security: Multiple user access levels with password protection.
9.
Features: NTP Time Sync, Multiple Browser Support, Date/ Time Stamp Embedded.
10.
Remote firmware updates.
11.
Audio Support: Two-way (No audio - HSW2G1).
12.
Regulatory: FCC, CE, UL/CSA Listed.
B.
Product Series: equIP Series Models as manufactured by Honeywell Security and Fire:
1.
True Day/Night IP Box Camera System:
a.
Mechanical Specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions (L x H x D): 4.92 x 2.72 x 2.98 inches (125.0 x 69.0 x 75.8.0 mm), without a lens.
2)
Unit Weight: 1.21 lb (0.55 kg) camera only.
3)
Connectors:
a)
Video Output: BNC connector.
b)
Lens: 4-pin connector.
c)
Network: RJ-45 connector.
d)
Power Input: DC jack/2-pin terminal block.
e)
Alarm I/O: Screw block.
f)
Audio In: 3.5 mm mono phone jack.
g)
Audio Out: 3.5 mm mono phone jack.
4)
Construction: Die-cast Aluminum
b.
Electrical Specifications:
1)
Voltage: 12 V DC, 24 V AC, or PoE IEEE 802.3af.
2)
Power Consumption:
a)
12 V DC/24 V AC: 6.5 watts max. - HCW2G, HCL2G, HCW4G
b)
12 V DC/24 V AC: 8.0 watts max. - HCD8G
c)
PoE: PD Type 1, Class 0, 12.95 watts (max).
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating temperature: -22 degree F (-30 degree C) to 140 degree F (60 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity: 0-95 percent, non-condensing.
3)
Emissions: FCC, Part 15; EN 55022; AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009+A1 (2010).
d.
Model HCD8G: 12 MP Indoor Box WDR Storage. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 8 W.
e.
Model HCL2G: 2 MP Indoor Box Super WDR TDN Storage. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 6.5 W.
f.
Model HCW2G: 2 MP Indoor Box WDR Storage. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 6.5 W.
g.
Model HCW4G: 4 MP Indoor Box WDR TDN Storage. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 6.5 W.
h.
Lens option: HLM105V42MPD: 10.5 - 42.0 mm high definition 12 megapixel lens, F1.5 (sold separately).
i.
Lens option: HLM37V16MPD: 3.7 - 16.0 mm high definition 12 megapixel lens, F1.5 (sold separately).
j.
Lens option: HLM27V12MPD: 2.7 - 12.0 mm high definition 4 megapixel lens, F1.6 (sold separately) (not for HCD8G).
k.
Lens option: HLM5V50MPD: 5.0 - 50.0 mm high definition 4 megapixel lens, F1.6 (sold separately) (not for HCD8G).
2.
TDN Indoor IP Bullet Camera System:
a.
Mechanical specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions (L x H): 11.1 x 4.3 inches (281.0 x 110.0 mm).
2)
Unit Weight: 4.4 lb (2.0 kg) camera only.
3)
Network Connectors: RJ-45 connector.
4)
IR LEDs:
a)
LEDs (see model).
b)
IR Illumination Distance (see model). IR illumination is dependent on scene reflectance.
5)
Construction: Die-cast aluminum with powder coat
b.
Electrical specifications:
1)
Voltage: 12 V DC, 24 V AC, or PoE IEEE 802.3af.
2)
Power Consumption:
a)
24 V AC: 12.0 watts max. - HBW2GR1, HBW2GR3, HBW4GR1.
b)
24 V AC: 14.5 watts max. - HBL2GR1.
c)
24 V AC: 18.0 watts max. - HBD8GR1.
d)
PoE: Type 0, Class 0, 12.0 watts (max) - HBW2GR1, HBW2GR3, HBW4GR1.
e)
PoE: PD Type 1, Class 4, 14.5 watts (max). - HBL2GR1.
f)
PoE: PD Type 1, Class 4, 12.95 watts (max). - HBD8GR1.
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: -40 degree F (-40 degree C) to 140 degree F (60 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity:
a)
HBL2GR1/HBW2GR1/HBW2GR3/HBW4GR1: 10-100 percent, non-condensing.
b)
HBD8GR1: 0-95 percent, non-condensing.
3)
Emissions:
a)
HBL2GR1/HBW2GR1/HBW2GR3/HBW4GR1: FCC, Part 15; EN 55022; Complies with RCM (AS/NZS).
b)
HBD8GR1: FCC, Part 15B; EN 55032; AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009+ A1(2010).
d.
Model HBD8GR1: 12 MP Indoor TDN 4K Ultra HD Low Light IR Bullet Storage. 5.1 - 12.8 mm MFZ. PoE+, 18.0 W. 4 IR LEDs, up to 210 ft (65 m).
e.
Model HBL2GR1: 2 MP Indoor TDN Ultra Low Light IR Bullet Storage. 2.7-12.0 mm MFZ. PoE, 14.5 W. 4 IR LEDs, up to 195 ft (60 m).
f.
Model HBW2GR1: 2 MP Indoor TDN Low Light IR Bullet Storage. 2.7-12.0 mm MFZ. PoE, 12.0 W. 4 IR LEDs, up to 195 ft (60 m).
g.
Model HBW2GR3: 2 MP Indoor TDN Low Light IR Bullet Storage. 5.0-50.0 mm MFZ. PoE, 12.0 W. 4 IR LEDs, up to 195 ft (60 m).
h.
Model HBW4GR1: 4 MP Indoor TDN Low Light IR Bullet Storage. 2.7-12.0 mm MFZ. PoE, 12.0 W. 4 IR LEDs, up to 195 ft (60 m).
3.
IR TDN Indoor Dome IP Camera System:
a.
Mechanical specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions: diameter 4.96 x 4.80 inches (diameter 126.0 x 122 mm), without a lens.
2)
Unit Weight: 1.26 lb (0.57 kg).
3)
Connectors:
a)
Power Input: 2-pin terminal block.
b)
Video Output (AUX): BNC connector (75 ohms).
c)
Network: RJ-45 connector.
d)
Alarm I/O: 4-pin terminal block.
e)
Audio I/O: 2-pin terminal block.
4)
IR LEDs:
a)
LEDs (see model).
b)
IR Illumination Distance (see model). IR illumination is dependent on scene reflectance.
5)
Construction: Polycarbonate-Lid and Skirt, Die-cast Aluminum Camera Base, RAL 9003.
b.
Electrical specifications:
1)
Voltage: 12 V DC / 24 V AC; PoE IEEE 802.3af.
2)
Power Consumption:
a)
9 watts max.
b)
PoE: PD Type 1 Class 0. 12.95 watts (max).
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: -22 degree F (-30 degree C) and 122 degree F (50 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity: 0-95 percent, non-condensing.
3)
Emissions: FCC, Part 15; CE - EN 55022; Complies with RCM (AS/NZS).
d.
Indoor Dome:
1)
Model H3W2GR1: 2 MP Indoor Dome WDR TDN Storage. 2.7-12.0 mm MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 9 W. 2 IR LEDs, up to 65 ft (20 m).
2)
Model H3W2GR2: 3 MP Indoor Dome WDR TDN Storage. 7.0 - 22.0 mm MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 9 W. 2 IR LEDs, up to 65 ft (20 m).
3)
Model H3W4GR1: 4 MP Indoor Dome WDR TDN Storage. 2.7-12.0 mm MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 9 W. 2 IR LEDs, up to 65 ft (20 m).
4.
Network Height Strip Camera System:
a.
Mechanical specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.88 x 34.1 x 1.16 inches (48.0 x 867.0 x 29.4 mm).
2)
Unit Weight: 1.98 lb (0.9 kg).
3)
Connectors:
a)
Power Input: 2.1 mm jack.
b)
Network: RJ-45 connector.
4)
Construction: Extruded aluminum with scratch-coated acrylic front.
b.
Electrical specifications:
1)
Voltage: 12 V DC.
2)
Power Consumption: 2.2 watts max.
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: -22 degree F (-30 degree C) and 140 degree F (60 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity: 0-95 percent, non-condensing.
3)
Emissions: FCC, Part 15B.
d.
Model HSW2G1: 1080p Network Height Strip Storage. 2.8 mm Fixed Lens. 12 V DC, 2.2 W.
5.
Network TDN Superior HD IR Fisheye Camera System:
a.
Mechanical specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions (W x H): diameter 5.9 x 2.2 inches (diameter 150.2 x 55.8 mm).
2)
Unit Weight: 1.1 lb (0.5 kg).
3)
Connectors:
a)
Power Input: 2.1 mm jack.
b)
Network: RJ-45 connector.
c)
Audio I/O: RCA jack.
d)
Alarm I/O: Wires
4)
IR LEDs:
a)
LEDs: 3
b)
Illumination Distance: Up to 25 ft (8 m)
5)
Construction: Die-cast aluminum with powder coat.
b.
Electrical specifications:
1)
Voltage: 12 V DC, PoE IEEE 802.3af Class 0.
2)
Power Consumption:
a)
12 V DC: 10.0 watts max. (with IR LEDs on)
b)
PoE: PD Type 1, Class 0, 10.0 watts (max).
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating Temperature: -22 degree F (-30 degree C) and 140 degree F (60 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity: 0-95 percent, non-condensing.
3)
Ingress Protection Rating: IP67.
4)
Vandal Resistance Rating: IK10.
5)
Emissions: FCC, Part 15B; CE - EN 55032; AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009+ A1(2010).
d.
Model HFD6GR1: 6 MP TDN Superior HD IR Fisheye Storage. 1.7 mm Fixed Fisheye Lens. 12 V DC, 10.0 W. 3 IR LEDs.
e.
Model HFD8GR1: 12 MP TDN Superior HD IR Fisheye Storage. 1.7 mm Fixed Fisheye Lens. 12 V DC, 10.0 W. 3 IR LEDs.
6.
True Day/Night IR Rugged Outdoor Dome IP Camera System:
a.
Mechanical specifications:
1)
Unit Dimensions (W x H): 6.2 x 4.6 inches (159.0 x 118.0 mm).
2)
Unit Weight: 2.3 lb (1.05 kg) camera only.
3)
Connectors:
a)
Network: RJ-45 connector.
b)
Aux Video Output: BNC connector.
c)
Alarm I/O: 3-pin terminal block.
d)
Audio I/O: 2-pin terminal block.
e)
Power Input: 2-pin terminal block.
4)
IR LEDs:
a)
LEDs (see model).
5)
IR Illumination Distance (see model). IR illumination is dependent on scene reflectance.
6)
Construction: Die-cast aluminum housing with powder coat.
b.
Electrical specifications:
1)
Voltage:
a)
12 V DC, 24 V AC, or PoE+ (802.3af) Class 4 - H4D8GR1.
b)
12 V DC, 24 V AC, or PoE (802.3af) Class 0 - H4L2GR1/H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4W4GR1.
2)
Power Consumption:
a)
12 V DC/24 V AC: 18.0 watts max. - H4D8GR1
b)
12 V DC/24 V AC: 10.5 watts max. - H4L2GR1/H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4W4GR1
c)
PoE: PoE+ (802.3af) Class 4, 18.0 watts (max) - H4D8GR1.
d)
PoE: PoE (802.3af) Class 0, 10.5 watts (max) - H4L2GR1/H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4W4GR1.
c.
Designed to meet the following environmental conditions:
1)
Operating temperature: -40 degree F (-40 degree C) to 140 degree F (60 degree C).
2)
Relative Humidity:
a)
0-95 percent, non-condensing - H4D8GR1.
b)
10-100 percent, non-condensing - H4L2GR1/H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4W4GR1.
3)
Ingress Protection Rating: IP67.
4)
Vandal Resistance Rating: IK10.
5)
Emissions:
a)
FCC, Part 15; EN 55022; Complies with RCM (AS/NZS) - H4W2GR1, H4W2GR2, H4L2GR1, H4W4GR1.
b)
FCC, Part 15B; EN 55032; AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009+ A1(2010) - H4D8GR1.
d.
Model H4D8GR1 12 MP TDN 4K Ultra HD Low Light IR Rugged Outdoor Minidome Storage. 4.1-12.8 mm MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 18.0 W. 3 LEDs, up to 145 ft (45 m).
e.
Model H4L2GR1 2 MP TDN Ultra Low Light IR Rugged Outdoor Minidome Storage. 2.7-12.0 MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 12.0 W. 3 LEDs, up to 150 ft (50 m).
f.
Model H4W2GR1 2 MP TDN Low Light IR Rugged Outdoor Minidome Storage. 2.7-12.0 MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 12.0 W. 3 LEDs, up to 150 ft (50 m).
g.
Model H4W2GR2 2 MP TDN Low Light IR Rugged Outdoor Minidome Storage. 7.0-22.0 MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 12.0 W. 3 LEDs, up to 150 ft (50 m).
h.
Model H4W4GR1 4 MP TDN Low Light IR Rugged Outdoor Minidome Storage. 2.7-12.0 MFZ. 24 V AC/12 V DC/PoE, 12.0 W. 3 LEDs, up to 150 ft (50 m).
C.
Mounts and Brackets
1.
Indoor Wall Mount Bracket: HD3-MK2
a.
Weight: 0.18 lb (0.08 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Polycarbonate/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 3.82 x 6.06 x 4.76 in. (97.0 x 154.0 x 121.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: H3W2GR1/H3W2GR2/H3W4GR1.
2.
Wall Mount Bracket: HD4CHIP-WK2
a.
Weight: 1.34 lb (0.61 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 5.48 x 8.50 x 4.65 in. (139.3 x 215.9 x 118.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4L2GR1/H4W4GR1/H4D8GR1 (optional + HB34G-CM/HB4G-PM).
3.
Pendant Mount Bracket: HD4CHIP-PK2
a.
Weight: 0.82 lb (0.37 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast aluminum /White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 1.82 x diameter 6.49 in. (46.2 x diameter 164.7 mm)
d.
Compatible with: H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4L2GR1/H4W4GR1/H4D8GR1.
4.
Corner Mount Adapter: HB34G-CM
a.
Weight: 3.7 lb (1.7 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: SECC /White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 6.7 x 9.6 x 5.4 in. (170.0 x 243.0 x 138.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4L2GR1/H4W4GR1/H4D8GR1+HD4CHIP-WK2; HBW2GR1/HBW2GR3/HBL2GR1/HBW4GR1/HBD8GR1 (+ HBG-BB); HFD6GR1/HFD8GR1 + HFG-PK + HFG-WK.
5.
Bullet Camera Back Box: HBG-BB
a.
Weight: 0.67 lb (0.31 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast aluminum /Gray powder coating
c.
Dimensions: diameter 4.29 x 1.61 in. (diameter 109.0 x 41.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HBW2GR1/HBW2GR3/HBL2GR1/HBW4GR1/HBD8GR1 (+ HB34G-CM/HB4G-PM).
6.
Pole Mount Adapter: HB4G-PM
a.
Weight: 2.05 lb (0.93 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: SECC /White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 5.1 x 6.7 x 1.8 in. (130.4 x 170.0 x 45.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: H4W2GR1/H4W2GR2/H4L2GR1/H4W4GR1/H4D8GR1 + HD4CHIP-WK2; HBW2GR1/HBW2GR3/HBL2GR1/HBW4GR1/HBD8GR1 (+ HBG-BB); HFD6GR1/HFD8GR1 + HFG-PK + HFG-WK.
7.
Fisheye Pendant Mount Bracket: HFG-PK
a.
Weight: 0.46 lb (0.21 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum /White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 1.5 in. (150.8 x 150.8 x 37.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HFD6GR1/HFD8GR1 (+ HFG-WK) (+ HB34G-CM/HB4G-PM).
8.
Fisheye Wall Mount Bracket: HFG-WK
a.
Weight: 1.54 lb (0.7 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast aluminum /White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 5.3 x 5.3 x 7.4 in. (134.0 x 134.0 x 187.5 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HFD6GR1/HFG8GR1 (+ HFG-PK) (+ HB34G-CM/HB4G-PM).
2.6
PTZ CAMERAS
A.
HDZ Series TDN 1080p True Day/Night In/Outdoor High Speed 30x Zoom IP PTZ Cameras:
1.
Provide a True Day/Night 1080p In/Outdoor high speed IP PTZ dome camera with 30x zoom lens for video surveillance; including design, supply, installation and commissioning.
a.
Components: In/Outdoor dome housing, camera scan unit, cabling, and a web-based GUI that provides complete control of the IP PTZ dome settings and live video access.
2.
The HDZ Series PTZ dome camera shall use one of the following:
a.
A rugged, discreet, outdoor IP67- and IK10-rated impact-resistant enclosure that can be easily installed directly to a ceiling, wall or roof with either the wall or pendant mounting accessories: HDZ302DE, HDZ302LIK.
b.
A rugged, discreet, outdoor IP66- and IK10-rated impact-resistant enclosure that can be easily installed directly to a ceiling, wall or roof with either the wall or pendant mounting accessories: HDZ302D.
c.
A rugged, discreet, outdoor IP67-rated waterproof enclosure with lens wiper that can be easily installed directly to a ceiling, wall or roof with either the wall or ceiling mounting accessories: HDZ302LIW.
d.
A rugged, discreet enclosure that is designed for in-ceiling installation: HDZ302DIN.
3.
Standards: ONVIF Profile S and Profile G (HDZ302LIK/HDZ302LIW Profile S, only)
4.
Regulatory Requirements:
a.
Emissions:
1)
EU - EN55022; NA - FCC Part 15B, AS/NZL - CISPR 22:2009+A1 (2010): HDZ302LIK, HDZ302LIW.
2)
EU - EN55032; NA - FCC Part 15B, AS/NZL - CISPR 22:2009+A1 (2010): HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, HDZ302DIN.
5.
Environmental Requirements:
a.
Operating Temperature:
1)
-40 Degree C (-40 Degree F) to 70 Degree C (158 Degree F): HDZ302DE, HDZ302LIK, HDZ302LIW.
2)
-40 Degree C (-40 Degree F) to 60 Degree C (140 Degree F): HDZ302D.
3)
-10 Degree C (14 Degree F) to 60 Degree C (140 Degree F): HDZ302DIN.
b.
Relative Humidity:
1)
Less than 95 percent, non-condensing: HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, HDZ302DIN.
2)
Less than 90 percent, non-condensing: HDZ302LIK, HDZ302LIW.
c.
Ingress Protection Rating:
1)
IP67: HDZ302DE, HDZ302LIK, HDZ302LIW.
2)
IP66: HDZ302D, HDZ302DIN.
d.
IK10 Vandal Resistance Rating: HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, HDZ302DIN (bubble only), HDZ302LIK.
6.
Performance:
a.
Resolution:
1)
1080p (1920 x 1080) at 60 fps (NTSC) or 50 fps (PAL), as well as support for lower resolutions (1.3 M, 720p, D1, CIF): HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, HDZ302DIN.
2)
1080p (1920 x 1080) at 30 fps (NTSC) or 25 fps (PAL), as well as support for lower resolutions (720p, D1, CIF) at 60 fps (NTSC) or 50 fps (PAL): HDZ302LIK and HDZ302LIW.
b.
Streaming:
1)
Triple stream codec support including H.265, H.264, and MJPEG: HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, and HDZ302DIN.
2)
Triple stream codec support including: H.264, MPEG4, and MJPEG: HDZ302LIK and HDZ302LIW.
3)
Plus MPEG4: HDZ302LIK; HDZ302LIW.
c.
Minimal Illumination:
1)
0.005 lux (color) / 0.0005 lux (B/W) at F1.6: HDZ302D, HDZ302DE, and HDZ302DIN.
2)
0.005 lux (color) / 0.0005 lux (B/W) at F1.6; 0 lux IR on: HDZ302LIK and HDZ302LIW.
d.
Compression:
1)
Dual Stream Compression: H.264 and H.264/MJPEG - HDZ302LIK/HDZ302LIW.
2)
Triple Stream H.265 Compression: H.265 (3X) and H.265/H.264/MJPEG -HDZ302DE, HDZ302D, HDZ302DIN.
7.
Power Requirements:
a.
Input Voltage:
1)
24 V AC +/-25 percent, 3A, 50/60 Hz or PoE+ Class 4: HDZ302DE.
2)
24 V AC +/-25 percent, 1.5 A, 50/60 Hz or PoE+ Class 4: HDZ302D and HDZ302DIN.
3)
24 V AC +/-10 percent, 3A, 50/60 Hz or High PoE Class 5: HDZ302LIK and HDZ302LIW.
b.
Power Consumption:
1)
13.0 W maximum (31.0 W with heater on): HDZ302DE.
2)
13.0 W maximum (23.0 W with heater on): HDZ302D.
3)
13.0 W maximum: HDZ302DIN.
4)
24.0 W maximum (38.0 W maximum with IR on): HDZ302LIK.
5)
24.0 W maximum (32.0 W maximum with IR on): HDZ302LIW.
8.
HDZ TDN IR 1080p 30x Zoom WDR IP NTSC/PAL PTZ Dome Series:
a.
Model: HDZ302D - Network TDN PTZ 5" Indoor/Outdoor Dome, WDR, H.265/H.264, IK10, IP66. Storage. 4.5 - 135.0 mm, F1.6-F4.4 30X Optical Zoom.
b.
Model: HDZ302DE - Network TDN PTZ 6" Indoor/Outdoor Dome, WDR, H.265/H.264, IK10, IP67. Storage. 4.5 - 135.0 mm, F1.6-F4.4 30X Optical Zoom.
c.
Model: HDZ302DIN - Network TDN PTZ Indoor, In-Ceiling Dome, WDR, H.265/H.264, IK10. Storage. 4.5 - 135.0 mm, F1.6-F4.4 30X Optical Zoom.
d.
Model: HDZ302LIK - Network TDN IR PTZ Dome, WDR, H.264, IK10. Storage. 6.0 - 180 mm, F1.6-F4.8 30X Optical Zoom. IR LED up to 656 ft (200 m).
e.
Model: HDZ302LIW - Network TDN IR PTZ Dome, WDR, H.264, Wiper. Storage. 6.0 - 180 mm, F1.6-F4.8 30X Optical Zoom. IR LED up to 492 ft (150 m).
B.
Mounts and Brackets
1.
PTZ Ceiling Mount: HDZCM1
a.
Weight: 1.72 lb (0.78 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/Polycarbonate/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 9.27 X diameter 5.26 in. (235.5 X diameter 133.6 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE (+ HDZCM2/HDZCM3).
2.
220 mm Ceiling Mount Extension Pole for HDZCM1: HDZCM2
a.
Weight: 1.12 lb (0.51 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 8.7 X diameter 2.1 in. (220.0 X diameter 53.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE + HDZCM1.
3.
420 mm Ceiling Mount Extension Pole for HDZCM1: HDZCM3
a.
Weight: 2.29 lb (1.04 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 16.5 x diameter 2.1 in. (420.0 x diameter 53.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE + HDZCM1.
4.
PTZ Wall Mount: HDZWM1
a.
Weight: 1.46 lb (0.66 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 10.0 x 4.5 x 6.3 in. (255.0 x 115.0 x 160.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE (+ HDZJB) (+ HDZCMA/HDZPMA).
5.
PTZ Corner Mount Adapter for Wall Mount: HDZCMA
a.
Weight: 3.7 lb (1.7 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: SECC/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 6.7 x 9.6 x 5.4 in. (170.0 x 243.0 x 138.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE + HDZJB + HDZWM1/HDZWM2; HDZ302D + HDZGM + HDZJB.
6.
PTZ Pole Mount Adapter for Wall Mount: HDZPMA
a.
Weight: 2.05 lb (0.93 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: SECC/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 5.1 x 6.7 x 1.8 in. (130.4 x 170.0 x 45.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE + HDZJB + HDZWM1/HDZWM2; HDZ302D + HDZGM + HDZJB.
7.
PTZ Junction Box: HDZJB
a.
Weight: 1.17 lb (0.53 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 6.3 x 4.5 x 1.5 in. (160.0 x 115.0 x 38.8 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE + HDZWM1/HDZWM2 + HDZPMA/HDZCMA; HDZ302D + HDZGM (+ HDZCMA/HDZPMA).
8.
PTZ Wall Mount with Access Hole: HDZWM2
a.
Weight: 3.64 lb (1.65 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 12.4 x 4.5 x 6.3 in. (315.2 x 115.0 x 160.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302LIW/HDZ302LIK/HDZ302D/HDZ302DE (+ HDZJB) (+ HDZCMA/HDZPMA).
9.
1.5" NPT Adapter: HDZNPTA
a.
Weight: 0.5 lb (0.23 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 1.9 x 2.8 in. (48.0 x 72.0 mm)
10.
PTZ Gooseneck Wall Mount: HDZGM
a.
Weight: 1.08 lb (0.49 kg)
b.
Construction/Finish: Die-cast Aluminum/White powder coating
c.
Dimensions: 8.99 x 4.53 x 6.30 in. (228.3 x 115.0 x 160.0 mm)
d.
Compatible with: HDZ302D (+ HDZJB) (+HDZCMA/HDZPMA).
 
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2.7
NETWORK & IP CABLES
A.
Video System components shall be connected using the following Honeywell Genesis Series Cables:
B.
Category 6A Cables: Unshielded twisted copper pairs, dielectric spline between pairs: UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 6A:
1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part #.: 5193, Cat 6A (500 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part #.: 5393, Cat 6A (500 MHz.).
C.
Category 6 Plus Cables: Unshielded twisted copper pairs, dielectric spline between pairs: UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 6:
1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part #.: 5092, Cat 6 Plus (500 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part #.: 5102, Cat 6 (500 MHz.).
D.
Category 6 Cables: Unshielded twisted copper pairs: UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 6:
1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part #.: 6360, Cat 6 (350 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part #.: 6361, Cat 6A (350 MHz.).
E.
Shielded Category 6 Cables: Foil shielded twisted copper pairs (F/UTP), dielectric spline between pairs: UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 6:
1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part #.: 5192, Shielded Cat 6 Plus (500 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part #.: 5392, Shielded Cat 6 (500 MHz.).
F.
Category 5e Cables: Unshielded twisted copper pairs: UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 5e:
1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part #.: 5078, Cat 5e (350 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part #.: 5088, Cat 5e (350 MHz.).
3.
Direct Burial Rated: Polypropylene insulation, LLDPE jacket: Direct Burial, Sunlight Resistant, Wet Location Approved:
a.
Part No.: 5090, Cat 5e (350 MHz.).
G.
Shielded Category 5e Cables: Foil shielded twisted copper pairs (F/UTP): UL 13, UL 444, NEC Articles 800 and 725, verified to TIA/EIA-568-C.2 Cat 5e:
 
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1.
Riser Rated: Polypropylene Insulation, PVC Jacket: CMR, CL2R, FT4, Sunlight Resistant Listed:
a.
Part No.: 5178, Shielded Cat 6 Plus (500 MHz.).
2.
Plenum Rated: FEP insulation, low-smoke PVC jacket: CMP, CL2P, FT6 listed:
a.
Part No.: 5388, Shielded Cat 6 (500 MHz.).
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
B.
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.
C.
If preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect in writing of deviations from manufacturer's recommended installation tolerances and conditions.
3.2
INSTALLATION
A.
All components of the video management system shall be thoroughly tested before shipping to the project location.
B.
Video management system shall be installed, programmed and tested in accordance with manufacturer's installation instructions.
1.
Coordinate interfaces with Owner's representative where appropriate.
2.
Provide backboxes, racks, 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 (40 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 video management 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 administrator and security/surveillance operator training, with the number of sessions and length of sessions as recommended by the video management system 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