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Vicon Industries Video Management System
 
         
SECTION 28 23 00
 
         
VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
         
 
         
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          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Vicon Industries; video management systems, security systems.
This section is based on the products of Vicon Industries, which is located at:
135 Fell Court
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Toll Free Tel: (800) 645-9116
Tel: (631) 952-2288
Fax: (631) 951-2288
Web: www.vicon-security.com
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Vicon® Industries is an industry-leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of video systems and components used for security, surveillance, safety and control purposes. Celebrating over 50 years in business, the company is unrivalled in experience developing video surveillance technologies. Vicon systems are employed worldwide in high-profile, enterprise-scale installations by a diverse range of customers, including governments, Fortune 500 companies, private and public institutions, and global transit and commerce hubs.
Vicon oversees its worldwide operations from its main headquarters located on New York's Long Island and its European headquarters in the UK. An extensive network of highly trained certified installing dealers, system integrators and distributors is responsible for product sales.
Vicon is a full security systems provider offering:
- Open-platform Valerus and ViconNet Video Management systems.
- A full selection of network cameras, including megapixel models.
- NVRs, Hybrid DVRs and video storage solutions.
- HD decoders, virtual matrix display software and HD monitors.
- System design and installation support from our Professional Services team.
- Training.
 
          PART 1GENERAL
 
          1.1SECTION INCLUDES
 
          A.Video management system including the following as applicable:
          1.Digital video recording management and network software.
          2.Virtual matrix display controller.
          3.Web/mobile server.
          4.Network video recorders.
          5.Network video recorder workstations.
          6.RAID storage devices.
          7.Hybrid digital video recorders.
          8.Encoders.
          9.Network PTZ and fixed cameras.
          10.Video analytics.
          11.Electronic access control management system.
 
          1.2RELATED SECTIONS
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
          A.Section 26 00 00 - Electrical.
 
          1.3REFERENCES
 
          A.ASTM E 84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
 
          B.Certifications: CE, FCC Class A, IK7, IK10, IP66, ISO, NEMA4, ONVIF, PSIA, RoHS 2, UL, and cUL, NEMA 4.
 
          C.Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): IEEE 1100 Recommended Practice for Powering and Grounding Electronic Equipment.
 
          D.National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):
          1.NFPA 70 2005 National Electrical Code.
          2.NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code.
          3.NFPA 80 Fire Doors and Windows, 2007 Edition.
          4.NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, 2009 Edition.
 
          E.International Organization for Standardization (ISO): ISO 7816 Smart Card Standard.
 
          1.4SUBMITTALS
 
          A.Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
 
          B.Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
          1.Preparation instructions and recommendations.
          2.Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
          3.Installation methods.
 
          C.Shop Drawings: Schematic of system components with physical space requirements.
 
          1.5QUALITY ASSURANCE
 
          A.Manufacturer Qualifications: Minimum 5 year experience manufacturing similar products.
 
          B.Installer Qualifications: Minimum 2 year experience installing similar products.
 
          1.6PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS
 
          A.Convene minimum two weeks prior to starting work of this section.
 
          1.7DELIVERY, 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.Handle materials to avoid damage.
 
          1.8PROJECT 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.
 
          1.9SEQUENCING
 
          A.Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
 
          1.10WARRANTY
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** NVR rack mounted models. Verify warranty on other components.
 
          A.Manufacturer's limited warranty with 3 year parts and labor warranty period.
 
          PART 2PRODUCTS
 
          2.1MANUFACTURERS
 
          A.Acceptable Manufacturer: Vicon Industries; 135 Fell Court, Hauppauge, NY 11788. Toll Free Tel: (800) 645-9116. Tel: (631) 952-2288. Fax: (631) 951-2288. Web: http://www.vicon-security.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.
 
          2.2VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
 
          A.General:
          1.All equipment and materials used shall be standard components, regularly manufactured, regularly utilized in the manufacturer's system.
          2.All systems and components shall have been thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          3.All systems and components shall be provided with the availability of a toll free 24-hour immediate technical assistance for either the dealer/installer at no charge.
          4.All systems and components shall be provided with an explicit manufacturer warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the two Paragraphs below.
The Valerus Video Management System is an open platform, web based system.
The Viconet Video Management System is the legacy server based system.
 
          B.Basis of Design: Valerus Video Management System as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete application server not required.
          1.Application Servers: VLR-APPSRV-A (desk-top).
          2.Application Servers: VLR-APPSRV-A-RK (rack-mount).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** ' X' is the hard drive size. Delete recording servers not required.
          3.Recording Servers: VLR-XTB-A (preloaded desk-top)
          4.Recording Servers: VLR-XTB-A-RK (preloaded rack-mount).
          5.Recording Servers: VLR-XTB-R5-A (internal RAID).
          6.Recording Servers: VLR-MINI-XTBV1.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete viewing station not required.
          7.Viewing Stations: VLR-CLIENT-A/VLR-CLIENT-4-A (desk-top; 2 or 4 monitor).
          8.Viewing Stations: VLR-CLIENT-A-RK/VLR-CLIENT-4-A-RK (rack-mount; 2 or 4 monitor).
          9.Digital Video Recording Management and Network Software - General:
          a.Video Management Software (VMS): Browser-based application meeting requirements of business and government surveillance applications.
          1)Web client with single point of management for entire system.
          2)Configuration Sections of Application: Add, configure and operate recording servers, application servers, web servers, as well as IP cameras and encoders (edge devices).
          3)Operation and Maintenance Application: Complete and comprehensive for video surveillance system.
          4)Full live digital video and audio surveillance over a standard 1 Gbps network.
          b.The VMS shall support recording, playback and archiving of video in standard industry compression formats, including H.265, H.264 and M-JPEG.
          c.True Open Standards (ONVIF) as Basis: Thin client architecture. Centrally licensed. COTS compatible software or available preloaded on a manufacturer certified application/web server or recording server (NVR).
          d.Three License Tiers: Associated with number of edge devices and a specific feature set. Licensing shall be based on a per edge device basis.
          e.COTS PCs with a minimum of Intel Core i7 processor, 16 GB of RAM and 5 GB of disk space for installation and a minimum of 25 GB of disk space for a recording device.
          1)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit,
          2)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2012 and 2016 64-bit Server.
          3)The Client (web) supports Windows 7 Operating systems.
          f.Software Features: Easy to Use Tabs: Access configuration screen and dashboard monitoring systems health. Monitoring Screen: Video display area with available resources list. Multiple Display Views: Configurable with variety layouts. Multiple Monitors: Supported.
          g.Live Video: Stream through Recording Server (NVR) with auto fail over to cameras. PTZ available from live video. Presets and tours are configurable. Digital zoom provided on video displays.
          h.Web Based Interface:
          1)Access the VMS from any standard web browser enabled device.
          2)Browser compatibility: Internet Explorer 11 and Firefox. Chrome shall be able to be used with the Valerus Chrome extension from the Chrome store.
          3)Provide live viewing, playback and PTZ controls.
          4)Mobile App: Apple and Android smart phones and tablets. View live or recorded video. View concurrent multiple video streams; 4 on phones, 9 on tablets. Full control of PTZ, including presets. Quick and simple playback. Pinch to zoom on live and recorded video.
          i.Export Icon: Easy access on display to save a video clip. Archived in MP4 format and authenticated in the player per the ONVF spec.
          j.Playback: Supported from main screen without leaving live video viewing area. Clicking Playback from time icon will allow selecting the playback to start from a specific date and time using standard calendar tools.
          k.Software Delivery: Provided on manufacturer's website.
          l.Events: Setup in configuration area. Pre-Event Recording: Supported and with event notification.
          m.Access Control System Support: Accessed using a simple tab click. Interface opens in popup window that can be used in conjunction with the VMS.
          n.Enhanced Edge-based Analytics: Show bounding boxes around detected objects in live and playback video.
          o.Authorization roles shall be configurable; these roles shall then be listed in the Resources list on the monitoring display screen. This Resources list can be viewed in a hierarchy view with these groups or as a flat list.
          p.Video Masking: Available centrally through the VMS. Allow users with the correct authority to unmask video as needed using icon on the display screen. Unmask feature available on live and playback video.
          q.Quick Configuration Wizard: Streamlined process for typical and basic system setup with minimal input required.
          r.Search Functions: Four search functions available including museum search, thumbnail search, and events framework search and Analytics Search.
          s.Capability for 360 degree lens dewarp available for use with cameras with fisheye lenses.
          t.Integration with Active Directory (AD): Allow user management via the AD.
          u.Override mode: Allows operating in case AD communication is lost.
          v.Multi-language Support: All text in the user interface translated to selected language.
          w.Backup and Restore for system settings available.
          x.Keypads and PLC controls supported. Numeric IDs for devices configurable for use with controls. These devices shall be able to control remote monitors.
          y.Central Software Upgrade Interface: Provides the ability to upgrade the entire system by pushing the upgrade from the Application Server to all devices on the system.
          z.System supports IPv4/IPv6 and HTTPS.
          aa.A Gateway module shall be available to bridge migration from a legacy ViconNet Video Management System to this VMS and use the old system resources.
          ab.The system shall have built in Log Collection from all system PCs, making it easier to troubleshoot problems. An advanced tool shall be provided.
          ac.The system shall accept external text strings from third party systems.
          ad.Alarm notification shall be both visual and audible.
          ae.A Report button shall generate an Excel report of the devices sorted by their hosting NVRs or a flat list.
          af.Devices shall be able to be replaced or moved, for load balancing purposes.
          ag.An NVR Failover unit shall be able to be configured to take over in the event of an NVR failure.
          ah.The VMS shall support integration with a pre-defined Video Analytics (separate license required).
          ai.A Mapping function shall be provided that allows the placement of resource devices on any imported map. The map shall be either a static or live map.
          aj.An Events Database shall exist to store any event that occurs in the system. From the Event Search screen, a query shall be able to be created to search for any event that occurs on the system from any resource in the system.
          ak.A video clip, either in live or playback, shall be able to be bookmarked for easy referral.
          al.The ability to use mobile devices as mobile cameras shall be available. The mobile device shall be able to receive event alerts.
          am.The VMS shall be able to accept partner systems through an integration framework.
          an.A Snapshot function shall be provided to capture video from live or playback; this snapshot shall be able to be saved.
          ao.An Audit Log shall be available to track every user's actions.
          ap.Keypads/PLC shall have the ability to call up other remote monitors.
          aq.A thick-client solution shall be available for users who don't want to use a browser.
          10.Setup, Configuration and Security of VMS:
          a.Multi-User Authorization Login Application.
          1)Offer levels of authorization based on functions.
          2)Setup Utility: Allows Administrator to configure additional users as well as user groups.
          3)User authorization: Configurable for specific system operations. Authorization Permission Setup: Performed using the User screen.
          4)Authorization Roles: Available to configure from the Authorization Roles screen. Permissions: Provide authority to perform all system functions.
          5)Users and groups on AD servers may be imported and become a group in the VMS.
          6)The software shall offer a full multi-user authorization process as follows: Authorization Roles: Created once globally. Authorized and given specific permissions. Users: Created once globally and may be given rights to groups. No virtual limit on number of groups and users authorized in the software. Authorization Roles to be authorized or denied access to: Monitoring screen for video display. Configuration. Dashboard. Video and audio (media) export. Override masking.
          b.A user, given appropriate access, may remotely configure components connected to the network.
          c.Software permits viewing of live video from any edge device connected to any recording server on the network.
          d.Export Icon: Simplifies process of exporting video and creating archives and saving video to media, such as: USBs, CD, DVDs or solid-state drives. An embedded player shall be optional with each exported/archived video clip for playback on any machine if configured to do so.
          e.Event Rules: Create rules triggered by an event occurrence. Define actions executed for a given event. Events are selectable. Rules are configurable after an event is selected.
          f.Event Association: Multiple devices may be associated with an event. Actions Triggered by Event: Configurable as On and Off. Display live video. Display a view. Go to a preset. Operate a relay. Run a PTZ tour. Run a view tour. Start a URL. Delay function.
          g.Scheduled Recordings: Applies to cameras, encoders and microphones. Scheduling is based on rules configurable for actions the system takes upon an event. Schedules accessible on recording tab in device configuration. Create and Schedule Recordings: By authorized users. How often schedules repeat; weekly, monthly, yearly or never. Determines how the systems prioritizes schedules if schedule times overlap. Schedules available when configuring recording and rules, saving the need to create multiple and duplicate schedules. Sequencing cameras, including multi-screen displays. Record cameras at different qualities and frame rates from any recorder on the network. Schedule shall allow running preconfigured combinations of camera, sensor and PTZ programmed routines.
          h.System Components: Application/Web Server: Act as main system server; Windows based. Global configuration of the system is stored on this server. Recording Servers (NVRs): Windows based providing communication, live streaming, recording, video playback and audio from cameras and encoders.
          i.Device Configuration: Valid devices to be configurable for system recognition and operation. Cameras, fixed or with integrated PTZ. Microphones. Encoders. Sensors. Relays.
          j.Authentication: Video from cameras are enabled to verify the authentication of the video and present an authentication symbol on the displayed video for recorded playback through the player when enabled only on export.
          11.User Interface for VMS:
          a.User Friendly Tabs: Allow monitoring of live and playback video, and configuration of the system.
          b.Login Window: Consists of User Name and Password fields. Default User Name and Password: Available for initial login. Configurable for increased security; there shall be an option to enforce a complex password.
          c.Serve operators, supervisors and system administrators.
          d.Monitoring Display Screen:
          1)Selection of number of tiles to display.
          2)Resource list of devices in system. Viewable as flat list or hierarchical list based on user configured groups. Resources include names of devices and icons depicting devices. Video Channels (cameras) connected, differentiating between PTZ and fixed cameras. Audio Channels (microphones). Views. Tours. Web Pages. Relay Outputs.
          3)Display Area: Offers display configurations up to 36 tiles. Full screen View: Available. More views added by clicking the plus sign to create new view tabs while not losing the default view. Controls: Change the layout. Stop all displays. Export. Synchronize playback. Control current selected tab.
          4)Camera Controls: Display at top of a tile when mouse hovers and may be locked in place. Playback. PTZ control. Digital zoom. Unmask. Export. Configuration settings
          5)Playback controls: Visible when cameras go to playback. Looping a video section. Slow mode. Play from time. Rewind, fast rewind, pause, forward, and fast forward. Back to live video and current time.
          6)Access to all available programming menus.
          7)Viewing live devices is performed by dragging a device to any tile. Audio devices display in a smaller area below the video tiles.
          e.Dashboard and Configuration Menu Access: Clicking a tab at the top of the screen.
          12.Video Quality for VMS: Support any resolution video, jpeg and H.264 compression.
          13.Add-Ins for VMS
          a.Access Control Systems: Available for integration.
          1)Meet requirements of business and government access control systems.
          2)Monitor and control facility access as well as video detection, temperature and communications loss monitoring.
          3)Provide control and access to users on Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), wireless networks and the Internet.
          4)Video viewing playback and PTZ control from the VMS.
          b.A Video Analytics program shall be available for integration. This system shall allow real-time detection, business intelligence and search capabilities.
          14.Digital Servers: Preloaded with Valerus VMS.
          a.Certifications: UL, CE, FCC Class A.
          b.Application and Recording (NVR) Servers: PC computer fully equipped with the Digital VMS, with an external monitor, keyboard and mouse for operation.
          1)Mini recording server.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** LTSB is standard. The full Windows 10 operating system is available upon request.
          2)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 LTSB* (64-bit).
          3)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit).
          4)Minimum Requirements: Intel Core i7 processor. Intel Core i3 processor for the mini recording server. Memory: 16 GB of RAM. USB ports. Monitor outputs.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The desktop and 1U rack-mount versions support up to a certain drive size. Larger drive capacity is available, but may require a larger tower or 2U chassis. Contact your sales representative.
          c.Server Housing: Desktop or rack-mount case with all suitable connectors available on the back panel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          1)Rack-mounting bracket kit.
          d.Server Capacities:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete recording servers and capacities not required.
          1)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 1 TB hard-drive.
          2)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 2 TB hard-drive.
          3)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 3 TB hard-drive.
          4)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 4 TB hard-drive.
          5)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 6 TB hard-drive.
          6)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 8 TB hard-drive.
          7)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 10 TB hard-drive.
          8)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 12 TB hard-drive.
          9)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 14 TB hard-drive.
          10)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 16 TB hard-drive.
          11)Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 20 TB hard-drive.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete application server not required.
          12)Application Server: Standalone unit with no storage capability.
          13)Application Server: All-in-one unit included in the recording server.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mini recording servers not required.
          14)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 1 TB hard-drive.
          15)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 2 TB hard-drive.
          16)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 3 TB hard-drive.
          17)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 4 TB hard-drive.
          18)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 6 TB hard-drive.
          19)Mini Recording Server Storage Capacity: internal 8 TB hard-drive.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. RAID 5; available in RAID 6 with slightly lower storage capacities: Delete if not required.
          20)Internal Raid Storage Device: 4-bay, 11 TB storage capacity.
          21)Internal Raid Storage Device: 4-bay, 17 TB storage capacity.
          22)Internal Raid Storage Device: 4-bay, 22 TB storage capacity.
          23)Internal Raid Storage Device: 4-bay, 34 TB storage capacity.
          24)Internal Raid Storage Device: 8-bay, 53 TB storage capacity.
          25)Internal Raid Storage Device: 12-bay, 62 TB storage capacity.
          26)Internal Raid Storage Device: 12-bay, 83 TB storage capacity.
          27)Internal Raid Storage Device: 12-bay, 104 TB storage capacity.
          28)Internal Raid Storage Device: 12-bay, 125 TB storage capacity.
          29)Internal Raid Storage Device: 24-bay, 174 TB storage capacity.
          30)Internal Raid Storage Device: 24-bay, 218 TB storage capacity.
          31)Internal Raid Storage Device: 24-bay, 262 TB storage capacity.
          e.Client Viewing Station: Available with 2 or 4 monitor outputs.
          f.Electrical Parameters for Digital Servers:
          1)Certifications: UL, CE, FCC Class A.
          2)Input Voltage: 105 to 240 VAC, plus or minus 10 percent at 50 to 60 Hz.
          3)Current: 0.66 A at 115 VAC; 0.33 A at 240 VAC.
          4)4-bay internal storage: 5 A at 115 VAC; 3 A at 240 VAC
          5)8-bay internal storage: 9.5 A at 115 VAC; 4.5 A at 240 VAC.
          6)12-bay internal storage: 10 A at 115 VAC; 8 A at 240 VAC
          7)24-bay internal storage: 10 A at 115 VAC; 8 A at 240 VAC.
          8)Power Consumption: 76 W; mini: 38 W. 4-bay internal storage: 300 W, includes redundant power supply. 8-bay internal storage: 650 W includes redundant power supply. 12-bay internal storage: 875 W includes redundant power supply. 24-bay internal storage: 975 W; includes redundant power supply.
          9)CPU: Intel Core i7. Mini: Intel i3.
          10)RAM Memory: 16 GB minimum.
          11)Heat Output: 266 btu/hour. Mini: 133 btu/hour.
          12)Storage: 1 TB to 20 TB. Depending on model.
          13)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 LTSB.
          14)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10.
          15)LAN Interface:100/1000 Base T Ethernet interface on main board.
          16)Front Panel Controls and Indicators: Power, network activity LEDs, USBs.
          15.Mechanical Parameters.
          a.Application: Indoor.
          b.Mounting: Desktop, mini desktop or rack unit mounted in a standard EIA compliant rack, 19 in. (483 mm) wide opening. Rack height is 1.75 in. (44 mm) or 1 RU.
          c.Rack Weight: 18.2 lbs (8.3 kg) approximately.
          d.Rack Dimensions: Width (W): 19.0 in. (483 mm). Depth (D): 16 in. (406mm). Height (H): 1.75 in. (44.45 mm), 1 RU.
          e.Four-Bay Internal Storage Weight: 28.7 lbs (13 kg).
          f.Four-Bay Internal Storage Dimensions: Width (W): 19 in. (483 mm). Depth (D): 22 in. (660 mm). Height (H): 1.75 in. (89 mm).
          g.Eight/Twelve-Bay Internal Storage Weight: 46.3 lbs (21 kg).
          h.Eight/Twelve-Bay Internal Storage Dimensions: Width (W): 19 in. (483 mm). Depth (D): 26 in. (660 mm). Height (H): 3.5 in. (89 mm).
          i.Twenty-four-Bay Internal Storage Weight: 82.0 lbs (37 kg).
          j.Twenty-four-Bay Internal Storage Dimensions: Width (W): 19 in. (483 mm). Depth (D): 27.5 in. (711 mm). Height (H): 6.9 in. (176 mm).
          k.Desktop Weight: 8.1 lbs (3.7 kg) approximately. Mini: 2.5 lbs (1.1 kg).
          l.Desktop Dimensions: Width (W): 3.75 in. (95.25 mm). Depth (D): 10.5 in. (266.7 mm). Height (H): 9.5 in. (241.3 mm). Mini: Width (W): 7.9 in. (200 mm). Depth (D): 7.75 in. (197 mm). Height (H): 3.5 in. (89 mm).
          m.Construction: Steel and plastic.
          n.Color: Black.
          16.Environmental Parameters:
          a.Operating Temperature Range: 32 to 104 degrees F (0 to 40 degrees C).
          b.Operating Humidity Range: 0 to 95 percent, non-condensing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete encoder subparagraph if not required or delete basis of design subparagraph not required.
          17.Encoders:
          a.Basis or Design: VLR-ENC-16 Sixteen Channel ONVIF Video Encoder as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1)Ideal solution for creating hybrid analog/IP systems using analog cameras with IP VMS.
          2)Supports AHD, TVI and analog cameras up to 960H resolution.
          3)Video Input: Sixteen analog camera video input.
          4)Video Output: CVBS, VGA and HD.
          5)Compression: H.264.
          6)Streaming: Dual.
          7)Auto-sensing: NTSC/PAL.
          8)Transmission Rate: Up to 480 fps at D1/960H/720P resolutions; 240 fps at 1080P resolution.
          9)Alarms: Four inputs, one relay control output.
          10)PTZ port and four RCA audio inputs and one RCA audio output.
          11)Privacy masking and motion detection.
          12)Input voltage: 12 VDC; dual voltage (110/220 VAC) power supply provided.
          13)ONVIF Interface: Interoperability open platform systems.
          b.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraph if not required
 
          C.Basis of Design: ViconNet Video Management System as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete models not required.
          1.Model: VWS-SWV8 (software only).
          2.Model: WS-PCV8 (preloaded workstation).
          3.Model: VPK-SWV8 (workstation software only).
          4.Model: VPK-XXTBV8 (preloaded PEAK NVR, where XX is the hard drive size).
          5.Keypad: VN-KEYPAD.
          6.Digital Video Recording Management and Network Software - General:
          a.Video Management Software (VMS):
          1)Meet requirements of business and government surveillance applications.
          2)Unique and power a line of Network Video Recorders, Digital Video Recorders, Encoders/Decoders, IP Cameras and Workstations.
          3)Provide a complete and comprehensive application for the operation and maintenance of a video surveillance system.
          4)Provide full live digital video and audio surveillance over a standard 100/1000Base-T network using a GUI incorporating video display areas, toolbars, control palettes, and interactive site map displaying system components.
          b.Software Versions: All versions of the software shall also be available either as a software package or preloaded in a workstation.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete camera quantities not required.
          1)Camera Quantity: 6.
          2)Camera Quantity: 16.
          3)Camera Quantity: 35.
          4)Camera Quantity: ______.
          5)Enterprise-size systems.
          6)Full functionality no recording capability.
          7)Full functionality with recording capability.
          c.Network Connectivity: To other family components.
          1)Share video and control data over network using standard network protocol.
          2)Quantity of network-connected components is only limited by number of assigned IP addresses.
          3)There shall be no licensing fee for any cameras or edge devices manufactured by the VMS provider.
          d.Open Platform: Allow integration with ONVIF-S compliant commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) video and computer hardware i.e. IP cameras, encoders and IP edge devices, including standard resolution and megapixel cameras, from numerous industry-leading manufacturers.
          1)Licensing fees to be charged on per-camera basis.
          2)No license limit based on number of cameras installed at a site.
          3)Support Unicast or Multicast according to the edge device capability.
          e.COTS Workstation and Network Video Recorder (NVR): Minimum of Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 5 GB of disk space for installation, and minimum 25 GB of disk space for recording device.
          1)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Professional 64-bit.
          2)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2008 64-bit Server.
          3)Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2012 64-bit Server.
          f.Simultaneous Software Parameters: Without video quality degradation.
          1)16-channel continuous video playback.
          2)16-channel video playback transmission to the network.
          3)16-channel continuous video receiving from the network.
          4)Recording of a high quantity of cameras on a single NVR, depending on resolution, quality and fps settings.
          5)User selectable video archiving of pre-existing recordings.
          6)Video export in AVI, MPEG-4 or Xvid and viewable on a standard DVD and media player supporting these formats.
          7)Video archives in a verified, secure USB, CD or DVD format.
          8)Support for the GUI to display on a widescreen monitor (16:9/16:10).
          g.Software Features:
          1)Simultaneous display, playback, distribution and archive of multiple channels of video and audio.
          2)Collect multiple channels of analog video and digitize them for display, archive and requested distribution across the network.
          3)Primary Input Devices: Cameras, microphones and sensors.
          4)Video Channel and Audio Data: Capable of being displayed, played back, distributed and archived simultaneously across several servers and clients across the network.
          5)Recording: Version dependent, and viewing capable at different frame rates (fps).
          6)Sensor Channel: Support a NO or NC device.
          7)Bookmark feature to be made available.
          h.Web-based Interface:
          1)Access the VMS from any standard web browser enabled device.
          2)Provide live viewing, playback and PTZ controls.
          3)Groups accessible through web viewer.
          4)Mobile App: Apple and Android smart phones and tablets. View live or recorded video from any device on the system. View concurrent multiple video streams; 4 on phones, 9 on tablets. Full control of PTZ, including presets. Quick and simple playback. Pinch to zoom on live and recorded video.
          i.Keypad or Serial Host: Allow control of a DVR or NVR using a keypad or serial host connected to serial port. The keypad or serial host can start or stop video, play back video, control PTZ movement and start and stop macros.
          j.Playback: From main screen without losing live video viewing in the following formats:
          1)Edge Playback: Using a right mouse-click, playback video from any edge device that supports edge recording directly from the user interface of edge device.
          2)Quick playback: Using a right mouse-click select and launch playback for a specific camera in a pre-defined number of seconds before the live image. The playback window will open adjacent to the live one.
          3)Playback from time: Allow setting the playback to start from a specific date, time and database on the network. Allow playing back the same camera several times.
          k.Software Delivery: DVD or USB drive format in a suitable case.
          l.Integral Events Management System (EVM):
          1)Enables Digital Video Recording and Management Network Software to interface with external control/management systems, such as a License Plate Recognition System, and correlate recorded and live video to events received from the external control system.
          2)Receive external data over IP network in various formats, including XML, from external system. Data is stored in a SQL database maintained on a standalone or shared server. SQL Server Software: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Express Edition. which is available as a free download from Microsoft as a minimum. SQL Server Software: Microsoft SQL Server.
          m.Access Control System Support: Map to any camera in the VMS system to view or record them.
          n.Enhanced Edge-based Analytics: Show bounding boxes around detected objects in live and playback video.
          o.Events History Reports:
          1)User generated containing all information related to an event.
          2)Display reports in either list or thumbnail view.
          3)Reports contain camera, site names, event dates, and times.
          4)Selecting event to play back video for the event.
          5)Controls: Specify whether playback should begin when the event occurred or up to 30 minutes prior to the event occurring. The user may add notes about the event to the database. Save a snapshot (jpg) of the event for reference purposes. Display information regarding edits, if any were made to the video.
          6)Video Masking: Available centrally through the VMS. Allow users with correct authority to unmask video as needed.
          7)Thumbnail Search: Allow quick visual search of a specified time interval. Narrow time interval as required. Thumbnail launchable as playback or used to export an archive.
          8)Active Directory (AD): Provide interface allowing importing of groups and users from another AD server to ViconNet, saving the need to create and maintain a user database in ViconNet sites where an AD system is already set up.
          p.Recording Management: Provide setup of 24/7 recording or boosting recording parameters upon motion. Allow recording on motion only.
          7.Setup, Configuration and Security of VMS:
          a.Multi-User Authorization Login Application:
          1)Offer levels of authorization based on defined sites and functions.
          2)Setup Utility: Allow Administrator to configure authorizations.
          a)Users log in by default, as an Administrator or Guest.
          b)Guest Authorization: Configurable for specific system operations.
          c)Authorization Rights: Setup shall be performed using the Site Authorization screen.
          d)Group Rights: Available to configure by specific site. Rights shall provide authority to perform all system functions.
          3)Multi-user authorization process:
          a)Users: Created once globally and given rights to groups.
          b)User Groups: Created once globally and function in all components connected to network. Active directories of users and groups on other servers shall be able to be imported and shall be able to be sorted either alphabetically or in the order they were added. Groups shall be authorized and given specific access to each unit, permitting "function-specific" profiles. Individual user authorizations within the groups shall allow certain users access to certain cameras.
          c)Users created and authorized for each unit shall be able to log in to any recorder and workstation and automatically have their group rights for that machine follow them.
          d)Group and User Limits: No virtual limit on number of groups and users that can be authorized in software on DVRs or NVRs. Groups and users authorized on IP cameras and encoders/decoders will be a minimum of 20 groups and 100 users.
          e)Allow for each group to be authorized or denied access, multiple functionalities.
          f)Users may log in to any workstation on the system. A user, given appropriate access, may remotely configure all components connected to the network. Programming shall include the complete operation of the recorders.
          b.Permit viewing of live video from any camera connected to any recorder on the network.
          c.Allow for simultaneous recording of the same camera in two locations over the network (version dependent).
          d.Video Vault: Provide ability to save any event that was tagged as an alarm (video motion detection, video loss or input received from the EVM system) to be saved to a separate database, where it cannot be overwritten.
          e.Archive Wizard: Simplifies the process of creating archives directly from the camera and saving video to removable media, such as USBs, CD, DVDs or solid-state drives. An embedded player shall be packaged with each archived video clip for playback on any machine.
          f.Macro Configuration: Provide method for creating and executing extensive software commands. Macro configuration may be defined for recording cameras and microphones; command duration, recording location (version dependent), local viewing, device ID, picture quality, refresh mode, recording rate (fps) (version dependent), related devices (sensors) and alarm activation.
          1)Macros allow authorized users to create and schedule software commands that include but not limited to:
          a)Sequencing cameras, including multi-screen displays, in a local and remote recorder.
          b)Execute remote macros existing on recorders currently connected to network.
          c)Record cameras at different qualities and frame rates from any recorder on the network (version dependent).
          d)Send alarm condition to any recorder and workstation on the network. Using macros, an authorized user can program the destination component of the alarm condition.
          e)Run applications or batch files, i.e. open a word processor, spreadsheet program, calculator, media player or start a batch program to run additional tasks.
          f)Run an audio file on alarm; for example, audible instructions.
          g)Send an email, text message, start video or any other task that can be initiated by a batch file in response to a Central Failure Notification (CFN) or Recording System Verification (RVS) notification.
          h)Program and execute macros remotely without the need to be physically located at the recorder that the macros will be programmed on.
          i)The Schedule/Macro button allows the running of preconfigured combinations of camera, sensor and PTZ programmed routines.
          j)Macro scheduling shall include but is not limited to: Days of the week when macro is active. Start and end time for when macro is active. If macro is to run continuously or not. A macro shall be able to run every: 5 min, 10 min, 1/4 hour, 1/2 hour, 3/4 hour, 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 6 hours, 8 hours, or 12 hours. A macro shall be able to be scheduled to run for 1-256 cycles.
          g.Network and Sites Configuration:
          1)System Nucleus and Backup Nucleus: The Backup Nucleus maintains an updated backup of System Nucleus settings for recovery in case of failure. Provide failover and redundancy and be fully operational in the event of a System Nucleus failure. Each device has an updated backup table to allow operation should the System Nucleus fail. Network Settings Menu: Provide comprehensive worksheet for each networked device. When all units have been set up, the resulting connected devices shall define the site.
          2)Site Authorization: Workstation is set up using remote recorder or workstation GUI. Site name and authorization is established by User and Group. Permissions are assigned for all system functions. Authorization settings may be sent to other Workstations and duplicated.
          3)Time Synchronization: All components on the network.
          4)All appropriate networking features including each server IP, Subnet and Gateway.
          h.Device Configuration: Configurable for system recognition and operation. Cameras, fixed or with integrated PTZ. Microphones. Sensors. Relays.
          i.Unique ID number and Title descriptor: Assigned to each device.
          j.PTZ Cameras: Set up for RS-422 protocol and supported with existing manufacturer's drivers where applicable.
          k.Central Failure Notification (CFN) System: Identifies all possible site errors. Accessible from only the Nucleus unit. Log to be in a time/date order and be manually reviewed for errors.
          l.Site Map: Allow installation and configuration of custom screen map used to identify and access site-installed components (recorders, cameras, microphones, etc.).
          1)Jpg image format approximately 980 x 735 pixels.
          2)Text boxes and sub-maps added to maps, further defining the layout.
          3)Provide full installation, configuration and editing of maps.
          4)Maps of smaller sizes should be movable anywhere on the screen.
          m.Language Translation Utility (LTU): Allow a manual translation of entire GUI into any language that uses varying alpha-numeric character sets. The utility shall also store files to enable changing from one language to another.
          n.Alarm Notification: Via e-mail, text messaging, and work station text. Macros view, listen and record video and audio, PTZ cameras at preset positions, trigger alarms over the network and send email or text message for alarms or as scheduled.
          o.Storage Database Utilities: Allow setup and usage of detected local hard disks. Any networked recorder, workstation or server shall be a candidate to add to the picture database. Once established, any recorder shall use established hard disks for recording data.
          p.Alarm Setup: Recorder alarms established by adding detectors and configuring motion detection on video. The triggering of the recorder's detectors shall be used to send alarms to remote units and generate email or text messages. In addition, detectors shall be able to be edited and deleted.
          q.Authentication: Video from recorder's cameras are enabled to verify the authentication of the video and present an authentication symbol on the displayed video for both live and recorded playback.
          8.User Interface for VMS:
          a.Common Software Features in Recorders and Workstations:
          1)Graphical User Interface: Operator learn one interface for both control and programming of the system.
          2)Functions, offering the ability to remotely configure most system components from any recorder or workstation.
          3)Application Main Window and Login Window Display: Where all configuration and operation shall be accomplished.
          4)Login Window: User Name and Password field. User interface serves both operators and system administrators. Operator Controls: Laid out in a familiar VCR type control array, with playback, stop, fast forward, still, slow motion, etc. right under the viewing panes. The workspace area enables operator to select the number of panes to display, view system activity, select quality levels and perform many other functions without having to drill down through menus or search for these commonly used functions. Reacts to User Interaction: For example, when a PTZ camera is selected, a full set of controls shall be provided, enabling the operator to control the camera and all its functions. System Administrator Controls: Easily access functions such as scheduling macros and report producing from a toolbar at top of the Main Window. A toolbar Setup button provides access to the System Settings menu. The System Settings menu provides access to all features of the software.
          b.Main Window: Provide the following:
          1)Site and Device List depicting all recorders, servers and workstations connected to the network. Each unit shall be depicted with all connected devices such as: Cameras connected, differentiating between PTZ and fixed cameras. Microphones.
          2)A multi-screen display area that allows for various screen displays.
          3)Full screen of any of the above selected multi-screens shall allow for the viewing of that multi-screen in full screen mode by hiding the graphical user interface.
          4)PTZ Controls: When selecting a Vicon protocol PTZ camera. Control pan, tilt, zoom, iris and focus. Execute preset positions. Program preset positions. Complete programming of menus embedded in the selected dome. All PTZ programming and control shall be achieved remotely without requiring an operator to be present at the recorder the PTZ camera is connected to. PTZ control shall be performed dynamically onscreen, not requiring an operator to click on arrows to move the PTZ camera. The PTZ control shall be fully variable by dynamically moving the cursor across the video display. Other PTZ protocols shall be supported by the VMS.
          5)Access to all available programming menus.
          6)On-Demand Recording of Video Currently Viewed: Allow for the recording of any camera from any recorder connected to the network.
          c.Site and Device List: Provide a physical list of all known network site areas and connected cameras, PTZ cameras and microphones. Cameras, PTZ cameras and microphones shall be represented by graphical symbols.
          1)Search Function: For finding devices in the Site List.
          2)Next and Previous Buttons:
          3)View cameras and devices by logical grouping instead of the Site List. Components in both lists to be selectable and configurable.
          4)PTZ Camera Controls when Selected: Control pan, tilt, zoom, iris and focus. Execute preset positions. Program preset positions. Complete programming of menus embedded in the selected dome. PTZ programming and control achieved remotely without requiring an operator to be physically located at the recorder the PTZ is connected to. PTZ control performed on the video screen without the need for an operator to click on any arrows depicting direction of the device to be moved. PTZ control to be fully variable and permit operator to obtain higher pan and tilt speeds by clicking-and-dragging the mouse cursor on the video screen.
          d.Viewing Live Cameras:
          1)Click on desired camera in Site and Device List.
          2)"Drag-and-Drop" operation of cameras from Site and Device List to appropriate multi-screen space.
          3)"Drag-and-Drop" operation of recorder from Site and Device List to appropriate multi-screen space.
          4)"Drag and Drop" operations from a camera group list to the appropriate multi-screen space.
          5)"Drag and Drop" operations from a graphical map to the appropriate multi-screen space.
          e.Navigator Window: Graphically displays recorded video. Contains function buttons necessary to access the video on-screen.
          1)Scalable timeline available to define "from" and "to" time/date intervals of video and audio.
          2)Cameras and microphones selected from the Navigator List and displayed in the timeline in different colors for video and audio
          3)Display Mode: Selected from a palette to configure the number of cameras played back.
          4)Export Video Button: Used to create video clip, in AVI, MPEG, or Xvid format of the selected single camera video segment.
          5)Museum Search Button: To search selected video segments for "Area of Interest" (AOI) events using a scalable sensitivity setting. A "Thumbnail Search" button shall be available to quickly search all ONVIF recorded video, using 16 thumbnail images spread evenly across a specifiable time range. A single click on thumbnail launches playback. An interface shall be provided to export video.
          6)Play Button: Displays the Main Window with the Video Display Area containing the selected video segments ready for review.
          7)Video retrieval in the Navigator Window:
          a)Selecting the Display Mode for required number of cameras.
          b)Selecting the device (recorder or workstation) where video was previously stored or archived.
          c)Selecting the cameras and microphones to be played back.
          d)By "Drag-and-Drop," similar to the live view, selected cameras and microphones are inserted into the multi-screen displays so that an operator can view a mix of previously recorded cameras and live video on the same screen.
          e)The timeline provides a graphical interface depicting color-coded bars that indicate video previously recorded as well as all alarmed video and audio.
          f)Video indicator bars indicate recording with no sensed motion
          g)Any recorders on the network can play back, by utilizing the multi-screen displays, a mix of videos previously recorded on any other server on the network, or archived.
          h)The Navigator Window offers the ability to playback cameras: One by one. Time synchronized (precise timeline when the cameras were recorded). By double-clicking any alarm report line or alarm window.
          f.Programming and Advanced Screens Access: An immobile, permanently docked toolbar located on the top live screen provides access to major system functionality. Scheduler and macro generator. Reports. Setup. Logout and shutdown buttons.
          g.Information and Web Access: Operators can launch web pages or other web-based data such as embedded HTML or PDF documents from within the user interface of the VMS system and have passcode protected authorization. Informational websites such as traffic, weather or news reports. Internal operating procedures such as operation during emergencies, lockdowns, severe weather, etc.
          h.Authentication Settings Screen: Authentication display is configured by site and affects the destination video. A check box shall be available to enable video authentication and view the status of the video generated. The video authentication scheme shall utilize a 128-bit MD5 algorithm.
          9.Video Quality for VMS:
          a.Encoders and IP cameras will employ a compression algorithm based on:
          1)Optimized MPEG-4, JPEG (Normal and Full) or H.264. Software running on DVRs and NVRs shall support the algorithms used by the devices.
          2)Resolution (Quality) Levels: User selectable, depending on camera. Restarting of application or digital video recorder to affect change is not required. Selectable using a 4-position bar from the main screen. Four levels of resolution (4 CIF, 2 CIF, CIF, and HCIF) and two levels of compression comprising 8 quality levels total. Accessible from the Setup menu selections.
          b.User selectable resolution shall include capture sizes (camera dependent) of:
          1)360 x 122 pixels, 432 x 146, PAL.
          2)360 x 244 pixels, 432 x 293, PAL.
          3)720 x 244 pixels, 864 x 293, PAL.
          4)720 x 488 pixels, 864 x 586, PAL.
          5)1280 x 720 pixels (0.9 MP)
          6)1280 x 1024 pixels (1.3 MP)
          7)1600 x 1200 pixels (2.0 MP)
          8)1920 x 1080 pixels (2.1 MP)
          9)2048 x 1536 pixels (3.1 MP)
          10)2592 x 1944 pixels (5.0 MP)
          10.Add-Ins for VMS
          a.Access Control Systems: Available for integration with digital video recording management and network software.
          1)Meet requirements of business and government access control systems.
          2)Monitor and control facility access as well as video detection, temperature and communications loss monitoring.
          3)Provide control and access to users on Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), wireless networks and the Internet.
          4)Video viewing playback and PTZ control from the VMS.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Optional Delete if not required.
          b.License Plate Recognition (LPR) System: Available to enable the digital video recording management and network software to integrate with an external license plate recognition system.
          1)External LPR links to the Events Management (EVM) system and video and license plate data captured by the LPR system is provided to the EVM system, and stored with the related digital video management system video.
          2)Event thumbnail images of license plates and corresponding video may be called up for viewing and review.
          3)Operators can generate "white lists" and "black lists" of plate numbers classifying certain reads to automate events, such as alarms, based upon a vehicle's status.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. Delete if not required. The ViconNet® Web/Mobile Server is designed to allow authorized security managers and operators to select and control video displayed from a browser-based interface. Compatible with ViconNet versions 4, 5 and 6 systems when running as a standalone server.
          11.Web / Mobile Server
          a.The server shall act as a gateway to the network video system through a single IP address using browser based interfaces without any requirement to install and maintain client-based software.
          1)Live View: Up to 16/9/4 (viewer/tablet/phone) cameras shall be displayed simultaneously.
          2)Playback: Quick playback, playback from time/date or playback from database storage. Fast forward and rewind at selected speed or pause video.
          3)Display Modes: Viewer: Single, quad (2x2), six (3x2), nine (3x3), sixteen (4x4) and full screen options. Tablet: Single, quad (2x2), six (3x2; 5x1), and nine (3x3) screen options. Phone: Single and quad (2x2) screen options.
          4)PTZ Controls: Pan, tilt and zoom; auto pan with speed control. Up to 99 presets shall be recalled; presets shall be programmed via the viewer. Viewer only: Focus (near/far), iris (open/close) and auto iris. Lens speed.
          5)Alarms: Viewer only: Notification of alarms received by the Web Server.
          6)Log Files: Viewer only: Save log files as required for support.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The number of web/mobile servers required to support the video streams on the mobile and web viewers depends on a variety of factors. The combination of these factors will determine system requirements (additional web servers may be required on certain size systems. When multiple servers are used in a system, the Nucleus should be configured as a load balance server, which will allow it to transparently manage the load between all available servers while maintaining a single IP address for the users.
          b.The type and number of servers required to support mobile and web viewing for the specified system parameters shall be the following:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Preconfigured tower PC that contains ViconNet Web/Mobile Server software VN-WEB+MOBILE-SW. Delete if not required.
          1)Model: ViconNet VN-WEB+MOBILE-SYSTEM. Provide number as indicated on system schematic drawing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Preconfigured rack-mount PC that contains ViconNet Web/Mobile Server software VN-WEB+MOBILE-SW. Delete if not required.
          2)Model: ViconNet VN-WEB+MOBILE-SYSTEM-R1. Provide number as indicated on system schematic drawing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** ViconNet Web/Mobile Server software that can be installed on customer PC that meets minimum requirements. Delete if not required.
          3)Model: ViconNet VN-WEB+MOBILE-SW. Provide number as indicated on system schematic drawing.
          c.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. Delete if not required.
          12.Network Video Recorders:
          a.Network Video Recorder with Internal RAID: The NVR shall be a high-capacity Network Video Recorder that enables simultaneous capture, view and storage of high quality, high resolution voice, video and data. The NVR shall provide scalable, internal RAID 5 or 6 storage for medium and large-scale installations.
          1)Configured with ViconNet Video Management Software (VMS).
          2)Utilizes a dedicated RAID controller card offering RAID 5 or RAID 6 configurations.
          3)Scalable from one to hundreds of recorders.
          4)Support for HD video.
          5)Support for third-party network cameras.
          6)Embedded Windows operating system for enhanced security and reliability.
          7)M-JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 compression.
          8)High-capacity internal storage.
          9)Multi-language application.
          10)Advanced video authentication.
          11)Integration with third-party management software using software development kit (SDK).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete processor not required.
          12)Processor: Intel Core i5 (standard).
          13)Processor: Xeon Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz (upgrade).
          b.Product: ViconNet NVR Shadow Series (Rack Mounted with RAID storage) as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete size not required.
          1)Size: Provide 8 bay unit.
          2)Size: Provide 12 bay unit.
          3)Size: Provide 24 bay unit.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete storage not required.
          4)11 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-11TBV8-R5-1.
          5)17 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-17TBV8-R5-1.
          6)34 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-34TBV8-R5-1.
          7)62 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-62TBV8-R5-1.
          8)83 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-83TBV8-R5.
          9)125 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-125TBV8-R5.
          10)174 TB RAID 5 storage: Model VPK-174TBV8-R5.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          c.Network Control Keypad (VN-KEYPAD): Used to control ViconNet digital video management systems, including Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) over an IP network or serial connection
          d.UPS: Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. Delete if not required.
          13.Network Video Recorders and Workstations:
          a.Network Video Recorder: The NVR shall be a high-capacity Network Video Recorder that enables simultaneous capture, view and storage of high quality, high resolution voice, video and data.
          1)Configured with ViconNet Video Management Software (VMS).
          2)Scalable from one to hundreds of recorders.
          3)Support for HD video and megapixel cameras.
          4)Support for third-party network cameras.
          5)Record up to 95 cameras on a single NVR.
          6)Embedded Windows operating system for enhanced security and reliability.
          7)M-JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 compression.
          8)High-capacity internal storage.
          9)Multi-language application.
          10)Advanced video authentication.
          11)Integration with third-party management software using software development kit (SDK).
          12)External RAID 5 Storage Area Network capability (NVRs).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete processor not required.
          13)Processor: Intel Core i5 (standard).
          14)Processor: Xeon Core 2 Quad 2.4 GHz (upgrade).
          b.Product: ViconNet NVR Series as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Recording capability. Delete NVR type not required.
          1)Desktop: Model VPK-XTBV8-A.
          a)Provide 1 TB hard drive.
          b)Provide 6 TB hard drive.
          c)Provide 12 TB hard drive.
          2)Rack Mount: Model VPK-XTBV8-B-RK.
          a)Provide 1 TB hard drive.
          b)Provide 6 TB hard drive.
          c)Provide 12 TB hard drive.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The ViconNet Workstation is essentially the same machine without recording capability. It is intended for use as a remote operator workstation. The NVR and workstation help security organizations reduce system ownership costs, streamline operations and deliver more effective security. Delete if not required.
          c.Product: ViconNet Workstation Series as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** No recording capability. Delete WS type not required.
          1)Desktop: Model VN-WS-PCV8-A.
          2)Rack Mount: Model VN-WS-PCV8-B-RK.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Delete if not required.
          d.Accessories:
          1)Network Control Keypad (VN-KEYPAD): Used to control ViconNet digital video management systems, including Virtual Matrix Controller (VMC) over an IP network.
          2)External Storage Options (VPK-SANV8 Series): Vicon offers a variety of external storage options using SAN and other technologies. Refer to the web site for more information.
          e.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. Delete if not required.
          14.Hybrid Digital Video Recorders:
          a.16-Channel Hybrid Digital Video Recorder: The recorder shall record 16 analog cameras and encode the analog inputs for use by the VMS. An additional 8 IP channels shall also be recorded, and managed by the system, with real-time frame rate at 4CIF resolution.
          1)Configured with ViconNet Video Management Software (VMS).
          2)Scalable from one to hundreds of recorders.
          3)Support for HD video and Megapixel cameras.
          4)Real-time Hybrid recording of up to 16 analog cameras and up to 8 additional IP cameras.
          5)Support for third-party network cameras.
          6)Embedded Windows operating system for enhanced security and reliability.
          7)M-JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 compression.
          8)High-capacity internal storage.
          9)Removable hard drive option for ease of maintenance.
          10)Solid-state drive option for operating system provides less power usage, faster data access and higher reliability.
          11)Multi-language application.
          12)Advanced video authentication.
          13)Integration with third-party management software using software development kit (SDK).
          b.Product: ViconNet Kollector Strike 16-Channel Hybrid Digital Video Recorder as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Strike with Removable Drives (Long Length/1 network port with SSD as an option). HDD (X) options -, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 GB. Delete model not required.
          1)240 at ViconNet MPEG-4/120 at H.264: Model KS2-(X)V8.
          2)480 at ViconNet MPEG-4/240 at H.264: Model KS3-(X)V8.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Strike Basic (Short Length/1 network port with SSD as standard). HDD (X) options -1000, 2000, 3000 GB. Delete model not required.
          3)240 at ViconNet MPEG-4/120 at H.264: Model KS2B1-(X)V8.
          4)480 at ViconNet MPEG-4/240 at H.264: Model KS3B1-(X)V8.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          c.Network Control Keypad (VN-KEYPAD): Used to control ViconNet digital video management systems, including Virtual Matrix Controller (VMC) over an IP network.
          d.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          15.Encoders:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** This embedded device is specifically designed to integrate into the ViconNet Video Management System (VMS). The tight integration into ViconNet provides advanced features, such as museum search, analytics, dynamic load balancing and automatic detection in the ViconNet VMS. Delete if not required.
          a.Network Encoder: Encoder shall be a digital video server that converts analog camera inputs into streamed IP video data. It shall offer full support of NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR video cameras. Scalable - Use several units for multiple cameras. Supports dual streaming. Auto-sensing NTSC/PAL. 24 VAC input power or Power over Ethernet (PoE).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          b.Basis or Design: H264-16CH-ENCDR Sixteen Channel Encoder as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete models not required.
          1)Model H264-16CH-ENCDR: Sixteen-channel encoder.
          2)Video Parameters:
          a)Video Channels: 16.
          b)Video Formats Supported: NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR.
          c)Video Compression: H.264.
          d)Video Streaming: TCP, UDP, unicast and multicast.
          e)Resolutions NTSC: HCIF, CIF, 2 CIF, 4 CIF (352x120 - 720x480).
          f)Resolutions PAL: HCIF, CIF, 2 CIF, 4 CIF (352x144 - 720x576).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For high-resolution, high-activity video, there may be a drop off in overall frame rate.
          g)Frame Rate: 30/25 fps (NTSC/PAL) per camera at full resolution.
          h)Alarm Inputs: 8 dry contact, N.O. and N.C.
          i)Alarm Outputs: 8 relay control (open collector) outputs for external relay box.
          j)Audio: 16 line-level microphone and speaker inputs.
          k)PTZ Control: 8 PTZ ports.2 RS-422/485 simplex protocol. Phoenix connections.
          3)Electrical Parameters:
          a)Input Voltage: 24 VAC, plus or minus 20 percent, 50/60 Hz. Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af.
          b)Current: 1.2 A max. at 24 VAC.
          c)PoE: 0.39 A max. at 48 VDC.
          d)Power Consumption: 18.7 W.
          e)Heat Output: 66 btu/hour.
          f)Indicators, Network Activity: Amber LEDs
          g)Indicators, Connectivity: Green LEDs.
          h)Indicators, Power: Blue LEDs.
          i)Connectors: Power: 2-pin Phoenix. Network and PoE: RJ-45. Alarm In/Out: 11-pin Phoenix with input 8 N.O./N.C. sensor contacts; output Relay can control 8 relay controls; 5 24 VDC, 500 mA max. per output. Analog Video In: 16 BNC-F connectors. RS232: 3-pin Phoenix. RS422/485 (PTZ): 2 10-pin Phoenix connectors for transmit (16 channels) and receive; allows to connect without daisy chain. Audio: 2 11-pin Phoenix for microphones and speakers (output not currently used).
          j)Certifications: UL, CE; FCC Class A.
          4)Physical Parameters:
          a)Operating Temperature: 32 to 104 degrees F (0 to 40 degrees C).
          b)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing. Application: Indoor.
          c)Mounting: Desk or rack mounting.
          d)Dimensions: Height (H): 1.5 in. (38 mm).
          e)Width (W): 17.5 in. (445 mm).
          f)Depth (D): 6. 5 in. (165 mm), including connectors.
          g)Weight: 3.3 lbs (1.5 kg).
          h)Construction: Aluminum case/aluminum extrusion.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          c.Basis or Design: VN-901T Single Channel ONVIF Video Encoder as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1)Ideal solution for creating hybrid analog/IP systems using analog cameras with IP VMS
          2)Video Input: Single analog camera video input.
          3)Video Output: Single looping.
          4)Scalable: Use several units for multiple cameras.
          5)Compression: H.264 high-profile, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG.
          6)Streaming: Dual.
          7)Auto-Sensing: NTSC/PAL.
          8)Transmission Rate: 30 fps (25 fps PAL) at all resolutions.
          9)Alarms: Two inputs, one relay control output, PTZ port, and one-line level microphone inputs.
          10)Privacy masking and motion detection.
          11)Input Voltage: PoE, 12 VDC, or 24 VAC.
          12)ONVIF Interface: Interoperability open platform systems.
          d.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          2.3VIRTUAL MATRIX DISPLAY CONTROLLER
 
          A.Virtual Matrix Display Controller (VMDC) as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries.
          1.Certifications: FCC Class A.
          2.Models:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. The Virtual Matrix Display Controllers specified are compatible with either the Valerus or Viconet Video Management systems. Delete models not required.
          a.VMDC-SW: Virtual Matrix Display Controller Software (Installation on 3rd party server). Single license.
          b.VMDC-2: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 2 display outputs. Tower unit.
          c.VMDC-4: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 4 display outputs. Tower unit.
          d.VMDC-6: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 6 display outputs. Tower unit.
          e.VMDC-2R: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 2 display outputs. 4RU rack-mount unit.
          f.VMDC-4R: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 4 display outputs. 4RU rack-mount unit.
          g.VMDC-6R: Virtual Matrix Display Controller with 6 display outputs. 4RU rack-mount unit.
          h.The viewer application shall be Vicon's VN-VIEWER-16.
          3.Self-contained, matrix control solution for the VMS. Direct network video to multiple monitor displays using a keypad, graphical user interface (GUI) or Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
          a.Events Management system in the VMS software receives data from external systems, triggering macros in response to the input.
          b.Matrix command/control center software interface and hardware decoding component enable remote network video streams to be displayed on multiple monitors in multiple locations. Operator can display any camera on any monitor connected to the network. Camera selection may be controlled via a dedicated keypad or by using the graphical user interface.
          c.Scalable. A single VMDC unit controls up to 6 high-definition monitors. Control additional monitors by connecting additional VMDC units to the network and/or using video decoder appliances.
          d.Enclosures: Rack or tower.
          e.Software available for installation on a PC meeting minimum requirements specified in this document.
          4.Software Description: Graphic user interface (GUI) incorporating video display areas, toolbars, control palettes, and site/device lists. The system allows camera-to-monitor selection and camera PTZ control on a keypad controller or PLC.
          a.Receives live or recorded video inputs. Operators can direct the video to any monitor connected to it, including monitor walls or monitors connected to additional VMDCs on the network. Available licensing for 2, 4 or 6 monitors. Licenses upgradeable at any time to maximum of 6 monitors.
          b.Each VMDC supports 4 keypads/serial host interface.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** "FPS is the frame rate, Res is the resolution and Streams are the number of simultaneous video streams that can be displayed. Decoder consists of two VMDC units. One unit provides six display monitor outputs. The other acts as the display controller. Dual Monitor consists of one VMDC that provides a display monitor output and a display controller. Multi-Monitor consists of one VMDC that provides up to 5 display monitor outputs and a display controller.
          c.VMDC Video Performance.
          1)Compression Type: ViconNet MPEG-4.
          a)Resolution: 2 CIF. FPS: 7.5. Decoder Stream: 150. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 104. FPS: 15. Decoder Stream: 106. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 52. FPS: 30. Decoder Stream: 53. Dual Monitor Stream: 43. Multi-Monitor Stream: 26.
          b)Resolution: D1. FPS: 7.5. Decoder Stream: 144. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 88. FPS: 15. Decoder Stream: 72. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 44. FPS: 30. Decoder Stream: 36. Dual Monitor Stream: 33. Multi-Monitor Stream: 22.
          2)Compression Type: H.264.
          a)Resolution: 2 CIF. FPS: 7.5. Decoder Stream: 144. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 88. FPS: 15. Decoder Stream: 72. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 44. FPS: 30. Decoder Stream: 36. Dual Monitor Stream: 33. Multi-Monitor Stream: 22.
          b)Resolution: D1. FPS: 7.5. Decoder Stream: 52. Dual Monitor Stream: 64. Multi-Monitor Stream: 44. FPS: 15. Decoder Stream: 26. Dual Monitor Stream: 44. Multi-Monitor Stream: 22. FPS: 30. Decoder Stream: 13. Dual Monitor Stream: 22. Multi-Monitor Stream: 11.
          c)Resolution: 2 MP. FPS: 3. Decoder Stream: 28. Dual Monitor Stream: 32. Multi-Monitor Stream: 24. FPS: 7. Decoder Stream: 14. Dual Monitor Stream: 16. Multi-Monitor Stream: 12. FPS: 15. Decoder Stream: 7. Dual Monitor Stream: 8. Multi-Monitor Stream: 6.
          d)Resolution: 5 MP. FPS: 1. Decoder Stream: 44. Dual Monitor Stream: 56. Multi-Monitor Stream: 40. FPS: 2. Decoder Stream: 22. Dual Monitor Stream: 28. Multi-Monitor Stream: 20. FPS: 4. Decoder Stream: 11. Dual Monitor Stream: 14. Multi-Monitor Stream: 10.
          d.Compression: H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG.
          e.High-Definition Video: 5 megapixels (2560 x 1600)
          f.Monitors: 16 x 9 monitors.
          g.Monitors Connected to the VMDC Display: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36 or 64 segment views. Monitors are graphically depicted on the VMDC GUI Main Window interface. Selected monitor highlighted in red for easy identification. Video played back on a selected monitor. Playback selected by date and time or, by mouse click for quick playback.
          h.VMDC displays titles, when enabled, and operator can send a 20 character text messages to the monitor for display. Alarms display on certain dedicated monitors or on all monitors, if so configured.
          i.VMS software shall provide Authorization rights setup for users for an administrator using the Site Authorization screen. Group rights shall be configurable by specific site. VMDC users are granted certain rights and access or full control based on their individual requirements.
          j.The VMDC Main Window:
          1)Site and Device list depicting all DVRs, video encoders and IP cameras connected to the local VMDC. A physical list of all known network sites and connected cameras, PTZ cameras and microphones represented by graphical symbols.
          a)Each unit depicted with all connected devices such as: cameras connected (differentiating between PTZ and fixed cameras) and microphones.
          b)Number of segments each monitor is displaying: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36 or 64.
          c)Components in the list shall be selectable and configurable.
          d)When PTZ dome camera is selected, operator can: Control pan, tilt, zoom, iris and focus, including auto iris and autopen. Program preset positions. Execute preset positions. Complete programming of menus embedded in the selected dome.
          2)PTZ programming and control achieved remotely without requiring an operator at the recorder where the PTZ camera is connected.
          3)PTZ control performed dynamically onscreen, and not require clicking on arrows to move the PTZ camera. Control is fully variable by dynamically moving the cursor across the video display.
          4)PTZ interface controls operation and programming functions of Vicon SVFT domes and basic functions of PTZ domes by other manufacturers.
          5)Access to all available programming menus.
          6)Access to external controls, and reports for Alarm History, Audit Log and CFN log.
          k.Viewing of Live Cameras: Clicking on monitor display location and then desired camera in Site and Device list. "Drag-and-Drop" from Site and Device list to location in the Monitor Display Layout.
          l.The software permits viewing of live video from any camera connected to the system.
          m.The software supports on-demand recording (manual recording) to a remote location.
          n.The software supports playback from the Main Window in the following formats: Quick Playback: User can select and launch playback for VMS encoded cameras in a pre-defined number of seconds before the live image. The playback window shall open in the selected monitor location. Playback from Time: Allows setting the playback to start from a specific date, time and database on the network. Allows playing back the same camera several times.
          o.Programming and Advanced Screens Access: Permanently docked toolbar on the top live screen. Scheduler/Macro. Reports. Setup. Logout.
          p.Macros Configuration: Programming for creating and executing software commands. Allow an authorized user to create and schedule software commands.
          1)Sequencing cameras, including multi-screen displays on selected monitors.
          2)Execute remote macros existing on recorders currently connected to the network.
          3)Record cameras at different qualities and frame rates from any recorder on the network.
          4)Send an alarm condition to any recorder and workstation on the network. Using macros, an authorized user can program the destination component of the alarm condition.
          5)An authorized user can program and execute macros remotely without the need to be physically located at the recorder that the macros will be programmed on.
          6)The Schedule/Macro button allows the running of preconfigured combinations of camera, sensor and PTZ programmed routines.
          7)Macro scheduling shall include but is not limited to: Days of the week when a macro is active. Start and end time for when a macro is active. If a macro is to run continuously or not.
          8)A macro shall be able to run every 5 min, 10 min, 1/4 hour, 1/2 hour, 3/4 hour, 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 6 hours, 8 hours and 12 hours.
          q.Network Settings and Site Name Utility shall allow: Setup of a system nucleus, which is the central station of the VMS. Time synchronization of all components on the network. All appropriate networking features including each server IP, Subnet and Gateway.
          r.Language Translation Utility (LTU). Allow a manual translation of the entire GUI into any language that uses varying alpha-numeric character sets. The utility accommodates simple changing from one language to another.
          5.Workstation Parameters:
          a.Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate.
          b.CPU: Intel Core i7-920 processor.
          c.RAM: 4 GB.
          d.Hard Drive: 250 GB minimum.
          e.Video Card: Sapphire ATI HD 5650.
          f.Power Supply: 750 W minimum.
          6.Mechanical Parameters:
          a.Application: Indoor.
          b.Rack Mounting: Standard 19 in. (483 mm) rack mount.
          c.Rack Mounting: Stackable, 4U height.
          d.Dimensions, Rack-Mount (H x W x D): 7 in (177.8 mm) x 18.75 in (476 mm) x 24.25 in (616 mm), including connectors.
          e.Dimensions, Tower (H x W x D): 7 in (177.8 mm) x 18.5 in (470 mm) x 16 in (406.4 mm).
          f.Weight, Rack Mount: 50.0 lbs (22.6 kg).
          g.Weight, Tower: 22.7 lbs (10.32 kg).
          h.Construction: Steel case and hardware.
          7.Environmental Parameters:
          a.Operating Temperature: 32 to 104 degrees F (0 to 40 degrees C).
          b.Humidity: Up to 95 percent relative, non-condensing.
          c.Ideal Room Temperature: 66 to 75 degrees F (19 to 25 degrees C).
          d.Ideal Room Humidity: Up to 80 percent relative, non-condensing.
          e.Maximum Room Temperature: 50 to 86 degrees F (10 to 30 degrees C).
          f.Storage Temperature Range: Minus 4 to 158 degrees F (Minus 20 to 70 degrees C) maximum.
          8.Software Parameters:
          a.Graphical Map: Graphical site map supports realistic camera location.
          b.Quick Playback: Starts video playback of live camera with a few clicks.
          c.Local and Remote Monitor Control: Interface graphically displays virtual representation of all monitors connected in the system and permits flexible display configurations and drag-and-drop camera selection.
          d.PTZ Control: Operator has full PTZ control of any PTZ camera in the system using the GUI, keypad or PLC.
          e.Macro Configuration: Macros can be defined for recording or displaying and playing cameras, microphones and related devices (sensors) as well as sending alarm notification through email or SMS text message.
          f.Authorization Rights: Group rights can be configured by specific site. Rights provide authority to perform all system functions.
          g.Alarms: Alarms can be programmed to annunciate under special conditions.
          h.Central Failure Notification (CFN): Utility that provides notifications indicating certain applications have failed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Component options. Coordinate with system description for application and programmed function. The cameras listed below are compatible with either the Valerus or Vinconet Video Management System. Delete the cameras not required.
 
          2.4CAMERAS FOR VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
 
          A.General:
          1.All equipment and materials used shall be standard components, regularly manufactured, regularly utilized in the manufacturer's system.
          2.All systems and components shall have been thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          3.All systems and components shall be provided with the availability of a toll free 24-hour immediate technical assistance for either the dealer/installer at no charge.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete PTZ cameras paragraph if not required.
 
          B.Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Cameras:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete basis of design subparagraphs not required.
          1.Basis of Design: SN673V-B Cruiser Network Dome Cameras as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications: CE, FCC Class A, ONVIF Profile S Compliant, UL.
          b.General Features:
          1)Mounting: Surface mountable. Wall, corner and pole mounting accessories available.
          2)Camera/Lens: 1/2.8-in. progressive scan CMOS day/night with a 4.7-94 mm varifocal lens (optical 20x; 16X digital zoom).
          3)Outdoor model: IP66 rating with pan/tilt drive. Covert enclosure.
          4)Dome: Clear polycarbonate secured by tamperproof screws.
          5)Triple-streaming network video transmission using open platform H.264 or M-JPEG compression (2x H.264 and 1x M-JPEG) for remote viewing and recording. ONVIF interface enabling third party software recording.
          6)Configurable remotely from network digital video recorders and master workstations
          7)Alarm Inputs: Four, individually programmable NO or NC.
          8)Alarm output. One.
          9)Programmable Preset Positions: 256.
          10)Tours: 8 with 100 presets per tour.
          11)Configuration: High level, programmable functions via a web browser. Gain control: Adjustable. White balance gain using red and blue scales. Shutter speed: Automatic or manual. Backlight compensation or Wide Dynamic Range: Programmable. Digital Noise Reduction: Programmable on or off.
          12)Real time clock and scheduler: Programmable for each day of the week. 15 programmable events. A schedule can be established for each event trigger.
          13)Privacy Masks: 8 programmable.
          14)Motion Detection: 16 windows for motion detection (8 include, 8 exclude). Sensitivity level programmable for each window.
          15)Image Inverting:
          16)Multilanguage menu system.
          17)Video Transmission Rate: 60 fps (triple stream). 30 fps (dual stream).
          18)Audio input: 1 audio in. 1 audio out.
          19)Viewing Streams: 10 live simultaneous and 3 playbacks per camera.
          20)Micro SD card slot for local storage.
          c.Camera Parameters:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8 inch progressive scan CMOS
          2)Resolution: 2 MP (1080p) resolution.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1/3 to 1/30,000 sec.
          4)Gain Control: Automatic and Manual
          5)Wide Dynamic Range (WDR): 120 dB; WDR on/Off selectable.
          6)Backlight Compensation: On/Off selectable.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0.35 lux. Black and White: 0.13ux, at 50IRE.
          8)Adjustment, Pan and Tilt: Continuous Pan: 360 degrees. Tilt: 180 degrees with digital flip. Pan speed: 380 degrees/sec. Tilt speed: 380 degrees/sec on preset. Variable speed: 0.1 to 380 degrees per sec.
          9)Iris Control: Automatic/Manual.
          10)Video Focus: Automatic/Manual (near-far).
          11)White Balance: Automatic/Manual; red/blue gain adjustable.
          12)Digital Noise Reduction: Programmable On/Off.
          13)Lens: 4.7 to 94 mm; 55.3 to 3 degrees horizontal angle of view
          d.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: PoE; 24 VAC; 12 VDC. Maximum 12 W power consumption.
          2)Connectors, Power: 2-position removable screw terminal block.
          3)Connectors, Alarm Input: 8-position removable screw terminal block.
          4)Connectors, Network: RJ-45 CAT 5.
          5)Connectors, Audio: Two 1/8 in (3 mm) phono jacks.
          6)Connectors, Video Out: RJ-45.
          7)Connectors, Relay: 4-position removable screw terminal block.
          8)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A.
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 165.2 degrees F (minus 40 to 74 degrees C) in accordance with NEMA 2.1.5.1 STD2.
          2)Dimensions (H x Diameter): 5.9 in (150 mm) x 6.1 in (154 mm).
          3)Dome: 4.3 in (110 mm) diameter.
          4)Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.6 kg).
          f.Network Parameters:
          1)Compression: H.264, M-JPEG.
          2)Video Output: 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps
          3)Programming Interface: ONVIF Profile S, NTCIP.
          4)Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP/RTP, RTCP, FTP, uPnP, TCP/IP, DHCP, UDP, ARP, QoS, Zeroconfig, and Bonjour.
          2.Basis of Design: SN693V Cruiser Network Dome Cameras as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)FCC, Class A
          2)CE
          3)ONVIF Profile S compliant
          4)IP66
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Network Outdoor Camera Dome Features:
          1)Mounting: Surface mountable. Wall, corner and pole mounting accessories available.
          2)Comprised of a high-resolution camera/lens and pan/tilt drive in an attractive covert enclosure.
          3)Camera/Lens: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS day/night with a 5-117 mm varifocal lens (optical 23x zoom). True wide dynamic range to provide the highest quality image with excellent and electronic image stabilization.
          4)Outdoor model: Available with 1080p (2 MP) resolutions.
          5)Designed for easy installation.
          6)Lower Dome: Constructed of impact-resistant polycarbonate. Secured by tamperproof screws. Several mounting options available.
          7)Triple-streaming network video transmission using open platform H.264/H.265 or M-JPEG compression (2x H.264 and 1x M-JPEG). ONVIF open architecture connectivity to enable third party software recording.
          8)Transmit high quality video across the network for remote viewing and recording and be configurable remotely from network digital video recorders and master workstations
          9)Alarm Inputs: Four, individually programmable NO or NC.
          10)Alarm output. One.
          11)Programmable Preset Positions: 256.
          12)Tours: 8 with 100 presets per tour.
          13)Pan Range: 360 degree continuous and 90 degree tilt range with digital flip.
          14)Maximum Pan Speed: 380 degrees/sec. Maximum Tilt Speed: 380 degrees/sec on preset. Variable Speed: 0.1 degrees per sec to 38 degrees per sec.
          15)Configuration: High level, programmable functions via a web browser. Gain control: Adjustable. White balance gain using red and blue scales. Shutter speed: Automatic or manual. True Wide Dynamic Range: Programmable. Digital Noise Reduction: Programmable on or off.
          16)Real time clock and scheduler: Programmable for each day of the week. 15 programmable events. A schedule can be established for each event trigger.
          17)Privacy Masks: 16 programmable. The masks shall be configurable to be solid or pixelated and a choice of colors shall be available.
          18)Motion Detection: 16 windows for motion detection (8 include, 8 exclude). Sensitivity level programmable for each window.
          19)The capability to digitally flip (invert) the video image to be available. This feature is useful when mounting units in an inverted position.
          20)Multilanguage menu system.
          21)Video Transmission Rate: 30 fps.
          22)Audio input: 1 audio in. 1 audio out.
          23)Viewing Streams: 10 live simultaneous and 3 playbacks per camera.
          24)Micro SD card slot for local storage.
          e.Camera Parameters:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          2)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          3)Gain Control: Automatic/Manual.
          4)Wide Dynamic Range (WDR): 120 dB; WDR On/Off selectable.
          5)Backlight Compensation: On/Off selectable
          6)Sensitivity: Color: 0.35 lux; Black and White: 0.13ux, at 50IRE
          7)Iris Control: Automatic/Manual.
          8)Video Focus: Automatic/Manual (near-far).
          9)White Balance: Automatic/Manual; red/blue gain adjustable.
          10)Digital Noise Reduction: Programmable On/Off.
          11)Lens: 5 to 117 mm; 56.6 to 3 degrees horizontal angle of view.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: PoE; 12 VDC.
          2)Power Consumption: 22 W maximum.
          3)Power Connector: 2-position removable screw terminal block.
          4)Network Connector: RJ-45 CAT 5.
          5)Audio Connector: Screw terminal block.
          6)Alarm Input: Screw terminal block.
          7)Video Out: RJ-45 connector.
          8)Relay: Screw terminal block.
          9)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 4 to 140 degrees F (minus 20 to 60 degrees C).
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Diameter: 7.2 inch (182.4 mm).
          b)Height: 8.2 inch (208.3 mm).
          c)Lower Dome: 4.3 inch (110 mm).
          d)Weight: 6.2 lbs (2.8 kg).
          3)Application: Outdoor; IP66.
          h.Network Video Transmission:
          1)Compression: H.265/H.264, M-JPEG.
          2)Video Output: 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps.
          3)Programming Interface: ONVIF Profile S.
          4)Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP/RTP, RTCP, FTP, uPnP, TCP/IP, DHCP, UDP, ARP, QoS, Zeroconfig, Bonjour.
          3.Basis of Design: SN683D-WIR Network PTZ Dome Camera as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries:
          a.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          b.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          c.Network Camera dome Features:
          1)Comprised of a camera/lens and pan/tilt drive in an attractive covert enclosure. Resolution: 3 MP.
          2)Network video transmission using either open platform H.265/H.264 or M-JPEG compression. ONVIF open architecture connectivity to enable third party software recording.
          3)Transmit high quality video across the network for remote viewing and recording and shall be configurable remotely from network digital video recorders and master workstations
          4)Four Alarm Inputs: Programmable for functional state (enabled or disabled); can be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) and a dwell time programmable from 1 to 180 seconds.
          5)Alarm Output: Able to control external equipment; able to be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC). An audio alert available.
          6)Programmable Preset Positions: 256. Each preset has an individual title and is adjustable for pan and tilt speed and manual or auto focus.
          7)Tours: 8 with 64 presets per tour. Each tour has an individual title and is adjustable for pan, tilt and zoom speed and dwell time. Tours are programmable to repeat.
          8)Pan and Tilt Functions: Programmable. Maximum Manual Pan and Tilt Speeds: Programmable. Maximum Pan Speed: 380 degrees/sec and maximum tilt speed 380 degrees/sec. Pan and tilt speeds are scalable to the zoom setting. Pan Range: 360 degree continuous and tilt range is 100 degrees (minus 10 to 90 degrees).
          9)Camera/Lens: 3 MP 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS true day/night (IR cut filter) with a 4.6-165 mm varifocal lens (optical 36x). True wide dynamic range (120 dB) to provide the highest quality image with excellent contrast.
          10)Synchronized IR illuminators with 1312 ft (400 m) range.
          11)High Level, Programmable Functions:
          a)Configuration via a web browser.
          b)Dynamic adjustable bit rate.
          c)Configurable brightness, sharpness and high-sensitivity.
          d)Gain Control: Adjustable.
          e)Shutter Speed: Programmable, automatic or manual.
          f)White balance gain using red and blue scales.
          g)Programmable backlight compensation or wide dynamic range. Horizontal flip shall be available.
          h)Dynamic Noise Reduction control.
          i)Video Content Analysis (VCA) provided for tampering, defog, digital image stabilization, face detection, line detector and field detector.
          12)PTZ Housing: Die-cast aluminum; secured with tamperproof screws.
          a)Wall mount and a ceiling/pole mount to be available.
          b)Camera Dome Rating: IP66 and IK10.
          c)Micro SD card slot for local storage.
          13)Event Map: Available to establish a schedule for each event trigger from the camera. 15 events able to be registered.
          14)Privacy Masks: 16 programmable, available to hide certain areas for display on screen.
          15)Motion Detection: 16 configurable zones for motion detection. Each zone individually configurable for threshold, sensitivity and dwell time levels.
          16)The capability to flip (invert) the video image to be available. This feature is useful when mounting units in an inverted position.
          17)Video transmission rate of 60 fps (50 fps PAL) dual stream or 30 fps (25 fps PAL) triple stream.
          18)Two-way audio.
          19)Simultaneous Viewing/Recording Streams per Camera: 10
          d.Network Video Transmission:
          1)Compression: H.265/H.264, M-JPEG.
          2)Video Output: 3 MP at 30 fps.
          3)Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP/RTP, RTCP, QoS, FTP, TCP/IP, DHCP, UDP, uPnP, DDNS, Zeroconfig, Bonjour, ONVIF.
          e.Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          2)Maximum Resolution: 3 MP (2048x1536).
          4.Basis of Design: SN240D Network PTZ Dome Cameras as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries
          a.Certifications:
          1)FCC, Class A.
          2)CE.
          3)ONVIF
          4)IP66.
          5)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Network Outdoor Camera Dome Features:
          1)Camera, lens, and pan/tilt drive in covert enclosure. 1080P (2 MP) resolution.
          2)Network Video Transmission: Open platform H.264 or M-JPEG compression.
          3)ONVIF open architecture connectivity to enable third party software recording.
          4)Transmit high quality video across network for remote viewing and recording and configurable remotely from network digital video recorders and master workstations.
          5)Four Alarm Inputs: Programmable for functional state (enabled or disabled); able to be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC).
          6)Alarm Output: Able to control external equipment; able to be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC).
          7)Programmable Preset Positions: 256 individual preset positions available; Each able to have an individual title and be adjustable for pan and tilt speed and manual or auto focus.
          8)Tours: 8 available. 100 presets each. Each tour and pattern having an individual title and adjustable for pan, tilt and zoom speed and dwell time. Tours programmable to repeat. 8 patterns available.
          9)Pan and Tilt Functions: Programmable. Maximum manual pan and tilt speeds programmable.
          a)Maximum Pan Speed: 380 degrees/sec
          b)Maximum Tilt Speed: 380 degrees/sec.
          c)Pan and tilt speeds scalable to the zoom setting.
          d)Pan Range: 360 degree continuous
          e)Tilt Range: 180 degrees (minus 10 to 190 degrees).
          10)Camera/Lens: 1080p 1/2.8-in. progressive scan CMOS true day/night (IR cut filter) with a 4.3-129 mm varifocal lens (optical 30x; 16x digital). True wide dynamic range (120 dB) to provide the highest quality image with excellent contrast.
          11)High level, programmable functions.
          a)Configuration of the dome is done through a web browser.
          b)Dynamic adjustable bit rate.
          c)Configurable brightness, sharpness and high-sensitivity.
          d)Gain Control: Adjustable.
          e)Shutter Speed: Programmable, automatic or manual.
          f)White balance gain using red and blue scales.
          g)Backlight compensation or Wide Dynamic Range.
          h)Horizontal flip available.
          i)Dynamic Noise Reduction control.
          j)Video Content Analysis (VCA) provided for tampering, defog, face detection, line detector and field detector.
          12)PTZ Housing: Constructed of aluminum with a clear polycarbonate dome. Secured with tamperproof screws.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Mounting options not required.
          a)Mount: Wall.
          b)Mount: Ceiling.
          c)Mount: Pole.
          d)Mount: Parapet.
          e)Mount: Corner bracket.
          f)Dome: IP66 and IK10 rating.
          g)Micro SD card slot for local storage.
          13)Composite video out and RS-485.
          14)Event Map: Available to establish a schedule for each event trigger from the camera; up to 15 registered events.
          15)Privacy Masks: 16 individual and programmable to hide certain areas for display on screen.
          16)Motion Detection Capability: 16 configurable zones for motion detection. Each zone individually configurable for threshold, sensitivity and dwell time levels.
          17)Capable of flipping (inverting) video image. This feature is useful when mounting units in an inverted position.
          18)Maximum Video Transmission Rate: 60 fps (50 fps PAL).
          19)Two-way audio.
          20)Simultaneous Viewing/Recording Streams per Camera: Quantity of 10.
          e.Camera Parameters:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          2)Maximum Resolution: 1920x1080 (2 MP).
          3)Shutter Speed: 1/3 to 1/30,000 sec.
          4)Gain Control: Automatic/Manual.
          5)Wide Dynamic Range (WDR): On/Off selectable; 120 dB.
          6)Backlight Compensation: On/Off selectable.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0.35 lux. Black and White: 0.013 lux, IR LED On at 50IRE, f/1.2.
          8)Iris Control: Automatic/Manual.
          9)Video Focus: Automatic/Manual.
          10)White Balance: Automatic/Manual; red/blue gain adjustable.
          11)Lens: 4.3 to 129 mm (30X optical zoom), f/1.2; 2.9 to 61.8 degree horizontal angle of view.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 24 VAC; 12 VDC; PoE.
          2)Current (IR On): 1.1 A at 24 VAC/12 VDC; 270 mA at PoE.
          3)Power Consumption: 13.2 W at 24 VAC/12 VDC; 12.8 W at PoE.
          4)Power Connector: Screw terminal black.
          5)Network/PoE Connector: RJ-45 CAT 5.
          6)Audio Connector: Jack.
          7)Alarm Input/Output: Screw terminal block(4 alarm in/1 alarm out).
          8)Video Out: RJ-45 connector.
          9)Composite Out: BNC.
          10)RS485: Screw terminal block.
          11)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 58 to 149 degrees F (minus 50 to 65 degrees C).
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Diameter: 9.2 inch (234 mm).
          b)Height: 11.85 inch (301 mm).
          c)Weight: 7.3 lbs (3.3 kg).
          3)Application: Outdoor; IP66; IK10.
          h.Network Video Transmission:
          1)Compression: H.264, M-JPEG.
          2)Video Output: 1080P (2 MP).
          3)Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP/RTP, RTCP, QoS, FTP, TCP/IP, DHCP, UDP, uPnP, DDNS, ONVIF.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete box camera paragraph if not required.
 
          C.Box Cameras:
          1.Basis of Design: High Resolution Day/Night IP Indoor Box Camera as manufactured and supplied by Vicon Industries:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete models not required.
          a.Model IQB91WI-A5: Motorized varifocal lens.
          b.Model IQB92WI-A5: Motorized varifocal lens.
          c.Model IQB93NI-NL: No lens
          d.Model IQB93NI-A6: Motorized varifocal lens.
          e.Model IQB95NI-NL: No lens.
          f.Model IQB95NI-A6: Motorized varifocal lens.
          g.Model IQB9-IR: IR accessory
          h.Model HPOE-100: PoE housing.
          i.Certifications: CE, FCC Class A, ONVIF, PSIA, RoHS 2, UL, cUL
          j.General Features:
          1)Mounting: 1/4-20 mounting holes, top and bottom.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete types not required.
          2)Lens: No Lens. Accepts a CS-mount lens.
          3)Lens: Camera/lens combination.
          4)Lens: Motorized varifocal lens. integral 2.8 to -12 or 2.8 to 8.5 mm motorized zoom and focus.
          5)Day/night Operation: Built-in IR-cut filter.
          6)Wide Dynamic Range (WDR): 1 MP and 2 MP models.
          7)Simultaneous dual streaming video; H.264 and M-JPEG compression.
          8)Two-way audio and on-camera microphone.
          9)SD card slot for local storage.
          10)FCC Class A device. Supports ONVIF interface and PSIA.
          11)Camera features: AGC, BLC, white balance, automatic exposure, electronic shutter, flip and rotate 180 degrees, privacy masks, motion detection. Alarm I/O relay and analog video out.
          k.Camera Parameters:
          1)Imaging Device (1 MP and 2 MP): 1/2.7 inch.
          2)Imaging Device (3 MP and 5 MP) 1/3.2-inch.
          3)Resolution: 1 MP (720p), 2 MP (1080p), 3.1 MP, and 5 MP models.
          4)Shutter Speed: Auto, programmable, and fixed.
          5)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          6)Sensitivity (1 and 2 MP): Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: Below 0.05 lux.
          7)Sensitivity (3.1 and 5 MP): Color: 0.2 lux. Black and White: Below 0.05 lux.
          8)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: Dependent on mount
          9)Lens Adjustment: Motorized zoom and focus, P-iris
          10)Focal Length: 2.8 to 12 mm or 2.8 to 8.5 mm varifocal
          11)Horizontal Field of View: 2.8 to 12 mm: 101 to 35 degrees. 2.8 to 8.5 mm: 93 to 44 degrees.
          l.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 32 to 113 degrees F (0 to 45 degrees C).
          2)Construction: Aluminum and plastic.
          3)Dimensions H x W x L): 2.76 in (70.2 mm) x 2.72 in (69 mm) x 5.07 in (128.9 mm).
          4)Weight: Approximately 0.4 lbs (0.165 kg).
          m.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: PoE; 24 VAC, 12 VDC. Less than 4 W power consumption.
          2)Connectors, PoE: RJ-45.
          3)Connectors, Video/Data: RJ-45
          4)Connectors, I/O relay, audio in/out, analog output: Push-in terminal.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          n.Network Platforms:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform.
          2)Compression: H.264; MPEG-4; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, Multicast.
          4)Video Channels: Dual streaming.
          5)Resolution, 1 MP, 720p: 1280 x 720.
          6)Resolution, 2 MP, 1080p: 1920 x 1080.
          7)Resolution, 3 MP: 2048 x 1536.
          8)Resolution, 5 MP: 2560 x 1920.
          9)Frame Rate, 1MP (720p) and 2MP (1080p): 30 fps.
          10)Frame Rate, 3.1 MP: 20 fps.
          11)Frame Rate, 5 MP: 10 fps.
          12)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Mozilla, or Opera.
          13)Users: 10 user live viewing.
          14)Image Settings: Configurable brightness, contrast, saturation, and sharpness. Auto exposure, auto white balance, AGC, BLC, motion detection, and AC lighting control (50 or 60 Hz)
          15)Supported Protocols: IPV4, IPV6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, CIFS, SMTP, DHCP, NTP, DNS, UDP, uPnP, ARP, SNMP, ICMP, Zeroconf, APIPA, Telnet, and multicast.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete specialty cameras paragraph if not required.
 
          D.Specialty Cameras:
          1.Basis of Design: V-CELL-HD-B Corner Mounted HD Day/Night Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** UL and cUL certifications apply only if camera is supplied with back cover.
          a.Certifications: CE, FCC Class A, IK10, IP66, UL, and cUL.
          b.Features:
          1)Made for custodial suites and prison cells.
          2)Mounting: Stainless steel, waterproof housing. Fits into 90 degree corners. Fixed mounting frame and removable front plate. Assembly is permanently sealed to walls and ceiling making housing ligature proof. Front plate is recessed and secured to fixed frame with security screws. Two windows in front plate protect camera and IR LED illuminators.
          3)Camera Mount: Adjustable allowing for tilting up or down for an exact view.
          4)Alarms and audio.
          5)Privacy masks.
          c.Camera Parameters:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan RGB CMOS.
          2)Camera Type: True day/night (IR cut filter)
          3)Sensitivity: 0.0 lux (IR On)
          4)IR Distance: 65 ft (20 m) with 36 IR LEDs. Programmable intensity.
          5)Lens Focal Length: 2.3 mm, fixed wide angle.
          6)Aperture: f/2.0 maximum.
          7)Horizontal Field of View: 124 degrees.
          8)Vertical Field-of-View: 94 degrees.
          d.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 32 to 140 degrees F (0 to 60 degrees C).
          2)Application: Indoor.
          3)Construction: Enclosure: Stainless steel; brushed satin. Mounting Frame: 14 gauge; camera mount: 14 gauge. Windows: polycarbonate. IR: 5 mm thick. Camera: 6 mm thick. Dimensions: 15 in. (380 mm) x 12.6 in. (320 mm).
          4)Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.6 kg) approximate. Electrical Parameters:
          5)Input Voltage/Current: 24 VAC 250 mA. 12 VDC 500 mA. PoE 125 mA.
          6)Power Consumption (IR on): 24 VAC: 6 W. 12 VDC: 6 W. PoE: 6 W.
          7)Connectors, 24 VAC and 12 VDC: Screw terminal.
          8)Connectors, PoE: RJ-45.
          9)Connectors, Alarms (In/Out) and Audio (mic/spkr): Screw terminal.
          10)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A.
          e.Network Parameters:
          1)Compression: H.264, MPEG-4 or M-JPEG and analog.
          2)Video Streams: 10 concurrent.
          3)Video Resolution: 2048x1536 (3 MP), 1920x1080 (Full HD 1080P), 1280x1024 (SXVGA), 1280x720 (HD 720P), 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 352x240/288 (CIF), 320x240 (QVGA).
          4)Frame Rate: Up to 30 fps.
          5)Video Bandwidth: 10/100 Mbps.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          E.Dome Cameras:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete basis of design subparagraphs not required.
          1.Basis of Design: V800D Series Indoor Fixed IP Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications: FCC Class A.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Indoor surface mount.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)WDR and IR capability and integral fixed or motorized varifocal autoiris lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 82 feet (25 m) with 24 IR LEDs.
          6)Dome: Clear polycarbonate, secured with tamperproof screws.
          7)Camera Position: Three-direction adjustment allowing for adjustment of pan, tilt, and lens rotation (roll).
          8)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth.
          9)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          10)Quad streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP resolution.
          11)SD card slot for local storage.
          12)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)WDR.
          3)Digital zoom.
          4)White balance.
          5)Flip and mirror.
          6)Privacy masks.
          7)Museum search.
          8)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select imaging device required. Delete imaging device not required.
          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          2)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Sensitivity: Color: 0.04 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.1.
          5)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan 360 degrees, tilt 90 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis 360 degrees).
          6)Digital Zoom.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select lens adjustment required. Delete lens adjustment not required.
          7)Lens Adjustment: Fixed focus and zoom adjustment.
          a)Focal Length: 3.7 mm (2 MP); 3.6 mm (4 MP).
          b)Horizontal Field of View: 90 degrees (2 MP); 85 degrees (4 MP).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized focus and zoom adjustment.
          a)Focal Length: 2.8-12 mm varifocal.
          b)Horizontal Field of View: 100 degrees to 30 degrees.
          9)IR Distance: 82 feet (25 mm); 24 IR LEDs.
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 14 to 140 degrees F (minus 1 degree to 60 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Plastic. Dome: Clear polycarbonate; tamperproof screws.
          4)Dimensions: 4.1 inch (104.1 mm) height by 5.1 inch (130 mm) diameter.
          5)Weight, Fixed: 0.82 lbs (0.375 kg)
          6)Weight, Motorized: 0.90 lbs (0.4 kg)
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), PoE: 170 mA/180 mA (fixed), and 620 mA (motorized).
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 190 mA (fixed), and 680 mA/710 mA (motorized).
          4)Power Consumption (IR on), PoE: 8.2 W/7.6 W (fixed), and 8.2 W/8.5 W (motorized).
          5)Power Consumption (IR on), 12 VDC: 6.8 W (fixed), and 7.4 W/7.6 W (motorized).
          6)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          7)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          8)Alarm Connector: Screw terminal.
          9)Audio Connector: Screw terminal.
          10)Slot for SD Card.
          11)Analog video output connector (requires optional cable).
          12)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Quad streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          6)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.
          7)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          8)Image Settings: Day/night mode; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, chroma, sharpness, saturation; white balance; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; true WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (16); DNR; digital zoom.
          9)Video Content Analytics: Defog, Intrusion Detection, Intelligent Video Motion Detection, museum Search and Camera Tampering.
          10)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP, UDP, uPnP, QoS, Zeroconfig, Bonjour.
          2.Basis of Design: V930D Series Outdoor IP Turret Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications: FCC Class A.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Outdoor surface mount.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)WDR and IR capability and integral fixed lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 m) with 15 IR LEDs.
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Triple streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP resolution.
          9)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)WDR.
          3)Digital zoom.
          4)White balance.
          5)Flip and mirror.
          6)Privacy masks.
          7)Museum search.
          8)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select imaging device required. Delete imaging device not required.
          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/2.9-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          2)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Sensitivity: Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.1.
          5)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan, tilt of 70 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis).
          6)Digital Zoom.
          7)Fixed lens:
          a)Focal Length: 3.6 mm.
          b)Horizontal Field of View: 84 degrees.
          8)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 mm); 15 IR LEDs.
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum.
          4)Dimensions: 3.4 inch (85.1 mm) height by 3.5 inch (90.1 mm) diameter.
          5)Weight: 0.55 lbs (0.25 kg)
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), PoE: 106 mA/124 mA.
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 360 mA/380 mA.
          4)Power Consumption (IR on), PoE: 5.1 W/6 W.
          5)Power Consumption (IR on), 12 VDC: 4.3 W/4.6 W.
          6)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          7)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          8)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          6)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 1920x1080.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.
          8)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, chroma, sharpness, saturation; white balance; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; true WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (16); DNR; digital zoom.
          10)Video Content Analytics: Intrusion Detection, Intelligent Video Motion Detection, Museum Search and Camera Tampering.
          11)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP, UDP, uPnP, QoS, Zeroconfig, Bonjour.
          3.Basis of Design: V940D Series Outdoor Fixed IP Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)FCC Class A.
          2)IP66 rated to withstand rain, dust and vandalism.
          3)IK 10 rated for impact resistance.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Indoor/outdoor surface mount. Mounting accessories to allow pendant mounting or mounting to a 4x4 electrical box.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)True WDR and IR capability and integral motorized varifocal autoiris lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 m) with smart IR LED technology.
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth.
          7)Powered by PoE, 12 VDC, or 24 VAC.
          8)Triple streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG (third stream only) compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP), 4 MP, and 5 MP resolution. Additional 2 MP models available with ultra-high-sensitivity and extended WDR (132 dB).
          9)Back box for ease of cabling.
          10)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)AGC.
          3)WDR.
          4)White balance.
          5)Corridor.
          6)Mirror.
          7)Privacy masks.
          8)Region of Interest (ROI).
          9)Museum search.
          10)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select imaging device required. Delete imaging device not required.
          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/32,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 2.7-12 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 85 degrees to 29.8 degrees.
          2)Imaging Device: 2 MP-XW: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3-10.5 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 92.5 degrees to 33 degrees.
          3)Imaging Device: 2 MP-XS: 1/1.9-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.002 lux. Black and White: 0.0006 lux/0 lux (IR On) at f/1.5, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3.6-10 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 101.8 degrees to 44.3 degrees.
          4)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/32,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 2.7-12 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 94 degrees to 31 degrees.
          5)Imaging Device: 5 MP: 1/1.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 5 MP.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: 0.02 lux/0 lux (IR On) at f/1.5, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3.6-10 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 87.9 degrees to 38.4 degrees.
          6)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          7)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan 360 degrees, tilt 80 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis 360 degrees).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized focus and zoom adjustment.
          9)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 mm).
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 140 degrees F (Minus 40 to 60 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum with clear polycarbonate dome.
          4)Dimensions: 4.76 inch (121 mm) height by 5.91 inch (150 mm) diameter.
          5)Weight: 2.32 lbs (1.05 kg),
          6)Surface mount.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC, 24 VAC, or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), 24 VAC: 375 mA.
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 750 mA.
          4)Power Consumption (IR on): Less than 9 W.
          5)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          6)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          7)Alarm Connector: Screw terminal.
          8)Audio Connector: RCA jack.
          9)SD card slot.
          10)BNC Composite output for installation.
          11)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1280x720/960 (720P).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 2048x1520, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1280x720/960 (720P).
          c)5 MP: 2592x1944, 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 2048x1520, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1280x720/960 (720P).
          6)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 1920x1080.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, minimum IE8.
          8)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode; corridor and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, saturation; white balance; AGC; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; true WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (4); ROI (8); DNR.
          10)Video Content Analytics: EIS, Defog, Video Contents Analysis (Intrusion Detection, Line Cross Detection, Museum Search and Camera Tampering - Scene Change, Defocus, Low/High Brightness).
          11)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP SMTP, DHCP, NTP, FTP DDNS, UDP, uPnP, QoS, ARP, IGMP, SNMP (V3), TLS, SSL, 802.1x, PPPoE, DNS, ICMP.
          4.Basis of Design: V9501D Series Outdoor IP Turret Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE
          2)FCC Class A.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Indoor/outdoor surface mount.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)WDR and IR capability and integral motorized varifocal autoiris lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 m) with 24 IR LEDs.
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth without sacrificing video quality.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Triple streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP resolution.
          9)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)WDR.
          3)Digital zoom.
          4)White balance.
          5)Flip and mirror.
          6)Privacy masks.
          7)Museum search.
          8)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select imaging device required. Delete imaging device not required.
          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/2.9-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          2)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Sensitivity: Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.1.
          5)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          6)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan, tilt 70 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis).
          7)Lens Adjustment: Motorized focus and zoom adjustment.
          8)Focal Length: 2.8- 12 mm.
          9)Horizontal Field of View: 95 degrees to 35 degrees.
          10)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 mm); 15 IR LEDs.
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum.
          4)Dimensions: 5.03 inch (127.7 mm) height by 5.3 inch (135.4 mm) diameter.
          5)Weight: 1.76 lbs (0.798 kg),
          6)Camera Mount: Surface mount.
          7)Adjustments: 3 axis adjustment, pan, tilt and roll/azimuth; camera mechanical tilt angle of 65 degrees.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), PoE: 43 mA/75 mA.
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 520 mA/550 mA.
          4)Power Consumption (IR on), PoE: 6.9 W/8.4 W; 12 VDC: 6.2 W/6.6 W.
          5)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          6)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          7)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240(QVGA).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 2048x1520, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240(QVGA).
          6)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 1920x1080.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, Firefox.
          8)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, chroma, sharpness, saturation; white balance; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (16); DNR; digital zoom.
          10)Video Content Analytics: Intrusion Detection, Intelligent Video Motion Detection, Museum Search and Camera Tampering.
          11)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP, UDP, uPnP, QoS, Zeroconfiq, Bonjour.
          5.Basis of Design: V988D-W311MIR Outdoor IP Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          3)IP66.
          4)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Outdoor IP Fixed Dome Camera:
          1)A fixed camera/lens combination.
          2)Indoor/outdoor surface mounting.
          3)High-resolution day/night camera; true WDR and IR capability and include an integral 3.6 to 11 mm varifocal auto iris lens.
          4)Motorized Lens: Allow for remote configuration of zoom and focus (motorized focus and zoom).
          5)Day/Night Operation: Achieved using a built-in IR-cut filter. IR distance shall be 90 ft (30 m) with 28 IR LEDs.
          6)Camera Position: Three-direction adjustment; pan, tilt and lens rotation (roll), for any angle of view required.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Heater provided.
          9)Quad streaming video and support H.264/H.265 and M-JPEG compression. The camera shall have 4K (8 megapixel) resolution.
          10)Electronic iris, AGC, WDR, white balance, flip, mirror, privacy masking, ROI and motion detection.
          11)Meet FCC requirements for a Class A device.
          12)Support for industry-standard ONVIF interface. IP66-rated to withstand rain, dust and vandalism and IK10 rated for impact resistance.
          13)Slot for an SD card for local storage.
          14)Meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.
          e.Day/Night IP Dome Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.5-inch progressive scan.
          2)Max. Resolution: 4K (8 MP).
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          5)Sensitivity: Color: 0.03 lux; Black and White: 0 lux (IR On); at f/1.6.
          6)Tilt and Horizontal: Integral mount allows positioning adjustment.
          7)Digital Zoom: Yes (ROI).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized lens, iris automatically adjusts to zoom condition.
          9)Focal Length: 3.6 to 11 mm varifocal.
          10)Horizontal Field of View: 87 to 38 degrees.
          11)IR Distance: 90 ft (30 m) with 28 IR LEDs.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on): PoE: 200 mA; 12 VDC: 690 mA.
          3)Power Consumption (IR on): PoE: 9.6 W; 12 VDC: 8.3 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 12 VDC standard jack or PoE RJ-45.
          b)Video/Data: RJ-45.
          c)Alarm: screw terminal.
          d)Audio: screw terminal.
          e)Slot for uSD card.
          f)Composite output for installation.
          g)Reset button.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 4 to 131 degrees F (minus 20 to 55 degrees C)
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum base; polycarbonate clear dome; tamperproof screws.
          4)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 3.9 inch (99 mm).
          b)Diameter: 5.7 inch (144 mm).
          c)Weight: Approximately 1.7 lb (0.79 kg).
          5)Camera Mount: Surface mount.
          6)Adjustments: 3-axix camera adjustment.
          a)Pan: 360 degrees.
          b)Tilt: 90 degrees.
          c)Roll: 360 degrees.
          h.Network and Video Specifications:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management System.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, Unicast/Multicast.
          4)Video Channels: Quad streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rate: 3840x2160, 3072x2048, 2592x1944/1520, 2560x1440, 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024/720, 1024x768, 800x600/480, 720x576/480, 704x480/576, 640x480, 352x240/288/256, 320x240; Max 30 fps.
          6)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome.
          7)Users: Live viewing for up to 10 clients; playback 3 clients
          8)Image Settings: Adjustable bit rate; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, saturation, chroma, sharpness; white balance, AGC; Electronic Shutter; automatic or manual; digital zoom; motion detection; zoom and focus (motorized lens models).
          9)Supported Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP DDNS, UDP, QoS, ARP, Bonjour, Zeroconf.
          6.Basis of Design: V840D-Series Vandal IP Micro Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          3)IP66.
          4)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Vandal IP Micro Dome Camera:
          1)Incorporate a camera/lens combination.
          2)A variety of mounting options including outdoor surface mounting; are available.
          3)High-resolution day/night camera; true WDR and smart IR capability and include an integral 2.8 mm fixed lens.
          4)Day/night Operation: Achieved using a built-in IR-cut filter. IR distance shall be 49 ft (15 m). A clear polycarbonate lower included.
          5)Camera Position: Three-direction adjustment; pan, tilt and lens rotation (roll), for any angle of view required.
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in overall savings in storage and bandwidth without sacrificing video quality.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Triple streaming video and support H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP resolution.
          9)WDR, digital zoom, corridor, white balance, privacy masks, and motion detection.
          10)Meets FCC requirements for Class A device. Includes support for industry-standard ONVIF interface.
          11)A slot for an SD card for local storage.
          12)Meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.
          e.Day/Night IP Dome Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/2.9-inch progressive scan CMOS
          2)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS;
          3)Max. Resolution: 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP models.
          4)Shutter Speed: 1/6 to 1/100,000 sec.
          5)Digital Zoom: Yes (ROI).
          6)Sensitivity: 2MP: Color: 0.005 lux; Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.0
          7)Sensitivity: 4MP: Color: 0.03 lux; Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.0
          8)Tilt and Horizontal; 3-axis adjustment: Pan; 60 degrees, tilt; 90 degrees and roll; lens may be rotated on its axis 360 degrees.
          9)Lens Adjustment: Fixed.
          10)Focal Length: 2.8 mm.
          11)Field of View: 2 MP: 107.8 degrees horizontal; 56.7 degrees vertical.
          12)Field of View: 4 MP: 104.4 degrees horizontal; 54.4 degrees vertical.
          13)IR Distance: 49 ft (15 m)
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on): 0.42 A.
          3)Power Consumption (IR on): 5 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 12 VDC standard jack for adapter.
          b)PoE/Network: RJ-45.
          c)Audio: Flying leads.
          d)Slot for SD card.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 31 to 140 degrees F (minus 35 to 60 degrees C)
          2)Humidity: Up to 95 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum housing. Dome: Clear polycarbonate.
          4)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 2.4 in. (61 mm).
          b)Diameter: 4.3 in. (110 mm).
          c)Weight: 0.55 lb (0.25 kg).
          5)Camera Mount: Surface mount.
          6)Adjustments: 3-axis camera adjustment.
          a)Pan: 60 degrees.
          b)Tilt: 90 degrees.
          c)Roll: 360 degrees.
          h.Network and Video Specifications:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management System.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rate: (2 MP):
          a)Main Stream: 1920x1080.
          b)Sub Stream: 1920x1080.
          c)Third Stream: 720x576 (D1).
          6)Resolution and Frame Rate: 4 MP:
          a)Main Stream: 2592x1520.
          b)Sub Stream: 2304x1296, 1920x1080.
          c)Third Stream: 720x576 (D1).
          d)Max 30 fps at 1920x1080 and 20 fps at 2592x1520.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer 7.0 or later.
          8)Users: 1 administrator; up to 31 users.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode, corridor, configurable brightness, contrast, chroma, sharpness, saturation, ROI (8), white balance, Dynamic Noise Reduction, HLC/BLC, true WDR, privacy masks (8), motion detection (4), DNR, digital zoom, OSD (8).
          10)Video Content Analytics: Behavior Detection, Intrusion Detection; Motion Detection, Line Cross, Recognition (face and audio), Intelligent identification (scene change) and Statistical Analysis (people counting).
          11)Supported Protocols: IPv4, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP, DHCP, FTP, UDP, IGMP, ICMP, ARP, PPPoE, DNS, DDNS, NTP, SMTP, 802.1x, SNMP.
          7.Basis of Design: V1000-WIR-180 Series Multi-Sensor Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE
          2)FCC, Class A
          3)IP66
          4)IK10
          5)UL
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Outdoor Multi-Sensor Series Camera:
          1)Four camera/lens modules providing 1 180 degree panoramic view.
          2)Indoor/outdoor surface mounting.
          a)There shall be mounting accessories to allow wall mounting, pendant mounting, and an adapter to allow corner and pole mounting.
          3)High-resolution day/night camera; true WDR and IR capability and include four integral fixed lenses.
          4)Day/Night Operation: Achieved using a built-in IR-cut filter. IR distance shall be 90 ft (30 m).
          5)Camera Position: Fixed position.
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in overall savings in storage and bandwidth without sacrificing video quality.
          7)Powered by PoE or 24 VAC or 12 VDC.
          8)Triple streaming video and support H.264/H.265 compression. The camera modules shall have 1080p (2 megapixel) and 5 MP resolution, offering 8MP and 20 MP resolution models.
          9)Electronic iris, AGC, true WDR, white balance, backlight compensation, tampering, flip, mirror, privacy masks, ROI and motion detection.
          10)Meet FCC requirements for a Class A device.
          11)Support for industry-standard ONVIF interface. IP66-rated to withstand rain, dust and vandalism and IK10 rated for impact resistance.
          12)Slot for an SD card for local storage.
          e.Day/Night IP Dome Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device:
          a)2 MP: 4x 1/2.7-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          b)5 MP: 4x 1/1.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          2)Max. Resolution: 4x 1920 x 1080 (2 MP) or 4x 2592 x 1944 (5 MP).
          3)Shutter Speed: 1/3.75 - 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          5)Sensitivity:
          a)2 MP: Color: 0.05 lux; B&W: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.8, 30
          b)5 MP: Color: 0.1 lux; B&W: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.8
          6)Wide Dynamic Range: True WDR, 120dB.
          7)Focal Length:
          a)2 MP: 4x 6.0 mm.
          b)5 MP: 4x 5.5 mm.
          8)Field of View:
          a)2 MP: Horiz: 180 degrees; Vert: 47 degrees.
          b)5 MP: Horiz: 180 degrees; Vert: 32 degrees.
          9)IR Distance: 90 ft (30 m).
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE, or 12 VAC.
          2)Current (IR on):
          a)2 MP: 24 VAC: 0.8 A; 12 VDC: 1.7 A.
          b)5 MP: 24 VAC: 1.0 A; 12 VDC: 2.1 A.
          3)Power Consumption (IR on): 2 MP: 20 W; 5 MP: 25 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Pigtail :Power: terminal block.
          b)PoE/Network: RJ-45.
          c)Alarm: terminal block.
          d)Audio: phone jack.
          e)Slot for SD card.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 131 degrees F (minus 400 to 55 degrees C)
          2)Humidity: 10 to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Die-cast aluminum housing; polycarbonate clear dome.
          4)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 7.4 inch (188.4 mm).
          b)Diameter: 7.7 inch (196 mm).
          c)Weight: Approximately 5.5 lb (2.5 kg).
          5)Camera Mount: Surface mount.
          h.Network and Video Specifications:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management System.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265.
          3)LAN Interface: 10/100.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution:
          6)2 MP: 4x 1920x1080.
          7)5 MP: 4x 2592x1944.
          8)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 8/20 MP
          9)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome.
          10)Users: Live viewing for up to 10 clients.
          11)Image Settings: Day/night mode; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, saturation; white balance, Gain Control; DNR; true WDR (120dB); privacy masks (5); motion detection; BLC; Exposure; ROI.
          12)Video Content Analytics: Defog, Video Contents Analysis (Tampering); VMD.
          13)Supported Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, RTSP SMTP, FTP, UDP, uPnP, QoS, ICMP, SNMP, SSH, SSL, Zeroconfig DynDNS.
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          F.Bullet Cameras:
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          1.Basis of Design: V810B Series Outdoor IP Bullet Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications: FCC Class A.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Outdoor surface mount.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)WDR and IR capability and integral fixed or motorized varifocal autoiris lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 m).
          6)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Triple streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP) and 4 MP resolution.
          9)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)WDR.
          3)Digital zoom.
          4)White balance.
          5)Flip and mirror.
          6)Privacy masks.
          7)Museum search.
          8)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
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          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/2.9-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          2)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Sensitivity: Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/2.1.
          5)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan 360 degrees, tilt 90 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis 360 degrees).
          6)Digital Zoom.
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          7)Lens Adjustment: Fixed focus and zoom adjustment.
          a)Focal Length: 3.6 mm.
          b)Horizontal Field of View: 84 degrees.
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized focus and zoom adjustment.
          a)Focal Length: 2.8-12 mm varifocal.
          b)Horizontal Field of View: 95 degrees to 35 degrees.
          9)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 mm).
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum.
          4)Dimensions, Fixed: 6.1 inch (155 mm) height by 3.0 inch (77 mm) diameter.
          5)Dimensions, Motorized: 9.4 inch (239 mm) height by 3.3 inch (84 mm) diameter.
          6)Weight, Fixed: 0.66 lbs (0.3 kg)
          7)Weight, Motorized 1.5 lbs (0.68 kg)
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), PoE: 87 mA/106 mA (fixed), and 280 mA (motorized).
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 145 mA (fixed), and 520 mA/480 mA (motorized).
          4)Power Consumption (IR on), PoE: 4.2 W/5.1 W (fixed), and 7W (motorized).
          5)Power Consumption (IR on), 12 VDC: 3.4 W/3.8 W (fixed), and 6.2 W/5.8 W (motorized).
          6)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          7)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          8)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1440x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720/960 (720P), 1024x768, 704x480/576 (D1), 640x480 (VGA), 400x240, 320x240 (QVGA).
          6)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 1920x1080; 20 fps at 4 MP.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.
          8)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, chroma, sharpness, saturation; white balance; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; true WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (16); DNR; digital zoom.
          10)Video Content Analytics: Defog, Intrusion Detection, Intelligent Video Motion Detection, Museum Search and Camera Tampering.
          11)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP, UDP, uPnP, QoS, Zeroconfig, Bonjour.
          2.Basis of Design: V922B-W551MIR-A1 Outdoor IP Bullet Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          3)IP66.
          4)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Outdoor IP Bullet Camera:
          1)Fixed camera/lens combination.
          2)Indoor/outdoor surface mounting.
          3)High-resolution day/night camera; true WDR and IR capability and include an integral 5 to 51 mm varifocal auto iris lens.
          4)Motorized Lens: Allow for remote configuration of zoom and focus (motorized focus and zoom).
          5)Day/Night Operation: Achieved using a built-in IR-cut filter. IR distance shall be 82 ft (25 m) with 32 IR LEDs.
          6)Camera Position: Adjustable using the integral mount. Sunshield provided.
          7)Powered by PoE Plus or 12 VDC.
          8)Heater provided.
          9)Triple streaming video and support H.264 and M-JPEG compression. The camera to be available in 1080p (2 megapixel) resolution.
          10)Electronic iris, AGC, BLC, white balance, flip, mirror and motion detection.
          11)Meet the FCC requirements for a Class A device. Include support for the industry-standard ONVIF interface. It shall be IP66-rated to withstand rain, dust and vandalism and IK10 rated for impact resistance.
          12)Provide a slot for an SD card for local storage.
          13)Meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.
          e.Day/Night IP Bullet Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan RGB CMO.
          2)Max. Resolution: 1080p.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1/3 to 1/30,000 sec.
          4)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          5)Sensitivity: Color: 0.35 lux; Black and White: 0.013 lux; at 50 IRE.
          6)Tilt and Horizontal Integral mount allows positioning adjustment.
          7)Digital Zoom: Yes (ROI).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized lens, iris automatically adjusts to zoom condition.
          9)Focal Length: 5 to 51 mm varifocal.
          10)Horizontal Field of View: 54 to 4.9 degrees.
          11)IR Distance: 82 ft (25m) with 32 IR LEDs.
          f.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE Plus.
          2)Current (IR on): PoE: 0.47 A; 12 VDC: 1.6 A, IR on.
          3)Power Consumption (IR on): PoE: 22.6 W; 12 VDC: 19.2 W, IR/heater on.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 12 VDC jack or E RJ-45.
          b)Video/Data: RJ-45.
          c)Alarm: screw terminal.
          d)Audio: screw terminal.
          e)Slot for uSD card.
          f)Composite output for installation on camera board.
          g)Reset button.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: minus 22 to 122 degrees F (minus 30 to 50 degrees C) with heater.
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Die-cast aluminum. Tamperproof screws.
          4)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 3.7 inch (92.9 mm).
          b)Width: 3.9 inch (98.4 mm).
          c)Depth: 11.4 inch (289.5 mm), including sunshield and mount.
          d)Weight: Approximately 2.3 lbs (1.04 kg).
          5)Camera Mount: Surface mount.
          6)Adjustments: Integral mount allows positioning.
          h.Network Video Specifications:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management System.
          2)Compression: H.264; MPEG-4; M-JPEG available on 2nd stream.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, Unicast/Multicast.
          4)Video Channels: Dual/triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rate: 1920x1080, 1280x720, 704x480/576, 352x240/288, 640x480, 320x240; Max 60 fps at 1920x1080.
          6)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome.
          7)Users: Live viewing for up to 10 clients; playback 3 clients.
          8)Image Settings: Adjustable bit rate; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness; white balance, AGC; Electronic Shutter; automatic or manual; BLC; digital zoom; motion detection; zoom and focus (motorized lens models).
          9)Supported Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS RTSP, RTCP, RTP SMTP, DHCP, NTP, FTP DDNS, UDP, uPnP,QoS, ARP, Bonjour, Zeroconf, Manual.
          3.Basis of Design: V940B Series Outdoor IP Bullet Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)FCC Class A.
          2)IP66 rated to withstand rain, dust, and vandalism.
          3)IK 10 rated for impact resistance.
          b.Features:
          1)Mounting: Indoor/outdoor surface mount.
          2)Camera/lens: High-resolution day/night camera.
          3)True WDR and IR capability and integral motorized varifocal autoiris lens.
          4)Day/night operation: Built-in IR-cut filter
          5)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 m) with smart IR LED technology.
          6)Camera position adjustable using integral mount, sunshield is provided
          7)Smart Encoding: Monitors the amount of motion in a scene, resulting in savings of storage and bandwidth.
          8)Powered by PoE, 12 VDC, or 24VAC.
          9)Triple streaming video, supports H.264/H.265, and M-JPEG (third stream only) compression. Available in 1080p (2 MP), 4 MP, and 5 MP resolution. Additional 2 MP models available with ultra-high-sensitivity and extended WDR (132 dB).
          10)Back box for ease of cabling.
          11)Supports ONVIF interface.
          c.Camera Features:
          1)Electronic iris.
          2)AGC.
          3)WDR.
          4)White balance.
          5)Corridor.
          6)Mirror.
          7)Privacy masks.
          8)Region of Interest (ROI).
          9)Museum search.
          10)Motion detection.
          d.Camera Parameters:
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          1)Imaging Device: 2 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/32,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 2.7-12 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 85 degrees to 29.8 degrees.
          2)Imaging Device: 2 MP-XW: 1/2.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3-10.5 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 92.5 degrees to 33 degrees.
          3)Imaging Device: 2 MP-XS: 1/1.9-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 1080p.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.002 lux. Black and White: 0.0006 lux/0 lux (IR On) at f/1.5, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3.6-10 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 101.8 degrees to 44.3 degrees.
          4)Imaging Device: 4 MP: 1/3-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 4 MP.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/32,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.01 lux. Black and White: 0 lux (IR On) at f/1.4, 30 IRE, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 2.7-12 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 94 degrees to 31 degrees.
          5)Imaging Device: 5 MP: 1/1.8-inch progressive scan CMOS.
          a)Maximum Resolution: 5 MP.
          b)Shutter Speed: 1 to 1/30,000 sec.
          c)Sensitivity: Color: 0.1 lux. Black and White: 0.02 lux/0 lux (IR On) at f/1.5, AGC On.
          d)Focal Length: 3.6-10 mm varifocal.
          e)Horizontal Field of View: 87.9 degrees to 38.4 degrees.
          6)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          7)Adjustment, Tilt and Horizontal: 3 axis. Pan 360 degrees, tilt 80 degrees, and roll. (lens may be rotated on its axis 360 degrees).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized focus and zoom adjustment.
          9)IR Distance: 98 feet (30 mm).
          e.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 140 degrees F (Minus 40 to 60 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum with clear polycarbonate dome.
          4)Dimensions: 3.33 inch (84.6 mm) height by 3.54 inch (90 mm) width by 11.83 inch (300.4 mm) depth.
          5)Weight: 2.09 lbs (0.95 kg),
          6)Integral wall mount.
          f.Electrical Parameters:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC, 24 VAC, or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on), 24 VAC: 427 mA.
          3)Current (IR on), 12 VDC: 833 mA.
          4)Power Consumption (IR on): Less than 10 W.
          5)Power Connector: Standard jack for adapter.
          6)PoE/Network Connectors: RJ-45.
          7)Alarm Connector: Screw terminal.
          8)Audio Connector: RCA jack.
          9)SD card slot.
          10)BNC Composite output for installation.
          11)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Network Parameters:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management Systems.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX.
          4)Video Channels: Triple streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rates:
          a)1080p (2 MP): 1920x1080, 1280x720/960 (720P).
          b)4 MP: 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 2048x1520, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1280x720/960 (720P).
          c)5 MP: 2592x1944, 2592x1520, 2304x1296, 2048x1520, 1920x1080 (1080P), 1280x720/960 (720P).
          6)Frame Rate: Max 30 fps at 1920x1080.
          7)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, minimum IE8.
          8)Users: Up to 10 clients.
          9)Image Settings: Day/night mode; corridor and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, hue, sharpness, saturation; white balance; AGC; Electronic Shutter, automatic or manual; true WDR; privacy masks (4); motion detection (4); ROI (8); DNR.
          10)Video Content Analytics: EIS, Defog, Video Contents Analysis (Intrusion Detection, Line Cross Detection, Museum Search and Camera Tampering - Scene Change, Defocus, Low/High Brightness).
          11)Supported Protocols: Ipv4/Ipv6, TCP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTCP, RTP SMTP, DHCP, NTP, FTP DDNS, UDP, uPnP, QoS, ARP, IGMP, SNMP (V3), TLS, SSL, 802.1x, PPPoE, DNS, ICMP.
          4.Basis of Design: V988B-W311MIR Outdoor IP Bullet Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          3)IP66.
          4)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Outdoor IP Bullet Camera:
          1)Fixed camera/lens combination.
          2)Indoor/outdoor surface mounting.
          3)High-resolution day/night camera; true WDR and IR capability and include an integral 3.6 to 11 mm varifocal auto iris lens.
          4)Motorized Lens: Allow for remote configuration of zoom and focus (motorized focus and zoom).
          5)Day/Night Operation: Achieved using a built-in IR-cut filter. IR distance shall be 90 ft (30 m) with 34 IR LEDs.
          6)Camera Position: Adjustable using the integral mount. Sunshield provided.
          7)Powered by PoE or 12 VDC.
          8)Heater provided.
          9)Quad streaming video and support H.264/H.265and M-JPEG compression. The camera shall have 4K (8 megapixel) resolution.
          10)Electronic iris, AGC, WDR, white balance, flip, mirror, privacy masking, ROI and motion detection.
          11)Meet the FCC requirements for a Class A device. It shall include support for the industry-standard ONVIF interface. It shall be IP66-rated to withstand rain, dust and vandalism and IK10 rated for impact resistance.
          12)Provide a slot for an SD card for local storage.
          13)Meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.
          e.Day/Night IP Bullet Camera Specifications.
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.5-inch progressive scan.
          2)Max. Resolution: 4K (8 MP).
          3)Shutter Speed: 1 - 1/10,000 sec.
          4)Automatic Gain Control: On/Off selectable.
          5)Sensitivity: Color: 0.03 lux; Black and White: 0 lux (IR On); at f/1.6.
          6)Tilt and Horizontal Integral mount allows positioning adjustment.
          7)Digital Zoom: Yes (ROI).
          8)Lens Adjustment: Motorized lens, iris automatically adjusts to zoom condition.
          9)Focal Length: 3.6 to 11 mm varifocal.
          10)Horizontal Field of View: 87 to 38 degrees.
          11)IR Distance: 90 ft (30 m) with 34 IR LEDs
          f.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC or PoE.
          2)Current (IR on): PoE: 200 mA; 12 VDC: 690 mA.
          3)Power Consumption (IR on): PoE: 9.6 W; 12 VDC: 8.3 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 12 VDC standard jack or PoE RJ-45.
          b)Video/Data: RJ-45.
          c)Alarm: Screw terminal.
          d)Audio: Screw terminal.
          e)Slot for uSD card.
          f)Composite output for installation.
          g)Reset button.
          5)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A; CE.
          g.Physical Parameters:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 4 to 131 degrees F (minus 20 to 55 degrees C).
          2)Humidity: Up to 90 percent relative, non-condensing.
          3)Construction: Aluminum.
          4)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 3.4 inch (86 mm).
          b)Width: 3.5 inch (90 mm).
          c)Depth: 11 inch (279 mm), including sunshield and mount.
          d)Weight: Approximately 1.9 lbs (0.86 kg).
          5)Camera Mount: Surface mount
          6)Adjustments: Integral mount allows positioning
          h.Network Video Specifications:
          1)Communication Platform: Open platform; compatible with Valerus and ViconNet Video Management System.
          2)Compression: H.264/H.265; M-JPEG.
          3)LAN Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, Unicast/Multicast.
          4)Video Channels Quad streaming.
          5)Resolution and Frame Rate: 3840x2160, 3072x2048, 2592x1944/1520, 2560x1440, 1920x1080, 1440x1080, 1280x1024/720, 1024x768, 800x600/480, 720x576/480, 704x480/576, 640x480, 352x240/288/256, 320x240; Max 30 fps.
          6)Web Browser: Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome.
          7)Users: Live viewing for up to 10 clients; playback 3 clients.
          8)Image Settings: Adjustable bit rate; flip and mirror; configurable brightness, contrast, saturation, chroma, sharpness; white balance, AGC; Electronic Shutter; automatic or manual; digital zoom; motion detection; zoom and focus (motorized lens models).
          9)Supported Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS RTSP, RTCP, RTP DHCP, FTP DDNS, UDP, QoS, ARP, Bonjour, Zeroconf.
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          G.Analog Cameras:
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          1.Basis of Design: V672-PTZ HD Analog PTZ Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          3)IP66.
          4)IK10.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.HD Compact Analog Dome Camera:
          1)Camera/lens and pan/tilt drive in an attractive covert enclosure.
          2)Resolution: 1080 P (2 MP) AHD or TVI.
          3)Transmit HD quality video over coaxial cable.
          4)Alarm Inputs: Four. Programmable for functional state; enabled or disabled.
          a)Able to be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC).
          b)Alarm Output: Able to control external equipment. Able to be set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC).
          5)Programmable Presets Positions: 256. Each able to have an individual title and be adjustable for pan and tilt speed and manual or auto focus.
          6)Tours: 8. Each of which can consist of up to 100 presets. Each tour and pattern to have an individual title and be adjustable for pan, tilt and zoom speed and dwell time.
          a)Programmable to repeat.
          b)Patterns Available: 8.
          7)Pan and Tilt Functions: Programmable.
          a)Programmable manual pan and tilt speeds.
          b)Pan Speed: Max 380 degrees per second. Scalable to zoom setting.
          c)Tilt Speed: Max 380 degrees per second. Scalable to zoom setting.
          d)Pan Range: 360 degree continuous.
          e)Tilt Range: 200 degrees (minus 10 to 190 degrees).
          8)Camera/Lens: 1080 P 1/2.8 in progressive scan CMOS true day/night (IR cut filter).
          a)Varifocal Lens: 4.3-129 mm (optical 30x; 16x digital).
          b)True wide dynamic range (120 dB) providing highest quality image with excellent contrast.
          9)High Level, Programmable Functions.
          a)Dome Configuration: Through a web browser.
          b)Dynamic adjustable bit rate.
          c)Configurable brightness, sharpness and high-sensitivity.
          d)Gain Control: Adjustable.
          e)Shutter Speed: Programmable, automatic or manual.
          f)White balance gain using red and blue scales.
          g)Backlight Compensation or Wide Dynamic Range: Programmable. Horizontal Flip.
          h)Dynamic Noise Reduction Control.
          i)Video Content Analysis (VCA): Provided for tampering, defog, face detection, line detector and field detector.
          10)Housing: Aluminum with clear polycarbonate dome. Secured with tamperproof screws.
          11)Mounting: Wall, ceiling, pole, parapet mount and corner bracket available. Camera Rating: IP66 and IK10.
          12)Composite video out and RS-485.
          13)Privacy Masks: 16 individual programmable available to hide certain areas for display on screen.
          14)Flip (invert) of video image available.
          15)Video Transmission Rate: 30 fps (25 fps PAL).
          e.Camera Specifications:
          1)Imaging Device: 1/2.8 inch progressive scan CMOS.
          2)Maximum Resolution: 1080 P (2 MP), AHD or TVI.
          3)Shutter Speed: 1/3 to 1/30,000 sec.
          4)Gain Control: Automatic/Manual.
          5)WDR: On/Off selectable; 120 dB.
          6)Backlight Compensation: On/Off selectable.
          7)Sensitivity:
          a)Color: 0.35 lux.
          b)Black and White: 0.013 lux, IR LED On at 50 IRE, f/1.2.
          8)Iris Control: Automatic/Manual.
          9)Video Focus: Automatic/Manual.
          10)White Balance: Automatic/Manual; red/blue gain adjustable.
          11)Lens: 4.3 to 129 mm (30 x optical zoom), f/1.2; 2.9 - 61.8 degrees horizontal angle of view.
          f.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 24 VAC; 12 VDC; Heater/Fan: 24 VAC.
          2)Current (IR On): 1 A at 24 VAC/12 VDC; Heater/Fan: 2.2 A at 24 VAC
          3)Power Consumption: 12 W at 24 VAC/12 VDC; Heater/Fan:50 W at 24 VAC
          4)Power Connector: Screw terminal block.
          5)HD analog Connector: BNC jack.
          6)Alarm Input/Output: Screw terminal block (4 alarm in/1 alarm out).
          7)Video Composite Out: BNC.
          8)Composite Out: BNC.
          9)RS485: Screw terminal block.
          10)Radio Frequency Emission Rating: FCC Class A.
          g.Environmental Specifications:
          1)Operating Temperature: Minus 58 to 149 degrees F (minus 50 to 65 degrees C).
          h.Mechanical Specifications:
          1)Dimensions:
          a)Diameter: 9.2 inch (234 mm).
          b)Height: 11.85 inch (301 mm).
          c)Weight: 7.3 lbs (3.3 kg).
          2)Application: Outdoor; IP66 and IK10
          2.Basis of Design: V672B-W312MIR HD Analog Bullet Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Analog Day/Night IR Bullet Camera:
          1)IR Illumination:
          a)For low or no light operation and maximum image resolution.
          b)Lens: An integral, motorized 2.8 to 12 mm.
          c)Camera's true wide dynamic range to improve detail in bright and low-light areas of the image.
          2)Resolution: 2 MP in AHD/TVI and 700 TVL in CVBS.
          3)Built-In Digital Noise Reduction (DNR): To improve image quality in low-light environments.
          4)Privacy Masking: The ability to mask up to 16 selected regions of the screen.
          5)Motion detection, backlight compensation and automatic white balance.
          6)Construction: Aluminum and IP66 rated.
          7)Mounting: Wall or ceiling.
          a)Adjustable: Pan, 180 degrees; tilt from vertical, 90 degrees.
          8)Designed for easy installation and setup.
          9)Extensive Onscreen Display: Menus allow set up of white balance, AGC, backlight compensation, exposure, privacy masks and many other functions.
          10)Accept UTC (up the coax) protocol.
          11)A PAL model shall be available.
          e.Camera and Optics Specifications:
          1)Image Device: 1/2.8 inch CMOS.
          2)Picture Elements: 1937(H) x 1097 (V).
          3)Scanning System: 16:9 progressive.
          4)Synchronization: Internal.
          5)Shutter Speed: Auto, Flicker, 1/30-1/30,000 sec manual.
          6)Horizontal Resolution: AHD/TVI: 2 MP (1080p); CVBS: 700 TV lines.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0. 03 lux, DSS off 0 fc (0 lux) with LEDs On.
          8)Video Output: BNC 1 (TVI/AHD); BNC 2 (CVBS).
          9)S/N Ratio: Greater than 52 dB (AGC off).
          10)IR LED/Sensor: 42 LEDs.
          11)IR Distance: Up to 130 feet (40 m).
          12)Camera Control: Joystick OSD; coaxial.
          13)Backlight Compensation: WDR/BLC/HLC/Off.
          14)Automatic Gain Control (AGC): 1 to 10.
          15)Dynamic Range: True WDR (120 dB)
          16)Digital Noise Reduction: DNR (Low/Mid/High/Off).
          17)White Balance: AWB Auto(Indoor)/Autoext (Outdoor)/Preset/Manual.
          18)Privacy Mask: 16 programmable zones.
          19)Day/Night: Color/Black and White/Auto/External.
          20)Exposure: DC (ALC)/Manual (ELC).
          21)Focal Length: 2.8 to 12 mm, motorized.
          22)Field of View: 2.8 mm: 91 degrees H; 12 mm: 28 degrees H.
          f.Operational:
          1)Control Display: On-screen, menu-driven system allowing full configuration of the camera.
          2)Lens Adjustment: Motorized.
          3)Motion Detection: 4 areas. On/Off. Adjustable size and sensitivity.
          4)Titling: On/Off, alphanumeric character set.
          5)Effects: Flip/Mirror/Shading/Sharpness.
          g.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC plus or minus 10 percent or 24 VAC plus or minus 10 percent.
          2)Current: 0.63 A.
          3)Power Consumption: 7.5 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 2-pin connector.
          b)Video: 2 BNCs (1 for TVI/AHD, 1 for CVBS) on pendant cable.
          c)Spot monitor (for CVBS output).
          h.Environmental Specifications:
          1)Operating: Outdoor rated:
          2)Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C)
          3)Humidity: Up to 96 percent relative, non-condensing.
          i.Mechanical Specifications:
          1)Construction: Aluminum. IP66 rated.
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 3.9 inch (98.4 mm).
          b)Length with Mount: 11.8 inch (300 mm).
          c)Diameter: 3.4 inch (87 mm).
          3)Weight: 2.2 lbs (1.0 kg).
          3.Basis of Design: V672D-W312MIR HD Analog Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE
          2)FCC, Class A
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Analog Day/Night IR Dome Camera:
          1)Incorporate a camera and lens combination with a 2.8-12 mm motorized varifocal lens.
          a)Camera's true wide dynamic range to improve detail in bright and low-light areas of the image.
          b)Contain 30 LEDs for use in no-light environments.
          c)Illuminated distance with the LEDs on shall be 98 feet (30 m).
          2)Resolution: 2 MP in AHD/TVI and 700 TVL in CVBS.
          3)Built-In Digital Noise Reduction (DNR): To improve image quality in low-light environments.
          4)Privacy Masking: The ability to mask up to 16 selected regions of the screen.
          5)Motion detection, backlight compensation and automatic white balance.
          6)Construction: PA 7 plastic with a high-impact polycarbonate plastic dome. Tamper-resistant screws.
          a)Rating: IK10 and IP66.
          b)Mounting: Wall or ceiling.
          7)Adjustable: Pan, 180 degrees; tilt from vertical, 90 degrees.
          8)Adjustable: 3-axis, pan, 360 degrees; tilt, 78 degrees from vertical, and rotation about its axis.
          9)Designed for easy installation and setup.
          10)Extensive Onscreen Display: Menus allow set up of white balance, AGC, backlight compensation, exposure, privacy masks and many other functions.
          11)Accept UTC (up the coax) protocol.
          12)A PAL model shall be available.
          e.Camera and Optics Specifications:
          1)Image Device: 1/2.8 inch CMOS.
          2)Picture Elements: 1937(H) x 1097 (V).
          3)Scanning System: 16:9 progressive.
          4)Synchronization: Internal.
          5)Shutter Speed: Auto, Flicker, 1/30-1/30,000 sec manual.
          6)Horizontal Resolution: AHD/TVI: 2 MP (1080p); CVBS: 700 TV lines.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0. 03 lux, DSS off 0 fc (0 lux) with LEDs On.
          8)Video Output: BNC 1 (TVI/AHD); BNC 2 (CVBS).
          9)S/N Ratio: Greater than 52 dB (AGC off).
          10)IR LED/Sensor: 30 LEDs.
          11)IR Distance: Up to 98 feet (30 m).
          12)Camera Control: Joystick OSD; coaxial.
          13)Backlight Compensation: WDR/BLC/HLC/Off.
          14)Automatic Gain Control (AGC): 1 to 10.
          15)Dynamic Range: True WDR (120 dB)
          16)Digital Noise Reduction: DNR (Low/Mid/High/Off).
          17)White Balance: AWB Auto(Indoor)/Autoext (Outdoor)/Preset/Manual.
          18)Privacy Mask: 16 programmable zones.
          19)Day/Night: Color/Black and White/Auto/External.
          20)Exposure: DC (ALC)/Manual (ELC).
          21)Focal Length: 2.8 to 12 mm, motorized.
          22)Field of View: 2.8 mm: 19.9 degrees H; 12 mm: 28.8 degrees H.
          f.Operational:
          1)Control Display: On-screen, menu-driven system allowing full configuration of the camera.
          2)Lens Adjustment: Motorized.
          3)Motion Detection: 4 areas. On/Off. Adjustable size and sensitivity.
          4)Titling: On/Off, alphanumeric character set.
          5)Effects: Flip/Mirror/Shading/Sharpness.
          g.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC plus or minus 10 percent or 24 VAC plus or minus 10 percent.
          2)Current: 0.60 A.
          3)Power Consumption: 7.2 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 2-pin connector.
          b)Video: 2 BNCs (1 for TVI/AHD, 1 for CVBS) on pendant cable.
          c)Spot monitor (for CVBS output).
          h.Environmental Specifications:
          1)Operating: Outdoor rated.
          2)Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C).
          3)Humidity: Up to 96 percent relative, non-condensing.
          i.Mechanical Specifications:
          1)Construction: PA 7 plastic housing; high-impact polycarbonate plastic dome; tamper-resistant screws. IP66/IK10 rated.
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 4.5 inch (114 mm).
          b)Housing Diameter: 5.65 inch (143.4 mm)
          c)Dome Diameter: 3.9 inch (99 mm)
          3)Weight: 1.16 lb (0.53 kg).
          4.Basis of Design: V672V-W312MIR HD Analog Vandalproof Dome Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE.
          2)FCC, Class A.
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Analog Day/Night IR Dome Camera:
          1)Incorporate a camera and lens combination with a 2.8-12 mm motorized varifocal lens.
          a)Camera's true wide dynamic range to improve detail in bright and low-light areas of the image.
          b)Contain 30 LEDs for use in no-light environments.
          c)Illuminated distance with the LEDs on shall be 98 feet (30 m).
          2)Resolution: 2 MP in AHD/TVI and 700 TVL in CVBS.
          3)Built-In Digital Noise Reduction (DNR): To improve image quality in low-light environments.
          4)Privacy Masking: The ability to mask up to 16 selected regions of the screen.
          5)Motion detection, backlight compensation and automatic white balance.
          6)Construction: Die-cast aluminum with high-impact polycarbonate plastic dome and tamper-resistant screws.
          a)Rating: IK10 and IP66.
          b)Mounting: Wall or ceiling.
          7)Adjustable: 3-axis, pan, 360 degrees; tilt, 78 degrees from vertical, and rotation about its axis.
          8)Designed for easy installation and setup.
          9)Extensive Onscreen Display: Menus allow set up of white balance, AGC, backlight compensation, exposure, privacy masks and many other functions.
          10)Accept UTC (up the coax) protocol.
          11)A PAL model shall be available.
          e.Camera and Optics Specifications:
          1)Image Device: 1/2.8 inch CMOS.
          2)Picture Elements: 1937(H) x 1097 (V).
          3)Scanning System: 16:9 progressive.
          4)Synchronization: Internal.
          5)Shutter Speed: Auto, Flicker, 1/30-1/30,000 sec manual.
          6)Horizontal Resolution: AHD/TVI: 2 MP (1080p); CVBS: 700 TV lines.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0. 03 lux, DSS off 0 fc (0 lux) with LEDs On.
          8)Video Output: BNC 1 (TVI/AHD); BNC 2 (CVBS).
          9)S/N Ratio: Greater than 52 dB (AGC off).
          10)IR LED/Sensor: 30 LEDs.
          11)IR Distance: Up to 98 feet (30 m).
          12)Camera Control: Joystick OSD; coaxial.
          13)Backlight Compensation: WDR/BLC/HLC/Off.
          14)Automatic Gain Control (AGC): 1 to 10.
          15)Dynamic Range: True WDR (120 dB)
          16)Digital Noise Reduction: DNR (Low/Mid/High/Off).
          17)White Balance: AWB Auto(Indoor)/Autoext (Outdoor)/Preset/Manual.
          18)Privacy Mask: 16 programmable zones.
          19)Day/Night: Color/Black and White/Auto/External.
          20)Exposure: DC (ALC)/Manual (ELC).
          21)Focal Length: 2.8 to 12 mm, motorized.
          22)Field of View: 2.8 mm: 94.2 degrees H; 12 mm: 26.2 degrees H.
          f.Operational:
          1)Control Display: On-screen, menu-driven system allowing full configuration of the camera.
          2)Lens Adjustment: Motorized.
          3)Motion Detection: 4 areas. On/Off. Adjustable size and sensitivity.
          4)Titling: On/Off, alphanumeric character set.
          5)Effects: Flip/Mirror/Shading/Sharpness.
          g.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC plus or minus 10 percent or 24 VAC plus or minus 10 percent.
          2)Current: 0.60 A.
          3)Power Consumption: 7.2 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 2-pin connector.
          b)Video: 2 BNCs (1 for TVI/AHD, 1 for CVBS) on pendant cable.
          c)Spot monitor (for CVBS output).
          h.Environmental Specifications:
          1)Operating: Outdoor rated.
          2)Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C).
          3)Humidity: Up to 96 .percent relative, non-condensing.
          i.Mechanical Specifications:
          1)Construction: Die-cast aluminum housing; high-impact polycarbonate plastic dome; tamper-resistant screws. IP66/IK10 rated.
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 4.5 inch (114 mm).
          b)Housing Diameter: 5.88 inch (146.4 mm)
          c)Dome Diameter: 3.9 inch (99 mm)
          3)Weight: 1.7 lb (0.7 kg).
          5.Basis of Design: V672-W-NL HD Analog Box Cameras as manufactured by Vicon Industries:
          a.Certifications:
          1)CE
          2)FCC, Class A
          b.Equipment and Materials: Standard components regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer's system.
          c.Systems and Components: Thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          1)Provided with the availability of a toll free 24- hour technical support phone number from the manufacturer. This no charge service shall be available to dealers and installers.
          2)Provided with an explicit 3-year manufacturer warranty.
          d.Analog Day/Night IR Dome Camera:
          1)Lightweight and compact, mountable in a variety of locations. Day/night type with ICR filter for low-light operation with maximum image resolution. 1/2.8 in. CMOS image device.
          2)The camera shall have a resolution of 2 MP in AHD/TVI and 700 TVL in CVBS. Built-in digital noise reduction (DNR) shall improve image quality in low-light environments.
          3)Privacy masking shall provide the ability to mask out up to 16 selected regions of the screen.
          4)The camera shall provide motion detection, backlight compensation and automatic white balance.
          5)Construction: Aluminum. A C/CS lens mount and an auto iris DIN connector. Mounting holes on bottom that fit a variety of mounts.
          6)Designed for easy installation and setup.
          7)Extensive Onscreen Display: Menus allow set up of white balance, AGC, backlight compensation, exposure, privacy masks and many other functions.
          8)A PAL model shall be available.
          e.Camera and Optics Specifications:
          1)Image Device: 1/2.8 inch CMOS.
          2)Picture Elements: 1937(H) x 1097 (V).
          3)Scanning System: 16:9 progressive.
          4)Synchronization: Internal.
          5)Shutter Speed: Auto, Flicker, 1/30-1/30,000 sec manual.
          6)Horizontal Resolution: AHD/TVI: 2 MP (1080p); CVBS: 700 TV lines.
          7)Sensitivity: Color: 0. 03 lux, DSS off.
          8)Video Output: BNC 1 (TVI/AHD); BNC 2 (CVBS).
          9)S/N Ratio: Greater than 52 dB (AGC off).
          10)IR LED/Sensor: 30 LEDs.
          11)Camera Control: OSD; coaxial.
          12)Backlight Compensation: WDR/BLC/HLC/Off.
          13)Automatic Gain Control (AGC): 1 to 10.
          14)Dynamic Range: True WDR (120 dB)
          15)Digital Noise Reduction: DNR (Low/Mid/High/Off).
          16)White Balance: AWB Auto(Indoor)/Autoext (Outdoor)/Preset/Manual.
          17)Privacy Mask: 16 programmable zones.
          18)Day/Night: Color/Black and White/Auto/External.
          19)Exposure: DC (ALC)/Manual (ELC).
          f.Operational:
          1)Control Display: On-screen, menu-driven system allowing full configuration of the camera.
          2)Lens Adjustment: Motorized.
          3)Motion Detection: 4 areas. On/Off. Adjustable size and sensitivity.
          4)Titling: On/Off, alphanumeric character set.
          5)Effects: Flip/Mirror/Shading/Sharpness.
          g.Electrical Specifications:
          1)Input Voltage: 12 VDC plus or minus 10 percent or 24 VAC plus or minus 10 percent.
          2)Current: 0.25 A.
          3)Power Consumption: 3 W.
          4)Connectors:
          a)Power: 2-pin connector.
          b)Video: 2 BNCs (1 for TVI/AHD, 1 for CVBS).
          c)C/CS lens mount.
          h.Environmental Specifications:
          1)Operating: Outdoor rated.
          2)Temperature: 14 to 122 degrees F (minus 10 to 50 degrees C)
          3)Humidity: Up to 96 .percent relative, non-condensing.
          i.Mechanical Specifications:
          1)Construction: Aluminum.
          2)Dimensions:
          a)Height: 2.2 inch (56 mm)
          b)Width: 2.6 inch (66 mm)
          c)Length: 4.7 inch (120 mm)
          3)Weight: 0.56 lbs (0.25 kg).
 
          H.Manufacturer requires the use of uninterruptible power supply systems (UPS) to prevent voltage fluctuations that can affect operation and cause damage to the equipment. Failure to comply voids the warranty.
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          2.5VIDEO ANALYTICS
 
          A.General:
          1.All equipment and materials used shall be standard components, regularly manufactured, regularly utilized in the manufacturer's system.
          2.All systems and components shall have been thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.
          3.All systems and components shall be provided with the availability of a toll free 24-hour immediate technical assistance for either the dealer/installer at no charge.
          4.All systems and components shall be provided with an explicit manufacturer warranty.
 
          B.Analytics Requirements:
          1.The proposed video analytics solution shall meet all the requirements detailed in this A and E specification.
 
          C.General Analytics Requirements:
          1.The requirements listed in this section apply to real-time detection, video search and business intelligence capabilities, unless stated otherwise.
 
          D.Architecture:
          1.The software shall run on a COTS server or shall be available pre-installed on manufacturer certified servers.
          2.The system shall support processing video from specific Common Off the Shelf (COTS) IP cameras and video encoders.
          3.This architecture structure shall utilize a proxy (VAP) mechanism that pulls the video stream from the Valerus Video Management System (VMS) and performs the feature extraction on the server side.
          4.The solution shall be easily scalable: the customer shall be able to add servers to the network to enable analytics on an unlimited number of additional cameras (without downtime). Three types of servers shall be available: a dedicated analytics server, a combination analytics/VMS Application server and a dedicated VAP server. Each of these shall be available in desktop or rack-mount style.
          5.The solution shall support full server redundancy, i.e., automatic switchover to backup components if the primary components fail.
          6.The solution shall support customized assignment between cameras and analytics servers, according to the customer's needs (e.g. geographic restrictions, etc.).
 
          E.Bandwidth Consumption:
          1.The solution shall transmit extracted feature data with an average of 150 Kbps between the camera and the server.
          2.The solution shall not send feature data when the analytics is not activated.
 
          F.Hardware and Software:
          1.The solution shall run on computer networks using industry-standard equipment.
          2.The analytics software shall be compatible with COTS equipment and common operating systems, in particular, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (64-bit), Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 (64-bit), Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 (64-bit).
          3.The system shall have the ability to traverse both LAN and WAN network topologies.
          4.The solution shall use an industry standard database for indexing alerts and storing configuration data. Supported databases include MS SQL Server Express Edition (2014, bundled with SmartAnalytics), also 2012, 2016, MS SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016 (Standard and Enterprise Editions).
          5.The solution shall support "Merge" replication feature offered by MS SQL Servers.
 
          G.Performance:
          1.The solution shall be capable of delivering analyticsto large-scale deployments comprising thousands of video cameras.
          2.The solution shall be capable of detecting objects whose height is at least 5 percent of the Field of View (FOV).
          3.The system shall function in diverse environments such as low light, rain, snow and clouds without loss of performance or significant increase in false real-time detection or false search results.
          4.The system should automatically mask different types of repetitive movements that may otherwise cause false alerts.
          5.The system should further allow the operator to specify mask areas within or outside the detection area in which any activity should be ignored, for reducing false alerts. Further, the operator should be able to define mask areas such that if movement of objects of certain sizes is detected, then other selected analytics rules configured on this camera would be deactivated to avoid false alerts.
 
          H.Video Devices:
          1.The solution shall be capable of analyzing video streams originating from IP video surveillance cameras including: fixed color/black-and-white cameras; dome cameras; panoramic cameras; thermal and infrared cameras.
          2.The solution shall be capable of analyzing digital, compressed video originating from analog video surveillance cameras that are connected via video servers/encoders.
 
          I.Configuration and Management:
          1.The solution shall provide a single front-end application for all configuration operations.
          2.The solution shall allow specifying one or more VMS server(s) to integrate with. For each of the servers, the solution shall retrieve its camera list that will be presented to the user using thumbnail images. The operator will be able to select VMS cameras that should be managed via the VAP mechanism.
          3.The GUI shall enable the customer to configure frame rate usage in order to reduce network bandwidth consumption when viewing live video.
          4.The solution shall be capable of automatically learning the camera scene, to enable optimal analytics performance, including:
          a.The geometry of the field of view in terms of the pixel-to-meter measurement, in different areas.
          b.The camera orientation - angled or overhead.
          5.The solution shall allow configuring multiple sensors simultaneously.
          6.The solution shall display a reference image for each camera, to facilitate camera identification if there is no live video stream and to align the camera back to its original position if it is moved.
          7.The solution shall provide an events history that includes the event image and the ability to view the recording playback around the event time.
          8.The solution shall be capable of periodically purging accumulated data of various types based on age:
          a.Detection events.
          b.Statistics data (generated by business intelligence rules).
          c.Analytics metadata.
          9.The solution shall include GUI to show current and past system notifications that represent the health of the solution's own software components .
          10.The solution shall generate system notifications for users' log-in and log-off times.
          11.The solution shall forward the system notifications to the Windows Event Log, so they can be tracked and monitored by third party tools.
          12.The solution shall allow 2 levels of user permissions. The lower level should be limited to viewing data and the upper level should allow all operations. The solution's user management shall allow specifying Microsoft domain users and groups.
 
          J.Video Standards and Formats:
          1.The solution shall be capable of processing a variety of video resolutions, including: CIF, 4CIF, QVGA, VGA, 720P, 1080P, 3MP and 5MP.
          2.The solution shall be capable of processing a variety of compression standards, including: Motion JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264.
          3.The solution shall be capable of processing a variety of video aspect ratios, including 4:3 and 16:9.
 
          K.Demo Capability:
          1.The solution shall feature the capability of importing video clips into the application for the purpose of testing, evaluating and demonstrating the quality of the analytics.
 
          L.Rule-Based Detection and Analysis Capabilities:
          1.The requirements listed in this section apply to rule-based detection and analysis.
 
          M.Configuration and Setup:
          1.The solution shall enable any combination of analytics rules to run on the same camera simultaneously, without limitations.
          2.The solution shall enable the operator to define multiple detection regions per camera.
          3.The solution shall provide the capability to activate, deactivate and apply a schedule on multiple analytics rules in bulk operation.
          4.The solution shall enable the operator to define analytics rules that will be activated when other rules and/or scheduled times are activated. Chaining rules will be without limitation; it will be possible for each rule to activate and deactivate an unlimited number of rules on a single video camera and/or across multiple cameras. It shall be possible to activate all rule types simultaneously.
          5.The solution shall enable the scheduling of analytics rules on a "weekly" recurring basis. The solution shall also allow scheduling for specific dates and times, via importing of an external calendar, such as the MS Outlook calendar.
          6.The solution shall provide operators the ability to configure rule filters based on target size, target speed, aspect ratio or distance of movement.
          7.The solution shall provide the capability to test the rule performance by leveraging historical metadata to which the rule conditions can be applied:
          a.The user can specify the time period in the past to which the test should be applied.
          b.It should be possible to run the test as soon as the analytics rule is defined.
          c.Once running a test, the solution should display the recording snapshot at the event time and the detection overlays of the identified object.
          d.The solution should allow the user to classify events as True or False.
          e.Based on user classification, the solution should generate a score that provides a relative quality of the results.
          f.The solution should allow saving past tests, showing the quality score for each test.
          g.The user should be able to review past test runs and apply the rule settings that correspond to one of the tests back to the rule definition.
 
          N.Analytics Rules For Behavior Detection:
          1.The solution shall offer a suite of analytics rules to provide automatic detection of a range of motion and non-motion behaviors of persons, objects and vehicles:
          a.Person moving in area (alerts to movement of a person in a sterile zone).
          b.Person crossing a line (alerts to a person crossing a virtual line / wrong direction of movement).
          c.Crowding (alerts if the density (percent) of people in a user-defined area reaches a user-defined threshold for a user-defined length of time).
          d.Person tailgating (alerts if a second person crosses a line within a user-defined time after the first person).
          e.Loitering (alerts to persons sojourning for a user -defined length of time).
          f.Occupancy (alerts if the number of people in a detection region exceeds a user-defined threshold).
          g.Suspicious object (alerts if an object is added to a scene, meets the operator-defined size, and stays for longer than the operator-defined time).
          h.Asset protection (alerts if a specific object is removed from an operator-defined region for longer than a defined time).
          i.Vehicle moving in area (alerts to vehicle movement).
          j.Vehicle crossing a line (alerts to a vehicle crossing a virtual line / wrong direction of movement).
          k.Stopped vehicle (alerts to a vehicle that stops in a user-defined area for longer than a user-defined period of time).
          l.Tailgating vehicle (alerts if a second vehicle crosses a line after the vehicle that crossed before, within a user-defined time).
          m.Traffic congestion (alert if average vehicles speed is lower than a specified threshold for longer than predefined period).
 
          O.Tampering Detection:
          1.The solution shall be capable of detecting tampering and video quality in cases of video loss, camera obscuring, camera moving, light saturation, low light and TCP/IP communication problems.
 
          P.Event Generation:
          1.The solution shall provide real-time generation of events to alert operators to irregularities.
          2.The solution shall support simultaneous tracking of an unlimited number of targets within the detection regions and/or the cross lines.
          3.The solution shall enable event on non-detection, i.e., for an alarm to be generated when a rule does not perform detection within a predefined period of time.
 
          Q.Analytics Rules For Business Intelligence:
          1.The solution shall offer analytics rules to provide business intelligence capabilities for persons and vehicles including but not limited to:
          a.Count the number of persons moving directionally, i.e., crossing a virtual line/s that is user-defined in the camera's field of view. The solution shall optimize precise counting of targets by distinguishing individual targets in a cluster. If a cluster of 4 people crosses a line (for example), a count of 4 will occur rather than 1.
          b.Count the number of vehicles moving directionally, i.e., crossing a virtual line/s that is user-defined in the camera's field of view.
          c.Calculate average person occupancy within an area.
          d.Calculate average person density (crowding) within an area.
          2.Calculate average speed of vehicles passing within an area.
          3.The solution shall include built in statistics reporting capabilities as follows:
          a.For counting people and vehicles, listing all counting events and the reported count at each time interval.
          b.For counting people and vehicles, a report that compares multiple counters during a period of time.
          c.For counting people and vehicles, a report that aggregates the results of multiple counters.
          d.Person occupancy, density (crowding) and vehicle speed - reports that present the average values per hour or per day.
          e.For counting people and vehicles, an extended Excel report can be generated that includes absolute and comparative views for each day, month and year.
          f.Extended Excel reports indicated in (e) shall be producible offline, on the basis of a schedule, without requiring constant operator involvement.
          g.For all event types, a report that contains the details of each event and a captured image of the event.
 
          R.Event Dispatcher:
          1.The solution shall enable the sending of real-time events to external applications such as designated video alarm monitoring software, email (SMTP) and SMS. The event notification includes the camera ID, event time and snapshot.
 
          S.Video Search and Analysis Capabilities:
          1.The requirements listed in this section apply to video search capabilities for recorded video of a surveillance system. The specifications below apply to a typical deployment of a surveillance system in which video is recorded by a Video Management System (VMS).
 
          T.Configuration And Setup:
          1.The solution shall not require the operator to apply any rule or behavior configuration in advance.
          2.The solution shall allow the operator to enable or disable generation of video indexing per sensor.
          3.The solution shall allow the operator to specify the maximum duration (in days) to store the video index per sensor. When the specified time limit is reached, the solution shall purge the oldest index data from the database.
          4.The solution shall allow the operator to delete all previously stored index data per sensor. For all the above three sensor operations, the solution shall provide the capability to configure multiple sensors via a single GUI operation.
          5.The solution shall offer a suite of search options in the range of motion and non-motion behaviors of persons, objects and vehicles (search targets):
          a.Person moving for a specified time, in the entire FOV or in a specified AOI (area of interest).
          b.Person crossing a line.
          c.People crowding for a specified time, in the entire FOV or in a specified AOI (based on a user-defined crowd size percentage threshold).
          d.Persons occupying for a specified time the entire FOV or a specified AOI (based on a user-defined occupancy threshold).
          e.Vehicles that moved for a specified time, in the entire FOV or in a specified AOI.
          f.Vehicle crossing a line.
          g.Vehicle that stopped for a specified time, in the entire FOV or in a specified AOI.
          h.Object that was added for a specified time, in the entire FOV or in a specified AOI.
          6.The solution shall allow filtering based on target characteristics:
          a.Vehicle size. The solution shall provide predefined presets for Small, Medium, Large and Any vehicle.
          b.Object size. The solution shall provide predefined presets for Small, Medium, Large and Any object.
          c.Target color. The solution shall provide a predefined palette of colors to choose from. It shall be possible to specify up to two colors to be matched. The solution shall enable searching for targets that match the specified color(s) or targets that don't match the specified color(s).
          7.The solution shall be capable of searching over various time range options:
          a.Over the past N minutes, hours or days (e.g., over the past 3 hours; past 7 days).
          b.From a start date and time to an end date and time.
          c.Over a recurring time interval across a date interval (e.g., between 8-9 a.m., every day between Jan 1-10).
          8.The solution shall enable adjusting the search parameters tolerance to yield fewer or more search results (while decreasing or increasing the probability for true and false matches).
          9.The solution shall provide the capability to Search for Similar Targets. If a target is found, another search can be performed in the recorded video (generated from the same camera or any group of cameras) to find targets that are the same as or similar to the found target.
 
          U.Viewing Search Results Capabilities:
          1.The solution shall provide a fundamental capability to display video playback for any search result around the time that the search target / behavior was found:
          a.The solution shall continuously display a bounding box over the target (target tracking).
          b.The solution shall display the video playback in an infinite loop.
          c.The solution shall present a progress bar, including a graphic indication showing the time at which the search criteria were met.
          d.The solution shall enable the user to Pause and Re-Play the video playback.
          e.The solution shall enable the user to use the progress bar to navigate to any time position along the playback segment.
          f.The solution shall be capable of zooming into the original video source so that users shall be able to optimally view tracked targets in video playback.
          g.The solution shall feature playback windows of at least two possible sizes and with an aspect ratio that correlates to the original video recording, such as 4:3 or 16:9.
          h.The solution shall feature video playback extracted from either the integrated VMS or from the video clip, depending on the deployment.
          2.The playback capability should be further incorporated with several viewing options as described below. The solution shall provide multiple options for viewing search results:
          a.Event Thumbnails: After searching cameras, the solution shall be capable of displaying thumbnail results, each of which shows a found person, vehicle or object behavior. It shall be possible to play back the video of each thumbnail. The solution shall be capable of zooming into the original video source so that users shall be able to optimally view tracked targets within the displayed thumbnail. The thumbnail will be extracted from either the integrated VMS or from the video clip, depending on the deployment.
          b.Statistics Report: The solution shall enable counting the search results and presenting the information as:
          1)Graphic statistics report by time intervals.
          2)Graphic statistics report by sensor (allowing comparison of search results across cameras).
          3)Graphic statistics report exported to PDF file.
          4)Raw counts exported to Microsoft Excel file.
          c.Target Path/Location: After searching, the solution shall be capable of displaying all motion paths in a scene over the field of view reference image. For non-motion behaviors (such as suspicious object and stopped vehicle), the solution shall present the bounding rectangle in the location that the target was found. It shall be possible to immediately play back the video of each target path or target location.
          d.Heat Map: After searching, the solution shall be capable of displaying results in a view that uses color coding to represent relative activity in different areas of the field of view, highlighting areas in which targets sojourned longest.
          e.Video Summary: After searching, the solution shall be capable of displaying multiple search results in a single condensed, segmented clip. It shall be possible to easily navigate from one video segment to another as well as to directly navigate to any position in the condensed clip.
          f.Site Map: The solution shall enable viewing search results on a graphic image representing a site map:
          1)The solution shall enable viewing Heat Map and Target Path on the site map.
          2)The solution shall be capable of presenting the results of searches on multiple cameras, on a single site map.
          3)The solution shall allow navigating to the video playback directly from the site map for a given cell (in Heat Map) or a given Path.
          4)The solution shall enable viewing a maximal size of the site map image showing the search results.
          5)The solution shall allow defining multiple site maps and associating them with a subset of cameras.
          6)Image files shall support the following formats: bmp, jpg, jpeg, gif and png.
          7)The solution shall provide a simple method to correlate between the camera coverage area and the site map graphic image.
 
          V.Process And Investigation Capabilities:
          1.The solution shall provide the following process and investigation capabilities:
          a.Save Search Query: Users shall be able to save a search query with a given name for later reuse.
          b.Save Search Results: Users shall be able to save search results with snapshots of the detections and the results' identifying information (camera ID, time). Multiple results from a single search or from multiple searches can be saved under a single or multiple names (as required by the user) and can be retrieved as a reference later.
          c.Export Clip: The solution shall enable users to export a search result to an .avi file, for a single result as well as for a complete video summary. The exported clip will include the target tracking display.
 
          W.Performance:
          1.The solution shall be capable of a query time average of 10-15 seconds per camera per 24 hours of recorded metadata, depending on how busy the scene has been during the search time interval and on the hardware configuration of the server.
 
          X.Client Access:
          1.The solution shall be capable of handling concurrent GUI clients that access the solution and perform video search and analysis.
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          2.6ELECTRONIC ACCESS CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
 
          A.Basis or Design: Electronic Access Control Management system as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
 
          B.System Description:
          1.Design Requirements: Shall provide products and systems that have been manufactured, fabricated and installed to the following criteria: Comply with IEEE 1100, NFPA 70, NFPA 72, NFPA 80, NFPA 101.
          2.System Capabilities:
          a.Fully distributed processing, field devices are not dependent on server operations once programmed.
          b.Control access to unlimited doors.
          c.Control elevator access up to 64 floors per Cab.
          d.Manage and control access for up to 100,000 credentials per controller.
          e.Unlimited remote sites.
          f.Configurable alert screen and email notifications.
          g.Photo ID badging integration via SQL database
          h.Readers, inputs and outputs expandable and/or modifiable.
          i.Single software program controlled.
          j.50 Programmable Holidays per Holiday Group.
          k.50 Holiday Groups configurable.
          l.Multi-site Management via Partitions.
          m.No client software needed, client accesses via HTML5 browser.
          n.Anti-passback capability.
          o.Full integration and customization of all system components.
          p.Online reconfiguration through system programming without hardware changes.
          3.Access Control Functions:
          a.Validation of Credential based on Time of day, Day of week, Holiday scheduling, mode of Door, and ad-hock schedule.
          b.Simultaneous controlled access with various reader technologies; Proximity, PIN number, Biometrics, Mag stripe, Barcode.
          c.Automatic or manual retrieval of cardholder photographs.
          d.First person in capability.
          e.Access validation based on positive verification of Credential, PIN, or Credential/PIN combination, or dual credential with one credential being a supervisor credential.
          f.Differentiates between valid credential presentation only, and valid credential presentation followed by entry (when using door position switch).
          4.Passwords:
          a.Assignable.
          b.Unlimited number of system Administrators.
          c.Permissions of system Administrators are definable per Administrator.
          d.Administrator actions/capabilities range from basic system monitoring to control of all system functions.
          e.Administrators can be linked and managed by LDAP systems.
          5.System Programming:
          a.User-friendly, intuitive, and responsive HTML5 web client interface.
          b.Single Page Application (SPA) architecture allows seamless browser transition between pages.
          6.Alert Messages:
          a.Ability to monitor for specific events and make them spawn additional windows or email the event to the administrator.
          b.Alert information displayed in text format on the notifications area, and highlighted based on severity of alert.
          c.Video feed switching capabilities associated with alert via IP communication. (fully configurable).
          d.Capability of E-Mailing alert events to administrators.
          7.System integration:
          a.VMS integration: Vicon Valerus, ViconNet Digital Video Management system, Digital Watchdog DW Spectrum, exacq exacqVision, and Milestone Xprotect.
          b.Microsoft Active Directory Integration via LDAP protocol.
          c.CardPresso Photo badging software integration.
          d.Alarm system integration via configurable dry contact output/input.
          e.ASSA ABLOY Aperio hub integration.
          f.Visitor Management:
          1)HID Easylobby SVM.
          g.Integration to other systems possible via HTTP API.
 
          C.System Minimum Requirements:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The computer specifications are the minimum standards for a basic system. When a system includes many clients, controllers, and/or users, additional server power is strongly recommended.
          1.Central Processing Unit Computer: Microsoft compatible Windows 7 or newer. 2 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor. Two or more cores. 4 GB RAM for 32-bit and 6 GB RAM for 64-bit. DVI or HDMI monitor. 5 GB hard drive space required (Additional space required for database). Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5 Full. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2008 Express or higher.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          D.Basis or Design: One Door Controller: VAX-1D-REX-1/VAX-1D-1 as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Supports 2 readers (IN and OUT configuration).
          2.Power input: IEEE 802.3af PoE standard provides up to 15.4 Watts.
          3.Processor: 32-bit microprocessor-based.
          4.Storage: 100,000 users, 50,000 events (onboard).
          5.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          6.Reader Communications: Wiegand Data1/Data0.
          7.Lock Power: Solid State 12 VDC at 500 mA / 24 VDC at 250 mA (with opt. converter).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Not to be used to power Magnetic locks or Electric strikes.
          8.Auxiliary Power: 12 VDC at 450 mA max. (Used to power motion devices, Piezo's, etc.).
          9.Reader power: 12 VDC at 450 mA max. per port.
          10.Relay Outputs: 2X solid state relay 60 V (TVS circuit limits 24 V), 1A, fully configurable, no mechanical ports.
          11.Relay Output Devices: Fully configurable to work with the following devices:
          a.Door strike.
          b.Magnetic lock (use external relay or dry contact module).
          c.Door opener.
          d.External buzzer.
          e.External alarm systems (arming/disarming).
          f.Gates.
          g.Auxiliary devices that will accept dry contact input.
          h.Man trap devices (door open or unlocked).
          12.Reader Formats: Magnetic stripe, Biometric, Bar code, and Wiegand up to 64 bit.
          13.Inputs: 4 Dry contact inputs, fully configurable including supervised or digital input setting.
          14.Input Functions Include:
          a.Request to exit.
          b.Door contact.
          c.Door opener to enter (require card).
          d.Door opener to exit.
          e.External motion sensor.
          f.Emergency alarm.
          g.External alarm status (check if alarm system is armed).
          h.Door prevent unlock (used with mantraps).
          i.Auxiliary Input:
          1)Pulse selected output.
          2)Activate selected output.
          3)Deactivate selected output.
          4)Toggle selected output.
          5)Activate alarm interfaced.
          6)Disengage emergency alarm.
          7)Override doors with crisis levels.
          15.Networking: 10/100Mbps supporting Static or DHCP modes with 2 Ethernet status LEDs; on-board HTTP interface for diagnostics and remote IP configuration. Secured by configurable password and can be disabled; 256 bit AES encryption between panel and server (optional).
          16.Security: Hardware secured by configurable password.
          17.Tamper Sensor: Photo tamper sensor (configurable) (no moving parts).
          18.LED Indicator: 2 PoE power indicator, 2 Reader active indicators, 3 output indicators, 1 communication status and Door status and heartbeat LED beneath unit.
          19.2 Line x 16 Ch LCD Display (contrast adjustable) with LED back light (brightness adjustable) used for on-board diagnostics and initial configuration such as IP address and communication modes.
          20.Diagnostics: on-board diagnostics shall include Reader test, output test, input test, ping with IP, ping with name, Debug mode, read only mode.
          21.Keyboard: Four user push buttons for data entry or output selection.
          22.Sound: On-board piezo buzzer (90 dB at 100 mm).
          23.Motion (optional): PIR motion sensor mounted on bottom of unit for authorizing exit without card read.
          24.Time: Keeps up to 1 month without power connection, No battery needed. Automatic DST switch.
          25.Operating Temperature: 32 to 122 degrees F (0 to 50 degrees C).
          26.Operating Humidity: 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
          27.Expandable modular design.
          28.PCB Dimensions: 2.91 x 7.72 in (74 x 196 mm).
          29.Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.2 x 3.4 x 2.3 in (286 x 875 x 59.3 mm).
          30.Enclosure Color: Black or White.
          31.Compliance: Panel is ETL Listed conforms to UL 294 Certified to CSA-C22.2 no.205.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          E.Basis of Design: Two Door Controller: VAX-2D-REX-1/VAX-2D-1 as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Supports 2 readers (1 for each door).
          2.Power input: IEEE 802.3af PoE standard provides up to 15.4 Watts.
          3.Processor: 32-bit microprocessor-based.
          4.Storage: 100,000 users, 50,000 events (onboard).
          5.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          6.Reader Communications: Wiegand Data1/Data0.
          7.Lock Power 1: Solid State wet relay 12 VDC at 500 mA / 24 VDC at 250 mA (with opt. Converter).
          8.Lock Power 2: Solid State Relay, - 60 V (TVS circuit limits 24 V), 500 mA, fully configurable, no mechanical ports requires external lock power for second strike.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Not to be used to power Magnetic locks or Electric strikes.
          9.Auxiliary Power: 12 VDC at 450 mA max. (Used to power motion devices, Piezos, etc.).
          10.Reader power: 12 VDC at 450 mA maximum shared across both reader port and Auxiliary 12VDC output.
          11.Relay Outputs: 1x solid state relay - 60 V (TVS circuit limits 24V), 1 A, fully configurable, no mechanical parts; dry contact.
          12.Reader Formats: Magnetic stripe, Biometric, Bar code, and Wiegand up to 64 bit.
          13.Inputs: 4 Dry contact inputs, fully configurable including supervised or digital input setting.
          14.Input Functions Include:
          a.Request to exit.
          b.Door contact.
          c.Door opener to enter (require card).
          d.Door opener to exit.
          e.External motion sensor.
          f.Emergency alarm.
          g.External alarm status (check if alarm system is armed).
          h.Door prevent unlock (used with mantraps).
          i.Auxiliary Input:
          1)Pulse selected output.
          2)Activate selected output.
          3)Deactivate selected output.
          4)Toggle selected output.
          5)Activate alarm interfaced.
          6)Disengage emergency alarm.
          7)Override doors with crisis levels.
          15.Networking: 10/100 Mbps supporting Static or DHCP modes with 2 Ethernet status LEDs; on board HTTP interface for diagnostics and remote IP configuration, secured by configurable password and can be disabled; 256 bit AES encryption between panel and server (optional).
          16.Security: Hardware secured by configurable password.
          17.Tamper Sensor: Photo tamper sensor (configurable) (no moving parts).
          18.LED Indicator: 2 PoE power indicator, 2 Reader active indicators, 3 output indicators, 1 communication status and Door status and heartbeat LED beneath unit.
          19.2 Line x 16 Ch LCD Display (contrast adjustable) with LED back light (brightness adjustable) used for on-board diagnostics and initial configuration such as IP address and communication modes.
          20.Diagnostics: on-board diagnostics shall include Reader test, output test, input test, ping with IP, ping with name, Debug mode, read only mode.
          21.Keyboard: Four user push buttons for data entry or output selection.
          22.Sound: On-board piezo buzzer (90dB at 100 mm).
          23.Motion (optional): PIR motion sensor mounted on bottom of unit for authorizing exit without card read.
          24.Time: Keeps up to 1 month without power connection, No battery needed. Automatic DST switch.
          25.Operating Temperature: 0 degrees Celsius to 50 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit).
          26.Operating Humidity: 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
          27.Expandable modular design.
          28.PCB Dimensions: 2.91 x 7.72 in (74 x 196 mm).
          29.Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.2 x 3.4 x 2.3 in (286 x 875 x 59.3 mm).
          30.Enclosure Color: Black or white.
          31.Compliance: Panel is ETL listed conforms to UL 294, certified to CSA-C22.2 no.205.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          F.Basis of Design: Multi-Door Kits: VAX-MDK-2, VAX-MDK-4, VAX-MDK-6, or VAX-MDK-8 two, four, six or eight-door kit. Two-eight door access control panel of modular design mounted in steel vented and lockable enclosure. Ideal for retrofits. DC powered, communicates over TCP/IP and battery backup. Built in lock power. Connects to VAX software via TCP/IP. The kits consist of a master controller that distributes power and communication between 1-4 two door expansion modules that communicate to the master.
          1.Model Options:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete model options not required.
          a.VAX-MDK-2:
          1)Two Door Kit mounted in steel vented and lockable enclosure.
          2)2 x lock power output 12 VDC 500 mA.
          3)4 x configurable Solid State Relay 24 VDC 1 A.
          4)2 x Wiegand reader inputs.
          5)6 x dry contact configurable inputs.
          b.VAX-MDK-4:
          1)Four Door Kit mounted in steel vented and lockable enclosure.
          2)4 x lock power output 12 VDC 500 mA.
          3)8 x configurable Solid State Relay 24 VDC 1 A.
          4)4 x Wiegand reader inputs.
          5)12 x dry contact configurable inputs.
          c.VAX-MDK-6:
          1)Six Door Kit mounted in steel vented and lockable enclosure.
          2)6 x lock power output 12 VDC 500 mA.
          3)12 x configurable Solid State Relay 24 VDC 1 A.
          4)2 x Wiegand reader inputs.
          5)18 x dry contact configurable inputs.
          d.VAX-MDK-8:
          1)Eight Door Kit mounted in steel vented and lockable enclosure.
          2)8 x lock power output 12 VDC 500 mA.
          3)16 x configurable Solid State Relay 24 VDC 1 A.
          4)8 x Wiegand reader inputs.
          5)24 x dry contact configurable inputs.
          2.Supports up to 8 Readers (1 for each door).
          3.Power input: 1 x 12-13.5 VDC power input. Current rating based on connected peripherals. 5 A maximum.
          4.Processor: 32-bit microprocessor-based.
          5.Operation mode:
          a.Requires server software for credential/schedule configuration.
          b.Will operate stand-alone once programmed.
          6.Storage:
          a.Up to 100,000 users/cardholders per controller.
          b.50,000 event storage onboard.
          7.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          8.Reader Communications:
          a.Up to 8 x Wiegand Data1/Data0, with optional LED and buzzer control.
          b.LED Indicator: Up to 8 x Reader active indicators.
          9.Lock Power:
          a.Up to 8 x Solid State Wet Relay 12 VDC at 500 mA.
          b.LED Indicator: Up to 8 X Lock Power LED.
          c.Advanced Power savings: Power can be reduced by 80 percent for continuous duty locksets.
          10.Relay Outputs:
          a.Up to 16 X Solid State Relay 60 V (TVS circuit limits 24 V), 1 A.
          b.Fully configurable, no mechanical parts.
          c.Dry Contact.
          d.LED Indicator: Up to 8 x output indicator.
          11.Relay Output Devices: Fully configurable to work with the following devices:
          a.Door strike.
          b.Magnetic Lock (use external relay or dry contact module).
          c.Door opener.
          d.External buzzer.
          e.External alarm systems (arming/disarming).
          f.Gates.
          g.Aux devices that will accept dry contact input.
          h.Man trap devices (door open or unlocked).
          12.Inputs Up to 24 x Dry contact inputs, fully configurable including supervised or digital input setting.
          13.Input Functions Include:
          a.Request to exit.
          b.Door contact.
          c.Door opener to enter (require card).
          d.Door opener to exit.
          e.External motion sensor.
          f.Emergency alarm.
          g.External alarm status (check if alarm system is armed).
          h.Door prevent unlock (used with mantraps).
          i.Aux input:
          1)Pulse selected output.
          2)Activate selected output.
          3)Deactivate selected output.
          4)Toggle selected output.
          5)Activate alarm interfaced.
          6)Disengage emergency alarm.
          7)Override doors with crisis levels.
          14.Auxiliary Power: 12 VDC at 350 mA without readers. (Used to power motion devices, Piezo's, etc.) Current shared with two reader ports. 1 port per two door module.
          15.Reader Power: 12 VDC at 350 mA max shared across both reader port and Auxiliary 12 VDC on each two door module.
          16.Reader Formats: Magnetic stripe, Biometric, Bar code, and Wiegand format up to 64 bit.
          17.Networking:
          a.10/100 Mbps supporting Static or DHCP modes, 2 Ethernet status indicators
          b.On board HTTP interface for diagnostics and remote IP configuration. Secured by configurable password and can be disabled.
          c.LED Indicator: 2 x PoE power indicator.
          d.256 bit AES encryption between Panel and Server (configurable).
          18.Security:
          a.Hardware secured by configurable password.
          b.Hardware secured by locked steel enclosure.
          19.Tamper Sensor: Photo tamper sensor (configurable) (no moving parts).
          20.Display: 2 Line x 16 Ch LCD Display (contrast adjustable) with LED back light (brightness adjustable) used for on-board diagnostics and initial configuration such as IP address and communication modes.
          21.Keyboard: Four user push buttons for data entry or output selection.
          22.Diagnostics: Several on board diagnostics available.
          23.Sound: On-board piezo buzzer (90 dB at 100 mm).
          24.Time: Keeps up to 1 month without power connection, No battery needed. Automatic DST switch.
          25.Firmware: Controller firmware is remotely upgradable from server software for added functionality, features and patches.
          26.Anti-Passback: Local anti-passback, independent of software.
          27.Operating Temperature: 0 degrees Celsius to 50 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit).
          28.Operating Humidity: 10 to 90 percent relative humidity, non-condensing.
          29.Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D): 11.625 x 17.25 x 3.625 in (295 x 438 x 92 mm).
          30.Enclosure Color: Gray.
          31.Compliance: Panel is ETL listed conforms to UL 294, certified to CSA-C22.2 no. 205.
          32.Two-door expander board shall be available, VAX-EXP-2D.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          G.Basis of Design: Elevator Master Panel: VAX-ELV-STR as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Supports 2 Readers (1 per cab).
          2.Power input: IEEE 802.3af PoE (Power over Ethernet) standard (15.4 W).
          3.Processor: Processor: 32-bit microprocessor.
          4.Storage: 50,000 users, 50,000 events (on board).
          5.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          6.Reader Communications: Wiegand Data1/Data0 with optional LED and buzzer control.
          7.Auxiliary Power: 12 VDC at 450 mA without readers; current shared with two reader ports. (Used to power Elevator Expander Boards).
          8.Reader power: 12 VDC at 450 mA maximum shared across both reader port and Auxiliary 12VDC output.
          9.Reader Formats: Magnetic stripe, Biometric, Bar code, and Wiegand up to 64 bit.
          10.Communications: On board RS485 via RS-485 module SE-X02 up to 8 Elevator Expander Board.
          11.Networking: 10/100Mbps supporting Static or DHCP modes with 2 Ethernet status LEDs; 256 bit AES encryption between panel and server (optional).
          12.Tamper Sensor: Photo tamper sensor (configurable) (no moving parts).
          13.LED Indicator: 2 PoE power indicator, 2 Reader active indicators, 1 communication status, heartbeat LED beneath unit.
          14.2 Line x 16 Ch LCD Display (contrast adjustable) with LED back light (brightness adjustable) used for on-board diagnostics and initial configuration such as IP address and communication modes.
          15.Keyboard: Four user push buttons for data entry or output selection.
          16.Sound: On-board piezo buzzer (90dB at 100 mm).
          17.Time: Keeps up to 1 month without power connection, No battery needed. Automatic DST switch.
          18.Firmware remotely upgradeable from server software.
          19.Elevators: Ability to support up to 4 Cabs per master panel. Ability to support up to 64 Floors per master panel (with 8 Expander Boards). Up to 2 readers. Ability to support Button Sensing or Non-Button Sensing.
          20.Elevator Relays: Up to 64 Solid State Relay 30VDC, 500mA, normally open. Dry contact. LED Indicator: output indicator.
          21.Elevator Time Zones: User: Ability to support 256 user time zones: 4 zones (9 boundaries) per day. Ability to support 50 user holiday time zone groups, each has 50 holidays, each user holiday time zone: 2 zones (5 boundaries) per day. Floor: Ability to support 64 (unlimited) floor time zones, 4 zones (9 boundaries) per day, Ability to support 8 floor holiday time zone groups, each has 50 holidays, each floor holiday time zone: 2 zones (5 boundaries) per day, Ability to support 64 one time run time zones (ad-hoc).
          22.Operating Temperature: 2 to 122 degrees F (0 to 50 degrees C).
          23.Expandable modular design.
          24.PCB Dimensions: 2.9 x 7.72 in (74 mm x 196 mm).
          25.Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D): 11.41 x 17.41 x 2.95 in (290 x 435 x 75 mm).
          26.Enclosure Color: Gray can.
          27.Compliance: Panel is ETL Listed conforms to UL 294 Certified to CSA-C22.2 no.205.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          H.Basis of Design: IO-Master Panel: Included with VAX-IO-STR-2 as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Power input: 12 VDC powered with external power supply.
          2.Processor: Processor: 32-bit microprocessor.
          3.Storage: 50,000 events (on board)
          4.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          5.Auxiliary Power: 12 VDC at 450mA. (Used to power expander board) Current shared with two reader ports.
          6.Communications: On board RS485 via RS-485 module for Expander Boards.
          7.Networking: 10/100Mbps supporting Static or DHCP modes with 2 Ethernet status LEDs; 256 bit AES encryption between panel and server (optional). LED Indicator: 2 x power indicator
          8.Security: Hardware secured by configurable password.
          9.Tamper Sensor: Photo tamper sensor (configurable) (no moving parts).
          10.Display: 2 Line x 16 Character LCD Display with LED back light used for on-board diagnostics and initial configuration such as IP address and communication modes. Contrast adjustable. Brightness adjustable.
          11.Keyboard: Four user push buttons for data entry or output selection.
          12.Sound: On-board piezo buzzer (90dB at 10cm).
          13.Diagnostics: Several on board diagnostics available including the following: Ping with IP: Ability to perform a basic network connectivity test by communicating with the server IP via ICMP protocol. Ping with Name: Ability to perform a basic network connectivity test by communicating to the server by resolving the name of the server via a Dynamic Name Service (DNS). Debug mode: Optional debug mode that allows extra logging of communications and panel decisions. Read Only mode: Displays controller configuration and miscellaneous information: Panel Name, Panel ID, IP Address, Panel MAC Address, Panel Subnet Mask, Panel Gateway, Panel DNS, Communication mode, Server IP Address/Name, Server Port, Firmware Version, Network Name, DHCP Bound address, Time (UTC and Local), Connection Status.
          14.On-board Communication Configuration:
          a.Ability to configure communication method to server (name or IP address).
          b.Ability to configure name or IP address that the server can be reached.
          c.Ability to configure network settings of controller, including: Static IP address or DHCP. Controller IP Address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server.
          d.Time: Keeps up to 1 month without power connection, No battery needed. Automatic DST switch.
          e.Firmware: Controller firmware is remotely upgradable from server software for added functionality, features and patches.
          f.IO-Boards:
          1)Ability to support up to 64 Inputs and Outputs per master panel (with 8 Expander Boards).
          g.Input/Output Time Zones:
          1)Input: Ability to support 16 Input time zones: 2 zones (5 boundaries) per day. Ability to support 16 holiday groups, each has 50 holidays, each Input holiday time zone: 2 zones (5 boundaries) per day.
          2)Output: Ability to support 64 Output time zones, 5 zones (11 boundaries) per day. Ability to support 8 holiday groups, each has 50 holidays, each Output holiday time zone: 2 zones (5 boundaries) per day.
          h.Input/Output Functions: Ability to place an Input on a schedule. Ability to assign an Input to a holiday group. Ability to place a detection time on an Input. Ability to assign an action to an Input. Input Actions: Do Nothing, Activate Selected Output, Deactivate Selected Output, Toggle Selected Output, Pulse Selected Output (high), Pulse Selected Output (low), Pulse Selected Output (opposite), Activate Multiple Outputs (up to 5), Deactivate Multiple Outputs (up to 5), Toggle Multiple Outputs (up to 5). Ability to place a delay on any Input Actions. Ability to place an action duration for pulses. Ability to configure an Input as Normally Closed. Ability to place an Output on a schedule. Ability to assign an Output to a holiday group. Ability to configure an Output as Normally Closed. Ability to configure an Output to not generate any events. Ability to protect an Output from Input Actions. Ability to configure an Output to be initially On.
          i.Operating Temperature: 32 to 122 degrees F (0 to 50 degrees C).
          j.Expandable modular design.
          k.PCB Dimensions (W x H): 7.72 x 2.91 in (196 x 74 mm).
          l.Enclosure Dimensions (W x H x D): 8.5 x 10.25 x 3.25 in (216 x 260 x 83.0 mm).
          m.Enclosure Color: Gray can.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          I.Basis of Design: Elevator/IO Expander Board: VAX-IO-EXP8-PCB.
          1.Processor: Processor: 32-bit microprocessor.
          2.Power Input: 12 VDC supplied by Elevator/IO Master Panel, no external power needed.
          3.Configuration: 8 DIP switches for inputting addressing and diagnostics.
          4.Communication: RS-485 (2-wire communication) Multidrop (Daisy Chain or Star) via SE-EX02 Module.
          5.Inputs: 8 x dry contact inputs. Fully configurable. LED Indicator: 1 x Input activity indicator.
          6.Outputs: 8 dry contact Solid State Relays. Fully configurable. Capable of switching up to 60V, 500mA limit. Other relay options available. LED Indicator: 8 x output status indicator. Field replaceable solid state relays.
          7.Tamper: Each IO panel has individual photo-tamper sensor. Fully configurable.
          8.Diagnostics: Input/Output test mode, activated through DIP switch configuration.
          9.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminal headers.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
          10.IO-Board Management to Allow:
          a.Inputs: Ability to apply a name to each Input. Ability to define a detection time until the input is considered active. Ability to place an Input on a schedule to only monitor during specific times. Ability to apply holiday schedules to an input for alternate schedules during holidays. Ability to assign an action to be performed when the input is activated. Actions: Do Nothing, Activate Selected Output, Deactivate Selected Output, Toggle Selected Output, Pulse Selected Output (high), Pulse Selected Output (low), Pulse Selected Output (opposite), Activate Multiple Outputs (up to 5), Deactivate Multiple Outputs (up to 5), Toggle Multiple Outputs (up to 5). Ability to place a delay on any Input Actions. Ability to place an action duration for pulses. Ability to configure an Input as Normally Closed.
          b.Outputs: Ability to apply a name to each Output. Ability to place an Output on a schedule. Ability to apply holiday schedules to an Output for alternate schedules during holidays. Ability to configure an Output as Normally Closed. Ability to configure an Output to not generate any events. Ability to protect an Output from Input Actions. Ability to configure an Output to be initially On.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          J.Basis of Design: Communication Converter: RS-485 module as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.LED Indicators: 1 Data Receive, 1 Data Send.
          2.Terminals: Quick disconnect terminals, connects to expander module on Master Panel or APERIO-8.
          3.Power Requirement: No external power needed.
          4.Communication: Capable of communicating to Elevator/Input/Output Expander Boards or ASSA ABLOY Aperio hub, or Input/Output Expander Board via RS-485 Bus.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          K.Basis of Design: Mullion Mount Proximity Access Reader as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 1.7 x 3.2 x 0.7 inch (43 x 81 x 18 mm)
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP67.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability; consistent read range characteristics; low power consumption; vandal-resistant.
          4.Color: Black; white snap-on cover.
          5.Features: Multicolor LED indicator-red, green, amber, and off.
          6.Mounting: Mullion, including metal door and window frames, and flat surfaces.
          7.Communication Format: Wiegand ABA Track II.
          8.Frequency: 125 Khz excitation.
          9.Read Range: 5 inches (126 mm).
          10.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 149 degrees F (minus 40 to 65 degrees C).
          11.Current Draw: 30 mA typical, 75 mA peak at 12 VDC.
          12.Compliance: CSA, UL, FCC, CE, C-Tick.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          L.Basis of Design: High Security Proximity Single Gangbox Access Reader as manufactured by Vicon Industries
          1.Dimensions: 3 x 4.6 x 0.4 inches (76x117x10 mm.
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP67.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability; consistent read range characteristics; low power consumption.
          4.Colors: Black; white snap-on cover included.
          5.LEDs: Four-state standard: Red, Green, Amber, and Off.
          6.Audio: Beeper included standard.
          7.Mounting: Single gangbox and flat surfaces; may be mounted directly to metal.
          8.Communication format: Wiegand ABA Track II.
          9.Frequency: 125 KHz excitation.
          10.Read Range: up to 8 inch (202 mm).
          11.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 degrees F to 149 degrees F (Minus 40 degrees C to 65 degrees C).
          12.Current Draw: 35mA typical; 75 mA peak at 12 VDC.
          13.Compliance: FCC, ICC, CE, C-Tick, CSA, UL, ETL listed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          M.Basis of Design: Keypad/Proximity Access Reader as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 4.6 x 3 x 0.75 in (117 x 76 x 19 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof (IP67 rated).
          3.Characteristics: Uses non-mechanical capacitive technology (no moving parts), High reliability; consistent read range characteristics; low power consumption; vandal-resistant.
          4.Colors: Black; white snap-on cover included.
          5.LEDs: Multicolor LED indicator-red, green, amber, and off.
          6.Mounting: Metal or plastic-single gangbox or flat surfaces.
          7.Communication format: High security 40 bit, AWID, HID.
          8.Keypad output: Wiegand.
          9.Frequency: 125 KHz excitation.
          10.Read Range: Up to 7 inches (176 mm).
          11.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 149 degrees F (minus 40 to 65 degrees C).
          12.Current Draw: 70 mA typical, 110 mA peak at 12VDC.
          13.Compliance: FCC, ICC, CE, C-Tick, and ETL listed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          N.Basis of Design: Long Range Single Gang Access Reader as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 8.6 x 6 x 1 in (216x152.4x25.4 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability; consistent read range characteristics; low power consumption; vandal-resistant.
          4.Colors: Black.
          5.Features: Multicolor LED indicator-red, green, amber, and off.
          6.Mounting: Wall-single gang box, or non-metallic flat surfaces.
          7.Communication format: High security 40 bit, AWID, HID.
          8.Frequency: 125 KHz excitation.
          9.Read Range: Up to 15 inches (381 mm) depending on credential.
          10.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 149 degrees F (minus 40 to 65 degrees C).
          11.Current Draw: 200 mA typical, 600 mA peak.
          12.Compliance: FCC, CE, C-Tick, ICC.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          O.Basis of Design: Long Range Access Control Receiver, two output, as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 3.3 x 3.3 x 1.9 inches (84 x 84 x 48.3 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP65 rated.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability; long read range encrypted rolling code + encryption transmission.
          4.Colors: Off-white.
          5.LEDs: External four-state standard (red, green, amber, and off), Power (blue), and Channel (green).
          6.Mounting: Any flat surfaces.
          7.Communication format: Wiegand, up to 2 channels.
          8.Frequency: 443 KHz excitation.
          9.Read Range: Up to 100 ft (up to 30.5 m).
          10.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 149 degrees F (minus 40 to 65 degrees C).
          11.Current Draw: 80 mA typical, at 12 VDC.
          12.Compliance: FCC, CE, C-Tick, ICC.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          P.Basis of Design: Long Range Access Control Receiver, four output, as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 3.4 x 6.3 x 2.3 inches (86.4 x 160 x 58.4 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP65 rated.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability; long read range encrypted rolling code + encryption transmission.
          4.Colors: Off-white.
          5.LEDs: External four-state standard (red, green, amber, and off), Power (blue), and Channel (green).
          6.Mounting: Any flat surfaces.
          7.Communication format: Wiegand, up to 4 channels.
          8.Frequency: 443 KHz excitation.
          9.Read Range: Up to 200 ft (up to 61 m), adjustable.
          10.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 149 degrees F (minus 40 to 65 degrees C).
          11.Current Draw: 120 mA typical, at 12 VDC.
          12.Compliance: FCC, CE, C-Tick, ICC.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          Q.Basis of Design: Clamshell Style Proximity Card as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Size: 3.4 x 2.2 x 0.06 in (86 x 55 x 1.5 mm).
          2.Printing Surface Imaging: Use Glossy Adhesive Overlay for color dye sublimation printing of images and text or print directly on card.
          3.Frequency: 125 kHz excitation.
          4.Communication format: Wiegand 26 bit and ABA Track II magnetic stripe.
          5.Operating Temperature: Minus 35 to 122 degrees F (minus 37 to 50 degrees C).
          6.Slot Punch: Standard Vertical.
          7.Compliance: FCC, CE, ETL.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          R.Basis of Design: Image Technology Proximity Card as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Size: 2.1 x 3.4 x 0.031 in (53 x 86 x 0.79 mm).
          2.Printing Surface Imaging: Appropriate for direct color dye sublimation printing of images and text.
          3.Frequency: 125 kHz excitation.
          4.Communication format: Wiegand 26 bit and ABA Track II magnetic stripe.
          5.Operating Temperature: Minus 35 to 122 degrees F (minus 37 to 50 degrees C).
          6.Slot Punch: Vertical and horizontal indicators.
          7.Compliance: FCC, CE, ETL.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          S.Basis of Design: Proximity Key Tag as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 1.5 x 1.2 x 0.15 inches (36 x 30 x 3.8 mm).
          2.Frequency: 125 kHz excitation.
          3.Operation: Passive (no battery.
          4.Read Range: Up to 3.5 inches (88 mm).
          5.Material: ABS.
          6.Color: Light gray.
          7.Operating Temperature: Minus 35 to 122 degrees F (minus 37 to 50 degrees C).
          8.Slot Punch: Reinforced Brass eyelet easily fits on key ring.
          9.Communication format: Wiegand 26 bit and ABA Track II magnetic stripe.
          10.Compliance: FCC, CE, ETL.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          T.Basis of Design: Combination Two Button Long Range Transmitter as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 1.45 x 2.5 x 0.56 inches (37 x 63.5 x 14.2 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP65.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability, long read range, rolling code plus encrypted algorithm for secure transmission.
          4.Communication format: Wiegand 26 bit.
          5.Color: Black enclosure, gray keys.
          6.LED: Red LED standard (activated upon button press).
          7.Read Range: Button press up to 200 ft (61 m) with Receiver. Proximity presentation up to 3.5 inches (88 mm).
          8.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 122 degrees F (minus 40 to 50 degrees C).
          9.Battery: CR2032, 3.3V lithium.
          10.Compliance: FCC, IC, CE, ETL.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          U.Basis of Design: Four Button Long Range Transmitter as manufactured by Vicon Industries.
          1.Dimensions: 1.45 x 2.5 x 0.56 inches (37 x 63.5 x 14.2 mm).
          2.Design: Weatherproof IP65.
          3.Characteristics: High reliability, long read range, rolling code plus encrypted algorithm for secure transmission.
          4.Communication format: Wiegand 26 bit.
          5.Colors: Black enclosure, gray keys.
          6.LED: Red LED standard (activated upon button press).
          7.Read Range: Button press up to 200 ft (61 m) with Receiver. Proximity presentation up to 3.5 inches (88 mm).
          8.Operating Temperature: Minus 40 to 122 degrees F (minus 40 to 50 degrees C).
          9.Battery: CR2032, 3.3V lithium.
          10.Compliance: FCC, IC, CE, ETL.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if not required.
 
          V.Software Features and Functions:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The access control software modules consist of many functions and they need to be specified here. These software modules are required to activate the system component functions. A software license is NOT required to activate these software features and functions. Typically retain all sub paragraphs.
          1.Server Software:
          a.Shall be installed on a standard PC running Microsoft Windows 7 or Higher or purchased via an embedded hardware server box.
          b.2GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor. Two or more cores.
          c.4GB RAM for 32-bit and 4GB RAM for 64-bit.
          d.DVI or HDMI monitor.
          e.1GB hard drive space required (additional space required for database).
          f.Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5 Full.
          g.Shall support Microsoft SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 Express, or later version.
          h.Shall be 100 percent web based and can be accessed via any web enabled device including Cell Phones, Tablets, Laptops, PCs with any operating system etc. without the need for any additional plug-in's (i.e. no active x controls, Flash, etc.).
          1)Google Chrome (desktop and mobile).
          2)Microsoft Internet Explorer.
          3)Mozilla Firefox.
          4)Apple Safari (desktop and mobile)
          5)Other browsers that support HTML5 may function but are untested.
          i.Web interface and controller communications shall be possible through WAN/LAN if network allows.
          j.Software design shall be of a Single Page Application (SPA) architecture allowing seamless navigation between screens.
          k.Shall have Responsive Web interface. Interface will automatically adjust to ensure an optimal experience based on device.
          l.Shall have ability to Partition software for multisite all hosted from one location allowing site administrators only access to their site readers and cards or multiple sites.
          m.Shall have functions that will be accessed via tool bar Icons, including Help prompts that will appear when the mouse pointer hovers over the selection button.
          n.Shall be possible to install the server software in a virtualized environment.
          o.Communication shall use SSL encryption with modern cryptography, utilizing TLS 1.2, and AES 256 GCM/DHE RSA as the key exchange mechanism.
          p.Software shall advise when a software update is available and who to contact in order to upgrade.
          q.Software shall utilize a smart installer, capable of the following functions:
          1)Analyze if installation prerequisites are met.
          2)If prerequisites are missing, installer will locate them on installation media or download from the internet.
          3)Automatically create SQL instance and database.
          4)Automatically assign database permissions and setup service users.
          5)Automatically add Windows Firewall exceptions for communication ports.
          6)Web server, controller communication and management interface can be configured on alternate ports.
          7)Installer is capable of upgrading the software.
          8)Ability to configure different communication ports when installing the software.
          9)Ability to configure web services to run as a different windows user.
          r.Software shall have the capability to be run via command line for advanced troubleshooting.
          s.Web interface shall utilize Gzip compression for reduced load times and bandwidth consumption.
          t.Web interface shall utilize cache control for static files such as images, static text and cardholder images.
          u.Software shall provide a unified interface for doors and elevators, including shared time schedules and access groups.
          2.Administrator Control Capabilities:
          a.Shall provide an Administrator interface secured by encrypted password control and SSL communication from web client to server.
          b.System shall support unlimited administrator accounts.
          c.Shall provide for an Administrator that can either be a System-Admin or a Non-sys-admin with customizable permissions.
          d.Ability to reset administrator passwords via email.
          e.Administrator actions and changes shall be logged and visible to other administrators via reporting tools.
          f.Shall support Administrator Management which determines privileges, functions, and Partitions that can be accessed. Functions that cannot be accessed will not be visible. The following items are available:
          1)Manage Access Privilege Groups.
          2)Manage Cameras And Integration.
          3)Manage Door Holiday Groups.
          4)Manage Door Holiday TimeZones.
          5)Manage Door TimeZones.
          6)Manage Doors.
          7)Manage Elevators.
          8)Manage Floor Holiday Groups.
          9)Manage Floor Holiday TimeZones.
          10)Manage Floor TimeZones.
          11)Manage Holidays.
          12)Manage OneTimeRun TimeZones.
          13)Manage Panels.
          14)Manage Sites.
          15)Manage User Holiday Groups.
          16)Manage User Holiday TimeZones.
          17)Manage User TimeZones.
          18)Manage Users.
          19)Reporting Alerts.
          20)Reporting DoorActivity.
          21)Reporting FloorActivity.
          22)Reporting UserActivity.
          23)Reporting UserList.
          24)Special Permissions Override Door.
          25)Override Floor.
          26)Override Output.
          27)Update Panel.
          28)View Cameras.
          29)View Status.
          g.System shall render functions that administrators do not have access to invisible and inaccessible.
          h.Ability for administrators to configure personal settings the following functions:
          1)Customize which notifications are visible when viewing event monitoring.
          2)Choose which events should be treated as alerts.
          3)Choose which events will prompt an email being sent to the administrator.
          4)Choose if alerts will activate a sound in the web browser.
          5)Choose which notifications will spawn in-line camera view of associated devices.
          i.Ability to integrate administrator authentication with LDAP systems.
          3.VAX Database Segregation and Multi-Tenant Hosting Management Capabilities:
          a.System shall support the ability to host multiple VAX systems on a single software installation.
          b.Each tenant shall have their own individual database.
          c.System shall allow the following configuration when Multi-tenant mode is enabled:
          1)Ability to add new tenant.
          2)Ability to configure the database connection string for each tenant.
          3)Ability to define one or more DNS subdomains for each tenant which shall be used to access the tenants VAX database.
          4)Ability to define which hardware controllers are associated to each tenant (MAC address).
          5)Ability to define individual backup settings and backup schedules for each tenant.
          d.System shall support the ability to import an SSL certificate (including WildCard Certificates) with either the of the following file extensions:
          1)*.CER.
          2)*.PFX.
          4.Site Management:
          a.Labeling:
          1)Ability to name any created sites.
          2)Ability to create a description for each site.
          3)Ability to assign a Site to a Partition.
          4)Ability to designate a timezone that the site will reside in, used to automatically convert devices timezone to local time zone.
          b.Areas:
          1)Ability to configure up to 254 areas in each site.
          2)Ability to apply a name to each area
          3)Ability to assign to a reader what area the reader grants access to.
          4)Ability to run muster report based on site and areas.
          c.Anti-passback Configuration to allow:
          1)Local Timed anti-passback: Ability to control re-entry into an area, at a specific door, based on a definable time value.
          2)Reset: Allow the ability to reset the anti-passback on a per panel basis.
          3)Ability to configure soft or hard anti-passback.
          4)Ability to configure anti-passback to ignore cardholders with the Supervisor flag.
          5)Ability to configure anti-passback to ignore or take into consideration the opening of a door as a cardholder entering/exiting an area.
          5.VAX Historical Reports:
          a.Ability to execute various historical reports in the system and define which administrators can run which reports.
          b.Ability to define a Start Time and Stop time for each report using intuitive slider bars or manually input time.
          c.Ability to select a time zone (EST, UTC, etc) that the results of the report will be displayed in.
          d.Ability to export any report into CSV or HTML format file for later viewing.
          e.Ability to email reports automatically using script engine (ACE).
          f.Historical information related to an elevator or door shall have a camera icon associated with the event that when clicked will bring up historical video for any cameras associated with that door/elevator at the specific time of the event if there are cameras associated with the device the event is related to.
          g.Ability to execute the following historical reports:
          1)Administrator Log Report:
          a)Ability to select one, some or all administrators to run the report against.
          b)View administrator activity for the selected administrators, including changes to users, system settings, panel updates, the time of the change along with the previous value of the field in some cases.
          c)Logged administrator changes shall include the new value of the change, and the old value of the change.
          2)User Activity Report:
          a)Ability to select one, some or all users/cardholders to run the report against.
          b)View user activity for the selected users based on date criteria. Results will include all doors/floors the user has been granted/denied access to, along with which credential that was used.
          3)Door Activity Report:
          a)Ability to select one, some or all doors to run the report against.
          b)View door/reader activity for the selected doors based on date criteria, including the time of the event, the device that spawned the event, a user/credential if the event involved a user and the message associated with the event.
          4)Floor Activity Report:
          a)Ability to select one, some or all elevator floors to run the report against.
          b)View Floor activity for the selected floors based on date criteria, including the time of the event, the device that spawned the event, the Cab the floor is attached to, a user/credential if the event involved a user and the message associated with the event.
          5)Input Activity Report:
          a)Ability to select one or more Inputs attached to any IO-Panels or Door Panels in the system that was defined as an "Aux Input".
          b)View Input activity for the selected Inputs based on date criteria, including the time of the event, the device that spawned the event, the controller the Input is attached to and the message associated with the event.
          6)Output Activity Report:
          a)Ability to select one or more Outputs attached to any IO-Panels or Door Panels in the system that was defined as an "Aux Output".
          b)View Output activity for the selected Outputs based on date criteria, including the time of the event, the device that spawned the event, the controller the Output is attached to and the message associated with the event.
          7)Muster Report:
          a)Ability to select a site and areas to run the report against.
          b)View cardholders that are in the selected areas based on the date criteria.
          8)Notifications Report:
          a)Ability to view all historical notifications/events based on date criteria.
          9)User List Report:
          a)Ability to generate a list of all cardholders in the system along with their user properties, credentials and which access groups they are a member of.
          10)Alert Monitoring Report:
          a)Ability to have a separate screen dedicated to monitoring live notifications.
          b)Ability to use global or temporary notification filtering options.
          c)Ability to track which notifications the administrator has seen or missed.
          d)Ability to auto select notifications as they come in
          e)Ability to click on a notification and see more information about that specific notification. If a cardholder is attached to the event and has a picture; Picture will displayed as large as possible on the same screen.
          11)Time Tracking Report:
          a)Ability to select one or more Entry Readers to run the report against.
          b)Ability to select one or more Exit Readers to run the report against.
          c)Ability to export an HTML or CSV output.
          d)Report shall display the following:
          1)List of cardholders who have gone through any of the selected Entry or Exit readers.
          2)Entry and exit time each day (can have multiple entries and exits each day).
          3)Time between entry and exit.
          4)Display time of 0 if there was an exit without an entry or an entry without an exit on the same day.
          5)Total time between entry and exit between all days defined in the report parameters .
          6)Total time between entry and exit for all cardholders added together between all days defined in the report.
          h.Ability to execute the following configuration reports:
          1)Access Privilege Group Configuration.
          2)Door Configuration.
          3)Elevator/Floor Configuration.
          4)Input Configuration.
          5)Output Configuration.
          6)Panel Network Configuration.
          7)Timezone Configuration.
          6.VAX Notification and Alert Management:
          a.Software web interface shall provide an in-line notification area that statically follows the screen as the administrator navigates the software.
          b.Notification area shall provide near real-time events as they are happening.
          c.Ability to click on specific notifications and be linked to a page in the web interface specific to the event such as:
          1)Clicking an "unknown connection from panel with MAC address 4A5342343" will bring the administrator to the "Add panel" screen with the Mac address filled.
          2)Clicking an "Unknown user denied access with credential 33-45545" will bring the administrator to the "Add User" screen with the credential pre-populated.
          3)Clicking an "Access Denied" or "Access Granted" notification will bring the administrator to the "Edit User" page of the specific user.
          d.Ability to configure which notifications show up in red (alerts).
          e.Ability to configure if alerts will produce a warning sound in the web browser.
          f.Ability to configure which notifications/alerts will be emailed to the administrator.
          g.Ability to pause real time events.
          h.Ability to clear real time events that are currently on the screen.
          i.Ability to configure which notifications spawn in-line camera view with associated cameras.
          j.Ability to configure which notifications will send an email with information about the event to the administrator.
          7.VAX Custom Script Engine (ACE):
          a.System shall support customizable script engine that can be described as:
          1)Action Control Engine.
          2)Server Side Script Engine.
          3)Global Linking.
          4)Rules Engine.
          5)Action scheduler .
          b.Script engine shall consist of a script (Action Plan) and a definable trigger (Action Trigger) to execute the script.
          c.Script (Action Plan) shall consist of one or more Actions chained together to accomplish a task.
          d.Action Plans shall be executed via web browser button, HTTP API command or from a definable Action Trigger.
          e.Action Plans shall have the following capabilities:
          1)Action Plan shall be assigned a unique name.
          2)Action Plan shall utilize easy to use drag and drop interface for creating a graphical easy to read script.
          3)Action Plan shall support unlimited combinations of Actions.
          4)Support over 40 different actions which can be chained together.
          5)Actions shall support conditional chain to allow a different set of Actions to occur if the previous Action in the chain succeeds or fails.
          6)Action Plans shall support customizable variables that can be pre-set or utilize variables from the trigger such as User Id, Door Id, Card number.
          7)Action Plans shall be capable of supporting arithmetic operations and comparisons between variables.
          8)Support communication with other systems with the following Actions:
          a)HTTP Request Action.
          b)SMS Send Action.
          c)Email Send Action.
          d)Notify Administrator.
          f.Action Triggers shall have the following capabilities:
          1)Define which Partition the trigger is scoped to.
          2)Define if the trigger conditions are restricted to a specific sit.
          3)Define the type of trigger condition and trigger state.
          4)Define if the trigger condition can be met by a specific object or any object within the trigger type and state.
          5)Define time restrictions to limit what day of week and time of day the trigger conditions can be met.
          6)Define a time drift to allow trigger conditions to be met if the source of the trigger comes later than real time.
          7)Define which Action Plan will execute when the trigger conditions are met.
          8)Define how much logging the Action Plan will perform.
          8.VAX Interactive Map Management:
          a.System shall support the ability to display and customize an interactive map.
          b.System shall allow configuration of unlimited maps.
          c.Floor plans shall be imported as .JPG, .BMP, .PNG or .GIF file which are commonly exported from CAD programs.
          d.Configuration of a map shall include the following functionality:
          1)Ability to name each map.
          2)Ability to select a picture to import as the map.
          3)Ability to associate a map to a Partition and a Site.
          4)Ability to configure relationships between maps for navigational purposes (North, South, East, West, Up, Down).
          5)System shall utilize click and drag mechanics to easily place objects onto the map.
          6)Ability to place any of the following objects onto a map:
          a)Doors.
          b)Elevator Floors.
          c)Inputs.
          d)Outputs.
          e)Areas.
          f)Cameras
          7)Ability to draw an area on the map for the purpose of monitoring occupancy levels of an area.
          e.Monitoring a map shall include the following functionality:
          1)Icons shall dynamically change based the following circumstances:
          a)Door objects will change color based on schedule type (Card mode, PIN, Unlocked, etc.).
          b)Door objects icon will change between a closed and open icon based on door contact state.
          c)Input and Output icons shall change color based on schedule type
          d)Input icons shall change based on input state (open or closed).
          e)Elevator Floor icons shall change color based on schedule type.
          2)Ability to navigate between maps via named tabs on the top of the screen.
          3)Ability to navigate between maps that are related to each other (North, South, East, West, Up, Down).
          4)Contextual sidebar area will display information about the currently selected object:
          a)Live camera view shall appear in the contextual sidebar if a selected object is a camera or has an associated camera.
          b)Door schedule and status information shall appear in the contextual sidebar when a door is selected.
          c)Names of cardholders estimated to be in an area shall appear in the contextual sidebar when an area is selected.
          d)Ability to override schedules and outputs on selected object from contextual sidebar.
          9.VAX Triple Swipe Actions:
          a.Ability to configure a reader and credential to activate one or more functions via swiping or presenting a credential 3 times in a row within a set span of time
          b.Ability to configure a single triple swipe action per reader if using regular proximity type reader.
          c.Ability to configure which users/cardholders can execute triple swipe actions, including which users can disarm the alarm system.
          d.Ability to configure up to 5 triple swipe actions at one reader if the reader has keypad input.
          e.Ability to use any of 3 predefined triple swipe actions when using keypad input for a total of 8 actions.
          1)Override the door into card mode.
          2)Resume an overridden door.
          3)Resume any overridden outputs.
          f.Ability to change the mode of a door via triple swipe action:
          1)Override Lockdown Mode
          2)Override Card mode
          3)Override PIN mode
          4)Override Card or PIN mode
          5)Override Card and PIN mode
          6)Override Unlock mode
          7)Override First Card In mode
          8)Override Toggle Lockdown Mode
          9)Override Toggle Card mode
          10)Override Toggle PIN mode
          11)Override Toggle Card or PIN mode
          12)Override Toggle Card and PIN mode
          13)Override Toggle Unlock mode
          14)Override Toggle First Card In mode
          15)Override Lockdown with Auto-resume
          16)Override Card mode with Auto-resume
          17)Override PIN mode with Auto-resume
          18)Override Card or PIN mode with Auto-resume
          19)Override Card and PIN mode with Auto-resume
          20)Override Unlock mode with Auto-resume
          21)Override First Card In mode with Auto-resume
          22)Cancel Override
          g.Ability to toggle, activate, deactivate or pulse a relay via triple swipe action.
          h.Ability to toggle, activate, deactivate or pulse an output connected to an external alarm system to arm or disarm an alarm.
          10.VAX Crisis Levels (Emergency Lockdown):
          a.Ability to configure up to 16 Crisis levels (Code Red, Code yellow, Code Green, etc.) that can be used to quickly make global changes to the entire system in an emergency.
          b.Ability to configure the name and door mode of each crisis level.
          c.Ability to apply a crisis level to all doors in a particular site or a single door via web browser interface.
          d.Ability to apply a crisis level to a panel via an Aux input function.
          e.Ability to apply a security level to each user/cardholder. If a user/cardholder security level is equal or higher than the crisis level, the user/cardholder will be granted access based on the door mode and access privilege rules.
          11.VAX Video Camera integration:
          a.Ability to integrate with 1 or more of the following Video Management Software (VMS) systems:
          1)ViconNet Digital Video Management system.
          2)Vicon Valerus.
          3)Digital Watchdog DW Spectrum.
          4)ExactQ ExactVision.
          5)Milestones Xprotect.
          b.Support to integrate with multiple instances of VMS systems across different communication mediums such as LAN/WAN.
          c.Ability to synchronize individual cameras or groups of cameras from the VMS software.
          d.Shall support real-time video monitoring displays:
          1)Up to 2 separate video streams simultaneously.
          2)View up to 16 cameras in each stream (if VMS supports matrix larger than 1 x 1).
          3)View in-line camera view, browser view or full window view.
          e.Associate cameras with a door, elevator or both.
          f.Associate a PTZ camera with a door based on a pre-set position.
          g.Ability to configure specific events to spawn an inline camera view directly above the notifications/events area of the web interface.
          h.Linking of video and events based on pre-set events provided by the access control software.
          i.Historical events can spawn a video matrix to cameras based on the time of the event and associated cameras.
          j.Administrator permissions specific to who can manage and make changes to the camera system.
          12.VAX Visitor Management Integration:
          a.Ability to allow integration into VAX through the API from HID EasyLobby.
          1)EasyLobby 10.2.0 and requires integration module from HID (EL-ACI-VICON).
          b.Visitor checked in are automatically enrolled into VAX with:
          1)First name, last name, expire date, start date, photo, credential, unique identifier, privileges.
          c.Visitor checkouts automatically revoke permissions or delete the record in VAX (configurable).
          d.Automatically assign permissions across multiple partitions using assigned Access Group suffix.
          13.Administrator Control Capabilities:
          a.Shall provide an Administrator interface secured by encrypted password control and SSL communication from web client to server.
          b.Shall provide for an Administrator that can either be a System-Admin or a Non-sys-admin with customizable permissions.
          c.Shall support Administrator Management which determines privileges, functions, and Partitions that can be accessed. Functions that cannot be accessed will not be visible. The following items are available: Manage Access Privilege Groups. Manage Cameras And Integration, Manage Door Holiday Groups, Manage Door Holiday TimeZones, Manage Door TimeZones, Manage Doors, Manage Elevators, Manage Floor Holiday Groups, Manage Floor Holiday TimeZones, Manage Floor TimeZones, Manage Holidays, Manage OneTimeRun TimeZones, Manage Panels, Manage Sites, Manage User Holiday Groups, Manage User Holiday TimeZones, Manage User TimeZones, Manage Users, Reporting Alerts, Reporting DoorActivity, Reporting FloorActivity, Reporting UserActivity, Reporting UserList, Special Permissions Override Door, Override Floor, Override Output, Update Panel, View Cameras, View Status.
          14.System Partitioning:
          a.System shall support unlimited partitions (with appropriate licensing), which logically separate the system into pieces.
          b.Administrators can be given permissions to manage specific aspects of a partition or multiple partitions.
          c.Administrators shall only see partitions or parts of partitions they are explicitly given permission to manage.
          d.Ability to assign user/cardholders to more than 1 partition, as long as the Administrator assigning access groups has permissions to manage cardholders within the desired partitions.
          e.Administrators with limited permissions will not see the menus/icons for parts of the software they do not have permission to use.
          f.Door and Elevator Panels shall be assigned to a single partition.
          g.Holidays, schedules and Access groups shall not be shared between partitions.
          h.Administrator shall not see events on devices they do not have permission to view/manage.
          i.Custom Fields and Crisis Levels settings shall be shared between partitions.
          15.Credential/Cardholder Management:
          a.Shall provide User/Cardholder management screen with unlimited number of users/cardholders (100,000 per controller).
          b.Shall provide Simple cardholder enrollment, with all available cardholder options available on one screen.
          c.Shall support assignment of Unlimited credentials to a single cardholder, including Cards, Pins, biometrics, etc.
          d.Shall support assignment of additional user/cardholder attributes. Assign a Start/Stop date to a cardholder. Assign a security level for Crisis Level feature. Assign the cardholder as a Master user. Assign the cardholder as a Supervisor user. Assign the cardholder the permission to activate First Person In schedules. Assign the cardholder the ability to perform Triple Swipe Actions. Assign the cardholder the ability to disarm an external alarm system. Assign the cardholder the ability to open auto-openers without the use of a button.
          e.Shall provide ability to view a list of all cardholders.
          f.Shall provide capability of finding a specific card holder based on specified search criteria such as name or credentials.
          g.Shall provide the ability to assign a photographic image for each cardholder, image can be uploaded from local device or taken in the web browser with an image device. (Chrome only).
          h.Shall provide ability to assign to Unlimited Access Privilege Groups.
          i.Shall provide ability to assign cardholder to Access Privilege Groups across different Partitions.
          j.Shall provide ability to assign cardholder directly to a partition for later access assignment.
          k.Shall provide ability to assign unlimited custom fields to a cardholder.
          l.Shall provide ability to import large amounts of users/cardholders via CSV file.
          m.Shall provide ability to assign cardholder to Access Privilege Groups across different Partitions.
          n.Shall provide ability to assign cardholder directly to a Partition for later access assignment.
          o.Shall provide ability to assign Unlimited custom fields to a cardholder.
          p.Shall provide ability to import large amounts of users/cardholders via CSV file.
          q.System shall optionally disallow creation of PIN numbers that are too similar to other PIN numbers automatically.
          16.Access Privilege Groups:
          a.Shall support ability to create unlimited administrator definable/customizable Access Privilege Groups.
          b.Shall support ability to apply any combination of door/time zone.
          c.Shall support restriction/allowance of Cardholders movement through identified doors, at specific times, including holiday schedule.
          d.Cardholders can be assigned to multiple access groups for enhanced customization.
          e.Software shall have built in validation to prevent conflicts of users being given different permissions for the same doors/floors.
          f.Ability to search for readers, floors and users when creating or modifying Access Privilege Groups.
          17.Time Zone Management:
          a.The system shall have separate sections for time zones for user access (User Time Zones), door access (Door Times Zones), as well as floor access (Floor Time Zones).
          b.The system time zones shall be drag and drop graphics allowing for easy viewing, as well as eliminating the chance of programming error.
          c.The system time zones shall be color coded to the mode of the span for easy viewing and eliminating the chance of programming error.
          d.Shall have ability to provide a specific schedule name and description.
          e.Ability to re-use time schedules across multiple devices.
          f.Ability to replicate a schedule across multiple days via click and drag to weekdays, weekends, week.
          g.Software shall create per-configured time schedules used in typical deployments
          h.Door Time Zones (door schedule):
          1)Shall support an Unlimited amount of Door Time Zones.
          2)Shall support 20 unlock/lock times per day.
          3)Shall support 8 different Time Zone modes in any combination:
          a)Ability to have Lockdown (no cards other than cards flagged as master will be granted access)
          b)Ability to have Card Only (valid cards required to grant access).
          c)Ability to have PIN Only (valid PINs required to grant access).
          d)Ability to have Card or PIN (valid card or PIN required for access).
          e)Ability to have Card and PIN (valid card and PIN required for access).
          f)Ability to have Unlock (door is in public mode).
          g)Ability to have "First Credential in" by card (door will not follow its public schedule until a card flagged with first card in feature is presented at the door during the public schedule).
          h)Ability to have Dual Credentials (2 valid cards one flagged as supervisor required to grant access).
          i.User Time Zone (user access schedule):
          1)Shall support up to 256 User Time Zone schedules the system will support.
          2)Shall support 8 Allowed/Not Allowed time spans per day.
          3)Shall support 2 different Time Zone modes in any combination:
          a)Ability to have Allowed (user will be allowed through the door as long as the Door Time Zone is in a mode that accepts the type of credential being presented).
          b)Ability to have Not Allowed (user will be denied access to the door).
          j.Floor Time Zones (elevator floor schedule):
          1)Ability shall support Unlimited Floor Time zone schedules the system will support.
          2)Ability shall have 8 time spans per day.
          3)Shall support 3 different Time Zone modes in any combination:
          a)Ability to have Card Only (valid cards required to grant access).
          b)Ability to have Unlock (floor is in public mode).
          c)Ability to have Lockdown (no cards other than cards flagged as master will be granted access).
          k.Input Time Zones (Input schedule):
          1)Ability to support unlimited Input Time zone schedules the system will support.
          2)Ability to have up to 5 time spans per day.
          3)Support 2 different Time Zone modes in any combination:
          a)Ability to have Monitor (Input will be monitored during this span).
          b)Ability to have Not Monitored (Input changes will be ignored).
          l.Output Time Zones (Output schedule):
          1)Ability to support unlimited Output Time zone schedules the system will support.
          2)Ability to have up to 11 time spans per day.
          3)Support 2 different Time Zone modes in any combination:
          a)Ability to have On (Output relay will close during this span).
          b)Ability to have OFF (Output relay will open during this span).
          m.One Time Run Time Zones (elevator and doors):
          1)Ability to create one time event schedules that can change the state and mode of a door or elevator floor for a period of time, can also span multiple days.
          18.Holiday Management to Allow:
          a.Ability to apply a specific schedule for groups of doors to follow when it is a holiday.
          b.Ability to apply a specific user schedule for groups of users to follow during a holiday.
          c.Ability to create a holiday with the following options: Date of the holidays. If the holiday is reoccurring annually. Name and description of the holiday. Which groups of doors will be affected by the holiday and what holiday time zone they will follow. Which groups of Access Privilege Groups will be affected by the holiday and what holiday time zone they will follow. Which groups of elevator floors will be affected by the holiday and what holiday time zone they will follow. Which groups of inputs and outputs will be affected by the holiday and what holiday time zone they will follow.
          19.Door Management shall provide the following:
          a.Ability to apply a specific name and description to each door and reader.
          b.Ability to apply a time zone to control when a specific door is to unlock/lock, accept cards, pins, etc.
          c.Ability to apply a Holiday group to control how a specific door will behave on a Holiday.
          d.Configure Door Held Open:
          1)Ability to disable Door Held Open alert.
          2)Ability to disable Held Open buzzer.
          3)Ability to configure how long a door can be held open before an alert is raised.
          4)Ability to configure if the held open alert/buzzer will stop once the door is closed.
          e.Configure Forced Open:
          1)Ability to disable Door Forced Open alert.
          2)Ability to disable Forced Open buzzer.
          3)Ability to configure if the Forced Open alert/buzzer will stop once the door is closed.
          f.Ability to configure an unlock delay.
          g.Ability to configure how long the door will be unlocked after a valid credential presentation.
          h.Ability to configure the controller to play a sound when the door opens.
          i.Automatic Door Operator Integration:
          1)Ability to enable/disable the use of an auto-opening device on a door.
          2)Ability to configure an unlock delay when using auto-opening device.
          3)Ability to configure the insecure side of the door to require a card read before auto-opener button will function.
          4)Ability to configure auto-opener to open with REX.
          5)Ability to configure auto-opener to open with motion.
          j.Reader Configuration:
          1)Ability to apply a name and description to a reader.
          2)Ability to enable/disable keypad use on a reader.
          3)Ability to configure how many seconds between PIN presses will pass before the credential becomes invalid.
          4)Ability to configure back to back reader interference interval.
          5)Ability to configure what area a reader is granting access to for use of tracking where users are in a building (used for muster and anti-passback).
          6)Ability to configure Triple Swipe actions.
          k.Local Anti-passback Configuration
          1)Ability to enable local anti-passback.
          2)Ability to monitor door contact for passage through a door.
          3)Ability to configure soft or hard anti-passback.
          4)Ability to configure a timeout period for anti-passback.
          5)Ability to exclude supervisor users from anti-passback limitations.
          l.Camera Association Configuration:
          1)Ability to create an association between a door and a camera(s).
          2)Ability to view associated cameras from the doors page.
          3)Ability to associate a predefined position to a camera if using PTZ camera.
          m.Door Schedule Override:
          1)Ability to deviate the state of the door from the normal schedule.
          2)Ability to override a door until explicitly resuming the normal schedule.
          3)Ability to override the state of a door and instruct the controller to resume the normal schedule once the door is scheduled to change state. The door will resume normal schedule after that.
          4)Ability to override a door for a specified period of time (5 minutes or more).
          5)Ability to resume a door to its normal schedule regardless of override method.
          6)Ability to override a door through the following method:
          a)Override door from the software web interface.
          b)Override door via triple swipe action at reader.
          c)Override door via auxiliary input action.
          d)Override door via Crisis Levels feature.
          7)Ability to pulse a door to unlock from any page in the software web interface.
          20.Elevator management shall provide the following:
          a.Ability to manage up to 64 floors per elevator cab per Elevator Master Panel.
          b.Ability to apply a specific name and description to each cab, reader and floor.
          c.Ability to manage up to 4 cab per Elevator Master Panel.
          d.Ability to configure if an individual cab is using button sensing elevator technology.
          e.Ability to apply a time zone to control when a specific Floor is to unlock/lock, accept cards.
          f.Ability to apply a Holiday group to control how a specific floor will behave on a Holiday.
          g.Ability to generate floor to output map for wiring and diagnostic purposes.
          h.Ability to assign readers to 2 cabs.
          i.Ability to configure up to 4 cabs on schedules without readers.
          j.Floor Override:
          1)Ability to deviate the state of a floor from the normal schedule.
          2)Ability to override a floor until explicitly resuming the normal schedule.
          3)Ability to override the state of a floor and instruct the controller to resume the normal schedule once the floor is scheduled to change state. The floor will resume normal schedule after that.
          4)Ability to resume a floor to its normal schedule regardless of override method.
          5)Ability to override a door through the following methods:
          a)Override floor from the software web interface.
          b)Override floor using the API
          k.Override floor using the Action Control Engine (ACE).
          21.Panel management shall provide the following:
          a.Ability to apply a specific name and description to each door/elevator panel.
          b.Ability to assign a panel to a specific partition.
          c.Ability to configure a password code for accessing the panel LCD interface and panel web interface.
          d.Ability to disable/enable the web interface of the panel for remotely configuring IP settings.
          e.Ability to configure the panel connection mode as static IP or DHCP.
          f.Ability to configure the LCD screen on the panel, brightness and on time.
          g.Ability to configure how long a forced open buzzer lasts.
          h.Ability to configure the panel tamper sensor sensitivity and disable/enable.
          i.Ability to configure how the integrated motion behaves, along with sensitivity options.
          j.Panel Inputs and outputs are 100 percent configurable, all inputs/outputs can be configured as normally open or normally closed, supervised, events enabled/disabled.
          k.Ability to configure Inputs as any of the following functions: Request to Exit, Door Contact, Door Opener to exit, Motion Sensor, Emergency alarm, External Alarm Status, Door Opener to Enter, Man Trap Input. Aux Input action: Toggle/Activate/Pulse selected output. Toggle/Activate/Pulse alarm interface. Override doors with Crisis Level. Play Sound.
          l.Ability to configure Outputs/Relays as any of the following functions: Door Strike, Door Opener, External Buzzer, Alarm Interface, Aux Output, Secondary Door Strike, Door Unlocked or Open.
          m.Ability to place panel into debug mode for diagnostics, troubleshooting and additional logging.
          n.Ability to view in real time the following information:
          1)Real time door contact status (open or closed).
          2)Real time if the door is in an overridden state.
          3)Real time mode of the door (card mode, unlocked).
          o.Ability to unload an update to an individual panel.
          p.Ability to request a panel show its currently known time.
          q.Ability to reset anti-passback locations of users on a specific panel.
          r.Ability to request a panel to disconnect from the server for a period of time.
          s.Ability to manually place a panel into firmware update mode.
          t.Output Override:
          1)Ability to deviate the state of an output from the normal state (open or closed).
          2)Ability to override an output until explicitly resuming to its normal state.
          3)Ability to resume an output to its normal state regardless of override method.
          4)Ability to override an output through the following methods:
          a)Override output from the software web interface.
          b)Override output via triple swipe action.
          c)Override output via aux input function.
          d)Override output from API or script engine (ACE).
          22.Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Integration via LDAP protocol:
          a.Ability to obtain read only directory information from LDAP provider.
          b.Ability to synchronize AD Users based on selected AD Security Groups.
          c.Ability to choose which AD Security Groups AD Users will be synchronized from.
          d.Ability to configure AD Security Groups as Access Privilege Groups.
          e.Ability to give access to Doors/Floors based on AD Security Group membership.
          f.Ability to synchronize the following AD User information: First Name and last name, User Expiry Date: Expired Users will have access rights to Doors/Floors removed. User Status (enabled/disabled): Disabled Users will have access rights to Doors/Floors removed. AD Group membership.
          g.Ability to synchronize credentials (Card/FOB/PIN) via AD User Attribute Fields.
          h.Ability to synchronize credentials in the following manners: Wiegand Credential from Single AD Attribute Field. Wiegand Credential from 2 individual fields with Fixed Site Code. Wiegand Credential from three Individual Fields. PIN from single field.
          i.Ability to synchronize AD User Attributes as Custom Fields.
          j.Ability to configure how often Protector.Net checks the LDAP provider for changes (1 to 60 minutes).
          k.Ability to automatically disable Users who have been deleted or disabled in Active Directory without panel update required.
          l.Ability to filter AD groups by root OU.
          23.VAX Data Management:
          a.Software shall provide the ability to perform automatic database backup to a location selected by the administrator.
          b.Ability to backup user profile pictures along with database backup.
          c.Backup locations shall include:
          1)Shared network drive.
          2)External USB drive.
          3)Folder on local hard drive.
          d.Ability to compress database backups for better space utilization.
          e.Ability to encrypt a backup with a definable password.
          f.Software shall provide the capability to manually back up the database to a selected location.
          g.Ability to automatically remove backups older than a defined period of days in the backup directory.
          h.Availability of a database restore utility that can be performed via web browser.
          i.Ability to stop/start/restart the web service through management web interface.
          j.Software shall include system tray application that shows status of web service, and provides control to stop/start the web service.
          k.Ability to remotely change network settings on remote server hosting the web service.
          l.Ability to purge old alerts/notifications based on data retention period.
          24.VAX Software Registration Management:
          a.Software registration directly through dealer or the manufacturer.
          b.Ability to manage and view the following licensing information from web interface:
          1)View current license package.
          2)View expiry date of license.
          3)View license features and limitations.
          c.Software shall provide 30 day warning prior to software license expiration.
          d.Software shall provide 10 day grace period after software license expiration if no administrator has logged in since the license expired.
          e.Software shall provide life safety features in the event that the license is expired and the grace period is over.
          25.Assa Abloy Aperio Integration:
          a.Software shall provide unified management of Aperio devices.
          b.Ability to communicate with up to 8 Aperio wireless locks per Aperio controller.
          c.Ability to store 100,000 users, bypasses Aperio 2,000 user limitation.
          d.Cabinet or door locks supported.
          e.Ability to share time schedules between regular door controllers an Aperio controllers.
          26.Software Navigation and Contextual Help:
          a.Offer contextual help file by hovering over fields, check boxes, drop-down menus.
          b.Ability to place objects into list format (such as panels, doors, user) for conducting comparisons between objects.
          c.Ability to edit attributes of objects from the list view.
          d.Software shall offer comprehensive documentation can be accessed through web interface, or accessed via start menu shortcut on host web server.
 
          PART 3EXECUTION
 
          3.1EXAMINATION
 
          A.Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared. If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
 
          3.2PREPARATION
 
          A.Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation. Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
 
          3.3INSTALLATION
 
          A.Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and approved submittals.
 
          3.4PROTECTION
 
          A.Protect installed products until completion of project. Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
 
         
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