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Honeywell Rapid EyeTM Hybrid HD Digital Video Recorder
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Digital Video Recording and Transmission System, Rapid Eye Hybrid HD
PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
1.2
Provide a complete Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System, including
design, supply, installation, and commissioning.
RELATED SECTIONS
NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Include related sections as appropriate if digital video recording and transmission
system is integrated to other systems.
1.3
A.
Section 26 05 00 – Common Work Results for Electrical, for interface and coordination with
building electrical systems and distribution.
B.
Section 28 05 13 – Conductors and Cables for Electronic Safety and Security, for cabling
between system recorders, panels and remote devices.
C.
Section 28 05 28 – Pathways for Electronic Safety and Security, for conduit and raceway
requirements.
D.
Section 28 13 00 – Security Management System, for interface and coordination with
electronic access control systems.
E.
Section 28 23 00 – Video Surveillance Equipment, for interface with, and administration of
video recording devices and equipment.
REFERENCES
A.
Reference Standards: Provide systems which meet or exceed the requirements of the
following publications and organizations as applicable to the work of this Section:
1.
Canadian ICES-003
2.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
3.
Conformity for Europe (CE)
4.
Consultative Committee for International Radio (CCIR)
5.
Electronic Industry Association (EIA)
6.
Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL)
7.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
8.
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)
9.
Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG)
10.
National Television Systems Committee (NTSC)
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Phase Alternating by Line (PAL)
12.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL)
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall provide powerful,
intelligent, enterprise-class, digital storage management that combines Video, Motion Video,
Audio, and Data capabilities in a single DVR. User and security management shall be
available either from a centralized control (for one DVR or many DVRs) or from a standalone
DVR, or in combination.
B.
Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System available in a minimum of
seventeen (17) different configurations, allowing the user to select the right DVR for every
application.
SUBMITTALS
A.
General: Submittals shall be made in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract and
Submittal Procedures Section.
B.
Manufacturer’s Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s data sheets indicating systems and
components proposed for use, including instruction manuals.
C.
Shop Drawings and Schematics: Submit complete shop drawings including connection
diagrams for interfacing equipment, list of connected equipment, and locations for major
equipment components.
D.
Record Drawings: During construction maintain record drawings indicating location of
equipment and wiring. Submit an electronic version of record drawings not later than
Substantial Completion of the project.
E.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit manufacturer’s operation and maintenance data,
customized to the system installed. Include system and operator manuals.
F.
Field Tests: Submit results of field testing of every device including date, testing personnel,
retesting date (if applicable), and confirmation that every device passed field testing.
G.
Maintenance Service Agreement: Submit a sample copy of the manufacturer’s maintenance
service agreement, including cost and services for a one (1) year period for Owner’s review.
Maintenance shall include, but not be limited to, labor and materials to repair the system,
tests and adjustments, and regular inspections.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer: Minimum ten (10) years experience in manufacturing and maintaining Digital
Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission Systems. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free
technical assistance and support, available 24/7.
B.
Manufacturing Location: Provide equipment assembled in the United States.
C.
Installer: Minimum two (2) years experience installing similar systems, and acceptable to the
manufacturer of the system.
D.
Environmental Conditions: Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission Systems shall
be designed to function in the following environmental conditions:
1.
Operating Temperature: 40°F to 105°F (5°C to 40°C) non-condensing.
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1.7
2.
Emissions: FCC: Part 15, Class B; CE: EN 61000-6-3:2007; CE: EN 61000-3-2:2006.
3.
Immunity: CE: EN 50130-4:1995 + A1:1998.
4.
Safety: ETL Listed to UL 60950-1 / CSA; C22.2 No. 60950-1; CB report: IEC 609501:2005.
Power Requirements: Components shall have the following electrical specifications:
1.
Input Voltage: 100-240 V AC (60 Hz/50 Hz).
2.
Operating Voltage: 120V/240V Auto-sensing.
3.
Power Consumption: 350 W (maximum).
Deliver materials in manufacturer’s labeled packages. Store and handle in accordance with
manufacturer’s requirements, in a facility with environmental conditions within recommended
limits.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Environmental Requirements: Comply with environmental requirements and
recommendations of manufacturer for proper installation of products.
B.
Temperature Criteria:
C.
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DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
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1.
Operating temperatures shall be between 40°F (5°C) and 105°F (40°C).
2.
Storage temperatures shall be between 14°F (−10°C) and 150°F (65°C).
Power Requirements:
1.
Input Voltage: 100-240 V AC, 60/50 Hz.
2.
Power Consumption: 350 W maximum.
WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer’s Warranty: Submit manufacturer’s warranty of thirty-six (36) months from the
manufacture date code under normal use and service for the Digital Video Recorder (DVR).
Submit manufacturer’s warranty of thirty-six (36) months from date of manufacture for hard
drives.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1
MANUFACTURER
A.
2.2
Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System Manufacturer: Honeywell Rapid
Eye™ Hybrid HD Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System,
www.honeywell.com/security.
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
A.
The Digital Video Recorder (DVR), that includes the hard drive(s) and connections to video
surveillance devices in the system.
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B.
A mouse-driven, local user interface (“LocalView”), which only requires a mouse and VGA or
DVI monitor to operate and configure the DVR.
C.
A workstation/server-based administration tool (“ADMIN”) capable of enterprise-wide site
and user management.
D.
A feature-rich, workstation-based remote operator program (“VIEW”), used to retrieve and
analyze video from a DVR, configure DVR options and perform remote user operations for
up to sixty-four (64) DVRs and up to 1024 video streams simultaneously.
OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall provide a powerful,
intelligent, enterprise-class, digital storage tool that combines Video, Motion Video, Audio,
and Data capabilities in a single DVR. This system must be designed to record, search, and
transmit sixteen (16) channels of Video and/or Motion Video, two (2) channels of bidirectional Audio and up to sixteen (16) Data streams; both live and post-event.
B.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System and its components shall be
thoroughly tested before shipping from the manufacturer’s facility.
C.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System’s default priority shall be to
capture and store video, motion video, audio, data and alarms. The system must be
configurable to prioritize live viewing and retrieval of video, if required.
D.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall use a Linux real-time
operating system, to provide a secure, stable, multi-tasking environment for the DVR and its
application software.
E.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall include two (2) USB
connections on the front panel and four (4) USB connections on the rear panel of the unit for
secure clip backup and distribution.
F.
The Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall have following major
capabilities:
1.
Live viewing of up to sixteen (16) IP and/or analog cameras on a single workstation
with a VGA or DVI monitor connected. Individual live video streams must be capable
of adjusting the resolution and quality rates, independent of recording settings, for a
flexible live monitoring workstation.
2.
Capturing and converting analog video sources at real-time rates and CIF, 2CIF, and
4CIF resolutions into digital data suitable for storing on hard drives and/or remotely
transmitting.
3.
Capturing and converting IP video sources from MPEG4 and H.264 video streams
into digital data suitable for storing on hard drives and/or remotely transmitting.
Maximum recording and viewing resolution for IP cameras is 1920x1080 (HD).
4.
Secure storage and retrieval of recorded video for post-event analysis.
5.
Compatible with most existing and new video equipment and incorporate into any
TCP/IP or dialup network. Communication options must include LAN, WAN, Internet,
and PSTN, all utilizing the system’s standard equipment (no additional hardware
required). Compatibility with ISDN and DSL must be supported using additional
hardware.
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6.
Retrieval of system files and remote software upgrades utilizing any of the
communication options.
7.
Multiple simultaneous connections utilizing different network and/or communication
types.
8.
Using an authenticated, proprietary file format (REM) to ensure the integrity of the
evidence.
9.
User-defined data rates, size, frequency, and thresholds ensure that images and
system messages are delivered as quickly as possible within the capabilities of the
network’s available bandwidth.
10.
Customizing the traditional time-lapse and boosted recording settings to provide the
maximum flexibility for extending the video archive while adding the capability to
automatically accelerate video recording settings based on predetermined rules. This
mission critical video is captured and stored at higher levels than the time-lapse video
archive.
NOTE TO SPECIFIER: DVR systems come with either one (1) TB or two (2) TB for standard storage
capacity. Two (2) TB units are specified in this document. Specify the storage availability that suits the
requirements. Rapid Eye Hybrid HD units (excluding Active Alert units) can be expanded to an eight (8)
TB maximum storage capacity.
11.
Long term digital storage for recorded video, motion video, audio and data. The DVR
must be available in a two (2.0) TB standard storage offering. The DVR storage
capacity must be expandable up to eight (8.0) TB with the installation of additional
hard drives.
12.
Estimating the typical number of days the DVR will record, based on the DVR hard
drive capacity, desired update rate (IPS), and the number and type of cameras being
recorded with the Storage Estimator software.
13.
Minimum system update rate of 480 or 120 images per second (NTSC at CIF) or 400
or 100 images per second (PAL at CIF) for video recording, and is capable of
simultaneous live transmission.
14.
An optional DVD-RW drive and/or USB port available for distributing evidence clips
that can include video, motion video, audio, and data.
15.
All physical connections made directly to the DVR, without the need for additional
hardware (IP cameras connected to the local network are an exception).
16.
Sixteen (16) BNC composite video inputs, each with a corresponding BNC looping
video output. The video input BNCs must be auto-terminating. DVRs support up to a
combined total of sixteen (16) analog and IP camera video inputs.
17.
Up to sixteen (16) channels of IP video inputs connected through the local area
network (LAN). DVRs support up to a combined total of sixteen (16) analog and IP
camera video inputs.
18.
One (1) BNC composite monitor output for spot monitoring functionality.
19.
Four (4) individually user-configurable serial ports (RS232/RS422/RS485). Used for
wiring PTZ control directly to the DVR, expanding data capture capabilities (POS or
ATM) for up to sixteen (16) streams, and allowing the use of a SMARTPIT device.
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One (1) 10/100 Base T Fast Ethernet internal Network Interface Card (NIC) must be
included in the DVR, with the standard RJ45 supporting CAT5 cable provided as
standard equipment.
21.
Alarm Inputs and Outputs have TTL and 12 V rating, making them compatible with
traditional physical Alarm devices.
22.
Connecting to a designated PC (“Alarm Station”), using either a telephone connection
or network connection, when an alarm is triggered by a user-defined event.
LocalView interface shall provide the following operator functions:
1.
Capability of configuring and operating the system without the need for a separate
computer.
2.
Displaying real-time live video of a single camera or any valid grid combination of all
connected cameras. LocalView can be used for interactive monitoring, as needed, or
for continuous public view monitoring.
3.
Vector driven control of PTZ cameras with a connected mouse.
4.
Capability of enabling accelerated recording rates, while viewing live video, for five (5)
minutes (default) with a single-click Boost button.
5.
Customizing the traditional time-lapse and boosted recording settings to provide the
maximum flexibility for extending the video archive while adding the capability to
automatically accelerate video recording settings based on predetermined rules. This
mission critical video is captured and stored at higher levels than the time-lapse video
archive.
6.
Password protected PTZ control to prevent control of PTZ cameras by unauthorized
LocalView users.
Admin Workstation shall provide the following operator functions:
1.
Site Management (DVRs and locations) to group sites by location, DVR type, and so
on. Site management options facilitate the management of large central databases.
2.
Setting up LAN/WAN Network and/or TCP/IP Dial-up communications for all the sites
in the system. DVRs must provide an option for TCP/IP port forwarding (multiple units
sharing the same IP address).
3.
User Management (Users and Roles), to add/edit/delete roles and to associate
predefined privileges with the roles, and then add/edit/delete users and associate
users with specific roles.
4.
Sites, or sub-sites, newly added to the site list will automatically be added to user site
list privileges and/or Alarm Stations site lists, if desired.
5.
Alarm Station Management, to add/edit/delete Alarm Station(s), central stations for
processing alarms from multiple DVRs, and to setup an Alarm Station’s network
connections.
6.
Default streams selection for live Alarm sessions, allowing user selection of the
streams the DVR will transmit by default during a live Alarm session.
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Automated Tour Setup (Tours of multiple DVRs), to add/edit/delete tours of multiple
sites in the system. The duration that the tour spends at each site must be individually
editable.
View Workstation shall provide the following operator functions:
1.
Configuration (Maintenance sessions). An operator (with Administrator privileges)
shall have the option to configure DVRs remotely. The following configurations shall
be possible:
a.
Recording Configuration, to optimize the system’s boosted and event recording
capabilities (resolution, frame rate and quality), providing maximum flexibility for
Response recording rules. DVRs must be able to automatically increase the
recording settings upon initiation of a Response rule or Boosted recording
event.
b.
Continuous Recording Configuration, to specify the settings (resolution, frame
rate and quality) for the traditional time-lapse recording mode, extending the
video archive when the system is not using boosted or response recording
settings.
c.
Event driven Response recording, featuring sixty-four (64) user-definable
Response rules to provide total adaptability in programming a comprehensive
event-driven digital recording solution. Multiple recording Triggers can be
combined with multiple responses, with the option of adding schedules for very
flexible Response Rule options.
d.
Motion detection configuration, to specify areas of video to monitor for motion,
and then motion can trigger event recording, send alarms, and/or be logged for
later reviewing. Smart video motion detection (VMD) is an intelligent motion
detection module that uses video analytics technology to provide more reliable
motion detection, while significantly reducing false alarms that can arise from
pixel-based video motion detection.
e.
Remotely programming IP and/or analog PTZ domes from within a
Maintenance session, without the need for an external dome controller.
Includes advanced configuration and programming of PTZ domes with
Honeywell’s Maxpro protocols, seven (7) other industry leading protocols, or
fifty (50) other PTZ protocols, using Bossware.
f.
Automatic discovery of supported IP cameras currently powered and connected
to the local area network (LAN) where the DVR is installed. Auto-discovery of
IP cameras makes assigning and configuring IP cameras easy and intuitive.
g.
Camera Configuration, to add/edit/delete cameras and camera settings. The
configuration settings must include: color or black and white, brightness,
contrast, hue, saturation, and motion detection options.
h.
Monitor Configuration, to add/edit/delete monitors and customize the
sequencing of video for the public display spot monitors.
i.
Capability to view a DVR’s storage statistics (including, but not limited to:
nominal storage capacity, average daily usage, amount of time since DVR
configuration or reboot, and the devices connected to the DVR).
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j.
Device Configuration, to configure up to four (4) user-programmable serial ports
for connecting PTZ, POS, PIT, and/or SMARTPIT devices.
k.
Near instantaneous configuration updating after initial setup is established.
Little to no downtime needed (such as system resets) to make configuration
changes effective, after initial setup has been established. The exception is that
the system will need to reset when cameras types are switched from analog to
IP, or from IP to analog.
Viewer (Live and Retrieval sessions). The operator shall have the option to view live
or recorded video from a connected DVR. The following functions shall be possible:
a.
Dynamically moving, sizing, and tiling individual camera and/or text windows,
either during a live or retrieval session. The viewing window must be
detachable and scalable without preset limitations.
b.
Main video viewing screen capable of showing one to sixteen (1-16) streams of
live or recorded video along with up to sixteen (16) streams of POS data. Live
video displays at faster update rates for smoother motion in any combination of
cameras.
c.
Capability of enabling accelerated recording rates, while viewing live video, for
five (5) minutes (default) with a single-click Boost button.
d.
Vector driven control of multiple PTZ cameras (analog, digital and/or IP).
Control to include pan/tilt speeds, zoom control, iris control, focus control,
preset programming, and preset calling.
e.
Exporting user selected images and/or video clips to appropriate media for
evidence distribution. Archived clips must allow the user to view portions of
video without having to connect to a DVR, retrieve video for reviewing at a later
time, and store and/or copy video onto other computers. Clips must be capable
of being archived by specifying the From and To times for fastest possible clip
creation, without the need to sit and watch, or fast-forward through the
archiving video.
f.
Separate clip-viewing software that can play back evidence clips on Microsoft
Windows-based PCs that are not part of the Rapid Eye system (for easy
evidence distribution) must be available on the manufacturer’s website.
g.
Capability of receiving and processing alarms/events automatically from
multiple DVRs, either by LAN/WAN, dial-up, or both. The View operators must
have the ability to receive, view, acknowledge, and rearm alarms.
h.
Automatic sending of alarm emails to specified recipients lets stakeholders
keep notified of events and problems at multiple facilities in a timely manner.
i.
Digitally zoom in on either a live or recorded video feed to aid the analyzing of
distant objects in the image. Digital zooming does not increase the resolution or
quality of a video image, but zooms in on video, increasing the size of the
objects displayed in the image.
j.
Video Smoothing significantly improves the display of enlarged video images
on the PC monitor with a single-click Smooth Video button.
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Freezing live video on the actively selected camera with a single-click Freeze
button. Freeze live video for further video scrutiny without the need to start a
retrieval session, and without affecting other live cameras, recording settings,
or the video that is recorded.
l.
Capability to monitor and/or search up to sixteen (16) streams of POS or ATM
generated data (such as from cash registers, door access sensors, and guest
registration systems). Operators must have the ability to search for specific
strings of text (such as “No Sale”), and be able to either view video from the
time of the event, to print the event details, or save the details to a *.txt file.
Search sessions. The Search facility shall include the following search functions:
a.
Event searching, to search recorded events for specific instances of video,
such as from boosted recording, date and time of the event, and event type.
Benefits in helping to find boosted or event-driven recording quickly.
b.
Configuring and running searches for motion in recorded video. Motion
searches must be able to be narrowed by the specified time/date, including or
excluding areas of video, and by the motion threshold (sensitivity).
Reports: The Report facility shall include event history and event log reports.
RAPID EYE INTEGRATIONS
A.
The following IP Cameras are compatible with the DVR:
NOTE TO SPECIFIER: For a complete list of supported Honeywell and third-party IP cameras, see
www.security.honeywell.com/hota/compatibility/ip-compatibility/index.html.
B.
C.
1.
Honeywell equIP® H.264 IP cameras (ONVIF and PSIA models).
2.
Honeywell equIP® 1080p IP cameras (ONVIF and PSIA models).
3.
Honeywell equIP® Wide Dynamic Range IP cameras (ONVIF and PSIA models).
4.
Honeywell Performance IP cameras (ONVIF and PSIA models).
5.
Honeywell equIP® MPEG4 IP cameras.
6.
Honeywell equIP® Series ACUIXTM IP PTZ dome.
7.
Supported third-party ONVIF compliant IP cameras.
Video Management:
1.
Honeywell MAXPRO VMS (Video Management System)
2.
Honeywell Digital Video Manager (DVM) enterprise IP-based video system
3.
Honeywell Rapid Eye Reports, automation and reporting software solution
Video Analytics:
1.
D.
Honeywell Active Alert
Data Management Utility/Devices:
1.
Honeywell Integrated Data Manager (IDM)
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2.
Honeywell SmartPIT
3.
Honeywell Vista Alarm Panels
E.
Traditional Physical Alarm Devices
F.
Electronic Access Control Systems:
1.
Honeywell Pro-Watch Release 3.8 or later
2.
Honeywell WIN-PAK SE/PE/CS with Vista integration
3.
Honeywell NStar Access Control System
4.
Honeywell NetAXS web-based Access Control System
SYSTEM HARDWARE
A.
B.
Rapid Eye Hybrid HD Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall
operate with no performance degradation using the following standard hardware:
1.
Operating System: Linux
2.
Optical Drive: Optional DVD-RW
3.
USB 2.0 Ports: 6 total (2 in front panel, 4 in rear panel)
4.
Hard Disk Drives: One hard drive standard, expandable to 4 field-upgradeable hard
drive bays total.
a.
One standard hard drive: 1 TB or 2 TB
b.
Expandable to a maximum of 8 TB (6 TB max for units with Video Analytics)
5.
Network Interface Card (NIC): 10/100 base T Ethernet, standard RJ45 interface
6.
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device
7.
Graphics Adapter: 24-bit true color, video resolution 1024x768 pixels (LocalView
interface)
8.
Admin Database: Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access or MSDE
9.
Recording and Transmission Compression Algorithm: Modified H.261/263 (REM
proprietary)
10.
Recording Rate (IPS): 480/400 CIF global (NTSC/PAL), or 120/100 CIF global
(NTSC/PAL)
11.
Dimensions (W x H x D): 17.28" x 5.23" x 20.85" (440 mm x 133 mm x 530 mm)
12.
Weight: 43 lb (19.5 kg)
Remote Workstation requirements (for running Admin and/or View software). An IBMcompatible PC workstation shall operate with no performance degradation using the
following minimum hardware and operating system configuration:
1.
Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core processor or above
2.
System Memory (RAM): 4 GB
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Optical Drive: CD-ROM for installation and upgrades
4.
Hard Disk Drives: Minimum 200 MB of free hard disk space, plus adequate space for
storing video clips.
5.
Network Interface Card (NIC): 1 Gbps
6.
Human Interface: 102-key keyboard and a mouse pointing device
7.
Video Card(s) and Monitor(s): Minimum support for XGA mode (1280 x 1024) or
SVGA mode (800 x 600)
8.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows XP, or Windows
2000
MANUFACTURER SUPPORT
A.
Manufacturer shall provide customer service, pre-sales applications assistance, after-sales
technical assistance, access to online technical support, and online training using Web
conferencing.
B.
Manufacturer shall provide 24/7 technical assistance and support by means of a toll-free
telephone number at no extra charge.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
3.2
Examine site conditions prior to installation. Notify Architect and Owner in writing if
unsuitable conditions are encountered. Do not start installation until site conditions are
acceptable.
INSTALLATION
A.
Test all components before shipping to the project location.
B.
Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System shall be installed, programmed
and tested in accordance with manufacturer’s installation instructions.
1.
Coordinate interfaces with Owner’s representative where appropriate.
2.
Provide backboxes, racks, connectors, supports, conduit, cable, and wire for a
complete and reliable installation. Obtain Owner’s approval for exact location of all
boxes, conduit, and wiring runs prior to installation.
3.
Install conduit, cable, and wire parallel and square with building lines, including raised
floor areas. Do not exceed forty (40) percent fill in conduits. Gather wires and tie to
create an orderly installation.
4.
Coordinate with other trades to provide proper sequencing of installation.
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FIELD COMMISSIONING AND CERTIFICATION
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Field Commissioning: Test Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Transmission System as
recommended by manufacturer, including the following:
1.
Conduct complete inspection and testing of equipment, including verification of
operation with connected equipment.
2.
Test devices and demonstrate operational features for Owner’s representative and
authorities having jurisdiction, as applicable. All testing must be witnessed by the
Owner’s representative, prior to acceptance.
3.
Correct deficiencies until satisfactory results are obtained.
4.
Submit written copies of test results.
TRAINING
A.
Conduct on-site system administrator and security/surveillance operator training, with the
number of sessions and length of sessions as recommended by the Digital Video Recording
(DVR) and Transmission System manufacturer. Training shall include, but not limited to DVR
administration, configuration, operation and diagnostics.
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