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Control/Communicator D9412




A&E Specifications







1.0 General 3

1.10 Scope of Work 3

1.1.00 Introduction 3

1.1.00 Work included under this section 3

1.1.00 Related work specified under other sections of these specifications (Related sections) 3

1.20 General Conditions 3

1.2.00 Submittals at bid time 3

1.2.00 Submittals after award of contract 3

1.2.00 Documentation to be submitted by the Contractor upon completion of system installation 4

1.2.00 On-site security personnel training 4

1.2.00 System approvals 4

1.2.00 Quality assurance 4

1.2.00 Warranty 4

1.2.00 Service/Maintenance 4

2.0 Products 5

2.10 System Description 5

2.20 System Feature/Capability Summary 6

2.30 System Interface Requirements 10

2.40 Materials 10

2.4.00 System Hardware Description: 10

3.0 Execution 17

3.10 Installation 17

3.20 Supervision 17

3.30 Programming 17

3.40 Testing 17

3.50 Commissioning 17

Notes:

1.0 General

1.10 Scope of Work

1.1.00 Introduction


The Contractor shall provide, install, and program a functionally complete, integrated Digital Alarm Communicator and Access Control System (DACS) per Manufacturer's guidelines, codes described, and these specifications.

1.1.00 Work included under this section


WORK INCLUDED IN CONTRACT SHALL BE INSERTED HERE. ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED UNDER THIS HEADING DEPEND UPON HOW A SPECIFIC PROJECT IS SCOPED AND PREFERENCES OF A PARTICULAR OWNER. THE FOLLOWING ARE USUALLY INCLUDED:

  1. SYSTEM AND ITS COMPONENTS

  2. SYSTEM WIRING (LOW VOLTAGE)

  3. MOUNTING ACCESSORIES

  4. SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

  5. WARRANTY, SERVICE & TRAINING

1.1.00 Related work specified under other sections of these specifications (Related sections)


RELATED WORK IN CONTRACT SHALL BE INSERTED HERE. ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED UNDER THIS HEADING DEPEND UPON HOW A SPECIFIC PROJECT IS SCOPED AND PREFERENCES OF A PARTICULAR OWNER. THE FOLLOWING ARE USUALLY INCLUDED:

  1. POWER (120 VAC)

  2. RACEWAYS

  3. DOOR HARDWARE (ELECTRIC LOCKS)

  4. DOOR FRAME ALARM CONTACT PREPARATION

  5. TELEPHONE LINES (ONLY FOR OFF-SITE REPORTING)

1.20 General Conditions

1.2.00 Submittals at bid time


For bid evaluation, bid submittals shall include six (6) sets of the items described below:

  • Specification sheets (cut sheets) of all proposed equipment.

  • Equipment list identifying:

  • Model number of each unit.

  • Quantities of each type of device.

  • Unit costs

  • Specification compliance: A letter submitted with the bid, responding to specification sub-sections individually, indicating exceptions, substitutions, and alternates. The Contractor shall submit requests for substitutions (as well as all relevant technical data pertaining to the substituted equipment) to the specifier 10 days prior to the close of bid for evaluation and approval.

1.2.00 Submittals after award of contract


  1. These include point-to-point drawings of systems and wiring diagrams of individual devices.

  2. Drawings: Shop drawings to provide details of proposed system and the work to be provided. Permits: The Contractor shall be responsible for identifying requirements for permits from the local police department for the installation of the alarm system specified herein and shall assist the owner in obtaining the relevant alarm permits.

1.2.00 Documentation to be submitted by the Contractor upon completion of system installation


  1. "As-builts": Upon completion of installation, the Contractor shall prepare "as-built" drawings of the system. These "As-builts" shall be 30 in. x 42 in. format mylar reproducible drawings of each floor plan indicating exact device locations, panel terminations, cable routes and wire numbers as tagged and color-coded on the cable tag.

  1. Additionally, final point-to-point wiring diagrams of each type of device (on 30 in. x 42 in. format) shall be included in the "as-builts."

  2. "As-builts" shall be submitted to the Owner for approval prior to the system acceptance walk-through.

  1. Operation and maintenance manuals: Three sets of operating manuals shall be provided explaining the operation and maintenance of the system.

1.2.00 On-site security personnel training


Training in the complete operation of the systems shall be furnished by the Contractor upon completion of installation.

THE EXTENT OF THE TRAINING PROCESS AND THE TIME NEEDED TO CARRY OUT THE TRAINING ARE DEPENDENT ON THE SIZE AND COMPLEXITY OF THE SYSTEM. SPECIFIER TO INSERT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINING HERE.

1.2.00 System approvals


  1. The system shall be the standard product of one manufacturer, and the manufacturer shall have been in business manufacturing similar products for at least 5 years.

  2. After-sales support: The Contractor shall be a factory-authorized and trained dealer of the system and shall be factory-trained and certified to maintain/repair the system after system acceptance.

1.2.00 Quality assurance


All equipment, systems, and materials furnished and installed under this section shall be installed in accordance with the applicable standards of:

  1. National codes: NEC, NFPA, UBC

  2. Approvals and listings: UL (including Access Control)

  3. Local Authorities Having Jurisdiction

1.2.00 Warranty


All components, parts, and assemblies supplied by the Manufacturers and installed by the Contractor shall be warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of at least 12 months (parts and labor), commencing upon date of acceptance by Owner. Warranty service shall be provided by a qualified factory-trained service representative.

1.2.00 Service/Maintenance


  1. System maintenance and repair of system or workmanship defects during the warranty period shall be provided by the Contractor free of charge (parts and labor).

  2. Periodic testing of the system shall be carried out on a monthly or quarterly basis to ensure the integrity of the control/communicator, the sensing devices, and the telephone lines.

  3. The installer shall correct any system defect within six hours of receipt of call from the Owner.

  4. Extended service/maintenance agreements shall be offered by the Contractor for up to four years after the warranty expires. The agreement shall be renewable monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
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