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0981 HILLS ELECTRONIC SECURITY

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GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

General General: Provide electronic security systems as follows and as documented. - Remote monitoring system. - Access control system. - Intruder detection system. - Closed circuit television system. - Intercom system. - IP Intercom System Security classification: As documented. System communications: As documented. System provider Electronic security system provider: A licensed security organisation only. 1.2 CROSS REFERENCES

General General: Conform to the following: - General requirements worksection. - Electrical general requirements. - Cable support and duct systems. - Uninterruptible power supply. - Telecommunications cabling. 1.3 STANDARDS

Intruder alarm systems General: To AS/NZS 2201.1. Alarm transmission system: To AS/NZS 2201.5. Internal detection devices: To AS 2201.3. Wire free systems: To AS 2201.4. CCTV systems General: To AS 4806.2. Remote monitored systems: To AS 4806.4. 1.4 INTERPRETATIONS

Abbreviations General: For the purposes of this worksection the abbreviations given below apply: CCTV: Closed circuit television DGP: Data gathering panel EOL: End-of-line ISMS: Integrated security management system LCD: Liquid crystal display LED: Light emitting diode MATV: Master antenna television MCP: Main control panel
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PABX: Private automated branch exchange PC: Personal computer PIN: Personal identification number POE: Power over internet PSD: On-screen display PSTN: Public switched telephone network RAID: Redundant array of inexpensive/independent disks RAS: Remote access service VCR: Video cassette recorder 1.5 SUBMISSIONS

Samples General: Submit samples of the following: - Door contacts and reed switches. - Key or card readers. - Electric door strikes and door release devices. - Duress alarm switches. Records General: Submit records to AS/NZS 2201.1. Licence: Submit copy. Technical data General: Submit data showing dimensions and space requirements for the following: - Door contacts and reed switches. - Detection devices. - Activation devices. - Electric door strikes and door release devices. - Television monitors, cameras and associated equipment. - Intercom stations. - Vehicle control systems. - Duress alarm switches. Shop drawings General: Prior to commencing work submit shop drawings showing the following: - Schematic diagram of all systems. - Panel layouts and dimensions. - Power supply requirements. - Wiring access necessary for door frames. - Cut out dimensions. - Fixing provisions for cameras and monitors. - Point-to-Point diagram of all Intruder Detection System and Access Control System device locations on architectural floor plans. Do not include other system(s) on these plans. - Site plans - Floor/Building plans 2 2.1 PRODUCTS GENERAL

Alarm system panels or processors Proprietary item: Hills Reliance Control Panel Series.

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Capacity: Provide separate sectors for each nominated internal zone, and for normally-closed and normally-open perimeter zones. Sector time delay: Provide adjustable time delay entry/exit for each sector, with adjustment range 10 to 255 s. Alarm Inputs. Monitor up to eight (8) end-of line (EOL) supervised inputs with expansion capabilities for up to one hundred and twenty eight (128) Inputs via expansion boards. The option of two or four state input monitoring shall be zone selectable. Batteries and chargers: - Sealed battery: Provide a sealed battery and charger system contained within each control panel with capacity as scheduled. Uninterruptible power supply General: Provide a dedicated uninterruptible power supply and connect to the security systems. Capacity: At least 15 minutes, for the complete system in normal operation. Activation Activation devices: Provide keypads, cards, card readers and other activation devices for access control and intruder alarm systems as documented. Proprietary item: - Code pads: Hills Reliance series. - Proximity card readers: Hills Reliance series. - Wireless transmitters/receivers: Hills Reliance series with wireless key fob transmitters. External: Provide weatherproof (IP56) hoods or housings for external units. Default mounting height: 1100 mm from floor level. External audible and visual alarms General: Provide corrosion-resistant weatherproof metal enclosures containing sirens and blue strobe lights. Fix in locations not readily accessible without a ladder. Anti-tamper devices Anti tamper devices: Provide anti-tamper devices to control panels, external equipment, control and activating devices, and access control devices. Function: To register an instantaneous alarm if covers are removed or vital wiring is disconnected. Alarm circuit supervision Alarm circuit supervision: At each detection device, provide alarm circuit supervision by means of an end-of-line device connected via a separate circuit within the cable. Function: To register an instantaneous alarm if cable characteristics change, such as when cut or short circuited. Event logging Printer: Provide for event logging from the alarm and access control panel at a local security monitoring system. Function: To generate a report showing, as a minimum, the date, time and category of alarm initiations and access control entries. Remote monitoring Duration: Provide remote monitoring for the duration of the defects liability period. Monitoring system: Provide a monitoring system in the alarm panel or processor for transmission of alarms and monitoring of the system by parties responsible for attending to alarms. 2.2 ACCESS CONTROL

Access control processors or panels General: Provide panels as documented. Capacity: Provide separate entry/exit control modules for each designated access point. Control a minimum of sixteen (16) doors and monitor sixteen (16) end-of-line (EOL) supervised inputs. Partition: Partition the site into areas as documented. Proprietary item: GE Challenger. Users: Program the system to match the documented number of authorised users with unique access codes.
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Main Control Panel Event Storage: Two hundred fifty five (255) reporting events within the buffer. PSTN Connection: Provide built-in digital dialler. PSTN monitoring: Monitor the status of the PSTN line at the Main Control Panel and display “Report Fail” on all LCD RAS units if the line is faulty, open circuit, continually busy or there is no answer when attempting to communicate to the Central Monitoring Station. Report to a backup number in case the first number fails. PSTN shall also be available as backup to an IP connection to a Central Station. Alarm Groups capacity: A minimum of one hundred and twenty eight (128), expandable to two hundred and forty five (245). Alarm Groups features: Provide the following features as a minimum: - Define a time period using time zones during which alarm groups shall be available. - An alphanumeric name for each group. - Any or all areas may be assigned to the group. Reset Capabilities: Provide capability of resetting any or all alarm events automatically and sending a report to the Host PC and/or Central Monitoring Station that a restoral has occurred. Time Zones: Support forty six (46) hard time zones, one (1) Service time zone and fifteen (15) software time zones that follow the status of nominated outputs. Each hard time zone shall have four (4) subzones and be programmable for seven (7) days a week as well as twenty four (24) different holidays. Inputs Alarm Inputs capacity: Make provision to monitor up to sixteen (16) EOL supervised inputs with expansion capabilities for up to two hundred and fifty six (256) Inputs via data gathering panels (DGPs). Multi state monitoring: Provide the option of two or four state input monitoring as follows: - Two (2) - State Monitoring with 10k Ohms EOL Resistance. Two-state means the Main Control Panel may only detect a closed or open condition of the input. A closed condition has 10k Ohms resistance and an open condition may be either a short or an open circuit. - Four (4) - State Monitoring with 10k Ohms EOL Resistance. Four-state monitoring requires that a closed condition is 10k Ohms and an open condition is either 20 k Ohms or 4.7k Ohms. A short or open circuit on the input shall force the Main Control Panel to activate a tamper alarm for that input and display this alarm on any or all LCD RAS units as well as report the fault to the Host PC and/or Central Monitoring Station. Input Programming: Provide facility to assign, in the Main Control Panel database, a text name to each input as well as program each input to any system area. Provide facility to assign inputs to more than one area. Common inputs: Automatically arm common inputs when all the linked areas are armed. Disarm common inputs when at least one linked area is disarmed. Input types: Provide input types as documented. Inputs activating outputs: Each input shall be capable of activating any one of two hundred and fifty five (255) outputs per Main Control Panel. Additionally, each input may be programmed to trigger a RAS beeper for area alarms on any or all units. Input Shunting: Support up to sixteen (16) shunt timers for the purpose of inhibiting alarms for a set period of time. Input activation or output status may activate shunts as follows: - Provide variable timers capable of activating an early warning output (shunt is about to expire) as well as general output (shunt is active). - Provide facility to program all shunts to activate in disarmed and/or armed modes as well as entry and exit shunting. - Provide facility for door open commands to start shunt timers. - Shunting shall start when a nominated output is active (e.g. a door opened). - Provide facility to cancel any shunt timer as soon as the allocated input is closed. Outputs General: Provide Main Control Panel (MCP) features as follows: - Separated external and internal siren outputs. - Strobe output. - Four programmable Open Collector outputs
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Output Expansion: Provide up to two hundred and fifty five (255) programmable outputs on relay boards and open collector boards per MCP. Relay rating: General: Provide minimum rating of 12 volts – 500 mA. Relay rating: Intelligent 4 door/elevator controller: Provide minimum rating of 12 volts – 10 amps. Relay types: Form C. Output event mapping: Provide mapping of any output to any event. Output types: Provide dry contact relays or open collector outputs capable of being enabled or disabled by any time zone as well as be inverted. Output status: Make provision for alteration by programmable logic reflecting system and area status, system events as well as the status of other outputs. Memory Configuration The Main Control Panel memory: Provide capacity to manage the following numbers of system parameters: - 65,535 Individual Users. - Two hundred and forty five (245) programmable Alarm Groups. - Two hundred and fifty five (255) Door Groups. - One hundred and twenty eight (128) Floor Groups. - One thousand (1000) Alarm event buffer. - One thousand (1000) Access event buffer. Remote Arming Stations (RAS) General: Provide each Main Control Panel with a minimum of one LCD RAS (keypad) unit, unless directly connected to a Host PC. RAS functions: Provide RAS functions as follows: - Program and control the Main Control Panel. - Display the status of areas, system and alarm events. - Perform diagnostics. Capacity: Each Main Control Panel may support a maximum of sixteen (16) RAS units. Capacity: Support up to sixteen (16) RAS on the RS485 data bus at the Main Control Panel. Connection: At least one LCD RAS shall be connected to each MCP for programming, control and display of system status and events. In addition, various forms of card readers and/or PIN keypads or combinations of both may fill each additional RAS position. RAS Functionality: Provide each RAS with the facility to control and/or restrict to one, all or a combination of areas by users entering PIN codes or badging cards. Users may arm/disarm one or all areas with their code or card. LED operation on LCD RAS: Provide separate LED for each area. Illuminate the LED when the area is armed. Extinguish the LED will extinguish when the area is disarmed. If an input is assigned to an area and is activated, then the associated Area LED shall flash. System LEDs on LCD RAS: In addition to the sixteen (16) “Area status” LEDs provide four (4) additional LEDs that operate in harmony with the Area LEDs and LCD to indicate the following: - Mains- Green LED on as long as the Mains is present. - Fault- Yellow LED on if there is a system fault. - Alarm- Red LED on if one or more area(s) are in alarm. - Door open- Blue LED on if the door opens. Data Gathering Panels (DGP) General: Provide DGPs shall be use to expand the inputs from sixteen (16) to two hundred and fifty six (256) inputs. Main control panel: Support up to fifteen (15) DGPs on the RS485 data bus at the Main Control Panel. Communications: Connect DGPs to the Main Control Panel by an RS485 data bus at a baud rate of 4800 bps. Maximum connection distance: DGPs to MCP: one thousand five hundred (1500) m. Tamper protection: Provide at each DGP to enable detection of unauthorized opening of the device enclosure.
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DGP settings: DGPs shall have a unique address (i.e. 1 to 15): - Monitored siren output which may be activated by an event. - Fuse fail monitoring. - Mains fail monitoring. Intelligent Door Controller DGPs: Provide the following facilities: - Operation as a four (4) door access controller (4DC). - Facility to control and monitor up to forty eight (48) “intelligent” doors in addition to the sixteen (16) doors supported by the MCP. Intelligent features: Provide the following: - Store users locally on each door controller. - Store door groups locally on each door controller. - Store time zones locally on each door controller. - Store door Soft/Hard and timed Anti-pass back globally on all door controllers connected to a control panel. - Facility to use a card plus PIN per door on a door controller. - Control the number of users per region. - Incorporate door interlock, such as mantraps. - Provide door shunting until the door is closed. - Provide a door open too long alarm. - Facility to require the two-card rule. Intelligent Lift Controller DGPs: Provide facility to be used as a four (4) lift access controller (4LC) and to control and monitor up to sixty four (64) floors per Lift. Intelligent features shall include: - Store users locally on each lift controller. - Store floor groups locally on each lift controller. - Store time zones locally on each lift controller. - Facility to use a card plus PIN. - Facility for users to only access allowed floors. Data Bus Communications General: Provide data bus to enable the Main Control Panel to communicate with all remote devices. Data bus type: RS485 data bus multi-drop protocol at a data rate of 4800bps. Poll all devices on the data bus in a star or loop configuration. Maximum distance: Maintain the distance between the Main Control Panel and any device, whether a RAS, DGP or Intelligent controller to be no more than one thousand five hundred (1500) m on Belden 8723 or equivalent cable. Function: Poll all devices on the RS485 data bus continuously to ensure correct operation. Device alarm: Should any of the bus devices fail to respond to a series of polls from the Main Control Panel, generate a trouble alarm on the system specifying the off-line device details. Notify the alarm on LCD display, keypad trouble LED and report to a Central Station. Mode: Operate the system in real time mode and distribute processing activity to the Intelligent Controllers. Provide facility to communicate to all remote devices. System Monitoring General: Provide facilities for the reporting all the alarm, access and system events to a Host PC running Management Software from the Main Control Panel. Local Host PC: Provide a permanent direct connection between the Main Control Panel and the Host PC using a Computer and Printer interface installed onto the MCP. Temporary Remote PC: Provide facilities for a temporary remote connection between the Main Control Panel and a PC via PSTN. Permanent Remote PC: Provide a permanent remote connection between the Main Control Panel and a PC via serial/RS-232 or IP. Provide capability of allowing local operators and/or remote operators to connect to the system from a PC running the Management Software. Use a 10-digit password to allow any connection and the number of connection attempts is programmable from zero (0) (no further attempts allowed) to two hundred and fifty five (255) (no attempt restriction).
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Area Control and Monitoring Area Partitioning: Provide at the Main Control Panel for partitioning the site into at least sixteen (16) user definable areas for managing the site as documented. Each area to be operated as an entirely separate security system, or be programmed as a separate section of a common building as documented. Area Operation/Control: For each area, provide the following: - Assign a name to describe each area for control purposes. - Provide each area with individual entry and exit timers. - Enable some areas to be armed together with other areas but to be disarmed independently (area link). - Enable all areas to be armed by any user/s. - Enable all areas to disarmed by any user/s. - Any or all areas arm/ disarm automatically via a time zone or other specific system event. - Prevent areas from being armed if inputs assigned to that area are open. System Area Reporting RAS: Provide clear indication of the status of every area on the RAS. Main Control Panel: Provide clear display of the status of individual areas on card readers, LED RAS units as well as third party equipment such as consoles and mimic panels etc, by using the system outputs. Integrated Security Management System (ISMS) Training: Provide specialised training and accreditation courses to help ensure that the ISMS solution will meet the end users requirements and is installed by competent security professionals. Equipment: Provide all equipment of standard components that are regularly manufactured and utilized in the manufacturer’s system. System and components: Provide systems and components that have been thoroughly tested and proven in actual use. Availability: Provide equipment and systems that are locally available. Proprietary item: GE Forcefield. System Capacity: Provide the following system capacities: - A minimum of 200 operator workstations. - Management of a minimum of 2,560 Main Control Panels. - Process a minimum of over 20 events per second and handle burst rates of 35 events per second. - Run a real-time log capable of a minimum of 5 million events without the need to archive or backup. - A minimum of 1 million users/cardholders, with a minimum of 65,535 card holders per control panel. Redundancy: Provide the following redundancy: - Redundancy and failover to a secondary hot stand-by server, with no user intervention on failure of the primary application and database server. - On application, database or server failure provide automatic server restoration, update and synchronization with the primary application/database server from the secondary server. - Redirect client workstations which transition to a backup application/database server back to their primary application/database server, once the primary application/database server functions have been restored. - Include at a minimum RAID 1 Disk array and Dual Redundant power supply for both the primary application/database server and secondary hot standby server. System Management: Provide the following system management functions: - Fully integrate the Access Control, and Security System hardware with, and be controlled by, the ISMS. - Operation of the Access Control and Security System in standalone mode without the ISMS being operational or connected. - Integration of the Photo ID system into the ISMS and not to be of a separate system. - High level interface to commercially available CCTV matrix switchers. - High level interface to commercially available intercom system and paging and duress system.
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- Centrally manage all operator permissions, including access control, alarm and device control and video control, from a single database and support database partitioning down to a record level. - Synchronise time clocks between the main control panels, digital video recorders and the management software for accurate and consistent time based evidence chain. - Support a report print from each ISMS Workstation. - Support a photo ID card printer from each ISMS Client Workstation. Features: Include the following features: - Graphical map display. - Triggers. - Photo ID system. - Reports. - Offline history reports. - Alarm handling. - Operator management. - Event log. - Archiving. - Users/cardholder management. - Video integration. Door control devices General: Provide electric strikes, electric locks, drop bolts, or similar devices as documented to suit door construction and hardware. Proprietary item: Padde series. Monitoring: Provide lock status and door position monitoring of door control devices. Fail-safe: Connect door control devices in a fail-safe mode to permit egress in the event of power failure. Authorised products: Provide equipment listed in the ActivFire Register of Fire Protection Equipment. Glass doors: Provide tumbler, drop bolts or magnetic holders. Double leaf doors (solid frame): Provide an electric strike or lock on the fixed leaf, connected to the door frame by concealed flexible wiring. Vehicle control Vehicle access control: Provide vehicle access control system combining connection to vehicular doors and boom gates, and interconnection to the main access control system. Exit loop detection: Provide a buried loop detection system adjacent to the exit point to activate boom gates or vehicular doors on approach by a vehicle. Connect so that doors or gates close after a pre-set time. Interlock: Provide a photo electric beam safety interlock. Interlock function: To prevent door or gate from closing until the vehicle has cleared the exit point. Push-buttons and readers: Where practicable, provide direct wall mounting for push-buttons or readers; otherwise provide a robust mounting bollard and extension arm. Default mounting height: 1000 mm from floor level. Reed switches: Provide heavy duty reed switches on both sides of vehicle doors to generate a door closed indication at the control panel. 2.3 INTRUDER ALARM

Volumetric detection devices General: Provide volumetric detectors as documented. Proprietary item: Risco, Aritech and Atsumi series. Selection: To provide detection within the space occupied by the detector. Provide additional detectors to achieve coverage as necessary. PIR detectors: Mirror optic type with ≥ 7 curtains. Installation: To AS/NZS 2201.1.
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Door contacts Proprietary item: Sentrol series. Reed switches: Provide concealed magnetic reed switches which operate when: - A personnel door is opened > 20 mm at the lock/latch edge. - The fixed leaf of a double door is opened > 20 mm at the lock/latch edge. - A vehicular door is opened > 100 mm. Door lock sensors: Provide micro switches or magnetic contacts in lock keepers or door locks which incorporate a bolt movement sensing device. Function: To detect bolt movements > 10 mm. 2.4 DURESS ALARM

General Duress Alarm switches: Provide duress alarm switches as documented. Desk or furniture mounting: Provide plug socket connections for duress alarm switches fixed to items of furniture. Conceal wiring and secure to avoid accidental disconnection. Wall mounting: Recessed at 900 mm above finished floor level. Disconnection alarm: Connect so that removal of plugs from sockets will automatically register as a duress alarm. 2.5 INTERCOM

Intercom System General: Provide an intercom system with communication and door release facilities between entrance points and units as documented. Function: Visitors to the building shall place a call to the appropriate apartment using a numeric keypad or pushbuttons (if less than 15 units). Proprietary item: Bticino 8 wire digital system. Components: Provide door station components, power supplies, distribution modules, handsets and cables to provide a fully operational and functional system. Installation: All components used in the system to be supplied and installed by a specialist in this type of work. Audio only system: Provide as video ready and capable of video functionality with the addition of cameras at door stations and replacement intercom handsets in units. Switchboard facility: Provide a switchboard facility which is capable of receiving calls from door stations and two way communication with individual units. Capacity: Provide the capacity for a min. of 96 door stations and 4000 units. Network Infrastructure Distribution devices: DIN mountable with withdrawable connectors for device isolation and simplified cabling connection. Network connections: Point-to-point connection with identical wire number and colour coupling. Door Stations Proprietary item: Bticino Sfera 8 wire digital door stations. Door stations: IP54 rating, flush mount and modular construction. Colours: To suit architectural requirements. Blank module: Provide each door station with a blank module to conceal proximity reader. Controls: Provide adjustable speaker and microphone volumes. Numeric call modules display: Display the unit number called. Camera de-fogging device: Provide with infra-red illumination. The camera angle: Adjustable. LCD alphanumeric scroll modules: Programmable with facility to remap unit addresses. Power Supplies Proprietary item: Bticino 8 wire digital. Mounting: Install in 10 poles, din rail mounted enclosure.
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Rating: Provide 24 Vdc, 1.2 A to the intercom system. Provide additional power supplies as required to achieve a fully operational and functional system. Transient protections: Required. Audio Handset Systems (Receiver Type) Function: The audio handset in each unit to ring when a call is placed. The occupant and visitor shall then be able to converse through the intercom. On verification the appropriate door shall be released via the door release pushbutton on the intercom handset. If an internal handset is left off-hook the system shall time out and calls to other units shall not be compromised. Proprietary item: Bticino Pivot 8 wire digital. Colour: White. Functions: Dedicated door release and auxiliary release buttons. Addressing: From the floor shunt in the riser. Call volume: Adjustable. Functionality: Provide the facility to add function buttons to the handset to communicate with an intercom main switchboard unit. Mounting: Flush, surface and table mounting. Video expansion: Provide facility for video expansion with the addition of a monitor unit, attached to the handset to form single unit. Audio Hands Free Systems Proprietary item: Bticino Hands Free 8 wire digital. Colour: white. Functions: Dedicated talk, door release and auxiliary release buttons. Addressing: From the floor shunt in the riser. Call volume: Adjustable. Calls answering: Hands free following a single press of the talk button. Call canceling: By a second press of the talk button. Video Handset Systems Function: The video handset in each unit to ring when a call is placed. The video handset shall automatically display the image from the appropriate door stations camera. The occupant and visitor shall then be able to converse through the intercom. Upon verification the appropriate door shall be released via the door release pushbutton on the intercom handset. If an internal handset is left off-hook the system shall time out and calls to other units shall not be compromised. Proprietary item: Bticino Pivot 8 wire digital video. Colour: white. Functions: Dedicated talk, door release and auxiliary release buttons. Addressing: From the floor shunt in the riser. Video screen: Required. Controls: Adjustable call volume, brightness and contrast. Functionality: Provide the facility to add function buttons to the handset to communicate with an intercom main switchboard unit. Mounting: Flush, surface and table mounting. Switchboard Facility Proprietary item: Bticino. Functions: Provide the following functions: - Receive and transfer calls from the door stations. - Store at least 30 calls when absent or busy. - Intercom communication with internal units. - Door and auxiliary release. - Panic Alarm. - Automatic switching between day and night modes. PABX Systems Proprietary item: Bticino PABX.
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Approvals: To be approved for connection to telephone lines. Integration: Provide full integration with the intercom system Functions: provide the following functions: - Pivot 8 wire digital audio and video handsets to communicate with both the door stations and telephony services. - Call waiting while a call in already in place with either a door station or external telephone. - Caller ID on at least the first extension. - Capable of at least 2 incoming PSTN lines and 8 extensions. - Diversion of front door stations to external numbers such as mobile telephones. Cable Proprietary item: Hills Bticino 8 wire digital cable. Cable performance: Guaranteed operating distances from the Entrance panels to the furthest floor distributor of 500metres. Network connection: 4 pairs for distribution of Power, Audio, Data and Video signals. 2.6 IP INTERCOM

IP Colour Video Intercom System General: Provide IP Colour Video Intercom system including: - IP door entry unit(s). - IP colour video wall unit(s). - POE Switches. - Concierge Unit. Network: 100BaseT Fast Ethernet network. Standard: To AS/ACIF S008, AS/ACIF S009, AS/NZS 3080 and IEEE802.3af standards. Multiple communication paths: Required capability. Architecture: Distributed. Software-based operating system: Precluded. IP Door Entry Unit General: Provide the following: - Vandal-resistant stainless steel/aluminium fascia. - Vandal-resistant numeric keypad, 2-line LCD, microphone, speaker and camera. - Ethernet connectivity to access control system. Performance: Provide the following functions: - Audio communication with any wall unit on the same network. - Indicate to the user, the location called and a countdown timer during the call. - Indicate the appropriate response or reset if no connection is established. - Display the name of the building and other relevant information. IP Video Wall Unit General: Provide the following: - A handset, colour LCD, internal alert and control switches. - Ethernet connectivity. Performance: Provide the following functions: - Audio-video communication with any door entry unit on the same network. - Release a door-lock associated with the door entry unit, via a relay output. - Alert user with an audio signal. - Muting alert signal. Concierge Unit General: Provide the following: - a handset, colour LCD, internal alert and control switches. - Ethernet connectivity.

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POE Switch General: Provide the following: - comply with IEEE802.3af standard for power supply via network cable. - deliver power and data to each unit by a single Ethernet cable. 2.7 VIDEO MONITORING

CCTV system General: Provide an IP based closed circuit television system monitoring and recording the areas/spaces as documented. Proprietary item: Network and IP Solution: DVTel V5 Latitude NVMS. CCTV cameras Selection: Provide cameras selected to provide coverage of designated areas and to enable persons within the field of view to be readily distinguishable on monitors under all ambient night and day lighting conditions. Motorised cameras: Provide camera drives which provide remote control of camera rotation and tilt, and of lens focal length. External cameras: Provide corrosion-resistant weatherproof housings for cameras located externally, which allow cameras to perform to manufacturer’s specification. Fixing: Provide mounting brackets and hardware which rigidly fix cameras, monitors and accessories to buildings or structures. Protection: Select cameras to be suitable for their operating environment e.g. protective enclosures if likely to be damaged. Lighting: Select cameras so that the sensitivity of the camera allows full coverage of the nominated areas throughout the full range of anticipated ambient lighting conditions. Eclipsing circuit: Provide an eclipsing circuit to prevent saturation where the camera is directed towards bright light sources, i.e. sun light or exposed light fittings. CCTV monitors General: Provide LCD colour monitors compatible with the security system, and provide fixing brackets and hardware for wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted monitors. CCTV recording system General: Provide CCTV recording hardware and software systems which store data from each camera in an industry standard compressed digital format. Functionality: Provide the following: - Index according to events. - Fast search. - Frame by frame search. - Frame printing. - Zoom and pan within a recorded frame. - Back up daily to off-site storage. Minimum data storage: 30 days. CCTV video switching system General: Provide switching software which enables each camera to be directed to a specific monitor or for cameras to be scanned sequentially at predetermined intervals to a specific monitor and which, on receipt of an alarm signal, interrupts the scanning sequence and switches to the relevant security zones. 3 3.1 EXECUTION GENERAL

Mains supplies Permanent power supply: Provide permanent power supply to the following: - Intruder alarm panels and access control panels including sub panels.
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- Electric door strike local panels or control equipment. - Intercom stations. - CCTV monitors and cameras. - Intercom stations. Marking: Label the switchboard circuit breaker from which power for the security systems is obtained: SECURITY SYSTEM - Do not switch off. CCTV cameras Positioning and adjustment: Position and aim cameras to provide optimum coverage and to minimise the effect of shadows or direct light sources. Interconnection to other services General: Provide functions and equipment to allow the interconnection to other systems. Provide and connect wiring to the designated services. Lifts: Arrange for installation and connection of lift readers and associated equipment. Completion tests General: Carry out tests, including out-of-hours tests, to demonstrate the security system’s performance. Include the following: - Test components for correct function and operation. - Demonstrate that devices perform on site, to at least the level stated in the manufacturer’s performance specification for that device. - Test the operation of alarm sectors and panel functions, including open and short circuit tests. - Demonstrate that the system functions under mains fail condition. - Demonstrate operation of the battery and charger including a full discharge/recharge over the designated time. Test equipment: Bticino cabling tester. Warrantee General: Provide warrantee on materials and labour for 12 months. Maintenance Standard: To AS/NZS 2201.1. Software: Maintain currency of application software. Breakdown call outs: Attend on site within 24 hours of notification. Rectify faults, and replace faulty materials and equipment. Frequency of routine visits: ≤ 3 monthly. Maintenance period performance monitoring: - Monitor: Access control system. - Investigate: Causes of alarms. - Alarm Report: < 2 days after alarm. False alarms: - Notification of false alarms: On the first working day after a false alarm, submit notification of the circumstances surrounding the false alarm and action necessary to prevent similar occurrences. - Alterations due to false alarms: Carry out alterations necessary to eliminate false alarms due to the following: . Technical faults, selection, siting or aiming of devices. . Environmental conditions evident at the time of installation. 4 4.1 SELECTIONS SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

Security classification System communications

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SECURITY MONITORING SYSTEMS

Monitoring system Communication method Base station location/identification Alarm response time Alarm system External audible and visual alarms Central monitoring facility Location Computer specification Event logging printer Uninterruptible power supply capacity (hours) Backup medium and capacity Interconnected systems 4.3 ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM SCHEDULE

System type Activation method De-activation method Other entry method Equipment mounting and enclosure Number of users to have unique codes Number of programmable time zones for automatic access Number of programmable access zones for automatic access Entry points Door control devices Internal access zones Delayed access zones Intercom function Remote operation function Vehicle control points Spare capacity Number of users Alarm zones Power supply Communication system 4.4 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEM SCHEDULE

Security risk classification to AS/NZS 2201.1 System type Intruder alarm zones Detector types Activation device type Activation method
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De-activation method Number of activation devices to be provided including programming Interconnection requirements for other systems

Spare capacity Communication system 4.5 DURESS ALARM SCHEDULE

Access control system Local monitoring system Remote monitoring system 25% of alarm zones

System type Alarm button type – wall mounted Alarm button type – desk/furniture mounted Alarm response 4.6 CCTV MONITORING SYSTEM

CCTV system System type Communications system Camera schedule Camera(s) fixed – location and type Camera(s) pan/tilt/zoom – location and type Camera(s) dome – location and type Lens types and mounts Scanning system Resolution Signal to noise ratio Minimum illumination for useable video Monitor schedule Location and type Resolution Colour system Video input Recording system schedule Location and type Recording rate Recording modes Resolution Colour system Video/audio input Video/audio output

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