SOUND REINFORCEMENT SYSTEMS by wanghonghx

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									                  AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEMS
       NEBRASKA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COURT
    LOCATION: 1010 LINCOLN MALL, SUITE 100, LINCOLN, NE


I. SUMMARY

   1. This section includes complete audio/visual and control system(s). (Referred
      to as AV system hereafter). The intent of this specification is to provide a
      comprehensive list of equipment needed to meet the functional needs for a
      complete audio/visual system(s). The AV bidder should review the Invitation
      to Bid documents which include the drawings and this specification to
      familiarize itself with the complete scope of work. It is the responsibility of
      the awarded AV contractor to provide a complete and functional system in
      compliance with all of the specifications and drawings herein.

   2. It is the State’s intent to award the audio/visual and control system(s) bid as a
      total award to one contractor, if determined to be in the best interest of the
      State.

II. AV SYSTEMS

Large Hearing Room 109 - AV System

Hearing Room 107 – AV System

Hearing Room 112 – AV System

Training Room 123 – AV System

Mail Room 121 – AV System

Waiting Room 100 – Schedule Display

III. WORK BY OTHERS

   1. Video Conferencing Equipment, Installation, Implementation & Service
         a. WCC will be contracted to Nebraska Educational Telecommunications
            Government Systems (NET) to supply the following:
                 i. Codec – rack mounted in AV contractors equipment rack
                ii. Camera & Mount
               iii. Network configuration for video conferencing system

   2. The AV contractor is responsible for the following:
         a. Rack cables and interconnection of the codec
         b. Crestron transmit & receive devices, cable & installation for camera



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           c.   Camera control cable, installation & programming
           d.   Crestron programming of codec
           e.   Crestron touch panel design for video conferencing
           f.   Coordination with NET and owner

IV. SUBSTITUTIONS

   1. All items must be bid as specified and “No Substitutes” will be accepted other
      than those items indicated with an “or equivalent. The equivalent bid must
      meet or exceed the specifications of the brand specified. “Other”, responses of
      “or equivalent” items should be used only with a narrative response
      explaining in detail any deviation from the bidders ability to meet the
      specification, and an explanation of how this might be considered an
      equivalent bid to meeting the specification. Equivalents must be detailed in
      such a way that allows such deviations to be fully evaluated. The State of
      Nebraska shall determine at its sole discretion whether or not the bidder’s
      equivalent is acceptable.

   2. Vendors are cautioned to read this document carefully. Vendors must submit
      a complete response to the bid in the format detailed. Any and all exceptions
      to this specification must be written on or attached to the Invitation to Bid.
      Non-compliance can void your bid response.

V. SITE CONDITIONS
1. Bidder must understand that at time of installation the ceiling grid and pads could
   be substantially installed. Bidder is cautioned to take this into account when
   preparing their bid response. Contractor will be responsible for any damages to
   ceiling tiles and grid.

VI. COMPLETION DATE

   1. Substantial installation completion – June 17, 2011
   2. Commissioning, Training, Operation and Maintenance Manuals and As-Built
      Drawings – June 30, 2011, but no later than July 29, 2011.
   3. Delivery could be an important factor in the award of this bid. The bidder
      can______ or cannot _______meet the specified delivery date. (Please check)
      Bidder to include with bid response a timeline for completion of the work.

VII.   AV CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATIONS

   1. Submit a copy of all of the following authentic certification documents with
      the Invitation to Bid response. (A bidder that does not have the following
      certifications will not be eligible to submit a response to this ITB. . These
      certifications are to come from direct employees of the AV bidder. The
      certification dates should be current. The Crestron programming shall not be
      sub-contracted to a third party.



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         a.   Crestron DMC-E certification
         b.   Crestron DMC-D certification
         c.   Crestron Certified Programmer
         d.   Infocomm CTS
         e.   NICET Audio Level II or equivalent
              Other:_________________________________________

VIII. SCOPE OF WORK

  1. Install a complete AV system(s) per the drawings and specifications.

  2. Coordinate associated AV system conduit, back boxes, junction boxes and
     power provided & installed by the electrical contractor.

  3. Program digital signal processor(s), Crestron Digital Media system(s), AV
     control system(s) & interface to owners lighting control system.

  4. Touch panel design & button panel layout – The AV contractor shall
     interview the owner to gain a complete understanding of the functionality they
     require. In addition to the specified touch panels and button panels, provide an
     executable file to launch a Crestron Xpanel control panel interface on an
     owners specified PC. The purpose of this interface is to allow remote control
     of the rooms via PC. The owner reserves the right to request changes to the
     original touch panel and button panels during the course of the warranty
     period, at no additional cost.

  5. Programming includes but may not be limited to the following:
        a. System ON/OFF
        b. AV source selection
        c. Transport controls
        d. Camera presets – automated by voice activation or manual
        e. Audio level controls – mute, volume
        f. Display mute
        g. Lighting control – On, Off & Presets
        h. Video conferencing controls & easy buttons to set up system as a send
           site or a receive site
        i. Audio conferencing controls and easy dial buttons for (3) Hearing
           Rooms
        j. Digital audio recorder controls
        k. Digital audio recorder files, extraction of files via owners network.
                i. WCC must have the ability to extract the recorded audio files
                    via a simple user interface allowing them to transfer these files
                    to back up hard drive storage or off-site server storage. Please
                    account for this need and the development and implementation
                    of this system.




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       l. Real-time status monitoring of UPS. Setup a notification via email to
          IT manager if system enters protect mode or over-voltage occurs.
       m. Activate AV rack fan when temperature exceeds 80 degrees
          Fahrenheit.
       n. Crestron Roomview (free software Lite edition) for all rooms & AV
          devices. Visible on owners network.
       o. Crestron XPanel – Virtual touch panel interface loaded as an
          executable file on the owners PC for remote control of all AV systems.
       p. DSP programming for sound reinforcement shall be a mix minus
          system.
       q. DSP programming for sound reinforcement should include automatic
          mixers and tuned equalizers to produce sufficient audio gain-before-
          feedback.
       r. Sound reinforcement

6. Coordinate with owner’s IT staff to acquire IP addresses for video
   conferencing and digital recorder network interfaces.

7. Coordinate with owner’s telephone system and make connections for each
   court room to the Biamp TI-2 telephone interface cards. The AV contractor is
   responsible for the connections, setup, programming, testing & training of (3)
   audio conferencing systems, (1) per hearing room, using the integrated
   microphones, DSP, Crestron & loudspeakers. Prior to ordering DSP and
   interface cards, verify that the owner will be using an analog phone system
   which is compatible with the Biamp TI-2 interface cards.

8. Coordinate with owner’s IT staff to open a network port which will allow the
   AV contractor to VPN into the system for troubleshooting, programming
   changes and technical support. This service provided by the AV contractor is
   to be available to the owner for the duration of the (3) year warranty period.

9. Conduct coordination, engineering, installation, programming, testing,
   adjustments and equalization for the AV system.

10. Digital Media Commissioning – Generate and present a commissioning report
    for the Crestron Digital Media System. This report shall comply with the
    standards set by Crestron Electronics.

11. Coordinate exact and final flip-top interface locations with owner prior to
    installation. (see Crestron items in this specification)

12. Demonstrate complete AV system to the owner prior to training.




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  13. TRAINING - Provide AV system training to owner. Provide and coordinate
      training until the owner has agreed that all necessary personnel have been
      properly trained. Training shall be included & available to the owner for the
      duration of the (3) year warranty period.

  14. Provide full set of printed and electronic as-built drawings & owner’s manuals
      to architect.

  15. Warranty the AV system installation for the period of three (3) years after
      owner acceptance. This shall include programming changes & training as
      required to the original system design. Equipment shall be subject to the
      manufactures warranties. On-site service response time is expected to be no
      later than 48 hours from the time of the initial call.

  16. Programming files and code shall be property of the owner.

  17. Coordinate with NET as required for the video conferencing equipment and
      installation.

  18. Coordinate with owner and make connections to the provided PC which will
      be the source for the Waiting Room 100 Schedule Display. The PC will be
      located in Server Room 148. The owner may choose to have this schedule also
      viewable from other AV displays via Digital Media routing and programming.

IX. LARGE HEARING ROOM 109 - PRODUCTS

  1. WIRED MICROPHONES
     a. Qty. 9, Shure MX418D/S Microphone

  2. FLIP TOP AV INTERFACES
     a. Qty. 2, CRESTRON FT-PWR-D-LG Flip top interface
            i. Judges Bench
           ii. Court Reporter
     b. Qty. 4, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface
            i. Counsel Table 1
           ii. Counsel Table 2
          iii. Counsel Table 3
          iv. AV Podium
     c. Qty. 4, CRESTRON DM-TX-201-C
     d. Qty. 5, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

  3. AUDIO/VIDEO INTERCONNECT & END USER FLIP-TOP
     CABLING
     a. Qty. 5, CRESTRON CBL-HD-“LENGTH”
        – HDMI Cables




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   b. Qty. 5, CRESTRON CBL-VGA-“LENGTH”
       – VGA Cables
   c. Qty. 5, CRESTRON CBL-AUDIO-“LENGTH”
       – Audio Cables
   d. Qty. 5, AV Contractor provided, CAT6 cable
      (3’-5’ length estimated) from owner provided network jack to flip top
      panel

4. TOUCH PANEL
   a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON TPMC-9-B, Touch Panel

5. CONFIDENCE MONITOR
   a. Qty. 1, DELL 1910, 19” Flat Panel Monitor or equivalent
      Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
      Other: _____________________________________________
   b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
   c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-HD-DVI-X, HDMI to DVI Cable

6. A/V PODIUM/LECTERN
   a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface
   b. Qty. 1, Podium provided by owner
   c. Qty. 1, ELMO P10 Document Camera
   d. Qty. 1, SONY BDP-S380 DVD Player or equivalent
      Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
      Other: _____________________________________________
   e. Qty. 1, Owner provided PC & Laptop
          i. AV contractor to supply cabling for both devices
   f. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-300N
   g. Qty, 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-200
   h. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-MD6X1
   i. Qty. 1, SURGEX SX 1120RT, Power distribution & conditioning strip
   j. Qty. 1, MIDDLE ATLANTIC SRS2-9, Slide out rack
   k. Qty. 1, LOWELL SDD-214, Rack Drawer

7. CAMERA INPUT INTERFACE
   a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-201-C, Camera Interface

8. FLAT PANEL DISPLAYS
   a. Qty. 2, Panasonic TH-65PF20U or equivalent
      Brand and Model Bidding: ___________________________
      Other: ____________________________________________
   b. Qty. 2, Chief Manufacturing PDRUB, Articulating wall mount
   c. Qty. 2, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
   d. Qty. 2, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor




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   9. IN-CEILING LOUDSPEAKERS
      a. Qty. 10, Electrovoice C8.2, In-ceiling speaker

   10. DIGITAL RECORDER
       a. Qty. 1, Marantz PMD580, Network digital recorder

   11. CUSTOM PLATES
       a. Qty. as needed, Custom wall plates & floor box plates for AV junction
          box locations – Microphone connections, AV device connections, control
          connections etc. All items which pass through a j-box need to have a
          termination point at that box via its standard chassis mount connector on a
          plate. Noted at “WP” on one-line diagrams.
       b. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON MP-185-8G
              i. To serve as a connection point to all field Digital Media devices

X. HEARING ROOM 107 & 112 – PRODUCTS
     Quantities listed are for 1 room, typical of two.
     Base Bid includes both rooms.

   1. WIRED MICROPHONES
      a. Qty. 5, Shure MX418D/S Microphone

   2. TOUCH PANEL
      a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON TPMC-9-B, Touch Panel

   3. FLIP TOP AV INTERFACES
      a. Qty. 2, CRESTRON FT-PWR-D-LG Flip top interface
             i. Judges Bench
            ii. Court Reporter
      b. Qty. 3, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface
             i. Counsel Table 1
            ii. Counsel Table 2
           iii. AV Station
      c. Qty. 3, CRESTRON DM-TX-201-C
      d. Qty. 4, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

   4. AUDIO/VIDEO END USER FLIP-TOP CABLING
      a. Qty. 4, CRESTRON CBL-HD-“LENGTH”
          – HDMI Cables
      b. Qty. 4, CRESTRON CBL-VGA-“LENGTH”
          – VGA Cables
      c. Qty. 4, CRESTRON CBL-AUDIO-“LENGTH”
          – Audio Cables
      d. Qty. 4, AV Contractor provided, CAT6 cable
         (3’-5’ length estimated) from owner provided network jack to flip top
         panel



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  5. A/V CABINET
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface
     b. Qty. 1, A/V Station Millwork provided by owner
     c. Qty. 1, ELMO P10 Document Camera
     d. Qty. 1, SONY BDP-S380 DVD Player or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
        Other: _____________________________________________
     e. Qty. 1, Owner provided PC & Laptop
            i. AV contractor to supply cabling for both devices
     f. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-300N
     g. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-200
     h. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-MD6X1
     i. Qty. 1, SURGEX SX 1120RT, Power distribution & conditioning strip
     j. Qty. 1, LOWELL SDD-214, Rack Drawer

  6. FLAT PANEL DISPLAYS
     a. Qty. 1, Panasonic TH-65PF20U or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: ___________________________
        Other: ____________________________________________
     b. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified flat panel wall mount
     c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
     d. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

  7. IN-CEILING LOUDSPEAKERS
     a. Qty. 4, Electrovoice C8.2, In-ceiling speaker

  8. DIGITAL RECORDER
     a. Qty. 1, Marantz PMD580, Network digital recorder

  9. CUSTOM PLATES
     c. Qty. as needed, Custom wall plates & floor box plates for AV junction
        box locations – Microphone connections, AV device connections, control
        connections etc. All items which pass through a j-box need to have a
        termination point at that box via its standard chassis mount connector on a
        plate. Noted at “WP” on one-line diagrams.
     d. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON MP-185-8G
            i. To serve as a connection point to all field Digital Media devices

XI. TRAINING ROOM 123 – PRODUCTS

  1. FLIP TOP AV INTERFACE
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface will be purchased by
        owner to allow installation by table manufacturer. AV Contractor will
        need to complete connectivity.
            i. Owner provided and installed, outside of this AV systems contract



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       b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-300
       c. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

   2. FLAT PANEL DISPLAY
      a. Qty. 1, Panasonic TH-65PF20U or equivalent
         Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
         Other: _____________________________________________
      b. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified flat panel wall mount
      c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
      d. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

   3. IN-CEILING LOUDSPEAKERS
      a. Qty. 2, Electrovoice C8.2, In-ceiling speaker

   4. CUSTOM PLATES
      a. Qty. as needed, Custom wall plates & floor box plates for AV junction
         box locations – Microphone connections, AV device connections, control
         connections etc. All items which pass through a j-box need to have a
         termination point at that box via its standard chassis mount connector on a
         plate. Noted at “WP” on one-line diagrams.
      a. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON MP-185-8G
             ii. To serve as a connection point to all field Digital Media devices

   5. AUDIO/VIDEO END USER FLIP-TOP CABLING
      a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-HD-“LENGTH”
          – HDMI Cables
      b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-VGA-“LENGTH”
          – VGA Cables
      c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-AUDIO-“LENGTH”
          – Audio Cables
      d. Qty. 1, AV Contractor provided, CAT6 cable
         (3’-5’ length estimated) from owner provided network jack to flip top
         panel

XII.   MAIL ROOM 121 – PRODUCTS

   1. FLIP TOP AV INTERFACE
      a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON C2N-FTB-D Flip top interface will be purchased by
         owner to allow installation by table manufacturer. AV Contractor will
         need to complete connectivity.
             i. Owner provided and installed, outside of this AV systems contract
      b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-201-C
      c. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor




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  2. FLAT PANEL DISPLAY
     a. Qty. 1, Panasonic TH-65PF20U or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: ____________________________
        Other: _____________________________________________
     b. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified flat panel wall mount
     c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
     d. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

  3. IN-CEILING LOUDSPEAKERS
     a. Qty. 2, Electrovoice C8.2, In-ceiling speaker

  4. CUSTOM PLATES
     a. Qty. as needed, Custom wall plates & floor box plates for AV junction
        box locations – Microphone connections, AV device connections, control
        connections etc. All items which pass through a j-box need to have a
        termination point at that box via its standard chassis mount connector on a
        plate. Noted at “WP” on one-line diagrams.
     b. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON MP-185-8G
           iii. To serve as a connection point to all field Digital Media devices

  5. AUDIO/VIDEO END USER FLIP-TOP CABLING
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-HD-“LENGTH”
         – HDMI Cables
     b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-VGA-“LENGTH”
         – VGA Cables
     c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CBL-AUDIO-“LENGTH”
         – Audio Cables
     d. Qty. 1, AV Contractor provided, CAT6 cable
        (3’-5’ length estimated) from owner provided network jack to flip top
        panel

XIII. WAITING ROOM 100 – PRODUCTS

  1. SCHEDULING PC
     a. Qty. 1, Owner provided PC for scheduling display. AV Contractor will
        need to complete connectivity.
     b. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-TX-201-C
     c. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor

  2. FLAT PANEL DISPLAY
     a. Qty. 1, LG 42LD650H or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
        Other: _____________________________________________
     b. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified flat panel wall mount
     c. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-RMC-200-C
     d. Qty. 1, SURGEX SA82 Surface mount surge suppressor



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XIV. SERVER 148 – AV SYSTEM – PRODUCTS

  1. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR
     a. Qty. 11, Biamp AEC-2HD, Acoustic Echo Canceling 2 Ch. Input Card
     b. Qty. 11, Biamp OP-2e, 2 Channel Output Card
     c. Qty. 2, Biamp TI-2, 2 Channel Telephone Interface Card
     d. Qty. 2, Biamp AudiaFlex-CM, Digital Signal Processor Chassis
     e. Qty. 1, Biamp, EXPI-4 Input expander
     f. Qty. 1, Biamp, EXPO-4 Output expander
     g. Qty. 1, CISCO SD208P, Cobranet switch
     h. Qty. 4, RDL TX-J2, Transformer

  2. POWER AMPLIFIERS
     a. Qty. 2, QSC CX168, Eight Channel Power Amplifier
     b. Qty. 2, Lowell SSV-2V, Security Cover

  3. AUDIO/VIDEO SWITCHERS & I/O CARDS
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DM-MD16X16-RPS, Digital Media Switcher
     b. Qty. 3, CRESTRON DMC-CAT Digital Media - Input Card - Input Card
     c. Qty. 10, CRESTRON DMC-C Digital Media - Input Card - 8G Input Card
     d. Qty. 3, CRESTRON DMC-HD Digital Media - Input Card - HDMI Input
        Card
     e. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DMCO-5555 Digital Media - Output Card
     f. Qty. 1, CRESTRON DMCO-3333 Digital Media - Output Card

  4. AV NETWORK SWITCHES & POE
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CEN-SW-POE-24, 24 Port Ethernet Switch
     b. Qty. 1, CISCO SD208P, 8 Port Ethernet Switch

  5. AUDIO/VIDEO MONITORING
     a. Qty. 1, LG 22LH200C, 22” Flat Panel Display or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
        Other: ______________________________________________
     b. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified, Flat Panel Mount and Rack Panel –
        Mount flat panel to AV rack for preview monitor
     c. Qty. 1, SONY MDR-7506, Headphones or equivalent
        Brand and Model Bidding: _____________________________
        Other: _____________________________________________
     d. Qty. 1, Whirlwind HAUC, Headphone Amplifier
     e. Qty. 1, AV Contractor specified, Headphone Hanger Rack Accessory

  6. CONTROL SYSTEM
     a. Qty. 1, CRESTRON CP2E Control System\
     b. Qty. 3, CRESTRON C2N-HBLOCK, Cresnet connecting block
     c. Qty 1, CRESTRON CNXRMAK, Rack Kit
     d. Qty. 4, CRESTRON ST-COM, RS-232 Interface



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            i. Interface to low voltage lighting control system by others
   e.   Qty. 2, CRESTRON ST-RMK, Rack Kit
   f.   Qty. 2, CRESTRON CNPWS-75 Power Supply
   g.   Qty. 1, CRESTRON Roomview, Lite Edition (free)
            i. To be loaded on owners PC for monitoring all rooms over Ethernet
   h.   Qty. 1, CRESTRON, AV contractor custom XPanel –
        Graphic User Interface
            i. To be loaded on owners PC for control of all rooms over Ethernet
   i.   Qty. as needed, CRESTRON power supplies
            i. AV contractor is required to do power calculations to determine
                the number of watts needed to properly power all devices.

7. SYSTEM ON/OFF & POWER DISTRIBUTION
   a. Qty. 1, MIDDLE ATLANTIC, UPS-2200R, Uninterruptible power supply
   b. Qty. 1, SURGEX 1120RT, Power distribution & conditioning strip
   c. Qty. 1, Lowell SSV-2V, Security Cover
   d. Qty. as needed, AV Contractor Specified, Multi Outlet Power Strips

8. EQUIPMENT RACKS & ACCESSORIES
   a. Qty. 1, Lowell LER-7732, Equipment Rack
   b. Qty. 1, LOWELL RL-1 Rack service light
   c. Qty. 1, LOWELL FW4-7, Fan Kit
   d. Qty. 1, LOWELL RPC-1-20A-CD, Remote power module
          i. Crestron controlled by rack temperature, to turn on/off fan kit
   e. Qty. 1, LOWELL SDD-214, Rack Drawer
   f. Qty. as needed, Security covers & blank panels

9. INSTALLATION CABLE & CONNECTORS
   a. Specify plenum or non-plenum cable as required by code
   b. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON DM-CBL-P
      -Digital Media Cable
   c. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON DM-CBL-8G-P
      -Digital Media Cable - 8G
   d. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON DM-CONN-20
      -Digital Media Connectors
   e. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON DM-8G-CONN-100
      -Digital Media 8G Connectors
   f. Qty. as needed, WEST PENN 25452B
      -Microphone/Line Level Audio Cable
   g. Qty. as needed, WEST PENN 25224B
      -Loudspeaker Cable
   h. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CRESNET-P-TL-SP500
      -Cresnet Cable
   i. Qty. as needed, West Penn 254245, CAT5e cable




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12. AUDIO/VIDEO INTERCONNECT CABLING
    a. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-HD-“LENGTH”
       – HDMI Cables
    b. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-HD-DVI-“LENGTH”
       – HDMI to DVI Cables
    c. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-RCA3-“LENGTH”
       – Component Video Cables
    d. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-RCA2-“LENGTH”
       – Dual Audio Cables
    e. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-VGA-“LENGTH”
       – VGA Cables
    f. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON CBL-AUDIO-“LENGTH”
       – Audio Cables
    g. Qty. as needed, CRESTRON, IR emitters
    h. Qty. as needed, AV Contractor provided, CAT6 cables


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                                State of Nebraska
                            State Purchasing Bureau
                          Special Terms and Conditions

A.   PERMITS, REGULATIONS, LAWS
     The contractor shall procure and pay for all permits, licenses and approvals
     necessary for the execution of the project. The contractor shall comply with all
     applicable local, state, and federal laws, ordinances, rules, orders and
     regulations.

B.   INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
     The contractor shall not commence work under this contract until he or she has
     obtained all the insurance required hereunder and such insurance has been
     approved by the State. The contractor shall not allow any subcontractor to
     commence work on his or her subcontract until all similar insurance required of
     the subcontractor has been obtained and approved by the State (or contractor).
     Approval of the insurance by the State shall not limit, relieve or decrease the
     liability of the contractor hereunder.

     If by the terms of any insurance a mandatory deductible is required, or if the
     contractor elects to increase the mandatory deductible amount, the contractor
     shall be responsible for payment of the amount of the deductible in the event of a
     paid claim.

     1.     WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE
            The contractor shall take out and maintain during the life of this contract
            the statutory Workers’ Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance
            for all of the contactors’ employees to be engaged in work on the project
            under this contract and, in case any such work is sublet, the contractor
            shall require the subcontractor similarly to provide Worker's
            Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance for all of the
            subcontractor’s employees to be engaged in such work. This policy shall
            be written to meet the statutory requirements for the state in which the
            work is to be performed, including Occupational Disease. This policy
            shall include a waiver of subrogation in favor of the State. The amounts
            of such insurance shall not be less than the limits stated hereinafter.

     2.     COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE AND
            COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE
            The contractor shall take out and maintain during the life of this contract
            such Commercial General Liability Insurance and Commercial Automobile
            Liability Insurance as shall protect contractor and any subcontractor
            performing work covered by this contract from claims for damages for
            bodily injury, including death, as well as from claims for property damage,
            which may arise from operations under this contract, whether such
            operation be by the contractor or by any subcontractor or by anyone
            directly or indirectly employed by either of them, and the amounts of such
            insurance shall not be less than limits stated hereinafter.




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     The Commercial General Liability Insurance shall be written on an
     occurrence basis, and provide Premises/Operations, Products/Completed
     Operations, Independent Contractors, Personal Injury and Contractual
     Liability coverage. The policy shall include the State, and others as
     required by the Contract Documents, as an Additional Insured. This
     policy shall be primary, and any insurance or self-insurance carried by the
     State shall be considered excess and non-contributory. The Commercial
     Automobile Liability Insurance shall be written to cover all Owned, Non-
     owned and Hired vehicles.

3.   INSURANCE COVERAGE AMOUNTS REQUIRED

     a.     WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY
            Coverage A                    Statutory
            Coverage B
            Bodily Injury by Accident     $100,000          each
            accident
            Bodily Injury by Disease      $500,000 policy limit
            Bodily Injury by Disease      $100,000          each
            employee

     b.     COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY
            General Aggregate                             $2,000,000
            Products/Completed Operations Aggregate       $2,000,000
            Personal/Advertising Injury                   $1,000,000 any one
            person
            Bodily Injury/Property Damage                 $1,000,000         per
            occurrence
            Fire Damage                                   $50,000 any one fire
            Medical Payments                              $5,000    any     one
            person

     c.     COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY
            Bodily Injury/Property Damage   $1,000,000 combined
            single limit

     d.     UMBRELLA/EXCESS LIABILITY
            Over Primary Insurance                        $1,000,000         per
            occurrence

4.   EVIDENCE OF COVERAGE
     The contractor should furnish the State, with their bid response, a
     certificate of insurance coverage complying with the above requirements,
     which State Purchasing will submit to Administrative Services, Risk
     Management Division, 301 Centennial Mall S, 1st Fl, Lincoln, NE 68508
     (facsimile 402-471-2800). These certificates or the cover sheet shall
     reference the ITB number, and the certificates shall include the name of
     the company, policy numbers, effective dates, dates of expiration and
     amounts and types of coverage afforded. If the State is damaged by the
     failure of the contractor to maintain such insurance, then the contractor
     shall be responsible for all reasonable costs properly attributable thereto.


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            Notice of cancellation of any required insurance policy must be submitted
            to Administrative Services Risk Management when issued and a new
            coverage binder shall be submitted immediately to ensure no break in
            coverage.

C.   CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL
     The contractor warrants that all persons assigned to the project shall be
     employees of the contractor or specified subcontractors, and shall be fully
     qualified to perform the work required herein. Personnel employed by the
     contractor to fulfill the terms of the contract shall remain under the sole direction
     and control of the contractor. The contractor shall include a similar provision in
     any contract with any subcontractor selected to perform work on the project.

     The State reserves the right to require the contractor to reassign or remove from
     the project any contractor or subcontractor employee.

     In respect to its employees, the contractor agrees to be responsible for the
     following:

     1.     any and all employment taxes and/or other payroll withholding;
     2.     any and all vehicles used by the contractor’s employees, including all
            insurance required by state law;
     3.     damages incurred by contractor’s employees within the scope of their
            duties under the contract;
     4.     maintaining workers’ compensation and health insurance and submitting
            any reports on such insurance to the extent required by governing State
            law; and
     5.     determining the hours to be worked and the duties to be performed by the
            contractor’s employees.

D.   ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
     The bidder shall not take advantage of any errors and/or omissions in this
     Invitation to Bid or resulting contract. The bidder must promptly notify the State
     of any errors and/or omissions that are discovered.

E.   STATE PROPERTY
     The contractor shall be responsible for the proper care and custody of any State-
     owned property which is furnished for the contractor's use during the
     performance of the contract. The contractor shall reimburse the State for any
     loss or damage of such property, normal wear and tear is expected.

F.   SITE RULES AND REGULATIONS
     The contractor shall use its best efforts to ensure that its employees, agents and
     subcontractors comply with site rules and regulations while on State premises. If
     the contractor must perform on-site work outside of the daily operational hours
     set forth by the State, it must make arrangements with the State to ensure
     access to the facility and the equipment has been arranged. No additional
     payment will be made by the State on the basis of lack of access, unless the
     State fails to provide access as agreed to between the State and the contractor.




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G.   PAYMENT
     State will render payment to contractor when the terms and conditions of the
     contract and specifications have been satisfactorily completed on the part of the
     contractor as solely determined by the State. Payment will be made by the
     responsible agency in compliance with the State of Nebraska Prompt Payment
     Act (See Neb. Rev. Stat. §81-2401 through 81-2408). The State may require the
     contractor to accept payment by electronic means such as ACH deposit. In no
     event shall the State be responsible or liable to pay for any services provided by
     the contractor prior to the Effective Date, and the contractor hereby waives any
     claim or cause of action for any such services. The State cannot make advance
     payments.

H.   COOPERATION WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS
     The contractor shall agree to cooperate with such other contractors, and shall not
     commit or permit any act which may interfere with the performance of work by
     any other contractor.

I.   TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE
     Time is of the essence in this contract. The acceptance of late performance with
     or without objection or reservation by the State shall not waive any rights of the
     State nor constitute a waiver of the requirement of timely performance of any
     obligations on the part of the contractor remaining to be performed.




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