Alto 818 Series Controllers A&E Specs

Alto 818SC / Alto 818SX
Security Management System
8-door controller
A/E Guideform Specification
Version 1.0
NOTES:
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The following A/E Guideform Specification conforms to CSI guidelines to provide Specifiers an easy way to
include Westinghouse Security Electronics products in their specifications.
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The specifier should carefully select the portions of this document that fit the intended application.
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Feel free to consult with your Westinghouse Security Electronics systems integrator regarding your
particular application.
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Optional feature choices are represented by items enclosed in brackets [ ].
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This document is considered accurate through the date on the cover. For updated specifications, call
Westinghouse Security Electronics at 408 727-6521, or visit the WSE Web page at
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The following individuals and organizations contributed to this document:
Editor/project team leader:
- Brent A. Duncan, Marketing Publications Specialist
Core team members:
- Joe Bridgman, Area Sales Manager
- Brian Giampaoli, Area Sales Manager
- Joe Oesterle, US Sales Manager
With contributions by:
- Frank Binzoni, VP Sales & Marketing
- Ken Butte, Project Manager/Readers and Cards
- Bill Blasdell, VP Engineering
- James Col lins, Senior Design Engineer
- Dana Frischer, Area Sales Manager
- Susan Goldin, Technical Writer
- Tim Hillbun, System Test & Evaluation Manager
- Peter Keep, Marketing Services Manager
- Steve Lever, Field Service Engineer
- Troy Mickle, Marketing Communications Specialist
- Jim Reeve, Software Engineer
- Alec Ratliff, Field Service Engineer
- Bill Richardson, Technical Instructor
- Ping Saye, Design Enginerring Manager
- Tony Smith, Software Engineer
- George Souza, Project Team Director
- Rick Sparks, Project Manager/Controllers
- Matt Wenzel, Field Service Manager
With special thanks to:
- John Suhr, Engineering Director, Tomasi-Dubois & Assoc. Sec. Consultants
- Construction Services Institute
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Table of Contents
PART I GENERAL ................................................................................................................................................................1
.1 SECTION INCLUDES ........................................................................................................................................1
A. Section includes specifications for an integrated security management system
which shall perform the following general services: ..........................................................1
1. Access control. ......................................................................................................................1
2. Alarm monitoring. ................................................................................................................1
3. Reporting functions. .............................................................................................................1
4. Security management functions. ........................................................................................1
.2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................................................1
A. Access Control System:....................................................................................................................1
1. Access management system (System) shall monitor and control access to
areas defined herein. .................................................................................................1
2. System shall be capable of supporting multiple access control technologies
at each door, as well as alarm inputs and control outputs. .................................1
3. System shall consist of a microprocessor based controller, card readers
and/or Keypads [and host software]. .......................................................................1
4. System shall be capable of operating with or without host software station. .............1
5. Specific types of devices and their functions shall be addressed in relevant
sections. .......................................................................................................................1
B. Description of work: .........................................................................................................................1
1. The Systems Integrator shall include all necessary labor, tools, equipment,
and ancillary materials required to furnish and install a complete and
operational access control and alarm monitoring system...................................1
2. Access Control System will manage access to [building] [and] [selected
areas] using [encoded cards.] [and/or] [coded Keypads.] .....................................1
3. The extent of Access Control System work is defined to include, but not by
way of limitation: .......................................................................................................1
4. Requirements are indicated elsewhere in these specifications for work
including, but not limited to, raceways and electrical boxes and
fittings required for installation of control equipment and wiring: not
the work of this section. ............................................................................................1
.3 SUBMITTALS .....................................................................................................................................................1
A. Product Data: Submit for prior approval, [__________] copies of manufacturer’s
data on Proximity or Magnetic Stripe Access Control System and components. ............1
B. Shop Drawings: Submit dimensioned drawings of [proximity] [and/or] [Magnetic
Stripe] [and/or] [Keypad] Access Control System and accessories including,
central controller, external keyboard and printer, [proximity card reading
sensors] [or magnetic stripe card readers,] [Keypads,] power supplies
switches and ancillary equipment. ........................................................................................1
C. One Line Diagram: Submit a one line diagram of the system configuration
proposed if it differs from that illustrated in the riser diagram included in
these specifications. Submittals indicating typical riser diagrams are not
acceptable. .................................................................................................................................2
D. Operator’s Manual: Submit for prior approval, [__________] copies of
manufacturer’s manual for programming and operating the Alto 818SC/SX
system and its related components. ......................................................................................2
.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE: ....................................................................................................................................2
A. Manufacturer: Manufacturer of products defined in this section must have: .........................2
1. Industry experience: Company must have at least 20 years experience in
manufacturing and servicing access management systems. ...............................2
2. ISO 9001 Certification: Manufacturing process of company must meet
stringent standards of ISO 9001 Certification.........................................................2
B. Systems Integrator: ..........................................................................................................................2
1. Company with a minimum of [5 (five)] years system design, engineering
supervision, and installation experience in the alarm, building
automation, or Access Control industry. ................................................................2
2. Company that is trained and authorized to install manufacturer products. ................2
C. System Checkout: .............................................................................................................................2
1. Pre-testing: All components and assemblies of the control unit are to be
pre-tested at the factory prior to shipment. ............................................................2
2. Burn-in: 1,000 hours at normal operating conditions or equivalency. ........................2
3. On-site testing: Manufacturer trained and authorized Systems Integrator
shall functionally test each component in the system after
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installation to verify proper operation and confirm that the panel
wiring and addressing conform to the wiring documentation........................... 2
4. Service facility: Systems Integrator shall have service facilities within
[_____] miles of the installation. .............................................................................. 2
D. Regulatory Requirements: ............................................................................................................. 2
1. NEC Compliance: All electrical wiring work shall comply to NEC. ........................... 2
2. NEMA Compliance: Electrical equipment shall comply with applicable
portions of NEMA. ..................................................................................................... 2
3. FCC Emissions: All assemblies shall be in compliance with FCC emission
standards. ................................................................................................................... 2
4. UL-1012 and CSA: All power supplies shall be in compliance with
Underwriters Laboratories standard 1012 and CSA standards for
power supplies........................................................................................................... 2
5. [UL-294: The system shall comply with Underwriters Laboratories
standard 294 for Access Control Systems. (Alto 818 SX only)] ............................ 2
E. Warranty: .......................................................................................................................................... 2
1. Analog Proximity Command Cards: No less than 5 (five) years................................... 2
2. Digital Command Cards: No less than 1 (one) year. ...................................................... 2
3. System Components: 15 (fifteen) months from shipment date or 12
(twelve) months from date of purchase by Systems Integrator,
whichever comes first. ............................................................................................. 2
PART II PRODUCT .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
.1 MATERIALS & COMPONENTS ...................................................................................................................... 3
A. System Description: ........................................................................................................................ 3
1. The Access Control and Security system within the building shall consist of
a microprocessor based controller that can be either a standalone or
a networked unit with means to program, monitor intrusion and
limit access to a single, or a series of, one-door to eight-door
controlled areas. ........................................................................................................ 3
2. A single system shall support up to 8 (eight) card reading sensors [and/or
Keypads] and up to 8 (eight) modules of 4 (four) inputs each. ........................... 3
3. Cards: .................................................................................................................................... 3
4. Keypad modes:.................................................................................................................... 3
5. The Access Control and Security System shall provide complete software
and hardware to operate with the following features: ......................................... 3
B. Hardware features: .......................................................................................................................... 4
1. Access Controller (Alto 818 SC / Alto 818 SX):.............................................................. 4
2. Multiple Switch Monitor (774A): ..................................................................................... 5
3. Annunciator Control Module (778A): ............................................................................ 6
4. Digital Proximity Key Reading Sensor (DigiReader):................................................ 7
5. Keypad (VIP-2): .................................................................................................................. 8
6. Analog Proximity Card Reading Sensor (SE 2800 Series): ......................................... 9
7. Analog Proximity Card Reading Sensor—Compact Model (2804): ......................... 10
8. QuadraKey Digital Proximity Command Card: ........................................................ 11
9. NexKey Digital Proximity Command Card: ............................................................... 11
10. DuraKey Digital Proximity Command Card: .......................................................... 12
11. Analog Proximity Command Card ([SE 1050] [SE1060]): ...................................... 13
12. Power Supply, Controller (3018): ................................................................................ 13
13. Power Supply with battery backup, Controller (3718S or 718SUL): .................... 14
14. Power Supply (PI-1): ...................................................................................................... 14
15. Accessories ....................................................................................................................... 15
C. Controller software features: ....................................................................................................... 16
1. Control operation: Based on the ability to force relay lock outputs to an
operating mode. Forcing action may be initiated by: ......................................... 16
2. Access Codes: .................................................................................................................... 16
3. Holidays: ............................................................................................................................ 16
4. Card Commands: The user shall be able to define command cards
according to the following parameters:................................................................ 16
5. Card functions: Card functions shall include: ............................................................. 16
6. Monitoring (if monitoring module is required): .......................................................... 17
7. Annunciation (if Annunciator is used): ........................................................................ 17
8. Alarm Shunting: ............................................................................................................... 17
9. Forced Entry Alarms: ...................................................................................................... 17
10. Passwords: ....................................................................................................................... 17
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11. Printed Data Output: System shall be capable of selecting which access
and monitor point activity messages are to be output the printer. The
system shall be capable of printing the following information:........................18
12. Sensors:..............................................................................................................................18
13. Dial-up:..............................................................................................................................18
14. Telecommunications: ....................................................................................................18
PART III EXECUTION .......................................................................................................................................................18
.1 EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND DOCUMENTATION .........................................................................18
A. Installation: ......................................................................................................................................18
1. The Proximity Access Control and Alarm Monitoring System shall be
installed and wired completely as shown on the plans by a trained
and authorized Westinghouse Security Electronics Systems
Integrator. ..................................................................................................................18
2. Systems Integrator shall make all necessary wiring connections to
external devices and equipment. ...........................................................................18
B. Telephone Lines: ............................................................................................................................18
1. The owner shall arrange for dedicated or dial-up telephone lines for the
telecommunications equipment as shown on the plans. ..................................18
2. Each phone line shall be terminated in an RJ-11 telephone jack. ..............................18
3. Note: Any connections to the public telephone system require
notification of the local telephone company. See Specific
instructions in manual for modem used...........................................................18
C. Documentation: ..............................................................................................................................19
1. Accurate “as built” drawings shall be furnished by the Systems Integrator
to aid the owner in programming. These should indicate the door(s)
controlled by each lock output, the monitoring points for the door
controlled area, and any annunciator outputs or special inputs into
the system. ................................................................................................................19
2. The Systems Integrator shall supply operating and maintenance manuals
to aid the owner in the programming of the system...........................................19
.2 SERVICE AND SUPPORT ................................................................................................................................19
A. Startup:..............................................................................................................................................19
1. After the system has been installed, the documentation delivered to the
owner and the telephone lines are operational in compliance with
Part III.1 above, the Systems Integrator shall verify correct operation
of all system components. ......................................................................................19
2. The Systems Integrator shall guarantee all material and workmanship
involving the system for up to [_____] year after startup. ...................................19
B. Training: ...........................................................................................................................................19
1. After system startup, the Systems Integrator shall instruct owners
personnel in how to program the system and demonstrate a typical
operating program for a single door controlled area. .........................................19
C. Warranty Support:..........................................................................................................................19
1. The Authorized Systems Integrator shall be available during the warranty
period to answer programming and application questions to support
owners personnel during this period. ..................................................................19
2. [Option: The Authorized Systems Integrator shall have capability to have a
remote terminal for programming the Access Controller to support
the owner’s personnel during this period. The owners system shall
include a modem SE Model # 5200 or equal, necessary cabling and
telephone extension to support this telecommunications operation.] ............19
3. [Option: The Authorized Systems Integrator shall have the training and
capability to provide additional support services including: .............................19
PART IV APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................................................A
.1 READ RANGE MATRIX ................................................................................................................................... A
.2 MOUNTING DIAGRAMS ................................................................................................................................. A
A. Alto 818SX/Alto 818SC: ....................................................................................................................A
B. Multiple Switch Monitor (774-A): ................................................................................................. B
C. 778 Annunciator Control Module (Annunciator): ................................................................... C
.3 SAMPLE SYSTEM DIAGRAMS ...................................................................................................................... D
A. Alto 818 SC Digital Proximity with Keypad: ............................................................................. D
B. Alto 818SX Analog Proximity with Keypad:............................................................................... E
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Alto 818SC / Alto 818SX Security Management System
A/E Specification Summary
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Access Control Ports:
8
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Unsupervised Monitor Points:1
9 maximum
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Supervised Monitor Points:2
32 maximum
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Outputs, Lock and Auxiliary:
16 maximum
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Cards without names:
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Cards with names:
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Access Codes:
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Event Report Schedules:
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Transaction Buffer:
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Card Technology:
11,200
4,400
120
32
4,000 transactions
- Digital Proximity
- Analog Proximity
- Keypad
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Operator Interface Methods:
- Terminal: RS232/ASCII Protocol
- Host: RS232 or 20mA/ASCII, modem or
SEEP protocol
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Communications to Keypad:
- 1 RS 485 Ports
Twisted pair
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Regulatory Approval:
FCC, UL-1012, CSA, UL 294
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Environmental:
The controller shall be designed to
operate properly within relative humidity
range of 0% to 90% non-condensing and
within a temperature range of 20° to
120° F (-7° to +50° C).
1
2
keypad and Controller tamper only.
via MSM only.
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PART I
.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
.2
GENERAL
Section includes specifications for an integrated security management system which shall perform
the following general services:
1.
Access control.
2.
Alarm monitoring.
3.
Reporting functions.
4.
Security management functions.
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
A.
B.
Access Control System:
1.
Access management system (System) shall monitor and control access to areas defined herein.
2.
System shall be capable of supporting multiple access control technologies at each door, as well
as alarm inputs and control outputs.
3.
System shall consist of a microprocessor based controller, card readers and/or Keypads [and host
software].
4.
System shall be capable of operating with or without host software station.
5.
Specific types of devices and their functions shall be addressed in relevant sections.
Description of work:
1.
The Systems Integrator shall include all necessary labor, tools, equipment, and ancillary
materials required to furnish and install a complete and operational access control and alarm
monitoring system.
2.
Access Control System will manage access to [building] [and] [selected areas] using [encoded
cards.] [and/or] [coded Keypads.]
3.
The extent of Access Control System work is defined to include, but not by way of limitation:
4.
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a.
[_____] central controllers.
b.
[_____] external keyboard and printer (directly or via central host).
c.
[_____] proximity card reading sensors.
d.
[_____] Keypads.
e.
[_____] input monitoring modules.
f.
[_____] output relay modules.
g.
Wiring, power supplies, switches and ancillary equipment.
Requirements are indicated elsewhere in these specifications for work including, but not limited
to, raceways and electrical boxes and fittings required for installation of control equipment and
wiring: not the work of this section.
SUBMITTALS
A.
Product Data: Submit for prior approval, [__________] copies of manufacturer’s data on Proximity or
Magnetic Stripe Access Control System and components.
B.
Shop Drawings: Submit dimensioned drawings of [proximity] [and/or] [Magnetic Stripe] [and/or]
[Keypad] Access Control System and accessories including, central controller, external keyboard and
printer, [proximity card reading sensors] [or magnetic stripe card readers,] [Keypads,] power supplies
switches and ancillary equipment.
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C.
One Line Diagram: Submit a one line diagram of the system configuration proposed if it differs from
that illustrated in the riser diagram included in these specifications. Submittals indicating typical riser
diagrams are not acceptable.
D. Operator’s Manual: Submit for prior approval, [__________] copies of manufacturer’s manual for
programming and operating the Alto 818SC/SX system and its related components.
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QUALITY ASSURANCE:
A.
B.
C.
Manufacturer: Manufacturer of products defined in this section must have:
1.
Industry experience: Company must have at least 20 years experience in manufacturing and
servicing access management systems.
2.
ISO 9001 Certification: Manufacturing process of company must meet stringent standards of ISO
9001 Certification.
Systems Integrator:
1.
Company with a minimum of [5 (five)] years system design, engineering supervision, and
installation experience in the alarm, building automation, or Access Control industry.
2.
Company that is trained and authorized to install manufacturer products.
System Checkout:
1.
Pre-testing: All components and assemblies of the control unit are to be pre-tested at the factory
prior to shipment.
2.
Burn-in: 1,000 hours at normal operating conditions or equivalency.
3.
On-site testing: Manufacturer trained and authorized Systems Integrator shall functionally test
each component in the system after installation to verify proper operation and confirm that the
panel wiring and addressing conform to the wiring documentation.
4.
Service facility: Systems Integrator shall have service facilities within [_____] miles of the
installation.
D. Regulatory Requirements:
E.
1.
NEC Compliance: All electrical wiring work shall comply to NEC.
2.
NEMA Compliance: Electrical equipment shall comply with applicable portions of NEMA.
3.
FCC Emissions: All assemblies shall be in compliance with FCC emission standards.
a.
Microprocessor based controller: Part 15, Subpart F, Class A.
b.
Proximity Card Reading Sensors: Part 15, Subpart F (field disturbance sensors).
c.
Dial-up modems: Part 68.
4.
UL-1012 and CSA: All power supplies shall be in compliance with Underwriters Laboratories
standard 1012 and CSA standards for power supplies.
5.
[UL-294: The system shall comply with Underwriters Laboratories standard 294 for Access
Control Systems. (Alto 818 SX only)]
Warranty:
1.
Analog Proximity Command Cards: No less than 5 (five) years.
2.
Digital Command Cards: No less than 1 (one) year.
3.
System Components: 15 (fifteen) months from shipment date or 12 (twelve) months from date of
purchase by Systems Integrator, whichever comes first.
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PART II
.1
PRODUCT
MATERIALS & COMPONENTS
A.
System Description:
1.
The Access Control and Security system within the building shall consist of a microprocessor
based controller that can be either a standalone or a networked unit with means to program,
monitor intrusion and limit access to a single, or a series of, one-door to eight-door controlled
areas.
2.
A single system shall support up to 8 (eight) card reading sensors [and/or Keypads] and up to 8
(eight) modules of 4 (four) inputs each.
3.
Cards:
4.
5.
a.
Digital Proximity: QuadraKey, DuraKey, NexKey.
b.
Analog Proximity: 1030, 1040, 1050, 1060 cards.
Keypad modes:
a.
Standalone mode with user entered card number for access, or
b.
In conjunction with sensor for dual verification entry.
The Access Control and Security System shall provide complete software and hardware to operate
with the following features:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
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Database: Database shall store all user operating data and handle event reporting for all
possible attached devices, and shall contain memory capacity for the following:
1)
Users with unique ID: 11,200.
2)
Users with 12 character name and unique numeric ID: up to 4,400.
Event activity: System shall designate activity as an alarm or non-alarm condition, dependent
upon modules installed, and shall report activity for:
1)
Supervised monitor points: 32 maximum.
2)
Unsupervised monitor points: 9 maximum.
3)
Outputs: 16 maximum.
Relay outputs: System shall initiate relay output commands based on:
1)
Card Access Activity.
2)
Operator Keyboard Inputs.
3)
Pre-programmed Time Schedule.
4)
Switch Input.
System diagnostics:
1)
Automatic system diagnostics and automatic alarming based on detected faults in the
controller, sensors, wiring, and multiple switch monitor.
2)
Off-line diagnostics for checking the integrity of controller’s memory (RAM and ROM
test), annunciator control test and radio frequency interference test.
Communication modes: System shall communicate activity in either of two modes, as
follows:
1)
Standalone mode: In standalone mode, all system activity messages to the operator shall
be printed in plain English Language Text. Mnemonic type or transaction code type
operator messages are not acceptable, or;
2)
Networked mode: In networked (Host) mode, the Alto 818SC/SX will be polled by a Host
system for activity messages. All system activity messages to the Host system shall be
binary for efficient data communications supporting SEEP protocol. The Host shall have
the responsibility for acknowledging and translating the received messages. While
operating in Host mode, a second port on the Controller shall be available for standalone
mode connection and output.
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f.
Battery back-up: The Access Control and Security System shall include internal battery
backup to maintain controller database, program, time, date, and building mode during a
power loss.
g.
Passwords:
1)
The System shall utilize passwords.
2)
A password must be used by operator to gain access to the system commands.
3)
Authorization levels: Each password shall be assigned to one of 6 (six) authorization
levels.
4)
Operator passwords defined: up to 8 (eight).
5)
Duplication: If a password is duplicated, the Alto 818SX/SC will only recognize the first
occurrence.
h.
Pre-programmed: The Access Control and Security System shall have WSE pre-programmed
default data for ease in start-up and testing of equipment.
i.
Transaction buffer: 4,000 transactions, minimum.
j.
Off-site programming: The Access Control and Security System shall allow for off-site
programming via dial-up modem.
k.
Automatic dial-up: The Access Control and Security System shall provide means of using
automatic “dial-up” smart modem to automatically report alarms or send messages to remote
terminals.
l.
Disk backup: The Access Control and Security System shall allow for disk backup and
restoration of user data in the event of database loss.
m. Modular components: The Access Control and Security System shall be such that its
controller(s) are modular and expandable in design so that it can accommodate facility
growth.
B.
Hardware features:
1.
Access Controller (Alto 818 SC / Alto 818 SX):
a.
b.
General: The [Alto 818SX] [Alto 818SC] (Controller) shall be a microprocessor based, 8 (eight)
door controller that provides the following functions in the System:
1)
Provides central control for all devices attached.
2)
Makes decisions for access.
3)
Responds to monitor activity.
4)
Receives input to control its decision making.
5)
Reports activity to other devices.
Capacities:
1)
Addressable devices: Via coaxial cable or twisted pair, Controller shall have following
capacities:
(i) Analog Proximity sensors: up to 8 (eight) via coaxial cable.
(ii)
Digital Proximity sensors: up to 8 (eight) via twisted pair.
(iii) Keypads: up to 8 Keypads.
c.
2)
Contact inputs: up to 32 contact inputs for alarm and status reports via coax.
3)
Controller shall provide for operation of electrified locking hardware by means contact
fused relays, each with a rating of 3 amps.
4)
Controller shall have means to connect a remote annunciator control module with 8
(eight) output alarm contacts and 1 master latched alarm contact. Module shall also have
building mode indicator and mode selector switch and remote switch connections.
Specifications:
1)
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Dimensions: 18 in. X 10.5 in. X 2.3 in. (45.7 X 26.7 X 5.8 cm).
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d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
2.
Mounting:
1)
The Controller shall be capable of being wall mounted.
2)
All wiring connections shall be provided at the top and right side of the unit for ease of
access.
3)
The front cover, containing 6 self-contained screws, shall remove for access to internal
switches and parts.
Power:
1)
Source: Power is provided via wiring from a Power Supply unit (see section 2 or 3).
2)
Consumption: 650 mA at 16 volts AC and 500 ma at 25.2 volts AC input (typical).
3)
Battery: A low voltage battery shall maintain the internally stored database setup when
no power is available to the controller.
Wiring:
1)
Host, terminal or printer: 2 (two) 9-pin female Phoenix.
2)
RS-485 (for Keypads and/or digital proximity readers): Phoenix.
3)
20mA communications to other Controllers or to host system: Phoenix.
4)
Power supply: Phoenix.
5)
Output relays: Phoenix.
6)
Annunciator (778): 15-pin D-subminiature.
Communication:
1)
ASCII encoded data: 2 (two) RS-232 data I/0 ports.
2)
Host communication: 1 (one) RS-232 port shall provide for Host communication utilizing
HOST or SEEP Protocol.
(i) Note: Both of the above ports shall be usable for a terminal / printer.
3)
Networking with other Controllers and Host systems: 1 (one) 20mA data I/O port for
connecting to other Controllers and Host systems.
Feedback: LED status lights indicate:
1)
Controller CPU operational status.
2)
Lock status.
3)
Communication status.
4)
Alarm status.
5)
Readiness of entry Keypad and program mode.
Diagnostics: LED status lights shall indicate:
1)
Operational status of the controller.
2)
Door status and lock status of controlled entries.
Self-protection: The Controller shall have inputs to detect:
1)
Power input failures.
2)
Controller tampering.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model [ALTO 818SX] or [ALTO 818SC].
Multiple Switch Monitor (774A):
a.
General:
1)
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The 774A Multiple Switch Monitor (MSM) is a single board monitor point input device
[with enclosure] for connection to 4 dry contacts normally opened or normally closed.
MSM supports higher voltages for extended read ranges.
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b.
c.
d.
Capacities:
1)
Monitor point inputs: 4 (four) 2-state.
2)
MSM units: up to 8
3)
Monitor inputs: 32
Specifications:
1)
MSM board dimensions: 4 in. Square by 1 in. (10 cm square X 2.54 cm).
2)
[MSM enclosure dimensions: 4.5 in. square X 2.25 in. (12 cm X 15.7 cm).]
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing.
2)
Temperature: 20° to +120° F (-7° to +49° C).
e.
Mounting: The MSM shall be mounted in a NEMA type enclosure with the Controller or
standalone in a controlled area.
f.
Power:
1)
g.
Source: Coax wiring connected to the Controller.
Wiring:
1)
A single coax cable with recommended maximum length of 1,000 feet shall connect the
MSM to the Controller and must meet the following specifications:
(i) Pure copper, single strand, 18 AWG center conductor, a foam dielectric and a dual
shield, 61% AL braid, 100% AL bond wrap, impedance of 75 ohms and the physical
dimensions of RG6/U. All spools must have a 100% sweep test before use.
(ii)
3.
Additional cables, for direct burial, plenum and elevator rated conforming to WSE
models SE9284DB, SE9284PL and SE9284EL can be utilized for the respective
applications.
2)
Input wiring: Twisted pair wiring with distances up to 200 feet between MSM and contact
point.
3)
Module shall require a supervisory End of Line resistor at each contact.
h.
Communication: The MSM transmits information via the coaxial cable to the Controller.
i.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model #774-A.
Annunciator Control Module (778A):
a.
b.
c.
General:
1)
778A Remote Annunciator Module (Annunciator) provides 8 (eight) dry contact outputs
plus status and latched alarm outputs.
2)
Module shall also have building mode indicator and mode selector switch and input
points for remote selector switches.
3)
Outputs are programmed to operate based on alarm/report generated from the Controller.
Capacities:
1)
Output alarm contacts: 8 (eight).
2)
Master latched alarm contact: 8 (eight).
(i) Rating: 0.5A.
Specifications:
1)
d.
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Dimensions: 12 in. X 5.25 in. X 3.375 in. (31 cm X 13.4 cm X 9.5 cm).
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing.
2)
Temperature: 20° to +120° F (-7° to +50° C).
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e.
Mounting: The Annunciator should be installed in a secure area within 12 feet of the
Controller.
f.
Power: Power provided by Controller.
g.
Wiring: Included control cable.
h.
Communication: Control signals for output relays and building mode switch are provided for
the Controller only.
i.
Feedback:
j.
4.
1)
Power ON: 1 (one) LED.
2)
Output relay status: 8 (eight) LEDs.
3)
Building mode status.
4)
Mode selection switch status: Limited or Closed.
5)
Latched alarm status.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model 778A Remote Annunciator Module.
Digital Proximity Key Reading Sensor (DigiReader):
***********
Note: There are currently five models of DigiReader digital proximity readers. Each reader provides
different read ranges. When compiling Specifications, use the “Read Range Matrix” (Part IV.1,
Appendix) to determine the reader and card that best suit the specific application.
***********
a.
b.
General:
1)
DigiReader (DR) shall read digital proximity keys and send signal to Controller for
processing.
2)
DR 4226 shall comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
3)
DR 4238 shall comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
Capacities:
1)
DR shall read digital proximity keys supporting phase shift signals to a distance of [_____]
(optimum read range as defined in DigiReader/Prox Card Read Range Matrix) inches and
does not require contact with the sensor
2)
DR shall be capable of reading up to 3 (three) cards in field at the same time.
c.
Specifications: Material shall be high-impact Lexan with 94V-2 UL flame class rating, and
shall be UV resistant, sealed, water and weather resistant, and tamperproof.
d.
Environmental:
e.
f.
g.
1)
Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
2)
Temperature: -4˚ to +140˚ F (-20˚ to +60 ˚ C).
Regulatory: Controller shall be designed to meet the following regulatory requirements:
1)
UL294 Listing Standard for Safety.
2)
FCC EMI and EMC Class A.
3)
EN55022 EMI and EMC Class A.
Mounting:
1)
DR shall have the capacity to be mounted and operated behind any non-metallic, nonconductive surface, including glass.
2)
(DR 4204 only) DR shall have the capability to be mounted on any metal door frame.
Power:
1)
Source: Via the network twisted pair (shielding optional) wiring.
2)
Consumption:
(i) [DR 4204: Less than 5 watts.]
(ii)
[DR 4205: Less than 2 watts.]
(iii) [DR 4208: Less than 6.5 watts.]
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(iv) DR 4226: Less than 17 watts.]
(v)
DR 4238: Less than 17 watts.]
h.
Wiring: Twisted pair (shielding optional) with 4,000 foot maximum recommended length.
i.
Feedback:
1)
Single tri-color LED (green/amber/red) shall provide capability for diagnostic feedback.
2)
Tri-color LED shall be programmable.
3)
An audio tone shall indicate successful digital proximity card read and access granted.
j.
Diagnostics: DR and data-line integrity shall be monitored continuously and shall alarm if
failure is detected and indicate device and location of fault.
k.
Self-protection:
l.
1)
Physical damage, including breaking open sensor housing, shall not allow access to any
circuitry which would allow the system to be compromised.
2)
Transmission of any frequency (or set of frequencies) into the sensor at any power level
shall not compromise the system.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics
m. Model:
5.
1)
[Model DR 4204]
2)
[Model DR 4205]
3)
[Model DR 4208]
4)
[Model DR 4226]
5)
[Model DR 4238]
Keypad (VIP-2):
a.
b.
General:
1)
The system shall have the means to utilize a numeric keypad for entry of a Personal
Identification Number (PIN).
2)
The Keypad shall provide information to the Controller, either alone or in conjunction
with a card reading device, thereby providing an additional level of security.
3)
The system shall have the means to recognize special duress codes which can be entered
into the Keypad to be available to any user during an emergency.
4)
System administrator shall have capability to program a reaction based on Keypad duress
code input.
Capacities:
1)
Keypad shall provide a standard 10 digit numeric entries organized in the standard
telephone pad layout.
2)
The user shall be able to enter either a 4- to 8-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN).
c.
Specifications: The Keypad unit shall be housed in a double gang metal utility box, 4.50 in. H
x 4.56 in. W x 2.19 in. D (cm).
d.
Environmental:
e.
f.
1)
Temperature: 20˚ F to 120˚ F (-7˚ C to +49˚ C).
2)
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing.
Regulatory: The unit shall meet the following regulatory requirements:
1)
FCC class A computing device when installed in the system.
2)
ANSI/NEMA Standard 250 for Type 4x enclosures.
Mounting:
1)
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Keypad shall be mounted on the outside of a building, in a wall, or against it.
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2)
6.
After the Keypad is installed and operations have been verified, decal shall be placed over
the cover plate to conceal mounting plate and to provide a weather seal.
g.
Power: The Keypad receives power from the network twisted pair wiring.
h.
Wiring: Twisted pair cable with a maximum recommended cable length of 4,000 feet.
i.
Feedback: The Keypad shall provide three LED status for awaiting card presentation,
awaiting keypad entry and acknowledgment of successful access granted and door unlock.
j.
Self-protection: The Keypad is protected against the circuitry being removed from the outlet
box or the box being forcibly removed from the wall by means of a strategically placed
internal tamper switch.
k.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model: [VIP-2] [VIP-2W (weatherized)]
Analog Proximity Card Reading Sensor (SE 2800 Series):
a.
b.
c.
General:
1)
Analog Proximity Card Reading Sensor (Sensor) shall connect to the Controller via dataline as specified by the manufacturer.
2)
Sensor shall have the means to be electrically isolated to prevent short circuits from
disrupting other communications in the data-line network.
3)
As a minimum, the Sensor shall detect command card codes when a card is within two
inches (5 cm) of it’s surface.
Capacities:
1)
The Sensor shall “read in” data encoded on analog proximity cards containing tuned
circuits (Model SE 1050 or SE 1060) placed within a minimum of 2 inches of the sensor.
2)
The Sensor shall not require contact with the sensor.
3)
Specifications: The Sensor shall be sealed, waterproof, weather resistant, and
tamperproof. Material shall be Lexan or equal.
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 0% to 100% condensing.
2)
Temperature: -50° to +180° F (-46° to +82° C).
d.
Mounting: Proximity Card Reading sensor shall have the capacity to be mounted and
operated behind any non-metallic, non-conductive surface, including glass.
e.
Power:
f.
1)
Via the coax cable connection.
2)
The Sensor shall emit a low power (less than one microwatt) RF field in the 2 to 27 MHz
range which is concentrated in a region up to 6 (six) inches from the surface.
Wiring: A single coax cable shall connect the Sensor to the Controller. Coax will conform to
the following:
1)
A standard coax cable has a pure copper, single strand, 18 AWG center conductor, a foam
dielectric and a dual shield, 61% AL braid, 100% AL bond wrap. This cable has an
impedance of 75 ohms and the physical dimensions of RG6/U. All spools must have a
100% sweep test before use.
2)
Additional cables, for direct burial, plenum and elevator rated conforming to WSE models
SE9284DB, SE9284PL and SE9284EL can be utilized for the respective applications.
g.
Communication: An analog signal between sensor and Controller shall provide necessary
communication.
h.
Feedback: Single red LED shall indicate power on and provide capability for diagnostic
feedback.
i.
Diagnostics:
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1)
Proximity Card Reading sensor and data-line integrity shall be monitored continuously.
2)
An alarm shall sound if failure is detected and indicate device and location of fault.
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j.
k.
7.
Self-protection:
1)
Physical damage including breaking open sensor housing shall not allow access to any
circuitry which would allow the system to be compromised.
2)
Transmission of any frequency (or set of frequencies) into the sensor at any power level
shall not compromise the system.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model [2814A (rear coax)] [Model 2815A
(side coax)]
Analog Proximity Card Reading Sensor—Compact Model (2804):
a.
General:
1)
b.
c.
d.
2804 Compact Sensor (Sensor) is an analog proximity sensor designed for mounting
indoors on plastic single gang box or any non-metallic surface.
Capacities:
1)
Read range: 3 (inches) maximum.
2)
Cards: Analog proximity cards containing tuned circuits (SE 1030, SE1040, SE1050,
SE1060).
Specifications:
1)
Material: ABS or equal.
2)
Dimensions: 3.3 in. X 4.5 in. X 1.3 in. (8.3 cm X 11.4 cm X 3.8 cm).
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing.
2)
Temperature: -20° to +120° F (-7° to +49° C).
e.
Regulatory: FCC Part 15, Subpart C regulations for field disturbance sensors.
f.
Mounting: Sensor shall:
g.
h.
1)
Be mounted on indoor surfaces only.
2)
Have the capacity to be mounted and operated on any non-metallic, non-conductive
indoor surface.
Power:
1)
Source: Via the coax cable connection with the Controller (refer to section 1).
2)
The sensor shall emit a low power (less than one microwatt) RF field in the 2 to 27 MHz
range which is concentrated in a region up to three inches from the surface.
3)
The Sensor can also receive power for the dual color (red/green) LED from an external
power source at 12VDC.
Wiring:
1)
Controller connection: A single coax cable shall connect the Sensor to the Controller.
2)
LED power: A two-pair wire, 12 inches in length, shall provide ability to power the
red/green LED in the unit.
3)
Sensor shall have the means to be electrically isolated to prevent short circuits from
disrupting other communications in the data line network.
i.
Communication: An analog signal between sensor and Controller shall provide necessary
communication.
j.
Feedback: [Single red/green LED shall indicate power on and secure (red) and provide access
granted indication (green).]
k.
Diagnostics: Sensor and data-line integrity shall be monitored continuously and shall alarm if
failure is detected and indicate device at fault.
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l.
Self-protection:
1)
Physical damage including breaking open sensor housing shall not allow access to any
circuitry which would allow the system to be compromised.
2)
Transmission of any frequency (or set of frequencies) into the sensor at any power level
shall not compromise the system.
m. Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model:
8.
[2804-B (black)].
2)
[2804-G (gray)].
QuadraKey Digital Proximity Command Card:
a.
b.
c.
d.
9.
1)
General:
1)
QuadraKey Digital Proximity Command Key (Card) is an ISO compliant, single-coil
passive proximity card that supports multiple technologies on one card, including:
proximity, magnetic stripe, bar code and photo ID.
2)
Design shall be capable of smart card chip insertion, color imaging on both sides and
hole punch horizontal or vertical for using the card as a badge.
3)
Each card shall have the capability to be programmed to operate universally at different
locations.
4)
Note: Active circuit type cards (those requiring batteries) shall not be acceptable.
Capacities:
1)
Card can generate a minimum eight digit access number.
2)
Cards shall have numeric encoded data. embedded in an integrated circuit within the
card.
3)
Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique and is not duplicated anywhere in
the world.
Specifications:
1)
Dimensions: ISO standard size and thickness of 3.37 in. X 2.125 in. X 0.032 in (8.55 cm X
5.39 cm X 0.081 cm).
2)
Material: Polyester and appropriate adhesive based materials.
3)
Magnetic Stripe material: single layer 3M type 5203 High Coercivity, 4000 Oerstad using
Track 2, without exception.
4)
Magnetic stripe dimensions: The stripe shall minimally extend from 0.333 in. to 0.493 in.
from the upper card edge and for the entire length of the card.
Environmental:
1)
Temperature: 14° to 140° F(-10° to 60° C).
2)
Humidity: 0% to 100%.
e.
Regulatory: N/A (Card is totally passive requiring no approval.)
f.
Power:
1)
Source: Passive-powered by DigiReader digital proximity reader.
2)
Consumption: Not detectable.
g.
Communication: Via low power radio frequency, providing read ranges up to [22] inches
depending on the selected DigiReader. (See DigiReader/Prox Card Read Range Matrix in Part
IV.1 for actual figures).
h.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model QuadraKey.
NexKey Digital Proximity Command Card:
a.
General:
1)
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NexKey Digital Proximity Command Key (Card) is a single-coil passive proximity card
that can, through add-on options, support additional technologies, including: bar code
and photo ID with lamination.
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b.
c.
d.
2)
Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique and is not duplicated anywhere in
the world.
3)
Card shall be highly resistant to face abrasion or bending.
4)
Card shall have a slot in the vertical position for use as a badge.
5)
Note : Active circuit type cards (those requiring batteries) shall not be acceptable.
Capacities:
1)
Card can generate a minimum eight digit access number.
2)
Cards shall have numeric encoded data embedded in an integrated circuit within the
card.
3)
Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique and exists in no other system
anywhere in the world.
Specifications:
1)
Dimensions: 3.37 X 2.125 X 0.075 in. (8.55 X 5.93 X 0.19 cm)
2)
Construction: Durable ABS with vinyl or polycarbonate covering.
Environmental:
1)
Temperature: 14° to 140° F (-10° to 60° C)
2)
Humidity 0% to 100% humidity.
e.
Regulatory: N/A (Card is totally passive requiring no approval.)
f.
Power: Passive-powered by DigiReader digital proximity reader.
g.
Communication: Card shall communicate via low power radio frequency, providing read
ranges up to [22] inches depending on the selected DigiReader. (See DigiReader/Prox Card
read range matrix for actual figures).
h.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model: NexKey.
10. DuraKey Digital Proximity Command Card:
a.
b.
c.
d.
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General:
1)
DuraKey Digital Proximity Command Key (Card) is a highly durable, dual-coil passive
proximity card that supports multiple card technologies on one card, including:
proximity, bar code, and photo ID with lamination.
2)
Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique and is not duplicated anywhere in
the world.
3)
Note : Active circuit type cards (those requiring batteries) shall not be acceptable.
Capacities:
1)
Card can generate a minimum eight digit access number.
2)
Cards shall have numeric encoded data embedded in an integrated circuit within the
card. Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique and exists in no other system
anywhere in the world.
Specifications:
1)
Dimensions: 3.37 X 2.125 X 0.099 in. (8.55 X 5.93 X 0.25 cm).
2)
Construction: Durable polycarbonate with vinyl covering.
Environmental:
1)
Temperature: 14° to 140° F (-10° to 60° C).
2)
Humidity: 0% to 100% relative humidity.
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e.
Regulatory: N/A (Card is totally passive requiring no approval).
f.
Power: Passive-powered by DigiReader digital proximity reader.
g.
Communication: Card shall communicate via low power radio frequency, providing read
ranges up to [36] inches depending on the selected DigiReader. (See DigiReader/Prox Card
read range matrix for actual figures)
h.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model: DuraKey.
11. Analog Proximity Command Card ([SE 1050] [SE1060]):
a.
General: [SE 1050] [SE1060] is a highly durable analog proximity command key (Card) that
transfers data in the form of passive tuned circuits within the card. Additional card features
include:
1)
Unique encoding: Each card shall be encoded so that it is totally unique.
2)
Universal operation: Each card shall have the capability to be programmed to operate
universally at different locations.
3)
Durable: Card shall be highly resistant to face abrasion or bending.
4)
Warranty: 5 (five) years.
5)
Note: Active circuit type cards (those requiring batteries) shall not be acceptable.
b.
Capacities: Card can generate an eight digit access number.
c.
Specifications:
d.
1)
Dimensions: 3.36 X 2.12 X 0.1 in. (8.53 X 5.38 X 0.25 cm).
2)
Construction: Heavy duty fiberglass epoxy with vinyl covering.
Environmental:
1)
Temperature: -50° to +120° F (-46° to 49° C).
2)
Humidity: 0% to 100% relative humidity.
e.
Regulatory: N/A (Card is totally passive requiring no approval).
f.
Power: Passive-powered by Analog Proximity Card Sensor.
g.
Communication: Via field disturbance from Analog Proximity Card Sensor.
h.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics, Model: [SE 1050 Command Key] [SE 1060
Command Key
12. Power Supply, Controller (3018):
a.
General: The Power Supply can provide continuous power to the Controller, sensors, monitor
modules and annunciator devices.
b.
Capacities: The Power Supply shall provide low volt DC output to the Controller.
c.
Specifications:
1)
d.
Dimensions: 7 in. X 5.7 in. X 3.125 in. depth (17.8 cm L X 14.5 cm W X 7.9 cm D).
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing.
2)
Temperature: 20° to +120° F (-7° to +49° C).
e.
Regulatory: UL 1012 or 1310 and CSA or cUL listed. [ Option 230VAC/50Hz is not UL, CSA or
cUL listed.]
f.
Mounting: The Controller Power Supply should be installed in a secure area at least 2 feet
away.
g.
Power: 115VAC/60Hz source. [Option: 230VAC/50Hz.]
h.
Wiring:
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1)
The power supply shall be connected to the Controller via wiring of at least 18 AWG.
2)
Connectors: Phoenix.
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i.
Feedback: A single LED indicates power ON condition.
j.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model 3018, or other Westinghouse
approved device.
13. Power Supply with battery backup, Controller (3718S or 718SUL):
a.
b.
c.
General:
1)
Un-interruptable Power Supply shall provide continuous power to the Controller,
sensors, monitor modules and annunciator devices and operate from 115VAC/60Hz
[Option: 230VAC/50Hz] source.
2)
Optionally, it shall support external lead acid battery(s) to maintain all Controller, sensor
and monitor modules operations for at least 4 (four) hours in event of power failure.
Capacities: The Power supply shall provide:
1)
Low volt DC output to the Controller.
2)
Limited lock power output at 12 [or 24] Volts DC.
3)
5 ampere output current at 12 VDC, 1.5 A at 24 VDC.
4)
Power failure output and battery charger output.
Specifications:
1)
d.
Dimensions: 18 in. X 7.2 in. X 5.2 in. depth (45.7 cm X 18.3 cm X 13.2 cm).
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 95% non-condensing.
2)
Temperature: 20° to +120° F (-7° to +49° C).
e.
Regulatory: UL 1012 or 1310 and CSA or cUL listed. [Option 230VAC/50Hz is not UL listed.]
f.
Mounting: The Power Supply should be installed in a secure area at least two feet from the
Controller.
g.
Power: 115VAC/60Hz source. [Option: 230VAC/50Hz.]
h.
Wiring:
1)
The power supply shall be connected to the Controller via a special wiring harness of at
least 18 AWG.
2)
The power supply shall utilize phoenix type connectors to allow for ease of field wiring
and unit replacement.
i.
Feedback: A single LED indicates power ON condition.
j.
Self-protection: The power supply shall provide the following signals to the Controller:
k.
1)
Power fail.
2)
Battery recharge signal.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model 3718S [3718SUL] or other
Westinghouse approved device.
14. Power Supply (PI-1):
a.
General: Un-interruptable Power Source Module shall provide low voltage DC power. It shall
also support optional external lead acid batteries to maintain all controller operations for at
least four (4) hours in event of power failure.
b.
Capacities:
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1)
28 volt DC output to readers.
2)
Limited lock power output at 24 Volts DC.
3)
5 ampere output current.
4)
Power failure output.
5)
Battery charger output.
6)
Additional Power Supplies may be required based upon system configuration of other
devices and wiring distances.
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c.
Specifications:
1)
d.
e.
Dimensions: 12 in. X 5.25 in. X 3.375 in. (31 cm X 13.4 cm X 9.5 cm)
Environmental:
1)
Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
2)
Temperature: 20˚ to +120˚ F (-7˚ to +49˚ C).
Regulatory: UL 1012 or 1310 and CSA or cUL listed.
1)
NOTE: The Power Inserter is required when configuring NexSentry with a Keypad
and/or Digital Readers in order to meet FCC requirements.
f.
Mounting: The Power Supply should be installed in a secure area at least two feet from the
Controller.
g.
Power: 115VAC/60Hz source.
h.
Wiring:
1)
The power supply shall be connected to the Controller and keypad network wiring via
twisted pair wire (shielding optional) of at least 18 AWG.
2)
Connectors: Phoenix-type.
i.
Feedback: A single LED indicates power ON condition.
j.
Self-protection: PI-1 shall send a POWER FAIL signal to the controller.
k.
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics Model PI-1, or other manufacturerapproved device.
15. Accessories
a.
b.
c.
Terminal:
1)
Standard Video display terminal (CRT) with full keyboard and display.
2)
Shall be capable of data throughput at 9600 baud.
3)
Systems Integrator shall furnish as shown on plans.
4)
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics; Model #57101-L-1 (110v) / 57101-L-2
(230v) or equal.
Printer:
1)
Printer shall be standard RS-232 serial communications printer.
2)
Printer shall be capable of data throughput at 9600 baud.
3)
Systems Integrator shall furnish as shown on plans.
4)
Manufacturer: Westinghouse Security Electronics; Model parallel/serial 57184-V (115v) /
57184-V (230v) or equal.
Locking Hardware:
1)
d.
Switches:
1)
e.
Provide all necessary monitoring and manual switches as shown on plans which are
used in conjunction with Card Access Security System.
External UPS batteries:
1)
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Systems Integrator shall furnish all system electrified locking hardware as shown on
plans which is used in conjunction with Card Access & Alarm Monitoring system.
Provide necessary batteries to be used with UPS power supply to maintain all controller
operations and provide limited DC lock power at either 12VDC or 24VDC.
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C.
Controller software features:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Control operation: Based on the ability to force relay lock outputs to an operating mode. Forcing
action may be initiated by:
a.
Time of Day schedule.
b.
Switch Closure.
c.
Command Card Presentation.
d.
Keyboard Command.
Access Codes:
a.
The access code shall define where and when the card holder will be granted access.
b.
Number available: 120.
c.
Capacity: Each access code shall have the capacity of defining up to 4 (four) time periods for
each door in the system.
d.
Definable time periods: Time of Day, Day of Week, and Holidays.
Holidays:
a.
User definable holidays: up to 30.
b.
By way of the Access command the user may define the access privileges (times and doors) of
a card holder for any or all of those days.#
Card Commands: The user shall be able to define command cards according to the following
parameters:
a.
Unique numeric identification: 11,200 command cards.
b.
12 character description and unique numeric identification: 4,400 command cards.
c.
Both cards with names and without within the same data-base.
d.
Bulk program cards in groups and remove any card from the database.
e.
Any card usage shall be traced by the system and a card trace report generated.
Card functions: Card functions shall include:
a.
b.
Access:
1)
Access parameter definition: any single card can be programmed to open each door
during four different time periods.
2)
Time intervals: Up to 128 different time intervals.
3)
Modification of card access parameters: may be modified at any time.
Building Mode:
1)
Any card shall have means to be programmed as PRIVILEGED and be authorized to arm
or disarm the building mode feature.
2)
If the card is not authorized to disarm mode alarm system, the card user shall be unable
gain entry, regardless if user’s Access Code has been programmed for that period.
3)
Building Modes shall be defined as follows:
(i) OPEN mode: designates any key holder, privileged or not, may enter the building
provided he has a valid access code (used during peak normal hours).
(ii)
LIMIT mode: designates when a privileged key holder may enter the building,
provided he has a valid access code.
(iii) CLOSED mode: is used when the building is unoccupied. Although a privileged key
holder may enter a closed building, he must put the structure in the open or limited
mode within one minute or an alarm will be activated.
c.
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Anti-passback:
1)
System shall have capability to designate any command card so that when it is used to
enter an area it must be used to exit that area before it can be reused for entry.
2)
System shall have capability to manually or automatically reset the location of all
command card’s passback status at any time.
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3)
Anti-passback modes:
(i) HARD mode: Denies re-entry and reports passback violation.
(ii)
6.
7.
8.
9.
SOFT mode: Allows re-entry but reports passback violation.
Monitoring (if monitoring module is required):
a.
Supervised alarm contacts: up to 32.
b.
Character names: up to 24 characters defined by user.
c.
Monitor points shall:
1)
Be designated by the user as an alarm or non alarm event.
2)
Be elected to either monitor at all times or during selected time periods.
3)
Be capable of being enabled/disabled from terminal or externally from card holder.
4)
Be capable of enabling any lock output or annunciator output including latched alarm
contact.
5)
Work with the controller to provide immediate re-lock after card holder has gained
access into a facility. Systems re-locking only after preset time delay shall not be
acceptable.
Annunciation (if Annunciator is used):
a.
Annunciation may be sent to unused controller lock outputs or to remote annunciation
module.
b.
System shall have means to annunciate any alarm report generated by the system including:
1)
All monitor points.
2)
Power fail input.
3)
Tamper input.
4)
Card trace reports.
5)
Access denied reports.
6)
Passback violations, etc.
Alarm Shunting:
a.
System shall have means to connect presence detecting device to shunt alarms when
authorized employee uses an alarmed exit.
b.
Exit reporting shall be selectable by user.
Forced Entry Alarms:
a.
System shall have means to select which doors shall report forced entry alarms or door held
open alarms.
b.
On a door by door basis, user shall be able to select which doors are to report forced entry
and during what time periods.
c.
User shall be able to select whether such alarms will be generated at all times or when
system is in “night” mode.
10. Passwords:
a.
Identification of operators for terminal use: 8 (eight) different operators.
b.
User definable passwords: Up to 12 (twelve) character user definable passwords shall be used
to log on to the system.
c.
Access levels: Up to 6 (six) access levels each having different operator function capabilities
shall be available.
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11. Printed Data Output: System shall be capable of selecting which access and monitor point
activity messages are to be output the printer. The system shall be capable of printing the
following information:
a.
Card Definitions: Keycodes/ Names/ Access Codes/Location (In-Out status for anti-passback)/
Key trace function (Enable/Disable)/ whether Privileged or not.
b.
Monitored Point Parameters.
c.
Door Parameters.
d.
Access Code Parameters.
e.
User Names, Passwords, and Access Levels.
f.
System Status (real time report).
g.
All Report Types.
12. Sensors:
a.
System shall be able to assign a 24 character name for each sensor.
b.
System shall be capable of defining which sensors and at what times they are to report valid
access reports.
c.
User shall be able to select which times and at what sensors key trace reports are generated.
d.
User shall be able to define which are “night mode” sensors (sensors where privileged cards
function).
13. Dial-up:
a.
System shall capable of utilizing a dial-up modem to automatically report alarms or send
messages to a central station or remote terminal.
b.
There shall be at least 3 telephone numbers programmable for dial-up use.
c.
User shall be able to define how many attempts (up to 10) will be made to communicate via
dial-up.
14. Telecommunications:
PART III
.1
a.
System shall be capable of being programmed remotely via modem.
b.
System shall have means to be programmed so that it requires central station to “call back”
controller to ensure that only central station can gain access to controller database.
EXECUTION
EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND DOCUMENTATION
A.
B.
Installation:
1.
The Proximity Access Control and Alarm Monitoring System shall be installed and wired
completely as shown on the plans by a trained and authorized Westinghouse Security Electronics
Systems Integrator.
2.
Systems Integrator shall make all necessary wiring connections to external devices and
equipment.
Telephone Lines:
1.
The owner shall arrange for dedicated or dial-up telephone lines for the telecommunications
equipment as shown on the plans.
2.
Each phone line shall be terminated in an RJ-11 telephone jack.
3.
Note: Any connections to the public telephone system require notification of the local
telephone company. See Specific instructions in manual for modem used.
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C.
.2
Documentation:
1.
Accurate “as built” drawings shall be furnished by the Systems Integrator to aid the owner in
programming. These should indicate the door(s) controlled by each lock output, the monitoring
points for the door controlled area, and any annunciator outputs or special inputs into the system.
2.
The Systems Integrator shall supply operating and maintenance manuals to aid the owner in the
programming of the system.
SERVICE AND SUPPORT
A.
B.
Startup:
1.
After the system has been installed, the documentation delivered to the owner and the telephone
lines are operational in compliance with Part III.1 above, the Systems Integrator shall verify
correct operation of all system components.
2.
The Systems Integrator shall guarantee all material and workmanship involving the system for
up to [_____] year after startup.
Training:
1.
C.
After system startup, the Systems Integrator shall instruct owners personnel in how to program
the system and demonstrate a typical operating program for a single door controlled area.
Warranty Support:
1.
The Authorized Systems Integrator shall be available during the warranty period to answer
programming and application questions to support owners personnel during this period.
2.
[Option: The Authorized Systems Integrator shall have capability to have a remote terminal for
programming the Access Controller to support the owner’s personnel during this period. The
owners system shall include a modem SE Model # 5200 or equal, necessary cabling and
telephone extension to support this telecommunications operation.]
3.
[Option: The Authorized Systems Integrator shall have the training and capability to provide
additional support services including:
a.
Regular testing and inspection of all system components and to submit reports on the results.
b.
Emergency Service for repairs and adjustments to the system and part replacement if
necessary.]
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PART IV
.1
APPENDIX
READ RANGE MATRIX
DigiReader® Digital Proximity Reader
Prox Card
DR4204
DR4205
DR4208
DR4226
DR4238
QuadraKey
up to 2"
(5.08 cm)
up to 4"
(10.16 cm)
up to 7"
(17.78 cm)
up to 13"
(33.02 cm)
up to 22"
(55.88 cm)
NexKey
up to 2"
(5.08 cm)
up to 4"
(10.16 cm)
up to 7"
(17.78 cm)
up to 13"
(33.02 cm)
up to 22"
(55.88 cm)
DuraKey
up to 3"
(7.62 cm)
up to 6"
(15.24 cm)
up to 8"
(20.32 cm)
up to 22"
(55.88 cm)
up to 36"
(91.44 cm)
Maximum read ranges may vary depending on physical environment of installation
.2
MOUNTING DIAGRAMS
A.
Alto 818SX/Alto 818SC:
POWER
RELAYS
HOST
20mA
MP MP +
SHIELD RETURN
PWR
GND
B
A
CHAS GND
RLSD
GND
DCER
CTS
RTS
RD
TD
DTER
CHAS GND
RLSD
GND
DCER
CTS
RTS
RD
TD
DTER
TX TX +
RX RX +
COMMON 3,4
LOCK 4
LOCK 3
COMMON 1,2
LOCK 2
LOCK 1
COMMON 7,8
LOCK 8
LOCK 7
COMMON 5,6
LOCK 6
LOCK 5
16VAC
25.2VAC
25.2VAC
ANTI-TAMPER
POWER FAIL
CHAS GND
16VAC
GND/CT
17.20
TERMINAL
ANNUNCIATOR
SENSOR 1
SENSOR 2
RS485
SEE INSIDE COVER FOR WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
RELAYS
HOST TERMINAL
SENSOR 3
1
5
2
6
3
7
4
8
RX
TX
RX
TX
VITAL
FUNCTION
SENSOR 4
7.40
10.4
SENSOR 5
SENSOR 6
SENSOR 7
ALTO
818SX
Model No. 818SX
MADE IN U.S.A.
SENSOR 8
18.0
2.2
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B.
Multiple Switch Monitor (774-A):
COAX
COAX
WITHOUT
SENSOR
2854/55
2814
2815
28CS
MULTIPLE SWITCH MONITOR
MODEL 774-A
MADE IN U.S.A.
1
L
2
H
L
3
H
L
4
H
L
H
Terminal Resistance 36 ohms
36K
36K
36K
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36K
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C.
778 Annunciator Control Module (Annunciator):
NIGHT
NORMA L
FN
12 in
(31 cm)
12 in (31 cm)
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SAMPLE SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
A.
Alto 818 SC Digital Proximity with Keypad:
Remote security center
or alarm central station
SE 5850 or
SE 6000 host
Modem
Video
monitor
Video switcher
Public
phone
system
Parking lot
Main entrance
Manufacturing
CCTV
camera
CCTV
camera
CCTV
camera
Gate arm
Alarm
Lock
Lock
Alarm
Alarm
Cafeteria
778 Annunciator
Modem
Printer
DigiReader
(DR 4238)
DigiReader Keypad
MSM
MSM
DigiReader
Keypad
MSM
IN
Sensor loop
Door switch
Door switch
OUT
Sensor loop
Motion sensor
(REX)
Motion sensor
(REX)
Glass break
detector
Glass break
detector
Fire sensor
Fire sensor
DigiReader
up to eight doors per Alto 818SC ACU
.3
3708S Power module
AC input
LEGEND
Coax
RS-232
RS-485
Twisted pair wire
Phone line
15-pin ribbon
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B.
Alto 818SX Analog Proximity with Keypad:
Remote security center
or alarm central station
Parking lot
Main entrance
Manufacturing
CCTV
camera
CCTV
camera
CCTV
camera
Copy center
Video
monitor
Modem
Video switcher
Public
phone
system
778 Annunciator
Gate arm
Alarm
Lock
Lock
Alarm
Alarm
Modem
Printer
SE 2814
sensor
MSM
3718SUL Power module
Keypad
SE 2814
sensor
MSM
MSM
IN
Sensor loop
Door switch
Door switch
OUT
Sensor loop
Motion sensor
(REX)
Motion sensor
(REX)
Glass break
detector
Glass break
detector
Fire sensor
Fire sensor
Battery
AC input
LEGEND
Coax
RS-232
Twisted pair wire
Phone line
15-pin ribbon
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Keypad
SE 2814
sensor
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SE 2814
sensor
MSM
up to eight doors per Alto 818SX ACU
Host
Alto 818 Access Control System
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