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Av Systems 1226 28 00 10-1 Section 28 00 10 – Av Systems




SECTION 28 00 10 – AV SYSTEMS PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS A. It is the purpose of this specification to require the contractor to provide the highest quality materials, equipment, and workmanship. The work shall be completed in accordance with this specification and in conformance with the layouts, descriptions, and details shown on the contract drawings. It shall be the responsibility of each bidder to verify all conditions and dimensions which pertain to this work. It is the intention of these specifications to provide a complete and properly operating A/V system. The major items of equipment shall be furnished in the quantity shown, whether the item is shown on the schematic drawings, floor plans, or listed in the specification. Any minor item of equipment or hardware not specifically shown but required for the safe and proper operation of the A/V system shall be furnished by the A/V contractor. All substitutions (including substitutions caused because a specified item has become obsolete) shall be approved by the Engineer at least 10 days prior to the date that bids are due. B. Work under this contract includes all labor, materials, tools, transportation services, field coordination, etc., necessary to complete the installation of the A/V system as described in this specification and as illustrated on the drawings. 1.02 CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATION A. The A/V Contractor must be a contractor who has regularly furnished and installed commercial A/V systems of the type specified for a minimum of the last 5 years. B. The A/V Contractor must maintain a suitably staffed and equipped service organization and must regularly offer maintenance services for systems of this type and size. C. The A/V Contractor must be an authorized dealer of all equipment provided with this system. Given the inherent warranty difficulties which occur when products are provided from contractors who participate in trans-shipping or two-stepped equipment sales, this dealership requirement will be strictly adhered to. At the request of the Owner or Architect, any contractor responding to this bid proposal must provide proof of dealership status for all listed system components or approved alternates. Failure to comply with this request will be grounds for bid rejection. D. At the request of the Owner or Architect, an inspection of the A/V contractor's place of business shall be scheduled to demonstrate that the contractor possesses adequate plant and equipment to complete the work properly and in a timely manner, adequate staff with sufficient technical experience, and suitable financial status to meet the obligations of the contract. E. The A/V Contractor must have a programmer on staff who has received factory training from the manufacturer to program the control system provided, and who has received factory certification of same. At the request of the Owner or Architect, any contractor responding to this bid proposal must provide proof of certified factory programming training for listed control equipment. Failure to comply with this request will be grounds for bid rejection. F. An Electrical Contractor or any other contractor who does not meet the requirements listed above who intends to bid on this work will be required to employ the services of a AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-1 qualified " A/V System Sub-Contractor". The " A/V System Sub-Contractor" must be named in the shop drawing submittal information along with written documentation verifying that the sub-contractor fulfills all requirements listed in 1.02 A through E. 1.03 PERMITS AND CODES A. All materials and equipment are to be installed in accordance with all applicable standards of the National Electrical Code, the electrical code of the governing local municipality, all other applicable local codes, and all safety codes and ordinances. B. All equipment supplied for this system shall be UL listed. C. All bidders will be required to provide all required local electrical permits. 1.04 A/V CONTRACTOR'S SCOPE OF WORK A. Included in this contract the A/V contractor shall provide: 1. All major items of A/V equipment as specified. 2. All miscellaneous items required for a complete and operating system. 3. Shop fabrication of all equipment cabinets, outlet plates and panels, and subassemblies. 4. All low voltage control equipment. 5. All cables and outlet plates. 6. Preparation of drawings & documentation required by the specification. 7. Initial tests and adjustment. 8. Instruction of owner's operating personnel. 9. Preparation of the owner's manuals. 10. Maintenance services and warranty. B. The A/V contractor is responsible for the following related work: 1. Supply accessories and minor equipment items needed for a complete system, even if not specifically mentioned herein or on the drawings, without claim for additional payment. 2. Cooperate with all trades present in the building, so lost time, work stoppages, interference, and work inefficiencies do not occur. Assure labor "harmony" among personnel and subcontractors, and with other trades associated with construction, delivery, installation, and testing of the facility. 1.05 SUBMITTALS A. Shop drawings and submittal data shall contain sufficient information to describe the work to be performed. Prepare drawings at an appropriate scale and submit 6 copies of the submittal package neatly bound in sets. The required information shall include but not be limited to: 1. Written verification of the " A/V System Sub-Contractor" qualifications as required in PART 1 section 1.02, F. 2. Wiring diagrams for each system including wire types. 3. Rack drawings showing proposed rack layout. 4. Rough-in information including power requirements. 5. Layout of all custom plates outlet plates/panels. 6. Layout of all custom engraved labels. 7. A material list of all equipment to be furnished (arranged in specification order). AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-2 8. Manufacturers specification sheets of all equipment to be provided. (bound in a neat and orderly fashion with an index listing the manufacturer's specification sheets in specification order). 1.06 RECORD DOCUMENTATION A. Submit as-built drawings as described below: 1. The A/V contractor shall maintain one complete set of drawings at the job site at all times throughout this project. Submit 1 corrected as-built set of drawings showing the work as installed to the architect at the completion of the project. 1.07 OWNER'S MANUALS A. Submit 2 sets of owner's manuals to the owner's representative during customer training. Each set shall contain the following: 1. A list of major equipment items contained in the system 2. The manufacturer's instruction manual for each piece of major equipment. 1.08 WARRANTY A. The A/V contractor shall warrant this system to be free from defects in material and workmanship for not less than one year after the date of substantial completion. B. This warranty shall be in addition to any manufacturer's warranties which may stay in effect for greater than one year. 1.09 SITE CONDITIONS A. This specification and the contract drawings show equipment fitting in the space available without interference based upon the preliminary architectural information available. If conditions exist at the job site which make it impossible to install the work as shown, recommend alternatives and or solutions to the conflict in writing to the architect for approval before installation. PART 2 INSTALLATION 2.01 INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES A. SUSPENDED EQUIPMENT 1. Mount equipment and enclosures plumb and square. Permanently installed equipment to be firmly and safely held in place with an extra safety cable used where possible. Design equipment supports with a safety factor of at least five for any overhead loudspeakers or other suspended equipment. B. AC POWER AND GROUNDING AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-3 1. Equipment racks shall be grounded only to the feeding electrical panel via a #6 insulated green ground cable. (ground cable provided and installed by the electrical contractor) Racks shall not otherwise connect to the building structural steel. Insulated bushings shall be used to assure that there is no electrical connection between the racks and the building conduit system. C. EQUIPMENT RACKS 1. Cable within the equipment racks shall be separated and routed in groups according to function (mic cables, line level cables, control cables, speaker level cables, and 120 volt AC power circuits). Cable shall be neatly arranged using plastic cable ties or plastic wiring duct with covers. Tight bundling (making modifications difficult) shall be avoided. 2. Provide ventilation adequate to keep temperature within the equipment racks below 90 degrees with power on for 8 continuous hours. (assuming proper building air conditioning and normal room temperatures) D. CABLE MARKING 1. Each cable shall be properly identified at each end using suitable wrap-around or other permanent labeling method. All cable numbers shall be marked on the record drawings for future reference. E. CABLE INSTALLATION 1. Unless otherwise noted, all A/V system cable shall be installed in conduit. 2. Take precautions to prevent electromagnetic and electrostatic hum pickup in the system wiring. For line level audio signals, float cable shields at the output of the source device. Shields not connected are to be folded back over the cable jacket and covered with heat shrink tubing for future use. Do not cut off unused shields. 3. Isolate cable of different signal levels in different bundles or different conduits such as mic level, line level, control, speaker level, AC power, and video. 4. Use plenum rated cable where required. 5. Make joints and connections using rosin-core solder or mechanical connectors. Tape splices will not be acceptable. Spade lugs mounted on 22 gauge or smaller mic or line level cables are to be soldered after crimping. Any splice in line level cables is to be made with soldered spade lugs on Cinch 140 or 142 series barrier strips. No splices are acceptable in mic level cables. Barrier strips are to be mounted on 3/4 inch plywood painted flat black. All barrier strips are to be well marked as to the function of the connecting cables. 2.02 SYSTEM TESTING PROCEDURE A. Check all cables to make sure that no conductor in any cable is shorted to shield or to ground. AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-4 B. Verify that all mic or balanced line level cables are free from shorts from pin #2 to pin #3 (high conductor to low conductor); or pin #2 or pin #3 to pin #1 (high or low conductor to shield). C. Using a 1KHz impedance meter, check the impedance of all speaker lines at the point they would connect to the power amplifier. Use 400Hz for low frequency speakers in biamplified or triamplified systems, and 100Hz for subwoofers. (Take these readings with all speakers connected and all speaker volume controls turned all the way up) Verify that the impedance on each line does not indicate a condition under which the power amplifier would be overloaded. D. Check all AC receptacles feeding the A/V system to make sure the voltage of each is 110 VAC or greater, that the hot, neutral, and ground appear at the correct pins. Check to see that the system is truly grounded with an isolated ground through the ground isolated duplex receptacles to the local panel. Make sure that the equipment rack is receiving no other grounds through conduit or other building structural steel. E . Verify that all input and output jacks are labeled with the specified labels. F. Verify that all active equipment in the racks has been labeled on the front and rear. Verify that all user operated controls have been labeled so that an operator unfamiliar with the system can identify the proper controls for user adjustment. 2.03 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION A. Chapel Sound System The Chapel sound system will contain a total of (10) inputs as follows: • three fixed inputs on the main platform (one each for the Pulpit, Altar, and Priest’s Chair), • one wireless lapel microphone system, • {4} wireless handheld microphone systems (for musician usage), • A CD player with Bluetooth compatibility, and • An audio feed from the A/V switcher. These inputs will connect to a 12-input automatic microphone mixer. The mixer output will connect to a digital signal processor which will then connect to the power amplifier. All of the electronic equipment will mount into an equipment cabinet that will be located in the Sacristy. Miniature gooseneck microphones are to be provided for both the Pulpit and the Priest’s Chair. Both mics are to be furnished with 25’ cords, and the Chair mic will also require a floor stand. A boundary microphone with 10’ cord is to furnished for the Altar. A total of 12 ceiling mounted speakers will be installed. Ten will be distributed in the Chapel ceiling, with 1 each being mounted in the Sacristy and Chaplain’s office. A wall mounted volume control will be provided in both the Sacristy and Chaplain’s office. B. Chapel Video System The Chapel Video System will have 2 primary input sources. One will be a multi-input plate that will be mounted in the Chair floor box. This plate will have connections for both VGA/audio and HDMI. The second will be a wireless sharing device that will mount on the Chapel ceiling and connect to the A/V switcher – enabling mobile users within the AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-5 Chapel to display content from mobile phones, tablets, or laptops with wireless connections. The system inputs will connect to a digital A/V switcher that will be located in the Sacristy equipment cabinet. This unit will have digital outputs that will send signals (via shielded Cat-5e cables) to digital receivers that will be installed at the projectors. Two projectors with long throw lenses will be provided. These are to be installed in the rear of the Chapel and project onto recessed motorized screens that will be installed in the front of the Chapel. Two custom 72” wide projection screens will be installed in the front of the Chapel. These screens are to be 16:9 aspect ratio and have low voltage controllers provided. Power for, and installation of, these screens is to be provided by the project Electrical Contractor. Three control panels will be installed to provide the following functions: • Projector power on/off • Screen up/down • Switcher input selection – floor plate vs. wireless One control will be mounted in the Sacristy next to the equipment cabinet, one by the Priest’s Chair, and one on the north wall by Storage Room 234. PART 3 PRODUCTS Quantity Mfg/Part Number Description CHAPEL A/V SYSTEM FLOOR BOXES & INSERT PLATES 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 ACE BACKSTAGE 025BK ACE BACKSTAGE MP101 ACE BACKSTAGE MP100 ACE BACKSTAGE C-15102 FSR FL-540P-4 FSR FL-540P-BLP-C FSR FL-540P-4-B RAPCO SP-1DFN EXTRON DTP T UWP 232 D MINI FLOOR POCKETS SINGLE CONNECTOR PANELS SINGLE BLANK PANELS FEMALE XLR CONNECTORS FLOOR BOX FLOOR BOX COVER W/CARPET FLANGE BACKBOX 1-GANG SINGLE MIC INPUT PLATES A/V INPUT PLATE MICROPHONES & ACCESSORIES 2 1 1 2 1 4 SHURE MX418/C SHURE A57F SHURE MX391W/C RAPCO N1M1-25 RAPCO N1M1-10 SHURE ULXS24/58-J1 1 2 SHURE ULXS14/85-J1 SHURE UA507 AV SYSTEMS MINIATURE GOOSENECK MICROPHONE MICROPHONE CLIP BOUNDARY MICROPHONE 25’ MICROPHONE CORD 10’ MICROPHONE CORD WIRELESS HANDHELD MICROPHONE SYSTEMS WIRELESS LAPEL MICROPHONE SYSTEM RACK MOUNT BRACKETS FOR TWO 1226 28 00 10-6 1 SHURE UA506 1 4 5 SHURE UA844SWB SHURE UA600 ATLAS MS-12CE RECEIVERS RACK MOUNT BRACKET FOR ONE RECEIVER ANTENNA COMBINING SYSTEMS ANTENNA EXTENSION CABLES MICROPHONE FLOOR STANDS ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT 1 1 1 1 AKG DMM12 SHURE DFR22 LOWELL PA250 TASCAM CD-200BT 12-INPUT AUTOMATIC MICROPHONE MIXER DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR 70-VOLT POWER AMPLIFIER (250 WATTS) CD PLAYER W/BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY SPEAKERS & VOLUME CONTROLS 12 2 CRESTRON SAROS IC8T LOWELL 25LVC CEILING MOUNTED SPEAKER SYSTEMS VOLUME CONTROL VIDEO SYSTEM 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 EIKI LC-WXL200AL EIKI 0001-4346 BTX CD-MX9F BTX CD-MX915H CHIEF RPAUW CHIEF CMA110 CUSTOM EXTRON 60-1271-13 DALITE 84325LSC EXTRON 60-1368-01 EXTRON 60-1508-01 EXTRON 60-600-02 EXTRON 60-671-03 5,500 LUMEN VIDEO PROJECTORS LENSES FEMALE DB9 CONNECTORS CONNECTOR HOODS PROJECTOR MOUNTS PROJECTOR MOUNTING PLATE PROJECTOR 1 ½” PIPES (CUT TO LENGTH) HDMI TWISTED PAIR RECEIVERS CUSTOM PROJECTION SCREEN W/LVC CROSSPOINT SWITCHER SHARE LINK 200 MLC-226-IP MEDIA LINK CONTROLLER SCP-226 SECONDARY CONTROL PANELS EQUIPMENT CABINET & ACCESSORIES 1 LOWELL LPR-2422FV 1 WIREMOLD R8BZ-15 6 2 1 LOWELL SEP-1 LOWELL SVP-1 LOWELL UDE-314 AV SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT CABINET W/VENTED FRONT DOOR; 24RU AC POWER ON-OFF PANEL W/SURGE SUPPRESSION BLANK CABINET FILLER PANELS VENT CABINET FILLER PANELS 3RU STORAGE DRAWER 1226 28 00 10-7 CABLES & CONNECTORS REQ REQ REQ REQ REQ REQ 2 1 6 6 1 REQ REQ 22-2/SHIELD 16-2/SHIELD 18-2/SHIELD 18-2 LIBERTY 24-4P-P-6SH 22-4 LIBERTY M2-HDSEM-M-03F LIBERTY DL-AOCHP-030M LEVITON 5S640-03S LIBERTY K6-8KPS LIBERTY Z100A6FT SWITCHCRAFT AAA3F SWITCHCRAFT AAA3M MICROPHONE/CONTROL CABLE 70 VOLT SPEAKER CABLE CONTROL CABLE POWER CABLE SHIELDED CAT-6 VIDEO CABLE SCREEN CONTROL CABLE HDMI CABLES; 3 FEET LONG PLENUM RATED HDMI CABLE SHIELDED PATCH CABLES SHIELDED CAT-6 CONNECTORS RCA PATCH CABLE FEMALE XLR CONNECTORS MALE XLR CONNECTORS END OF SECTION 28 00 10 AV SYSTEMS 1226 28 00 10-8 SECTION 28 00 20 - FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1. GENERAL 1.0.0 The equipment and installation shall comply with the current applicable provisions of the following standards: 1.0.1 Building Code - Applicable version of IBC Applicable NFPA 72 Mechanical Code - Applicable version of IMC NFPA 70 - Applicable version of the National Electric Code, Requirements of the local AHJ. 1.1.0 General Requirements 1.1.1 Submittals. Design Documents: Submit all information required for plan review and permitting by authorities having jurisdiction, including but not limited to floor plans, riser diagrams, and description of operation: 1. Copy (if any) of list of data required by authority having jurisdiction. 2. NFPA 72 "Record of Completion", filled out to the extent known at the time. 3. Clear and concise description of operation, with input/output matrix similar to that shown in NFPA 72, and complete listing of software required. 4. System interfaces to fire safety systems. 5. Location of all components, circuits, and raceways; mark components with identifiers used in control unit programming. 6. Circuit layouts; number, size, and type of raceways and conductors; conduit fill calculations; spare capacity calculations; notification appliance circuit voltage drop calculations. 7. List of all devices on each signaling line circuit. 8. Manufacturer's detailed data sheet for each component, including wiring diagrams, installation instructions, and circuit length limitations. 9. Description of power supplies; if secondary power is by battery include calculations demonstrating adequate battery power. 10. Certification by Contractor that the system design complies with the contract documents. 1.1.2 Equipment Supplier Qualifications. The fire alarm equipment supplier shall have a NICET level 4 certified individual on staff responsible for overseeing the technical design and engineering functions related to the fire alarm system. The NICET level 4 certificate number must be submitted to the engineer with shop drawing submittals. The fire alarm equipment supplier shall have on staff NICET level 2 technicians supervising the final connections and programming of the system. 1.1.3 Inspection and Test Reports: 1. Submit inspection and test plan prior to closeout demonstration. 2. Submit documentation of satisfactory inspections and tests. 3. Submit NFPA 72 "Inspection and Test Form," filled out. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-1 1.1.4 Operating and Maintenance Data 1. Complete set of specified design documents, as approved by authority having jurisdiction. 2. Additional printed set of project record documents and closeout documents, bound or filed in same manuals. 3. Contact information for firm that will be providing contract maintenance and trouble call-back service. 4. List of recommended spare parts, tools, and instruments for testing. 5. Input/output matrix. 6. Preventive maintenance, inspection, and testing schedule complying with NFPA 72; provide printed copy and computer format acceptable to Owner. 7. Detailed but easy to read explanation of procedures to be taken by nontechnical administrative personnel in the event of system trouble, when routine testing is being conducted, for fire drills, and when entering into contracts for remodeling. 1.1.5 Project Record Documents 1. Complete set of floor plans showing actual installed locations of components, conduit, and zones. 2. "As installed" wiring and schematic diagrams, with final terminal identifications. 3. "As programmed" operating sequences, including control events by device, updated input/output chart. 1.1.6 Closeout Documents: 1. Certification by installing contractor that the system has been installed in compliance with his installation requirements, is complete, and is in satisfactory operating condition. 2. NFPA 72 "Record of Completion", filled out completely and signed by installer and authorized representative of authority having jurisdiction. 1.1.7 Equipment Manufacturers. Base bid for the Fire Alarm System shall be the Notifier FireWarden-100-2 Series Addressable Fire Detection and Alarm System. The system shall be the latest technology multiplex, addressable system with all features as described in the product section. Equal systems by FCI are acceptable. 2. PRODUCT 2.0.0 The FACP shall be a Notifier FireWarden 100-2 series and shall contain a microprocessor based Central Processing Unit (CPU). The CPU shall communicate with and control the following types of equipment used to make up the system: addressable detectors and modules, annunciators, and other system controlled devices. System capacity shall be 198 points. In addition to the major components specified any additional material and labor necessary to provide a complete and operational system shall be provided under this contract. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-2 The panel shall be UL Listed as a Fire Alarm Control Panel per UL 864 edition and NFPA 72. 2.0.1 9 th System General Operation When a fire alarm condition is detected and reported by one of the system initiating devices, the following functions shall immediately occur: -The System Alarm LED shall flash. -A local signal in the control panel shall sound. -The 80-character LCD display shall indicate all information associated with the Fire Alarm condition, including: type of alarm point, its location within the protected premises, and the time and date of that activation. -All system output programs assigned via control-by-event equations to be activated by the particular point in alarm shall be executed including: Alarm Indicating appliances. Shut down air handling equipment and release magnetically held doors. Central station outputs for alarm, trouble and supervisory conditions. Elevator control per ASME A17.1 elevator code The Microprocessor unit shall contain and execute all control by event programs for specific action to be taken if an alarm condition is detected by the system. Such control by event programs shall be held in nonvolatile programmable memory, and shall not be lost even if system primary and secondary power failure occurs. Provide a battery back-up and charging system for 24 hours of standby and 5 minutes of alarm for the entire fire alarm system. 2.02 Special FACP Features. Maintenance Alert to warn of excessive compensation. System Status Reports to display or printer (not in contract). Alarm Verification, with verification counters. Walk Test, with check for two detectors set to same address. 2.0.3 Provide control panel with the following control panel switches. Acknowledge Switch. Signal Silence Switch. System Reset Switch. Drill (Evacuate) Switch. 2.0.4 SLC Loop Interface The SLC Interface shall provide power to, and communicate with, all of the Addressable Detectors and Addressable Modules over a single pair of wires. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-3 2.0.5 System History Recording and Reporting . The Fire Alarm Control Panel shall contain a History Buffer that will be capable of storing up to 1000 system alarms/troubles/operator actions. The History Buffer shall use non-volatile memory. Systems that use volatile memory for history storage are not acceptable. 2.0.6 The Fire Alarm Control Panel shall include a full featured operator interface control and annunciation panel which shall include a backlit 80 character Liquid Crystal Display. 2.1.0 Field Devices 2.1.1 Addressable Manual Stations. Addressable Manual Stations shall be provided to connect one addressable, supervised Manual Station to one of the Fire Alarm Control Panel Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) Loops. Notifier model NOT-BG12LX. 2.1.2 Addressable Smoke Detectors The Photoelectric Smoke Detectors shall be Addressable, and shall connect with two wires to one of the Fire Alarm Control Panel Signaling Line Circuit Loops. The detectors shall use the photoelectric principal to measure products of combustion and shall, on command from the control panel, send data to the panel representing the alarm status. Notifier model NP-100 with standard base. 2.1.3 Addressable Heat Detectors The Heat Detectors shall be Addressable, and shall connect with two wires to one of the Fire Alarm Control Panel Signaling Line Circuit Loops. The detectors shall use a state of the art thermistor sensing to measure temperature and shall, on command from the control panel, send data to the panel representing the alarm status. Notifier model NH-100 (135 degree) or NH-100H (190 degree) with standard base, select temperature rating based on the installed environment. 2.1.4 Addressable Duct Smoke Detectors. Duct Smoke Detectors shall be addressable photoelectric type devices enclosed in a duct type housing and supplied with sampling tubes sized for the duct. The detectors shall be Addressable, and shall connect with two wires to the Fire Alarm Control Panel Signaling Line Circuit. Notifier model DNR housing with NP-100R sensor and DST-XX sampling tubes of required length. Provide remote test stations for detectors which are not easily accessible. 2.1.5 Monitor Module. Monitor modules shall be provided to connect any N.O. dry contact device (water flow, tamper switches and kitchen hood contact) to the Fire Alarm Control Panel Signaling Line Circuit Loop. The Monitor module shall provide address-setting means using rotary decimal switches and shall also store an internal identifying code which the Fire Alarm Control Panel shall use to identify the type of device. Notifier model NMM-100. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-4 2.1.6 Control/Relay Module. Control Modules shall be provided to supervise and control the operation of one signal circuit or as an addressable Dry Contact (Form C) Relay. The Control Module shall provide address-setting means using rotary decimal switches and shall also store an internal identifying code which the Control Panel shall use to identify the type of device. Provide as required for elevator control/power shutdown, door holder release and AHU control. Notifier model NC-100 or NC100R. 2.1.7 Serial Connected LCD Remote Annunciators The Annunciator shall communicate with the fire alarm panel via a communications loop, and will be able to annunciate each and every point of the fire alarm control panel in English on the 80 character LCD display. Includes piezo sounder, time/date display field, system acknowledge switch, signal silence switch, and system reset switch. All annunciators shall exactly display all information displayed at the main fire alarm control panel. Notifier N-ANN-80. 2.1.8 Audible and Visual Signals. Audible signals and/or audible sections of combination signals shall be electronic multi-tone units and shall not require vibrating solenoids or contacts. The signals shall operate on 24 VDC polarized and meet UL 1971, UL464 and ADA. The visual section shall be polarized Xenon strobe in various candela ratings. All sounder output ratings are per UL464 and be the following types: Wall mounted selectable audible/visual signals: Horn shall have 84 dBA per UL464 output at 10 feet on the high setting. Strobes shall have 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177 and 185 candela output. Notifier P2R or P2RH (high output). Select as required for the space protected. Wall mounted selectable strobe lights: Strobes shall have 15, 15/75, 30, 75, 110, 115, 135, 150, 177 and 185 candela output. Notifier SR or SRH (high output). Select as required for the space protected. 2.1.8 Magnetic Door Holders Magnetic Door Holders shall be electromagnetic, and shall hold fire and/or smoke barrier doors open until released by manual or automatic Fire Alarm activation. Power shall be 24 VAC from separate, properly sized, UL listed transformer. Provide any required extension rods to accommodate gaps in magnet and door. TYPE Surface Mount Flush Mount Floor Mount MODEL ESL DHS-24120C ESL DHF-24120C ESL DHFM1-24120 2.1.9 Provide a Potter SASH-115 on the exterior of the building connected to a 120 volt circuit operating off the sprinkler flow switch contact 2.2.0 Central Monitoring Equipment shall be UL listed and include a commercial fire digital communicator integrated within the fire alarm panel to receive and transmit FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-5 alarm signals, trouble conditions and supervisory conditions. Utilize existing phone lines for remote station communication. Monitoring service is by owner. 3.0 EXECUTION 3.1.0 3.2.0 3.3.0 3.4.0 INSTALLATION 1. Install in accordance with applicable codes, NFPA 72, NFPA 70, and the contract documents. 2. Conceal all wiring, conduit, boxes, and supports where installed in finished areas. 3. Obtain approval from Architect/engineer of locations of devices, before installation. 4. Install instruction cards and labels. INSPECTION AND TESTING FOR COMPLETION 1. Notify authorities having jurisdiction and comply with their requirements for scheduling inspections and tests and for observation by their personnel. 2. Provide the services of the installer's supervisor or person with equivalent qualifications to supervise inspection and testing, correction, and adjustments. 3. Prepare for testing by ensuring that all work is complete and correct; perform preliminary tests as required. 4. Provide all tools, software, and supplies required to accomplish inspection and testing. 5. Perform inspection and testing in accordance with NFPA 72 and requirements of local authorities; document each inspection and test. 6. Correct defective work, adjust for proper operation, and retest until entire system complies with contract documents. OWNER PERSONNEL INSTRUCTION 1. Basic Operation: One-hour sessions for attendant personnel, security officers, and engineering staff; combination of classroom and hands-on: 1. Initial Training: 1 session pre-closeout. 2. Furnish the services of instructors and teaching aids; have copies of operation and maintenance data available during instruction. MAINTENANCE 1. See Section 01 70 00 - Execution and Closeout Requirements, for additional requirements relating to maintenance service. 2. Maintain a log at each fire alarm control unit, listing the date and time of each inspection and call-back visit, the condition of the system, nature of the trouble, correction performed, and parts replaced. Submit duplicate of each log entry to Owner's representative upon completion of site visit. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-6 3. Comply with Owner's requirements for access to facility and security. END OF SECTION 28 00 20 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM 1226 28 00 20-7