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    • Bosch Security Systems, Inc. September 2007 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, New York, 14450, USA Phone: + 1 800 289 0096 Fax: +1 585 223 9180 security.sales@us.bosch.com www.boschsecurity.us Product Guide Specification Specifier Notes: This product guide specification is written according to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 3-Part Format, based on MasterFormat 2004 and The Project Resource Manual—CSI Manual of Practice. The Manufacturer is responsible for technical accuracy. The section must be carefully reviewed and edited by the Architect or Engineer to meet the requirements of the project and local building code. Words and sentences within brackets [ ] are choices to include or exclude a particular item or statement. Coordinate this section with other specification sections and the Drawings. Delete all “Specifier Notes” after editing this section. SECTION 28 23 13 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BOSCH VIDEO RECORDING MANAGER PART 1– GENERAL 1.1 SUMMARY A. Section Includes 1. Video Surveillance Control and Management System. B. Related Sections 1. Section [28 23 16 – Video Surveillance Monitoring and Supervisory Interfaces]. 2. Section [28 23 19 – Digital Video Recorders and Analog Recording Devices]. 3. Section [28 23 23 – Video Surveillance Systems Infrastructure]. 4. Section [28 23 29 – Video Surveillance Remote Devices and Sensors]. 1.2 REFERENCES A. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) (www.iso.ch) 1. ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems. B. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL). Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 1 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • C. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). 1.3 DEFINITIONS A. IP Video Management System: video surveillance system that enables users to view video via both a PC and analog monitors. Comprises a PC Based Host, Video Management Software, IP Cameras, IP Network switch and storage units. B. Video over IP: transmission of digital video via a PC display over an IT infrastructure with the use of a server and network storage C. Video Recording Manager: video recording solution that allows video to go directly from IP cameras and encoders to storage devices. D. IP Camera: conventional analog camera with an embedded encoder that directly generates IP Video stream E. Encoders and Decoders: devices that transmit video, audio and camera control data to IP Cameras via IP Network such as Ethernet LAN, WAN or Internet. F. Digital Video Storage Array (RAID): centralized IP-based storage across an IP Network. G. iSCSI: is a protocol or standardized way to talk to IP-bases storage across and IP network. H. Recording at the Edge: is the concept of taking audio/video from a camera and storing it at the “edge” of the Ethernet network- instead of transporting it across the network to a centralized recording facility (such as a network video recorder). 1.4 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION A. Video Surveillance Control and Management System. 1. Video Recording Manager a. IP network video recording. b. System wide recording monitoring and management of Bosch iSCSI storage, video servers and cameras. c. Provide storage virtualization layers. d. Manage all disk arrays in a system as a single virtual common pool of storage. e. Intelligent storage allocation. B. Performance Requirements 1. Work without Network Video Recorders (NVR). 2. Run on Microsoft Windows platforms. 3. Distributed network video recording. 4. Support Bosch MPEG-4 IP video encoders and cameras. 5. High-performance, scalable and reliable. Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 2 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • 6. Intelligent addressing for load balancing of video recording to all storage located on any array in system. 7. Provide retrieval via search database of recording and metadata. 8. Self-healing capability to recreate lost databases. 9. Provide redundant storage provisioning. 10. Disk array failover design for central recording management service reliability. 11. Run as a stand-alone solution. 1.5 SUBMITTALS A. Submit under provisions of Section [01 33 00.] B. Product Data: 1. Manufacturer’s data, operator and installation manuals for software programs. C. Shop Drawings; include 1. System device locations on architectural floor plans. 2. Full Schematic of system, including wiring information for all devices. D. Closeout Submittals 1. User manual. 2. Parts list. 3. Connection diagram. 4. Installation CD. 5. Software license. 1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer: 1. Minimum of [10] years experience in manufacture and design of electronic security systems including sophisticated PC-based systems and digital products. B. Manufacturer’s quality system: Registered to ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard. C. Installer: 1. Minimum of [5] years experience installing IP CCTV systems. 1.7 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING A. Comply with requirements of Section [01 60 00]. B. Deliver materials in manufacturer´s original, unopened, undamaged packaging; and unharmed original identification labels. C. Protect store materials from environmental and temperature conditions following manufacturer´s instructions. Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 3 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • D. Handle and operate products and systems according to manufacturer´s instructions for installation, environmental, mechanical or electrical requirements and within thermal stress limits. E. Ensure conformance with operating limitations according to applicable data sheet. 1.8 WARRANTY A. Provide manufacturer´s warranty covering [3] years for CCTV products to repair and replace defective equipment. B. Exchanges available for product failures. 1.9 MAINTENANCE A. Make ordering of new equipment for expansions, replacements, and spare parts available to dealers and end users. B. Provide factory direct technical support from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. via phone or e- mail, or any time via Web. 1. Provide toll-free numbers to contact customer support. C. Provide on-site training and on-line training via web. PART 2– PRODUCTS 2.1 MANUFACTURERS A. Acceptable Manufacturer: Bosch Security Systems, Inc. 130 Perinton Parkway Fairport, New York, 14450, USA Phone: + 1 800 289 0096 Fax: +1 585 223 9180 security.sales@us.bosch.com www.boschsecurity.us B. Substitutions: [Not permitted.] [Under provisions of Division 1.] 1. [All proposed substitutions must be approved by the Architect or Engineer professional.] 2. [Proposed substitutions must provide a line-by-line compliance documentation.] 2.2 BOSCH VIDEO RECORDING MANAGER (VRM) A. Product: Bosch MVM-BVRM Video Recording Manager v1.0 Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 4 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • 1. Manage exclusively the video encoders and IP cameras from the Bosch Video over IP series, and the Bosch supported iSCSI storage systems. 2. Manage RAID storage in Bosch´s Direct-to-iSCSI CCTV systems. 3. Distributed storage. 4. Manage all disk arrays in the system as a single virtual common pool of storage, intelligently allocated. 5. Eliminate the need for Network Video Recorders and their associated hardware and software. 6. Offer system wide recording monitoring and management of iSCSI storage, video servers and cameras. 7. High performance, flexible, scalable and highly reliable Direct to iSCSI storage management. 8. Use of intelligent addressing that allows for load balancing of video recording. 9. Allow scalability of storage beyond physical limits of a single storage subsystem. 10. Allow each camera to use storage as needed. 11. Provide flexible retrieval via search database of recordings. 12. Provide redundancy for storage provisioning and failover design for central recording management service. 13. Scale without additional PCs. B. Basic System Features 1. Supports four [4] recording modes a. Unrestricted: 1 GB clocks of all available iSCSI disk arrays used in random order to ensure maximum utilization of disk space allotting the space to whoever needs it. Failover included. Best used when all storage is co- located on LAN. b. Restricted: only the iSCSI RAID arrays specified are used for recording. One [1] GB blocks used in random order. Up to two iSCSI arrays. Best used when only one iSCSI RAID has bandwidth for a set of cameras and encoders. c. Failover: two [2] iSCSI disk arrays are configured as primary and backup and only one primary disk array is used for recording. Best used when local failover is required. d. Preferred: when primary disk array fails, any of the other connected disk arrays may be used to failover to. Best used when all the storage is co- located on the LAN so the system can failover to anything for maximum redundancy. 2. Stand-alone solution, licensed per camera. Base license includes 16 cameras. 3. Upgrades to 32, 64,128,256 and 1,024 cameras. 4. Separate license for backup VRM server. 5. 1, 5 and 10-pack licenses for Multiple VRM servers. 6. Determine in which iSCSI disk array to record video from each camera or encoder. 7. Transfer rate of video is limited by network speed, Gigabit speed or iSCSI RAIDs capacity for data, about 200 Mbps. 8. Run as a service server on Windows 2000 Professional, XP Professional SP1, SP2, XP Home SP1or SP2, XP Professional x64, 2000 Server, 2003 Server. 9. Replay only with MS IE (v.6.0/v7.0) browser. Other functions work with wide range of browsers. Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 5 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • 10. Run configuration and Playback on Windows 2000 Professional, XP Professional SP1or SP2, and XP Professional x64. 11. Protect against unauthorized access a. Each sender and camera is protected against tampering with device passwords for different access levels. b. User administration function can set different users to have different access rights to recordings. c. Access to Configuration Manager can be password protected. 2.3 SOFTWARE COMPONENTS Video Recording Manager consists of [3] servers and client components programs which may be installed on separate systems. A. Recording Manager Service (VRM Server) with Web interface for VRM Monitor. 1. Central management of all communication and configuration data for the VRM system. 2. Provide overall status information such as uptime, bit rate, retention times, status on recording and on storage. 3. Live view and recording preview for a single camera. 4. Installed on a dedicated Windows platform. 5. Operating system: Windows 2000 Server, 2003 Server, XP Professional SP1 or SP2, XP Professional 64-bit. 6. Windows administrator rights required for installation. 7. Adjacent VRM Monitor program is the HTML based interface for monitoring the VRM system. 8. VRM Monitor is automatically installed together with the VRM Server. 9. Hardware requirements: a. Pentium IV, 2.0 GHz or faster CPU. b. 256 MB or more RAM. c. VGA or SVGA-compatible graphics card. d. 1 Gbps network adapter recommended. e. DirectX 9.0c software/ MPEG ActiveX. f. 75 MB hard drive space for installation. g. Internet Explorer v.6.0 or higher. B. VRM Configurator 1. Set up the entire system and configuration of individual devices, storage systems and users. 2. Provide configuration of the iSCSI storage subsystems, recording parameters such as schedules, data rates, frame rates, streams and privileges. 3. Manage user and groups privileges and roles. 4. Integrate senders and cameras into the system. 5. Configure senders and cameras. 6. Create users and user groups. 7. Regulate access to recordings. 8. Can be installed together with VRM Server or other PCs with network access to the VRM Server computer and to devices managed. 9. Operating system: Windows 2000 Professional, XP Professional SP1 or SP2, XP Professional 64-bit. Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 6 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • 10. Windows administrator’s rights required for installation. 11. Hardware requirements a. Pentium IV, 2.0 GHz or faster CPU. b. 256 MB or more RAM. c. VGA or SVGA-compatible graphics card. d. 1 Gbps network adapter recommended. e. DirectX 9.0c software. C. Archive Player (Playback client) 1. Replay saved recordings managed in the VRM system. 2. Optional export and saving to CD/DVD. 3. Provide comprehensive range of search functions and trick mode replay. 4. Integrated into VRM system via the Configurator manager program, installed together with Archive Player. 5. Setup and license management via the Configurator Manager. 6. Operating System: Windows XP Home, XP Professional. 7. Hardware Requirements: a. Pentium IV, 3.0 GHz or faster. b. 256 MB or more RAM. c. Graphics card: 1) NVIDIA GeForce 6600, 6800 GT, 7800. 2) NVIDIA Quadro FX 1400, 4400. 3) ATI RADEON X600, X750, X800, X850 or better. 4) Screen resolution: 1280 x 1024 pixels. d. 100 Mbps network adapter. e. CD or DVD burner recommended. f. Sound card recommended. g. DirectX 9.0c software. h. 150 MB hard drive space for installation. PART 3– EXECUTION 3.1 EXAMINATION A. Examine areas to receive devices and notify adverse conditions affecting installation or subsequent operation. B. Do not begin installation until unacceptable conditions are corrected. C. Non-compliance with security instructions may result in loss of data. D. Ensure environmental, mechanical and electrical requirements are met. 3.2 PREPARATION A. Protect devices from damage during construction. Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 7 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems
    • B. Check Windows Firewall settings. Default settings prohibit display of live images in some cases. 3.3 INSTALLATION A. Install software in accordance with manufacturer’s installation instructions. B. Install main program on dedicated platform. C. No additional web servers or application may be installed on the platform. D. Accept defaults for target directories prompted during installation. 3.4 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. Test proper operation of software programs in each workstation. B. Test proper operation of host system. C. Test proper operation of encoders, cameras and storage devices. 1. Communication between storage and recording server. 2. Independent operation of cameras, encoders and storage. D. Determine and report all problems to the manufacturer´s customer service department. 3.5 ADJUSTING A. Make proper adjustment to software and devices for correct operation in accordance with manufacturer´s instructions. 3.6 DEMOSTRATION A. Demonstrate at final inspection that recording manager and devices function properly. B. Demonstrate at final inspection that playback of video and storage functions operate properly. END OF SECTION Project Name/Project Number/6-16-10 28 23 13 - 8 Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems