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  1. 1. Section 00000 SECURITY ACCESS AND SURVEILLANCE HONEYWELL VIDEO SYSTEMS’ HRSD8 &16 MULTI-CHANNEL DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER PART 1 – GENERAL A. The intent of this document is to specify the minimum criteria for the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. 1.1 SUMMARY A. The high performance digital recording system shall combine the benefits of digital recording with the advanced processing of a multiplexer, providing a powerful, digital solution for a variety of video surveillance applications. 1.2 REFERENCES A. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B. Conformity for Europe (CE) C. Consultative Committee for International Radio (CCIR) D. Electronic Industry Association (EIA) E. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) F. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) G. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) H. National Television System Committee (NTSC) I. Phase Alternation by Line (PAL) J. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) K. Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC) 1.3 DEFINITIONS A. No Substitutes: The exact make and model number identified in this specification shall be provided without exception. B. Or Equal: Any item may be substituted for the specified item provided that in every technical sense, the substituted item provides the same or better capability and functionality. C. Or Approved Equal: A substitute for the specified item may be offered for approval by the Owner. The proposed substitution must, in every technical sense, provide the same or better capability and functionality as the specified item. Such requests for approval shall be submitted in accordance with the provisions of PART 1.05 – SUBMITTALS, and must be obtained within the time frames outlined. Rev A. -1- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  2. 2. 1.4 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1. The full featured, multi-channel digital video recorder shall combine the benefits of digital recording with the advanced processing of a multiplexer. Featuring XtraStor, an advanced proprietary compression algorithm, the unit must provide more storage on smaller media without sacrificing image quality, resulting in days, weeks, and even months of high-resolution storage. 1.5 SUBMITTALS A. General: Submittals shall be made in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract and Submittal Procedures Section. B. Shop Drawings and Schematics: Shall depict the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder in final proposed “as built” configuration. The following must be provided: 1. Connection diagrams for interfacing equipment. 2. List of connected equipment. 3. Locations for all major equipment components to be installed under this specification. C. Product Data: The following shall be provided: 1. Technical datasheets. 2. A complete set of instruction manuals. D. Quality Assurance Submittals: The following shall be submitted: 1. Checkout Report: The Contractor shall provide the Owner with a checkout report for each Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. The report shall include: a. A complete list of every device. b. The date it was tested, and by whom. c. If retested, the date it was retested, and by whom. d. The final test report shall indicate that every device was tested successfully. 1. Manufacturer’s Instructions: The Contractor shall deliver TBD sets of System Operation and Maintenance Manuals (if available) to the Owner. 2. Notice of Completion: When the final acceptance has been satisfactorily completed, the Owner shall issue a notice of completion to the Contractor. 1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE Rev A. -2- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  3. 3. A. Manufacturer’s Qualifications: The Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder manufacturer shall make available QA personnel for factory inspection and quality audit if requested by the Owner. Technical assistance and support shall be available via a toll-free telephone number and email. 1.7 DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING A. General: Delivery, storage, and handling of the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. B. Ordering: The manufacturer’s ordering instructions and lead-time requirements must be followed in order to avoid installation delays. C. Delivery: The Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be delivered in the manufacturer’s original, unopened, undamaged container with identification labels intact. D. Storage and Protection: The Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be stored and protected from exposure to harmful weather conditions and at the environmental conditions recommended by the manufacturer. 1.8 PROJECT CONDITIONS 1.9 SEQUENCING 1.10 SCHEDULING 1.11 WARRANTY A. General: The warranty period shall be a minimum of thirty-six (36) months from the manufacture date code under normal use and service. 1.12 MAINTENANCE A. Preventative Maintenance Agreement during Warranty: As a separate price item, the Contractor shall provide preventative maintenance during the warranty period. Maintenance shall include, but not be limited to: 1. Labor and materials, at no additional cost, to repair the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. 2. Labor and materials, at no additional cost, to provide test and adjustments to the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. 3. Regular inspections. Rev A. -3- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  4. 4. B. Preventative Maintenance Agreement: As a separate price item, the Contractor shall provide a complete Maintenance Agreement for a period of TBD months after the conclusion of the warranty period. The Maintenance Agreement shall include, but not be limited to: 1. Labor and materials, at no additional cost, to repair the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. 2. Labor and materials, at no additional cost, to provide test and adjustments to the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder. 3. Regular inspections. 1.13 TRAINING A. Operator training shall be conducted for a minimum of TBD sessions, with a minimum session length of TBD hours at the customer’s site. B. Training shall include, but not be limited to the Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder operation and diagnostics. PART 2 – PRODUCTS 2.01 MANUFACTURED UNITS A. Model Number/Descriptions Table HRSD8 HRSD8C250 HRSD 8 Channel NTSC Digital Recorder w/250GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW HRSD8C250X HRSD 8 Channel PAL Digital Recorder w/250GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW HRSD16 HRSD16C250 HRSD 16 Channel NTSC Digital Recorder w/250GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW HRSD16C250X HRSD 16 Channel PAL Digital Recorder w/250GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW HRSD16C500 HRSD 16 Channel NTSC Digital Recorder w/500GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW HRSD16C500X HRSD 16 Channel PAL Digital Recorder w/500GB Fixed IDE Hard Drive & internal CDRW 2.02 TECHNICAL OVERVIEW In addition to replacing both a time-lapse VCR and a multiplexer in a security installation, your DVR has many features that make it much more powerful and easier to use than even the most advanced VCR. The DVR converts analog NTSC or PAL video to digital images and records them on a hard disk drive. Using a hard disk drive allows you to access recorded video almost instantaneously; there is no need to rewind tape. The technology also allows you to view recorded video while the DVR continues recording video. Rev A. -4- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  5. 5. Digitally recorded video has several advantages over analog video recorded on tape. There is no need to adjust tracking. You can freeze frames, fast forward, fast reverse, slow forward and slow reverse without image streaking or tearing. Digital video can be indexed by time or events, and you can instantly view video after selecting the time or event. Your DVR can be set up for event or time-lapse recording. You can define times to record, and the schedule can change for different days of the week and user defined holidays. The DVR can be set up to alert you when the hard disk drive is full, or it can be set to record over the oldest video once the disk is full. Your DVR uses a proprietary encryption scheme making it nearly impossible to alter video. You can view video and control your DVR remotely by connecting via Ethernet. There are two USB ports that can be used to upgrade the system or copy video clips to external USB hard disk, USB-CDRW and flash drives. 2.03 FEATURES Your color digital video recorder (DVR) provides recording capabilities for eight or 16 camera inputs. It provides exceptional picture quality in both live and playback modes, and offers the following features:  8 or 16 Composite Video Input Connectors  “Loop-Through” Video Connectors  Compatible with Color (NTSC or PAL) and B&W (CCIR and EIA-170) Video Sources  Auto Detection for NTSC and PAL  Multiple Monitor Connectors: 1 BNC Video Out, 1 Spot, 1 VGA  Multiple Search Engines (Date/Time, Calendar, Event, Text)  Records up to 120/100 Images per Second (NTSC/PAL)  Continuous Recording in Disk Overwrite Mode  2 USB 2.0 Ports  Continues Recording while Transmitting to Remote Site and during Playback  User-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) Menu System  Multiple Recording Modes (Time-lapse, Pre-event, Alarm, Motion and Panic)  2-Channel Audio Recording and 1-Channel Audio Playback  Text Input for ATM and POS  Alarm Connections Include: Input, Output and Reset Input  Built-in Alarm Buzzer  Live or Recorded Video Access via Ethernet or Modem  Time Synchronization using industry standard protocol  Built-in CD-RW Drive  Self-diagnostics with automatic notification including hard disk drive S.M.A.R.T. protocol 2.04 OPERATION / SYSTEM CONTROL Rev A. -5- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  6. 6. A. Live Monitoring 1. The DVR shows live video on either the attached composite or VGA monitor. It supports various camera display formats; Full-screen, Single-screen, Quad, 3x3, 4x4 and PIP. 2. The DVR can be set up to sequence live video on the composite and VGA monitors through the cameras. Also, multi-screen format is provided with the composite and VGA monitors. 3. The DVR will control cameras with additional PTZ controls as well as basic control; Pan, Tilt and Zoom capabilities. The user can control the camera using GUI controls or by setting up presets. More than 50 types of PTZ camera protocols are compatible with the DVR. 4. The DVR can hide the video of the selected camera. The user has two options; Covert 1 and Covert 2. When a camera is set up as Covert 1, the DVR displays the camera title and status icons on the covert video. When set up as Covert 2, the DVR displays only the camera title on the covert video. 5. The DVR can display camera ID, recording status and recording mode information on the screen. 6. The DVR can adjust image brightness, contrast, hue and saturation. B. Recording 1. The DVR offers a variety of flexible recording modes. The user can set it up to record all the time or to only record events. It can be set up to continue recording once the hard disk drive is full by recording over the oldest video, or the user can set it up to stop recording when the hard disk is full. 2. The DVR can record at Standard (CIF) and High (Half D1). The factory default resolution is Standard (CIF). When set to Standard (CIF) the DVR has a maximum recording speed of 120 ips (100 ips for PAL). When set to High (Half D1), the DVR has a maximum recording speed of 60 ips (50 ips for PAL). 3. If the DVR is set up to record audio, it will record audio from up to 2 inputs. 4. The DVR supports not only normal scheduling but also advanced scheduling for after-work hour, on alarm and on priority alarm can be established. 5. The DVR supports pre-alarm recording from 5 seconds to 30 minutes. C. Playback & Search Rev A. -6- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  7. 7. 1. The DVR offers multi-screen playback (Single-screen  Quad  3x3  4x4), series display (displaying images from one camera image by image), and full-screen display. 2. The DVR provides various search filters for fast retrieval; Calendar, Go To, Date & Time, Event, Motion, Museum, and search based on Text-string content. 3. The DVR and Remote Access Software can save any video clip as an “.exe” (ClipPlayer) file. The ClipPlayer file is a self-executable file that includes the compressed video and audio, thus does not require additional program to play the video clip on MS Windows based PCs. The Remote Access Software can also save the current images as a bitmap or JPEG file. The DVR can save the recorded data onto USB flash memory or onto a USB CD-R(W) drive or USB-IDE hard drive 4. The DVR provides one-to-one camera recording action for each event (Alarm In, Motion, Video Loss, Text-in). D. Others 1. It is possible to review the ClipPlayer file on your PC without installing any special software. The file is self executable and supports multi-channel playback. 2. The DVR can trigger alarm or other actions when something happens to video input, such as a video signal loss, camera obscuration or system reboot. 3. The DVR can send an e-mail when events (sensor, motion, video loss, camera obscuration, Text-in and/or stop recording) occur. 4. The DVR has built-in video motion detector. Video motion detector can be programmed for each camera to define a region of interest and sensitivity to trigger video motion detection. 5. The user can adjust the GUI transparency which allows live monitoring while changing DVR settings. 6. The Self-diagnosis and notification of system status including standard S.M.A.R.T. Protocol are provided for the DVR which allows diagnose the system and hard disk drive status. 7. It is possible to synchronize the time between the DVRs and a network time server. 8. The DVR can load typical settings, save the current settings, and load default settings. 9. The DVR access can be protected by various authority levels; the user can add various user levels, and charge them different accessing authorities settings. 256 users and 64 groups can be registered with various authority levels. Rev A. -7- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  8. 8. 10. The RASplus (Remote Administration System) can be used for remote access. The user can view video or control the DVR remotely via LAN. 2.05 SPECIFICATIONS VIDEO Signal Format NTSC or PAL (Auto Detect) Composite: 8 or 16 looping inputs, 1 Vp-p, auto-terminating, Video Input 75 Ohms Composite: 1 BNC, 1 Vp-p, 75 Ohms Monitor Outputs SPOT: 1 BNC, 1 Vp-p, 75 Ohms VGA: 1 Composite: 720x480 (NTSC), 720x576 (PAL) Video Resolution VGA: 800x600 @ 60Hz Playback/Record Speed 120/120ips (NTSC), 100/100ips (PAL) (images per second) INPUTS/OUTPUTS Alarm Input 8 or 16 TTL, programmable as NC or NO, 4.3V threshold 2 relay outputs, terminal blocks, programmable as NC or NO, Alarm Output 0.5A@125VAC, 1A@30VDC Alarm Reset Input 1 TTL, terminal block Internal Buzzer 80dB at 10cm Network Connectivity 10/100 Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45), RS232C for external modem Audio Input RCA Input: 2, Line In Audio Output RCA Output: 1, Line Out Text Input Serial Interface via USB, RS232, or RS485 Rev A. -8- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  9. 9. CONNECTORS Video Input Composite: 8 or 16 BNC Video Loop Composite: 8 or 16 BNC (Auto Terminating) Composite: 1 BNC Monitor Output VGA: 1 VGA SPOT (Composite): 1 BNC Audio In 2 RCA connector Audio Out 1 RCA connector Alarm Input/Output Terminal blocks Ethernet Port RJ-45 RS232C Serial Port DB9 (P) RS485 Serial Port Two-connector terminal block USB Port 2 (USB 2.0) STORAGE Primary Storage EIDE hard disk drive up to 2 with an internal CD-RW drive Built-in CD-RW drive Video Clip Copy* USB hard disk drive, CD-RW drive or flash drive GENERAL Dimensions (W x H x D) 16.9" x 3.5" x 16.3" (430mm x 89mm x 413mm) Unit Weight 16.1 lbs. (7.3kg) Shipping Weight 27.0 lbs. (12.3kg) Operating Temperature 41°F to 104°F (5°C to 40°C) Operating Humidity 0% to 90% non-condensing Power 100 to 240 VAC, 2 A, 60/50Hz Power Consumption Max. 90W Approvals FCC, UL, CB, CE Specifications are subject to change without notice. PART 3 – EXECUTION 3.01 EXAMINATION A. Submission of a proposal confirms that the contract documents and site conditions are accepted without qualifications unless exceptions are specifically noted. B. The site shall be visited on a regular basis to appraise ongoing progress of other trades and contractors, make allowances for all ongoing work, and coordinate the requirements of this contract in a timely manner. C. The Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder must be inspected before installation, and shall be free of any cosmetic defects or damage. Rev A. -9- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  10. 10. 3.02 PREPARATION A. Prior to installation, the Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be configured and tested in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 3.03 INSTALLATION A. The Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder must be installed, programmed, and tested in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. 1. In order to ensure a complete, functional Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder, for bidding purposes, where information is not available from the Owner upon request, the worst-case condition shall be assumed. 2. Interfaces shall be coordinated with the Owner’s representative, where appropriate. 3. All necessary black-boxes, racks, connectors, supports, conduit, cable, and wire must be furnished and installed to provide a complete and reliable Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder installation. Exact location of all boxes, conduit, and wiring runs shall be presented to the Owner for approval in advance of any installation. 4. All conduit, cable, and wire shall be installed parallel and square with building lines, including raised floor areas. Conduit fill shall not exceed forty percent (40%). All wires shall be gathered and tied up to create an orderly installation. 3.04 TESTING AND CERTIFICATION A. The Contractor shall demonstrate the functionality of the Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder upon completion of installation, documenting the result of all tests and providing these results to the Owner. The Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be tested in accordance with the following: 1. The Contractor shall conduct a complete inspection and test of all installed Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder equipment. This includes testing and verifying operation with connected equipment. 2. The Contractor shall provide staff to test all devices and all operational features of the system for witness by the Owner’s representative and the Authority Having jurisdiction. All testing must be witnessed by the Owner’s representative, prior to acceptance. 3. The testing and certification shall take place as follows: Rev A. -10- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  11. 11. a. The Multi Channel Digital Video Recorder shall be tested in conjunction with the manufacturer’s representative. b. All deficiencies noted in the above test shall be corrected. c. Test results shall be submitted to the consultant or Owner’s representative. d. The test and correction of any deficiencies shall be witnessed by the owner’s representative, and note. e. The Owner’s representative shall accept the system. f. The system test shall be witnessed by the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Any deficiencies noted during the testing must be corrected. 4. A letter of certification shall be provided to indicate that the tests have been performed, and all devices are operational. END OF SECTION Rev A. -11- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007
  12. 12. Brief Specification The high performance, 120/100 ips (NTSC/PAL), digital recording system shall combine digital recording with the advanced processing of a multiplexer, providing a powerful, digital solution for a variety of video surveillance applications. The full featured, multi-channel digital video recorder (DVR) shall support XtraStor, an advanced proprietary compression algorithm. The unit must be capable of providing storage for days, weeks, and even months of high-resolution storage. The DVR converts analog NTSC or PAL video to digital images and records them on a hard disk drive. Using a hard disk drive allows you to access recorded video almost instantaneously; there is no need to rewind tape. The technology also allows you to view recorded video, transmit to a remote site, or archive video while the DVR continues recording video. During playback, the DVR will allow the operator to freeze frames, fast forward, fast reverse, slow forward and slow reverse. Digital video can be indexed by time or events, and you can instantly view video after selecting the time or event. The DVR can be set up for time-lapse, event (pre-event, alarm, motion), or panic recording and supports multiple search engines (Date/Time, Calendar, and Event). Using the user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) Menu system, you can define times to record, change the schedule for different days of the week and user-defined holidays. The DVR can be set up to alert you when the hard disk drive is full, or it can be set to record over the oldest video once the disk is full (in Disk Overwrite mode). The DVR uses a proprietary encryption scheme making it nearly impossible to alter video. You can view video and control your DVR remotely by connecting via modem or Ethernet. The DVR can be remotely accessed over the internet using a standard remote access software. There are two USB ports that can be used to upgrade the system or copy video clips to external USB hard disk, USB- CDRW and flash drives. The DVR supports an internal CD-RW for clip copy to burn an Evidence CD. The DVR shall support mouse connectivity via USB port. The mouse will be used to set up/configure the DVR and for operator functions such as search, playback and PTZ control. The DVR shall support hard drive temperature measurement and reporting for preventative maintenance purposes. The DVR shall support 64 access levels for up to 256 users. Your color digital video recorder (DVR) provides recording capabilities for 8 or 16 camera inputs, each with a corresponding BNC looping video output. It provides exceptional picture quality in both live and playback modes, with Color (NTSC or PAL) and B&W (CCIR and EIA-170) video sources that are auto-detected. The DVR provides multiple monitor connectors: 1 BNC Video Out, 1 Spot, and 1 VGA. It also supports 2-channel audio recording, 1- channel audio playback, and text input for up to 16 POS terminals text data multiplexed on a single RS232 stream. The DVR alarm connections include: input, output and reset input with an added built-in alarm buzzer. The Multi-Channel Digital Video Recorder manufacturer shall make available QA personnel for factory inspection and quality audit if requested by the Owner. The manufacturer shall provide technical assistance and support via a toll-free telephone number and email. Rev A. -12- 800-01073 Oct 1, 2007

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