Technical Proposal - Structured Cabling

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  • 1. Site 6 - Prototype 3 KAP 2 – King Abdullah ProjectTechnical Proposal – Revision 2.03 Section: Passive Cabling Solution Document author: Wael Ghazzawi Revision date: December 01, 2011 1
  • 2. Site 6 - Prototype 3Table of Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 3 Single Line Diagram ................................................................................................................................ 4 Quantitative Analysis ............................................................................................................................. 4 Fiber Connections ................................................................................................................................... 4 Future Expansion .................................................................................................................................... 4 Bill of Quantities ..................................................................................................................................... 5 Component Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 9 Appendix............................................................................................................................................... 12 A. Specification Sheet –8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-300-00.dwg; B. Specification Sheet – 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-310-00.dwg; C. Specification Sheet – 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-320-00.dwg; D. Specification Sheet –8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-512-00.dwg; E. Data Sheet – UTP6Z-MSB F. Data Sheet – BL186-P1W - BL186-P2W G. Data Sheet – 61110-Rx6 H. Data Sheet – 62460-xxx I. Data Sheet – 69586-Uxx J. Data Sheet – Opt-X_1000i K. Data Sheet – 5F100_xxx L. Data Sheet – Fiber Pigtails 5LPLC-M03 M. Data Sheet – T5PLS_xxF N. Data Sheet –5LDLC-M0x O. Data Sheet – xxDRZ-yy1 P. Data Sheet – 491RU0HFO 2
  • 3. Site 6 - Prototype 3Introduction This Technical Submittal details the proposed LevitonPassive Network Solution designed to be deployed in PROTOTYPE 3 (Site 6), “Soldiers Institute in King Fahad Security College” subject to the initial riser diagram(s) with: Reference number: 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-300-00.dwg; 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-310-00.dwg; 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-320-00.dwg; 8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-512-00.dwg; Titled: “King Fahad Security College in Riyadh Educational Building” Consultant: “Not Specified” File Description: The riser diagram(s) reflect the cabinet layout for the Low Current Rooms that are distributed over (Ground, 1st, 2nd floors) in addition to a dedicated drawing that shows the general layout of the designated cabinets for the IPTV on each floor. This allows the generation of a quantitative analysis table that reflects the number of Nods and associated Switches per cabinet based on which the quantity of passive components can be calculated. 3
  • 4. Site 6 - Prototype 3Single Line Diagram The Following Diagram provides a high detail equivalent Riser diagram (subject to the project riser drawing: “8488-SO-06-03-039-FD-T-3X0-00.dwg”) with special emphases on showing the exact active data content of each cabinet., and where the MTR consists of two dedicated 42U cabinets to hold the core-switch and additional components. 4
  • 5. Site 6 - Prototype 3Quantitative Analysis The table below uses quantitative analysisbased on the drawing(s) “Structured cabling network – Master Plan”projecting the exact number and type of Nods connected to each Low Current room in addition to projecting the number of switches and patch panels required to service them. Educational Building Ground Floor Copper Switch Security Cabinet UPC T/D IPTV N# Cabinet Patch Panel - 24 Outlets Size Capacity outlets Outlets 24U Ports (DC- CCTV) 1 LC Cabinet GR32A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 20 4 9 2 LC Cabinet GR44 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 28 7 6 3 LC Cabinet GR55A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 25 8 6 4 LC Cabinet GR72 42U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 24 8 6 5 LC Cabinet GR83A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 16 5 7 First Floor Copper Switch Security Cabinet UPC T/D IPTV Cabinet Patch Panel - 24 Outlets Size Capacity outlets Outlets 24U Ports (DC- CCTV) 6 LC Cabinet 029 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 4 4 58 2 10 7 LC Cabinet 048 42U 4 KW - 3 U 3 3 41 12 4 8 LC Cabinet 065 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 9 9 164 12 7 9 LC Cabinet 082 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 4 4 67 12 6 10 LC Cabinet 100A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 2 2 30 7 7 2nd Floor Copper Switch Security Cabinet UPC T/D IPTV Cabinet Patch Panel - 24 Outlets Size Capacity outlets Outlets 24U Ports (DC- CCTV) 11 LC Cabinet 052 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 3 3 31 8 7 12 LC Cabinet 081 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 4 4 51 12 8 13 LC Cabinet 106A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 8 8 138 9 13 14 LC Cabinet 134 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 4 4 57 12 6 15 LC Cabinet 158A 42 U 4 KW - 3 U 3 3 32 8 6 5
  • 6. Site 6 - Prototype 3Fiber Connections In this Table we determine the number of fiber linkscoming for each cabinet to allow connection to the core switch. This in turn allows us to determine the capacity required for the fiber patch panel and the number of fiber patch cords on both ends. Educational Building Ground Floor GLC 1G Fiber N# Cabinet Switch - 24 Ports Required Connections 1 LC Cabinet GR32A 2 2 2 2 LC Cabinet GR44 2 2 2 3 LC Cabinet GR55A 2 2 2 4 LC Cabinet GR72 2 2 2 5 LC Cabinet GR83A 2 2 2 First Floor GLC 1G Fiber Cabinet Switch - 24 Ports Required Connections 6 LC Cabinet 029 4 2 4 7 LC Cabinet 048 3 2 3 8 LC Cabinet 065 4-5 4 9 9 LC Cabinet 082 4 2 4 10 LC Cabinet 100A 2 2 2 2nd Floor GLC 1G Fiber Cabinet Switch - 24 Ports Required Connections 11 LC Cabinet 052 3 2 3 12 LC Cabinet 081 4 2 4 13 LC Cabinet 106A 4-4 4 8 14 LC Cabinet 134 4 2 4 15 LC Cabinet 158A 3 2 3 Total 34 54 6
  • 7. Site 6 - Prototype 3Future Expansion The combined table below reflects the number and percentage of vacant ports that can be utilized for future use; these values are based on the requested number of switches that directly reflects on the required number of patch panels. Educational Building Ground Floor Security T/D Total Switch - Switch - IPTV Outlets Total N# Cabinet outlet Switch Vacancy % 48 Ports 24 Ports Outlets (DC- Outlets s Ports CCTV) LC Cabinet 1 GR32A 0 2 20 4 9 44 33 25.00% LC Cabinet 2 GR44 0 2 28 7 6 44 41 6.82% LC Cabinet 3 GR55A 0 2 25 8 6 44 39 11.36% LC Cabinet 4 GR72 0 2 24 8 6 44 38 13.64% LC Cabinet 5 GR83A 0 2 16 5 7 44 28 36.36% First Floor Security T/D Total Switch - Switch - IPTV Outlets Total Cabinet outlet Switch Vacancy % 48 Ports 24 Ports Outlets (DC- Outlets s Ports CCTV) 6 LC Cabinet 029 0 4 58 2 10 88 70 20.45% 7 LC Cabinet 048 0 3 41 12 4 66 57 13.64% 8 LC Cabinet 065 0 9 164 12 7 198 183 7.58% 9 LC Cabinet 082 0 4 67 12 6 88 85 3.41% LC Cabinet 10 100A 0 2 30 7 7 44 44 0.00% 2nd Floor Security T/D Total Switch - Switch - IPTV Outlets Total Cabinet outlet Switch Vacancy % 48 Ports 24 Ports Outlets (DC- Outlets s Ports CCTV) 11 LC Cabinet 052 0 3 31 8 7 66 46 30.30% 12 LC Cabinet 081 0 4 51 12 8 88 71 19.32% LC Cabinet 13 106A 0 8 138 9 13 176 160 9.09% 14 LC Cabinet 134 0 4 57 12 6 88 75 14.77% LC Cabinet 15 158A 0 3 32 8 6 66 46 30.30% 7
  • 8. Site 6 - Prototype 3Bill of Quantities The tables below provide a quantitative list of the required components/Sub-components, to achieve the required performance criteria as set forth in the project specifications and in alignment with the notes provided by the consultant on the approved drawings.Line # General D. Vendor P# Material ID Description ∑ Qty UTP6Z-MSB 1.1 Cat-6 LSZH 4p/23 305m Box, Gray 300 BL186-P2W 1.2 W/PLT 2-PT ID 86MM WHT 782 Copper part – BL186-P1W 1. Leviton 1.3 W/PLT 1-PT ID 86MM WHT 234 User Side 61110-RW6 1.4 JACK CAT 6 8P8C WHITE 1016 62460-10S 1.5 P-CORD CAT 6+ 10 GREY 1016 PPANEL 24-PORT 1U CAT6 + BAR, 69586-U24 54 2.1 LOADED Copper part – 2. Leviton 491RU-HFO DUCT HORIZ 1RU F/O 106 Cabinet side 2.2 62460-03S P-CORD CAT 6+ 3 GREY 1016 2.3 5R1UM-F03 OPT-X 1000i ENCL 1U UP TO 72F 15 3.1 (3-PLT) EMPTY 5F100-12A PLATE 12F OM3 LC AQ ZIRC 6PK 15 3.2 DPLX 5LPLC-M03 PIGTAIL LC 50U OM3 3 MTR 180 Fiber part – 3.3 3. Floor Cabinets Leviton T5PLS-12F TRAY SPL PLAST+CVR 12F WITH 15 side 3.4 SLEEVES 5F100-BPP PLATE BLANK PLASTIC, OPT-X 30 3.5 5LDLC-M02 Fiber Cord OM3 LC-LC DPLX, 2 mtr 34 3.6 491RU-HFO DUCT HORIZ 1RU F/O 15 3.7 8
  • 9. Site 6 - Prototype 3 Bill of Quantities (Continued) The tables below provide a quantitative list of the required components/Sub-components, to achieve the required performance criteria as set forthLine # General D. Vendor P# Material ID Description ∑ Qty OPT-X 1000i ENCL 1U UP TO 72F 5R1UM-F03 5 4.1 (3-PLT) EMPTY PLATE 12F OM3 LC AQ ZIRC 6PK 5F100-12A 15 4.2 DPLX 5LPLC-M03 PIGTAIL LC 50U OM3 3 MTR 180 4.3 Fiber Part – TRAY SPL PLAST+CVR 12F WITH 4. Main Cabinet Leviton T5PLS-12F 5 4.4 SLEEVES Sides TRAY SPL PLAST+CVR 24F WITH T5PLS-24F 5 4.5 SLEEVES 5LDLC-M05 Fiber Cord OM3 LC-LC DPLX, 5 mtr 34 4.6 491RU-HFO DUCT HORIZ 1RU F/O 5 4.7 Fiber Optic I/O Loose, 12 core OM3 LSZH 1km 5. Leviton 5.1 5LLRZ-121 3150 Cable reel CAB-WMD-4 6.1 Cabinet 42U 800x800 2 2-800-800 6. Cabinets Opterna CAB-WMD-4 6.2 Cabinet 42U 800x600 16 2-800-600 9
  • 10. Site 6 - Prototype 3Component Specifications Based on the previous section we will now start discussing our solution components and present a general overview on their performance details. (1) Copper part – User Side: This represents the passive connectivity at the user side (Nod), where each nod consists of (a) the faceplate “1 or 2 ports”, the connector module fitted onto the faceplate, and the LSZH CAT6. These components translate to the following Leviton components: a. Cat-6 LSZH 4p/23 305m Box, Gray b. W/PLT 2-PT ID 86MM WHT c. W/PLT 1-PT ID 86MM WHT d. JACK CAT 6 8P8C WHITE e. P-CORD CAT 6+ 10 GREY Where item (b) and Item (c) represent the 2 port and 1 port faceplates respectively, and will have item (d) the RJ-45 module installed onto it, item (a) the LSZH cable will be terminated on the (d) at the nod side and will be pulled to the cabinet side where it will be terminated on the patch panel back side. Item (e) is then used to patch the front patch panel port to the correct active switch. Refer to Appendix 5: Data Sheet - UTP6Z-MSB Refer to Appendix 6: Data Sheet - 61110-Rx6 Refer to Appendix 7: Data Sheet - 62460-xxx (2) Cabinet side (FTR & MTR): This represents the Floor standing Cabinet which will hold the Passive Fiber Patch panel, Copper Patch Panels, Patch Cords and Active Components. These cabinets come in two types the 42U 800x800 for the MTR room, and the 42U 800x600 for the FTR rooms. The Floor Cabinets will be fitted with the following items: a. PPANEL 24-PORT 1U CAT6 + BAR, LOADED b. DUCT HORIZ 1RU F/O c. P-CORD CAT 6+ 3 GREY d. OPT-X 1000i ENCL 1U UP TO 72F (3-PLT) EMPTY:  PLATE 12F OM3 LC AQ ZIRC 6PK DPLX  PIGTAIL LC 50U OM3 3 MTR  TRAY SPL PLAST+CVR 12F WITH SLEEVES  PLATE BLANK PLASTIC, OPT-X e. Fiber Cord OM3 LC-LC DPLX, 2 mtr f. DUCT HORIZ 1RU F/O Where the assembly of the items represented by (d) composes the Fiber optic patch panel that will be used to connect the FTR to the MTR using the fiber cable specified in item (e), followed by using item (c) for patching the terminated ports to the equivalent switches and core switch ports. 10
  • 11. Site 6 - Prototype 3Component Specifications (continued) Whereas item (a) represents the copper patch panel and (b) the copper cable management system to which the assembly detailed in (1) interlinks. Refer to Appendix 8: Data Sheet - 69586-Uxx Refer to Appendix 9: Data Sheet - 62460-xxx Refer to Appendix 10: Data Sheet - Opt-X_1000i Refer to Appendix 11: Data Sheet - 5F100_xxx Refer to Appendix 12: Data Sheet - Fiber Pigtails 5LPLC-M03 Refer to Appendix 13: Data Sheet - T5PLS_xxF Refer to Appendix 14: Data Sheet - 5LDLC-M0x (3) Fiber Optic Cable: The purpose of this item is to connect the Floor Cabinet to the Main Data Center Cabinet. Each Cabinet is connected via 12 Core Fiber Optic Cable Multimode. Refer to Appendix 15: Data Sheet - xxDRZ-yy1 11
  • 12. Site 6 - Prototype 3Appendix 12