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Control/Communicator D9412

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General......................................................................................................... 3
Scope Of Work................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction....................................................................................................................... 3
Work included under this section.......................................................................................3
Related work specified under other sections of these specifications (Related sections)....3
General Conditions............................................................................................................ 3
Submittals at bid time....................................................................................................... 3
Submittals after award of contract....................................................................................3
Documentation to be submitted by the Contractor upon completion of system installation
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On-site security personnel training....................................................................................4
System approvals.............................................................................................................. 4
Quality assurance.............................................................................................................. 4
Warranty............................................................................................................................ 4
Service/Maintenance......................................................................................................... 4
Products....................................................................................................... 5
System Description............................................................................................................ 5
System Feature/Capability Summary.................................................................................6
System Interferance Requiremants....................................................................................9
Material............................................................................................................................. 9
System Hardware Description:........................................................................................... 9
Execution.................................................................................................... 15
Installation....................................................................................................................... 15
Supervision...................................................................................................................... 15
Programming................................................................................................................... 15
Testing............................................................................................................................. 15
Commissioning................................................................................................................ 15

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1.0 General
1.1

Scope of Work

1.1.0 Introduction
The Contractor shall provide, install, and program a functionally complete, integrated Digital
Alarm Communicator and Access Control System (DACS) per Manufacturer's guidelines, codes
described, and these specifications.
1.1.0 Work included under this section
WORK INCLUDED IN CONTRACT SHALL BE INSERTED HERE. ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED UNDER THIS
HEADING DEPEND UPON HOW A SPECIFIC PROJECT IS SCOPED AND PREFERENCES OF A
PARTICULAR OWNER. THE FOLLOWING ARE USUALLY INCLUDED:

SYSTEM AND ITS COMPONENTS

SYSTEM WIRING (LOW VOLTAGE)

MOUNTING ACCESSORIES

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

WARRANTY, SERVICE & TRAINING

1.1.0 Related work specified under other sections of these specifications (Related
sections)
RELATED WORK IN CONTRACT SHALL BE INSERTED HERE. ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED UNDER THIS
HEADING DEPEND UPON HOW A SPECIFIC PROJECT IS SCOPED AND PREFERENCES OF A
PARTICULAR OWNER. THE FOLLOWING ARE USUALLY INCLUDED:

1.2

POWER (120 VAC)

RACEWAYS

DOOR HARDWARE (ELECTRIC LOCKS)

DOOR FRAME ALARM CONTACT PREPARATION

TELEPHONE LINES (ONLY FOR OFF-SITE REPORTING)

General Conditions

1.2.0 Submittals at bid time


For bid evaluation, bid submittals shall include six (6) sets of the items described below:
Specification sheets (cut sheets) of all proposed equipment.
Equipment list identifying:
Model number of each unit.
Quantities of each type of device.
Unit costs
Specification compliance: A letter submitted with the bid, responding to
specification sub-sections individually, indicating exceptions, substitutions, and
alternates. The Contractor shall submit requests for substitutions (as well as all
relevant technical data pertaining to the substituted equipment) to the specifier
10 days prior to the close of bid for evaluation and approval.
1.2.0 Submittals after award of contract
1. These include point-to-point drawings of systems and wiring diagrams of individual
devices.
2. Drawings: Shop drawings to provide details of proposed system and the work to be
provided. Permits: The Contractor shall be responsible for identifying requirements

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for permits from the local police department for the installation of the alarm system
specified herein and shall assist the owner in obtaining the relevant alarm permits.

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1.2.0 Documentation to be submitted by the Contractor upon completion of system
installation
1. "As-builts": Upon completion of installation, the Contractor shall prepare "as-built"
drawings of the system. These "As-builts" shall be 30 in. x 42 in. format mylar
reproducible drawings of each floor plan indicating exact device locations, panel
terminations, cable routes and wire numbers as tagged and color-coded on the cable
tag.
1. Additionally, final point-to-point wiring diagrams of each type of device (on 30 in. x
42 in. format) shall be included in the "as-builts."
2. "As-builts" shall be submitted to the Owner for approval prior to the system
acceptance walk-through.
2. Operation and maintenance manuals: Three sets of operating manuals shall be
provided explaining the operation and maintenance of the system.
1.2.0 On-site security personnel training
Training in the complete operation of the systems shall be furnished by the Contractor upon
completion of installation.
THE EXTENT OF THE TRAINING PROCESS AND THE TIME NEEDED TO CARRY OUT THE TRAINING
ARE DEPENDENT ON THE SIZE AND COMPLEXITY OF THE SYSTEM. SPECIFIER TO INSERT
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINING HERE.
1.2.0 System approvals
1. The system shall be the standard product of one manufacturer, and the manufacturer
shall have been in business manufacturing similar products for at least 5 years.
2. After-sales support: The Contractor shall be a factory-authorized and trained dealer
of the system and shall be factory-trained and certified to maintain/repair the system
after system acceptance.
1.2.0 Quality assurance
All equipment, systems, and materials furnished and installed under this section shall be
installed in accordance with the applicable standards of:
1. National codes: NEC, NFPA, UBC
2. Approvals and listings: UL (including Access Control)
3. Local Authorities Having Jurisdiction
1.2.0 Warranty
All components, parts, and assemblies supplied by the Manufacturers and installed by the
Contractor shall be warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of at
least 12 months (parts and labor), commencing upon date of acceptance by Owner. Warranty
service shall be provided by a qualified factory-trained service representative.
1.2.0 Service/Maintenance
1. System maintenance and repair of system or workmanship defects during the
warranty period shall be provided by the Contractor free of charge (parts and labor).
2. Periodic testing of the system shall be carried out on a monthly or quarterly basis to
ensure the integrity of the control/communicator, the sensing devices, and the
telephone lines.
3. The installer shall correct any system defect within six hours of receipt of call from
the Owner.
4. Extended service/maintenance agreements shall be offered by the Contractor for up
to four years after the warranty expires. The agreement shall be renewable monthly,
quarterly, or yearly.

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2.0 Products
2.1

System Description

The DACS system specified herein shall include a Digital Alarm Communicator Transmitter
(DACT), built-in telephone line monitor, 500 event (minimum) memory logger, real time clock,
calendar, test timer, battery charging / voltage supervision circuitry, battery lead supervision,
diagnostics displays, time / event-based scheduling system, lightning / EMI protection circuits,
and the associated optional modules and components for a complete DACS system. Refer to
section 2.4 Materials, p.10 for detailed hardware requirements and specifications.
The DACT firmware shall support programmable "software" features as detailed in section 2.2
System Feature/Capability Summary, p.6. The following describes the general functional
requirements of the DACS system:
A. The DACS shall support the connection and reporting of intrusion, fire detection and
access control devices to a remote Digital Alarm Communicator Receiver (DACR).
B. The DACS shall provide identification, annunciation, and communication of alarmed
detectors by point and each access control user by number.
C. The DACS shall be capable of segregating the points (i.e., a detector or group of
detectors zoned together) into separate, independent "areas."
D. The DACS shall be "modularly" expandable using hard-wired address identification
modules.
E. The DACS shall have electrically supervised detection loops and power supplies
(mains and battery(s)). This supervision shall be programmable for the purposes of
reporting this information to the DACR.
F. The DACS shall be capable of monitoring and switching to active telephone lines
when trying to establish communications with the DACR and transmitting a report.
G. The DACS shall be capable of reporting and communicating alarm or trouble event
data by reporting to one, two, three or four off-site remote DACRs via dial-up analog
telephone lines.
H. The DACS shall be capable of sending (manually or automatically) test and status
reports to remote DACRs.
I. The DACS shall be programmable locally or remotely. Programming shall be
accomplished via a portable programmer or a computer running the Remote Account
Manager (RAM) software. Users shall be capable of changing their own user
passcode from the Alarm Command Center (ACC) and managers shall be capable of
changing the user passcodes and authority assignments by area of other users from
the ACC.
J. The DACS shall annunciate alarm, trouble, service reminders, and other relevant
system status messages in custom English text at the ACC.
K. The DACS shall be capable of executing diagnostics and testing functions locally or
remotely.
L. The DACS shall be capable of activating 128 relays and three additional outputs for
auxiliary functions based on its classifications (area vs. panel wide).
M. The DACS shall be capable of controlling relays and automatically executing system
functions based on a time / event scheduling program. The program can be hour,
day of week or day of month based. Each scheduled event can be exclusive of one of
four holiday date definitions that can include one to 365 selected Julian dates. The
following functions can be executed:
1. Arm / Disarm a specific area
2. Bypass / Unbypass a point
3. Activate / Deactivate a relay
4. Send a test report
5. Adjust system clock for daylight savings time
6. Turn an Access Authority Level On / Off
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7. Hold a Door Open (unlocked and shunted)
8. Secure a Door Closed (locked, no valid cards will allow entry)
9. Return a Door to Normal Operation (locked, valid cards will allow entry)
10. Turn recording of Access Granted events On / Off (and transmittal if routing is ON)
11. Turn recording of Access Denied events On / Off (and transmittal if routing is ON)
N. The DACS shall be capable of listening to calls answered by other devices on the
premises side of the phone line and determining if a special tone is being sent from
the incoming call (Remote Account Manager) and intercepting the call for Remote
Account Manager sessions.
O. The DACS shall be capable of controlling up to eight separate doors using and
providing entry to authorized users based on authority assigned to the user by the
area into which the door enters. The DACS shall use not less than 24 bits of
card/token specific data to identify the user. This card data shall not be truncated or
shortened in making the identification of the user.

2.2

System Feature/Capability Summary

The following indicates system software/hardware capabilities, capacities, and formats:


A. Number of Loops/Sensors: 246 separately identifiable points, of which 8 are on-board
loops and 238 are off-board addressable points / zones connected to multiplexed
backbone trunks. Each of the points shall be capable of supporting "group zoning."
Group zoning refers to the combining of sensors into a separately identifiable and
separately annunciated (programmable text) area.
B. Programming Point Functionality: Each point in the system shall provide for the
following type of response in the system.
1. Always on (24 hour response)
2. On when the system is Master Armed
3. Only on when the system is Perimeter Armed
4. Displays / Does Not Display at the ACC when the point is activated
5. Provides / Does Not Provide entry warning tone
6. Sounds / Does Not Sound audible alarm indication
7. The Point is bypassable / not bypassable
8. Alarm Verification with programmable verification time
9. Relay activation by Point
10. Provides / Does Not Provide "watch point" capability
11. Provides Swinger Bypass
12. Defers Bypass Report
13. Can return to the system after being force armed and then restoring
14. Can return to the system after being bypassed and then restoring
C. Areas/Accounts: The DACS shall support 8 independent areas. Each of the eight
areas shall have custom text associated with the armed state, disarmed state and
point-off-normal state. Additionally, the DACS shall be capable of assigning 1 to 8
account identifiers to the areas depending on the distribution of areas per account.
Each and all of the eight areas must be capable of Master and/or Perimeter arming
(excluding predefined Interior protection).
The DACS shall be capable of logically grouping 2 or more points into an area, or
conversely, dividing the points into two or more areas.
Any area shall be configurable to allow arming by specific users when a
programmable number of devices are faulted or bypassed.
Areas shall be independently controlled by their corresponding ACC. Each ACC can
be designated to control a specific area, or group of areas, or all areas in the system.
Independent control or relay functions by area shall be possible through
programming assignments.
D. Number of Alarm Command Centers: 32 ACCs, each capable of displaying custom
English text on vacuum fluorescent displays and sounding different patterns of
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audible alarm for different events, shall be required. Up to Eight ACCs can be
supervised at one time. An ACC can be programmed to respond to the entry of any of
the specifically authorized 250 user passcodes (followed by the [ENT] key) and cycle
an assigned access control door using a connected door controller. The event is
logged and transmitted (if routing is ON) to the DACR including door and user
identity.
E. Number of User Passcodes: Up to 250 different passcodes shall be required. Each
passcode shall be three to six digits (variable) and be assigned a 16-character user
name that shall be printed on the local printer and DACR with associated opening and
closing reports form the user. Passcodes shall be enabled or disabled by area(s) and
shall be assigned one of fourteen different authority levels to carry out functions such
as the activation of relays from the ACC. These passcodes shall also be required for
carrying various system functions such as arming the system, disarming the system,
transmitting a duress code, resetting the system and silencing sounders. A single
user passcode shall be able to be used in each of the 8 areas with potentially a
different authority level in each area.
Each of the 250 different passcodes shall be able to be associated with 4 individual
access cards/tokens. The authority of any of the four cards assigned to the user will
be that of the user, but each card will report in the display, local printer, memory
event log and at the DACR as a separate user / subuser number pair.

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F.

Number of Access Controlled Doors: Up to 8 doors, each connected to a door


controller module that is subsequently connected to the DACT. Each door controller
is programmed through the DACT from the local programmer or the RAM and can be
configured independently from other doors. Each door contact is supervised and is
wired to the door controller and can use normally open or normally closed contacts.
The door lock can be programmed to reset the door strike time when the door either
opens or closes. The door opening can terminate a programmable door buzzer. The
door contact is shunted when valid access is being granted through the door. A
request to exit and a separate request to enter supervised input is provided on the
door controller. A programmable feature provides for door shunting on request to
exit without activating the lock output. An optional buzzer can be sounded and an
ACC can display a door closing warning if the door is held open beyond a
programmable time. The door can be programmed to activate an alarm or trouble in
the door left open condition. The DACS shall be capable of transmitting the Door Left
Open indication to the DACR. The door strike shall be capable of being programmed
to automatically unlock if the area is completely disarmed and will not automatically
unlock if the area is selectively disarmed. The DACS shall be capable of being
programmed, on a time basis, to record access granted and or access denied events
by door.
G. Access Control / User Features: The DACS shall allow each authority profile to specify
whether users holding that authority are to be granted access into the area based on
whether the area is completely disarmed, perimeter armed or completely armed.
Additionally, the DACS shall be able to automatically disarm the area or convert the
arm state of the area from fully armed to perimeter armed based on the authority
level assigned to the user and area. Assigned users shall be able to manually control
the door from an ACC by setting the door to Normal Operation, Manually Locked or
Secured (valid cards will not operate).
H. Communication Formats: The Bosch Security Systems Modem IIIa2 communications
format shall be utilized for optimum system performance. The DACT shall report to a
Commercial Central Station using a Bosch Security Systems D6500 Alarm Receiver
that supports the Bosch Security Systems Modem IIIa2 communications format.
One such advantage is point identification information transmission to DACRs
(Alarms, Troubles and Restorals by point). Others include actual point number; point
text; actual user number, user name; by-passed points; relay activation;
opening/closing reports by users; late, early, or fail opening/closing reports, and
opening/closing reports by area.
I. Testing, Diagnostic, and Programming Facilities: Automatic test reports and remote
system access for diagnostics, programming, and log (Logger) uploads shall also be
supported via a remote central station computer utilizing the RAM software.
J. Logger Capacities and Formats: 500 events (minimum) indicating time, date, type of
event, account number, area number, user ID, point text, user text and
primary/secondary event route each event. Logs shall be viewed locally at the ACC
and remotely via an upload to a computer running the RAM software. The DACS shall
also support the printing of these events on up to three local printers. The DACS
shall also send a report to the DACR when the log reaches a programmable "percent
full capacity" so that RAM can retrieve the stored events. Events can be routed to
specific printers by group, signal type and area.
K. Reports: Reports to DACRs at commercial central stations as a result of system
supervision shall include alarm, trouble, missing modules, restoral, system status, AC
failure and low battery. The DACS shall also transmit test reports once every 24
hours. CPU failure shall be annunciated locally. The ACCs should display the
following information for the indicated system supervisory conditions:
1 1. Call for Service
2 2. Service Panel
3. Service Param
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L. Telephone Lines and "Phone Routing": The DACS shall support two (2) telephone lines
that are to be alternated for the transmission of consecutive events. The DACS shall
have the capability of communicating with up to four different DACRs (phone
numbers), Each Phone Number can be up to 24 digits long. The DACS reports shall
be classified, by event, into one or more of four routing groups. Each routing group
can specify a DACR to be designated as a primary and another DACR as back-up.
Assigning an event to multiple routing groups provides for duplicate destination for
the event. The transmission of events, allows the reporting of different types of
information to different remote DACRs.
M. Number of Programmability of Relay Output Modules: Eight relays (Form C) are to be
provided per octo-relay module for a total of 128 relays plus three additional outputs
per DACS. These multi-purpose modules are programmable and shall be used to
implement auxiliary functions (manually or automatically).
Relays and other outputs may be programmed to follow up to 14 different area
conditions or up to 12 panel conditions. Relays may also be programmed to follow
individual points or groups of points.
N. Number and Alarm Output Selections: Four different types of alarm output selections
shall be supported by the DACS: Steady, Pulsed, California Standard, and Temporal
Code 3.
The system can be configured to provide zoned indication of alarm conditions.
O. Miscellaneous Features: Programmable alarm output timer, 31 programmable entry
delay times, exit delay programmable by area, individually programmable point of
protection text, point bypassing, and keyswitch arming capability with LED outputs.
P. Real-Time Clock, Calendar, and Test Timer: The DACS shall incorporate an integral
real-time clock, calendar, and a test timer.
Q. Opening and Closing Windows: The system shall be programmed with "normal"
opening and closing periods for each day of the week and thus suppress scheduled
opening / closing reports and report only the exceptions, i.e., opening / closing
outside the pre-defined time window. The DACS shall have the capability to suppress
opening / closing reports, overriding the programmed open / close windows during
holidays and automatically arming the DACS (by area) at the end of the closing
period.
R. DACS Power Ratings: The DACS shall provide 1.4 amps of auxiliary power and 2 amps
of alarm power, both rated at 12 VDC. Additional auxiliary power shall be provided
by adding battery/charger modules up to a maximum of 2 amps.
S. DACS Fault Detection: The DACS shall check the point sensor loops once every 300
milliseconds. The point response time is programmable over a range of 300
milliseconds to 4.5 seconds.
T. User-Programmable Features: The DACS shall provide a "user-friendly" interface for
programming / customizing the system to the operational criteria of the application.
The DACS shall be capable of being operated via:
1. The Command Structure
2. Menu / Command List
U. These system features shall have restrictions based on fourteen individually
programmable levels of passcode authority that can be assigned to system users.
The user's passcode shall have the capability of being assigned a different authority
level in each of the eight areas. A service passcode can be assigned to the servicing
agent allowing the agent limited access to system functions. User-programmable /
activated functions include:
1. Arming the system: All areas, specific area(s) only, perimeter instant, perimeter
delayed, perimeter partial, watch mode, and arming the system with a duress
passcode.
3. Disarming the system: All areas, specific area(s) only and disarming with a duress
passcode.

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4. Viewing system status: Faulted points, event memory, bypassed points, area
status and point status.
5. Implementation functions: Bypass a point, unbypass a point, reset sensors,
silence bell, activating relays, initiating the remote programming function locally
to allow programming the system from a remote location. The ACCs can also be
temporarily readdressed to view the status of a remote area.
6. Testing the system: Local Walk test, Service Walk test, Fire test, send report to
remote DACR to check the telephone link, and programming the time and date for
the next test report transmission.
7. Change system parameters: ACC display brightness, system time and date, and
add/delete/change passcodes.
8. Extend the closing time of system.
9. Transmitting special alerts and activating audible and visible signals.
10. Executing multiple commands / ACC keystrokes from a single Menu / Command
List item. This function shall be able to have a 16 character (alphanumeric) title
to identify it on the ACC display.
11. Editing of time / event based scheduling program from the ACC.
12. The DACS shall also provide a "service menu" to implement functions such as
viewing and printing the system log, displaying the system firmware revision
number, and defaulting (toggling) text displays between custom and default text
displays for troubleshooting.

2.3

System Interface Requirements


A. Grounding: The Contractor shall properly earth ground the DACS to prevent
electrostatic charges and other transient electrical surges from damaging the DACS
panel.
B. Primary power: The Contractor shall provide a dedicated 120 VAC power circuit to the
DACS system. This circuit shall be connected to the emergency power system. The
120 VAC is stepped down to 16.5 VAC to power the DACS panel using a class two,
plug-in transformer. This power circuit shall be properly rated to continuously power
all points and functions indefinitely in full alarm condition.
C. Primary power supervision: When the primary power source fails, the system can be
configured to report an "AC Fail" message to a commercial central station. The
transmission delay of this message is programmable from one to ninety seconds.
The message can also be programmed to "tag-along" with another message
transmitted to the central station. The system will always display a loss of primary
power on the ACC and may be configured to provide additional audible warning.
D. Secondary power (standby battery): The Contractor shall provide adequate battery
power as defined by the relevant application criteria, (UL 865 and 985 for alarm
installations or NFPA 72 chapters for fire applications). Appropriate battery chargers
shall be provided consistent with the battery back-up capacity.
E. Secondary power supervision: When the secondary power source experiences a 85%
depletion of its standby capacity, the system can be configured to report a "Low
Battery" message to a commercial central station. The system will always display a
low battery condition on the ACC and may be configured to provide additional audible
warning.
F. Wiring: The contractor shall provide cables consistent with the manufacturer's
recommendations. The following general guidelines shall be followed for wiring
installation:
1. Wiring shall be appropriately color-coded with permanent wire markers. Copper
conductors shall be used.
2. All signal cables provided under this contract shall be Class II, plenum-rated cable
where required. Where subject to mechanical damage, wiring shall be enclosed in
metal conduits or surface metallic raceway.

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3. Data wires shall not be enclosed in conduit or raceways containing AC power
wires.
4. Where EMI may interfere with the proper operation of the DACS circuits,
twisted/shielded cable shall be used.
G. The DACS system shall be protected from EMI and lightning surges.
H. Telephone interface: The DACS shall be equipped with a phone line monitor and shall
interface with the phone lines via RJ-31X jacks for supervision of the telephone line
connection to the DACS panel. When a telephone line is determined to be out of
service by the DACS panel, the event will be annunciated locally on the ACC and
transmitted to the central station. The transmission delay of this message is
programmable from ten to two hundred forty seconds. A telephone line switching
modules shall be used to interface to a second telephone line. This interface shall
conform with FCC rules part 15 and 68.
I. Auxiliary function control interfaces: Auxiliary functions such as activating bells,
strobes, or lights shall be accomplished using the optional relay modules. These
auxiliary interfaces shall be electrically isolated to avoid inter-system interferences or
damages.
J. Functional criteria programmed into system memory shall be backed up by battery
power. Additionally, the number of system programmers shall be severely restricted
via the use of program locking features and passwords.

2.4

Materials

2.4.0 System Hardware Description:


A. DACS System: The DACS shall be provided, at minimum, with the following
components. Additional accessories shall be provided based on the quantities and
features required for the application.
1. Enclosure
2. Lock and key
3. D9412 DACT with removable terminal blocks and single crew mounting bracket
4. Faceplate shield and metal bracket covering rear of D9412 circuit assembly
5. Power transformer
6. Manuals

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The DACS system control panel shall be Bosch Security Systems D9412.
SPECIFIER TO LIST TYPES AND QUANTITIES OF ACCESSORIES REQUIRED FOR THE APPLICATION.
ITEMS AND DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE LISTED BELOW AND ARE NOT RELEVANT TO YOUR
APPLICATION SHOULD BE DELETED
B. System Accessories:
D56:
Alarm Command Center surface conduit backbox (D56R is red)
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D57:

Alarm Command Center conduit backbox (for D269 only)

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D101F:

Fire lock and key

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D125B:

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D127:

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D129:

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D130:

Class "B" loop module - Dual Powered loop interface module - two
separate powered loops for 12 or 24 VDC, 2-wire devices
Reversing relay module. Reports two separate alarms at DACR.
Required for UL-certified mercantile and bank burglar alarm
systems applications
Class "A" loop module - Dual class A, 4-wire initiating circuits.
Module shall detect alarm in the presence of a single open or
ground fault in the circuit. Each circuit shall have adjustable
"alarm retard" and alarm reset delay
Relay module 5 amps, Form C

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D136:

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D268:

Plug-in relay, 2 amps @ 30 VDC. This relay is required for various


functions such as ground start telephone system application and
auxiliary power reset
UL independent zone control module

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D269:

UL independent zone control keypad

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D9412:

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D811:

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D8103:

D9412 circuit board mounted on steel mounting skirt and


literature pack
Arm status relay module. Form C relay, activated based on
information transmitted on the serial output
Universal enclosure

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D8108A:

UL attack-resistant enclosure

15.

D8109:

UL fire enclosure

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D8121A:

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D8122:

STU - Works with Base Ten Telecom, Inc. VerSuS-derived channel


receiving system to provide alarm and critical event reporting as
well as telephone line supervision
UL-listed version of D8121A

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D8125:

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D9127T:

Point of Protection EXpander module. Each POPEX (up to two per


system) shall monitor up to 119 model D9127 Point of Protection
Input Transponders "POPIT or Integrated Fire or Intruder Alarm
detectors
POPIT module - tampered, UL-listed for fire

20.

D9127U:

POPIT module - untampered UL-listed for fire

21.

D8128C:

22.

D8129:

23.

D8130:

Octo-POPIT module combines POPEX and POPIT functions and


provides 8 points to each DACS. A total of 30 OctoPOPITS per
DACS
Octo-relay module - 8 programmable dry contact relay outputs,
"Form C." Uses information on DACT serial data output to
selectively activate the relay outputs
UL release module designed for release applications commonly
found in NFPA 72, chapter 6, fire alarm installations such as fire
door release, elevator recall, emergency door unlock, stairwell
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D9131A:

25.

DS835:

pressurization, smoke exhaust control and HVAC control. Two


independent Form C contacts, each rated at 5 amps. Multiple
D8130s can be connected in parallel to a DACT.
Parallel printer interface provides Centronics standard parallel
output to be used for a parallel printer. 80 character format.
PIR/Microwave Detector, 35 ft. (11 m)

26.

ZX835:

PIR/Microwave Detector, 35 ft. (11 m), with built-in POPIT

27.

DS970:

PIR/Microwave Detector, 70 ft. (21 m)

28.

ZX970:

PIR/Microwave Detector, 70 ft. (21 m), with built-in POPIT

29.

DS934:

PIR Detector, 35 ft. (11 m)

30.

ZX935Z:

PIR Detector, 35 ft. (11 m), with built in-POPIT

31.

DS775:

PIR Detector, 50 ft. (15 m)

32.

ZX776Z:

PIR Detector, 50 ft. (15 m), with built-in POPIT

33.

DS794Z:

34.

ZX794Z:

35.

DS938Z:

PIR Detector, 80 ft. (24 m) / 200 ft. (61 m) (120 ft. [37 m] with
optional lens)
PIR Detector, 80 ft. (24 m) / 200 ft. (61 m) with built-in POPIT (120
ft. [37 m] with optional lens)
Ceiling Mount PIR Detector, 60 ft. (18 m)

36.

ZX938Z:

Ceiling Mount PIR Detector, 60 ft. (18 m), with built-in POPIT

37.

DS150i:

Request to Exit Detector (DS151i in grey color)

38. DS1101i:
C. Power Supply:
1. D122:

Glass Breakage Detector, 25 ft. (8 m)


Dual battery harness

2.

D126:

Sealed lead-acid battery, 7 AH

3.

D1218:

Sealed lead-acid battery, 18 AH

4.

D1640:

Transformer, 16.5 VAC, 40 VA

UL - 12V auxiliary battery charger. Combined with external


batteries, increases standby time and provides additional power to
auxiliary outputs of D9412B.
UL transformer enclosure
6. D8004:
D. Telephone Accessories:
Dual telephone line module Alternates event transmission to
1. D928:
Central Station between primary and secondary phone lines.
Transmits over other phone line when first phone line is determined
to be inoperable. Periodically tests phone line for usage and
integrity and reports to central station when phone line is faulty.
Remembers faulty line and transmits over operational line.
8 ft. (2.4 m) phone cord
2. D161:
5.

D8132:

2 ft. (61 cm) phone cord


3. D162:
E. Fire Initiating Devices and Accessories:
D254:
Heat Detector Head, 135 (uses D271S, D261A)
1.
D255:
Heat Detector Head, 190 (uses D271S, D261A)
2.
3.

D261A:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 2 wire, 6 inch (15 cm)

4.

D261W:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 2 wire, 6 inch (15 cm), white

5.

D262:

Smoke Detector Head, Photoelectric, (uses D261A, D271S)

6.

D263:

2 wire, Direct Wire, Photoelectric Smoke Detector

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D263TH:

2 wire, Direct Wire, Photoelectric Smoke Detector / 135 Heat

8.

D265W:

Smoke Detector Head, Photoelectric, white (uses D261W, D271W)

9.

D266W:

10.

D271S:

Smoke Detector Head, Photoelectric, 135 Heat (uses D261W,


D271W)
Addressable Smoke Base, 12 V, 6 inch (15 cm)

11.

D271W:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm)

12.

D273:

4 wire, Direct Wire, Photoelectric Smoke Detector

13.

D273TH:

4 wire, Direct Wire, Photoelectric Smoke Detector, 135 Heat

14.

D275:

Power Supervision Module (12 V or 24 V)

15.

D285:

16.

D285TH:

Smoke Detector Head, Photoelectric (uses D287, D288, D292,


D293)
Smoke Detector Head, Photoelectric, 135 Heat

17.

D287:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 2 wire, 5.5 inch (14 cm)

18.

D288:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 2 wire, 6 inch (15 cm)

19.

D289:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm)

20.

D292:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm)

21.

D293A:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm), w/relay

22.

D293E:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm), w/power supervision

23.

D293S:

Smoke Base, 12 V, 4 wire, 6 inch (15 cm), w/sounder

24.

D296:

24 V, Projected Beam Smoke Detector

25.

D297:

12 V, Projected Beam Smoke Detector

26.

D461:

Manual station - single action, red

27.

D461B:

28.

D461G:

Manual station, single action, blue, labeled Emergency Door


Release
Manual station, single action, green, labeled Medical Emergency

29.

D461Y:

Manual station, single action, yellow, labeled Tornado Warning

30.

D462:

Addressable manual station.

31.

D463:

Double Action Lift Kit (red). Also D463B, D463G, D463Y.

32.

D466:

Backbox for Manual stations, indoor use, red

33.

D467:

Backbox for Manual stations, weatherproof, red

34.

D468:

Explosion proof version of D461 manual station, red

35.

D601:

Heat Detector 135, with base

Heat Detector 190, with base


36. D602:
Indicating Devices and Accessories:
D192D:
Bell circuit supervision module
1.
2.

D400:

Backbox weatherproof

3.

D401:

Semi-flush plate

4.

D402:

Designer indoor / outdoor backbox, red

5.

D403:

Backbox, indoor, red

6.

D404:

Indoor surface plate extender, red

7.

D405:

Backbox for retrofit devices, red

8.

D411:

Synchronization module, class B, 2-wire

9.

D412:

Synchronization module, class A, 4-wire


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D511S:

12 V, Synchronized Horn Strobe, 15 Cd

11.

D512S:

12 V, Synchronized Horn Strobe, 15/75 Cd

12.

D513S:

12 V, Synchronized Horn Strobe, 30 Cd

13.

D518:

12 V Remote Strobe, 15 Cd

14.

D519:

12 V Remote Strobe, 30 Cd

15.

D521:

12 V Remote Strobe, 15/75 Cd

16.

D425A:

12 V, Semi-Flush, Multi-Tone, Horn/Strobe, 30 Cd

17.

D433A:

12 V, Semi-Flush, Multi-Tone, Horn/Strobe, 15 Cd

18.

D475A:

12 V, Semi-Flush, Multi-Tone, Horn/Strobe, 15/75 Cd

19.

D457:

12 V / 24 V Horn, Multi-Tone

20.

D470:

12 V / 24 V, Semi Flush Prioritized Input Horn

21.

D472A:

12 V, Semi Flush Prioritized Input Horn / Strobe, 15 Cd

22.

D476A:

12 V, Semi Flush Prioritized Input Horn / Strobe, 15/75 Cd

23.

D440:

12 V, Motor Bell, 6 inch (15 cm) shell

24.

D442:

12 V, Motor Bell, 10 inch (25 cm) shell

25.

D428A:

12 V, Mini Horn/Strobe, 30 Cd

26.

D450A:

12 V, Mini Horn/Strobe, 15 Cd

27.

D448:

12 V, Mini Horn

28.

D448W:

12 V, Mini Horn, white

12 V, Mini Horn/Strobe, 15/75 Cd


29. D471A:
G. Annunciation Devices:
Alarm Command Center (ACC) - Built-in multi-tone sounder.
1. D1255:
Displays status in custom English text on 16-character display. If
more than 4 ACCs are required, add D8132 battery charger unit.
ACCs provide "command menu" user interface. ACC can be
supervised. Model D1255R for red color, D1255W for white.
Area LED annunciator with keypad. For use within an area for up to
2. D720:
8 protected points of annunciation.
Alarm Command Center ACC) - Built-in multi-tone sounder.
3. D1256:
Displays status in custom English text on 16 character display.
Used for display and control of fire areas only.
Remote Fire Alarm Annunciator. Red plastic for use in public areas.
4. D1257:
Displays status in custom English text on 16 character display.
Does not provide system control.
H. Access Control Devices:
D9210B:
Door Controller. Connects one door to the DACT via the 4-wire
1.
SDI / Keypad bus.
D8201:
Proximity Key Reader (black), available as D8201W (white)
2.
3.

D8203:

Mullion Proximity Key Reader (black), available as D8203W (white)

4.

D8221:

Sensor Weigand Swipe Card Reader (black)

5.

D8222:

Sensor Wiegand Key Reader (black)

6.

D8223:

HID Proximity Reader (black)

7.

D8224:

HID Mini Proximity Reader (black)

8.

D8227:

Magnetic Stripe Insert Card Reader (matches D1255)

9.

D8229:

Wiegand PIN Keypad (stainless steel)

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10.

D8230-25:

Cards for D8227 Reader, 25/pk

11.

D8240-25:

Cards for D8227 Reader, Photo ID type, 25/pk

12.

D8231-10:

Cards for D8221 Reader, 10/pk

13.

D8241-10:

Cards for D8221 Reader, Photo ID type,10/pk

14.

D8232-10:

Keys for D8222 Reader, 10/pk

15.

D8236-10:

Cards for D8223 and D8224 Reader, 10/pk

16.

D8238-10:

Proximity Keys for D8201 and D8203 Readers, 10/pk

17.

D8239-10:

Proximity Cards for D8201 and D8203 Readers, 10/pk

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3.0 Execution
3.1

Installation

Install all equipment and materials in accordance with the "current" recommendations of the
manufacturer. The work shall also be in accordance with:
A. Installation criteria defined in these specifications and in the construction documents.
B. Approved submittals.
C. Applicable requirements of referenced standards.

3.2

Supervision

The contractor shall provide the following services as part of the contract:
A. Supervision of sub-contractors.
B. Coordination of other contractors for system-related work (electrical contractor, finish
hardware contractor, architect, and general contractor).
C. Attending site construction/coordination meetings.
D. Keeping updated construction drawings at the construction site.
E. Meeting construction deadlines per the construction schedule.

3.3

Programming

Programming of the system shall include the following tasks:


A. Programming system configuration parameters (hardware and software, zone/circuit
numbers, communication parameters).
B. Programming operational parameters such as opening/closing reports and windows,
system response text (custom English) displays of events, activation of relays that
drive auxiliary devices, and identifying types of zones/loops.
C. Programming passcodes according to the authorities and functions defined by the
owner.
D. Other system programming tasks required by the owner. These additional
programming requirements shall be coordinated between the owner and the
contractor.

3.4

Testing

A. Operational Testing: The contractor shall perform thorough operational testing and
verify that all system components are fully operational.
B. Hard-copy System Printout: The contractor shall submit a hard-copy system printout
of all components tested and certify 100 percent operation indicating all
devices/panels/units have passed the test criteria set forth by the manufacturer.
C. Acceptance Test Plan Form: An acceptance test plan form shall be prepared/provided
by the contractor prior to the acceptance walk-through.
This form shall include separate sections for each device/panel/unit as well as a column
indicating the manufacturer's performance allowance/margin, a column indicating the result of
the testing performed by the contractor (pass/fail), and an empty column for recording findings
during the walk-through.

3.5

Commissioning

The contractor shall certify completion in writing and schedule the commissioning walk-through.
The contractor shall provide all the tools and personnel needed to conduct an efficient
commissioning process.

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