28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
June 16, 2009
8. Special Function Card Reader
a. Connect special function card readers to DGP card reader inputs.
b. ITS Security Operations will program special function readers to provide functions as
1. Access Control Panel
a. Provide GE Micro/5 control panels with (NO EXPECTIONS):
PXNplus CPU board with latest firmware level as approved by ITS Security
Primary communications with the BACS server via RJ45 Ethernet connector.
Daughter board plug-in dial-up modem for secondary communications with the BACS
server via RJ11 connector.
2SRP card reader interface boards.
5 volt communication chips for the card reader interface boards.
16 DOR relay output boards.
20 DI input boards (minimum one 20 DI board per Micro).
Minimum of one spare card slot for future microcontroller expansion.
Minimum of 20 percent spare alarm input and output points.
10) A separate manufacturer-approved power supply for each DGP.
11) GE M5 enclosure.
12) Micro enclosure tamper switch wired as a discrete input to the power/com board.
13) Micro AC fail wired as discrete input to the power/com board.
14) The following supervised alarm inputs will be monitored as discrete alarm inputs on
the 20 DI board (XX = micro account number): Micro XX Lock PS AC Fail, Micro XX
Lock PS Battery Fail, Micro XX Micro Battery Fail, Micro XX Lock PS Tamper, Micro
XX Micro PS Tamper, Micro XX Termination Tamper.
2. Termination Cabinet
a. Provide Base Electronics LVPC-201677 (NO EXCEPTIONS) terminal cabinets with 201678
(NO EXCEPTIONS) terminal blocks to terminate system cables as follows:
Provide one cabinet for each BACS control panel.
Fully equip the cabinet with six terminal blocks regardless of the number of cables
terminated within the cabinet.