28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
June 16, 2009
Key lockable wall mount metal enclosure with tamper switch. Coordinate keying
requirements with ITS Security Operations.
d. Additional DGP Power Supply Requirements
The DGP power supply provide power only to DGP's and shall not provide power for
locks or any other low voltage device.
e. Additional Electric Locking Mechanism Power Supply Requirements
24 VDC output.
Fail secure electric locking mechanisms shall remain locked during power failure and
fire alarm conditions.
Connect fail safe locking devices in accordance with applicable life safety codes to
unlock automatically under the following conditions:
a) Loss of power to the power supply.
b) Failure of the power supply.
c) Fire alarm activation
Provide power distribution boards with independently fused output relays and fire
alarm control panel interface.
Additional Device Power Supply Requirements
Provide device power supplies for other security system devices requiring power (e.g.
card readers, local alarms, motion sensors, etc.)
Provide power distribution boards with independently fused outputs.
1. Electric Locking Mechanisms
a. The security consultant and door hardware consultant shall coordinate all door hardware,
door and door frame design. The door hardware consultant shall be responsible for
specifying all access control door hardware based on security consultant input and ensure
consistency with project hardware. The security consultant shall verify all specified door
hardware is appropriate for the security application. In addition, the security consultant must
specify the sequence of operations for each access controlled opening and define
termination requirements for the security contractor.
b. UT preferred electronic lock manufacturers:
Electrified Exit Device
a) Sargent (Assa Abloy)
b) Von Duprin (Ingersoll Rand)
c) Schlage (Ingersoll Rand)