28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
June 16, 2009
a) Sargent (Assa Abloy)
b) Von Duprin (Ingersoll Rand)
c) Schlage (Ingersoll Rand)
a) Locknetics (Ingersoll Rand)
b) Rutherford Controls (RCI)
2. Elevator Control System
a. The security consultant must verify the elevator security requirements with ITS security
operations and coordinate with the elevator consultant to ensure the appropriate system
interfaces are in place.
3. Fire Alarm and Life Safety
a. The security consultant must coordinate the access control system design with the life
safety consultant to insure compliance with applicable codes and requirements. This
includes, but is not limited to, the fire alarm interface, fail safe/secure locking mechanisms,
and delayed egress.
INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM
1. Provide GE NetworX Series NX-8E panels and alarm devices for intrusion detection and article
protection connected to the campus GE Picture Perfect security management system.
2. Provide NX-148E keypads conveniently located near areas being protected so that maintenance
personnel and UTPD can arm and disarm. Coordinate locations with UTPD and end user.
3. Coordinate interface and programming requirements with ITS Security Operations.
1. Intrusion Detection Panel
a. Provide GE NetworX Series NX-8E panel with (NO EXCEPTIONS):
NX-590E network module to provide primary communication to the servers via RJ45
Secondary communication via dial-up modem.
Provide additional NX-148E keypad located next to each NX-8E panel to provide a
maintenance and troubleshooting interface.
NX-590E, NX-216E, NX-507E and NX-148E modules as required. Use the NX-003C
enclosure when NX-216E modules are required
2. Article Protection
a. Provide Cat5e network cable from the NX-8E control panel to the article location.