28 00 00 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY
June 16, 2009
b. Terminate the blue wire pair to a zone alarm input at the control panel.
c. At the devices end terminate an RJ11 connector to the end of the Cat5e cable.
d. Provide surface mount RJ11 "biscuit" block with a 3.3k resistor terminated across the blue
pair at each device interface location.
e. Pass the cable through permanently affixed security plate/loops and connect to the
Provide NX-148E keypads conveniently located near the articles being protected so that
maintenance personnel can arm and disarm. Coordinate location with UTPD and end user.
g. Terminate cable conductors to the termination block above the accessible ceiling. Provide
50 feet spare cable to allow ITS Security Operations to relocate termination as required to
the final device location. Coil, bundle, and label the cable and terminal block.
h. Neatly wrap unterminated wire pairs around the cable for potential future connection.
3. Motion Detector
a. Provide dual technology (microwave and infrared) to prevent false alarms. Specific model
depends on application and mounting requirements.
b. One motion detector per zone, do not wire in series.
4. Glassbreak Detector
a. Contractor will need to provide compatible glassbreak tester for device being installed.
b. One glassbreak detector per zone, do not wire in series.
5. Duress Buttons
a. USP model HUB-2B (NO EXCEPTIONS)
b. These buttons, also known as panic buttons, are installed in locations where potential
personal safety or security threats exist. Depressing the button sends a silent priority alarm
signal to UTPD with location and specific alarm information. The panic button is usually
located in the knee space underneath a desk or service counter.
c. Duress button locations must be reviewed and approved by UTPD.
d. One duress button per zone, do not wire in series.
e. 30 feet service loop in ceiling when mounting on non-fixed furniture.
6. Police Help Buttons
a. System Description
These are the red mushroom buttons commonly seen in parking garages. Pressing
the button will notify UTPD that assistance is needed and provides them with location
One police help button per zone, do not wire in series.