Honeywell H. 264 Embedded Digital Video Recorder Guide Specifications in csi format



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Honeywell H.264 Embedded Digital Video Recorder Guide Specifications in CSI Format

www.honeywell.com/security 800-08966V1 Rev A




SECTION 28 23 19

H.264 EMBEDDED DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER, HRDP REV B

PART 1 GENERAL


1.1SECTION INCLUDES

A.Provide an H.264 embedded digital video recording system for video surveillance, including design, supply, installation, and commissioning.


1.2RELATED SECTIONS

NOTE TO SPECIFIER: Include related sections as appropriate if embedded digital video recorder system is integrated to other systems.

A.Section 26 05 00: Common Work Results for Electrical, for interface and coordination with building electrical systems and distribution.

B.Section 28 05 13: Conductors and Cables for Electronic Safety and Security, for cabling between system servers, panels, and remote devices.

C.Section 28 05 28: Pathways for Electronic Safety and Security, for conduit and raceway requirements.

D.Section 28 23 13: Video Surveillance Control and Management Systems.

E.Section 28 23 16: Video Surveillance Monitoring and Supervisory Interfaces.

F.Section 28 23 23: Video Surveillance Systems Infrastructure.

G.Section 28 23 29: Video Surveillance Remote Devices and Sensors.
1.3REFERENCES

A.Reference Standards: Provide systems that meet or exceed the requirements of the following publications and organizations as applicable to the work of this Section.

1.Conformity for Europe (CE).

2.Electronic Industry Association (EIA).

3.Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

4.Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS).

5.Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL).
1.4SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


      1. The digital video recording system shall provide an entry-level digital recording and transmission system capable of storage and playback of video from 1 to 16 camera inputs at a simultaneous recording rate of up to 480/400 images per second (NTSC/PAL) at 4CIF resolution with a built-in DVD-RW drive, two USB ports, and an internal 1/100 Network Interface Card as standard equipment.

      2. The digital video recording system shall use H.264 compression, support from 500 GB (EMEA) or 1 TB (North America) to 4 TB of hard disk drive internal storage, and use an embedded Linux operating system.

1.5SUBMITTALS

A.General: Submittals shall be made in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract and Submittal Procedure Section.

B.Manufacturer’s Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s data sheets indicating systems and components proposed for use, including instruction manuals.

C.Shop Drawings: Submit installation drawings, including connection diagrams for interfacing equipment, list of connected equipment, and locations for major equipment components. Shop drawings shall indicate surrounding construction as provided for the Project.

D.Project Record Drawings: Indicate location of equipment and wiring on project record drawings. Submit an electronic version of the project record drawings not later than Substantial Completion of the Project.

E.Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit manufacturer’s operation and maintenance data customized to the system installed. Include operator manuals.

F.Field Tests: Submit results of field testing of every device, including date, testing personnel, retesting date (if applicable), and confirmation that every device passed field testing.

G.Maintenance Service Agreement: Submit a sample copy of the manufacturer’s maintenance service agreement, including cost and services for a one year period for Owner’s review. Maintenance shall include, but not be limited to, labor and materials to repair the system, tests and adjustments, and regular inspections.


1.6QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.Qualifications: Manufacturers shall have a minimum of 10 years full time experience in manufacturing and maintaining digital video recorder systems. Manufacturer shall provide toll-free technical assistance and support available 24/7. Installers shall have a minimum of 2 years experience installing similar systems and shall be acceptable to the manufacturer of the digital video recorder system.

B.Regulatory Requirements:

1.Emissions: FCC, Part 15, Class B; CE (EN 55022).

2.Immunity: CE (EN 50130-4).

3.Safety: UL/CSA 60950-1; CE (EN 60950-1).

C.Power Requirements: Input voltage shall be 12 V DC, 5 A.
1.7DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

A.Packing and Shipping: Deliver products in manufacturer’s labeled packages.

B.Storage and Protection: Store and handle products in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements in facility where environmental conditions are within recommended limits.
1.8PROJECT CONDITIONS

A.Environmental Requirements: Comply with environmental requirements and recommendations of manufacturer for proper installation of products.

B.Temperature Criteria: Do not install digital video recorder system unless temperature is between 32° F (0° C) and 104° F (40° C).
1.9WARRANTY

A.Manufacturer’s Guarantee: Three years from the manufacture date code under normal use and service for the digital video recorder system.


PART 2 PRODUCTS


2.1MANUFACTURERS

A.Specified Manufacturer: Honeywell, www.honeywell.com/security.


2.2SYSTEM COMPONENTS

A.Specified Product: HRDP Rev B embedded digital video recording system.

B.Cabling.

2.3OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

A.The digital video recorder (DVR) shall meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications:

1.That DVR shall provide 4, 8, or 16 composite video inputs and looping video outputs.

2.The 4-channel DVR shall record at a rate of 120/100 images per second (NTSC/PAL), the 8-channel DVR shall record at a rate of 240/200 images per second (NTSC/PAL), and the 16-channel DVR shall record at a rate of 480/400 images per second (NTSC/PAL). Real-time viewing shall be at 30/25 images per second (NTSC/PAL) for all DVRs.

3.The DVR shall use H.264 image compression.

4.The DVR shall offer the following resolutions:

a.CIF: 352 × 240 (NTSC), 352 × 288 (PAL).

b.2CIF: 704 × 240 (NTSC), 704 × 288 (PAL).

c.4CIF: 704 × 480 (NTSC), 704 × 576 (PAL).

5.The DVR shall offer the following internal hard disk drive (HDD) storage options:

a.4-channel: 500 GB (EMEA) or 1 TB (North America).

b.8-channel: 1 TB or 2 TB.

c.16-channel: 1 TB, 2 TB, or 4 TB.

6.The DVR shall offer as standard equipment a DVD-RW drive that allows for up to 4.7 GB of video data to be stored on each DVD, 2 USB ports, and an internal 10/100 Network Interface Card.

7.The DVR shall support operation using the front panel, IR remote control, or USB mouse.

8.The DVR front panel shall include the following items:

a.DVD-RW drive.

b.Operation and programming buttons.

c.USB ports for saving video clips to external storage devices.

d.LED status indicators for power, hard disk drive activity, recording, network, and hard disk drive high temperature.

9.The DVR rear panel shall include the following items:

a.BNC video inputs and looping video outputs.

b.RCA audio inputs and audio output.

c.RS-485 PTZ control interface.

d.Alarm inputs and relay outputs, NO/NC.

e.BNC main and spot monitor outputs.

f.RS-232 serial input.

g.VGA monitor output.

h.USB port for connecting a mouse.

i.RJ-45 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port.

j.Low voltage DC power supply jack.

10.The DVR shall be preconfigured with a DHCP-enabled IP address and subnet mask for quick integration within existing IT structures.

11.The DVR shall include a bandwidth throttle to ensure that images and system messages are delivered as quickly as possible within network bandwidth limits.

12.The DVR shall display video in full screen or multi-screen format, with the camera number, a user-definable camera name, and the camera’s recording/alarm status displayed for each camera.

13.The DVR shall support continuous, event, and combined continuous/event recording that is user-configurable by channel, and shall support manual recording overrides of the recording schedule.

14.The DVR shall include playback controls that allow the user to play back recorded video forward or backward at multiple speeds.

15.The DVR shall watermark exported JPEG and AVI files to verify the authenticity of the image and to ensure that they have not been tampered with or edited in any way.

16.The DVR shall include backup viewer software that allows the user to play back exported video in its proprietary format on a PC.

17.The DVR shall allow the user to perform index-based searches of recorded video.

18.The DVR shall support adjustments to the picture resolution, brightness, contrast, color, motion sensitivity, and images per second during recording, and these settings shall be user-configurable by channel.

19.The DVR shall provide remote operation and configuration through remote viewing software, a web client, and mobile device apps (Apple and Android).

20.The DVR’s remote viewing software shall include, at a minimum, the following functions:

a.Viewing live video.

b.Searching recorded video.

c.Exporting still images (in JPEG format) and video clips (in AVI format).

d.Controlling PTZ cameras.

e.Simultaneous access for up to 4 users.

21.The DVR shall provide PTZ dome control—including multiple pan, tilt, zoom, and focus speeds, iris control (including return to auto-focus), programming presets, and viewing presets—through the RS-485 port and it shall support up to 60 PTZ protocols, including Honeywell VCL and Honeywell MAXPRO. Only one user shall be allowed to access the PTZ controls at a time.

22.The DVR shall support alarm sensor in and relay out functions, motion detection, and video loss detection, and shall include alarm monitoring software.

23.The DVR shall support a delay period of time (in seconds) before an alarm is activated and shall include the option of displaying a sensor status bar on the main display screen.

24.When an alarm event is detected, the DVR shall have the capability of automatically displaying video full screen, initiating recording for a set time, recording at a higher frame rate during the event, streaming video to a client PC, sending email and popup notifications, and activating an alarm beep notification,

25.The DVR shall include a system log that records and displays information relating to alarm events, reboots, and other system information. The user shall have the ability to export the log information.

26.The DVR shall adjust for Daylight Saving Time changes, with no loss of video when the clock advances forward one hour. When the clock is adjusted backward when Daylight Saving Time ends, the DVR shall record both hours, allowing the user to select which hour to play back.

27.The DVR shall include a user management console that allows the administrator to create, edit, and delete user accounts.

28.The DVR shall include a hidden camera feature that allows the administrator to hide certain cameras from a user. The camera still records but is not visible to the user in live mode or search mode.

29.The DVR shall use an embedded Linux operating system.

30.The DVR shall occupy 2 units (2U) in a standard 19-inch (48.3 cm) rack mount system.


2.4SYSTEM HARDWARE

A.The digital video recorder shall have the following mechanical specifications:

1.Unit Dimensions (W × H × D): 15.7 × 3.5 × 15.7 inches (400 × 88 × 400 mm).

2.Unit Weight: 16 lb (7.2 kg).

3.Construction:

a.Housing: Steel chassis.

b.Finish: Black matte finish.

B.The digital video recorder shall have the following electrical specifications:

1.Voltage: 12 V DC, 5 A.

2.Power Consumption: 60 W.

C.The digital video recorder shall be designed to meet the following environmental conditions:

1.Operating Temperature: 32° F (0° C) to 104° F (40° C).

2.Storage Temperature: 32° F (0° C) to 104° F (40° C).
2.5MANUFACTURER SUPPORT

A.Manufacturer shall provide customer service, pre-sales applications assistance, after-sales technical assistance, access to online technical support, and online training using Web conferencing.

B.Manufacturer shall provide 24/7 technical assistance and support by means of a toll-free telephone number at no extra charge.

PART 3 EXECUTION


3.1EXAMINATION

A.Examine site conditions prior to installation. Notify Architect and Owner in writing if unsuitable conditions are encountered. Do not start installation until site conditions are acceptable.


3.2INSTALLATION

A.All components of the camera system shall be thoroughly tested before shipping to the project location.

B.Camera system shall be installed, programmed, and tested in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations.

1.Coordinate interfaces with other products with Owner’s representative where appropriate.

2.Provide conduit, cable, and wire for complete and reliable installation. Obtain Owner’s approval for exact location of cameras, boxes, conduit, cable, and wiring runs prior to installation.

3.Install conduit, cable, and wire parallel and square with building lines, including raised floors areas. Do not exceed 40 percent fill in conduits. Gather and tie wires for orderly installation.

4.Coordinate with other trades to provide proper sequencing of installation.

3.3FIELD COMMISSIONING AND CERTIFICATION

A.Field Commissioning: Test bullet camera system as recommended by manufacturer, including the following:

1.Conduct complete inspection and testing of equipment, including verification of operation with connected equipment.

2.Test devices and demonstrate operational features for Owner’s representative and authorities having jurisdiction, as applicable.

3.Correct deficiencies until satisfactory results are obtained.

4.Submit written copies of test results.

3.4TRAINING



A.Conduct on-site system administrator and security/surveillance operator training in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations. Training shall include, but not be limited to: camera administration, provisioning, configuration, operation, and diagnostics.
END OF SECTION

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