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SECTION 16750

TELEPHONE ENTRY & ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM

PART 1.00 – GENERAL:

1.01 DESCRIPTION:

A. Provide a new telephone entry system as described herein, for the building main front door.
The system shall provide the building occupants and/or authorized individuals with
notification that an individual wishes to gain access thru the designated outside or vestibule
doors, and shall provide the ability to communicate with the individual so as to determine
who wants to gain access.

1.02 SCOPE:

A. Provide all necessary wiring, components and equipment to provide a complete and working
telephone entry system that includes (but is not limited to):
„ Telephone Entry Unit
„ Programming
„ Magnetic Lock
„ Request-To-Exit Detector
„ Warranty

1.03 BASIC PERFORMANCE:

A. System shall be installed to comply with the following standards:


„ Manufacturer's recommended installation and system configuration requirements
„ Underwriter's Laboratories (U.L. Listing)
„ Life Safety Code
„ IBC
„ National Electric Code

1.04 QUALIFICATIONS:

A. Installer -
1. Provide the services of a qualified service organization that has installed similar systems
in at least 10 other facilities over the past ten years. Installing company shall be factory
authorized and currently in good standing with full authorization from the factory.
Installing contractor shall be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for repairs should
the system fail. Installing contractor shall maintain replacement parts in his own
inventory, in a facility within 50 miles of the project site.

B. Manufacturer -
1. The manufacturer shall provide evidence that it has manufactured telephone entry and
entry type systems for the past ten years. All components of the telephone entry system
shall be provided by a single manufacturer, and shall be utilized in the manner for which
they were intended.

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2. Replacement parts must be available for the installed system for at least five years.
3. If a system is proposed for use that is not listed as an acceptable manufacturer, the
installer shall provide a formal request to the architect at least 5 days before bid day.
Formal request shall iterate how the proposed system meets all specified requirements
described herein.
4. Provide a Telephone entry system as manufactured by Select Entry Systems (SES).
System provided shall be the SES TECII, hands-free unit or equal. The system shall be
provided with enough capacity for each apartment in the building, plus twenty five
percent spare capacity.

1.05 WARRANTY:

A. Provide a full guarantee of system operation for a period of one year from the date of
acceptance.

B. This warranty shall cover all parts, components and equipment. Additionally this warranty
shall cover all installation labor, for a period of one year.

1.06 PRODUCT ACCEPTANCE:

A. Submittals -
1. Provide clear, concise product data that details the proposed systems operational
features, system operation, wiring requirements, and dimensional information.
2. Submittals shall include factory original product data sheets, showing photographs of the
proposed system. Include an exact Bill of Materials, Sequence of Operations, backbox
requirements for all equipment, and all optional equipment that is included as part of this
system.

B. Shop Drawings -
1. Provide CADD generated drawings that show the following:
„ A complete system riser/wiring diagram.
„ Locations of all equipment for this system.
„ A detailed drawing showing the system configuration,
including dimensional requirements.
„ Detailed point-to-point wiring diagrams and wiring requirements for the system.
2. Shop drawings shall be a minimum of 18"x 24" in size.
3. If a system is proposed for use that is not listed as an acceptable manufacturer, the
installer shall provide a formal request to the architect at least 10 days before bid day.
Formal request shall iterate how the proposed system meets all specified requirements
described herein.

PART 2.00 – PRODUCTS:

2.01 OPERATION:

A. Request to Enter
1. The prospective guest can use the electronic directory listed on the Telephone Entry
Unit by scrolling thru the apartment numbers (or tenant’s names). The guest will then
enter the access number shown, and the tenant will receive a telephone call.

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2. A tenant may speak to the prospective guest by simply answering the telephone. The
tenant can then grant access to the guest by simply depressing the “9" on their
telephone. This will release the magnetic door holder that locks the front door.

2.02 GENERAL:

A. All equipment shall be the product of one manufacturer, and shall be as manufactured by
S.E.S. The system shall be modular in construction, so that expansion can be
accommodated by adding card access, remote programming, time control, etc.
1. Provide the S.E.S. TEC II hands-free unit complete with back-box / and pedestal where
directed by the Architect and/or owner. Provide a sunshade, heater, and weatherproof
enclosure if installed outdoors. Provide system programming software, and keyboard.
2. Provide a Request-To-Exit motion detector; Detection Systems #160i. Unit shall be
installed at the protected door exit to allow hands-free exit by tenants.
3. Provide a magnetic lock that will be installed to lock the front door. Lock shall be
powered with 110 vac so that upon loss of building power, the door will open.

PART 3.00 – EXECUTION:

3.01 INSTALLATION:

A. System Devices:
1. Install all devices shown, including those components not shown but that are required
for proper operation, using U.L. approved methods, and those methods recommended
by the manufacturer.

B. Conduit and Cable:


1. Install all cable in metallic conduit. All devices shall be mounted in standard electrical
boxes, with exception to those provided for housing specific telephone entry equipment.
Provide all cabling necessary to the telephone equipment cabinet so that the telephone
company can provide a phone line. The owner shall be responsible for the cost
associated with phone service.

C. Programming:
1. Installer shall coordinate with the owner so as to train the owner as to how to program all
tenant information. If the owner has prepared a definitive list of all tenants upon
acceptance of the system, the installer shall include in his bid price all labor required to
program all tenant entries.

3.02 SYSTEM COMPLETION:

A. Testing and Demonstration:


1. At time of system completion, completely test the system to assure that the system
operates satisfactorily. Provide a complete system demonstration in the presence of the
owner's representative. Notify the owner's representative at least two weeks prior to the
system so as to arrange a time and day for the demonstration.

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3.03 AS-BUILT DOCUMENTS:

A. Provide detailed as-built drawings, showing all system wiring connections, junction box
locations, and device locations on scaled plans. In addition, provide complete system
operation, and maintenance manuals.

END OF SECTION

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