E-Lock Security Electronics Policy (Including Campus Video Cameras & Digital Signage)
Establishes a set of standards relating to the type of equipment and installation of electronic devices/systems to be placed on campus, to include electronic security, digital signage, and mass notification systems.
|Policy Number||Policy Owner|
|8004.1||Library and Information Technology Services|
- 1.0 Purpose
- 2.0 Revision History
- 3.0 Units and Persons Affected
4.1 Electronic devices/systems being procured and/or installed on campus must be completed using campus standards as described within this document as well as in accordance with the applicable international, federal, state, and local codes or standards current at the commencement of installation.
4.1.1 Summarization of applicable standards:
188.8.131.52 UL 294, UL 1076, ULC
184.108.40.206 FCC – Part 15, Part 68
220.127.116.11 NFPA 70, NEC
18.104.22.168 IEEE, RS 170 variable standard
22.214.171.124 IEEE, NTSC (color camera broadcast)
126.96.36.199 PAL (color camera broadcast, Europe)
188.8.131.52 CCIR (monochrome standard, Europe)
184.108.40.206 Microsoft® Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) interface
220.127.116.11 ISO Software Coding Standards for C++ and C#
18.104.22.168 BICSI codes and standards
22.214.171.124 BICSI Electronic and Safety and Security Design Reference Manual
126.96.36.199 BICSI ITSIMM (Information Transport Systems Installation Methods Manual.)
4.1.2 At times Network Operations, Telecommunications, and/or Computer and Media Service may have more stringent requirements than national/international standards. Depending on the scope of work, consultation with all or some of these groups is necessary.
188.8.131.52 Refer to Networking Operations standards for data requirements.
184.108.40.206 Refer to the Telecommunications Office standards for voice requirements.
220.127.116.11 Refer to the Computer and Media Services standards for video requirements.
4.1.3 SUNY Plattsburgh, the owner, has a campus wide LENEL Electronic Safety and Security System (ESS) that provides door monitoring, card access, intrusion detection, and video surveillance.
4.1.4 The ESS is available to the entire campus community.
4.1.5 The ESS is currently installed in buildings as needed.
4.2 The Electronic Access Control Administrator is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ESS and will work with the Design Professionals to ensure design criteria and CAMPUS STANDARDS are satisfied.
- 5.0 Definitions
- 6.0 Responsibilities
- 7.0 Procedures
- 8.0 Forms
- 9.0 Appendix
- 10.0 Distribution and Training
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