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09-11 SECTION 28 05 13 CONDUCTORS AND CABLES FOR ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY SPEC WRITER NOTE: Use this section only for NCA projects. Delete between //_____// if not applicable to project. Also delete any other item or paragraph not applicable to the section and renumber the paragraphs. PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 DESCRIPTION A. This section specifies the finishing, installation, connection, testing and certification the conductors and cables required for a fully functional for electronic safety and security (ESS) system. 1.2 RELATED WORK SPEC WRITER NOTE: Delete any item or paragraph not applicable on the Section. A. Section 01 00 00 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. For General Requirements. B. Section 07 84 00 - FIRESTOPPING. Requirements for firestopping application and use. C. Section 28 05 00 – COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY. Requirements for general requirements that are common to more than one section in Division 28. D. Section 28 05 26 - GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY. Requirements for personnel safety and to provide a low impedance path for possible ground fault currents. E. Section 28 05 28.33 - CONDUITS AND BOXES FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND SAFETY. Requirements for infrastructure. F. Section 28 08 00 - COMMISSIONING OF ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY SYSTEMS. Requirements for commissioning. G. Section 31 20 00 - EARTH MOVING. For excavation and backfill for cables that are installed in conduit. 1.3 DEFINITIONS A. BICSI: Building Industry Consulting Service International. B. EMI: Electromagnetic interference. C. IDC: Insulation displacement connector. D. Ladder Cable Tray: A fabricated structure consisting of two longitudinal side rails connected by individual transverse members (rungs). 28 05 13 - 1
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09-11 E. Low Voltage: As defined in NFPA 70 for circuits and equipment operating at less than 50 V or for remote-control and signaling power-limited circuits. F. Open Cabling: Passing telecommunications cabling through open space (e.g., between the studs of a wall cavity). G. RCDD: Registered Communications Distribution Designer. H. Solid-Bottom or Nonventilated Cable Tray: A fabricated structure consisting of integral or separate longitudinal side rails, and a bottom without ventilation openings. I. Trough or Ventilated Cable Tray: A fabricated structure consisting of integral or separate longitudinal rails and a bottom having openings sufficient for the passage of air and using 75 percent or less of the plan area of the surface to support cables. J. UTP: Unshielded twisted pair. 1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. See section 28 05 00, Paragraph 1.4. 1.5 SUBMITTALS A. In accordance with Section 01 33 23, SHOP DRAWINGS, PRODUCT DATA, AND SAMPLES, furnish the following: 1. Manufacturer's Literature and Data: Showing each cable type and rating. 2. Certificates: Two weeks prior to final inspection, deliver to the Resident Engineer/COTR four copies of the certification that the material is in accordance with the drawings and specifications and diagrams for cable management system.
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  • Spring '12
  • sara
  • ........., Twisted pair, NFPA

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