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1 5.18 Voice and Data Distribution General Introduction 1. This standards document is to be used for any projects on the University of Calgary campus that involves the voice and data distribution system or the facilities that house them. It is designed not only to provide the standard implementation system to be used on campus but also provides guidance regarding engagement of Network Services for projects. 2. This section of the standards document provides information on University of Calgary cabling practices, standards, and components. All cabling projects are required to follow these standards and practices to insure that the University structured cabling system can support new applications that require higher speeds and increased reliability. History has shown that the building structured cabling systems often require replacement at considerable cost before the effective life span of the building or project area. This fact significantly increases the carbon footprint and long term costs of campus projects. With this fact in mind the University of Calgary has now standardized on Cat 6A cabling for all new buildings as well as for capital and major projects that can form the basis for a building cable system renewal. Client requirements will be examined and Network Services in consultation with Campus Infrastructure will determine the best solution for each project. 3. Standards outlined here follow the EIA, TIA, and CSA standards for commercial buildings and BiCSi best practice recommendations. Relevant national electrical codes are always to be followed Network Services Project Involvement 1. Network Services project involvement. While University standards will be followed in all cases, the unique nature of every project requires Network Services input on all projects that involve voice, data, or wireless. Network Services is to be consulted for the following: a. Design or design review of Voice, Data, and Wireless systems b. Copper cable manufacturer selection for new buildings and large scale renovations. c. Demolition d. Construction e. Commissioning Project Management 1. Project Managers will engage Network Services at appropriate points in the project as indicated below. a. Initial project design and preliminary budgeting. b. Participate in site meetings. c. Network Services will examine how individual projects interact with existing and future infrastructure & equipment requirements to help specify the best campus solution. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 1 of Voice & Data Distribution

2 d. All Network Services costs are to be included in the project budget. Design Standards e. Project Managers need to provide as-built drawings for risers and cabling systems. f. If project designs are more than a year old they should be re-evaluated by Network Services to insure they meet current standards and components. 2. Project sign off by Network Services will occur at the following project stages. a. Specifications b. 80% design drawings c. Change orders d. Completion Cabling Systems 1. Copper Cabling. The U of C follows the TIA/EIA-568-B cabling standards with T568B pin pair assignments. Each project has to be evaluated to determine the copper station cabling to be used. Standard practice is shown below. a. Once a building has a manufacturer presence the whole building will remain with that manufacturer for that generation of cabling system. b. New buildings will be open for quotes using all approved copper cable manufacturers and our approved Cat 6A copper cabling solutions. Approved copper cable manufacturers include Belden, Panduit, and Commscope. c. Projects in older buildings will have to be evaluated by Network Services individually to see if cable plant renewal is required. Belden is the only manufacturer of Cat 6 cabling to be used if the cable plant is not upgraded to Cat 6A. d. Acceptable Belden Cat 6 cabling and components are specified in section e. Acceptable Cat 6A cabling and components are specified in section Acceptable manufacturers are Belden, Commscope, or Panduit. A given project will only use cable components from one manufacturer. f. 10 ft. patch cables for station connectivity and communication room equipment are to be included in the project scope and left on site in the communications room for deployment. 2. Building Fiber Cabling. The University of Calgary has standardized on Corning fiber solutions for all in building fiber and campus backbone fiber panel products. Cabling will be specified for each project depending on requirements. a. Should provide redundant routes for fiber. b. Typically only Single Mode fiber will be required. 3. Copper phone cables, connectors, and enclosures Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 2 of Voice & Data Distribution

3 a. Backbone and riser cables are to be NORDX/CDT twenty-four (24) AWG ARMM/ATMM multi-conductor that conforms to CSA Standard T529-M91, Section Or a compatible product approved by Network Services. b. Communications Technology PIC Aerial Closure kits. c. 3M Telecom Systems MS2 Termination modules. d. Typical 200 pair required to building entrance AirUC Wireless 1. The AirUC wireless system must be installed in all new buildings and renovations. AirUC wireless costs will be included in project budgets. a. Network Services will produce required wireless designs for all projects and will consult with the project teams to determine AP locations. 2. Generally for a/b/g/n, one AP is installed for every 1200 square feet. Usage density, floor plans, and obstructions all influence AP placement so Network Services will provide placement recommendations based on blue prints and site surveys if required. 3. Certain types of research or other activities may produce radio interference with a/b/g/n wireless devices. Any anticipated radio interference sources shall be discussed with Network Services before project completion Contractor Requirements 1. Contractors. All contractors working on site must go through the EH&S CASP training as well as a Network Services orientation session. 2. Contractors are required to be manufacturer certified in the cabling solution being installed for a given project Facility Requirements 1. Main Riser a. The primary communications room of the building should be located close to the building service entrance. b. A minimum of three (3) 100 mm ducts or a 300 mm x 100 mm tray is required from the service entrance of the building to the communications room. The duct/tray shall originate to the existing low voltage tray in the service tunnel and terminate at the backboard. Sweep 90 degree bends are to be installed to facilitate pulling of PIC-S backbone cable, home run data cables, and fiber-optic cable. c. The building communications room shall be planned exclusively for telecommunications support. Avoid any building power or water distribution equipment for facilities in the same room. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 3 of Voice & Data Distribution

4 d. The floor of the communications rooms shall, at minimum, be sealed to reduce dust. Door seals or sweeps are preferred to reduce the collection of dust and debris in the communications room. e. While sizing will have to be adjusted to suit individual requirements, we recommend that the main communications room be a minimum of 3 m x 6 m unobstructed by door swing. See the next section for typical room layout and sizing information. f. Communications riser rooms shall be vertically aligned with the primary communications room, riser facilities. In some cases more than one riser stack might be required, cabletray shall be provided from the communications rooms to each remote riser system. g. All cable-trays shall be brought to the vicinity of one of the 6m walls without a door. Risers and all other cable-trays shall be located in the vicinity of the same wall. h. Three (3) 1,200 mm x 2,400 mm sheets of 20 mm G1S plywood shall be mounted, with their longest edge vertical, on the 3m wall noted above. The sheets shall be mounted directly to the wall and painted with fire retardant paint to match the surrounding area. i. A minimum of four (4) dedicated 120 VAC single-phase (15) ampere circuits shall be placed evenly in the cabinets with quad-outlet boxes. Emergency power and UPS shall be included for these and any communications riser room circuits on the system. Other outlets may be required depending on the actual equipment to be located in the room. j. Adequate light to allow technicians to work on communications support equipment shall be provided. k. There shall be a minimum of 2,400 mm of clearance between the working floor and the lowest ceiling-mounted fixtures (lights, cable-trays, etc.). l. The equipment located in the room will be generating heat. While precise environmental control requirements, if any cannot be generalized without specific knowledge of equipment requirements, air circulation through the room is required at minimum. The target room temperature shall be 18 C to 24 C (64 F to 75 F). Designers shall keep in mind the fact that many building air handling systems deliver heat during the cold months, and special treatment of the communications room may be required. m. Communications room doors must, at least, be provided with locks that are keyed to Maintenance and Operations Standards. Depending on the importance of the communications facilities to the occupants, security alarms should be seriously considered. n. Fire extinguishing water sprinklers may be provided in the ceiling of the communications room, but high temperature (100 C) fusible links shall be used and the system will be a dry pipe system. In some circumstances, a complete fire suppression system may be required. In any case, a fire extinguisher shall be located inside the door of the room. o. Smoke detectors and heat detectors shall be installed in the communications room and wired to the building fire alarm system. p. The communications room must have its own earth ground brought to the backboard noted. This ground must not be in common with building electrical grounds and shall join Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 4 of Voice & Data Distribution

5 all communications riser grounds only at the building ground point. The ground is used for sensitive equipment, not for bonding conduit and tray systems. A minimum of #6 copper wire shall be used unless codes call for larger wire. The ground is to terminate on a solid copper ground bar (50 mm x 260 mm x 5.6 mm bent to have a 20 mm standoff. q. All communication racks to be grounded to the main grounding bar individually. r. Typical 24 Single Mode fiber to each floor. s. Panduit four post racks with 15 cable managers for station cables and 6 for fiber. t. Bonding - In all cases where pairs enter or leave the cable sheath, the cable shield must be bonded to the ground bus bar using #6 AWG copper wire. u. Any plywood mounted with in the room shall be painted with fire retardant paint Communications Riser Rooms And Riser Systems 1. Design considerations for communications riser rooms and riser systems are the same as those noted above for main riser room. a. The room size is dictated by the number of cabinets required in the room and the unobstructed clearance required around the cabinets and back wall. Room size requirements shall be based on the square footage of the area being serviced so that future growth can be accommodated without substantial redesign. The table and diagrams below can be used to determine required sizes. Risers servicing multiple floors may need to be larger. b. Under normal circumstances, three (3) 100 mm conduit sleeves per riser room shall be provided for passage between floors. In general, one sleeve will be used primarily for voice cabling, one sleeve will be used primarily for data cabling, and the third sleeve will allow for quick and inexpensive growth and change. Note that the recommendation is for short sleeves between floors and not for continuous conduit and that these sleeves must be equipped with removable fire stops. In general, we have found sleeves to be much easier to work with than slots or other facilities. All sleeves must be bonded to the building ground system. All sleeves shall have conduit extending 5cm above the floor slab to prevent water damage in the event of a flood. c. For buildings with certain types of communications requirements, the rule of three (3) conduit sleeves per riser room per floor would possibly change. d. For buildings with more than one (1) riser system, facilities shall be provided to support cable runs between the riser rooms on each floor, as will be detailed in the section on horizontal distribution systems below. e. These facilities must be separate from the horizontal distribution systems specified for the voice/data outlet wiring; i.e., riser cables must be kept separate from all other cables. f. The size of the communication riser room will vary depending on the floor space being covered. The following tables and diagrams indicate the required space requirements for various sized installations. It should be noted that typical requirements will be based Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 5 of Voice & Data Distribution

6 on floor space and not initial space utilization due to the very high costs of adding additional capacity at a later date. g. Any plywood mounted with in the room shall be painted with fire retardant paint. h. All communication racks to be grounded to the main grounding bar individually. Table: Square feet to cabinet requirements for 24 port patch panels m * 3m m * 4m m * 5m m * 6m m *7m Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 6 of Voice & Data Distribution

7 Diagram: One cabinet telecommunications room Diagram: Two cabinet telecommunications room Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 7 of Voice & Data Distribution

8 Diagram: Three cabinet telecommunications room Diagram: Four cabinet telecommunication room Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 8 of Voice & Data Distribution

9 Station Cable Distribution 1. Above Floor a. Centralized tray system. b. Consolidation point every 1200 square feet 2. Manufacture approved J hooks a. Conduits stubbed at location at least 5 cm above partition walls 3. Raised Floor a. Centralized tray system. b. Consolidation point every 1200 square feet c. Consolidation point locations shall be labeled d. If movable walls ties into furniture 4. Typically 2 cables per workstation location a. If conduit is to be installed each outlet requires its own run of conduit (no daisy-chaining) either to the main cabling pathway, or directly back to the main Comm. room 5. Terminated on 24 port patch panels 6. End to end solution provided through the project including all required patch cables. 7. Labeling (as per EIA/TIA 606A standards). Labeling processes are reviewed in the Network Services orientation for contractors but include the following. a. Building /Floor/Riser/Patch Panel/Port Jack location. b. Patch Panel to identify panel id/port/room 8. Some areas on campus that deal with medical information have additional security requirements that impact distribution systems. These requirements are in place to allow compliance with medical record information security standards. Network Services will provide advice on these standards as required Testing 1. Copper cable plant: a. Backbone and riser cable: Perform the following tests on the backbone and riser cables: b. Continuity and polarity test for each pair c. db loss of white blue pair of each binder group d. Length of white blue pair of each binder group Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 9 of Voice & Data Distribution

10 e. Test results to be stored in Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access format and soft copy (disk) to be presented to The University of Calgary Network Services Department. 2. Station wiring: a. Each drop shall be channel tested to meet the transmission performance specifications for the category of cable system being installed. b. Test results to be stored in Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access format and soft copy (disk) to be presented to The University of Calgary Network Services Department. 3. Data tie cables: a. Testing is to meet the transmission performance specifications for the category of cable being installed. b. Test results to be stored in Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access format and soft copy (disk) to be presented to The University of Calgary Network Services Department. 4. Testing procedures for fiber optic cables: a. After cable delivery (still on reel), for a fiber installation, the contractor or manufacturer shall test each fiber for attenuation at 1300 nm for Multi-Mode fiber and 1550 nm for Single-Mode fiber using an Optical Time domain Reflectometer (O.T.D.R.). The contractor shall provide a written report (with soft copy) of the test results to The University of Calgary. The University of Calgary must approve format of soft copy. The report must identify which fiber corresponds with the respective test measurement data supplied, so The University of Calgary; Network Services technical personnel can verify the results before installation begins. b. During and upon completion of a fiber cable installation, The University of Calgary, Network Services technical personnel reserves the right to inspect and test the cables at any time to ensure proper installation and testing procedures are being adhered to. c. O.T.D.R. tests are to be conducted upon completion of a fiber installation and are to be conducted from both directions. d. Attenuation is to be measured end to end. Nominal operating wavelengths of 850 nm and 1300 nm for Multi-mode fibers and 1550 nm for Single-Mode fibers are to be verified and specified in decibels (db) on acceptance documents approved by The University of Calgary, Network Services Department. e. Visual hard copy records (print of O.T.D.R. Data trace, signed off) of fiber, splice, and/or connectors are required. These records are also to be provided in soft format approved by The University of Calgary, Network Services Department f. Distances to localized attenuation, splices, connectors and fiber ends are to be measured on the O.T.D.R. documented on acceptance documents providing information for system maintenance and trouble shooting. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 10 of Voice & Data Distribution

11 g. O.T.D.R. graphs are to be submitted to The University of Calgary, Network Services Department. One signed off set of these graphs is required. Records are also to be submitted electronically, on USB drive, or on CD. The file format shall be in TIFF format. h. The cable shall meet or exceed the requirements of the specifications for fiber dimensions, attenuation, band width, numerical aperture, fire proof test, cable bending, tensile load, impact resistance, crush resistance, and attenuation versus temperature Services 1. Voice Services. All new projects will use VoIP and must carry the cost of upgrading building network hardware to support voice traffic requirements if required. Emergency and help phones will be specified on a project by project basis depending on project floor space and user requirements. a. VoIP and supporting network infrastructure will be deployed for all major renovation and new projects b. Dual power required for VoIP Head End equipment (refer to Data Network Standards section 5.4.1) c. Emergency TDM phones mounted in designated locations 2. For Classroom phones a. Mounted in the front of the room adjacent to the white (black) boards, on the side nearest the door. In cases of fixed commedia installations mount the phone on the side nearest the commedia installation. b. The Standard mounting height for the classroom phones shall be +1170mm (46") AFF to center of the box (single gang plaster ring). c. There shall be at least 200mm (8 ) clearance on each side from vertical center, at least 600mm (24 ) from a chalk board, and at least 600mm (24 ) clearance from horizontal center above and below. d. Install a single Cat 6A cable, leaving 3m from the edge of the backboard in the communications room and 0.3m at the jack. e. Label each end as, class phone and with room number. f. Install an RJ12 modular female insert at the end of the cable, leave loose in outlet box. Wire out the wh/blu, blu/wh only. 3. For wall phones a. The Standard mounting height for Wall phones shall be +1400mm (55") AFF to center of box (single gang plaster ring), with a minimum of 350 mm (14 ) radius of clear wall space. b. Install a single Cat 6A cable, leaving 3m from the edge of the backboard in the communications room and.3m at the jack. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 11 of Voice & Data Distribution

12 c. Label each end as the next jack in the room-labeling scheme. d. Install a single gang walljack, (with protruding wall-mounting studs). 4. Help phones inside locations a. Supply and install Guardian HDE-11 (flush mounted) b. The Standard mounting height for the Emergency Phones shall be +1170mm (46 ) AFF to center of mounting box (8.3 x10 x2.45 ). (This refers to the Guardian HDE-11 units with the stainless fronts). Note only original manufacturers back boxes are to be used. A cut out of 8.75 x10 is required for this box and it must be mounted in the centre of the hole. c. Blue light shall be mounted as high as practical but need not exceed + 3m (10 ) to the bottom of the light. d. Install a single Cat 6A cable, leaving 3m from the edge of the backboard and 0.3m at the jack. e. For outdoor installations (required at all building main entrances): Install a weather proof surface mount emergency phone yellow Guardian HDE-12. All conduit entries for help phones and blue lights shall be into the bottom of back boxes. Special assembly help phones subject to approval. 5. Help phones Mounted in dedicated use unisex accessible washrooms a. Supply and install Guardian HDE-11 back box for future use with Allen Bradley remote push button box. (refer to Appendix A) b. The Standard mounting height for the Emergency Phones shall be +1370mm (54 ) AFF to center of mounting box (8.3 x10 x2.45 ). (This refers to the Guardian HDE-11 recessed units with the stainless fronts). Note only original manufacturers back boxes are to be used. A cut out of 8.75 x10 is required for this box and it must be mounted in the centre of the hole. c. Mount a remote Push Button (below the Help Phone back box) at mm (18 ) AFF, in a 4 x 4 x 2 1/8 deep box c/w a 2 gang plaster ring. Install a ¾ EMT conduit between the remote PB and the Help Phone back box. Mount this box at 600 mm diagonally from the center of the W/C (seating position). Require a 4x4 stainless steel cover plate with knockout for the push button. d. Shall be mounted in a clear space to allow a fallen user to use any body part to activate the phone. Install a single cat 6a cable, leaving 3m from the edge of the backboard and 0.3m at the jack. e. Remote push button Allen Bradley. Contact Voice Services for part numbers. 6. Elevator telephones and equipment rooms a. Supply and install Adams Survivor Plus in each Car telephone with survivor panel or equivalent mounted in main elevator lobby. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 12 of Voice & Data Distribution

13 b. Provide three dedicated telephone lines (one for emergency service, one for elevator maintenance, and one for modem) terminated in a junction box in elevator machine room. c. Provide conduit with pull wire between nearest telephone closet and junction box in elevator machine room for elevator telephone. d. Provide conduit with cat6 wire from junction box in elevator machine room to elevator controllers for car telephone. e. Elevator car telephone phone specified: Adams Survivor Plus part # A930P3-01 Model 2400 or approved equivalent. f. The phone is to be mounted in COP (Car Operating Panel) behind a speaker vent. g. Install an ADA (American Disability Approved) illuminated pushbutton in Car Operating Panel to activate the above phone. h. Provide one additional in car telephone per car as part of spare parts list for elevator maintenance i. Wall outlet for elevator maintenance (Safety Phone) j. Provide dedicated wall telephone lines to main fire annunciator panel location Network Services Equipment 1. Every project deployment will use the University of Calgary s current standards for network equipment and device configuration. Project budgets carry the burden for the services they will use. This will insure proper system operation and quality support. Budgetary figures for the required equipment will be provided by Network Services during the project cycle. This equipment is documented in the document Data Network Standards: In Buildings. 2. Based on budgetary figures provided to the project Network Services will purchase, deploy, and configure all active components that are specifically required for voice and data services Other UCIT Services 1. When possible all server requirements should be housed in a UCIT data center. This will reduce the significant overhead costs associated with small data center construction and operation and reduce the environmental footprint of these systems. Due to the scale and level of support available through UCIT system reliability is usually higher in this scenario as well. UCIT can provide further information as required. 2. Panduit cabinets and parts are the standardized network racks and modular solution for the data centers. Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 13 of Voice & Data Distribution

14 Parts and Components 1. Network Services uses a standard list of parts and components to decrease deployment time and improve long term serviceability of the systems. Occasional specialized applications may require components that are not listed below but in any case Network Services will approve the components that are to be used on specific projects. Part Number Color Systimax 10GX Cable AWH R1000 White MDVO MGS White Face Plates Dual M12LE-262 White Face Plates Quad M14LE-262 White Furniture Plates M14CE-262 White 7ft Patch Cords CPC F007 white 10ft Patch Cord CPC F010 White 15ft Patch Cord CPC F015 White 25ft Patch Cord CPC F025 White 24 port Patch Panel 1100GS5-24 Belden 10GX Cable White MDVO AX White Face Plates Dual AX White Face Plates Quad AX White Furniture Plates AX White 7ft Patch Cord AX White 10ft Patch Cord AX White 15ft Patch Cord AX White 25ft Patch Cord AX White 24 port Patch Panel AX Panduit 10GX Cable PUP6X04WH-UG White MDVO CJ6X88TGIW White Face Plates Dual CFPL2WHY White Face Plates Quad CFPL4WHY White Furniture Plates CFFP4WH White 7ft Patch Cord UTP6X7WHY White 10ft Patch Cord UTP6X10WHY White 15ft Patch Cord UTP6X15WHY White 25ft Patch Cord UTP6X25WHY White 24 port Patch Panel DP246X88TGY Belden Cat6 Cable (cat6) NOR MDVO PS5e (Blue) AX Blue MDVO USOC(Almond) AX Almond 106 Housing (Almond) AX Almond 10ft Patch Cord AX Yellow Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 14 of Voice & Data Distribution

15 Part Number Color 15ft Patch Cord AX Yellow 25ft Patch Cord AX Yellow GigaBIX Mount AX GigaBIX connector AX GigaBIX Wire Guard AX GigaBIX Desi strip AX GigaBIX Management Ring AX Corning Fiber Components Rack Mount Enclosure PCH-04U Splice Tray Bracket PC4-SPLC-12SR 12 Fiber Splice Tray M RH 6 Port LC Panel CCH-CP-12-A9 12 Port ST MM Panel CCH-CP-12-15T Racks Panduit 4 Post Rack Panduit 6" Wire Manager Panduit 12" Wire Manager Panduit 15 Wire Manager VoIP and TDM Telephone Components Adams Survivor Plus Model 2400 Guardian HDE-11 Guardian HDE-12 Allen Bradley Remote Push Button Allen Bradley Contact Block Allen Bradley Latch Blue Lights CMR4P84 PRVF6 PRVF12 PRVF15 A930P FP-MM64 800FX10 800FALM Carmanah Signs 2. Data Center parts & Components: Parts Cabinets Copper Patch Cables Components Panduit CN1 Net-Access cabinet 45U (32 W X 41 D x 84 H with top, doors, sides Panduit CN2 Net-Access cabinet 45U (32 W X 41 D x 84 H with top and doors Panduit QAPP48HDBL Quicknet Patch Panel empty UTP 48- Port Angled for Preterm cassette Panduit QPP24BL Quicknet Patch Panel empty UTP 24- Port Angled for Preterm cassette Panduit QARWCHCHXX??N Quicknet UTP Cat 6A White riser cassette/cassette jacks?? Feet Panduit UTP6X_??? Cat6A patch cord??? colour _feet need to be supplied by Network services Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 15 of Voice & Data Distribution

16 Appendix A Help phones Mounted in dedicated use unisex accessible washrooms drawing Last Updated: Jun 2010 Page 16 of Voice & Data Distribution

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