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ANSI/BICSI-001-2009, Information Transport Systems Design Standard for K-12 Educational Institutions

Terry W. Hochbein RCDD/NTS/OSP ATSR Architects/Engineers

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PURPOSE

This Standard specifies minimum requirements and guidelines for the design of Information Transport Systems (ITS) infrastructure for K-12 educational institutions. It is intended to be used by K-12 facility owners, facility operators, architects, engineers, telecommunications and information technology (IT) consultants, project managers, and telecommunications/IT technology installers. It is not intended to be the sole source of information for the design of ITS for K-12 institutions

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD


The K-12 standard is a design standard It references many existing industry standard
ANSI-J-STD-607-A, Commercial Building Grounding (Earthing) and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications. ANSI/NECA/BICSI-568-A, Standard for Installing Commercial Building Telecommunication Cabling. ANSI/TIA-455-78-B, Optical Fibres Part 1-40: Measurement Methods and Text Procedures Attenuation. ANSI/TIA-570-B, Residential Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard ANSI/TIA/EIA-526-7, Measurement of Optical Power Loss of Installed Singlemode Fiber Cable Plant. ANSI/TIA/EIA-526-14-A, Optical Power Loss Measurement of Installed Multimode Fiber Cable Plant. ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.1, Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard Part 1: General Requirements. ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2, Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard Part 2: Balanced Twisted-Pair Cabling Components. ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A, Administration Standard for Commercial Telecommunications Infrastructure. ASTM E814-02, Standard Test Method for Fire Tests of Through-Penetration Fire Stops IEEE C2-2007, National Electrical Safety Code ISO/IEC 11801, Cabling Standards NFPA 70 2008, National Electrical Code. TIA TSB-140, Additional Guidelines for Field Test Length, Loss and Polarity of Optical Fibers. ds

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Generic Infrastructure


The generic infrastructure specified includes the following: Horizontal Cabling Multi-User Telecommunications Outlet Assembly (MUTOA) Consolidation Point (CP) Backbone Cabling Telecommunications Enclosures Test Requirements Labeling Grounding & Bonding Firestop Systems Security Systems Wireless System Master Clock System Distance Learning

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Educational Spaces


The standard covers the five following major types of educational spaces: Classrooms Administrative Offices Arts Spaces Physical Education Spaces Building Services

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Educational Spaces


The standard provides design requirements for each educational space: General Description of the educational spaces Telephone Outlet Requirements Network Outlet Requirements CATV Outlet Requirements Audio/Video (A/V) Outlet Requirements Public Address System Requirements Intercom System Requirements Pathway Requirements Media Cable Requirements

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Educational Spaces - Classrooms


The standard provides design requirements for classroom spaces: Telephone Outlet shall have a minimum of 1 outlet Network Outlet
shall have minimum of 6 outlets should have wireless coverage

CATV Outlet shall have a minimum of 1 outlet

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Educational Spaces Classrooms (cont.)


The standard provides design requirements for classroom spaces: Audio/Video (A/V)
should have provisions for electric ceiling mounted or wall mounted screen should have cabling for a projector (typically ceiling mounted) and speakers from the teaching position should have USB connections when intelligent whiteboards are deployed should have provisions for musical instrument digital interfaces (MIDI) when deployed should have mounting hardware, ITS and control cables when monitors are used and shared by a computer, television and the A/V system should have a sound reinforcement system for recording and playback of in-room programming and playback of recorded material. the sound reinforcement system shall have an amplifier and a minimum of one microphone

K-12 DESIGN STANDARD Educational Spaces - Classrooms (cont.)


The standard provides design requirements for classroom spaces: Public Address System shall be extended into the classroom Intercom System a public address, intercom, telephone should be provided Pathway Requirements outlets shall have conduits or equivalent pathways extended to accessible ceiling Media
Balanced Twisted Pair shall be a minimum of Cat 5E/Class D Multimode Optical Fiber 62.5/125 - shall be a minimum of 200/500MHz per Km bandwidth 50/125 - shall be a minimum of 500/500MHz per Km bandwidth SVGA cable with 15 pin connectors and an S-video cable for projector Series 6 quad-shield coax Proprietary cables shall conform to manufactures specifications

Mulitmedia Outlet Details

Thank You!
K-12 Standards Subcommittee Members
Especially:
Todd Taylor, Editor John Kacperski, Secretary

Post Secondary Standard


Currently under development Expected publication Fall 2010 Terry Hochbein, Chairman Mark King, Secretary

Questions?
Terry W. Hochbein, RCDD NTS/OSP
Senior Technology Designer ATSR Architects/Engineers

763.525.5644 Office 612.817.9123 Cell THochbein@ATSR.COM

BICSI Data Center Standard Update


Jonathan Jew J&M Consultants, Inc. John Kacperski UCLA Medical Center

Scope
ANSI/BICSI-002 Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices Standard An international standard, not just U.S. Meant to supplement, not replace existing data center cabling standards such as TIA-942 and CENELEC EN 50173-5 Large committee of experts (150) Large document (~500 pages) covering a wide range of subjects

Subjects Covered
Site Selection Architectural and Structural Design Electrical Systems Mechanical Systems (i.e., HVAC) Fire Protection and Security Building Automation Systems Commissioning Maintenance

Subjects Covered
Telecommunications
Access Providers & Entrance Facilities Telecom Spaces Cabinets & Racks Cabling Pathways Telecom Cabling Field Testing Telecom Administration

Information Technology

Status
Completed 3rd Industry Ballot Balloting continues until consensus is reached among subcommittee members and canvass list members Desire is to publish as soon as possible

NECA/BICSI-607-2009
Telecommunications Bonding and Grounding Planning and Installation Methods for Commercial Buildings

Highlights of NECA/BICSI 607


Busbar to Equipment New Terminology Emphasis on Installation Techniques

Telecommunications Room
Bonding Jumper Telecommunication Equipment Bonding Conductor (TEBC) Grounding Equalizer (GE) Rack Bonding Conductor (RBC)

Vertical Rack Grounding Busbar (RGBV)

Telecommunications Grounding Busbar (TGB)

Unit Bonding Conductor (UBC)

Telecommunications Bonding Backbone (TBB)

Equipment & Rack Bonding Option 1


Option 1 Equipment attached to a rack bonding conductor (RBC)
From rack/cabinet to TEBC

Requires multiple cutting and stripping of the RBC Requires multiple irreversible connections

* NECA/BICSI-607

Equipment & Rack Bonding Option 2


Option 2 Horizontal rack grounding busbar
mounted on top or bottom of the rack/cabinet equipment bonded directly to the busbar with a unit bonding conductor (UBC)

UBCs may be longer Adds to the complexity of cable management

Equipment & Rack Bonding Option 3


Option 3 Vertical rack grounding busbar
runs length of rack/cabinet equipment bonded directly to the busbar with a unit bonding conductor (UBC)

Preferred option resulting in short lengths of UBCs

Equipment & Rack Bonding

Unacceptable practice
series or daisy chain connected equipment bonding conductors

* NECA/BICSI-607

Connecting to the Busbar


Remove surface debris with an abrasive pad

Apply thin coating of anti-oxidant compound where connection takes place

Connecting to the Busbar


Attach lugs to the busbar
stainless steel or silicon bronze hardware tighten to the appropriate torque rating

Summary
These are just a few examples of the additions made .. Hopefully, these allow for a better understanding of proper bonding and grounding techniques

ANSI/NECA/BICSI-568, Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling


Bob Jensen, RCDD

Purpose
This standard not only covers the installation and safety requirements for telecommunications cabling, it focuses on criteria that aid in delivering performance levels expected by end-users To promote telecommunications infrastructure installation training
National Electrical Code (NEC) references Provide guidance to installation trades

History
ANSI/NECA/BICSI-568 is based upon BICSIs Telecommunications Cabling Installation Manual

1998 BOD approved The first standard to address the joint standard importance of proper telecommunications with NECA infrastructure installation

2001 Joint standard published

2006 Joint standard revised

Participating BICSI Members


Ray Keden Al Feaster Donna Ballast Bob Jensen Ed Phillips Bob Faber Phil Janeway Ray Emplit Richard Anderson Joe OBrien Mel Lesperance Pete Olders Alvin Emmett Darron Wright Don Wright Charlie Mann

Scope
This Standard describes minimum requirements and procedures for installing the infrastructure for telecommunications including balanced twisted pair copper cabling and optical fiber cabling that transport telecommunications signals (e.g., voice, data, video). Installers should always follow applicable codes and manufacturers instructions. This Standard is intended to be used in describing a neat and workmanlike manner as referenced by ANSI/NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code (NEC).

The NEC Relationship


800.24 Mechanical Execution of Work. Communications circuits and equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner.

FPN: Accepted industry practices are described in ANSI/NECA/BICSI 568-2006, Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling

Contract documents
Recommended text contained within this standard
Commercial building telecommunications cabling shall be installed in accordance with NECA/BICSI 568-2006, Installing Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling (ANSI).
More and more construction specifications are referring to this standard

Contents
Support Structures
Allow installation of telecommunications wire, cable, connecting hardware, and associated apparatus.
Pathways
Route survey and planning Cable trays (supporting, various types) Conduit (length limitations, bends, securing, bonding)

Spaces
Plywood backboards (securing to walls) Equipment racks, cabinets (wall and floor mounted)

Bonding Cable support systems (J-hooks) Separation from possible EMI sources

Contents
Pulling cable
Setup
Horizontal and backbone cables Horizontal and vertical pathways Open ceiling

Preferred optical fiber premises cable jacket colors

Firestopping
Re-establishing the integrity of fire rated walls, floors, and ceilings is an essential part of a cabling installation. Ten basic types of firestop Typical installations illustrated

Contents
Cable Terminations and Splicing
Fiber and Copper Color codes Dressing cables for termination

Installation verification
Visual inspection and performance test documentation are required for proof of proper installation conformance

Contents
Testing
Copper
Permanent link Channel

Optical fiber
OLTS, OTDR optional OLTS One jumper reference; mandrel on launch cord Length, polarity, attenuation

Status
Can be obtained from BICSI
https://www.bicsi.org/standards/or der_now.aspx

Due for revision by 2011 Items to cover


Category 6A OM4 Other items of interest

Contact:
bjensen@youraustinhouse.com