November 30, 2023

A set of technical specifications for an integrated electrical wiring system, from product requirements to finished product acceptance

ForewordHello everyone, I'm Mr. Lin , Integrated Wiring System Specification, today I will share full set of specification for Integrated Wiring System Application , from product requirements to completion acceptance requirements, it is recommended to keep for future reference! TextIntegrated Cabling

Section 1 General


A. The Contractor shall design and supply an integrated wiring system kit in accordance with requirements and diagrams of this Terms of Reference (computer network system specified separately), including installation wiring, testing and trial operation information. The system must be connected and installed in accordance with manufacturer's specifications and must be maintained in optimal working order.

B. The system should consist of combined circuits and their accessories, and main equipment should be standard products from one manufacturer. The Contractor shall supply and install all relevant equipment specified or required for successful completion of system. Any equipment not mentioned in this technical specification or on drawings, but necessary for operation of system, must also be included in this contract work.

C. This system is a line control system, consisting of optical fiber, unshielded twisted pair, large logarithmic cable, distribution board, combined plug and socket, jumper and other accessories. The completed system must meet maintenance requirements specified in tender documents.

D. The position and maximum size of accessories of this system must be as indicated on drawings. The contractor is responsible for design and installation in accordance with latest requirements and adaptation to local conditions.

E. When returning a bid, bidder must submit a "technical proposal" stating that proposed system and its accessories meet requirements of bid. At same time, relevant product descriptions and standard manufacturer's documents detailing cables, wiring, connecting equipment, etc., including product catalogs, specification sheets, diagrams and sketches with specifications, should be attached. should be based on Clarity and completeness of technical proposal should be assessed The minimum requirements for technical proposal should include following information:

a. Detailed scheme of system. It should be made up of a bidding scheme and construction drawings and should be expanded to show details of all points connected to system's network.

b. A technical description explaining general conceptsystems, type and quality of equipment, productivity, functional work, speed and accuracy.

c. Method of expanding hardware and software of system, clarifying limits and maximum power at different levels of system.

d. The environmental requirements of this system include temperature, humidity, power consumption, and distance between each telecom room.

e. Describe in detail impact of failure of any part of system at various levels of hardware structure. Particular attention should be paid to effect on system response and to that part of system capacity that remains operational in event of such a failure.

e. Stages of testing on site.

g. Proposed training program for owner representatives.

h. A sample maintenance contract, formulated in accordance with requirements of specification, is provided to owner for review. The contract must also include a price per unit for adding and modifying contents of system.

i. A detailed work schedule consistent with constraints set out in general construction contract regarding operating procedures for various activities.

j. Proposed organizational chart showing structure of engineering staff performing design, engineering, construction, testing, and maintenance.

F. The submission of a "Technical Proposal" cannot be considered as an approved system, nor can it completely relieve bidder from responsibility for complying with requirements of specifications and drawings.

G. The contractor is responsible for supply and installation of system equipment, cables, pipelines (including bridges), etc. The scope of project is determined according to project interface.

H. The contractor shall make every effort to comply with requirements of telephone bureau and relevant departments.

I. The Contractor shall provide all necessary bolts, anchor bolts, clamping devices, wiring, winding, distribution rings, various grounding and supporting equipment, etc.

J. An increase of up to 5% of total points of tender documents and drawings is included in scope of these tenders.

1.1.2.Special requirements for quality assurance

A. All work must meet best industry standards and pass testing, inspection, commissioning and acceptance.

B. The system must have evidence that it can perform its intended function, it must be a manufacturer's standard product line, and it must be tested on products of same type by a reputable testing organization. Relevant technical information, test certificates, drawings and test reports of similar products must be written in Chinese and provided for your reference.

C. The entire system must be designed and manufactured in accordance withtvii with latest revision of following standards. If local laws or regulations are more stringent, relevant laws or regulations should be followed first.

a. "Electrical Equipment Design Standards for Civil Buildings" (GB 51348-2019)

b. "Smart Building Design Standards" (GB/T 50314-2015)

c. "Technical specification for lightning protection of electronic building information system" (GB50343-2012)

d. "Design Rules for Integrated Cabling System" (GB50311-2016)

e. "Data Center Design Rules" GB50174-2017

f.ITU-T International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standards Committee (formerly CCITT)

G.EIA/TIA568B standard

h.ISO/IEC DIS 11801 International Standard for Structured Cabling Systems for Buildings and Groups of Buildings

D. The contractor must use a Fluke tester to fully test each point and line and provide a complete test report. The owner will conduct a random test. If it is determined that contractor's report differs from result of random test, contractor will be responsible for all costs of owner for testing.

1.1.3.View Documents

The contractor must submit following materials for approval, but not limited to:

A. Specifications for equipment and accessories, manufacturer information, etc. Appropriate data must be provided to verify performance of entire system.

B. Detailed production drawings of equipment to show general layout of equipment, switchboard layout, etc.

C. A detailed circuit diagram showing all details of an integrated wiring system diagram showing location and number of cable ends.

D. Construction drawings.

E. Equipment weight.

F. Civil engineering and other environmental requirements.

G. Nameplate location, letters and colors.

H. Surface treatment of fittings.

I. Recommendations for test procedures and report formats for factory and field testing.

J. Provide printed information from manufacturer of appropriate model of selected equipment, including installation, operation and maintenance instructions, detailing installation and operation steps, wiring information, wiring information, parts list, recommended spare parts list, provided Parts list, complete repair procedures for all equipment, recommended amount and frequency of repairs.

K. When submitting samples, color photographs of equipment materials must be submitted for approval. The contractor is obliged to put company's stamp on color images. Color images should clearly distinguish model and appearance of equipment. .

Description of system of secondSection


A. Set up office LAN, guest network, monitoring network, equipment network, and wireless access to guest network. The four networks are physically separated.

1. Install guest network switch and management network switch separately in low-current well cabinet. The corresponding optical fibers are connected to main switch. Optical fibers must have 50% redundancy. .

2. The jumper requirements are as follows:

3.1 All jumpers are prefabricated jumpers;

3.2 Color must be used to distinguish its actual function.

3.3 All jumpers should be clearly printed and marked one after other to mark position and source, and use a plastic plate with a small sign.

3.4 Each point of switchboard must have appropriate machine marking.

3.5 For all cabinets, print and paste list of racks used in cabinet and floor plan.

3.6 Once system is complete, a FLUKE system test report is required for each data point.

B. Telephone System Wiring The vertical trunk system uses five categories of 100 pairs or 50 pairs of high log unshielded cables and is connected to distribution frame of each floor. Horizontal wiring uses 4-pair, unshielded, low-smoke, halogen-free Category 5e (UTP-5e) twisted-pair cable, which is routed to each voice terminal through a floor distribution frame.

C. The vertical trunk of data transmission system uses a 6-core single-mode optical fiber, which is connected to distribution frame of each floor, which is routed to each data terminal.

D. The integrated wiring system is a line management system. The Contractor shall provide equipment, including but not limited to main voice distribution box, fiber optic distribution box, cables and other hardware equipment, in accordance with specifications of project. Line routing and termination includes optical fiber, twisted pair, junction box, combination socket, jumper, cable marking, etc.

E. This system must be applicable to major network topologies, support latest major network protocols, and adapt to needs of ever-growing network technologies. It can support data communication, voice communication, multimedia communication and data communication. various control signals.

F. The design of network must effectively avoid a single point of failure. Sufficient backup must be ensured when selecting equipment and connecting key equipment. Keep routing channel short.

G. Provide a complete security protection strategy that can prevent illegalaccess to network and protect legitimate interests of creators of network.

H. The Contractor undertakes to comply with "IT Standards" of "Management Group".

1.2.2.Functional requirements

A. Workspace Subsystem:

The workspace subsystem must comply with quantity and requirements of tender drawing (or list of points with a weak current information connector), and it is necessary to distinguish between voice points and data points using colors and patterns in accordance with design of bidding. drawing.

B. Wiring Subsystem:

The wiring subsystem uses Category 5e or Category 6 unshielded twisted-pair cables for wiring as required by tender drawing. (Optical fiber can also be used according to special requirements.)

The horizontal wiring system uses twisted pair and wiring length is less than 90m.

Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) sheaths must be color-coded to distinguish between different client terminals.

Data points and access channels to wireless network must be reserved in accordance with requirements of competition drawings.

C. Backbone subsystem:

The trunking subsystem connects MDF to horizontal distribution box in FD. It forms backbone transmission medium between these points and their associated equipment.

Backbone systems should include vertical and/or horizontal cabling of fiber optic cables and/or electrical cabling within switch room building. The backbone system mainly includes large logarithmic cables and multi-core optical cables. Cables must support voice, data, video, and day-to-day operation and maintenance of building. During laying of cables, technical requirements such as bending radius and tensile strength of all cables must be observed.

The number of cores (pairs) and number of trunk cables for each floor line is indicated in tender drawing. Connection from MDF in star topology.

Each fiber must be color coded. The length of multimode cable must not exceed equipment manufacturer's recommendations or length requirements to meet specified performance levels.

D. Subsystem between equipment:

The control room subsystem includes software-controlled distribution, network distribution, low-voltage shafts on each floor, etc. The control room subsystem must meet functional requirements for various low-voltage rooms.

Provide and install an equipotential earthing system in accordance with regulations and connect following equipment:

Communication cabinets, equipment racks and junction boxes

Communication box, ladder frame and bridge

All exposed metal parts of telecommunications equipment

E. Creationgroup subsystem:

The building group subsystem includes cables and fiber connections between buildings. The main switchboard, which is part of a separate building, can be installed in input line room or in control room, depending on tender drawing. Backbone data transmission lines between buildings are connected by optical cables, and backbone voice lines are connected by cables.

F. Wireless:

Wi-Fi coverage is available in all areas used by guests, including guest toilets, guest elevators, guest rooms, all public areas, hotel surroundings and outdoor gardens. Permanent restaurants, banquet halls, multifunctional halls, business lounges, all restaurants, conference rooms, lobbies and other densely populated areas use high-density, high-capacity, high-traffic hotspots to access guest network.

Wireless network coverage in hotel back office areas, including offices, kitchens, staff canteens, staff elevators, and other areas where employees work and stay.

All access points use POE power supply, AC+AP mode. The minimum level of wireless network signal is not lower than -65dbm, SNR 20. Compatibility with 802.11ac or 802.11ax

G. Control Subsystem:

Electrical equipment, cables, data sockets and other objects in input room, equipment room, reception room, work area, etc. must be managed in a uniform way, and their identification and recording modes must at least comply with requirements of relevant specifications / standards.

H.UTP control system

Components connected with copper must be able to be cross-connected or connected to each other using crossover (jumper) wires or plug-in (interconnect) wires.

Separate terminal blocks are used for voice and copper data. The demarcation/separation between telephone circuits, PABX audio, copper and fiber optic data must be as shown on drawings.

Allows you to remove a patch module from a patch panel (rack) without interfering with other communication services. Contains multiport modules that use Insulation Discharge Connectors (IDC) connectors.

Leave at least 10% free space for distribution frame and reserve equipment trays.

I. Optical cable management system

The fiber optic patch panel must be installed in a standard 19" cabinet, including ST/SC/LC connectors, including a fiber control bench with drawer rails fixed in cabinet, and including spans between each multiport panel. Adapter.

Allow wiring module to be removed from switchboard without interfering with other communication services and have associated modules such as winding wires and fixing cables.

Jay Label

Mark in alphanumeric order so that each part of overall cabling system is unique andidentified. If necessary, consider existing building or customer labeling standards. Installation can only begin once labeling system has been submitted for approval. The following general labeling requirements must be observed:

The labels at each end of cable must have a unique ID and indicate their location from main cable run.

Patch panels should be provided with legible label holders for each outlet in accordance with manufacturer's standards.

The connector board must be labeled to match wiring label.

The naming is based on principle of easy cable type identification.

Section III System Hardware

The technical requirements for following main equipment and cables do not limit contractor in choice of equipment and materials for various indicators. Instead, choose right hardware and supplies to meet your system requirements. Unspecified equipment and cables must be selected by contractor in accordance with requirements of system, and selected grade must not be lower than grade indicated for relevant equipment in technical requirements.

Cables and their connectors used in this system must use high-performance combined equipment, and transmission performance must not be lower than international standards for various index parameters of this type of cable.

a. The cables of horizontal wiring system must be manufactured to LSOH fire rating or higher.

b.Vertical trunk system cables must be manufactured to a CMR fire rating or higher.

2.3.1 Cat 5e twisted-pair copper cable

a. Provide Category 5e unshielded twisted pair cables as horizontal cables as required by tender drawings.

b. The cable must comply with EIA/TIA-568 standard, as well as ISO/IEC and other similar standards for Super Five cables with unshielded twisted pair.

c. Quantity and rows are shown on paper.

2.3.2Category 6 twisted-pair copper cable

a. Provide six types of unshielded 4-pair horizontal twisted pairs with transverse frames according to requirements of tender drawings. Its performance must meet requirements of computer network transmission and image system.

b. The cable must meet requirements of EIA/TIA-568 and ISO/IEC and other similar standards for six types of unshielded twisted pair.

c. The UTP cable must be 24AWG copper conductors.

d. See drawing for quantities and wiring.

2.3.3 Category 5 Large Log Cable

a. Provide Category 3 large logarithmic cables as backbone cables according totender drawings. Its performance must meet transmission requirements of telephone and telecommunication systems.

b. The vertical trunk cable should be 25/50/100 pairs

c. The cable must comply with EIA/TIA-568 standard, as well as ISO/IEC and other similar standards for category 5 high log cables.

d. See drawing for quantities and wiring.

2.3.4Fiber optic cable

a. All optical cables must be made by same manufacturer.

b. The loss of 9 µm single-mode fiber at 1310 and 1550 nm should not exceed 0.5 dB/km and 0.4 dB/km, respectively.

c. The loss of 50/125 µm multimode fiber at 850 nm and 1300 nm should not exceed 3.5 dB/km and 1.5 dB/km, respectively.

d. The backbone optical cable must be integrated with manufacturer's optical fiber pigtail through a connector made by respective manufacturer.

e. Multi-mode optical cables must be made up of 50/125 µm optical fibers, and single-mode optical cables must be made up of 9/125 µm optical fibers.

f. Multimode and singlemode optical cables must use LC connectors.

g. Quantity and wiring are shown on drawing.


The connected equipment must connect all subsystems together. It consists of marking hardware that provides circuit identification and jumpers and/or jumpers used to establish circuit connections at cross-connects. Connectors consist of UTP and fiber optic connectors and wired devices. If required or indicated on drawings, connection fittings must also include additional spare parts.

The connection hardware must be electrically compatible with wiring subsystem in same connection to ensure signal quality, and components must meet requirements specified by wiring subsystem.

Connectors must be filled in:

a. Complete connection from communication output to user active and/or inactive equipment. This includes all cables, jumpers, connectors, and work area cords required for a complete connection.

b. Identification of a transaction for administrative purposes to ensure efficient management during future moves, additions and changes.

c. Complete built-in wiring test. The test input should break circuit and allow testing in both directions.

d. Provide mechanical protection for cabling cables and moving equipment. Protect moving equipment, UPS and other equipment must be properly sized.

e. Connectors must include, but are not limited to:

e. Jumper for voice and data

g. Work area wiring (from socket to table)

s. Connecting network equipment

I. Wiring panel

j.IDC module

k. Rack and its partitions

1. Cable channels

m. Wire management equipment

19" standard case and all components such as power supply, fan, vertical wiring slot, electrical wiring, etc.

o. Enclosure with lockable glass/perforated metal front door, metal sides and top lockable metal perforated rear door, unless otherwise indicated on drawing

p. Other equipment


r. All necessary wiring accessories

2.3.6Patch cord

All circuits of each layer of wiring must be equipped with patch cords with a 5% reserve.

2.3.7UTP patch cord

8-core patch cords are available to match a specific length of horizontal wiring, suitable for patching wiring on floor. The tips must be connected at each end and have an 8-pin modular jack. The 8-wire jumper kits are designed to match specific lengths of horizontal wiring suitable for wiring on floor. Patch cords must be manufactured by horizontal cable manufacturer to ensure proper alignment of horizontal cable. The patch cord must not be assembled and pressed by itself.

Principles for distribution of voice points in guest room: one number in each room, Cat5e line runs from low current shaft to bed, and then to bathroom, and bathroom is last point of connection.

2.3.8Optical patch cord

Single-mode fiber optic splices are provided for all major connections between individual cables or between core and electronic communications equipment. The patch cords must be welded to ST/LC connectors at each end. The single mode coating should be yellow. The number of patch cords of optical cable in low-voltage room should be configured in a ratio of 1:1 to number of fiber optic ports of switch, and in IT room and number of fiber optic ports of switch should be configured in a ratio of 1:1. The network switch mainly uses LC interface, but reserves option to use SC interface.

2.3.9Channel specification

The built-in wiring system must meet or exceed channel parameters described in international wiring standards. It determines pieces of channel equipment either under an independent contract or by user, determines all assumptions as to whether decisions concerning these pieces of channel are in accordance with channel specifications, and is presented to tenderer.

2.3.10Distribution frame

Both voice and data uses 24-port modular distribution boards, and all power distributiondividing boards must be equipped with cable organizers.

All fiber optic distribution frames in shaft use 24 ports, LC interface and are equipped with accessories such as flanges, connectors and pigtails.

2.3.11Low voltage cabinet

The top of cabinet should be equipped with a 220V AC powered exhaust fan, fan should be low noise, cabinet should be equipped with a mechanical lock that can be opened with a key, all weak current cabinets should be equipped with a special PDU power supply in a metal case certified by 3C.

Section 4. Installation

A. Installation must comply with relevant Chinese standards.

B. The number of untwisted cables on each connection port should not exceed national standard.

C. When laying cables, technical requirements such as bending radius and cable tensile strength must be observed.

D. Cables must be hidden and protected, and must not be visible. If surface application is required, this must be approved by engineer.

E. Wiring must be done as follows: bridge or pipe

F. Unless otherwise stated in this manual or drawings, all wiring systems and their subsystems must be part of overall wiring system contract.

G. Cables laid in walls, floors or ceilings must be insulated from low voltage cables in one of following ways:

a. Distance not less than 50 mm;

b. Strong insulating material or metal barrier (e.g. cable duct);

c. Wooden or metal columns, wall tiles, beams or rafters of any thickness.

d. Distance 150 mm and intermediate barrier;

e. Wooden or metal columns, wall tiles, beams or rafters of any thickness.

e. Communication cables laid in walls, floors or ceilings must be insulated from multi-core high-voltage cables in one of following ways:

g. Distance not less than 300 mm;

h. Barriers made of durable insulating material (e.g. cable duct);

I. Wooden or metal columns, wall tiles, beams or rafters of any thickness.

H. Communication cables buried underground must be kept at a safe distance from other power cables and equipment piping as required by code. External and internal wiring must be protected in accordance with requirements of regulatory documents.

I. Reliable grounding and lightning protection measures must be implemented in accordance with national regulations.

Section 5. Debugging and Committing

A. The building unit must provide a wireless network test report (2.4G and 5G) covering all areas before and after construction. Use an 802.11 protocol spectrum analyzer to providefield strength test report.

B. The contractor may use only one type of tester as a system-wide certification testing tool to ensure system testing is accurate and consistent. In case of special circumstances where it is necessary to use different types of testers, Contractor shall provide difference and conversion ratio between them.

C. It is necessary to carry out systematic testing of horizontal base line wiring components (including switchboards, information outlets and horizontal cables), and test results must comply with standards of relevant national regulations and ensure that links provided are qualified road links.

D. The Contractor shall cooperate with completion of acceptance work in accordance with requirements of national legislation. And prepare following materials: as-built drawings (including system diagrams, technical design drawings, construction piping plans), product manuals, test reports and other documents to be provided to owner.

Completion of Section Six

Accept completion should contain following information:

A. Drawings and documents

a. System Diagram

b. Scheme of technical project

c. Piping construction plan (including terminal diagram)

d. Built-in connection point table

e. Product Guide

e. Study materials