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TRACTDivision 27 governs the infrastructure for the low-voltageinformation transport systems (ITS), which include voice,data, wireless, CATV systems and their pathways for allUniversity buildings and structuresDIVISON 27The University of KansasInformation Technology1001 Sunnyside AveLawrence, KS 66045785-864-8080DIVISION 27TELECOMMUNICATIONS on Date: January 1, 2021

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems2727 Telecommunications SystemsContents27 00 00 - Communications . 5PART 1 - GENERAL . 5PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 16PART 3 – EXECUTION . 1627 05 26 – Grounding and Bonding for Communications Systems . 27PART 1 – GENERAL . 27PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 29PART 3 – EXECUTION . 3327 05 28 – Pathways for Communications Systems . 39PART 1 – GENERAL . 39PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 40PART 3 – EXECUTION . 4127 05 29 – Hangers and Supports for Communications Systems . 46PART 1 - GENERAL . 46PART 2 - PRODUCTS . 47PART 3 - EXECUTION . 4727 05 33 – Conduits and Back boxes for Communications Systems. 49PART 1 - GENERAL . 49PART 2 - PRODUCTS . 50PART 3 - EXECUTION . 5127 05 36 – Cable Trays for Communications Systems . 53PART 1 - GENERAL . 53PART 2 - PRODUCTS . 54PART 3 - EXECUTION . 5627 05 39 – Surface Raceways for Communications Systems . 60Revision Date: January 1, 2021TABLE OF CONTENTSPage 1 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems27PART 1 – GENERAL . 60PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 60PART 3 – EXECUTION . 6127 05 43 – Underground Ducts and Raceways for Communications Systems . 63PART 1 – GENERAL . 63PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 65PART 3 – EXECUTION . 7027 05 44 – Sleeves and Sleeve Seals for Communications Systems . 82PART 1 – GENERAL . 82PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 82PART 3 – EXECUTION . 8427 05 45 – Penetration Fire-stopping for Communications Systems . 86PART 1 – GENERAL . 86PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 89PART 3 – EXECUTION . 9027 05 53 – Identification for Communications Systems . 93PART 1 – GENERAL . 93PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 93PART 3 – EXECUTION . 9327 08 13 – Copper Testing . 106PART 1 – GENERAL . 106PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 107PART 3 – EXECUTION . 10727 08 16 – Optical Fiber Testing. 119PART 1 – GENERAL . 119PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 122PART 3 – EXECUTION . 12427 10 00 – Structured Cabling . 129PART 1 – GENERAL . 12927 11 00 – Communications Equipment Room Fittings. 139PART 1 – GENERAL . 139Revision Date: January 1, 2021TABLE OF CONTENTSPage 2 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems27PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 139PART 3 – EXECUTION . 13927 11 13 – Communications Entrance Protection . 140PART 1 – GENERAL . 140PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 140PART 3 – EXECUTION . 14127 11 16 – Communications Cabinets, Racks, Frames and Enclosures. 142PART 1 – GENERAL . 142PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 142PART 3 – EXECUTION . 14427 11 19 – Communications Termination Blocks and Patch Panels . 146PART 1 – GENERAL . 146PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 147PART 3 – EXECUTION . 14827 13 00 – Communications Backbone Cabling . 149PART 1 – GENERAL . 149PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 151PART 3 – EXECUTION . 15627 15 00 – Communications Horizontal Cabling . 161PART 1 – GENERAL . 161PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 162PART 3 – EXECUTION . 16727 15 43 – Communications Faceplates and Connectors . 172PART 1 – GENERAL . 172PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 172PART 3 – EXECUTION . 17427 16 19 – Communications Patch Cords, Station Cords, and Cross-Connect Wire . 175PART 1 – GENERAL . 175PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 175PART 3 – EXECUTION . 17627 21 33 – Data Communications Wireless Access Points . 178Revision Date: January 1, 2021TABLE OF CONTENTSPage 3 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems27PART 1 – GENERAL . 178PART 2 – PRODUCTS. 178PART 3 – EXECUTION . 179Appendix . 182Standards Variance/Product Substitution Request Form (KU IT Projects Only). 182(Use A1.1 Standards Variance Request Form for KU FPD (Facilities Planning Development, LedProjects) . 182Summary of Submittals . 183Pre-Bid Phase Submittals . 183Bid Phase Submittals . 183Pre-Construction Phase Submittals . 184Construction Phase Submittals . 187Post-Construction Phase Submittals . 188Typical MDF Equipment Rack Elevation. 189Typical MDF Equipment Rack Elevation Zoom . 190Typical IDF Equipment Rack Elevation . 190Typical IDF Equipment Rack Elevation Zoom . 191Typical Work Area Outlet . 191Typical Patch Panel . 192Typical Fiber Sliding Shelf Connectivity. 194Table of FiguresTable 1 - TBB Conductor Size vs. Length . 35Table 2 - Splice Insertion Loss . 121Table 3 - Optical Fiber Cable Attenuation Performance . 122Table 4 - Mandrel Sizing . 125Table 5 - Pre-bid phase submittals. 183Table 6 - Bid phase submittals . 183Table 7 - Pre-construction phase submittals . 186Table 8 - Construction phase submittals . 187Table 9 - Post-construction phase submittals. 189Revision Date: January 1, 2021TABLE OF CONTENTSPage 4 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems2727 00 00 - CommunicationsPART 1 - GENERALThe University of Kansas, Information Technology (KU IT) is the responsible unit for low-voltagetelecommunications design, design oversight, and installation at the University of Kansas (KU). Thisresponsibility includes but is not limited to any and all KU property and structures including hand-holes,maintenance holes, pull-boxes, pedestals, and enclosures as well as both inside and outside plantinstallations (ISP & OSP).The University of Kansas Division 27 Standard is intended to communicate the design and installationrequirements for the Telecommunications Systems at KU. It has been written for Architects, Engineersand Designers who are responsible for the design of new or remodeled facilities for KU wheretelecommunications infrastructure currently exists or will be installed. It is also intended for low voltageTelecommunications Contractors (TC or Contractors) installing telecommunications infrastructure at KU.Architects, Engineers and Designers shall verify that all applicable portions of these standards areincorporated into each project’s design drawings, specifications and final construction. Contractors shallverify that all applicable portions of these standards are incorporated into the project’s finalconstruction.1.1SUMMARYA. Division 27 governs the infrastructure for the low-voltage information transport systems(ITS), which include voice, data, and CATV systems and their pathways.B. Life of Standard1. This standard represents the minimum acceptable requirements for voice, data, video,and other general information transport systems at The University of Kansas. Thisstandard is a living document. The criteria in this standard are subject to revisions andupdating as warranted by advances in building construction techniques andtelecommunications technology.2. This standard is NOT to be used as the final specification or bid document for anyproject. This standard is a starting point in a process of collaboration betweenarchitect/design engineer, the occupant and KU IT. It also serves as a minimum or bestpractice for installation.C. Description of Work:1. Contractor shall furnish and install materials for the communications infrastructure asspecified herein and as shown on the drawings. Upon completion, the systems shall befunctioning systems in compliance with performance requirements specified.2. The cabling specified and shown on the drawings is for complete, performance based,workable systems. Deviations from the cabling shown due to a particularmanufacturer’s requirements shall be made only with the written approval of theArchitect, Designer, and KU IT, and at no additional cost to KU.Revision Date: January 1, 2021SECTION 27 00 00Page 5 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems273. Unless otherwise indicated in the scope of work, drawings, or specifications, the TC shallprovide all material required for a complete system, including the installation andtermination of telecommunications cabling, telecommunications work area outlets andthe termination of all cabling in the Telecommunications Spaces. If any cabling installedby the TC lacks proper service loops, the TC shall replace the entire cable at no cost toKU IT. The TC shall provide all splicing and grounding and bonding hardware andmaterial.4. In the event the scope of work requires demolition of KU IT equipment or cabling, KU ITshall have the first right of refusal for any items removed during demolition. Networkelectronics or similar equipment shall be returned to the KU IT Warehouse. Cablingshall be returned to the KU IT Warehouse unless otherwise approved or noted.1.2RELEATED DOCUMENTSA. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and SupplementaryConditions and Division 01 sections of The University of Kansas Design and ConstructionStandards apply to this standard. Refer also to the following sections of The University ofKansas Design and Construction Standards:1. Division 01 – General Requirements2. Division 02 – Sitework3. Division 06 – Woods and Plastics4. Division 11 – Equipment5. Division 13 – Special Construction6. Division 14 – Conveying Systems7. Division 26 – ElectricalB. The following codes, associations, acts and agencies, as required by law:1. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)2. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)3. NFPA-70, 2017 (National Electric Code)4. National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)5. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)C. The current edition of the following standards:1. National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)2. TIA-568-C.0, TIA-568-C.1, TIA-568-C.2, TIA-568-C.3, TIA-568-C.43. TIA-569-C4. TIA-606-C5. J-STD-607D. The current edition of the following guidelines:1. BICSI, Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM)2. BICSI, Information Transport Systems Installation Methods Manual (ITSIMM)3. BICSI, Outside Plant Design Reference Manual (OSPDRM)4. BICSI/NECA-568Revision Date: January 1, 2021SECTION 27 00 00Page 6 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems275. BICSI/NECA-607E. When a discrepancy arises between the above mentioned codes, standards or guidelinesand the standards contained in this document, it shall be brought to the attention of KU ITimmediately for resolution. The more stringent of the two guidelines shall be implemented.1.3DEFINITIONSA. Advanced System Warranty – an extended telecommunications warranty (20 years orgreater) held by either the connectivity or cabling manufacturer directly with the KU for aproject that guarantees product and performance of the entire cabling system for thewarranty period. Refer to Warranty Requirements in Quality Assurance sub-section of thisstandard for additional information and requirements.B. Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) - any material containing more than one percent (1%)asbestos.C. Backbone (Riser) Cabling – The cabling that connects multiple Telecommunications Roomsto each other, to the Equipment Room and/or to the Entrance Facility.D. Communications Outlet (Work Area Outlet) – Any point of connectivity for voice, data, orvideo services at the users end. (i.e. work area, desk, etc.)E. Communications Pathways – Conduits, cable trays or other supports with the sole purposeof carrying communications cabling. Communications pathways shall not be used by otherlow-voltage systems, including but not limited to: fire alarm, security systems, and orbuilding automation wiring or air/vacuum tubes.F. Conveniently Accessible – being capable of being reached from the floor or with the use ofan 8-foot step ladder without climbing or crawling over or under obstacles such as motors,pumps, belt guards, transformers, piping and/or duct work.G. Design Engineer – the company as defined for sections referring to telecommunicationswork only, the Design Engineer shall be the design consultant employed by KU or subcontracted with an Architect hired by KU for the purpose of designing thetelecommunications systems and observing the work of the CommunicationsSubcontractor(s). The Design Engineer shall have a staff member assigned to the projectwho is a Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD). See RCDD-of-Record.Refer to this standard for required qualifications of this individual.H. Entrance Facility (telecommunications, EF) – An entrance to a building for both public andprivate network service cables (including wireless) including the entrance point of thebuilding and continuing to the entrance room or space. The location where the maintelecommunications service enters a building from the outside; where the demarcationbetween the inter-building and intra-building cabling system occurs.I. Equipment Room (telecommunications, ER) – An environmentally controlled centralizedspace for telecommunications equipment that usually houses a main or intermediate crossconnect. The location which provides space and maintains a suitable operatingenvironment for large telecommunications equipment. This space may be co-located withRevision Date: January 1, 2021SECTION 27 00 00Page 7 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsJ.K.L.M.N.O.P.Q.R.S.Telecommunications Systems27the Entrance Facility and/or Telecommunications Room, provided the room is sized for allfunctions.Horizontal Cabling – The cabling between the Telecommunications Room and the Work Areathat carries voice, data and/or video signals.Horizontal Cross-connect (HC) – A cross-connect of horizontal cabling to other cabling, e.g.horizontal, backbone, equipment. A connection facility that is cabled between theequipment outlet and the intermediate cross-connect in a hierarchical star topology (e.g.Telecommunications Room).Inside Plant (ISP) Cabling – Communications cabling and terminations primarily locatedinside the building footprint including, but not limited to copper and optical fiber cabling,splicing and terminations, and work related to their construction.Inside Plant (ISP) Pathways – Communications pathways primarily located inside thebuilding footprint including but not limited to conduits, j-hooks, cable trays, enclosures,equipment racks and cabinets, and work related to their construction.Intermediate Cross-connect (IC) – An intermediate connection facility that is cabled to theMain Cross-connect. An intermediate cross-connect typically services as theTelecommunications Equipment Room for a building.KU IT Representatives – For each project KU IT will designate official representatives, one (1)each from KU IT Network Construction Management and KU IT TelecommunicationsEngineering. Design related questions shall be directed to KU IT TelecommunicationsEngineer for clarification and/or approval.Lead Telecommunications Installer – acting as the project manager for theTelecommunications Subcontractor for all telecommunications work in the constructiondocuments (T-series drawings and Division 27 project specifications and/or KU IT Division 27standards), who shall be on-site at all times will Division 27 work is being performed. Thisindividual shall attend all construction project meetings. The Lead TelecommunicationsInstaller and Project RCDD may be the same person, but not necessarily. Refer to thisstandard for required qualifications of this individual.Main Cross-connect (MC) – The central connection facility in a hierarchical star topology.The University of Kansas has two (2) Main Cross-connect facilities, one located in theComputer Center and the second located in the Ellsworth Hall Annex.Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) – a testing facility recognized by theOccupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as primarily private sectororganizations that provide product safety testing and certification services tomanufacturers.Outside Plant (OSP) Cabling – Communications cabling and terminations primarily locatedoutside the building footprint including, but not limited to copper and optical fiber cabling,splicing and terminations, lightning and electrical protection, and work related to theirconstruction.Revision Date: January 1, 2021SECTION 27 00 00Page 8 of 195

The University of KansasDesign & Construction StandardsTelecommunications Systems27T. Outside Plant (OSP) Pathways – Communications pathways primarily located outside thebuilding footprint including but not limited to conduits, maintenance holes, s and workrelated to their construction.U. Plenum – A compartment or chamber to which one or more air ducts are connected andthat forms part of the air distribution system. Assume all spaces above suspended oraccessible ceilings are a plenum.V. Plenum-rated – listed by the Underwriters Laboratory as being suitable for installation into aplenum space. Communications cabling routed through plenum-rated space shall beplenum-rated and identified as Type CMP.W. Project RCDD – The Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) on staff of theTelecommunications Subcontractor responsible for ensuring all telecommunications workmeets or exceeds the construction documents (T-series drawings and Division 27 projectspecifications and/or KU IT Division 27 Standards) and the referenced codes, standards andguidelines. Refer to this standard for required qualifications of this individual.X. RCDD-of-Record – The Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) on staff ofthe design engineering firm responsible for the design of the telecommunications systems.See Design Engineer. Refer to this stand

TIA-568-C.0, TIA-568-C.1, TIA-568-C.2, TIA-568-C.3, TIA-568-C.4 3. TIA-569-C 4. TIA-606-C 5. J-STD-607 D. The current edition of the following guidelines: 1. BICSI, Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual (TDMM) 2. BICSI, Information Transport Systems Installation Methods Manual (ITSIMM) 3. .

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