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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
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.com

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PROPOSAL TEMPLATE

P
ERIMETER

I
NTRUSION

D
ETECTION

S
YSTEM


(PIDS)

Proposal f
or the



CLIENT’S NAME, INC.


ENGINEERING

DEPARTMENT



CLIENTS LOGO GOES HERE




PROPERTY LOCATION AND CONTACT

PERSON


1234 North Beach
,

Blvd.




Somewherein
, FL
33095



Contact Person:
John Smith


Project Manager
(
888
-
233
-
3333
)



Month 00, 2010




PROJECT SOLARBEAM






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Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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Table of Contents

EXAMPLE OF : SOLARBE
AM PRODUCTS AND DEAL
ERS

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.......

4

APPROVED DEALERS LOC
ATED IN SOUTH FLORID
A:

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4

EXAMPLE OF : IR BEAM

DETECTION OVERVIEW
-

TAKEX IR BEA
M

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5

EXAMPLE OF : IR BEAM

DETECTION OVERVIEW
-

OPTEX IR BEAM

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.................

6

EXAMPLE A
-

CENTRAL CONTROL AND
MONITORING

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..........

7

ABOUT THE WEBMCI FUN
CTION

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7

MCI REPORTING EVENTS
:

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...............................

8

EXAMPLE OF : SYSTEM
UPGRADE OVERVIEW (OL
D TEKK RADIO SYTSEM)

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9

EXAMPLE OF: SYSTEM E
XPANSION PLAN OVERVI
EW

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.......

11

EXAMPLE OF


MULTI
-
SITE
LOCATION PROPOSAL O
VERVIEW

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11

ROPOSAL OVERVIEW

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12

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13

TOWER AND ZONE PROGR
AMMING DETAIL

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13

BEAM TOWER CONFIGURA
TION & OPTION

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15

OPTIONAL
-

VOICE REPORTING SYST
EM

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16

SCOPE OF WORK AND DE
LIVERABLES

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17

SYSTEM DEPLOYMENT PL
AN
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18

DOCUMENTATION DELIVE
RABLES

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19

TRANSPORTATION DEPAR
TMENT PROVISIONING A
ND PREPARATION

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...

19

COMMISSIONING AND CU
STOMER ACCEPTANCE

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20

PAYMENT AND TERMS:
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.

20

LIMITED WARRANTY (1
-
YEAR, 2
-
YEAR IF PURCHASED OF
F THE GSA)

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......

20

LIMITS OF LIABILITY

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21


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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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MAINTENANCE OF THE S
OLARBEAM™ PIDS

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22

GSA PROCUREMENT OF C
OMPLETE SYSTEM

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24

OMP PURCHASE OF EQUI
PMENT NOT ON THE GSA

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25

OPTIONAL
-

COST FOR VOICE REPOR
TING SYSTEM (VPS)

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25






T
ABLE OF
F
IGURES


F
I
GURE
1:

ZONED

AREA

OF

COVERAGE

AND

HIGH

LOW

OPTION

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...................

5

F
IGURE
2:

PHOTO

OF

PROPOSED

BEAM

DETECTION

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...........

5

F
IGURE
3:

PHOTO

OF

MASTER

CONTROL

INTERFACE

(MCI)

................................
............................

7

F
IGURE
4:

MCI

VIEW

OF

PROPERTIES,

TOWERS

AND

ZONES

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.........................

13

F
IGURE
5:

TOWER

MODEL

&

PROGRAMMING

DETAIL

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.....

14

F
IGURE
6:

POTENTI
AL

PROBLEM

AREA

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..

14

F
IGURE
7:

SINGLE

HEAD

INFRARED

BEAM

TX/RX

PAIR

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..

15

F
IG
URE
8:

HIGH/LOW

DUAL

IR

HEAD

DETECTION

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15

F
IGURE
9:

OVER

VIEW

OF

VOICE

REPORTING

SYSTEM

(VRS/VSP)

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16

F
IGURE
10:

SOLAR

TOWER

AND

CONCRETE

BASE

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18

F
IGURE
11:

PRICE

FOR

VOICE

REPORTING

SYSTEM

(VRS)
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25

F
IGURE
12:

SUMARY

COST

FOR

ALL

SYSTEMS

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25


Table of Tables


T
ABLE
1:

PRICE

FOR

WEB

MASTER

CONTROL

INTERFACE

(W
EB
MCI)

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......

24

T
ABLE
2:

PRICE

FOR

EQUIPMENT

NOT

ON

THE

GSA

SCHEDULE

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.................

25










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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
-
7429 * www.
solarbeam
.com

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EXAMPLE OF : SOLARBEAM PRODUCTS AND DEALERS

This is a general description of the proposed
Solarbeam™,

Perimeter Intrusion
Detection System (PIDS)
,
for
the
Clients Name, Inc,

also referred to as
the

“Customer”, or “CNI” for the purposes of this proposal
.
This proposal and pricing is
pursuant to manufacturer (Solarbeam™) MSRP suggested installed price.


Solarbeam does not install or service the system

and uses approved (Licensed)
security companies or “Solarbeam Dealers” for recommended installation as
detailed
in this proposal regarding the “scope of work”, required equipment and estimated time
to install each location.


A list of approved Solarbeam Dealers in South Miami is shown below. Following this
proposal,
CLIENT’S NAME, INC
. is welcome to contact

them directly for estimates
based on the enclosed scope of work and MSRP installed price.


The information contained in this proposal is intended only for the personal and
confidential use of the recipients(s) named herein. It is recommended non
-
disclos
ures agreements be executed when sharing this document as to not disclosed
security details about the system, pricing and/or its installation.


APPROVED DEALERS LOCATED IN SOUTH FLORIDA:


ADT OFFICES IN MIAMI


SOLARBEAM DEALERSHIP IS CURRENTLY PENDING


DE
ALER’S NAME, INC.

SERVICES INC.


Contact person: Matthew Forristall

16115 SW 117 Ave. Miami, FL 33177


305
-
251
-
1900


BENHAM PROTECTIVE SERVICES


Contact person: Tim Hanlon

10220 NW 50
th

Street, Sunrise, FL 33351


954
-
578
-
1990


ELITE SECURITY ALARMS


Contact person: Jerrod Clemmons

65 Civic Court, Homestead, FL 33030


305
-
245
-
5266


GLOBAL SECURITY, INC


Contact person: Paul Cizzizo

12491 SW 134
th

Court, Miami, FL 33186


305
-
971
-
6262


INTEGRATED SECURITY SYSTEMS


Contact person: Jeffery Nunberg

1876

NW 7
th

Street, Miami, FL


305
-
342
-
8800





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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
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7429 * www.
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.com

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EXAMPLE OF : IR BEAM DETECTION
OVERVIEW
-

TAKEX IR BEAM

The
proposed
PIDS

system

is based on
the
Solarbeam

International, Inc.
(Solarbeam),

patented SPT
-
2000 solar powered towers
. The Solarbeam towers
house and p
ower, predominately via solar powered option,

i
nfrared (IR)
beam
detection systems that transmit from tower to tower forming a “Zone”. As shown in
Figure 1, zones can extend as far as 200 meters (660 ft), depending on line of sight,
and are positioned in
series to form a protective barrier around a perimeter, or to
detect intrusion into or out of a protected property. The detection beam is invisible to
the normal human vision.


The IR beam height and beam pattern can be adjusted to detect an intruder (show
n
below) and not large animals depending on the level of detection required. An optional
high/low feature can be added, if desired.







Figure
1
:
ZONED AREA OF COVERAGE

AND HIGH LOW OPTION











Figure
2
: PHOTO OF PROPOSED BEAM DETECTION








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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
-
7429 * www.
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.com

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EXAMPLE OF : IR BEAM DETECTION
OVERVIEW
-

OPTEX IR BEAM

The
proposed
PIDS

system

is based on
the
Solarbeam

International, Inc.
(Solarbeam),

patented SPT
-
2000 solar powered towers
. The Solarbeam towers
house and power, predominately via solar powered option,

i
nfrared (IR)
beam
detection systems that transmit from tower to tower forming a “Zone”. As s
hown in
Figure 1, zones can extend as far as 200 meters (660 ft), depending on line of sight,
and are positioned in series to form a protective barrier around a perimeter, or to
detect intrusion into or out of a protected property. The detection beam is in
visible to
the normal human vision.


The IR beam height and beam pattern can be adjusted to detect an intruder (shown
below) and not large animals depending on the level of detection required. An optional
high/low feature can be added, if desired. Each tow
er is pre
-
wired for high/low option
allowing the client to determine the level of detection desired.







Figure
3
: EXAMPLE ZONES AND

BEAM DETECTION







Fig
ure
4
: PHOTO OF PROPOSED BEAM DETECTION



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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
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Figure
5
:
PHOTO OF MASTER CONTROL INTERFACE (MCI)


EXAMPLE A
-

CENTRAL CONTROL AND MONITORING

The entire
Clients Name, Inc
.
system of Solarbeam™ towers and the status of each
zone
and properties

are displayed and controlled on Solarbeam’s WebMCI (Web
Master Control Interface) central control and monitoring system
.


A violation of any zone in the system is reported via

RFIP/Modbuss

radio back to
the

MCI or
Security Supervisor office
s

(located in the ABC Building).
The MCI must be

within 5
-
miles of the

furthest tower (prosperities) for optimum performance.


The Solarbeam system is designed to work in dependably and/or connect to other
sub
-
systems such as burglar alarms (with 24
-
hour
U.L. Listed central monitoring),
access control systems, CCTV cameras, PLC devices and much more.


Authorized personnel can view and monitor the status of this system from any web
browser. Administration levels are configurable to limit the control and in
teraction with
the system to that which is appropriate for any user with authorized access.



ABOUT THE WebMCI FUNCTION

The MCI is comprised of 2 primary components. The first is a server based system
that provides a GUI/ browser interface for local area
network (LAN) and Internet
based access, an SQL database to manage all system information and activity
logging, and a polling engine that drives the radio communication system.


The second part of the WebMCi system is the “Radio Control Interface” (RCI),

which
includes an enclosure that holds the actual “Master” radios that communicate with the
tower radios, known as “Slaves”, and a power supply.




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200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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From the Remote Control Interface (RCI), cabling connects to radios to the external
antenna(s) located on th
e central monitoring building. The WebMCI permits viewing
and interaction with the entire PIDS. The WebMCI displays the status of all systems,
including alarms and historical alarm and fault logs, environmental conditions within
the towers and fault and m
aintenance issues for specific towers.



User may also interact with the PIDS and “bypass” specific zones so that intrusions
are detected, but do not report as an alarm. This is especially useful where a zone
crosses active areas during daytime “low risk
” time periods. Bypass operations can
be manually implemented, scheduled at some future time, or configured to repeat at
periodic intervals.


The WebMCI system is typically provided with a server based PC with keyboard and
22’ Monitor. A second PC is pro
vided for monitoring the locations for web browser
access to the server. It is recommended that the WebMCI server is located at the
same location as the IT servers for the property and would fall under the control and
maintenance responsibility of the IT
Manager. The server is also provisioned to
provide for a mirrored server, which provides for a back
-
up alternative should one
server fail, or be damaged. As with any server, regimented back
-
up practices should
be part of the routine maintenance for all l
ogs and configurations.

MCI REPORTING EVENTS:

SOLARBEAM TOWER


ALARM ZONE


Logs zone, times, dates and user authorized resetting

ALARM TAMER


Tower displays in RED someone is tampering with the tower

ALARM FOG


Tower displays in ORANGE fog is
affecting that zone/area

ALARM FAULT


Tower displays in PURPLE tower requires service within 3
-
5 days


ALARM ZONES


DISPLAYS


GREEN for clear path between towers, YELLOW for bypassed zone and RED for alarm
zone. Zones can be programmed for automatic armi
ng and disarming via authorized administrator.


DIAGNOSTICS


SYSTEM MONITORS


Solar voltage (0
-
18V), battery voltage (10
-
13.5V), tower temperature,
supervisory or radio interference and signal loss.











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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
-
7429 * www.
solarbeam
.com

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EXAMPLE OF : SYSTEM UPGRADE OVERVIEW (OLD TEKK RADIO SYTSEM)


This is a general description of the
Dealer’s name, Inc.

Services, Inc.,

proposed
Solarbeam™ International, Inc.,

Perimeter Intrusion Detection System (PIDS)
,
upgrade
for
the
Clients Name, Inc.,

also referred to as
the

“Customer”, or “CNI” for the
purposes of this proposal
.


The
proposed
PIDS

upgrade

is based on
the
Solarbeam

International, Inc.,

patented
SPT
-
2000 solar powered towers
. The Solarbeam™ towers house and power,
predominately via s
olar powered option,

Infrared (IR)
beam detection systems that
transmit from tower to tower forming a “Zone”. Zones can extend as far as 200
meters (660 ft), depending on line of sight, and are positioned in series to form a
protective barrier around the
perimeter of properties, or to detect intrusion across any
particular protected boundary. A break of any zone in the system

is reported

via radio

back to
Addison Reserve
central alarm

control and monitoring, located at the main
entrance Guard House.


Clien
ts Name, Inc.

has an existing PIDS provided by Dealer’s name, Inc. that has
remained operational in excess of 5 years. Several factors make the need for upgrade
critical, to insure continued reliable future operation of the
Clients Name, Inc
. PIDS:

-

The
system components,

subject to the harsh environmental conditions within
the towers, have reached

the extent of their expected lifespan. Some
upgrades have already occurred as part of recent maintenance calls.

-

System advancements provide enhanced monitorin
g of the system operational
status make it necessary and prudent for the system to be upgraded and
refurbished in conjunction

-

Extending the perimeter security to new areas of concern, defined by the
elected
Clients Name, Inc

Board of Directors
, will requir
ed compatibility of the
older towers with the new architecture and monitoring system.


The existing system includes
00

Solarbeam™ towers and a central monitoring facility
located within the main entrance “Guard House”. Communication from the
Solarbeam™
perimeter intrusion detection towers and the central monitoring point is
provided by TEKK 5 watt radios, which are located in every other tower.


This historical architecture design, limits the ability of each tower in the system to be
self
-
monitoring an
d notify operators of preventive maintenance needs prior to failure.
Currently, only every other tower has a radio. Those towers without radios cannot
report the status of components within that tower back to the central monitoring and
control system. If

a tower fails to operate properly, it can leave the system vulnerable


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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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by rendering one, or more, zones inoperable until maintenance can be performed on
the failing tower.


The system upgrade as proposed includes the following improvements:

1)

Upgrade of
25 Solarbeam Towers:

a.

Replace 25 PV (Photo Voltaic) Controllers


PV Controllers provide the
ability to monitor the system components and protect the batteries from
becoming damaged from excessive power drain. Draining batteries
below 10V critically damages

the batteries. (Note, some towers have
been upgraded and the quantities have been noted in the pricing
spreadsheets.)

b.

Upgrade 25 radios to Freewave radio system


Old radios are near the
end of life expectancy and the new monitoring system is based on an
advanced Modbus radio system.

c.

Replace 100 “Gel
-
Cell” batteries


Old batteries are near the end of life
expectancy and will become less reliable over time. (Note, some towers
have been upgraded and the quantities have been noted in the pricing
spreadsheets
.)

d.

Modification of tower wiring harnesses enabling system monitoring

2)

Upgrade of the existing central monitoring and control system form the existing
system to a Master Control Interface (MCI). The new MCI is required to
support new radio system and provid
es enhanced system status monitoring,
improved system control and the ability for off
-
site Internet based support from
Dealer’s name, Inc. and Solarbeam ™.

a.

MCI PC provides display and human interface for control and monitoring
of the network, including al
l alarm reporting. The MCI PC includes all
Software, PC, and 42” flat panel display system preformatted with aerial
display of Addison Reserve site, with specific tower and zone locations.

b.

MCI PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), provides radio
communication link and semi
-
automated system control of all alarm and
monitoring functions.

3)

Training of security personnel on new systems for seamless security
operations.



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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
-
7429 * www.
solarbeam
.com

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EXAMPLE OF: SYSTEM EXPANSION PLAN OVERVIEW


The
proposed
PIDS

expansion

is based on

the
Solarbeam

International, Inc.,

patented SPT
-
2000 solar powered towers
. The expansion is proposed in 3 separate
segments below.
Dealer’s name, Inc.

has provided a best estimate based upon the
preliminary “drive
-
by” survey performed on December 17, 2009. Any changes to
actual quantities required to provide the specified protection perimeter improvements
shall be adjusted in the final billing.

1)

Expansi
on of the
South Boundary

of main
campus

perimeter system, which
includes an estimated
10

additional towers to provide coverage of the
approximated distances. Since the survey was performed with a casual drive
around the campus,
Dealers name

cannot be cert
ain of the exact number of
towers, but has estimated
10

based on the aerial photos and the associated
scale provided during initial discussions. The minimum number of towers
required to secure the new perimeter sections will be used to provide the
require
d protection. Any cost will be adjusted based upon the actual number of
towers deployed.

2)

Addition of and estimated
4

towers to provide a parallel perimeter along the
north

side of the entry road, up to the visual range of the guardhouse. The
minimum numbe
r of towers required to secure the new perimeter sections will
be used to provide the required protection. Any cost will be adjusted based
upon the actual number of towers deployed.

3)

Addition of and estimated
3

towers to provide a parallel perimeter along
the
south side of the entry road, up to the visual range of the guardhouse. The
minimum number of towers required to secure the new perimeter sections will
be used to provide the required protection. Any cost will be adjusted based
upon the actual number
of towers deployed.


EXAMPLE OF


MULTI
-
SITE LOCATION PROPOSAL OVERVIEW

This proposal represents a general description and instructions for the installation of
the Solarbeam system or PIDS. This proposal consists of eight (8) Phases with total
(32) towers

protecting each facility as shown below.


The Solarbeam system offers many different adaptations and modifications to the
tower housing depending on the type of application requested. The Solarbeam
system to fully independent of electrical utilities, hard
wiring, cables, trenching and
many other traditional methods used on the “old
-
fashioned” hardwire system.



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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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-
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-
7429 * www.
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.com

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PROPOSAL OVERVIEW

This proposal represents a general description and instructions for the installation for
the GSA approved Solarbeam


system or Perimet
er Intrusion Detection System
(PIDS). This proposal consists of fourteen (14) towers protecting the facilities as
shown below.


The Solarbeam


system offers many different adaptations and modifications to the
tower housing depending on the type of applicat
ion requested. The Solarbeam


system to fully independent of electrical utilities, hardwiring, cables, trenching and
many other traditional methods used on the “old
-
fashioned” hardwire a system.


T
-
55


PHASE 3


PAINT SHOP


ALARM


ZONE 3


NORTH FENCE AREA


TIME: 01:20:46

GREEN


BEAM IS CLEAR

BYPASSED ZONE


PHASE 1


STORAGE LOT


PHASE 4


BMW CPO BUILD


PHASE 5


INFINITI LOT

.


PHASE 2


BODY SHOP

.


PHASE 7


SALES LOT


PHASE 6

LEASE RETURN LOT

.


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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


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-
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-
7429 * www.
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.com

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Figure
6
: MCI VIEW OF PROPERTIES, TOWERS AND ZONES


PROPERTY LOCATION:

1234 North Beach Blvd., North FL 33945


TOWER AND ZONE PROGRAMMING DETAIL

A site plan of the facility with the approximate tower locations, detection zones, tower
type and radio programming is shown below. In the event the client desires
modifications or changes to the property, the system can be re
-
deployed, by simply
relocatin
g or moving the towers to accommodate changes.



ZONE 2


FENCE S. BEAM


ZONE 3


FENCE SW CORNER
BEAM


ZONE 4


SOUTH BEAM


ZONE 6


SE GATE BEAM


ZONE 7


SE BEAM

N


ZONE 1


CENTER WEST
BEAM


ZONE 8


NE BEAM


ZONE 9


N BEAM E


LOCATION OF MASTER


CONTROL INTERFACE (MCI)


ZONE 10


N CENTER BEAM


EXAMPLE OF

BYPASSED ZONE


EXAMPLE OF


ALARM


ZONE 6


NORTH FENCE AREA


TIME: 01:20:46


ZONE 11


W CENTER ENTRY


EXAPMLE OF


CLEAR ZONE


ZONE 12


NW BEAM


ZONE 13


NW GATE


ENTRY


ZONE 5


SE BEAM


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Solarbeam International,
Inc.
200 N.E 200 Dr., Homestead, FL, 33030


Voice: 305.245
-
5854 * Fax: 305.254
-
7429 * www.
solarbeam
.com

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Figure
7
: TOWER MODEL & PROGRAMMING DETAIL

POTENTIAL PROBLEM AREAS

One specific location of concern is along the north end of the property where the
power utility fenced in area is located, this

property and overgrown shrubs most be
maintained to provide for a clear path between towers. In addition, the garbage
container and pallets will need to be moved.






Figure
8
: POTENTIAL PROBLEM AREA


N


RDT
-
T1W


GWMT
-
NSTA
-
103/A



RDT

T2S


GSPT
-
101/RF40


LOCATION OF MASTER


CONTROL INTERFACE (MCI)


AND PC SURVER


RDT

T3SE


GSPT
-
101/RF40


RDT
-
T4E


GWMT
-
NSTA
-
103/F



RDT
-
T5N


GSPT
-
101A40



RDT
-
T6


GSWSTA40
-
104B


FGR2
-
10


RDT
-
T7N


GSWSTA40
-
104B


FGR2
-
IO


RDT
-
T8N


GSPT
-
101A40/R


RDT
-
T9W


GSPT
-
101A40


RDT
-
T12S


GSPT
-
101A40



RDT
-
T13E


GSPT
-
101A40


RDT
-
T14


GWMT
-
NSTA
-
103/A



RDT
-
T11W


GSPT
-
101A40


EXAMPLE OF


GSWSTA40
-
104B


RDT
-
T10NW


GSPT
-
101A40



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BEAM TOWER CONFIGURATION & OPTION

The PIDS will monitor all the facility

and is

configured with a single infrared detection
beam.
The transmitter and r
eceiver
pairs

that produce the beams

are located in
adjacent towers
, typically in
a High (4
-
5 ft aprox), or Lo
w (1
-
2 ft aprox.) configuration
.
Since the towers are opaque
,

intruders cannot determine t
he actual location of the
beam within the tower

from visual insp
ect
ion.


As an option, the towers can be configured with both high and low oriented beams to
provide additional security if desired in higher risk areas, or where the actual terrain
may require dual beams to insure the highest probability of intruder det
ection.







Figure
9
:
SINGLE HEAD INFRARED BEAM TX/RX PAIR









Figure
10
:

HIGH/LOW DUAL
IR HEAD DETECTION









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O
PTIONAL
-

VOICE REPORTING SYSTEM

The MCI allows for direct connection to a Voice Reporting System (VRS
-
800/40)
manufactured by Salco Industries, Inc. located in Sarasota, FL. The MCI can be
programmed to activate the VRS and send up to 40
-
preprogrammed voice messages
of the properties nam
e and zone being activated.




Figure
11
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FEATURES OF THE VRS INCLUDE:


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Selectively page moving personnel on standard VHF (140
-
175MHz) or
licensed UHF (450
-
47
0 MHz) two
-
way FM radio employing continuous
tone Coded Squelch (CTCSS), or Dual Tone Paging (DTS), or Digital
Private Line (DPL), or pagers.






Input buffer stacks activate messages so that all messages are
annunciated on the order it was received.




40
-

Independent recording channels with 16.8 seconds of user speech
recording capacity per channel for a total speech of 672 seconds.




Simply to program. Simply speak into the microphone with your voice
message.




Versatile voice message reporting controls allo
w for repeating
messages as well as specifying time interval between repeated
messages.



SC
OPE OF WORK

AND DELIVERABLES

This prop
osal includes the manufacturing,

delivery

and installation of all systems and
parts defined in the Bill Of Materials (BOM) as
shown in Table 1 the “
Itemized Price
for
Broward County Florida Transportation Department

PIDS
”, etc
.

A summary of the
total proposed system is summarized in Table 3 (last two pages).


The individual towers will be installed in the
optimum

locations

to pr
ovide the
expanded perimeter detection as defined with the minimum number of towers
required. An electronic and paper copy of the “As
-
Built” site plan will be provided and
also configured as the background display for the monitoring system to provide
intu
itive location of any intrusion alarm, or system fault condition.
A

final

itemized
BOM
for
the PIDS will be provided as part of the “As
-
Built” documentation and
invoicing
. More detailed BOMs

for individual system components

are provided as part
of user manuals.


The system operational testing will be verified back to the alarm

control point located
on the

Broward County Florida Transportation Department properties facility
.

In
addition, testing and verification of each zone
to the 24
-
hours U.L. Listed
central

station will also be confirmed.



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SYSTEM DEPLOYMENT PLAN

The most common installation method is to mount independently solar powered
towers on top of buried 250 lb pre
-
cast concrete bases as shown in Figure 10.





Fig
ure
12
:
SOLAR TOWER AND CONCRETE BASE


DEPLOYMENT STRATEGY

As the system is deployed, original survey assumptions may require changes and a
more appropriate tower configuration may be utilized at any particular location. The
deployment plan has been designed to minimize interference with any normal activity
patte
rns such as tractors, mowers and service equipment.


The deployment plan also focuses on minimizing the need for landscaping
maintenance in order to prevent plant growth from interfering with the IR beams. It is
recommended as part of Broward County Flo
rida Transportation Department lawn
maintenance plan that periodic inspection and clearing of specific beam paths where
landscaping presents a continuing growth issue be maintained.


Any maintenance regarding landscaping would be provided by Broward Count
y
Florida Transportation Department to reduce the risk of nuisance alarms from the
PIDS operation.


The deployment of the system will require holes to be dug at various locations as
noted on Phase I and Phase II. These holes are typically 22 inches in dia
meter x 18
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FINAL LOCATION AND INSTALLATION TIME

As part of the deployment process, towers will be mounted on the cement bases.
Input will be necessary from your maintenance supervisor or staff as to optimal pad
placement. The final location
s will be defined and/or approved by the senior
Maintenance Supervisor.


From the time a system is ordered it is up to 30 days until it is manufactured, tested
and operating. The actual active onsite deployment work for a system of this size is
estimated

to require 2 weeks.


The deployment plan does require tower location in several areas where it is difficult
to insure nuisance alarms will not occur. These areas may require the relocation of
towers if nuisance alarms do become evident.

DOCUMENTATION DEL
IVERABLES

Solarbeam International, Inc.
shall provide a paper copy, and an electronic copy when
available, of the following manuals and drawings:


1)

Solarbeam™ Plus Manual (Tower Configuration and Installation)





2)

A complete set of “As Built” component
configurations for each Solarbeam™
SPT
-
2000 Towers with Serial Numbers and the original installed location of
each.

3)

Takex

(IR BEAM)

PB
-
IN200HF User/ Installation Manual

4)

Final Site Drawings with actual tower locations


TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT PROVISIONING

AND PREPARATION

Broward County Florida Transportation Department
require
d to perform

the following
preparation at each site prior to the deployment activities:


1)

Landscape trimming of all designated areas for beam locations.

2)

Provide a central location in B
roward County Florida Transportation
Department for the location of the Master Control Panel (MCI) and the high
gain antenna. Cabling and the specific location of the antenna are still to be
determined and the final determination will be completed during
the installation
phase. The outdoor antenna will require mounting to a pole and attaching a
high
-
gain antenna on the building top where the MCI will be located.


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3)

It is assumed that since the Solarbeam


PIDS is self
-
sustaining, flexible and
temporary, versu
s a permanent fixture, that no permits are required.

However,
the burglar alarm system will require permitting and is included in this scope of
work.

Permitting requirements will be reviewed once the final configurations
are defined during the initial ins
tallation efforts. Permitting would be the
responsibility of
the alarm company
.

4)

Site grounds and near by overhead trees are to be sufficiently cleared of
foliage to permit unimpeded paths for IR beam between adjacent towers and
for a minimum of 6 to 8 hou
rs daily of d
irect sunshine for solar panels, or
access to 120 VAC, 5 Amp power for those towers not capable of sourcing
adequate sunlight from a remote solar panel installation within 20 feet.

COMMISSIONING AND CUSTOMER ACCEPTANCE

Solarbeam International,

Inc. wi
ll provide
advisory support and actively participate to
assist that certified technicians
demonstrat
e

proper functionality
of
the entire
PIDS
system

as defined in the System Overview
.
The PIDS commissioning shall verify:

1)

T
hat each d
etection zone b
etween towers

is operational and
provides the
defined alarm signals to the MCI and provides proper web browser access (if
desired) to the Broward County Florida Transportation Department facilities.


2)

PIDS Stand
-
by and Active modes are operating properly

3)

All towers, solar panels and general installation meet operational guidelines
provided in Solarbeam™ Installation Manuals.

PAYMENT AND TERMS
:

Dealer’s name, Inc.

has not included any applicable sale tax within the quote. All
taxes required to be collected

and remitted to taxing authorities will be assessed and
added to the invoiced value of the items purchased.

Payment terms for all purchase are 50% upon order, 30% upon equipment delivery
and installation and the final 20% is due upon commissioning accepta
nce. All
payments are due within 15 days of invoicing.

LIMITED WARRANTY (1
-
year, 2
-
year if purchased off the GSA)

Solarbeam warrants

that all materials and workmanship
are

fre
e from defects for a
period of
2 years

from the date of installation

when instal
led by certified Solarbeam™
technicians
. Each specific equipment manufacturer warrants their products used in

conjunction with this system. Solarbeam
will provide all required support to implement
said warrant
ies
, with approval of the manufacture
r
, at no
cost to
Broward County
Florida Transportation Department for a period of
2 years

or longer if any specific
manufacturer approves such support in conjunction with a material defect of their
product.


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CO
NDITION NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY

A.

Damages resulting from a
ccidents, acts of God, terrorist activities or misuse,
and abuse of system due to tampering, or improper maintenance of the system
by customer.

B.

Failure of the customer to properly set, arm, and monitor the device or properly
follow operating instructions p
rovided by
Solarbeam International
,
Inc.
at time
of installation.

C.

Trouble in telephone line service or interruption of commercial power (if
applicable).

D.

Any modifications, changes, or alterations to the customer’s premises in which
the system or equipment
is installed.

E.

Failure to provide a clear line of site for the beams e.g.
tree branches,
overgrown weeds,
garbage cans, shrubs and any other obstacles that ca
n
prevent the perimeter beams from

function
ing

properly

F.

Calcium
, or other

residue on the face shiel
d caused by sprinklers, dust, or
other debris, causing attenuation of the IR beam, or other signal providing the
perimeter sensing system.





LIMITS OF LIABILITY

The warranties printed
herein

are in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
and the remedies are in lieu of all other remedies. It is understood that the
Solarbeam

is not an insurer. Insurance, if any, shall be obtained by the customer, the amounts
payable to
Solarbeam

are based upon the value of the services and equipment, and
the scope of liability, as herein set forth, and are unrelated to the value of the
customer’s property or the property of others located in customer’s premises.

Discla
i
mer:

Solarbeam International
, Inc. make

no guarantee or warranty, including any implied
warranty of merchantability or fitness, that the system or service supplied, will avert or
prevent occurrences or the consequences there from, which the system or services
are designed to detect o
r avert.


Indemnification:

In the event that any person not a party to this agreement, including customer’s
insurance company, shall make any claim or file any suit against

Solarbeam
for any

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reason whatsoever, including, but not limited to, the installatio
n, maintenance,
operation, or non
-
operation of the alarm syst
em, customer agrees to indemnify
,
defend and hold
Solarbeam
harmless from any and all claims, and lawsuits including
the payment of all damages, expenses, cost and attorney’s fees whether these c
laims
are based on alleged intentional conduct, active or passive negligence, or strike or
product liability, on the part of
Solarbeam , their

agents, servants or employees.


The customer does desire this contract to provide for

the extent of

liability of
Solarbeam
, and agrees that
Solarbeam and any and all system component
manufacturers, which includes, but is not limited to Solarbeam Security, Inc.

shall be
exempt from liability for loss or damage due directly or indirectly to occurrences, or
consequences

which the equipment or service is d
esigned to detect or avert. If a

Solarbeam and/or any system component manufacturer

should be found liable for
loss or damage due to a failure of equipment or service in any respect, its liability shall
be limited to ($
2
,
50
0
.00), as the exclusive remedy, and that the provisions of this
paragraph shall apply if loss or damage, irrespective of cause or origin, results directly
or indirectly to person(s) or property from performance or nonperformance of
obligations imposed
by this contract or from negligence, active or otherwise, of
Solarbeam , their

agents or employees.




MAINTENANCE OF THE
SOLARBEAM™

PIDS

In general, the Solarbeam™ towers systems require minimal maintenance. However,
general service to the system is nece
ssary to maintain the system’s long
-
lasting and
reliable level of security and function. All parts and labor required and/or requested to
service the existing system will be covered in accordance to t
he terms of this
agreement.

CUSTOMER RECQUIRED MAINT
AINANCE:

Below
appears

the recommended service and preventive maintenance to the system

to be perform by the customer
:

A.

General periodic cleaning and maintenance of the face shields and solar array
panel (monthly)

B.

Inspection of the solar array panel to insu
re full sunlight. Customer should
periodically (semi annually), inspect area for tree growth that may be
preventing the solar array from receiving the recommended 6 to 8 hours per
day of sunlight.

C.

Clear passage of the photoelectric beam paths must be insu
red by the
trimming and maintenance of any foliage (trees, shrubs, etc.) as well as any
other natural or man made obstructions such as garbage cans, weeds and
other obstacles that may disrupt the beam path and cause false signals to the

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control receiver.
Because of the long distances of the beam (up to 660 feet) it
is easy to overlook many of these obstacles. Beam paths should be inspected
every 2 weeks during growing season and monthly during dry, or winter
season.

D.

Periodic zone testing to verify beams and the PIDS are working properly is
recommended semi
-
annually, or more frequently, to insure that any zone
intrusions are detected and reported appropriately to system monitoring points.

E.

An annual preventive maintena
nce inspection of the batteries, beam alignment
and radios is required (Solarbe
am™ will provide under warranty

for first
2
year
s
)

F.

Customer will make premise
s

available during normal working hours, 8:30am
to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
when Solarbeam
support is required.

G.

Solarbeam™ and/ or Solarbeam™ certified technicians

are the only authorized
maintenance providers of the Solarbeam ™ PIDS.

H.

All maintenance required outside of Warranty services shall be billed in
accordance with contra
cted service agreements.





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GSA PROCUREMENT OF COMPLETE SYSTEM


1. RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - TCP/ IP- FW 902-928MHz Spread Spectrum
QNTY
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
GSA
INSTALLED
MASTER CONTROL RECEIVER - PC SOFTWARE & COMPUTER
1
SOLARBEAM 254-ZONE PC COMPUTER
G-SASP-FGR2-C-U-BB
$16,920.00
$16,920.00
(Windows XP Compatible 256MB of RAM 160GB Hard
drive, CDR W, 56K modem 24" flat screen monitor,
Solarbeam software program w/bypass buttons,
voice annunication, 254 zone relay output, antenna,
TCP/IP radio receiver & pwr supply). See page 13
TOWER RADIO UNITS AND ADD-ONS
12
FREEWAVE 902-928MHZ RADIO ASMBLY
G-FGR2-I0S-C-U-R
$1,779.00
$21,348.00
(900MHZ Rado, Antenna, IO Card,
terminal Conn. & adapter Module)
1
EXTERNAL LONG RANGE ANTENNA
G-EAN0906YC-OS
$330.00
$330.00
(900MHz, Base Unit Antenna)
2. TYPE OF PHOTOELECTRIC BEAMS
14
TAKEX INTELLIGENT QUAD BEAM
G-PB-IN200HF
$838.00
$11,732.00
(16 beam path, 4 Channel Freq.)
660 ft. Outdoor A.G.C. Circuit, Environmental Output
3. TOWER ASSEMBLY ENCLOSURE (Complete prewire, fuses, regulator, batteries)
9
SOLARBEAM TOWER ASSEMBLY
G-SPT-101A40
$4,540.00
$40,860.00
(Includes PV Controller, batteries, wiring
mounting hardware)
3
WALL MOUNTED NON-SOLAR TOWER ASMBLY
G-WMT-NSTA-103
$2,280.00
$6,840.00
(Includes PV Controller, batteries, wiring
mounting hardware)
2
SEA WALL SOLAR TOWER ASSEMBLY
G-SWSTA40-104BFGR2
$3,441.50
$6,883.00
(Includes Modbuss RFIP Radio, PV Controller, batteries,
-IO
wiring mounting hardware)
4. OPTIONAL ITEMS - SOLAR COMPONENTS & CONCRTETE MOLDS
5
SOLAR WALL MOUNTED BRACKET
G-WMSAB-301
$298.00
$1,490.00
(Aluminum 22" angled
bracket w/mounting plate)
2
CONCRETE BASE MOLD
G-WMSAB-301
$1,500.00
$3,000.00
(Aluminum 22" angled bracket w/mounting plate)
PRICE FOR INSTALLED SYSTEM
$109,403.00


Table
1
: P
RICE FOR WEB MASTER CONTROL INTERFACE (WebMCI)


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OMP PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT NOT ON THE GSA


5. ACCESSORIES (NOT LISTED ON THE GSA - MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY)
REMOTE PC MONITORING STATION
1
MONITORING STATION PC COMPUTER (GAURDHOUSE)
SASP-FGR2-C-U-BB
$2,990.00
(Web Base Windows XP or 7,2GB RAM,
16, GB HD, CDRW
$2,990.00
1
FLAT SCREEN HD LCD MONITORING SCREEN
SASP-FGR2-C-U-BB
$2,590.00
(42" 1080P LCD Flat Screen w/ HD wall mounting bracket)
$2,590.00
CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS
7
Concrete Base 250 lbs
C250
$450.00
$3,150.00
1
MISC. ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
MICS. Cabling
$1,000.00
(Misc. cabling, piping, connectors, wire etc.)
$1,000.00
SOLAR COMPONENTS
5
SOLAR REMOTE MOUNT ALUMINUM POLE BRACKET
SRMB-301
$358.00
(Aluminum 18'X2'' Pole
$1,790.00
2
40-WATT SOLAR PANEL ASSEMBLY
SP40-A
$1,324.00
(Solar cap, swivel bracket & bolt, 36-watt solar
panel assembly)
$2,648.00
PRICE FOR INSTALLED SYSTEM
$14,168.00


Table
2
: PRICE FOR EQUIPMENT NOT ON THE GSA SCHEDULE

OPTIONAL
-

C
OST FOR
VOICE REPORTING SYSTEM (VPS)


1. OPTIONAL - VOICE REPORTING SYSTEM (VRS)
QNTY
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
DEALER
TOTAL
40-ZONE WIRELESS VOICE REPORTER CONTROL SYSTEM
1
Voice Reporting System
VSP-800/16
$11,950.00
Includes UPS power Supply, whip antenna and cabinet
$11,950.00
3
Portable Pager with Voice Memory
PR-4MV
$600.00
(Web Base Windows XP or 7,2GB RAM,
16, GB HD, CDRW, 22" monitor w/ WebMCI software program
$1,800.00
1
MISC. ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS
MISC.
$400.00
$400.00
1
LABOR FEES FOR TWO (2) MAN CREW
165/HR / $1,320/DAY
$1,320.00
$1,320.00
PRICE FOR MASTER CONTROL INTERFACE (MCI)
$15,470.00


Figure
13
:
PRICE FOR VOICE REPORTING SYSTEM (VRS)


ITEM
SUMMARY COST FOR SYSTEM AND OPTIONS
PRICE
GSA
GSA PURCHASE OF SOLARBEAM SYSTEM
$109,403.00
OMP
OPEN MARKET PURCHASE FOR EQUIPMENT NOT LISTED ON THE GSA
$14,168.00
PRICE FOR COMPLETE INSTALLED SYSTEM
$123,571.00
OPTION
OPTIONAL ADD-ON VOICE REPORTING SYSTEM (VRP)
$15,470.00
PRICE FOR COMPLETE INSTALLED SYSTEM W/OPTIONS
$139,041.00


Figure
14
: SUMMARY COST FOR ALL SYSTEMS