Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS). Provide non-redundant UPS in
accordance with par. 2.5.8. Use the anticipated load to determine the size of
Emergency Electrical Power. Provide an emergency generator with
automatic starting and switching capability as described in par. 2.5.7.
Provide emergency power to the following:
Loads as required by NFPA-101.
Electronic equipment in the IFR and terminal equipment rooms.
Exterior security lighting and security systems.
400-Hz Power. Provide 400-Hz power in accordance with par. 2.5.9
when required by the BESEP.
Lighting. Design lighting in accordance with par. 2.5.6.
dimmer adjustable red lights in the IFR room.
which typically meet the minimum security measures for external security. If
the facility is located within a restricted area of a lower level of security
or is located remote and outside of an established restricted area, provide
additional measures to meet the minimum security requirements for the level of
security assigned to the facility. Security at the main building entrance
usually requires a single entry point with visitor control. Remote locks,
video cameras, card readers, and/or key pads may be required by COMNISCOM as
components of the IDS. The level of security and the designer's
responsibility for particular security elements will be designated in the
IDSEP. Refer to par. 2.6. Provide the following:
a) Electronic cipher door locks at interior entrance doors to IFR
and terminal equipment rooms.
b) Exterior doors in emergency generator/electrical and terminal
equipment rooms with no access hardware on the outside.
Additional Design Criteria.
Refer to Section 2 for facility design
requirements not addressed above.
Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility (FACSFAC)
Function. The FACSFAC building houses the Navy Tactical Data
System/Advanced Combat Direction System (NTDS/ACDS) equipment and personnel to
provide a variety of services to air, surface, and subsurface units. These
services are provided to both military and civilian users and include radar