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    BACS Alarm Point(s):

    Is a monitored device or switch that is typically connected to an intrusion system. Examples but not limited to: motion detectors, position switches, glass break detectors, beam detectors.

    BACS Exterior Electronic Door:

    Any exterior opening of a building that has a Door Management Unit (DMU) controlling exterior doors electrified locks. A DMU provides alarms to UTPD.

    BACS Exterior Card Reader:

    Building Access Control System (BACS) requires an authorized university photo ID proximity card (issued by the ID Center) to access secured areas.

    BACS Interior Electronic Door:

    Any interior opening of a building that has a Door Management Unit (DMU) controlling exterior doors electrified locks. A DMU provides alarms to UTPD.

    BACS Interior Card Reader:

    Building Access Control System (BACS) requires an authorized university photo ID proximity card (issued by the ID Center) to access secured areas.

    BACS Panic/Duress button(s):

    Panic/Duress buttons send a silent alarm to UTPD and are available for areas where threats to personal safety may be possible.  Panic/Duress buttons can requested at a cost and upon UTPD approval.

    Self Managed Card Reader:

    A self-managed lock is an access control device that is managed by the unit and is connected to the network for storage server connectivity. Alarms generated by the device (self-managed lock) do not report alarms to UTPD and is only supported by ITS BACS during normal working hours. 

    Available to:Faculty and Staff
    Features
    • Building Access Control System (BACS) requires an authorized university photo ID proximity card (issued by the ID Center) to access secured areas
    • Panic/Duress buttons send a silent alarm to UTPD and are available for areas where threats to personal safety may be possible
    • Video security using closed circuit TV or DVR recording is available for security-sensitive areas 
    • Property protection is available for computers, printers, and monitors using a fiber optic loop (FOL) or cat5 wire to create a secure link.
    • Intrusion protection devices—such as motion sensors and door contacts—provide after-hours protection
    Cost
    • BACS Alarm Point - $11/month per device
    • BACS Interior Electronic Door -  $36/month per device
    • BACS Interior Card Reader  - $43/month per device
    • BACS Panic Button  - $9/month per device
    • Self-Managed Card Reader -  $8/month per device

    Average Installation Cost:  The following table provides an estimate of average cost for security devices. Question may be directed to ITS SecControl.  

     

    Type of DeviceCostInstall TimeInstall Dependencies
    Panic/Duress Button$750.00-$950.003 weeks after approvalExisting infrastructure, ISP (cable), and EHS
    Alarm Point (Instrusion Device)$800.00-$1000.003 weeks after approvalExisting infrastructure, ISP (cable), and EHS
    Interior/Exterior Card Reader$4500-50003-7 weeks after approvalExisting infrastructure, ISP (cable), and PMCS (hardware)
    Interior/Exterior Electronic Door$4000-$45003-7 weeks after approvalExisting infrastructure, ISP (cable), and PMCS (hardware)

     

     

    Service Level Objectives

    Routine requests are typically addressed within one business day.  
    UT Service Desk staff may escalate requests as needed.
     
    Campus Security Systems Support
    Technical support is available during normal business hours:
    M-F 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Request may be sent to the following email addresses: 

    ServiceEmail Address
    Bacsweb/Picture Perfect Request ITS BACS Help
    Video RequestVideo_security_requests@utlists.utexas.edu
    Door SchedulesBacs_schedules@utlists.utexas.edu

     

    In the event of no response within one business day, please send Direct Email  to ITS SecControl.

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