Completed form must be submitted to Primex prior to installation. Failure to meet these requirements or not providing complete and accurate information may affect system coverage and result in installation delays and additional costs.
The following information specifies the pre-installation requirements for a Primex 72MHz Wireless Clock System. Prior to system installation, Primex is to receive acknowledgment that all requirements have been met. Failure to meet these requirements or not providing complete and accurate information may affect system coverage - resulting in installation delays and additional charge.
Submit form and all correspondence to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Site preparation is the responsibility of the Client prior to installation of the system. If these requirements are unable to be fulfilled or installation needs differ at the time of installation, additional installation materials and procedures may occur. Additional expenses incurred are the responsibility of the Client.
Prior to the on-site arrival of a Primex technician, all system equipment and components must be delivered to the room where the Transmitter installation is going to occur.
Site specific requirements for Transmitter shelf mounting or mounting enforcement are the responsibility of the Client.
Transmitter with External Antenna site requirements.
Building roof access is required. If local permits are required to access roof, these must be obtained by Client and approved by Primex prior to installation.
For non-penetrating masts, Client is responsible to supply cinder blocks. Client must verify any non-penetrating mast local codes or levels are met (hurricane level 3 requires six cinder blocks, hurricane level 4 requires eight cinder blocks, hurricane level 5 requires nine cinder blocks).
Client is to provide access to ladder that meets requirements of site installation.
To be compliant with OET65, Client is responsible to place and maintain an antenna sign either on an exterior door or roof hatch leading to the antenna.
Adding additional cabling may impact the performance of the signal. Primex is not responsible to provide additional product to fill coverage gaps.
The following photos are required to be provided to Primex.
Outdoor roof area that identifies external antenna planned install/mounting location.
Other existing antennas on roof.
Outdoor antenna grounding location.
Outdoor existing penetrations that can be used for system cables.
Indoor location of the Transmitter grounding location.
Building penetration for cable routing may be required.
Client is responsible to verify local codes for conduit requirements and provide details to Primex prior to install date.
If conduit is required, Client must provide and have installed prior to Primex system installation. A minimum of 1.5 inch (4 cm) conduit size for GPS cabling only. A minimum of 1.75 inch (4.5 cm) conduit size for antenna cabling only.
If cables are run together, a minimum of 2 inch i.d. of conduit (5 cm) is required. A review of conduit installation is REQUIRED to be completed, prior to site visit, with Primex if running both cables together.
If plenum rated cables are required, Client is to notify Primex. Plenum cable is an additional charge if not previously purchased.
Ethernet network port must be located within 5 ft. (1.5 m) from the Transmitter.
By default, Transmitter is factory configured to obtain a time from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). If a time source other than NIST is required, Client is to provide the IP address for the designated NTP Server.
NTP Server Address (if applicable).
Network Port 123 is required to be open to allow connection to an external NTP Server.
Unique to 72MHz OneVue Sync Transmitters, they can be monitored and managed remotely from the OneVue cloud-based software. During installation, a Transmitter is required to be configured for use with OneVue or as a standalone device.
The primary difference between the two configurations is that Primex remote support services are provided with the OneVue Monitor configuration. This is due to the Transmitter reports its status and events to OneVue over the facility's network and its settings can be viewed and managed from OneVue. This allows Primex to investigate and provide remote support for service incidents.
For illustration purposes only. Drawings not to scale. Refer to installation guide for complete instructions.