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Florida Department of Transportation, District 1

Manatee County Automated Traffic Management System Phase 2

Manatee County, Florida

FPID No. 42663515201

Federal Aid No. ARRA 149 B
Contract No. E1H53

February 13, 2010

Prepared by:

8507 Benjamin Rd.

Suite G
Tampa, FL 33634

System Test Plan Table of Contents

Number Section Description

1.0 Configuration and Data Management

2.0 Policies
3.0 Configuration Identification
4.0 Change Control
5.0 Configuration Status Accounting
6.0 Configuration Database

Appendix B - Configuration and Bench Testing Forms

1. Device Cabinet
4. Ethernet Switch
5. Video Encoder
6. Wireless Radio
7. Uninterruptible Power Supply

The Comprehensive Test Plan establishes methods necessary to verify that system
end-items satisfy their requirements. The processes that lead up to this event and the
data management and verification process are an integral part of this overall product
and therefore are described herein. The test plan addresses verification requirements
and criteria for solution alternatives; definition of verifications to demonstrate proof of
concept; and development, qualification, acceptance and pertinent operational, and
other testing.

Procedures for accepting all project field devices installed by the contractor are
accomplished through the standard FDOT Construction Engineering Inspection effort.

1 Configuration and Data Management

1.1 Purpose and Scope

This section provides an overview of the plan and procedures for managing the
configuration of major ITS items under this project, reporting of configuration
status, and audits. Bench testing of items may also be accomplished as part of
these procedures. The scope of this document extends to the Configuration Items
(CI) listed below.

1.2 Product and Configuration Items

Device Cabinets
CCTV Cameras
Ethernet Switches
Video Encoders
Wireless Radios
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)

1.3 CM Tools
CM tools are those items utilized in performing the configuration management.
These include, but are not limited to, databases, spreadsheets, manufacturer’s cut
sheets, manufacturer’s specifications, FAT documentation, and test &
measurement tools and utilities.

2 Policies

2.1 CM Activities
CM activities may be performed by Manufacturer, System Manager, and
Contractor personnel depending on the level of configuration and which
component will be configured. Policies specific to each component will be covered
in a separate section or document detailing that device or component.

2.2 Organization, Responsibilities and Authorities of Interested Parties
Parties involved in configuration include but are not limited to: Engineer, System
Manager, Manufacturer, Supplier, Contractor and Sub-contractor. Specific
authorities and responsibilities are detailed under Section 4: Change Control, but
in general the System Manager will supervise configuration management
completed by the Manufacturer, System Manager, and Contractor, with final
approval by the Engineer.

2.3 Qualifications and Training

Personnel involved in configuration of devices and components shall be trained
and qualified in accordance with the applicable specification for that device or

3 Configuration Identification

3.1 Numbering Conventions

Configuration documents shall be numbered in accordance with the following
numbering scheme.
[documentname] [version] [extension]

Where the document name is specific to the device to be configured, the version is
a whole number 1-infinity indicating how many versions have existed to date and a
decimal number represents a minor change such as grammar, typos or similar.
An unapproved version will carry the designation of draft until such time as the
engineer shall approve it.

• First Draft – [documentname] draft
• Subsequent drafts (unapproved submissions) - [documentname] draft
• First approved version [documentname] 1.0
• Second version (unapproved) - [documentname] draft 2.0
• Second approved version with a minor typo corrected - [documentname]

3.2 Established Configuration Baselines

In most cases the manufacturer should provide documentation of a baseline (or
factory default) configuration. When provided this configuration will be stored as
the “Factory Baseline”. When a baseline is not supplied by the factory, then the
configuration specified for this project shall be the baseline and noted as “Project

3.3 Use and Allocation of Serial Numbers or Other Traceable Identification

Where devices have manufacturer serial numbers, that serial number shall be
included in the configuration file. In the absence of serial numbers, the device or
component shall be identified by its site specific designation in both the serial
number and device ID fields of the configuration file.

3.4 Release Procedures for Product Configuration Information

All requests for configuration data shall be received and processed by the system
manager to ensure that the latest version is provided.

4 Change Control

4.1 Relationship of the Dispositioning Authority with Other Parties

Roles and responsibilities pertaining to changes to the configuration management
data are outlined below.

Entity Role Information Flows to / from

Dispositioning Authority Approval System Manager
(FDOT ITS Program
Manager or Designee)
System Manager Creation / Edits Engineer / Contractors / Vendors /
Contractors Request Changes System Manager
Manufacturer / Vendor Baseline / Expertise System Manager

4.2 Procedures for Processing Changes

Requests to make changes to configuration should be submitted in writing in
accordance with the roles chart above. The system manager will receive the
request, make preliminary assessment of change and submit changes as
appropriate. The FDOT Operations Manager will receive the draft from the System
Manager and approve or disapprove. The System Manager will receive approval
from the FDOT Operations Manager and distribute the new version to all parties
along with the updated version log.

5 Configuration Status Accounting (CSA)

5.1 Methods for Collecting, Recording, Processing and Maintaining Data for CSA Reports
Configuration status accounting data shall be collected at all phases of the
configuration process and updated in a CSA report. The phases are as follows
• Phase 1 – Device or component received from manufacturer
o Confirm / establish, and document baseline configuration
• Phase 2 – Bench test & configuration by system manager
o Make any necessary changes to configuration such as IP
addressing, device ID, dip switches, etc.
o Add additional components
o Update configuration document(s)
• Phase 3 – Field adjustments
o Fine tuning, position alignments, etc.
o Finalize configuration document(s)

5.2 Content and Format of CSA Reports

The CSA report shall contain data specific to each device or component as
required to maintain an accurate configuration file. At a minimum each report shall
• Device nomenclature
• Manufacturer / vendor
• Device ID
• Serial # or other traceable data
• IP address if applicable
• Location installed / to be installed
• Height / Setback as applicable
• Installation type
• Configuration date
• Technician configuring
• Configuration version #
• Device Specific data such as
o Communications parameters
ƒ Baud rate
ƒ Parity
ƒ Stop Bits
o Terminations
ƒ Cable type
ƒ Connector type
o Frequency
o Channel

6 Configuration Database
The configuration database shall be a record of all versions of configuration files for
all covered devices and components. The data may be contained in a spreadsheet
if complexity permits. At a minimum the database shall include:

• A list of devices and components requiring configuration
• The status of each device or component including current version number
• Location of each device or component
• The date of last update to the database (also reflected in the name of the
database file – i.e.: [databasename updatedate]

6.1 Testing, Integrating, and Accepting the System

The methodology for testing, integrating, and accepting the system that will be followed
is presented below. As is recommended by Florida’s Statewide SEMP, a phased
integration with demonstrated milestones approach will be used. As such, the System
Integration Test Plan will indicate a phased testing and integration of the principal
components of the system, i.e., the fiber optic system, the CCTV system, the vehicle
detection system and the data communications equipment.

Testing. Testing provides independent verification that the required functionality of the
system has been met. Throughout the projects’ life cycle, formal and informal testing
and verification activities will be performed. These activities will include witnessing
manufacturer or subcontractor factory acceptance tests or certifications, reviewing work
products, bench testing of ITS field equipment, installation testing, network testing, local
cabinet configuration testing, and writing and executing detailed test plans, and

The Contractor will conduct pre-installation testing of all of the proposed ITS equipment
at a test center before it is deployed on-site. The benefits of using a test center include:

• Early identification of compatibility issues

• Early detection of equipment faults and defects
• No surprises during field installation

The Contractor will utilize test engineers who have experience with the application of
the proposed ITS devices, fiber optic communications, and the National Electrical Code
(NEC). The test engineers will employ a variety of specialized test equipment (i.e., test
tools) as shown in Table 4 below.

Table 4
Specialized Test Equipment
Equipment Purpose

Digital Multi-meters Test Electrical Service

Protocol Analyzer Identify Equipment Compatibility Issues

Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
(OTDR), Laser Light Source & Optical Verify Fiber Installation
Power Meter Verify Splicing of Fiber
Measure Signal to Noise Ratio of CCTV
Vector Scope & NTSC Source System

The Contractor’s approach to testing will address all of the requirements identified in the
Scope of Services. The various testing approaches to be employed are outlined in
Table 5 below.

Table 5
Testing Approaches
Test Primary Purpose Approach
Design Demonstration Test Verify Equipment Meets Use Equipment Successfully
Pre-installation Test Environmental Deployed on Other Phases
On-the-reel-fiber Test Requirements Obtain Manufacturer
Fiber Cable & Verify Specifications Certification
Communication Requirements are met Pre-Test Equipment on site
Equipment Test (end-to-end before field deployment
Communications Core to
Edge Tests (for control
Factory Acceptance Test
Stand-Alone Test Verify Individual Field Sites Conduct immediately upon
are Functional site
Put element into stand-alone
service immediately for
construction traffic
Subsystem Test Verify communications to Pre-test Fiber with OTDR
Field Devices Ping Edge switch from
RTMC core switch
Ensure each subsystem is
operating from RTMC
System Operational Verify System Stability Run System for 30 days
Performance Test Verify Overall Integrity of Check Redundant Features
System Verify proper traffic data

Integrating. The Contractor will integrate the principal components of the system, with
the individual vendor-provided control software such that each of the subsystems
operate and communicate as a system that is fully integrated with the
software. The Contractor will fully familiarize its staff, subcontractors, vendors, material
suppliers, equipment providers, and service suppliers with the existing system and
identify the compatibility and integration requirements for the system.

Accepting. System Acceptance testing is the final phase of testing prior to Final
Inspection and Acceptance and takes place after the successful completion of all prior
testing activities. Acceptance testing verifies that all the requirements are met and
delivered. The Contractor’s testing approach reflects the testing provisions described by
the Scope-of-Services and are based on the assumption that testing of separate
elements, as appropriate, can be regarded as a one-test evolution on a continuous
basis, i.e., the phased integration with demonstrated milestones approach.

Appendix B - Configuration and Bench Testing Forms

8. Device Cabinet
10. MVDS
11. Ethernet Switch
12. Video Encoder
13. Wireless Radio
14. Uninterruptible Power Supply

DEVICE CABINET - Configuration & Bench Testing Form

Cabinet Manufacturer & Serial Number: _________________________________________

Cabinet Type: ___ FMS Cabinet Without CCTV or DMS Components

___ With CCTV Components
___ With DMS Power Supply
___ With CCTV Components & DMS Power Supply

Mounting Type: ___ Base Mount ___ Pole Mount

Installation Location: _________________________________________________________

Device ID: __________________________________________________________________

(example: CAB I275 23.4 NB) (Devicetype highway milemarker direction)

Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove packaging and conduct a visual
inspection for damage.
2 Verify all manufacturer or vendor installed
components are present.
3 Verify all circuit breakers and surge suppressors
are of correct rating and properly installed.
4 Verify all cables are correctly and securely
5 Apply power to cabinet.

6 Apply power from DMS power supply (if present)

7 Observe that cabinet light is on when doors are

open. With one door open and the other closed,
depress door light switch and verify light goes off
when depressed. Repeat for other door.
8 Verify that fans are operational.

9 Connect a camera and monitor to the CCTV local

interface panel (if present) to verify proper wiring.
10 Install additional components as required. Note
these components on the data sheet. Attach a
copy of the configuration data sheet to this form.
11 Complete configuration data sheet

12 Place label on cabinet indicating Device ID.

DEVICE CABINET - Configuration Data Sheet

Cabinet Manufacturer & Serial Number: _________________________________________

Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: _____________


Item Serial Number

CCTV ASSEMBLY - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove camera from packaging.
2 Mount on test base.
3 Use the assigned cable to connect the unit to a
PC configured with MPC software.
4 Open MPC program.
5 Establish communications parameters of Com
(determined by PC settings), Baud 9600, Bits 8,
Stop bits 1, and parity none.
6 Establish connection between PC and camera.
7 Set/verify camera address (leave at default of
8 Verify functions controllable through the MPC
a. PTZ
b. Manual focus
c. Auto focus
d. Manual iris
e. Auto iris
f. Presets – install, test, and then remove
g. Ensure that camera holds its ID
9 Label camera with its Camera ID (masking tape)
i.e. Cam 4.2 SR60 WB TBSG.
10 Repackage in original crating and label outside
with Camera ID.
11 Complete Configuration Data Sheet.

Configuration Data Sheet, CCTV

The following data needs to be collected for each CCTV to be configured:

Camera ID Unique name of camera
Unique name of center where
Center Id
camera resides
Specifies the protocol (values:
Protocol SNMP, SNMP (PMPP)) for
Poll Process Name of driver for camera
Manufacturer Manufacturer of camera
Location Description of where camera
Description resides
Roadway of where camera
Direction of roadway where
camera is installed
Latitude of where camera
Longitude of where camera
Operational status (values:
Op Status Active, Error, Failed,
OutOfService) of camera
Address type (values:
pmppAddress, commAddress)
for camera, if pmppAddress
Address Type1
then camera uses SNMP
(PMPP); if commAddress then
camera uses SNMP
Specific address type (values:
Address Type2 portServerAddress) of Address
Type 1
Address Device address of camera
IP address for the port server
Port Server IP
where camera resides
Port Server Port Port number for the port server
Number where camera resides
Community name for camera
Community Name
Attach to Video If selected, additional IP video
Device parameters must be supplied.

The following data need to be provided for IP video:
Video Device IP
IP address for encoder
Blackout Determines if camera restricted
Type (IP video device) of video
Video Device Type
device for encoder
IP Streaming Unique IP video switch driver
Driver ID name
Card number for VBrick
Card Number
Manufacturer (values: Coretec,
Manufacturer iMpath, Teleste, VBrick) of
Model Model of encoder
Streaming type (values:
Streaming Type elementary, transport, program)
for encoder
Secondary interface for VBrick
Secondary encoder which enables users to
Interface maximize number of inputs for
Snapshot Determines if snapshots are
Requested generated for encoder

MVDS - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove from packaging.
2 Verify all components are present and without
damage, i.e. proper mounting bracket, cable,
back plate, breakers, and surge suppressors.
3 Using supplied back plate wiring diagram,
connect cable from RTMS unit to back plate,
wiring pin 8 for RS-485.
4 Use a serial cable, and the RS-485 to RS-232
converter to connect to the COM port on the PC.
5 Power on the RTMS and wait 5 to 10 seconds.
6 Open the WinRTMS program on the PC and wait
for the RTMS to be read by the program.
7 Select “Zones.” From this screen you can
choose the number of lanes and move or resize
the lanes using the up/down arrow keys. Ensure
that the number of lanes is consistent with the
location of planned installation. Exit this screen
by choosing “OK.”
8 Unit should now be in operation. Move a solid
object back and forth in front of the sensor. The
hollow lane markers on the screen should turn
solid red as the sensor detects the movement of
the object.
9 Select “Tools.” Select “PC COMM.” Click on
TCP/IP box. Ensure that default IP of is displayed. Set protocol =
TCP, Local Port = 2000, Remote Port = 2000.
Click “OK.”
10 Power off unit, close software, move pin 8 to IP
position on terminal block, re-power unit, and
restart software after 5 to 10 seconds.
11 Use a standard Cat5 Ethernet cable to connect
the back plate to a PC loaded with the RTMS
12 Configure the PC with an IP address of, and a subnet mask of The default IP of the RTMS unit is
13 Open RTMS software. From the main menu
select “Read RTMS.” When this has loaded, the
screen will show the current lane configuration as
a hollow block at the bottom of the screen.
14 Select “Zones.” From this screen you can
choose the number of lanes and move or resize

the lanes using the up/down arrow keys. Ensure
that the number of lanes is consistent with the
location of planned installation. Exit this screen
by choosing “OK.”
15 Unit should now be in operation. Move a solid
object back and forth in front of the sensor. The
hollow lane markers on the screen should turn
solid red as the sensor detects the movement of
the object. Select “Period.” Set the period for 60
seconds using the up/down arrow keys. Click
16 Select “ID Number.” Type in ID number for the
location assigned to this unit. Click “OK.”
17 Select “Tools.” Select “PC COMM.” Click on
TCP/IP box. Type in IP address assigned by
System Manager. Set protocol = TCP, Local Port
= 2000, Remote Port = 2000. Click “ OK.”
18 Exit software and label unit with Device ID.
19 Repackage all components as required for
delivery to installation contractor and label
package with Device ID.
20 Complete Configuration Data Sheet.

Configuration Management Data File

Version Number Version Date
Nomenclature RTMS Manufacturer / Model # EIS / RTMS X3
Serial Number IP Address
Device ID Config Technician

Install Location Config Date

# of lanes covered Height / Setback ________ / ________
Median between
covered lanes Y ______ N _______ Potential Interference Y ______ / N _______
Pole Mount ____
Sign Structure _____
Install Type Vertical Bracket ____ Lane Configuration -
Check All that Horizontal Bracket ____ Numbering scheme /
apply Other _____________ ____ Direction of travel

Installed Components & Ancillary Equipment Installed Components & Ancillary Equipment

Item Serial Number Item Serial Number

Special Back Plate RS 485 to 232 Converter

ETHERNET SWITCH - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Configure a hyper-terminal connection with the
following parameters:
a. Com (per local PC)
b. Baud = 115200
c. Bits = 8
d. Parity = none
e. Stop Bits = 1
f. Flow = none
2 Connect PC to Etherwan via provided serial
cable and open hyper-terminal session.
3 Console Login is admin. Password is (leave
4 Highlight “Switch Management” then
a. Highlight “Advanced Management” then hit
i. Highlight “IP Networking” then hit “Enter.”
1. Highlight “IP and RIP Settings” then
hit “Enter.”
a. Highlight “VLAN ID” to configure
then hit “Enter.”
i. Use the up/down arrow keys to
select value to enter then hit
1. Enter IP, Subnet Mask,
and enable RIP V2 then hit
esc key three times to
return to Advanced
ii. Highlight “Other Protocols” then hit
1. Highlight “IGMP.”
a. Highlight “Mode.”
i. Highlight “Passive.” Then hit
esc key three times to get to
Switch Management.
b. Highlight “Save Settings” then hit “Enter.”
i. Highlight “Yes” then hit esc key once.
1. Highlight “Yes” and hit “Enter” to
5 Label unit with Device ID.
6 Install in appropriate cabinet.
7 Complete Configuration Data Sheet
Configuration Data Sheet, Ethernet Switch

Configuration Management Data File
Version Number Version Date

Manufacturer / Model EtherWAN

Nomenclature Ethernet Switch # EX9016SFC2-20M
Serial Number IP Address / Subnet
Device ID Config Technician
Install Location Config Date
Type IP Address Connection
Port 1 SC 1 Not Used Not Used
Port 2 SC 2 Not Used Not Used
Port 3 RJ-45 3
Port 4 RJ-45 4
Port 5 RJ-45 5
Port 6 RJ-45 6
Port 7 RJ-45 7
Port 8 RJ-45 8
Port 9 RJ-45 9
Port 10 RJ-45 10
Port 11 RJ-45 11
Port 12 RJ-45 12
Port 13 RJ-45 13
Port 14 RJ-45 14
Port 15 RJ-45 15
Port 16 RJ-45 16
Port 17 RJ-45 17
Port 18 RJ-45 18

VIDEO ENCODER - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove unit from packaging.
2 Supply power to the unit via the CPS243 power
adaptor or by installing in a DVX002 installation
frame equipped with a DVP power supply.
3 Power on the system and verify that the “M,” “C,”
and “V” indicators on the front panel are lit. The
“M” should be green to indicate proper operation.
4 Connect audio/data signals to the front panel.
5 Connect either a CVBS video signal to the BNC
connector or an S-video signal to the mini-DIN
connector of the device.
6 Connect the Ethernet 100BASE network to port
100BASE-TX/FX on the front panel.
7 Create a management connection to the device
either by Ethernet (WebUI) or management port
(Hyperterminal) and program all necessary
settings. Default settings are:
a. IPE:
b. IPD:
i. Use EASI IP Series User Manual for
WebUI interface instructions.
8 Ensure that “M,” “C,” and “V” are now all green.
a. M = hardware state
b. C = Ethernet state
c. V = video state
9 Refer to EASI IP Series User Manual for
questions or troubleshooting.
10 Label unit with Device ID and install in
appropriate cabinet.
11 Complete Configuration Data Sheet.

Configuration Data Sheet, Video Encoder

Configuration Management Data File

Version Number Version Date

Nomenclature Video Encoder Manufacturer / Model # Teleste IPE301XXXA

Serial Number IP Address / Subnet
Device ID Config Technician
Software Version DHCP
Hardware Version MAC
Boot Loader Version Duplex

Install Location Install Technician

Passwords Video Management
Guest guest
Technician technician QOS
Operator oper
Admin admin Polling Services Enabled ___ Disabled ___

IP _________________
UDP _______________ VIDEO PID ____________
TTL ________________ AUDIO PID ____________
Video Configuration Input Comp ___ Svid ___ Video Configuration PCR PID ______________
Format PAL ___ NTSC ___ Continued PMT PID ______________
GOP Format ____________ Stream Bit Rate _________
Enabled ___ Disabled ____
Enabled ___ Disabled ____ Server ____ Client ____
Multicast Group _________ IP ___________________
Port _____ TTL _____ Port _____ TTL ______
SAP Management Announcement Interval ____ Ports Data Bits ___ Stop Bits ___
Session Name ___________ Baud ______
Session Info _____________ COM Port Mode ________

WIRELESS RADIOS - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove unit and accessories from packaging.
2 Inventory all components.
3 Conduct self tests per provided user manual.
4 Set channel assignments for each unit per
provided manual, ensuring ample frequency
separation to prevent cross talk.
5 Complete Configuration Data Sheet.
6 Label each unit with Device ID and channel

Configuration Data Sheet

Device Serial Number Quantity Install Location

Configuration Channel Mounting Height


UPS - Configuration & Bench Testing Form
Testing/Configuration Technician(s): ______________________ Date: ________


Step # Procedure Results/Comments
1 Remove unit from packaging.
2 Verify unit will fit in device cabinet as provided by
3 Provide appropriate input power to unit.
4 Conduct self tests per provided user manual.
5 Allow unit to reach full charge per provided user
6 Remove input power source from unit and verify
proper operation per provided user manual.
7 Complete Configuration Data Sheet.
8 Label unit with Device ID.

Configuration Data Sheet

Configuration Management Data File

Version Number Version Date

Nomenclature Uninterruptible Power Supply Manufacturer

Serial Number Model #
Config Date Config Technician
Input Power
# Outlets Switched ____ Non ____

Install Location Self Tests Pass _____ Fail ______