Electrical Power Requirement/Outlets
Note: This table is comprehensive, but may not be complete as needs and systems change over time and from court to court.
These requirements are in addition to those described in Chapter 6.
Quadriplex receptacle for general purpose use;
Duplex receptacle for computer, monitor;
additional duplex receptacle for video arraignment.
Duplex outlet with dedicated circuit for portable magnetometer.
Branch circuits will be provided for additional loads
dictated by the Courts.
Court Clerk Workstation
One quadriplex receptacle (general use) and one duplex receptacle
for PC and monitor per clerk position.
Court Reporter's Workstation
One quadriplex receptacle (general use), one duplex receptacle
Provide additional duplex
for reporter's computer/CRT.
receptacle(s) at alternate CR
position(s) in the courtroom.
One duplex receptacle.
One quadriplex receptacle for general purpose use.
Mounted on inside of jury box
One quadriplex receptacle (general use) per attorney table position.
One duplex outlet at front rail ("bar") for computer/monitor
Mounted on spectator side of
for CRT or other use.
Multiple outlets (as required) for sound, ALS, data,
telecommunication and video recording and presentation equipment.
Duplex outlets at 20' intervals along the walls of courtroom. Duplex
The courtroom well will have
outlets at two locations (min.) in front of bench millwork. Additional
a suspended access floor
outlets at appropriate locations for ceiling-mounted screen, fixed
system for flexible location
and/or movable positions for slide projector, video monitor, video
recorder, interactive white-board and image copier, and x-ray viewer
equipment. Locate floor boxes for multiple possible locations of a
lectern and/or alternative locations for attorney tables. Provide
additional outlets for initial/future location of video cameras. Provide
outlet for wall-mounted clock. Provide outlet(s) for ALS unit(s). Provide
outlets as required for video conferencing/arraignment equipment,
video monitors/VCR equipment, security, and so on.
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9.7 Electrical Systems
Revised March 2005 PBS-P100