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AS/NZS 2201.1:2007

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Intruder alarm systems, Part 1: Client's premises — Design, installation, commissioning and maintenance

Specifies the minimum requirements for the construction, installation, operation and maintenance of intruder alarm equipment and installed systems. It applies to intruder alarm systems, including wire-free systems, suitable for private premises, commercial premises and special installations, and provides guidance for the preparation of a maintenance contract between a client and an alarm company.
Published: 12/04/2007
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Table of contents
Cited references
Content history
Table of contents
Header
About this publication
Preface
1 Scope and general
1.1 Scope
1.2 Application
1.3 Risk assessment
1.4 Referenced documents
1.5 Definitions
2 System installation requirements
2.1 General requirements
2.2 Installation
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Control equipment and power supply location
2.2.3 Mounting
2.2.4 Tamper detection
2.2.5 Power supply equipment
2.2.6 Battery marking
2.2.7 Alarm transmission equipment
2.3 Detection devices
2.3.1 General
2.3.2 Zoning
2.3.3 End-of-line supervision
2.4 Audible warning devices
2.5 Environmental conditions
2.5.1 General environmental conditions
2.5.2 Special environmental conditions
2.6 Wiring
2.6.1 General
2.6.2 Type of wiring
2.6.3 Stress on conductors and terminals
2.6.4 Protection of wiring
2.7 Jointings
2.8 Flexible conductors and connections
2.9 Terminations
2.10 Wire-free links
2.11 Commissioning
2.12 Client training
3 Equipment requirements
3.1 General requirements
3.2 Additional functionality
3.3 Environmental conditions
3.4 Electromagnetic conformance compatibility (EMC)
3.5 Immunity
3.6 Load and line conditions
3.6.1 Output overload
3.6.2 Input voltage variations
3.7 Enclosures
3.8 Terminals
3.9 Marking of control equipment
3.10 Instructions
3.11 Power supplies
3.11.1 General
3.11.2 Performance
3.11.3 Low battery reporting
3.11.4 Automatic battery testing and fault reporting
3.11.5 Charger design
3.11.6 Charger rating
3.11.7 Mains supply isolation switch
3.12 Power supply indications
3.12.1 Mains indication
3.12.2 Charging indication
3.12.3 Battery indication
3.13 Marking of power supply equipment
3.14 Battery requirements
3.14.1 General
3.14.2 Battery capacity
3.15 Wire-free systems
3.15.1 General
3.15.2 Immunity to in-band interference
3.15.3 Collision rate
3.15.3.1 General
3.15.3.2 Collision rate requirements
3.15.4 Classification of wire-free systems
3.16 Equipment classification
3.16.1 General
3.16.2 Class 1
3.16.2.1 General
3.16.2.2 Wired zone input supervision
3.16.2.3 Zone indication
3.16.2.4 Alarm processing
3.16.2.5 Alarm outputs
3.16.2.6 Arming and disarming
3.16.2.7 Remote system access
3.16.2.8 Tamper detection devices
3.16.2.9 Alarm warning devices
3.16.2.9.1 Audible alarm warning devices
3.16.2.9.2 Visual alarm warning device
3.16.2.9.3 Satellite sirens
3.16.3 Class 2
3.16.3.1 General
3.16.3.2 Alarm processing
3.16.3.3 Zone isolation
3.16.3.4 Arming and disarming
3.16.3.5 Tamper detection devices
3.16.3.6 Alarm transmission equipment
3.16.4 Class 3
3.16.4.1 General
3.16.4.2 Zone input supervision
3.16.4.3 Arming and disarming
3.16.4.4 Tamper detection devices
3.16.4.5 Remote system access
3.16.4.5.1 Remote access by the client
3.16.4.5.2 Remote access by a third-party service provider
3.16.4.6 Alarm transmission equipment
3.16.5 Class 4
3.16.5.1 General
3.16.5.2 Zone input supervision
3.16.5.3 Arming and disarming
3.16.5.4 Remote system access
3.16.5.5 Tamper detection devices
3.16.5.6 Alarm transmission equipment
3.16.5.7 Locking of equipment enclosures
3.16.6 Class 5
3.16.6.1 General
3.16.6.2 Zone input supervision
3.16.6.3 Arming and disarming
3.16.6.4 Remote system access
3.16.6.5 Alarm transmission equipment
4 General operational procedures and responsibilities
4.1 General responsibilities
4.2 Client’s responsibilities
5 Maintenance and service
5.1 Scope of Section
5.2 Maintenance
5.2.1 Routine maintenance
5.2.1.1 General
5.2.1.2 Procedure
5.2.2 Emergency service
6 Records and reports
6.1 Client and equipment records
6.2 Maintenance record
6.3 Authority for disconnecting
6.4 Logbook
Appendix A
Appendix B
B1 Data transmission
B2 Entry/exit route
B3 Interior
B4 Isolating
B5 Multiplexing
B6 Perimeter
Appendix C
C1 Batteries
C1.1 Galvanic cells and batteries in general
C1.2 Acid secondary cells and batteries
C1.3 Alkaline secondary cells and batteries
C1.4 Miscellaneous
C2 Battery chargers
Appendix D
D1 Calculation of the occupation ratio of the medium by supervisory signals
D2 Calculation of the occupation ratio of the medium by alarm messages
Cited references in this standard
AS/NZS 4383
Preparation of documents used in electrotechnology (all parts)
[Current]
Electric cables — Polymeric insulated, Part 1: For working voltages up to and including 0.6/1 (1.2) kV
[Superseded]
Conduits and fittings for electrical installations, Part 1: General requirements
EN 50130-4
Alarm systems, Part 4: Electromagnetic compatibility—Product family standard: Immunity requirements for components of fire, intruder and social alarm systems
EN 55024
Information technology equipment. Immunity characteristics. Limits and methods of measurement
Content history
[Superseded]
DR 05500