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AS/NZS 2201.1-2007 Intruder alarm systems - Client's premises - Design, installation, commissioning and maintenance

Standard Number:  AS/NZS 2201.1-2007
Title:  Intruder alarm systems - Client's premises - Design, installation, commissioning and maintenance
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 05500

Publication Date:  2007/4/12
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:34P.;A4  

Description: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, commerci  
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AS/NZS 2201.1:2007 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - CLIENT?S PREMISES-DESIGN, INSTALLATION, COMMI...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 RISK ASSESSMENT
1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.5 DEFINITIONS
1.5.1 Alarmed area
1.5.2 Alarm condition
1.5.3 Alarm transmission equipment
1.5.4 Alarm warning device
1.5.5 Arming
1.5.6 Arming station
1.5.7 Client
1.5.8 Control equipment
1.5.9 Deliberately operated device
1.5.10 Detection circuits
1.5.11 Detection device
1.5.12 Disarming
1.5.13 Fault condition
1.5.14 Indicating equipment
1.5.15 Intruder alarm system
1.5.16 Monitored circuit
1.5.17 Monitoring centre
1.5.18 Partial arming/disarming
1.5.19 Power supply equipment
1.5.20 Remote access
1.5.21 Restricted key
1.5.22 Satellite siren
1.5.23 Security alarm company
1.5.24 Shell
1.5.25 System alarm
1.5.26 Tamper-detection device
1.5.27 Zone
SECTION 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
SECTION 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
3.15.4 Classification of wire-free systems
3.16 EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATION
3.16.1 General
3.16.2 Class 1
3.16.3 Class 2
3.16.4 Class 3
3.16.5 Class 4
3.16.6 Class 5
SECTION 4 GENERAL OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
4.1 GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
4.2 CLIENT'S RESPONSIBILITIES
SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
5.2 MAINTENANCE
5.2.1 Routine maintenance
5.2.2 Emergency service
SECTION 6 RECORDS AND REPORTS
6.1 CLIENT AND EQUIPMENT RECORDS
6.2 MAINTENANCE RECORD
6.3 AUTHORITY FOR DISCONNECTING
6.4 LOGBOOK
APPENDIX A - APPLICATION TO RISK PROFILE
APPENDIX B - INDUSTRY TERMS
B1 DATA TRANSMISSION
B2 ENTRY/EXIT ROUTE
B3 INTERIOR
B4 ISOLATING
B5 MULTIPLEXING
B6 PERIMETER
APPENDIX C - STANDARDS RELATING TO BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGERS
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 - OCCUPANCY RATIO CALCULATIONS
D1 CALCULATION OF THE OCCUPATION RATIO OF THE MEDIUM BY SUPERVISORY SIGNALS
D2 CALCULATION OF THE OCCUPATION RATIO OF THE MEDIUM BY ALARM MESSAGES
  
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