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AS/NZS 2201.1:2007

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Intruder alarm systems Client’s premises - Design, installation, commissioning and maintenance

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12-04-2007

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1 - AS/NZS 2201.1:2007 INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - CLIENT™S PREMISES-DESIGN, INSTALLATION, COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE
4 - PREFACE
5 - CONTENTS
7 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
7 - 1.1 SCOPE
7 - 1.2 APPLICATION
7 - 1.3 RISK ASSESSMENT
7 - 1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
8 - 1.5 DEFINITIONS
8 - 1.5.1 Alarmed area
8 - 1.5.2 Alarm condition
8 - 1.5.3 Alarm transmission equipment
9 - 1.5.4 Alarm warning device
9 - 1.5.5 Arming
9 - 1.5.6 Arming station
9 - 1.5.7 Client
9 - 1.5.8 Control equipment
9 - 1.5.9 Deliberately operated device
9 - 1.5.10 Detection circuits
9 - 1.5.11 Detection device
9 - 1.5.12 Disarming
9 - 1.5.13 Fault condition
9 - 1.5.14 Indicating equipment
9 - 1.5.15 Intruder alarm system
10 - 1.5.16 Monitored circuit
10 - 1.5.17 Monitoring centre
10 - 1.5.18 Partial arming/disarming
10 - 1.5.19 Power supply equipment
10 - 1.5.20 Remote access
10 - 1.5.21 Restricted key
10 - 1.5.22 Satellite siren
10 - 1.5.23 Security alarm company
10 - 1.5.24 Shell
10 - 1.5.25 System alarm
10 - 1.5.26 Tamper-detection device
10 - 1.5.27 Zone
11 - SECTION 2 SYSTEM INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
11 - 2.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
11 - 2.2 INSTALLATION
11 - 2.2.1 General
11 - 2.2.2 Control equipment and power supply location
11 - 2.2.3 Mounting
11 - 2.2.4 Tamper detection
11 - 2.2.5 Power supply equipment
11 - 2.2.6 Battery marking
12 - 2.2.7 Alarm transmission equipment
12 - 2.3 DETECTION DEVICES
12 - 2.3.1 General
12 - 2.3.2 Zoning
12 - 2.3.3 End-of-line supervision
12 - 2.4 AUDIBLE WARNING DEVICES
12 - 2.5 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
12 - 2.5.1 General environmental conditions
12 - 2.5.2 Special environmental conditions
13 - 2.6 WIRING
13 - 2.6.1 General
13 - 2.6.2 Type of wiring
14 - 2.6.3 Stress on conductors and terminals
14 - 2.6.4 Protection of wiring
14 - 2.7 JOINTINGS
15 - 2.8 FLEXIBLE CONDUCTORS AND CONNECTIONS
15 - 2.9 TERMINATIONS
16 - 2.10 WIRE-FREE LINKS
16 - 2.11 COMMISSIONING
16 - 2.12 CLIENT TRAINING
17 - SECTION 3 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
17 - 3.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
17 - 3.2 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONALITY
17 - 3.3 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
17 - 3.4 ELECTROMAGNETIC CONFORMANCE COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
17 - 3.5 IMMUNITY
17 - 3.6 LOAD AND LINE CONDITIONS
17 - 3.6.1 Output overload
17 - 3.6.2 Input voltage variations
17 - 3.7 ENCLOSURES
17 - 3.8 TERMINALS
18 - 3.9 MARKING OF CONTROL EQUIPMENT
18 - 3.10 INSTRUCTIONS
18 - 3.11 POWER SUPPLIES
18 - 3.11.1 General
18 - 3.11.2 Performance
18 - 3.11.3 Low battery reporting
18 - 3.11.4 Automatic battery testing and fault reporting
19 - 3.11.5 Charger design
19 - 3.11.6 Charger rating
19 - 3.11.7 Mains supply isolation switch
19 - 3.12 POWER SUPPLY INDICATIONS
19 - 3.12.1 Mains indication
19 - 3.12.2 Charging indication
19 - 3.12.3 Battery indication
19 - 3.13 MARKING OF POWER SUPPLY EQUIPMENT
20 - 3.14 BATTERY REQUIREMENTS
20 - 3.14.1 General
20 - 3.14.2 Battery capacity
21 - 3.15 WIRE-FREE SYSTEMS
21 - 3.15.1 General
21 - 3.15.2 Immunity to in-band interference
21 - 3.15.3 Collision rate
22 - 3.15.4 Classification of wire-free systems
23 - 3.16 EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATION
23 - 3.16.1 General
23 - 3.16.2 Class 1
26 - 3.16.3 Class 2
27 - 3.16.4 Class 3
28 - 3.16.5 Class 4
29 - 3.16.6 Class 5
30 - SECTION 4 GENERAL OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
30 - 4.1 GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
30 - 4.2 CLIENT'S RESPONSIBILITIES
31 - SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
31 - 5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
31 - 5.2 MAINTENANCE
31 - 5.2.1 Routine maintenance
32 - 5.2.2 Emergency service
33 - SECTION 6 RECORDS AND REPORTS
33 - 6.1 CLIENT AND EQUIPMENT RECORDS
33 - 6.2 MAINTENANCE RECORD
34 - 6.3 AUTHORITY FOR DISCONNECTING
34 - 6.4 LOGBOOK
35 - APPENDIX A - APPLICATION TO RISK PROFILE
36 - APPENDIX B - INDUSTRY TERMS
36 - B1 DATA TRANSMISSION
36 - B2 ENTRY/EXIT ROUTE
36 - B3 INTERIOR
36 - B4 ISOLATING
36 - B5 MULTIPLEXING
36 - B6 PERIMETER
37 - APPENDIX C - STANDARDS RELATING TO BATTERIES AND BATTERY CHARGERS
37 - C1 BATTERIES
37 - C1.1 Galvanic cells and batteries in general
37 - C1.2 Acid secondary cells and batteries
37 - C1.3 Alkaline secondary cells and batteries
37 - C1.4 Miscellaneous
37 - C2 BATTERY CHARGERS
39 - APPENDIX D - OCCUPANCY RATIO CALCULATIONS
39 - D1 CALCULATION OF THE OCCUPATION RATIO OF THE MEDIUM BY SUPERVISORY SIGNALS
39 - D2 CALCULATION OF THE OCCUPATION RATIO OF THE MEDIUM BY ALARM MESSAGES

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.

This Standard specifies the minimum requirements for the design, installation, commissioning, installation and maintenance of intruder alarm systems.It classifies equipment and systems interconnected by wire and wire-free links. Such systems consist of detection devices, control equipment, warning and signalling devices, and the necessary power supply equipment.This Standard does not cover the transmission of signals from the client's premises to a remote centre. It does not specify the extent or degree of protection to be provided, nor does it necessarily cover all the requirements for a particular installation.NOTES:1. See AS 2201.2 for monitoring centres.2. AS 2201.5 for alarm transmission systems between client's premises and monitoring centres.

Committee
EL-031
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
0 7337 8160 8
Pages
34
ProductNote
Pending Revision indicates that as a result of the Aged Standards review process, the document needs updating. If no project proposal, meeting the quality criteria, is received within the 12 month timeframe, the document shall be withdrawn.
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Current
Supersedes

First published in Australia as AS 2201.1-1978.Second edition 1986.Third edition 1998.Jointly revised and redesignated as AS/NZS 2201.1:2007. Originated as AS 2201.1-1978. Previous edition 1998. Jointly revised and redesignated as AS/NZS 2201.1:2007.

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