This European Standard establishes the basis for testing and classifying free-standing safes, built-in safes (floor and wall), ATM safes and ATM bases, strongroom doors and strongrooms (with or without a door) according to their burglary resistance. This European Standard does not cover testing and classifying Deposit Systems and ATM systems.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for high security locks (HSL) for reliability, resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening with methods of testing. It also provides a scheme for classifying HSL in accordance with their assessed resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening.
It applies to mechanical and electronic HSL. The following features may be included as optional subjects but they are not mandatory:
a)   recognized code for preventing code altering and/or enabling/disabling parallel codes;
b)   recognized code for disabling time set up;
c)   integration of alarm components or functions;
d)   remote control duties;
e)   resistance to attacks with acids;
f)   resistance to X-rays;
g)   resistance to explosives;
h)   time functions.

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This European Standard applies to cylinders for such locks as are normally used in buildings and are designed to be used with cylinders.
This European Standard specifies performance and other requirements for the strength, security, durability, performance and corrosion resistance of cylinders and their original keys. It establishes one category of use, three categories of durability, two categories each for fire and corrosion resistance all based on performance tests as well as six grades of key related security based on design requirements and three grades on performance tests that simulate attack.
This European Standard includes tests of satisfactory operation at temperatures between  -20 °C and +65 °C. It specifies test methods to be used on cylinders and their protective measures linked with these cylinders and recommended by the manufacturer.
Corrosion resistance is specified by reference to the requirements of the European Standard EN 1670 on the protection of corrosion for locks and building hardware.
The suitability of cylinders for use on fire or smoke-door assemblies is determined by fire performance tests conducted in addition to the performance testing required by this European Standard. Since suitability for use on fire doors is not essential in every situation, the manufacturer has the option to state if the cylinder conforms to these additional requirements or not. If so claimed, cylinders shall comply with the requirements laid down in the relevant European Standard EN 1634-1 or prEN 1634-2, see Annex A.
Assessment of fire resistance of grade 1 doors is beyond the scope of this document.
On occasions there may be a need for additional functions within the design of the cylinder. Purchasers should satisfy themselves that the products are suitable for their intended use.

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EN 1143-2 specifies requirements and tests methods for deposit systems, and classifies the systems according to their burglary resistance and their resistance to the theft of deposits. This European Standard comprises two types of deposit system: - night safes which provide depositing services for the customers of financial institutions without giving access to the content of the night safe. - deposit safes which enable the personnel of a company to place money or valuables in safe custody without giving access to the content of the deposit safe. The installation condition for deposit safe according to this standard is that the depositing functions are installed inside the premises of the company and are only disposable for the personnel of the company. Parts of a Deposit system are a receiving unit, an input unit and in some cases, a chute. The standard includes design requirements for deposit systems controlled by programmable controllers and for the software for these. Controller hardware testing is restricted to mechanical or electromechanical attacks of electric motors, sensors, coils and similar devices; but software testing as attempts to influence controller software or controller hardware is not part of this standard. Deposit systems may have devices for functions such as user identification and/or counting and registration of money. Tests of and requirements for classification of such functions are not included. This standard does not cover protection of persons using the deposit system or the prevention of fraud committed by operators of the deposit system.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for the performance, reliability and security characteristics of alarm transmission systems. It specifies the requirements for alarm transmission systems providing alarm transmission between an alarm system at a supervised premises and annunciation equipment at an alarm receiving centre. This European Standard applies to transmission systems for all types of alarm messages such as fire, intrusion, access control, social alarm, etc. Different types of alarm systems may in addition to alarm messages also send other types of messages, e.g. fault messages and status messages. These messages are also considered to be alarm messages in the context of this standard. The term alarm is used in this broad sense throughout the document. Additional alarm transmission requirements of specific types of alarm systems are given in the relevant European Standards.

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This Standard specifies the requirements, performance criteria and testing procedures for control and 168 indicating equipment (CIE) intended for use in intrusion and hold-up alarm systems (I&HAS) installed 169 in buildings. This document also applies to CIE to be used in IAS or HAS. 170 The CIE may incorporate processing functions of other I&HAS components, or its processing 171 requirements may be distributed among such components. 172 This Standard specifies the requirements for CIE installed in buildings using specific or non-specific 173 wired interconnections or wire-free interconnections. These requirements also apply to ACE that are 174 installed inside or outside of the supervised premises and mounted in indoor or outdoor environments. 175 Where CIE shares means of detection, interconnection, control, communication, processing and / or 176 power supplies with other applications, these requirements apply to I&HAS functions only.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for security glazing designed to resist actions of force by delaying access of objects and/or persons to a protected space for a short period of time. The Standard classifies security glazing products into categories of resistance to actions of force.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and classification systems for burglar resistant characteristics of pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters. It is applicable to the following means of opening: Turning, tilting, folding, turn-tilting, top or bottom hung, sliding (horizontally and vertically) and rolling as well as fixed constructions. It also covers products that include items such as letter plates or ventilation grilles. It specifies requirements for the burglar resistance of a construction product (as defined in 3.1 of this standard).
This European Standard does not directly cover the resistance of locks and cylinders to attack with picking tools. It also does not cover precast concrete elements.
It also does not cover the attack of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products using attack methods that might defeat these characteristics.
NOTE 1   The mechanical parts of electric, electronic and electromagnetic operated burglar resistant construction products may be tested in electrical powerless condition.
This European Standard does not apply to doors, gates and barriers, intended for installation in areas in the reach of persons, and for which the main intended uses are giving safe access for goods and vehicles accompanied or driven by persons in industrial, commercial or residential premises, as covered by EN 13241-1.
NOTE 2   Construction products that can be reached or driven through by vehicles should be protected by appropriate measures such as barriers, extensible ramps, etc.

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