This part of this European Standard specifies requirements for fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts.
Two methods of test are specified to determine the ability of fire resisting data cabinets to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents from the effects of fire: a fire endurance test and a fire shock and impact test. Two levels of fire severity (S 60 and S 120) based upon time of fire exposure; and three protection classes (P, D and DIS) are specified using the maximum temperature increases and humidity values permitted within the storage space of the data cabinet.
Diskette inserts (DI 60 P/DIS and DI 120 P/DIS) are installed in data cabinets of protection class S 60 P or S 120 P, respectively, and subjected to a fire endurance test (see 5.1.2).
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts from the test results is also given (see Table 1).
Diskette inserts should only be installed in data cabinets having the same design as the series of protection class S 60 P and S 120 P, respectively, in which the insert has been tested in accordance with 5.1.2. Where several inserts are installed, they should be built in one beside the other or one above the other from bottom to top, respectively. The volume and total height of the installed inserts should not exceed 50 % of the total internal volume or 50 % of the internal height, respectively, of the data cabinets into which they are installed. The dimensions of the insert can be adapted by increasing the width and depth to the corresponding dimensions of the data cabinets. A reduction of these dimensions as well as a change of the height is only admitted within the specified tolerance.
The temperature increases during type-tests on data cabinets and diskette inserts will be considered in deciding the permitted diskette insert installations. For a permitted installation, the temperature increase of the intended data cabinet (∆T_A∙K) should not exceed the temperature increase of the tested data cabinet (∆T_B∙K) in which the diskette insert has been type-tested by more than the difference between the maximum value for the diskette insert (∆T_i∙K) and the maximum admissible temperature increase (30 K), i.e ∆T_A- ∆T_B≤30 K- ∆T_i (See example in Annex B).
A description of the installation of the diskette inserts should be given in the technical documentation of the manufacturer.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for light fire storage units providing protection against fire.
The method of test is specified to determine the ability of light fire storage units to protect paper media from the effects of fire. Two levels of fire exposure periods (LFS 30 P and LFS 60 P) are specified using the maximum temperature increase permitted within the storage space of the light fire storage unit.
Requirements are also specified for the test specimen, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures.
A scheme to classify the light fire storage units from the test results is also given (see Table 1).

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This part of the European Standard EN 1047 specifies requirements for data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media (see 3.5) and hardware systems (see 3.6) from the effects of fire. A test method for measuring the resistance to mechanical stress (impact test) provided by data rooms type B and data containers is also specified.
Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation of the test specimens, materials specimens, physical fittings, the correlation of test specimens with the technical documentation and the preparation for type testing, as test procedures as well as the series production.
In addition, a scheme to classify data rooms and data containers from the test results is given (see Table 1).
As well as providing protection against fire, correctly installed data rooms and data containers offer a defined protection against impacts caused by failure during fire of components and objects external to the data room or data container.
Data rooms and data containers having the same design, protection and construction features (type and thickness of construction and protective materials, rebate geometry, lockings, doors, etc.) will only be given the same protection classification as that of the test specimen if the tolerances are within the ranges specified in Clause 7.
NOTE   This European Standard does not regulate the use of data rooms in the meaning of the building laws of the respective countries. In the construction of data rooms, the respective national requirements should be considered.

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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 document establishes the basis for testing and classifying secure safe cabinets.

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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 International Standard provides suggested guidelines for four temperature and humidity macro-environments for archives that contain a variety of recording media, based on the corresponding ISO storage standards for those media. Whenever possible, this International Standard recommends that users follow the storage environments in the ISO storage standards. This International Standard does not replace those ISO storage standards. In addition to environment recommendations, those standards also include other vital information pertinent to the long-term keeping of recording materials, such as inspection, housing, and handling guidelines. Although microenvironments within a storage enclosure can be dependent upon the macro-environment, they are not the focus of this International Standard. The storage of traditional paper collections is not within the scope of this International Standard. However, many archives containing mixed recording media also include such collections. Archivists are encouraged to review the appropriate standards (see References and for those materials. Nitrate-base photographic films are also included in this International Standard, since they are often stored together with other materials.

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This part of IEC 60950 specifies requirements for information technology equipment (ITE) with self contained data storage systems that contain hazardous moving parts. These data storage systems are typically large enough to permit a person to enter completely, however, the systems also include similar large equipment permitting complete limb or head access to the area containing hazardous moving parts. These requirements are additional to the relevant requirements in IEC 60950-1. The maximum three dimensional reach of a cartridge accessory assembly typically has a minimum motion envelop of 0,75 m3 or more. The equipments shall be installed in a RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION, such as a data centre. The exceptions for 2.1.3 and 4.5.4 noted in 1.2.7.3 of IEC 60950-1 do not apply to this Part 23. This standard is not applicable to equipment with non-self-contained hazardous moving parts, such as robotic equipment installed in an industrial environment.

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Data rooms and data containers are fire protection security products whose purpose is to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media and hardware systems from the effects of fire. These fire resistance products do not provide any defined protection against burglary.
Based on these objectives, the CEN/TC 263 Working Group WG2 Fire Resistance unanimously noted at its meeting on 8 March 2012 that the requirement for a certified high security lock according to EN 1300 for data rooms and data containers suggests protection that is not provided and does not reflect the requirements of the market.
For the reasons explained above, WG2 unanimously recommended deletion of the requirements for a certified high security lock according to EN 1300 without replacement from EN 1047-2:2009. In the interest of the market, this change in this European Standard shall be implemented very soon via an Amendment to EN 1047-2:2009. The necessary decision shall be taken in a 3 months shortened UAP. The necessary application shall be filed with the CEN/TC 263 via DIN.
The draft for Amendment A1 to EN 1047-2:2009 shall be presented to the CEN/TC 263 together with the application for changes in this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for light fire storage units providing protection against fire. The method of test is specified to determine the ability of light fire storage units to protect paper media from the effects of fire. Two levels of fire exposure periods (LFS 30 P and LFS 60 P) are specified using the maximum temperature increase permitted within the storage space of the light fire storage unit. Requirements are also specified for the test specimen, the technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of the test specimen with the technical documentation, preparation for type testing and test procedures. A scheme to classify the light fire storage units from the test results is also given (see Table 1).

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This part of this European Standard specifies requirements for  fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts. Two methods  of test are specified to determine the ability of fire resisting data  cabinets to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents  from the effects of fire: a fire endurance test and a fire shock  and impact test. Two levels of fire severity (S 60 and S 120)  based upon time of fire exposure; and three protection classes  (P, D and DIS) are specified using the maximum temperature  increases and humidity values permitted within the storage  Diskette inserts (DI 60 P/DIS and DI 120 P/DIS) are installed in  data cabinets of protection class S 60 P or S 120 P,  Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the  technical documentation for the test specimen, correlation of  the test specimen with the technical documentation,  preparation for type testing and test procedures. A scheme to  classify the fire resisting data cabinets and diskette inserts  from the test results is also given (see Cabinets having the  same design, protection and construction features (type and  thickness of construction and protective materials, rebate  geometry, locking, etc.) will only give the same fire protection  classification as that of a test specimen if they are of similar  internal dimensions. The maximum difference in internal  dimensions (height, width and depth of the storage space,  measured from wall to wall) to which the test classification  could apply is + 15 %. Cabinets having internal dimensions  which differ by more than this amount from that of the tested  specimen The wall, ceiling and door thicknesses should not be  below the specified minimum limit of the type-tested thickness  Diskette inserts should only be installed in data cabinets having  the same design as the series of protection class S 60 P and S  120 P, respectively, in which the insert has been tested in  accordance with 5.1.2. Where several inserts are installed, they  should be built in one beside the other or one above the other  from bottom to top, respectively. The volume and total height of  the installed inserts should not exceed 50 % of the total internal  volume or 50 % of the internal height, respectively, of the data  cabinets into which they are installed. The dimensions of the  insert can be adapted by increasing the width and depth to the  corresponding dimensions of the data cabinets. A reduction of  these dimensions as well as a change of the height is only  admitted within the specified tolerance. The temperature  increases during type-tests on data cabinets and diskette  inserts will be considered in deciding the permitted diskette  insert installations. For a permitted installation, the temperature  increase of the intended data cabinet (.Ta K) should not exceed  the temperature increase of the tested data cabinet (.Tb K) in  which the diskette insert has been type-tested by more than  the difference between the maximum value for the diskette  insert (.Ti K) and the maximum admissible temperature  increase (30 K), i.e: .Ta;.Tb =30 K;.Ti (See example in annex  B).A description of the installation of the diskette inserts should  be given in the technical documentation of the manufacturer.

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This part of the European Standard EN 1047 specifies requirements for data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media (see 3.5) and hardware systems (see 3.6) from the effects of fire. A test method for measuring the resistance to mechanical stress (impact test) provided by data rooms type B and data containers is also specified. Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation of the test specimens, materials specimens, physical fittings, the correlation of test specimens with the technical documentation and the preparation for type testing as well as test procedures. In addition, a scheme to classify data rooms and data containers from the test results is given (see Table 2). As well as providing protection against fire, correctly installed data rooms and data containers offer protection against impacts caused by failure during fire of components and objects external to the data room or data container.

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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 document establishes the basis for testing and classifying secure safe cabinets.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and tests for deposit systems, and classifies the systems according to their burglary resistance and their resistance to the theft of deposits.
The standard includes design requirements for deposit systems controlled by programmable controllers.  In this European Standard, controller hardware testing is restricted to electric motors, sensors, coils and similar devices; software testing 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 and classification of such functions are not included in this European Standard.
This European Standard does not cover protection of persons using the deposit system or the prevention of fraud committed by operators of the system.

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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 unauthorised opening.
It applies to mechanical and electronic HSL. The following features may be included as optional subjects but they are not mandatory:
1)   recognised code for preventing code altering and/or enabling/disabling parallel codes;
2)   recognised code for disabling time set up;
3)   integration of alarm components or functions;
4)   remote control duties;
5)   resistance to attacks with acids;
6)   resistance to X-rays;
7)   resistance to explosives;
8)   time functions.

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This International Standard provides suggested guidelines for four temperature and humidity macroenvironments for archives that contain a variety of recording media, based on the corresponding ISO storage standards for those media. Whenever possible, it is advisable to follow the storage environments in the ISO storage standards. This International Standard does not replace these ISO storage standards. In addition to environment recommendations, those standards also include other vital information pertinent for the long-term keeping of recording materials, such as inspection, housing, and handling guidelines. Although microenvironments within a storage enclosure can be dependent upon the macroenvironment, they are not the focus of this International Standard. The storage of traditional paper collections is not within the scope of this International Standard. However, many archives containing mixed recording media also include such collections. Archivists are encouraged to review the appropriate standards (see References [1] and [2] in the Bibliography) for those materials. Nitrate-base photographic films are also included in this International Standard, since they are often stored together with other materials in spite of the fact that nitrate films represent a fire hazard and they need to be stored in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association standard[3] in the United States, or other applicable national standards. Moreover, fumes from decomposing nitrate film and acetate-base film can have very detrimental effects on other materials stored in the same area.[11] It is necessary to isolate such films in a separate storage area.

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This part of the European Standard EN 1047 specifies requirements for data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive data media (see 3.5) and hardware systems (see 3.6) from the effects of fire. A test method for measuring the resistance to mechanical stress (impact test) provided by data rooms type B and data containers is also specified. Requirements are also specified for test specimens, the technical documentation of the test specimens, materials specimens, physical fittings, the correlation of test specimens with the technical documentation and the preparation for type testing as well as test procedures. In addition, a scheme to classify data rooms and data containers from the test results is given (see Table 2). As well as providing protection against fire, correctly installed data rooms and data containers offer protection against impacts caused by failure during fire of components and objects external to the data room or data container. Data rooms and data containers having the same design, protection and construction features (type and thickness of construction and protective materials, rebate geometry, lockings, doors, etc.) will only be given the same protection classification as that of the test specimen if the tolerances are within the ranges specified in Table 1.

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TC Modification to 4.4, 2nd paragraph and 7.5.5.3, 1st paragraph (concerning the mother text and not the amendment/consolidation text)

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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 unauthorised opening.
It applies to mechanical and electronic HSL. The following features may be included as optional subjects but they are not mandatory:
1)   recognised code for preventing code altering and/or enabling/disabling parallel codes;
2)   recognised code for disabling time set up;
3)   integration of alarm components or functions;
4)   remote control duties;
5)   resistance to attacks with acids;
6)   resistance to X-rays;
7)   resistance to explosives;
8)   time functions.

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This part of EN 1047 specifies requirements for fire-resisting data rooms and data containers. It includes a method of test for the determination of the ability of data rooms and data containers to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents and associated hardware systems from the effects of fire outside the data room or data container. A test method for measuring the resistance to impact of data containers and some data rooms is also specified.

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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 part of this European Standard specifies requirements for fire resisting data cabinets. Two methods of test are specified to determine the ability of fire resisting data cabinets to protect temperature and humidity sensitive contents from the effects of fire: a fire endurance test and a fire shock and impact test.

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After "(floor and wall)", add "ATM safes and ATM bases".

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This European standard specifies requirements for high security locks (HSL) for their  reliability, resistance to burglary and unauthorized opening together with methods of test.  It also gives a classification scheme for HSL according to their security.

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