Secure storage units - Classification for high security locks according to their resistance to unauthorized opening

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.

Wertbehältnisse - Klassifizierung von Hochsicherheitsschlössern nach ihrem Widerstandswert gegen unbefugtes Öffnen

Diese Europäische Norm legt die Anforderungen an Hochsicherheitsschlösser hinsichtlich ihrer
Zuverlässigkeit, ihres Widerstandswertes gegen zerstörende Angriffe und gegen unbefugtes Öffnen sowie die
Prüfverfahren fest. Sie bietet außerdem ein Schema zur Klassifizierung von Hochsicherheitsschlössern auf
der Grundlage einer Bewertung ihres Widerstandswertes gegen zerstörende Angriffe und gegen unbefugtes
Öffnen.
Sie gilt für mechanische und elektronische Hochsicherheitsschlösser. Die Schlösser können die folgenden
Merkmale als Option enthalten, diese sind aber nicht zwingend erforderlich:
1) Berechtigungscode zur Verhinderung einer Codeänderung und/oder der Freigabe/Sperrung
eines Parallelcodes,
2) Berechtigungscode zur Freigabe einer Zeitschlossfunktion,
3) Einbau von Bauteilen oder Funktionen einer Alarmanlage,
4) Funktionen zur Fernsteuerung und -überwachung,
5) Widerstand gegen Angriffe mit Säuren,
6) Widerstand gegen Angriffe mit Röntgenstrahlung,
7) Widerstand gegen Angriffe mit Sprengstoffen,
8) Zeitfunktionen.

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Classification des serrures haute sécurité en fonction de leur résistance à l'éffraction

La présente Norme européenne spécifie des exigences relatives aux serrures haute sécurité (HSL) pour leur fiabilité, leur résistance à l’effraction et leur ouverture non autorisée ainsi que des méthodes d’essai. Elle fournit également un système de classification des HSL en fonction de leur résistance estimée à l’effraction et à l’ouverture non autorisée.
Elle s’applique aux HSL mécaniques et électroniques. Les caractéristiques suivantes peuvent être incluses optionnellement mais ne sont pas obligatoires :
1)   un code de paramétrage empêchant le changement du code et/ou l’activation/désactivation de codes parallèles ;
2)   un code de paramétrage pour l’annulation des paramètres temporels ;
3)   l’intégration de composants ou de fonctions d’alarme ;
4)   une fonction de contrôle à distance ;
5)   la résistance à l’ouverture aux acides ;
6)   la résistance aux rayons X ;
7)   la résistance aux explosifs ;
8)   des fonctions horaires

Varnostne shranjevalne enote - Klasifikacija visoko varnostnih ključavnic po odpornosti proti nepooblaščenemu odpiranju

Ta evropski standard določa zahteve za visokovarnostne ključavnice (HSL) za zanesljivost, odpornost proti vlamljanju in nepooblaščenemu odpiranju z metodami preskušanja. Prav tako zagotavlja shemo za klasifikacijo HSL v skladu z njihovo ocenjeno odpornostjo proti vlamljanju in nepooblaščenemu odpiranju. Velja za mehanske in elektronske HSL. Naslednje značilnosti so lahko vključene kot izbirni predmeti, vendar niso obvezne: 1) prepoznana koda za preprečevanje spremembe kode in/ali vklapljanje/izklapljanje vzporednih kod; 2) prepoznana koda za izklop časovne vzpostavitve; 3) integracija alarmnih komponent ali funkcij; 4) daljinsko upravljanje; 5) odpornost proti napadom s kislinami; 6) odpornost proti rentgenu; 8) časovne funkcije.

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Withdrawn
Publication Date
21-Jun-2011
Withdrawal Date
12-Nov-2013
Current Stage
9960 - Withdrawal effective - Withdrawal
Due Date
13-Nov-2013
Completion Date
13-Nov-2013

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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Wertbehältnisse - Klassifizierung von Hochsicherheitsschlössern nach ihrem Widerstandswert gegen unbefugtes ÖffnenUnités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Classification des serrures haute sécurité en fonction de leur résistance à l'éffractionSecure storage units - Classification for high security locks according to their resistance to unauthorized opening35.220.99Druge naprave za shranjevanje podatkovOther data storage devices13.310Varstvo pred kriminalomProtection against crimeICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 1300:2004+A1:2011SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011en,fr,de01-oktober-2011SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011SLOVENSKI

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SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011
EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM
EN 1300:2004+A1
June 2011 ICS 13.310 Supersedes EN 1300:2004English Version

Secure storage units - Classification for high security locks according to their resistance to unauthorized opening

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Classification des serrures haute sécurité en fonction de leur résistance à l'éffraction

Wertbehältnisse - Klassifizierung von Hochsicherheitsschlössern nach ihrem Widerstandswert gegen unbefugtes Öffnen This European Standard was approved by CEN on 24 March 2004 and includes Amendment 1 approved by CEN on 14 April 2011.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration. Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CEN member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

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B-1000 Brussels © 2011 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CEN national Members. Ref. No. EN 1300:2004+A1:2011: ESIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 2 Contents Page Foreword ................................................................................................................................................. 3 1 Scope.......................................................................................................................................... 4 2 Normative references ............................................................................................................... 4 3 Terms and definitions ............................................................................................................... 5 4 Classification ............................................................................................................................. 8 5 Requirements ............................................................................................................................ 8 6 Technical documentation ....................................................................................................... 14 7 Test specimens ....................................................................................................................... 15 8 Test methods ........................................................................................................................... 16 9 Test report ............................................................................................................................... 26 10 Marking .................................................................................................................................... 27 Annex A (normative)

!Parameters for installation".................................................................. 28 Annex B (normative)

Determination of manipulation resistance due to the design requirement ............................................................................................................................. 29 Annex C (normative)

Manufacturer’s aeclaration (applies only to key operated locks) ............. 38 Annex D (informative)

!Lock dimensions" ............................................................................... 39 Bibliography ......................................................................................................................................... 40

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EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 3 Foreword This document (EN 1300:2004+A1:2011) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 263 “Secure storage of cash, valuables and data media”, the secretariat of which is held by BSI. This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by December 2011, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by December 2011. This document includes Amendment 1, approved by CEN on 2011-04-14. This document supersedes !EN 1300:2004". The start and finish of text introduced or altered by amendment is indicated in the text by tags ! ". Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent rights. CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. This European Standard has been prepared by working group 3 of CEN/TC 263 as one of a series of standards for secure storage of cash valuables and data media. Other standards in the series have the following titles and further standards are in preparation: EN 1047-1, Secure storage units — Classification and methods of test for resistance to fire —

Part 1: Data cabinets EN 1047-2, Secure storage units — Classification and methods of test for resistance to fire —

Part 2: Data rooms and data containers EN 1143-1, Secure storage units — Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary — Part 1: Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms EN 1143-2, Secure storage units — Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary — Part 2: Deposit systems According to the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

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EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 4 1 Scope 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. 2 Normative references !The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies." EN 1143-1, Secure storage units — Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary — Part 1: Safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms !EN 50130-4:1995, Alarm systems — Part 4: Electromagnetic compatibility — Product family standard: Immunity requirements for components of fire, intruder and social alarm systems" !EN 60068-2-1:2007, Environmental testing — Part 2-1: Tests — Tests A: Cold

(IEC 60068-2-1:2007)" !EN 60068-2-2:2007, Environmental testing — Part 2-2: Tests — Tests B: Dry heat

(IEC 60068-2-2:2007)" !EN 60068-2-6, Environmental testing — Part 2-6: Tests — Tests Fc: Vibration (sinusoidal)

(IEC 60068-2-6:2007)" !EN 60068-2-17, Basic environmental testing procedures — Part 2: Tests — Test Q: Sealing

(IEC 60068-2-17:1994)" !EN 61000-4-2, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques — Part 4-2: Electrostatic discharge immunity test (IEC 61000-4-2:2008)" !EN 61000-4-3:2006, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4-3: Testing and measurement techniques — Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test

(IEC 61000-4-3:2006)" SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 5 !EN 61000-4-4:2004, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4-4: Testing and measurement techniques — Electrical fast transient / burst immunity test (IEC 61000-4-4:2004)" !EN 61000-4-5:2006, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques — Surge immunity test (IEC 61000-4-5:2005)" !EN 61000-4-6:2009, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4-6: Testing and measurement techniques — Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields (IEC 61000-4-6:2008)" !EN 61000-4-11:2004, Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 4-11: Testing and measurement techniques — Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests (IEC 61000-4-11:2004)" !EN ISO 6988", Metallic and other non-organic coatings — Sulfur dioxide test with general condensation of moisture (ISO 6988:1985) 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this European Standard, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1 High Security Lock (HSL) independent assembly normally fitted to doors of secure storage units, into which codes can be entered for comparison with memorized codes (processing unit) a correct match of an opening code allows movement of a blocking feature 3.2 code identification information required which can be entered into a HSL and which, if correct, enables the security status of the HSL to be changed 3.2.1 opening code identification information which allows the HSL to be opened 3.2.2 recognized code identification information which allows access to the processing unit. It may also be an opening code 3.2.3 duress code parallel code which initiates some additional function 3.2.4 parallel code opening code which has identical function to that of an existing opening code but constructed of different figures 3.3 coding means any method by which the code is held 3.3.1 material code code defined by the physical features or other properties of a token SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 6 3.3.2 mnemonic code remembered code consisting of numeric and/or alphabetic information 3.3.3 biometric code code comprising human characteristics !3.3.4 one time code code changing after each use generated by use of an algorithm" 3.4 input unit part of an HSL which communicates codes to a processing unit 3.5 processing unit part of an HSL which evaluates whether the input code is correct and enables or prevents movement of a locking device 3.6 locking device bolt stump or bolt stumps which form part of an HSL which enables or prevents movement of a blocking feature 3.7 token object whose physical form or properties defines a recognised code, e.g. a key 3.8 mechanical HSL HSL which is secured by means of mechanical elements only 3.9 electronic HSL HSL which is secured partly or fully by electrical or electronic elements 3.10 blocking feature part of a HSL which, after inputting the correct opening code moves, or can be moved, to either secure a door or prevent movement of boltwork. The bolt of a mechanical lock is an example of a blocking feature 3.11 destructive burglary attack which damages the HSL in such a manner that it is irreversible and cannot be hidden from the authorized user 3.12 reliability ability to function and achieve the security requirements of this standard after a large number of duty cycles 3.13 manipulation method of attack aimed at removing the blocking function without causing damage obvious to the user SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 7 NB: A HSL may function after manipulation although its security could be permanently degraded. 3.14 spying attack which involves attempted identification of the correct code without touching the HSL by hand, contacting it with a tool or using instruments 3.15 usable codes codes or tokens permitted by the manufacturer and conforming to the requirements of this standard. For mechanical HSL the number of usable codes is much less than the total number of codes to which the HSL can be set 3.16 scrambled condition coding elements are not in the configuration necessary for the HSL to be opened without entering the complete correct code or proper token 3.17 locking sequence series of actions which start with an open door and are complete when the door is closed, bolted, locked and secure 3.18 open door door is not in its frame 3.19 closed door door is within its frame ready for throwing its bolt(s) 3.20 bolted door bolts are thrown 3.21 locked door boltwork cannot be withdrawn because of the HSL 3.22 secured door door is closed, bolted and locked with an HSL in the secured HSL condition 3.23 secured HSL condition blocking feature is thrown and can only be withdrawn after entering the opening code(s) 3.24 normal condition after testing, the HSL specimen is in the secured HSL condition, and all design functions are

operating 3.25 operating condition after testing, the HSL specimen is in the secured HSL condition and can be unlocked with the opening code(s), but not all design functions are operable SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 8 3.26 fail secure after testing, the HSL specimen is in the secured HSL condition, but not all design functions are operable therefore it cannot be unlocked with the opening code(s) 3.27 resistance unit or:

Burglary resistance which results from one minute’s use of a tool carrying the coefficient of 1 and the basic value: 0 3.28 penalty time time delay because of time exceeding the limit of trials 4 Classification HSL are classified to an HSL class (A, B, C or D) according to Tables 1, 2 and 3 by their security requirements.

General requirements (see 5.1 and 5.2, 5.3) security and reliability requirements shall be met. NOTE HSL class A has the lowest requirements and HSL class D has the highest requirements. 5 Requirements 5.1 General requirements 5.1.1 Requirements for all Classes 5.1.1.1 By evaluation according to 8.1.2, the opening code(s) shall be retained as the only valid opening code(s) until deliberately reset. !Overlaying or undocumented code(s) are not permitted." 5.1.1.2 Where mnemonic codes are used with a HSL these must be able to be changed. 5.1.1.3 By evaluation according to 8.1.2, any supplementary device (e.g. micro switch) which is fitted by the HSL manufacturer shall not be capable of being used to obtain information about the code. 5.1.1.4 An input unit is a necessary part of a HSL although one input unit may operate more than one HSL (processing unit). Each HSL shall have a processing unit to accept the correct code from the input unit. Each HSL shall also incorporate a blocking feature or be capable of causing movement of a blocking feature. If this feature has to be activated before first use a note to this effect is to be included in the instructions for the use of the lock. 5.1.1.5 If the blocking feature is not moved manually there shall be a means of indicating whether the HSL has been secured, locked and scrambled. 5.1.1.6 By evaluation according to 8.1.2 an opening code shall not be capable of being altered or being changed other than by a recognised code. 5.1.2 Class D HSL 5.1.2.1 Means shall be provided by which the locking status, locked or unlocked, is made obvious. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 9 5.1.2.2 By evaluation according to 8.1.2 a mechanical combination HSL shall be in a scrambled condition after locking. 5.1.2.3 A Class D HSL shall contain a device which indicates the scrambled condition. 5.1.3 Mechanical Key Operated HSL 5.1.3.1 By evaluation according to 8.1.2, for Class A HSL (see Clause 4), the same code shall not be repeated until at least 80 % of the usable codes have been used. 5.1.3.2 By evaluation according to 8.1.2, codes (and sets of code tokens) shall be chosen at random. 5.1.3.3 By evaluation according to 8.1.2 there shall be no number or marking on either token or HSL which identifies the code. !Also no legitimization card shall be issued." 5.1.3.4 It shall not be possible to remove the key from a HSL whilst that HSL is in the open position except for code changing. This requirement is applicable to all Classes. Note that it is acceptable for this feature to be activated immediately prior to the first use of the HSL. 5.1.3.5 !The key shall not break under the applied maximum torque of 2,5 Nm. The test is to be conducted according to 8.2.1.4." !5.1.3.6 In addition to the foregoing requirements the manufacturer is also to complete the declaration set out in Annex C." 5.1.4 Lift heights for mechanical key locks 5.1.4.1 Usable codes shall not have more than 40 % of the coding elements (levers) of the same lift height. 5.1.4.2 Usable codes shall not have more than two neighbouring elements, e.g., two levers next to each other, with the same lift height. 5.1.4.3 In usable codes the difference between the highest and lowest lift height shall be more than 60 % of the maximum lift height difference of the HSL. 5.1.5 Electronic HSL 5.1.5.1 Electronic HSL with more than one parallel code shall retain the records of the opening events used according to Table 1 and shall have the means to retain the record for at least 1 year, even in the event of a power failure. 5.1.5.2 When the electronic HSL is secured further communication with the processing unit shall only be possible by inputting a recognised code and to display the lock status. 5.1.5.3 The input unit of Classes B, C and D of electronic HSL shall be fixed to the door to be secured or to the door frame of the secure storage unit and shall not be capable of being forcibly removed without causing permanent traces or damage or a signal obvious to the user. This shall be verified in accordance with 8.1.2. 5.1.5.4 Unauthorised attempts to gain access to the security relevant parts of the input unit of Classes B, C and D electronic HSL shall not be possible without causing permanent traces or damage or a signal obvious to the user. This shall be verified according to 8.1.2. 5.1.5.5 Class A electronic HSL input units can be separated from the HSL but they should remain permanently and visibly connected to the door or door frame of the secure storage unit with a shielded cable. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 10 5.1.5.6 If the Penalty Time is active there shall be a clear indication, in all classes of HSL, to the user. 5.1.5.7 Low Battery Indication: battery powered locks shall be able to operate for at least 3 000 complete lock openings. The battery capacity shall be monitored. In the case of a low battery/low batteries an audible or visual signal shall occur during or immediately after an opening process. After the first low battery signal at least ten (10) complete opening and locking processes shall still be possible. Where it is possible to connect power from the outside it will not be necessary to meet this requirement. !5.1.5.8 The processing unit for code evaluation shall be located inside the secure storage unit. 5.1.5.9 As of class B, electronic HSL have to be tested against influences by power supply according to chapter 8.2.5." 5.2 Security requirements 5.2.1 Usable codes The minimum number of usable codes when tested in accordance with 8.2.1 for each class and type of HSL shall be as given in Table 1. !The minimum number of 25 000 codes for mechanical key locks of class A shall be sufficient only if the required manipulation resistance as in Table 1 is ascertained by a manual test according to 8.2.2. As of 80 000 codes or more, the manual manipulation test is not mandatory any more." HSL with parallel codes:

the minimum number of usable codes shall be multiplied by the number of possible parallel codes. HSL with variable opening code lengths:

the smallest number of used figures which the HSL is able to accept for opening code input shall be used for the calculation of usable codes. It shall not be possible to open mechanical key operated HSL with additional keys when tested in accordance with 8.2.1.3. 5.2.2 HSL having over ride feature HSL with an over ride feature (e.g. an electronic HSL having a mechanical override) shall be classified by the least secure system used. 5.2.3 Manipulation resistance 5.2.3.1 Limit of trials The maximum number of trials per hour which can be made shall be as shown in Table 1. NOTE Mechanical token HSL are not included in Table 1 because the time taken for changing tokens sufficiently limits the rate of trials. 5.2.3.2 Manipulation The minimum resistance values, M, given in Table 1 shall be exceeded by at least two of the three test specimens in the tests for manipulation resistance made according to 8.2.2. 5.2.4 Destructive burglary resistance The minimum resistance values given in Table 1 shall be exceeded in tests in which an external force is applied according to 8.2.3. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 11 5.2.5 Spying resistance 5.2.5.1 Any information entered into an electronic HSL shall be unrecognisable 30 s after entry, even if only part of the opening code has been entered. 5.2.5.2 For HSL classes C and D the included angle over which code information can optically be observed shall be not more than 30° about the centre-line !as defined in 8.2.4". !5.2.5.3 Direct code input via the keypad using the fixed position of figures is not permitted for Class C and D HSL. This does not apply if a one time code is used." 5.2.6 Electrical and electromagnetic resistance 5.2.6.1 Mains powered electronic HSL shall remain in the normal condition during mains supply voltage variations, voltage dips and short interruptions; tested according to 8.2.5.5. During any power loss when an electronic HSL is in its secured HSL condition it shall remain secured. (see 8.2.5.3). Mains powered HSL shall be capable of being secured during a failure of mains supply lasting up to 12 h. (see 8.2.5.4). 5.2.6.2 After testing in accordance with 8.2.5.6 electronic HSL tested for electrostatic discharge resistance shall meet the requirements of Table 2. During this testing specimens shall not change from the secured HSL condition for longer than 5 ms. 5.2.6.3 During the testing of electronic HSL for resistance to radiated electromagnetic fields in accordance with 8.2.5.9, the requirements of Table 2 shall be met. 5.2.6.4 After testing of a mains powered electronic HSL (and any attached cable of more than 10m in length connected to external equipment) for resistance to fast transient bursts in according to 8.2.5.7 the requirements of Table 2 shall be met. During this testing specimens shall not change from the secured HSL condition for longer than 5 ms. 5.2.6.5 After testing electronic HSL for surge immunity according to 8.2.5.8 the requirements of Table 2 shall be met. During this testing specimens shall not change from the secured HSL condition for longer than 5 ms. 5.2.7 Physical environmental resistance !All HSLs shall be tested according to 8.2.6.1, 8.2.6.2 and 8.2.6.3 for resistance to vibration, shock and immersion." 5.2.8 Temperature resistance 5.2.8.1 Cold The electronic HSL shall be in its normal condition after the test in accordance with 8.2.7.1 for 16 h at –10 °C. 5.2.8.2 Heat During testing in accordance with 8.2.7.2, for 16 h at +55 °C the electronic HSL shall be in its normal condition. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 12 Table 1 — Security Requirements for all HSL Class and Type Minimum No of retained Minimum No of usable codes for each type of coding Maximum No of trials per hour for each type of coding means Manipulation resistance

M Destructive burglary resistance D
records of
Minimum Minimum
opening
Resistance Resistance
events
units RU units RU
Any
Mnemonic
Material
Mnemonic
Coding Coding 2)
Electronic None 25 000 80 000 300 30 80
Mechanical Not 25 000 80 000 Not 30 80
applicable
applicable
Electronic 10 100 000 100 000 100 60 135
Mechanical Not
applicable 100 000 100 000 Not applicable 60 135 C
Electronic 50 1 000 000 1 000 000 30 100 250
Mechanical Not 1 000 000 1 000 000 Not applicable 100 250
Applicable
Electronic 500 3 000 000 3 000 000 10 620 500
Mechanical Not 3 000 000 3 000 000 10 1) 620 500
applicable
Excluding key operated locks.
The minimum number of figures required, for electronic locks only, is six (6).
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EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 13 !Table 2 — Minimum requirements for electrical and electromagnetic resistance at the test conditions shown Resistance against radiated radio-frequency electromagnetic fields (Test method EN 61000-4-3)

HSL class Lock conditions a Test
A to B
O b FS b conditions C to D O
O b

Test level 3 4 c Resistance against conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields (Test method EN 61000-4-6)

HSL class Lock conditions a Test
A to B O
FS b conditions C to D
O b FS

Test level 3 3 Resistance to electrostatic discharge, fast transient bursts and high energy voltage surge

HSL class Lock conditions a
A to D O FS
EN 61000-4-2 4
Test level EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5

4 a N > Normal operation O > Operable FS > Fail secure b Denotes the condition under which the HSL should be tested c Frequency range 200 MHz to 2 GHz

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EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 14 !Table 3 — Physical environmental conditions Vibration resistance (Test method EN 60068-2-6, endurance by sweeping) HSL class Acceleration g Frequency range Hz Cycles A to B 1 10 to 150 10 C to D 2 10 to 150 10

" 5.3 Reliability requirements 5.3.1 After being subjected to 10 000 cycles according to 8.3.1, the HSL shall be in its normal condition. 5.3.2 Code input by rotating a dial shall not deviate from the setting by more than 1 % of the total setting range after testing for dynamic code input to !8.3.3". 5.3.3 Code changeable HSL shall be in the normal condition after 100 code changes have been made, according to 8.3.2. 5.3.4 After testing for corrosion resistance by exposure to three cycles in accordance with EN ISO 6988 the HSL shall be in an operational condition. A completely assembled HSL is to be subjected to this test but batteries may be excluded. 6 Technical documentation 6.1 The following technical documentation shall accompany the test specimen: 6.2 Detailed construction drawings, with dimensions and tolerances. 6.3 The calculation of usable codes and all relevant parameters for that calculation. 6.4 Characteristics of detaining features including:

dimension of the bolt head or other blocking component;

blocking feature movement during locking of the bolt head or blocking element. 6.5 All dimensional values necessary for linking or connecting the HSL to external devices (e.g. code input device, means by which blocking feature is moved) including:

size of code entry hole (e.g. keyhole);
sizes of spindles, dials and dial rings;
size(s) of cable connections. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 15 6.6 Detailed description of the means for setting and changing codes and any precautions to be observed. 6.7 Recommended methods of installation. 6.8 Software and hardware documentation for electronic HSL including:

software structure;
circuit diagram;
program code listing;
operating manual. 6.9 Description of the software method used to:
store codes;
read out codes;
protect the access to stored data and program;
avoid memory damage;

manipulation blocking. 6.10 Statement of the high security lock (HSL) class the HSL is expected to meet. 7 Test specimens 7.1 A minimum of four test specimens shall be provided. If manipulation resistance testing is to be carried out three additional specimens shall be provided. These three specimens shall be sealed, will have their opening codes selected at random and these codes shall not be known to the test teams. The applicant shall supply test specimens for manipulation testing mounted on a steel plate with cover according to 8.1.3. NOTE Specimens for manipulation resistance testing can have specific dimensional values within the limits of the technical documentation, selected by the test house. 7.2 Each test specimen shall include all security relevant parts of the HSL, specifically

the input unit;
the processing unit;
the locking device;
the blocking feature;
any override device;

any other part upon which the security of the specimen depends. SIST EN 1300:2004+A1:2011

EN 1300:2004+A1:2011 (E) 16 7.3 When the test specimens are mechanical key locks one specimen shall have two additional keys - as well as the correct key. One additional key shall have one step which is one step increment height higher than the same step

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