Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of tests for resistance to burglary - Part 2: Deposit systems

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.

Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 2: Deposit-Systeme

Diese Europäische Norm legt Anforderungen und Prüfverfahren für Deposit-Systeme fest und klassifiziert die Systeme nach ihrem Widerstand gegen Einbruchdiebstahl und Diebstahl der Deposits.
Diese Europäische Norm umfasst zwei Arten von Deposit-Systemen:
-   Nachttresore, die Kunden von Kreditinstituten ohne Zugriff auf den Inhalt des Nachttresors zur Verfügung stehen.
-   Deposit-Safes, die Angestellten eines Unternehmens ohne Zugriff auf den Inhalt des Deposit-Safes zum Deponieren von Geld oder Werten zur Verfügung stehen. Voraussetzung für die Installation des Deposit-Safes nach dieser Norm ist, dass die Depositfunktionen sich in den Räumen des Unternehmens befinden und nur den Angestellten des Unternehmens zugänglich sind.
ANMERKUNG   Ein Deposit-System besteht aus einer Aufnahmeeinheit, einer Einwurfeinheit sowie ggf. einem Fallschacht.
Diese Europäische Norm umfasst Konstruktionsanforderungen für Deposit-Systeme mit programmierbaren Steuerungen einschließlich der dazugehörigen Software. Die Prüfung der Steuerungshardware ist auf mechanische oder elektromechanische Angriffe auf elektrische Motoren, Sensoren, Spulen und ähnliche Bauteile beschränkt; Softwareprüfungen wie Versuche, die Steuerungssoftware oder Steuerungshardware zu beeinflussen, sind jedoch nicht Teil dieser Norm.
Deposit-Systeme können über Bauteile verfügen, die Funktionen, wie z. B. Nutzeridentifikation bzw. Zählen und Registrieren von Geld steuern. Prüfungen und Anforderungen für die Klassifizierung dieser Funktionen sind nicht enthalten.
Diese Europäische Norm behandelt nicht den Schutz von Personen, die das Deposit-System nutzen, oder den Schutz vor Betrug durch das Bedienpersonal.

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Exigences, classification et méthodes d'essai pour la résistance à l'effraction - Partie 2: Systèmes de dépôt

La présente Norme européenne spécifie les exigences et les méthodes d’essai relatives aux systèmes de dépôt et établit le classement de ces systèmes en fonction de leur résistance à l’effraction et de leur résistance au vol des dépôts.
La présente Norme européenne traite de deux types de systèmes de dépôt :
-   les coffres « dépôt de nuit », qui offrent des services de dépôt aux clients d’institutions financières sans donner accès au contenu du coffre « dépôt de nuit » ;
-   les coffres « dépôt de fonds », qui permettent au personnel d’une entreprise de placer de l’argent ou des objets de valeur en lieu sûr sans donner accès au contenu du coffre « dépôt de fonds ». La condition d’installation pour le coffre « dépôt de fonds » conformément à la présente Norme européenne est que les fonctions de dépôt soient installées à l’intérieur des locaux de l’entreprise et ne soient à disposition que du personnel de l’entreprise.
NOTE   Un système de dépôt se compose d’une unité de réception, d’une unité d’introduction et, dans certains cas, d’une chute.
La présente Norme européenne comprend des exigences de conception pour les systèmes de dépôt commandés par des contrôleurs programmables et pour les logiciels correspondants. L’essai relatif au matériel du contrôleur est restreint aux attaques mécaniques ou électromécaniques de moteurs électriques, de capteurs, de bobines et dispositifs similaires. Toutefois, les essais portant sur le logiciel consistant par exemple à tenter d’influencer le logiciel du contrôleur ou le matériel du contrôleur ne font pas partie de la présente norme.
Les systèmes de dépôt peuvent être équipés de dispositifs de fonctionnement comme des moyens permettant d’identifier l’utilisateur et/ou de compter et d’enregistrer l’argent. Les essais relatifs à la classification de ce type de fonctions et les exigences la concernant ne sont pas inclus.
La présente Norme européenne ne traite pas de la sécurité des personnes utilisant les systèmes de dépôt, ni de la prévention de fraude commise par les opérateurs du système de dépôt.

Varnostne shranjevalne enote - Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja protivlomne odpornosti - 2. del: Depozitni sistemi

EN 1143-2 določa zahteve in preskusne metode za depozitne sisteme ter razvršča sisteme glede na njihovo protivlomno odpornost in odpornost proti kraji depozitov. Ta evropski standard vključuje dve vrsti depozitnih sistemov. - nočni trezorji, ki zagotavljajo depozitne storitve strankam finančnih institucij in ne omogočajo dostopa do vsebine nočnega trezorja. - depozitni trezorji, ki zaposlenim v družbi omogočajo varno hranjenje denarja ali dragocenosti in ne omogočajo dostopa do vsebine depozitnega trezorja. Pogoj namestitve depozitnega trezorja v skladu s tem standardom je, da morajo biti depozitne funkcije nameščene v prostorih družbe in morajo biti na voljo le zaposlenim v družbi. Deli depozitnega sistema so prevzemna enota, enota za vnos in v nekaterih primerih jašek. Standard vključuje zahteve za načrtovanje depozitnih sistemov, ki jih nadzorujejo programirljivi krmilniki, in programsko opremo programirljivih krmilnikov. Preskušanje strojne opreme krmilnikov je omejeno na mehanske in elektromehanske napade električnih naprav, senzorjev, tuljav in podobnih naprav; preskušanje programske opreme z namenom vplivanja na programsko ali strojno opremo krmilnika pa ni vključeno v ta standard. Depozitni sistemi imajo lahko naprave za funkcije, kot so identifikacija uporabnika in/ali štetje ter registracija denarja. Preskusi takih funkcij in zahteve za razvrstitev takih funkcij niso vključeni. Ta standard ne vključuje zaščite oseb, ki uporabljajo depozitni sistem, ali preprečevanje goljufij, ki jih storijo upravljavci depozitnega sistema.

General Information

Status
Published
Public Enquiry End Date
30-May-2012
Publication Date
09-Jun-2014
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
29-May-2014
Due Date
03-Aug-2014
Completion Date
10-Jun-2014

RELATIONS

Buy Standard

Standard
SIST EN 1143-2:2014
English language
50 pages
sale 10% off
Preview
sale 10% off
Preview

e-Library read for
1 day

Standards Content (sample)

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.Varnostne shranjevalne enote - Zahteve, klasifikacija in metode preskušanja protivlomne odpornosti - 2. del: Depozitni sistemiWertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 2: Deposit-SystemeUnités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Exigences, classification et méthodes d'essai pour la résistance à l'effraction - Partie 2: Systèmes de dépôtSecure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of tests for resistance to burglary - Part 2: Deposit systems35.220.99Druge naprave za shranjevanje podatkovOther data storage devices13.310Varstvo pred kriminalomProtection against crimeICS:Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z:EN 1143-2:2014SIST EN 1143-2:2014en,fr,de01-julij-2014SIST EN 1143-2:2014SLOVENSKI

STANDARDSIST EN 1143-2:20021DGRPHãþD
SIST EN 1143-2:2014
EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM
EN 1143-2
May 2014 ICS 13.310 Supersedes EN 1143-2:2001English Version

Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of tests for resistance to burglary - Part 2: Deposit systems

Unités de stockage en lieux sûrs - Exigences, classification et méthodes d'essai pour la résistance à l'effraction - Partie 2: Systèmes de dépôt

Wertbehältnisse - Anforderungen, Klassifizierung und Methoden zur Prüfung des Widerstandes gegen Einbruchdiebstahl - Teil 2: Deposit-Systeme This European Standard was approved by CEN on 20 December 2013.

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, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.

EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATION
COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION EUROPÄISCHES KOMITEE FÜR NORMUNG
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre:
Avenue Marnix 17,

B-1000 Brussels © 2014 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CEN national Members. Ref. No. EN 1143-2:2014 ESIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 2 Contents Page Foreword ..............................................................................................................................................................3 Introduction .........................................................................................................................................................5 1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................................6 2 Normative references ............................................................................................................................6 3 Terms and definitions ...........................................................................................................................6 4 Classification and requirements ..........................................................................................................9 5 Technical documentation .................................................................................................................. 13 6 Test specimen ..................................................................................................................................... 15 7 Test program ....................................................................................................................................... 16 8 Tool attack tests.................................................................................................................................. 18 9 Access tool attack tests ..................................................................................................................... 23 10 Deposit tool attack tests (removal of deposits) ............................................................................... 27 11 Fixing system tool attack tests ......................................................................................................... 36 12 Test report and test records .............................................................................................................. 40 13 Marking ................................................................................................................................................ 41 Annex A (informative)

Examples of different design of deposit systems .................................................. 42 Annex B (informative)

Examples of integrated and distributed deposit system ....................................... 43 B.1 Integrated deposit system ................................................................................................................. 43 B.2 Different distributed deposit systems .............................................................................................. 44 Annex C (informative)

Additional tools for deposit tool attack tests .......................................................... 48 Annex D (informative)

Structure of test clauses ........................................................................................... 50

SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 3 Foreword This document (EN 1143-2:2014) 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 November 2014, and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by November 2014. 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 document supersedes EN 1143-2:2001. The main changes of EN 1143-2:2014 compared to EN 1143-2:2001 are as follows: a) Editorial - Restructuring and rewording The text has been restructured and reworded to make the standard easier to read and understand. Mainly the test clauses of deposit system attacks have been changed so the cross-references in the document are reduced. A new tool list (Annex C) of “Additional tools for deposit tool attack tests (manipulation and fishing devices)” has been added. b) Technical - Implementation of relevant additions and changes in EN 1143-1 since 2001 During the period from December 2001 when the second part of EN 1143 (EN 1143-2) was issued up to now, part 1 of the standard (EN 1143-1) has been reviewed several times and two amendments have been published. Furthermore: — CD attacks as in EN 1143-1:1997 have not been implemented as an option; — GAS explosive attacks as in EN 1143-1:2012 have been implemented as an option (see 9.4 and 10.4). c) Fixing system test Night safes and deposit safes now have the identical test procedure on their fixing system (see Clause 11). The anchoring test now complies with that of ATM safes according to EN 1143-1:2012. It is first attempted to remove or weaken any external fixings, then a force is applied and afterwards a tool attack test on the fixing attachments is performed. d) Updating of references The references in the existing standard were out of date and were therefore updated. e) Reduction of the scope The scope has been reduced so the standard is valid only for deposit systems with receiving units (when closed) having at least one internal side ≤ 1 m (see 4.3). SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 4 f) Distributed systems Requirements of distributed systems were added (see 4.4.3). Examples of integrated and distributed deposit systems are given in Annex B. This European Standard is one of a series of product standards for secure storage units of different types. 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, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 5 Introduction This European Standard gives the possibility to classify deposit systems according to their resistance to burglary attacks. The laboratory tests simulate known attack methods and such methods and tools which are supposed to be used for attacking these types of products. Human intervention tests are included. The results and repeatability of these depend on the skill of the testing team. Testing laboratories are therefore recommended to participate in inter-laboratory activities to ensure that the standard is used in an overall common approach. Otherwise, results from different laboratories may differ too much. The tests and requirements in this standard are based on the following assumptions (conditions) of use and installation of deposit systems: Deposit safe: For deposit safes, the depositing functions are inside the premises of the company and are only intended to be disposable for the authorized personnel of the company. It is assumed that the authorized personnel carry out the depositions. Deposit safes are installed so the deposit functions are not available for the public. It is also assumed that a burglar does not have the code or key to the deposit functions for some kind of attacks. Night safe: For night safes, the depositing functions are available to customers of financial institutions and, if locked, are disposable only for the authorized personnel of the customer. Night safes are installed so the deposit functions are available also for the public. It is also assumed that a burglar may have the code or key to the depositing functions. Receiving units are basically safes according to EN 1143-1 which have apertures necessary for operation of the deposit system. Examples of different design of deposit systems are given in Annex A. Deposit systems are classified in a system of grades, corresponding to that of EN 1143-1. In addition, there are requirements and test methods for burglary and manipulation of the deposit system functions. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 6 1 Scope This European Standard 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 European Standard is that the depositing functions are installed inside the premises of the company and are only disposable for the personnel of the company. NOTE Parts of a deposit system are a receiving unit, an input unit and in some cases, a chute. This European 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 European Standard does not cover protection of persons using the deposit system or the prevention of fraud committed by operators of the deposit system. 2 Normative references The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. EN 1143-1:2012, Secure storage units - Requirements, classification and methods of test for resistance to burglary - Part 1: Safes, ATM safes, strongroom doors and strongrooms EN 1300, Secure storage units - Classification for high security locks according to their resistance to unauthorized opening EN ISO/IEC 17025, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories (ISO/IEC 17025) 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in EN 1143-1 and EN 1300 and the following apply. 3.1 Deposit system definitions 3.1.1 deposit system assembly of a receiving unit and an input unit and optionally a chute for their inter-connection and with all features for depositing and protection Note 1 to entry: Deposit systems can be either deposit safes or night safes. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 7 Note 2 to entry: A deposit system serves the purpose to securely accept and securely store deposits of cash and/or valuables. 3.1.2 deposit safe deposit system whose requirements are related to the security provisions needed to enable employees to deposit into the receiving unit without having to unlock the receiving unit door Note 1 to entry:

The input unit of this system is intended to be used only by the employees and not be placed in a public area. 3.1.3 night safe deposit system whose security requirements relate to use by financial institutions for providing a secure receiving service for customer deposits without having to unlock the receiving unit door Note 1 to entry:

The input unit of this system are intended to be used by the customers of financial institutions and can be placed in a public area. 3.1.4 receiving unit secure storage unit with openings necessary to accommodate a deposit system 3.1.5 internal space interior of the receiving unit which is bounded by the inside surfaces and the boltwork cover plate(s) of the door of the receiving unit body and excluding parts of the chute or input unit (if any) inside the receiving unit 3.1.6 design capacity usable internal space for storing deposits 3.1.7 input unit user-access facility into which deposits are placed for passing into the receiving unit Note 1 to entry: Access to input units may be controlled by locks or devices that may provide identification of the depositor. Note 2 to entry: In this context ‘input unit’ refers to the device intended for deposit items, as opposed to the input unit for locks in EN 1300. 3.1.8 chute optional connection between input unit and receiving unit through which the deposit passes 3.1.9 deposit item placed into the input unit and intended for passing into the receiving unit Note 1 to entry: The deposit may be money or valuables that are deposited in special containers, bags or envelopes, or single bank notes or bunches of bank notes. 3.1.10 integrated deposit system deposit system controlled by programmable controllers in which the physical deposit sequences cannot be changed through links to devices outside the receiving unit Note 1 to entry: For an example of integrated deposit system, see Annex B. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 8 Note 2 to entry: It is permitted that the controller of the integrated deposit system transmits data about the system status and events. 3.1.11 distributed deposit system deposit system controlled by programmable controllers in which the physical deposit sequences can be changed through links to devices outside the receiving unit Note 1 to entry: For an example of distributed deposit system, see Annex B. 3.1.12 base any part of a deposit system which is between the receiving unit and the surface to which it is to be anchored Note 1 to entry: A base is used to place a deposit system input unit at a convenient height for use. 3.1.13 deposit sequence all steps in the cycle that a deposit system performs from when it has been activated by the depositor and until the system has returned to the position from where it can be activated again 3.1.14 controller unit device consisting of electronic hardware and software and have the purpose to operate the deposit sequence 3.1.15 remote access communication from outside the receiving unit, through a data link that gives the possibility to control / influence the deposit sequence of a distributed system 3.2 Deposit tool attack definitions NOTE The deposit tool attacks in 3.2.1 to 3.2.7 are different types of attacks with the intension to remove one or several deposits from the deposit system. Detailed information about conditions for testing and criteria’s are in Clause 10. 3.2.1 forcing destructive attack with the intention to remove several deposits from the receiving unit 3.2.2 forcing EX destructive attack including plastic explosives with the intention to remove several deposits from the receiving unit 3.2.3 forcing GAS destructive attack including gas explosives with the intention to remove several deposits from the receiving unit 3.2.4 deposit retrieval manipulative non-destructive attack without leaving traces with the intention to remove one deposit from the receiving unit 3.2.5 fishing manipulative non-destructive attack with the intention to remove several deposits from the receiving unit from the still functioning deposit system SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 9 3.2.6 trapping last deposit manipulative attack by means of introduction of devices that prevent one deposit from reaching the receiving unit and then to remove it from the deposit system 3.2.7 repeated trapping manipulative attack by means of introduction of devices that prevent several deposits from reaching the receiving unit and then to remove them from the still functioning deposit system 4 Classification and requirements 4.1 Classification Deposit systems are classified in different grades according to Table 1. Deposit safes are designated with “D” and night safes are designated with “N”. In addition to the basic grades there are two possible options: “EX” and “GAS”. These can be individual or in combination with each other (for example N-V EX GAS). The “EX” indicates that the deposit system also complies with the requirements for Partial access EX – explosive tool attack test and Deposit forcing EX tool attack test. The “GAS” indicates that the deposit system also complies with the requirements for Partial access GAS – explosive tool attack test and Deposit forcing GAS tool attack test. Table 1 — Possible classifications of deposit systems Deposit safe (D) classification Night safe (N) classification Basic grading Options a Basic grading Options a EX GAS EX GAS D-0 — — — — — D-I — — — — — D-II D-II EX D-II GAS N-II N-II EX N-II GAS D-III D-III EX D-III GAS N-III N-III EX N-III GAS D-IV D-IV EX D-IV GAS N-IV N-IV EX N-IV GAS D-V D-V EX D-V GAS N-V N-V EX N-V GAS — — — N-VI N-VI EX N-VI GAS — — — N-VII N-VII EX N-VII GAS — — — N-VIII N-VIII EX N-VIII GAS — — — N-IX N-IX EX N-IX GAS — — — N-X N-X EX N-X GAS NOTE

The basic grade limits are the same as those of EN 1143–1 where applicable. a All additional requirements for EX respective GAS shall be fulfilled.

4.2 General requirements 4.2.1 Holes in protection material There shall be no holes through the protection material of an input unit or chute other than those necessary for user identification (e.g. locks, card readers, etc.), cables, and insertion of deposits. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 10 There shall be no holes through the protection material of a receiving unit other than those for locks, cables, anchoring and the aperture for the input unit or chute. 4.2.2 Cable hole Deposit systems of grade III and higher shall either have a hole for a cable or a preparation enabling a connection to be made to an alarm system after the secure storage unit has been installed. Unused cable entry openings shall be obstructed or plugged by means that cannot be removed from the outside without leaving visible traces. 4.2.3 User instructions Deposit systems shall be provided with instructions for: — operating and maintenance, including instructions in respect of the locks, — anchoring, — system installation for built-in deposit systems, — deposit sizes recommended, — the depositor. 4.3 Requirements for receiving units 4.3.1 Dimensions The receiving unit shall, when closed, have at least one internal side ≤ 1 m. 4.3.2 Boltwork cover plate Receiving unit shall have an internal boltwork cover plate which prevents unauthorized viewing of the locks and boltwork, and access to them, when the door is open. Boltwork cover plates shall be secured so that they cannot be opened or removed by an unauthorized person without leaving visible traces. Boltwork cover plates may be secured so that they only can be opened or removed by using the correct key or code or by breaking a seal. 4.3.3 Locks: number and class The receiving unit shall be fitted with locks conforming to EN 1300, in accordance with Tables 2 and 3. Time locks and/or time delay locks may be mounted in addition to the locks listed in Tables 2 and 3. 4.3.4 Partial and complete access When tested in accordance with Clause 9, the receiving unit shall provide the resistance value to complete access and partial access, partial access EX (optional), partial access GAS (optional) specified in Tables 2 and 3 for the relevant grade. These requirements do not apply to the aperture for the input unit or chute. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 11 4.3.5 Fixing system Receiving units in deposit systems shall have a fixing system by which they can be anchored. When tested in accordance with 11.1 and 11.2, the fixing system shall provide the resistance values specified in Table 2 and Table 3 for the relevant grade. Table 2 — Minimum requirements for deposit safe (D) receiving unit Grade Tool attack resistance values Requirements are expressed in Resistance Units (RU) Locks according to EN 1300 Complete Access Partial Access Fixing system General Options Test without force Test with

forcea Qty

Class EX GAS D-0 30 30 –- –- 30 18 1 A D-I 50 30 –- –- 30 18 1 A D-II (EX, GAS) 80 50 4 4 50 22 1 A D-III (EX, GAS)

120 80 6 6 50 22 1 B D-IV (EX, GAS) 180 120 9 9 50 22 2 B D-V (EX, GAS) 270 180 14 14 50 22 2 B a For Grade D-0 to Grade D-III applicable force is maximum 50 kN. For Grade D-IV and Grade D-V applicable force is maximum 100 kN. (See 11.1 and 11.2) Table 3 — Minimum requirements for night safe (N) receiving unit Grade Tool attack resistance values Requirements are expressed in Resistance Units (RU) Locks according to EN 1300 Complete Access Partial Access Fixing system General Options Test without force Test with forcea Qty Class

EX GAS N-II (EX, GAS) 80 50 4 4 50 22 1 A N-III (EX, GAS)

120 80 6 6 50 22 1 B N-IV (EX, GAS) 180 120 9 9 50 22 2 B N-V (EX, GAS) 270 180 14 14 50 22 2 B N-VI (EX, GAS) 400 270 20 20 70 22 2 C N-VII (EX, GAS) 600 400 30 30 120 22 2 C N-VIII (EX, GAS) 825 550 41 41 160 22 2 C N-IX (EX, GAS) 1050 700 53 53 210 22 2 C N-X (EX, GAS) 1350 900 68 68 280 22 2 C a For Grade N-II to Grade N-III applicable force is maximum 50 kN. For Grade N-IV to Grade N-X applicable force is maximum 100 kN. (See 11.1 and 11.2) 4.4 System requirements 4.4.1 General System requirements are related to the resistance of removal of one or more deposits from the system under conditions specified under Clause 10 for different types of deposit tool attack tests. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 12 Deposit systems in which the deposit sequence and other sequences are controlled by programmable controllers shall conform to 4.4.2 (for integrated deposit systems) and 4.4.3 (for distributed deposit systems). 4.4.2 Integrated deposit systems 4.4.2.1 Predefined deposit sequence and other predefined sequences shall be controlled by devices inside the receiving unit. 4.4.2.2 It shall not be possible to change the software containing the predefined sequences unless the receiving unit door is open. 4.4.2.3 The controller unit shall be secured by a protective cover. The cover shall not be possible to open or remove by an unauthorized person without leaving visible traces or result in operation failure. Means shall be provided to indicate that tampering of the controller unit has taken place. 4.4.2.4 From outside of the receiving unit it shall only be possible to initiate predefined sequences in the deposit system. 4.4.2.5 The software controlling the sequences of the deposit system capture shall be identified with a unique version number. 4.4.3 Distributed deposit systems 4.4.3.1 If the predefined deposit sequence and other predefined sequences are controlled or changed from outside the receiving unit, the control signals shall be protected by cryptography. The requirements for cryptography described in EN 1300 are applicable also for distributed systems. 4.4.3.2 The software controlling the sequences of deposit system shall be identified with a unique version number. 4.4.3.3 The controller unit shall be protected by a lock and access control such that unauthorized entry results in visible traces or in operation failure. 4.4.4 Resistance to deposit tool attacks When tested in accordance with Clause 10, a deposit safe shall provide the resistance to forcing, forcing EX (option), forcing GAS (option), fishing and deposit retrieval specified in Table 4 for the relevant grade. When tested in accordance with Clause 10, a night safe shall provide the resistance to forcing, forcing EX (option), forcing GAS (option), fishing, deposit retrieval, trapping last deposit and repeated trapping specified in Table 5 for the relevant grade. SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 13 Table 4 — Minimum requirements for deposit tool attacks for deposit safe (D) Type of product and grade Deposit tool attack minimum resistance values Requirements are expressed in Resistance Units (RU) Forcing Fishing Deposit retrieval General Options EX GAS D-0 30 — — 30 30 D-I 30 — — 30 50 D-II (EX,GAS) 50 4 4 50 80 D-III (EX,GAS) 80 6 6 80 120 D-IV (EX,GAS) 120 9 9 120 180 D-V (EX,GAS) 180 14 14 180 270 Table 5 — Minimum requirements for deposit tool attacks for night safe (N) Type of product and grade Deposit tool attack minimum resistance values Requirements are expressed in Resistance Units (RU) Forcing Fishing Deposit retrieval Trapping last deposit Repeated trapping General Options EX GAS N-II (EX,GAS) 50 4 4 50 80 20 50 N-III (EX,GAS) 80 6 6 80 120 30 80 N-IV (EX,GAS) 120 9 9 120 180 40 120 N-V (EX,GAS) 180 14 14 180 270 40 180 N-VI (EX,GAS) 270 20 20 270 400 40 270 N-VII (EX,GAS) 400 30 30 400 600 40 400 N-VIII (EX,GAS) 550 41 41 550 600 40 550 N-IX (EX,GAS) 700 53 53 700 600 40 700 N-X (EX,GAS) 900 68 68 900 600 40 900 5 Technical documentation 5.1 The technical information shall be available for the testing laboratory when starting the testing procedure. Technical documentation shall contain the following information: SIST EN 1143-2:2014

EN 1143-2:2014 (E) 14 5.2 The date of issue and the name of the manufacturer or the name of the applicant requesting testing, on each page. 5.3 Statement of the type of product: deposit safe or night safe and type of receiving unit (free-standing or built-in receiving unit) together with a list of sizes covered by the same design. The statement shall also give information about: a) potential options (EX and GAS), b) whether a base to the deposit system is included or is an option, c) the design capacity. 5.4 Drawings of the test specimen, including the system sub-units, showing the following: a) weight, outside and inside dimensions, and the manufacturing tolerances; b) horizontal and vertical cross sections; c) quantity, layout and features of locks, boltwork and relocking devices (system comprising blocking and detecting elements which will prevent the boltwork from being withdrawn if a burglary attack is detected. A relocking device can be part of the locking mechanism (e.g. active or live relocker) or an independent unit (e.g. passive relocker)); d) quantity, pitch and position of door bolts, their dimensions (e.g. cross section), throw and engagements and their type (moving or fixed); e) location and design of any local areas of special protection material; f) details of the fastening and/or fitting or anchoring of all elements relevant to physical security (e.g. construction and position of joints and connections, the means by which the input unit, chute and receiving unit are joined to each other); g) marking, position and dimensions of any holes which pass through the protection material with a detailed representation of specially protected areas; h) details of optional features, e.g. time locking and time delay locking; i) in case of a base this shall be identified

...

Questions, Comments and Discussion

Ask us and Technical Secretary will try to provide an answer. You can facilitate discussion about the standard in here.