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                            AS 2201.4-1990  INTRUDER ALARM SYSTEMS - WIRE-FREE SYSTEMS INSTALLED IN CLIENT'S PREMISES
	PREFACE
	SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
		1.1 SCOPE.
		1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.
		1.3 DEFINITIONS.
			1.3.1 Wire-free system
			1.3.2 Remote control equipment
	SECTION 2 CLASSIFICATION OF SYSTEMS
		2.1 GENERAL.
		2.2 CLASSIFICATION.
			2.2.1 Class I.
			2.2.2 Class II.
			2.2.3 Class III.
			2.2.4 Class IV.
			2.2.5 Class V.
	SECTION 3 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
		3.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.
		3.2 OPERATING PROCEDURES.
		3.3 MAINTENANCE AND RECORDS.
		3.4 SPECIAL ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS.
		3.5 AMBIENT CONDITIONS.
		3.6 SYSTEM VOLTAGE.
	SECTION 4 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
		4.1 DETECTION DEVICES.
			4.1.1 General.
			4.1.2 Location.
		4.2 WIRE-FREE SIGNALLING EQUIPMENT.
			4.2.1 General.
			4.2.2 Warning devices.
		4.3 CONTROL EQUIPMENT.
			4.3.1 General.
		4.4 POWER SUPPLY EQUIPMENT.
			4.4.1 Control equipment.
			4.4.2 Detection devices.
	APPENDIX A - SYSTEM SELECTION
		A1 GENERAL.
			A1.1 Advantages.
			A1.2 Disadvantages.
		A2 SUITABILITY FOR USE.
	APPENDIX B - SIGNAL RECEPTION
		B1 ANTENNA MOUNTING.
		B2 PORTABLE DELIBERATELY-OPERATED DEVICE.
                        
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AS 2201.4—1990

Australian Standard

Intruder alarm systems

Part 4: Wire-free systems
installed in client’s premises

First published as AS 2201.4—1990.

Incorporating:
Amdt 1—1990

PUBLISHED BY STANDARDS AUSTRALIA
(STANDARDS ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA)
1 THE CRESCENT, HOMEBUSH, NSW 2140

ISBN 0 7262 6157 2

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AS 2201.4—1990 2

PREFACE

This Standard was prepared by the Standards Australia Committee on Intruder Alarm Equipment and
Installations. It is intended to assist in selecting the class of equipment best suited to particular risks
and to enable them to achieve a complete and accurate specification of the protection required in
particular premises.

The Standard is Part 4 of a four-part Standard, the parts of which are as follows:

Part 1: Systems installed in client’s premises
Part 2: Central stations and signalling links
Part 3: Detection devices for internal use
Part 4: Wire-free systems installed in client’s premises (this Standard).

Wire-free intruder alarm systems include non-wired signalling paths, using electromagnetic radiation
or sound to transmit telemetry or telecommand signals between its component parts.

In the preparation of this Standard reference has been made to existing International and National
Standards particularly BS 6799, British Standard Code of Practice for Wire-free intruder alarm
systems.

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