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PD 6662:2010

Scheme for the application of European standards for intrusion and hold-up alarm systems

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : May 2010



Published Document (PD) 6662:2010 Scheme for the application of European standards for intrusion and hold-up alarm systems

PD 6662 describes a scheme which enables intrusion and hold-up alarm systems (I&HASs) to be installed and maintained in accordance with published British and European standards, Technical Specifications and Drafts for Development.

The scheme in this PD applies to IASs, HASs and I&HASs with wired interconnections and/or wire-free interconnections. However, the scheme does not apply to exterior IASs which are installed in accordance with BS 4737-4.3. It also does not apply to portable hold-up devices which report directly to a monitoring centre.

PD 6662 is a useful document for security and insurance companies.

The provisions of PD 6662 become effective immediately. However, the technical committee recognizes that suppliers of products and services within the scope of this standard will require time to comply. For this reason, PD 6662:2004+Amendment 2:2006 will be withdrawn on 31 May 2012.

This is a full revision of PD 6662, and introduces changes due to the update of European standards and the availability of BS 8243 and DD 263.

Contents of PD 6662:
1 Scope
2 Abbreviations
3 Scheme content
4 Claims of compliance
5 Identity cards
6 Risk assessment
Annex A (normative) UK specific recommendations
Annex B (informative) UK specific guidance
Annex C (informative) Additional guidance
List of tables
Table B.1 – Duration of alternative power supply

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Standard NumberPD 6662:2010
TitleScheme for the application of European standards for intrusion and hold-up alarm systems
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date31 May 2010
Confirm Date01 November 2015
Cross ReferencesBS 8243:2010, BS 8473:2006+A1:2008, BS EN 50131-1:2006+A1:2009, BS EN 50131-8:2009, BS EN 50136-1-1:1998+A2:2008, BS EN 50136-1-2:1998, BS EN 50136-1-3:1998, BS EN 50136-1-4:1998, BS EN 50136-1-5:2008, DD 263, DD CLC/TS 50131-7:2008, BS 4737-3.0:1998, BS 4737-3.1:1977, BS 4737-3.2:1977, BS 4737-3.3:1977, BS 4737-3.5:1978, BS 4737-3.6:1978, BS 4737-3.8:1978, BS 4737-3.9:1978, BS 4737-3.10:1978, BS 4737-3.12:1978, BS 4737-3.13:1978, BS 4737-3.14:1986, BS EN 50131-2-2:2008, BS EN 50131-2-3:2008, BS EN 50131-2-4:2008, BS EN 50131-2-5:2008, BS EN 50131-2-6:2008, BS EN 50131-3:2009, BS EN 50131-4, BS EN 50131-5-3:2005+A1:2008, BS EN 50131-6:2008, BS EN 50131-8:2009, BS EN 50136-2-1:1998, BS EN 50136-2-2:1998, BS EN 50136-2-3:1998, BS EN 50136-2-4:1998, DD CLC/TS 50131-2-7-1:2009, DD CLC/TS 50131-2-7-2:2009, DD CLC/TS 50131-2-7-3:2009, BS 4737-4.3, BS 7671, BS 7858
ReplacesPD 6662:2004
Draft Superseded By09/30203716 DC
DescriptorsAlarm systems, Burglar alarms, Crime prevention devices, Anti-burglar measures, Security systems in buildings, Europe, Standards, Marking, Classification systems, Installation, Maintenance, Conformity, Grades (quality)
ISBN978 0 580 62025 6
File Size2.316 MB

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