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EN 50131 ‘Access levels’ for Intruder Alarm Systems.
21-05-2012, 10:44 PM,
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EN 50131 ‘Access levels’ for Intruder Alarm Systems.
EN 50131 introduces the new concept of ‘Access levels’ for Intruder Alarm Systems.
This should not be confused with ‘User Authorities’.
There are 4 Access Levels which determine who can operate the system. Level 4 is optional.
• Access Level 1 - The General Public (limited to viewing status)
• Access Level 2 - Customers (System Users)
• Access Level 3 - Engineer (Alarm Company), but only with Access Level 2 (Customer)
permission. This also applies to Remote connections.
• Access Level 4 - Manufacturers, but only with with Access Level 2 (Customer) and Access Level 3 (Alarm Company) permission. Access Level 4 is optional. Customers may still have conventional ‘User Authorities’ such as Cleaner, Operator, Manager and Master.
The ‘Authority’ which users have, becomes more restricted the higher the Grade of the system especially for Restoring Options following an activation, and changing PIN Codes.
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