On this side are these criteria listed, which have not been correctly described respectively assigned to the TSI.STANDARD and TSI.EN50600 catalog. The current catalog is valid for the evaluation and certification with the below-mentioned amendment.
TSI.STANDARD Version 4.1 (a)
|SEC02.01||Intrusion detection system: use of an appropriate intrusion detection system using the best available technology||B||B||C||C|
The intrusion detection system and all of the detectors connected to it have an increased protection against attempts to overcome it. Reports are sent to a permanently manned office. In the European environment, EN 50131 is considered to be the state of the art. Outside the scope of the standard, the fundamental requirements are fulfilled. These include, among others, tamper detection and protection, fault messages, arming, energy supply, message processing, display and forwarding, as well as the requirements placed on the data connection. An installation company certificate is available.
B: A grade 3 system according to EN 50131 is used.
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TSI.STANDARD Version 4.0 (a)
|SEC01.01||Access control system: use of an appropriate fire alarm system using state-of-the-art technology||B||B||C||C|
For access to secure areas an access control system is installed. This has a function monitoring system, tamper monitoring and a secure energy supply, as well as opportunities for logging. Access areas are monitored with respect to their closed condition. At least access to IT rooms is performed via the access control system. In the European environment, EN 60839-11-1 represents the state-of-the-art. The application rules according to EN 60839-11-2 are complied with.
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|POW09.08||UPS: Design of a UPS system with power reserves||C||C||C||C|
The UPS systems have sufficient power reserves.
The description of the criterion was the same as of POW09.09.
|POW09.09||UPS: Dimensioning of the energy store for complete shutdown of the IT||C||.||.||.|
The energy store of the UPS is dimensioned in such a way that all IT components can be completely shut down.
The description of POW09.09 has been corrected from "…stored energy store…" to "…energy store…"
|POW11.05||ORG: Tests during initial commissioning and exchange||B||B||C||C|
During initial commissioning, function and integration tests were performed and documented. Upon the exchange of systems (e.g. UPS, ESPS, transformer), test certificates from the manufacturer are available and limited function tests have been carried out.
The requirement class "B" has not been assigned to the levels.
(last updated: October 2018)