SSF 1014 Edition 6, replaces Edition 5

The Swedish Theft Prevention Association has updated standard SSF 1014, and the applicable edition is Edition 6. An application can be made with SBSC for certification pursuant to Editions 5 or 6 up to and including the end of the year (31 December 2023). Following the end of the year, that is to say commencing 1 January 2024, applications may only be made to be certified pursuant to Edition 6.

Certificates issued pursuant to edition 5 will continue to be valid throughout the period. Thereafter, if desired, recertification can take place pursuant to edition 6.

Changes in Edition 6

  • Updated references
  • Clearer division into chapters
  • Requirements for seismic detectors according to VdS 2331 standard introduced
  • Reference SSF 1120 IoT – Connected devices – Requirements and testing has been added
  • Requirements for SS-EN 50131-2-8: 2016 Alarm systems – Intrusion and hold-up systems – Part 2-8: Vibration detectors for intrusion alarms has been added
  • Requirements for SS-EN 50131-2-10 Alarm systems – Intrusion alarms – Part 2-10: Intrusion detectors – Lock state contacts (magnetic) has been added
  • Products that meet the requirements of this standard can be certified, according to SSF 1130
  • Amendment to tables 5 and 6 concerning Electromagnetic Compatibility Immunity tests (operational), new reference: EN 50130-4

Scope of the standard

SSF 1014 specifies the requirements for intrusion alarm products for use in intrusion alarm systems. The norm stipulates the requirements and test methods for intrusion alarm components installed in buildings.

The standard covers only such components as are specified for this type of system and, accordingly, not does cover installation components such as, for example, cables, fasteners and junction boxes.

The components according to this standard are divided into alarm classes which refer to grades in accordance with the SS-EN standard for the respective products.

The following groups are defined in the standard

  • Central unit
  • Electrical supply equipment
  • Bypass switches, various types
  • Detectors, various types of magnetic contacts
  • Alarm sounders
  • Alarm glass sensors

The alarm transmission system component group is addressed in the SSF 114 standard and is not covered by this standard.

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