GB 10409-2001 English PDF (GB10409-2001)
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GB 10409-2001: Burglary resistant safes
OF THE PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Burglary resistant safes
ISSUED ON. OCTOBER 24, 2001
IMPLEMENTED ON. APRIL 01, 2002
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of the PEOPLE Republic of China
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative references ... 4
3 Definitions ... 5
4 Product classification and marking ... 6
5 Technical requirements ... 8
6 Test methods ... 12
7 Inspection rules ... 17
8 Marks, packaging, transportation and storage... 20
All technical contents in this Standard are mandatory.
This Standard is the revision of GB 10409-1989.
This Standard no longer specify that the burglary resistant safes must be installed with warning unit. It classifies the safety performance of the burglary resistant safes. It does not divide the products into qualified product, first-class products and superior products. The contents of technical requirements and test methods of previous version have been detailed and supplemented, such as. Class A products in the previous version were subdivided into Class A1 and Class A2; Class B products were subdivided into Class B1, B2 and B3. It respectively specifies the gaps between cabinet door and door frame, according to the height of cabinet. For the code-volume of the electronic lock, add the requirements of ?€?arbitrarily-variable code?€?; and requirements and test methods of ?€?anti-electromagnetic interference?€?. Add the ?€?Inspection Item Table?€?, etc.
This Standard will replace GB 10409-1989, from its implementation date. This Standard was proposed by the Ministry of Public Security of the PEOPLE Republic of China. This standard shall be under the jurisdiction of Standardization Technical Committee for Security ??? Protection Alarm Systems of China.
This Standard was jointly drafted by. Shanghai Diebold King Safe Co., Ltd, Product Quality Supervision, Inspection and Test Center for Security and Protection Alarm Systems of Ministry of Public Security, and China Security and Protection Product Industry Association Secretariat.
The main drafters of this Standard. Xu Zhiwei, Mou Xiaosheng, Jiang Changhong, Lu Zhongfa and Gu Juxing.
This Standard was first-time published in 1989.
National Standard of the PEOPLE Republic of China
Burglary resistant safes
Replacing GB 10409-1989
This Standard specifies the classification, technical requirements, test methods inspection rules and marks, packaging, transportation, and storage of burglary resistant safes. This Standard applies to the production and inspection of burglary resistant safes. It also applies to the burglary resistant safes that is attached with functions such as alarm, fire protection, and/or remote control.
2 Normative references
The articles contained in the following documents have become part of this Standard when they are quoted herein. For the dated documents so quoted, all the modifications or revisions made thereafter shall not be applicable to this Standard. For the undated documents so quoted, the latest editions shall be applicable to this Standard.
GB/T 1720-1979 Method of test for adhesion of paint films
GB/T 6461-1986 Metallic coatings - Coatings cathodic to the substrate - Rating of electro-plated test specimens subjected to corrosion tests
GB/T 10125-1997 Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres - Salt spray tests GB/T 12335-1990 Metallic coatings - Coatings anodic to the substrate - Rating of test specimens subjected to corrosion
GB/T 15211-1994 Environmental testing for alarm systems
GB/T 15482-1995 Single sampling procedures and tables for product quality audit of small population by attributes
GB/T 17626.2-1998 Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement techniques - Electrostatic discharge immunity test
GB/T 17626.3-1998 Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement techniques - Radiated, radio-frequency, electromagnetic field immunity test
GB/T 17626.4-1998 Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement techniques ?€? Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test
GB/T 17626.5-1999 Electromagnetic compatibility - Testing and measurement techniques - Surge immunity test
GB/T 17626.11-1999 Electromagnetic compatibility Testing and measurement techniques Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests
GA/T 73-1994 Thief resistant machine lock
For the purpose of this standard, the following terms and definitions shall apply. 3.1 Burglary resistant safes
It refers to a kind of safes that is equipped with mechanical and electronic lock (including combination lock, IC card lock, etc.) which can be used to resist abnormal entry under specified conditions within the required time.
3.2 Safety class
The classification of anti-destruction capacity that the burglary resistant safes can withstand. The classification is divided based on the duration of net working time that the burglary resistant safes can resist to the abnormal entry, under the action of the specified destroying tools. 3.3 Entry
During the destruction resistant test, open the cabinet door of various burglary resistant safes or make an opening not smaller than the specified area on the cabinet door or body, within the specified net working time. Class A burglary resistant safes is 38cm2; Class B and Class C burglary resistant safes are 13cm2.
3.4 Common hand tools
Including the chisel, punch, wedge, screwdriver, hacksaw, wrench, pliers, hammer with the of weight not more than 3.6kg, the prying tools with the length of not more than 1.5m, and general digging tools. 3.5 Portable electric tools
The electric hand drills with the bit diameter of not more than 12.5mm, the electric hammer drills with the punch diameter of not more than 25mm and the pressure devices.
3.6 Grinding point
The grinding tools with shapes such as cone, disk, or cylinder that is driven by die grinders with the rotate speed of 14000 r/min-22000 r/min.
The mechanical lock used in the burglary resistant safes shall comply with the requirements of GA/T 73. 5.4 Electronic lock (including IC card lock, electronic combination lock, etc.) 5.4.1 The coded number of the electronic combination lock shall not be less than 106. And the password can be changed arbitrarily.
5.4.2 If the password is entered by key buttons, the key buttons shall not occur any failure in 6000 continuous pressing actions.
5.4.3 When the electronic combination lock are knocked by the energy of not more than 0.5J, the mis-operation and damage phenomena shall be avoided.
5.4.4 The electronic combination lock shall have emergency opening function. And it may have multilevel and multi-group opening passwords.
5.4.5 The password entrance of electronic combination lock shall be prompted. When it is continuously entered with wrong password for three times or mis-operation, the electronic combination lock shall have time-limited locking, alarm and other functions. However, after the time-limited locking and alarm, it shall recover the correct operation and operate normally.
5.4.6 When the supply voltage of the electronic lock changes within the range of 85%-110% of the rated voltage, the electronic lock shall be able to work normally. When the power voltage is below the specified alarm voltage, it shall have under-voltage alarm indications. After under-voltage alarm, the power capacity shall still meet more than 240 times of normal opening and closing of electronic lock. 5.4.7 The electronic lock shall be equipped with external power interface or emergency opening unit. 5.4.8 For the burglary resistant safes adopting electronic lock, the key parts of electronic lock shall be protected. When the keyboard, wire, electromechanical actuators are destroyed and attacked, they shall be able to withstand the destruction resistant test for corresponding classes of burglary resistant safes. 5.4.9 The environmental suitability of electronic lock shall comply with the requirements of A-1/2; A-2/5; A-3/3; A-4/1; A-6/3; and A-18/3 in GB /T15211-1994.
5.4.10 The immunity requirements of the electronic lock shall meet the test requirements specified in GB/T 17626.2 (Grade 1), GB/T 17626.3 (Grade 1), GB/T 17626.4 (Grade 1), GB/T 17626.5 (Grade 1) and GB/T 17626.11 (Class 40, duration of 5 cycles).
5.5 Power supply
5.5.1 The power supply?€?s power, energy consumption, environmental adaptability and safety requirements shall satisfy the corresponding product technical requirements. 5.5.2 When the AC 220V power supply is used as the main power supply, there shall have a standby power (a rechargeable battery or primary battery). It works normally within the range of 85%-110% of rated voltage of the main power supply. And there shall have an overcurrent protecti...