Security Systems Compliance

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 Category 1   Combined Alarm and Immobiliser  CAT1
Key Features Alarm with full perimetric and volumetric detectionBattery backed-up sirenImmobiliser isolating a minimum of 2 operating systems, passively armed

Anti-scan, anti-grab, resistance of key codes

Code fuel valve for L1

 Category 2   Electronic/Electromechanical Immobiliser  CAT2
Key Features Immobiliser isolating a minimum of 2 operating systems, passively armedAnti-scan, anti-grab, resistance of key codesCode fuel valve for L2

 Category 3   Alarm Upgrade (general application)  CAT3
Key Features Alarm with full perimetric and volumetric detectionBattery backed-up sirenAnti-scan, anti-grab, resistance of key codes

Upgrades a fitted CAT2 system to full CAT1 status

 Category 4 

Mechanical Immobiliser

 CAT4
Key Features Immobiliser isolating a minimum of 1 operating systemEasy to arm and disarmAttack resistance to a high level using a comprehensive range of hand tools

Permanently or temporarily installed

 Category Q 

Not categorised system

 Q-Class
These include Automotive glazingAutomotive locksFleet management and tracking

Identification systems

Location and tracking systems

Satellite navigation systems

Track and trace systems

Vehicle usage control systems

Wheel locking devices

Portable strongboxes

Reversing aids

1 Comment

  • Q class Identification Systems
    One system has EU legislative backing
    Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) microchips conforming to International Standards Organisation (ISO) 11784/5 FDXB
    originally created in the mid 1990’s for farm animals and machinery is now now backed by EU legislation (EC504/2008)

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