Work on the development of the EN501 series for electronic security systems progresses well and a number of standards have reached completion and have been the subject of positive votes and will be published shortly. These include addendums to TS5013-7 applications, EN50131-3 CIE and -6 PSU, EN50136-1-7 Transmission Protocol, EN50130-4 Electromagnetic Compatibility, EN50130-5 Environmental Test Methods, EN50518-1 Monitoring Centres Construction and EN50518-2 Monitoring Centres Technical Requirements.
Addenda to EN50131-3 and 5-131-6 have not yet escaped from the black hole (i.e. CLC Secretariat) for circulation for comment / vote, so sadly will not be published for a while yet!
The other items you mention are revisions, rather than addenda.
EN50131-9 Verification has been out for comment and the committee are now working through these and hope to complete work early in 2011.
EN50136-1 Alarm Transmission is complete and has been circulated for comment. New standards for SPT (supervised premises transceivers) are expected to be released for comment by the end of this year prEN50136-2 (replacing all the existing EN50136-2-x parts) and EN50131-X (no number yet )
Active work is underway on a new standard EN50131-2-8 Shock Sensors and plans are in place to carry out practical tests on the proposed test procedures in January and on EN50131-2-9 Active Infra Red Detectors where the committee are considering how beams can be subverted and the effects of dust etc. Work on the new standard EN50132-2-X Hold up Alarm Devices devices is progressing well and is targeted for completion in the summer of 2011.
At International level (IEC) there is concern in North America at the high levels of influence within Europe and nominations will shortly be required for the position of Chairman. Euralarm strongly supports a European for this position and is urging support for Carlo Loi (Italy) the current Chairman of CENELEC TC79.
New IEC standards based upon CENELEC standards have been published for Passive Infra Red Detectors, CIE, Warning Devices, and Interconnections using Radio,
Finally the IEC committee for Access Systems is hoping to have the first draft of the long awaited new standard for Access ready for comment in quarter two of 2011.
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