The Intrusion Subcommittee maintains and promotes standards dealing with residential and commercial intrusion panels and communication between protected premises and monitoring stations. This subcommittee serves as the primary editor of CP-01 and the SIA DC family of standards.
- 2019 CP-01 revision which includes informative signals for mobile alarm validation
The SIA Intrusion Standards Subcommittee received four requests for interpretation, regarding the CP-01 and DC-09 standards. Here are the subcommittee’s responses:
Requests for Interpretation
- Regarding: DC-09 184.108.40.206 CRC Question: Can the CRC value in the DC-09 message be transmitted in two bytes? Committee Answer: NO
- Regarding: CP-01 220.127.116.11 Recent Closing Question: Are the Entry Exit zone types to be excluded from Recent Closing functionality? Committee Answer: NO
- Regarding: CP-01 18.104.22.168 Recent Closing (Issue 2)
- Question 1: Is it the trigger of Entry/Exit zones that needs to happen within 2 mins for the Recent Close event to appear? Committee Answer: NO
- Question 2: Is it the alarm (post-entry time expiry) of Entry/Exit zones that needs to happen within 2 mins for the Recent Close event to appear? Committee Answer: YES
- Regarding: CP-01 Regarding 4.4.3 Restoration of Power Question: Can the retention of panel arming state for fourteen (14) days as required in paragraph 4.4.3 (Restoration of Power) be tested independently from the testing described in verification procedure 28? Committee Answer: YES
Responses were received from: • Larry Dischert, LRD Consulting for Tyco/JCI • Richard Simpson, Vice President Technical Services for Vector Security • Ron Walters, Director for SIAC (abstained) • Ted Nesse for North Latitude Technology, LLC • Lou Chavez, Security and Life Safety, Principal Engineer (PDE) for UL The details for these requests can be seen in the attached forms. (The deadline to return these ballots has passed – they are attached for informational purposes only.)
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