ULC 319


Electronic Access Control Systems (CAN/ULC S319-05)
standard by Underwriters Laboratories of Canada, 09/01/2005


An electronic access control system is a system designed to grant to authorized persons entry to and/or exit from a controlled area and deny such entry and/or exit to non-authorized individuals by electrical, electronic or mechanical means. The extent of control of entry/exit may include the reporting and recording of related activity.This standard defines the minimum requirements as they apply to the construction, performance and operation of such systems and/or accessory equipment as well as recommended characteristics to meet four levels of protection with Level I (lowest level-Class I equipment) to Level IV (highest-Class IV equipment). The various means of communication between the reader, the reader interface module, the access point actuator, the access point sensor, the access control unit and the monitoring console are described within the scope of this standard.

Includes Notice of Partial Deferral dated Sept. 10, 2009, deferring implementation of certain requirements.

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