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UL - 1034

UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms

inactive
Organization: UL
Publication Date: 27 July 1994
Status: inactive
Page Count: 104
scope:

These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and power supplies,

and the like used to secure and release doors.

A burglary-resistant electric locking mechanism shall be rated according

to the three elements used to determine its maximum effectiveness:

a) Static strength rating of 500 pounds-force (2224 N), 1000

pounds-force (4448 N), or 1500 pounds-force (6673 N). See 53.2.1.

b) Dynamic strength rating of 33 foot-pounds-force (45 J), 50

foot-pounds-force (68 J), or 70 foot-pounds-force (95 J). See 53.3.1.

c) Endurance rating of 100,000 or 250,000 cycles. See 37.2.1.

A burglary-resistant electric locking mechanism shall be rated with its

maximum static strength, dynamic strength, and endurance.

*Revised 1.2 effective February 1, 1996*

A burglary-resistant electric locking mechanism is intended to be used

in conjunction with an access control system or a manual-release mechanism. A burglary-resistant electric locking mechanism shall be constructed so that it either does not interfere with egress through the door or other opening cover that it is used to control, or its locking action shall be capable of being released as required by the authority

having jurisdiction if an emergency egress is required.

*Added 1.3 effective February 1, 1996*

These requirements do not pertain to the fire-retardant classification

of a door and releasing-device assembly.

The term "product" as used in this standard refers to all types of

burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms.

A product that contains features, characteristics, components,

materials, or systems new or different from those covered by the requirements in this standard, and that involve a risk of injury to persons shall be evaluated using the appropriate additional component and end-product requirements as determined necessary to maintain the acceptable level of safety as originally anticipated by the intent of this standard. A product whose features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems conflict with specific requirements or provisions of this standard cannot be judged to comply with this standard. Where considered appropriate, revision of requirements shall be proposed and adopted in conformance with the methods employed for development, revision, and implementation of this standard.

Document History

May 18, 2011
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
May 18, 2011
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
May 18, 2011
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
February 23, 2000
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
February 23, 2000
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
February 23, 2000
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
February 23, 2000
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
July 27, 1994
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
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July 27, 1994
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
These requirements apply to the construction, performance, and operation of burglary-resistant electric locking mechanisms and their related devices, such as control units, control switches, and...
January 1, 1994
UL Standard for Safety Burglary-Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms
A description is not available for this item.

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