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06-Sep-2018 New ATS guideline

As of 7. September 2018 all CertAlarm partners (Contracted Certification Bodies and Recognized Test Laboratories, http://certalarm.org/ca/partners) will test and certify according to CertAlarm’s new ATS guideline. In the past, a transmitter could be given the EN 50136-1 certificate, when the device had only been tested to EN 50131-10 and EN 50136-2. The new guideline stipulates that to achieve the prestigious EN 50136-1 Alarm Transmission System Certificate, the test must include EN 50136-3 (for receiving equipment).

04-Jun-2018 CertAlarm sponsors Euralarm Symposium in Bucharest

In 5 years, the Euralarm Symposium has established itself as a strategic event on innovation and developments of regulatory nature impacting one of the most successful industries in Europe: electronic security and fire safety.

“Euralarm is – next to CertAlarm – at the forefront of a movement advocating for an integrated European market. That’s why it is crucial for us to support and be present at this year’s symposium”, says Anja Kinsky, General Manager of CertAlarm.

05-Oct-2017 CertAlarm now accepted in Austria

CertAlarm, an organization offering a pan-European quality mark in the fire protection and security systems industry, is now recognized as an accepted partner according to the requirements set up by VSÖ, the Association of Austrian Security Enterprises (https://vsoe.at/files/vsoe-anerkannte_pruef-_und_zertifizierungsstellen_...). VSÖ approved products guarantee compliance with all applicable EN standards and national directives in Austria. 

11-Jan-2017 CertAlarm scope now also includes ISO and IEC standards

The CertAlarm certification scope now offers extensions to the most recent standards based on ISO 7240 Series for Fire & Life Safety Alarm Systems Products and based on IEC TC79 standards for Alarm Electronic Security Systems with cross references to CENELEC TC79 portfolio of standards.