Superseded Standard

IEEE 692-1997

IEEE Standard Criteria for Security Systems for Nuclear Power Generating Stations

Reaffirmed September 22, 2005 Criteria are provided for the design of an integrated security system for nuclear power generating stations. Requirements are included for the overall system, interfaces, subsystems, and individual electrical and electronic equipment. This standard addresses equipment for security-related detection, surveillance, access control, communication, and data acquisition.

Sponsor Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
692-2010
Superseding
692-1986
Board Approval
1997-06-26
History
ANSI Approved:
1998-04-24
Published:
1997-10-03
Reaffirmed:
2005-09-22

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/NPE - Nuclear Power Engineering
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Working Group
WG_3.2 - Security Systems Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
Contact
Working Group Chair
David Horvath

P692

Standard Criteria for Security Systems for Nuclear Power Generating Stations

The standard provides criteria for the design, testing, and maintenance of electrical, instrumentation, and control security system equipment for nuclear power generating stations. Such equipment includes permanently or temporarily installed systems, subsystems, and components used by the security force for the physical protection of the station against security threats. It includes equipment for security-related detection, assessment, surveillance, access control, communication, and data acquisition.

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692-2013

IEEE Standard for Criteria for Security Systems for Nuclear Power Generating Stations

Criteria for the design of an integrated security system for nuclear power generating stations are provided in this standard. Requirements are included for the overall system, interfaces, subsystems, and individual electrical and electronic equipment. This standard addresses equipment for security-related detection, surveillance, access control, communication, data acquisition, and threat assessment.

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692-2010

IEEE Standard Criteria for Security Systems for Nuclear Power Generating Stations

The standard provides criteria for the design, testing, and maintenance of security system equipment for nuclear power generating stations. Such equipment includes permanently or temporarily installed systems, subsystems, and components used by the security force for physical protection of the station against security threats. It includes equipment for security-related detection, assessment, surveillance, access control, communication, and data acquisition.

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