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Table 8
Card Access Guidelines
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THE SYSTEM CHOSEN SHOULD BE ABLE TO ACCOMMODATE
THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF BADGES, BADGE READERS,
AND ACCESS LEVELS.
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DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS BETWEEN THE LOCATION OF THE
BADGE READERS AND THE CONTROL PROCESSOR SHOULD
BE OBSERVED.
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THE SYSTEM CHOSEN SHOULD PROVIDE TAMPER ALARMS
TO DETECT TAMPERING WITH THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.
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THE SYSTEM CHOSEN SHOULD BE ABLE TO DETECT
TAMPERING WITH THE LINES THAT CONNECT THE BADGE
READERS TO THE CENTRAL PROCESSOR.
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A REASONABLE AND ADEQUATE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
SHOULD BE NEGOTIATED, STATING REPAIR RESPONSE
TIME.
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COMPETENT ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS MUST BE
AVAILABLE FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF THESE
COMPLEX ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS.
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ASSURANCE MUST BE PROVIDED BY THE MANUFACTURER
AS TO AVAILABILITY OF REPAIR PARTS AND PRESTOCKAGE
OF KEY PARTS, ON-SITE, BASED ON FREQUENCY OF REPAIR.
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THE CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT AND OTHER CONTROLLING
ELECTRONICS (INCLUDING ELECTRIC STRIKES) SHOULD
HAVE BATTERY BACKUP TO ENSURE PROPER SYSTEM
OPERATION IN THE EVENT OF POWER FAILURE.
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BADGE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SHOULD BE SUITABLE
TO THE ENVIRONMENT TO PERMIT A LIFE OF 5 YEARS UNDER
DAILY USE.  SOME CARD MATERIALS CAN BECOME BROKEN
OR WARPED UNDER COLD AND HEAT CONDITIONS.
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