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SCOPe. This Standard describes the requirements for the installation and interconnection of all necessary devices and equipment to operate as a fire. SCOPE. This Standard describes the requirements for the design and installation of a fire alarm system with or without voice communication. SCOPE. This Standard describes the requirements for the design and installation of a fire alarm system with or without voice communication capability, .

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Installation of fire alarm systems: Reducing false alarms Defining different types of false alarms Identify the negative impact of unwanted false alarms Identify causes of needless false alarms. Don’t have an account? The National Building Code and its application to fire alarm systems Installation of smoke alarm systems Reducing false alarms Fire alarm system basic terminology The relationship between legislation, regulations and codes The primary requirements for fire alarm systems in the National Building Code Basic code application on system types, device controls and components The importance of identifying the sequence of operation of a fire alarm system Proper positioning of manual pull stations Proper detector selection Proper location and location requirements for detection devices The topics covered in this course include: