The Changing Communications within Fire Alarm System Reporting
The requirements of NFPA 72 for fire alarm system communications between a protected premises fire alarm system and the supervising station have kept up with technology in some ways and have been left behind in other ways. In this publication we attempt to explain today’s options for fire alarm system communications.
Published Date: Feb.5.2013
Document ID: 100603
- Fire, Life Safety, Security and Emergency Communication
- Automatic Detectors (system, single and multiple station)
- Flame Detecting Devices
- Fire Protective Signaling Systems, Devices, and Accessories
- Central Station Protective Signaling
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NEMA SBP 3-2013