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Supervisory Initiating Devices

Introduction

Learning Outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes: Explain the types and operations of the devices used to initiate supervisory signals in a fire alarm system

Enabling Points:

Explain the function of following devices : Valve supervisory switches Waterflow supervisory switches Building and water temperature supervisory switches Pressure supervisory switches Fire pump signal supervisory switches Explain the requirements for monitoring the following items: critical processes electric fire pumps engine driven fire pumps dry pipe sprinkler valves and systems pre-action sprinkler valves and systems building temperature water storage tanks used for fire protection special fire suppression systems Explain how a fire alarm system can be used to monitor the security guard

This module satisfies part of the requirements of work elements 33021and 33025 as listed in the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Program Detail Manual, Level II General Work Elements for certification of fire alarm technicians. (Eighth Edition, September, 2005)

Work Element 33021 requires work that is outside the scope of this program.  A plan view diagram of a system of manual fire alarm stations and monitored guard tour stations is required to complete this work element.   It is anticipated that this will be fulfilled in the field.

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