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Remote Station and Protected Premises Fire Alarm Systems

Introduction

Learning Outcomes

Module Learning Outcomes:  Determine the requirements for remote station, protected premises and combination fire alarm systems.

Enabling Points: 

Explain why fire alarm systems do not control other building functions, such as time clocks and elevator movement
List the three (3) basic components of a protected premises fire alarm system Define: building fire alarm system dedicated function fire alarm system releasing fire alarm system Initiating device circuit Signaling line circuit Notification appliance circuit dedicated leased line
List typical locations used as a remote station
Explain the staffing requirements for remote stations
List the signal precedence for fire alarm system signals

This module satisfies part of the requirements of work element 33018 (Protected Premises Fire Alarm Systems), 33016 (Remote Station Protective Signaling Systems) and 34007 (Combination Systems) 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)


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