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Remote Station and Protected Premises Fire Alarm Systems

Summary

Protected Premises Systems

Protected premises systems are those that exist as a "local" system.  In other words, the system is inside the walls of the property, not transmitting signals to a central alarm point, either on the property or off premises.

Protected premises systems can be interfaced with any other type of fire alarm or fire safety system, such as elevator recall, and can be provided with emergency voice alarm systems for occupant notification.  The level of requirements that have to be met by the protected premises system is determined by reference to other codes and standards, such as the local building code requirements.

Protected premises fire alarm systems are the basis for other fire alarm systems, such as proprietary or auxiliary systems.  The protected premises system is connected to transmission equipment that transmits the signal off premises, or to an in-house alarm point that serves as a constantly attended supervising station.  This combination forms the supervising station system.
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