Fire Alarm System Law and Legal Definition
Fire alarm system is an arrangement of devices for detecting fire and reporting its location. It can be either automatically actuated, manually actuated, or both.
The term fire alarm system is defined in the Seattle Fire Code as a system of electrical devices such as flow sensors, heat or smoke detectors which is designed and installed for the purpose of warning building occupants or the Fire Department of a fire or of causing the operations of other fire and life safety equipment. The term shall include associated electrical wiring, power supplies, supervisory and control circuits.
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