CAN/ULC-S Installation of Fire Alarm Systems Amendment 1. Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA) D. GOODYEAR FIRE CONSULTING

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CAN/ULC-S524-06

Installation of Fire Alarm Systems Amendment 1

Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA)

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D. GOODYEAR FIRE CONSULTING

AMENDMENT 1

CAN/ULC-S524

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WHY

• Clarifications

• New requirements (Technology changes)

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SCOPE

Voluntary Installations

• Clarification

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SCOPE

Voluntary Installations

• Scope note

This standard is intended to apply to both required and voluntary

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POWER BUSSES

• A very significant change

• Concern is system survivability

• Keeps with the philosophy of 4.2.7

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POWER BUSSES

• Is this a BIG change?

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POWER BUSSES

• A fault including a fault caused by fire, on a power buss could result in loss of that function on more than one fire zone.

• APPLIES TO MANY SITUATIONS INCLUDING:

• POWER TO DISTRIBUTED AMPLIFIERS,

• POWER TO 4- WIRE SMOKE DETECTORS,

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POWER BUSSES

• Where a Power Buss Circuit serves more than 1 Floor

• A fault on one zone (open, short or ground)

• Shall not prevent normal operation of input or output field devices in more than one fire alarm zone.

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FIBRE OPTICS

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FIBRE OPTICS

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FIBRE OPTICS

• Fibre Optics Cables shall be

• DEDICATED to fire alarm

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FIBRE OPTICS

• EXCEPTION:

• Where multiple strand Fibre Optics

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SMOKE CONTROL SYSTEMS

• Interface to or programming of smoke control systems cannot be checked or confirmed if the Smoke Control

operation is not known.

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SMOKE CONTROL SYSTEMS

• Sequence of smoke control operation.

• Diagram of type and location of all

smoke control equipment (fans, dampers, etc.)

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STAND ALONE SYSTEMS

• DELETED

• Requirement to maintain

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CONTROL OF VISIBLE SIGNALS

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CONTROL OF VISIBLE SIGNALS

• Visible signals (strobes) are intended to supplement audible signals.

• Visible signals MUST turn off when “Signal Silence” occurs.

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DUCT SMOKE DETECTORS

Duct smoke detector sampling tubes MAY be mounted vertically

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DUCT SMOKE DETECTORS

Duct smoke detector sampling tubes MAY be mounted vertically

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CONNECTION TO A

MONITORING SYSTEM

• Connections to a Fire Receiving Centre transmitter must be at a DEMARKATION TERMINAL BOX.

• The Demarcation Terminal Box

• must have a minimum of 12 terminals,

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CORRECTIONS

• TABLE 7 Corridor Spacing Allocation for Ceiling or Wall-Mounted Light Output for Wall-Mounted Visible

Signal Devices CHANGED REFERENCE TO

CLAUSE 5.4.5.13.

• TABLE 6 Light Output for Ceiling-Mounted Visible

Signal Devices for Various Room Sizes CHANGED

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CORRECTIONS

• TABLE 5 Light Output for Wall-Mounted Visible

Signal Devices for Various Room Sizes ADDED

REFERENCE TO CLAUSE 5.4.5.7 AND DELETED WORD “DETECTOR FROM TITLE.

• FIGURE 3 Room Spacing for Wall-Mounted Visible

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SPOT TYPE FIRE DETECTOR SPACING FIGURE 9

RATED SPACING 9.1 m

Area of coverage

Radius 0.7 x 9.1= 6.4m

In irregular shaped rooms all areas must be within 6.4m

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