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Novec 1230 Fire Suppression System
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Kidde Fire Protection GX-20 systems are listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL), Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) and approved by Factory Mutual (FM). These systems are designed for total flooding in accordance with NFPA 2001: "Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems" and BS EN ISO 14520 Gaseous Fire Extinguishing Systems. These systems have been tested to limits established jointly by UL and FM. In any situation not specifically covered by this manual, the application and installation of the system must meet the requirements of the standards as stated. In any case, all installations must meet the requirements of the local Authority Having Jurisdiction.The complexity of two-phase flow does not allow for any simple method of manual FM-200calculation. For this reason, the flow calculations and design criteria described in this manual have been incorporated into the computer software programme. The calculations are based on conserving mass, energy and momentum in the pipe network. The routine calculates the flow inquasi-steady state steps from the initiation of the discharge to the final gas blow down.The system designer must become thoroughly familiar with the Kidde Fire Protection Clean Agent Flow Calculation Program User's Guide, to determine the proper procedures for applying the input parameters to the program. The User's Guide can be found on the software installation CD, Part No. D3882-017. There are a number of limitations to these input parameters which must be observed if accurate results are to be obtained.Kidde Fire Protection GX20 Engineered FM-200 Fire Suppression Systems combine an environmentally safe fire suppression agent, highly effective detection devices and specially developed components for fast agent discharge. The resulting rapid suppression of a fire reduces property damage and products of combustion to the lowest possible level. These systems are electrically, pressure and/or cable operated, with a normal design discharge time of less than 10seconds. GX20 containers can be strategically located throughout a protected zone, eliminating expensive piping.

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Fire Hydrant Systems
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Fire Hydrant System & Sprinkler System 67 Water supply header and main pipe up to hydrant valve/landing valves shall be kept pressurized by the jockey pump which shall start automatically on receiving the impulse from the pressure switch in case of any pressure drop in the header. It shall stop at a preset pressure as soon as pressure builds up in the header. For smaller fires, first aid hose reel would be used; while hydrant valve would be used for bigger fires. In the event of fire out break, opening of hydrant valve/hose reel will result in fall of pressure in the header and electric motor driven fire pump shall come into operation automatically through the impulse from the pressure switch. The fire pump shall be stopped manually only. In case the electric driven main fire pump fails to start; the diesel engine driven pump shall come into action automatically on further fall of pressure and receiving impulse from pressure switch. The setting of the pressure switches shall be done keeping the above sequence in consideration.

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Burglar Alarm Systems

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Burglar Alarm Systems
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Burglar alarms systems are increasingly being used in private homes, offices, stores and other businesses. They have become standard equipments especially in stores, warehouses etc. The system is also suitable for use in jewelry stores, artifacts in museums and for safe guarding drawings, paintings and sculpture in art galleries and also to detect unauthorized access. Alarms as the name implies are used to alert in the event of any situation that is a threat. There are several kinds of alarms [10]. Some of them include fire alarms, burglar alarms, indicator alarms, heat and smoke detectors, etc.

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Sprinkler Systems
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Before the first automatic sprinkler system was developed in the 1870s, a sprinkler system consisted of a perforated pipe, a valve, a person to open the valve, and an elevated barrel or tank filled with water. A more dependable system was created in response to increased fire loads and increased values of buildings and their contents. A more advanced sprinkler system became possible as technology became more sophisticated.Sprinkler systems automatically detect and then control, suppress, or extinguish fires. Water supplies can come from city water mains, dedicated storage tanks or ponds. Valves and alarm devices control and monitor the water’s flow. Distribution pipes send water to the sprinkler heads using a municipal water source to maintain and increase water pressure according to design criteria. Modern systems can detect a fire condition and discharge water quickly, before a fire grows to a fatal or catastrophic size, reducing fire deaths by nearly 100 percent. Understanding your fire sprinkler system can be life saving. After reading this guide, you will be more knowledgeable about the water flow detectors, supervisory switches, pressure switches, explosion proof products, and alarm bells within a fire sprinkler system.This guide provides information for the proper application, installation and maintenance of System Sensor sprinkler and notification products. Installation must comply with all code requirements such as NFPA and comply with directives from Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). AHJ directives always take precedence over other codes and have final authority.System Sensor was founded in 1984, and has become the largest manufacturer of fire detection and notification appliances in the world. More than 1,900 System Sensor associates collaborate to build quality products for conventional detection; intelligent detection; audible and visible (AV) notification; heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) monitoring; and sprinkler systems monitoring. High production standards and strong customer engagement contribute to the solid demand for System Sensor products.Every day we aim to develop advanced ideas that deliver advanced solutions.

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Access Control,Time & Attendance Management Systems
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This section introduces concepts, common terms, and basic (popular) policies and models of access control. The contents of this section are referenced throughout the document. Access control is concerned with determining the allowed activities of legitimate users, mediating every attempt by a user to access a resource in the system. A given information technology (IT) infrastructure can implement access control systems in many places and at different levels. Operating systems use access control to protect files and directories. Database management systems DBMS apply access control to regulate access to tables and views. Most commercially available application systems implement access control, often independent of the operating systems and/or DBMSs on which they are installed. The objectives of an access control system are often described in terms of protecting system resources against inappropriate or undesired user access. From a business perspective, this objective could just as well be described in terms of the optimal sharing of information. After all, the main objective of IT is to make information available to users and applications. A greater degree of sharing may get in the way of resource protection; in reality, a well-managed and effective access control system actually facilitates sharing. A sufficiently fine-grained access control mechanism can enable selective sharing of information where in its absence, sharing may be considered too risky altogether.

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Vesda Systems
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Burglar alarms systems are increasingly being used in private homes, offices, stores and other businesses. They have become standard equipments especially in stores, warehouses etc. The system is also suitable for use in jewelry stores, artifacts in museums and for safe guarding drawings, paintings and sculpture in art galleries and also to detect unauthorized access. Alarms as the name implies are used to alert in the event of any situation that is a threat. There are several kinds of alarms [10]. Some of them include fire alarms, burglar alarms, indicator alarms, heat and smoke detectors, etc.

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Analog & Digital CCTV Surveillance Systems
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Video surveillance and security has moved to the forefront globally as a strategic tool in protecting corporate assets, the war against terrorism, crime prevention, and public safety. At the same time, video surveillance usage is increasing as a tool for traffic monitoring and local government security. The days of grainy and blurry analog CCTV systems have been replaced by advanced digital IP cameras and systems producing highresolution, high-definition, real-time video. Along with that new technology, the high-speed IP networking infrastructure enabling it is critica.

 

 

 



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Video Door Phone System
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Door phone systems door phone systems functions include conversation, calling and door opening in a normal electrical system.
The following devices are needed to make a basic door phone system:
• panel with buttons and door unit.
• apartment station door phones.
• door phone system power unit. door phone systems are split into two families according to the number of wires needed to make the system. Video door phone systems urmet domus video door phone systems ensure a high level of user safety; visitors can be recognized at the door (of a detached house, a semi-detached house or a block of ats) thanks to the picture which appears on the monitor located inside.
The following devices are needed to make a basic video door phone system:
• panel with buttons, door unit and camera.
• apartment station video door phones.
• video door phone system power unit. Either black and white or colour video door phone systems are available using specie monitors and camera. Video door phone installation is simple and quick thanks to the use of specie brackets with terminal boards onto which the monitor is fastened. Two system types are available: coax and 5 wires.

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Water Leak Detection System
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Now, more than ever before, the catastrophic damage that can be done to businesses by water is at the top of the agenda. Whilst those affected by the floods in the North of England in June 2007 saw the approaching waters, not every flood or water leakage is on such a massive scale. Even small amounts of undetected water can mean very serious and costly damage. Leaking pipes, faulty joints, blocked overflows and over-spilling drip trays on air conditioning units are all hidden faults that unless detected could spell disaster for electrical, communication and computer networks. HVAC systems, water-cooled plant and sprinkler systems all add to the risk of water finding its way into areas which should be protected from such damage. Of course it is not just IT systems that are at risk; museum archives, legal documents and all manner of securely stored items need to be protected from water damage. Because water can actually defy gravity by travelling up cables by capillary action, even apparatus raised above the floor is at risk from damage. Water leaking under a false floor, for example can still find its way up cables into equipment and cause significant and costly damage. The only way to mitigate the risk of water damaging expensive IT, control and manufacturing equipment is to continuously monitor for water leakage. The Hydrosense water leakage detection system is an excellent solution. Used to continuously monitor for leaks, there are two methods of detection; linear and point detection.

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Public Addressing Systems
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1 Introduction1.1 Purpose The purpose of the Basic System Manual is to provide information that is required to install, configure and operate a basic Plena Voice Alarm System. By definition, such a system is installed, configured and operated without a PC.1.2 Digital document The Basic System Manual is also available as a digital document in the Portable Document Format(PDF). All references to pages, figures, tables, etc. in this digital document contain hyperlinks to the referenced location.1.3 Intended audience The Basic System Manual is intended for installers and users of a basic Plena Voice Alarm System. Installer sand users of extensive systems should refer to the Installation and User Instructions (see section 1.4).1.4 Related documentation.
The following related documents are available:
• Plena Voice Alarm System Installation and User Instructions (9922 141 1037x).
• Plena Voice Alarm System Configuration Software Manual (9922 141 1038x).1.5 AlertsIn this manual, four types of alerts are used. The alert type is closely related to the effect that may be caused when it is not observed.
These alerts - from least severe effect to most severe effect - are:
• Note Alert containing additional information. Usually, not observing a note alert does not result in damage to the equipment or personal injuries.
• Caution The equipment can be damaged if the alert is not being observed.
• Warning Persons can be (severely) injured or the equipment can be seriously damaged if the alert is not being observed.
• Danger Not observing the alert can result in death.

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Fire Extinguishers
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Introduction Many Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) power plants are equipped with carbon dioxide (CO2) systems for generator and large-motor fire protection. Reclamation has phased out use of CO2 in almost all locations except generator/motor air housings because of the risk to personnel and complexity of safety regulations. CO2 operation and maintenance (O&M) practices vary throughout the agency, yet standards dictate that minimum practices be developed, documented, and followed. This volume describes Reclamation minimum practices. Various Reclamation CO2-related documents have evolved over the years. This volume coordinates and references this information.

2. Scope This volume addresses operation and maintenance practices for total flooding CO2 systems at Reclamation facilities. Total flooding systems are those that apply CO2 to an enclosed space to achieve a concentration sufficient to extinguish a fire.1 Hand-held CO2 fire extinguishers are not addressed Although this volume points out many safety and health issues and recommended practices, it does not supersede Reclamation Safety and Health Standards (RSHS) or the safety office having jurisdiction at the facility.

3. Background The National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 851, Fire Protection for Hydroelectric Generating Plants2 recommends fire protection for generator windings. Reclamation uses only CO2 for automatic generator fire suppression. Halon systems—proposed as a safe alternative to CO2 in the early 1970s—received limited use in Reclamation facilities before they were phased out due to concerns about ozone layer depletion. New, clean-agent gasses developed to replace Halon could be used for generator fire suppression but are prohibitively expensive compared to CO2. Most Reclamation generating units and pump-generating units—specifically all enclosed units larger than 10 MW—and several large motors are protected by automatic CO2 fire extinguishing systems.3 Smaller units are commonly air cooled and are not enclosed, which is necessary to make CO2 effective. Although other utilities use other fire suppression media, Reclamation has had good experience with CO2 extinguishing fires. CO2 extinguishes the fire quickly, is harmless

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Rodent Repellent System
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These units have been mainly manufactured and marketed to deal with bird problems in terms of crop damage and roost buildups. Devices are mainly designed to frighten birds with explosive charges, recorded distresslalarm bird sounds, or electronically mimicked bird sounds. Intensity levels that are sufficient to repel birds in the field from crop or roost sites are largely unknown (Bomford and O'Brien 1990). The explosive charge type of device, however, can be capable of producing pain-level sound intensities if birds are in reasonably close physical proximity to the source. The recorded or simulated bird sound devices are operated at levels designed to signal "danger" to the birds in order to generate a "contagious" exodus even though no predator or other threat is ever visually observed by the birds. Some devices have added visual cues and movement to enhance the "fright-inducing" stimulation for bird flocks.

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Conventional & Addessable Fire Alarm Systems
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MICROLOGIC FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

Fire Alarm Definitions

Addressable systems is a system in which signals from each detector and/or call point are

individually identified at the control panel.

Alarm of fire is a warning of outbreak of fire, originated by a person or by an automatic

device.

Analogue system A fire alarm system where the detectors give output signals

representing the value of sensed phenomena.

Automatic fire alarm system is a fire alarm system comprising components for

automatically detecting a fire, initiating an alarm of fire and initiating other action as

arranged; the system may include manual call points.

Beam detector A type of smoke detector which detects smoke by the obscuration of a

beam of infra red light passing between a transmitter and receiver.

Conventional fire alarm normally consists of a control panel linked to a number of

circuits of smoke, heat detectors and manual call points, and having a number of sounder

circuits. Consists of a control panel providing separate circuits per zone for detectors and

call points and at least two circuits for alarm devices.

Critical signal path All components and interconnections between every fire alarm

initiation point (call points and detectors) and every fire alarm device.

Trouble warning is an automatic indication given audibly and/or visibly that a fault exists

in a fire protection system.

Fire alarm control and indicating equipment is a combination of fire alarm control

equipment and fire alarm indicating equipment.

Fire alarm control equipment is equipment which, on receipt of a fire signal, controls the

giving of a fire alarm by one or more of the following:

(a) fire alarm sounders

(b) fire alarm indicating equipment

(c) transmitting a signal to other fire alarm control equipment.

Fire alarm device is a component of a fire alarm system used to give warning of fire

usually a sounder of visual alarm.

Fire alarm indicating equipment is part of a fire alarm system located at protected

premises which provides indication of any fire alarm or fault warning received from fire

alarm control equipment.



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Integrated Building Management Systems
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Building Management System (BMS) is a high technology system installed on buildings that controls and monitors the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment such asair handling and cooling plant systems, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems. BMS consists on software and hardware. Software program, usually configured in a hierarchical manner, can be: a-proprietary using such protocols as C-bus, Profibus, etc. b-that integrate using Internet protocols and open standards like SOAP, & XML, Bac Net, Lon, Modbus.

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