Document Requirements for Fire Alarm and Integrated Systems

In a previous blog post, "Evolution of Fire Alarm, Software Driven Systems" I took you for a brief stroll through the history of software based fire alarm and the evolution of the documentation and revision control that occurred. Today, documentation is more and more important because we are integrating systems, and knowing the current version of hardware, firmware and software of our fire alarm system is only a small piece of the puzzle.
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Where Should I Install My Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector?

In my position as Tech/Customer Support here at TC Life Safety, I get this question a lot. And since we are dealing with Life Safety, I don't want to just give you my opinion without backing it up with the science of the issue.

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SDi's Cyclone and the Path to Greener Fire Alarm Maintenance

How crazy has the weather been? I am writing this and Anchorage Alaska is warmer than my home in Massachusetts... Call it the effects of global Warming or Environmental Change, it is all a part of the Greenhouse Effect blamed on aerosols.

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