NFPA 731: Standard for the Installation of Electronic Premises Security Systems, 2011 Edition
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Reliable security system installations demand the updated and revised 2011 NFPA 731.
The 2011 edition of NFPA 731: Standard for the Installation of Electronic Premises Security Systems includes the latest requirements for all facets of security equipment installation, with provisions for the application, location, performance, testing, and maintenance of physical security systems and their components. This updated document covers every aspect from signal initiation, transmission, notification, and annunciation to levels of performance and reliability. The Standard's requirements address the protected premises from the property line to the interior of the premises. NFPA 731 also references or incorporates provisions from applicable UL, SIA, and other standards.
Only the 2011 NFPA 731 includes:
- Revised definitions based on the most widely accepted industry terminology
- New delineation between fire alarm/life safety systems and other systems such as HVAC that may be included within the building envelope and could be interconnected to the fire alarm system
- Updated terminology reflecting trends in today's security industry
- Updated references reflecting current UL standards
To install security systems correctly so they're ready to respond, this edition of NFPA 731 is essential for security personnel, installers, owners, and servicers. (Softbound, 55 pp., 2011)
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