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Old 07-18-2011, 09:12 PM   #1
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Is there some bldg. code local to Connecticut which requires this in bathrooms. I'm in the middle of a retail fit up and there was an existing setup and prints call for a new one. Also noticing the same setup at alot of other places like this. Just an edwards a/v device outside restroom, and a lv switch with string adjacent to toilet. Don't see this much elsewhere aside from hospitals and nursing homes...just curious

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When I worked at a place in CT, we joked around by pulling the string while using the bathroom.

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this ones not tied to the fa just a remote buzzer with light but I was curious as to what casued this requirement in a non medical enviornment or if the architect just copied what he saw existing...
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Sounds like Ada stuff,don't know the code on this but hotels have to have a couple of rooms on each floor with edwards door stuff and telephone strobes.
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