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Old 06-24-2009, 12:07 AM   #1
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Question Fire Alarm books

Does anyone knows where to buy a good books how to install fire alarms?
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Old 06-24-2009, 09:14 AM   #2
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The NFPA web site.
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Old 06-24-2009, 05:42 PM   #3
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national training center has a good fire alarm book http://www.buildersbook.com/Merchant...Category_Code=

fire alarms are easy as anything just follow what the instruction manual says with each system. its not really that hard. i love doing them
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"Fire Alarms 1-2-3", available at your local Home Depot.
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Idiots guide to Fire Alarms
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This book may be below you, depending on your current capabilities, but itís a very basic starter book, if thatís what youíre looking for.
I read it decades ago, so have no idea if this book is still in print or if a newer revised version is available.

Design and Application of Security and Fire Alarm Systems
By John E. Traister
1981 McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
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Fire Alarm Systems change almost daily..
Go to the manufacturer sites.
This is the last system type I installed.
http://www.notifier.com/
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it all depends on the brand the company im with mainly uses notifier and firelite. we do sometime use esl panels. they all come with manuals and on some the wiring diagrams are listed on the panel doors.
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