CAN ULC S524 PDF
SCOPe. This Standard describes the requirements for the installation and interconnection of all necessary devices and equipment to operate as a fire. SCOPE. This Standard describes the requirements for the design and installation of a fire alarm system with or without voice communication. SCOPE. This Standard describes the requirements for the design and installation of a fire alarm system with or without voice communication capability, .
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Installation of fire alarm systems: CAN/ULC-S524-06 including amendment 1
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