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    Fire Alarm Systems & Equipment in Syracuse


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    Business Listing   A P W Electric - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 472-4528


    Business Listing   AAV Electrical Contracting Inc - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 413-9000


    Business Listing   ADT Security Services Inc - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 424-1560


    Business Listing   Fortino & Son Electric Service - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 437-6791


    Business Listing   Ludovico Electric Inc - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 471-1141


    Business Listing   Northern Fire Systems Inc - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 458-1154


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    Helpful Definition for: Fire Alarm Systems & Equipment


    Fire alarm systems, in Syracuse, are automatically or manually actuated devices that detect the unwanted presence of fire by monitoring combustion-induced environmental changes. These systems consist of equipment for notifying the building occupants to vacate in case of an emergency as well as prevent spreading of fire & smoke. The fundamental configuration of such a fire alarm system is composed of a Fire alarm control panel, Primary Power supply, Secondary (backup) Power supplies, Initiating Devices, Notification appliances & Building Safety Interfaces. The fire alarm systems in Syracuse are categorized as- L, P& M. L category systems aim at protecting life, P category systems are meant for protecting buildings, while manual systems are designated as M.

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