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The Firefighting sprinkler and water spray systems document contains requirements for residential sprinklers, as well as testing methods for their type approval. These sprinklers are operated by either a change in state or the bursting of a bulb under the influence heat. They can only be used in automatic sprinkler systems designed for residential and domestic applications, as described in EN 16925:- This standard does NOT cover representative fire or other tests for special sprinklers intended to provide for fire hazards. It also does not cover fire tests for sprinklers used in commercial and industrial sprinkler systems, as described in EN 12845. EN 12259-1 covers these requirements.

NOTE 1 All pressure data contained in the European Standard are expressed as gauge pressures in bars.

NOTE 2 Sprinklers that conform to EN12259-1 may also be used for domestic and residential purposes if they are designed in accordance with EN 12845.

Fire safety systems and security systems

This document outlines the minimum requirements to provide secure remote services (e.g. via IP connections) for the following systems. A) Fire safety systems include, but are not limited to, fire detection systems and fire alarm systems as well as fixed firefighting and smoke control systems.

systems,

  1. b) Security systems that include, but are not limited to, intrusion and hold-up alarms, electronic access control system and video surveillance systems.
  2. c) social alarm systems,
  3. d) A combination of these systems

This is not the scope of the scope.

  1. A) The alarm transmission infrastructure
  2. b) Remote access by end-users

Fire detection and fire alarm systems

This document outlines the requirements for compatibility assessment and connectability of components of fire detector and fire alarm systems or voice alarm systems as subsystems of fire alarm and fire detection. These components meet the requirements of EN 54, or a manufacturer's specification if there is no EN54 standard. This document does not include system requirements unless they are required for compatibility assessment. This document only covers transmission between components. This document does not address the requirements for transmission path between components of distributed functions.

This document also details requirements for the integrity and operation of fire detection and fire alarm systems when they are connected to other systems.

This document doesn't specify how the system will be used in any specific application.

This document acknowledges that it is impossible to evaluate the compatibility and connectability of all components in all configurations. The methods of assessment are designed to provide an acceptable level of confidence under pre-determined environmental and operational conditions.

This document outlines requirements for compatibility and connectability assessments methods and tests that can be used to test components of FDAS and connecting FDAS. This document does NOT cover functions or components that are not part of a FDAS.

This document applies to systems in which the components are interconnected using optical fibre, electrical wires, radio frequency links, or any combination thereof. This standard can be used to guide you in other interconnection technologies between components.

NOTE: Other European Standards may cover other systems to which the fire alarm and fire detection system might be connected.

Fire detection and fire alarm systems

This document outlines the requirements for compatibility assessment and connectability of components of fire detector and fire alarm systems or voice alarm systems as subsystems of fire detection/fire alarm system. These components meet the requirements of EN 54, or a manufacturer's specification if there is no EN54 standard. This document does not include system requirements unless they are required for compatibility assessment. This document only covers transmission between components. This document does not address the requirements for transmission path between components of distributed functions.

This document also details requirements for the integrity and operation of fire detection and fire alarm systems when they are connected to other systems.

This document doesn't specify how the system will be used in any specific application.

This document acknowledges that it is impossible to evaluate the compatibility and connectability of all components in all configurations. The methods of assessment are designed to provide an acceptable level of confidence under pre-determined environmental and operational conditions.

This document outlines requirements for compatibility and connectability assessments methods and tests that can be used to test components of FDAS and connecting FDAS. This document does NOT cover functions or components that are not part of a FDAS.

This document applies to systems in which the components are interconnected using optical fibre, electrical wires, radio frequency links, or any combination thereof. This standard can be used to guide you in other interconnection technologies between components.

NOTE: Other European Standards may cover other systems to which the fire alarm and fire detection system might be connected.


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