fire alarm system


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fire alarm system

1. An electrical system which is installed in a building as a protective measure against fire; sounds an alarm when actuated by a fire-detection system.
2. An alarm system designed to signal the presence of a fire.
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As such, a fire protection engineer can assist with evaluating an existing fire alarm system to determine if the system needs to be upgraded or replaced.
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