Re: Mains fire detectors. Building Regs vs manufacturer's recommendations

From the chaotic regions of the Cryptosphere, "Charles M Atkinson"
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The (Approved Documents to the) Building Regulations are (one way of achieving) the absolute minimum standard acceptable for health, safety and welfare. If a manufacturer recommends a higher standard, and whether you choose to follow that advice, that's down to them (and very commendable it is, too), and to you.
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On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 19:45:14 +0100, "Charles M Atkinson"
If the fire has got to the stage where the interlink wiring is affected you have long since lost interest in the subject.
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Peter Parry.
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Thanks, Richard. I wouldn't have expected the voltage drops to be significant -- the currents will be in the signalling rather than power range????
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