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  • peter d
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    Who comes up with this stuff?

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  • infinity
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    Originally posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    Agree..[emoji16]...just have to be sure when they say ALL fire alarm conduits..what would you think?
    I don't think that it's required so an RFI is in order.

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  • mstrlucky74
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    Agree..[emoji16]...just have to be sure when they say ALL fire alarm conduits..what would you think?

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  • infinity
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    Originally posted by mstrlucky74 View Post
    Hey Joe. Still don't get it. Power to FACP's, DGPS etc. is run separately from FCO's. I thought that note meant ALL fire alarm conduits meaning even those running to smokes, strobes etc.
    That sounds silly.

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  • mstrlucky74
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    Originally posted by Joe Villani View Post
    Yes for supplying power to control panels, etc.

    See NYC 2011 electrical code 760.33(B)

    Joe Villani
    Hey Joe. Still don't get it. Power to FACP's, DGPS etc. is run separately from FCO's. I thought that note meant ALL fire alarm conduits meaning even those running to smokes, strobes etc.

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  • MAC702
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    Makes no sense? It's a Code book. Sense only comes into half of the reasons for codes.

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  • Joe Villani
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    FA CONDUIT WIRE

    Yes for supplying power to control panels, etc.

    See NYC 2011 electrical code 760.33(B)

    Joe Villani

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  • mstrlucky74
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    Say a note that said all fire alarm conduits must have #10 ground wire. Anyone ever see this. Makes no sense.
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