smoke and heat alarms

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scotteng

Hello...ive been asked to install a number of smoke and heat alarms in a 3 storey property which is of a multiple occupancy. Can these be powered off of the existing lighting circuit???

cheers
 
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Atilla

Hello...ive been asked to install a number of smoke and heat alarms in a 3 storey property which is of a multiple occupancy. Can these be powered off of the existing lighting circuit???

cheers


no, and you need to certify the install(and I dont mean the mains) - can you?
 
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You will need to comply with the local authorities requirements for fire alarms in houses of multiple occupancy.

Speak to them first.
 

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