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AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016) Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Part 1: Heat detectors

Abbreviation
AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016)
Amendment
AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016)/Amdt 1-1998
Valid from
05/01/1997

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, and performance of heat detectors as used in automatic fire detection and alarm systems.

Scope

This Standard includes an indicator visibility test and requirements regarding IP rating for detectors intended for installation in locations where they will be exposed to moisture.

This Standard applies to heat detectors intended for installation in accordance with AS 1670, connected to the compatible control and indicating equipment (CIE).

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Notes/comments

This standard was reconfirmed 8 July 2016

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This standard was reconfirmed 8 July 2016

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AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016) Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Part 1: Heat detectors

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AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016) Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Part 1: Heat detectors

Description

This standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, and performance of heat detectors as used in automatic fire detection and alarm systems.

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AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016) Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Part 1: Heat detectors
Description

This standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, and performance of heat detectors as used in automatic fire detection and alarm systems.

View on Information Provider website
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AS 1603.1-1997 (R2016) Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Part 1: Heat detectors

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