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A fire alarm system is a crucial part of a building’s safety infrastructure. It detects and alerts occupants to the presence of fire or smoke, allowing for timely evacuation.

Common types include conventional systems (wired zones), addressable systems (individual device identification), and wireless systems.

Costs depend on system complexity, building size, and features. Professional installation is recommended.

Regulations vary by location, but NFPA 72 provides guidelines for installation, testing, and maintenance.

When smoke or heat is detected, sensors trigger the alarm. The control panel then activates the alarms and notifies emergency services.

Key components include smoke detectors, heat sensors, control panels, alarms (such as sirens or strobes), and communication devices.

Yes, regular inspections ensure proper functioning. They check sensors, batteries, and overall system health.

Regular testing, battery replacement, and professional inspections are essential.

Evacuate immediately and call emergency services. Do not ignore alarms or assume it’s a false alarm. If you need more detailed information, this comprehensive guide covers fire alarm basics and regulatory requirements.

Yes, they can integrate with access control, surveillance, and emergency notification systems.

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