Notifier Bi-Directional Amplifier Reference Guide

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REFERENCE GUIDE Amplifier and Standards Reference Guide current adopted Building Codes and Installation Standards require Emergency Responder Radio Signal strength coverage to be measured in all new and some existing construction This Reference Guide provides a summary the key requirements in the national consensus model codes and installation standards that govern the installation and maintenance of in building emergency responder radio enhancement systems Always consult with your fire jurisdiction to determine if other local specifications or ordinances are followed which could be more stringent the ones listed below REQUIREMENTS Solution 72 2013 1221 2016 24.5.2 9.6 510 2015 510.1 510 2018 510.1 1 Level 2 or Level 3 Survivability Hour for Riser Coaxial Cable for Riser Coaxial Cable Rated Cable Required Riser Feeder Coaxial Cable Riser Feeder Coaxial Cable Addressed in Section 510 in NFPA 72 2013 Addressed in Section 510 in NFPA 72 2013 Section 510.4.2 to NFPA 1221 Section 510.4.2 to NFPA 1221 Protection of Donor Required Power Source addressed in Section 24.5.2 15 dB Section Hours In accordance with 780 9.6.3 20 dB 9.6.9 Specifically Addressed Section 510 Section 510.4.2 NFPA 780 as Referenced NFPA 1221 Specifically Addressed Section 510 20 dB 510.4.2.4 4 Hours Hours 510.4.2.3 Hours Section 510.4.2.3 2 Hours Battery Emergency Generator Strength and Coverage Required dBm Section General Section Critical Section 3.0 Section 9.6.8 General Section Critical Section dBm Section 510.4.1 General Section 510.4.1 Critical Not Specifically in Section 510 3.0 Section 510.4.1.1 General Section 510.4.1 Critical Section 510.4.2 to NFPA 1221 Fire Alarm Required Section Section 9.6.13 Section 72 2013 Section 9.6.13 1221 2016 for Equipment and Backup Required NEMA 4 NEMA 4X NEMA 4 NEMA 4X NEMA 4 510.4.2.4 1 2 NEMA 4 NEMA 3R 510.4.2.4 1 2 Antenna Required Donor Antenna 2 a Donor Antenna 2 a Section 2 a 72 2013 Donor Antenna 510.4.2.5 Acceptance Testing 9.6.4 11.3.9 510.5.3 510.5.3 NFPA 1 Section 11.10 In all new and existing buildings minimum signal strength for fire department communications shall be maintained a level determined by the AHJ Where required by the AHJ two way radio enhancement systems shall comply with NFPA 1221 provided under license from Safer Buildings Coalition All Rights Reserved Reference 2019 GUIDE 2524 In building 2 Way Emergency Radio Communication Enhancement Technical Requirements Addressed by UL 2524 Safety risk of fire and risk of shock requirements and testing Compliance with specific performance in accordance with the IFC 2018 NFPA 1221 2016 2019 Reliability performance requirements applicable life safety systems construction and testing Product marking and installation documentation Cover products e g repeater transmitter signal booster components remote and operational consoles power and battery charging system components for in building 2 way radio emergency radio enhancement systems installed a location to improve wireless communication that location Does not cover passive RF components which defined in UL 2524 as device that RF through that does not have an active component that requires external This includes antennas splitters coaxial cable and connectors components cannot amplify RF signals Operation Normal AC power Visual and audible annunciation within 200 secs fault for Loss of normal AC power Battery failure Loss of battery capacity to depletion Donor antenna disconnection RF emitting device malfunction System malfunction other than passive RF which affects system performance Visual audible annunciation within 24 hours fault for Donor antenna malfunction NEMA Type 4 or 4X for all repeater transmitter signal booster components external and battery system components Note standby batteries are permitted be contained in enclosures that comply with requirements for a Type 3R The system shall be sufficiently modular to have capability to support revised and or additional frequencies within the same frequency of the bi directional amplifier supplied maintain radio system coverage as it was intended without the need to replace system Variable Voltage Operation Test Variable Ambient Temperature and Humidity Tests Component Temperatures Test Charging Current Test Transient Testing Clintonville Road CT 06472 document is not intended to be used for installation purposes try to keep our product information up to date and accurate cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements specifications are subject to change without notice NOTIFIER by Honeywell All rights reserved use of this document is strictly prohibited Rev 01 2019 10 02

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