Can Your Fire Alarm System Survive?
All Answers relate to NFPA 101, 2018 Edition
1. __________ may be substituted for FPLR wire.
A. CMP, FPLP, CMR, or FPL
B. CMP, FPLP, or CMG
C. CM, CMG, or CMR
D. CMP, FPLP or CMR
2. ________ covers the installation of wiring and equipment of fire alarm systems, including all circuits controlled and powered by the fire alarm system.
A. NFPA 72, Chapter 3
B. NFPA 70, Article 760
C. Residential Fire Code
D. The Fire Alarm Systems Handbook
3. A non-power-limited fire alarm circuit can operate at up to ______ volts, and the power output isn’t limited.
4. Power-limited fire alarm cables are permitted to be installed in ducts of plenum spaces, but non-power-limited fire alarm cables are prohibited in ducts and plenums.
5. Fire alarm circuits installed in corrosive, damp or wet locations must be _________ for use in the operating environment.
6. The number of conductors of the same size and insulation within a raceway can be located in _____________.
A. Table 9
B. Annex B
C. Annex C
D. NEC 760.40
7. Raceways used for the support or protection of cables require a bushing to reduce the chance for abrasion in accordance with ______________.
D. Table 9
8. When do fire alarm cables have to comply with Parts II, III, and IV or Article 800, and Part I of Article 300?
A. When they are used as communication circuits for voice evac.
B. When they extend beyond one building.
C. When they combine two or more systems (such as on a campus).
D. When they are required to be installed as a Class A circuit.
9. Circuit Integrity cables shall be supported at a distance not to exceed _________ mm.
10. The branch circuit supplying the fire alarm equipment shall supply no other loads. The branch circuit _______________ be supplied through ground-fault circuit interrupters or arc-faults circuit interrupters.
D. shall not