Can Your Fire Alarm System Survive?

All Answers relate to NFPA 101, 2018 Edition

1. The scope of NFPA 72 was updated to include which of the following?
A. Public Emergency Alarm Reporting Systems
B. Fire Warning Equipment
C. Carbon Monoxide Detection
D. Emergency Communications Systems
2. Which of the following circuit class designation(s) were removed from the 2019 edition of NFPA 72?
A. R and S
B. B and X
C. D and E
D. N and X
Annex F
3. Which definitions were updated to be consistent with standard electrical engineering terminology?
A. Batteries
B. Smoke Detectors
C. Radio Frequencies
D. Energy Storage Systems
4. Which chapter now requires compliance with some portions of chapter 7?
A. 10
B. 14
C. 21
D. 29
5. Which personnel shall be qualified or supervised by people who are qualified in the installation, inspection and testing of the systems?
A. Installation
B. Service
C. Monitoring
D. Apprentice
6. Wiring methods permitted by other sections of NFPA 72 to resist attack by fire now have to meet the additional requirements of _______________.
A. NFPA 72, Chapter 7
B. NFPA 70 Article 760
C. NFPA 70 Article 768
D. NFPA 70 Article 300
7. When the control circuit is _____________ emergency control function interface devices shall be located within 3 ft. of the component controlling the emergency control function.
A. electrically supervised,
B. not configured as a Class D circuit,
C. located more than 50’ from the control, the
D. configured in a manner to be Class A,
8. Actuation of high volume low speed fans shall be done in accordance with ___________.
B. NFPA 1221
C. UL 507
D. NFPA 13
9. The effective date for smoke alarms and smoke detectors to be listed for resistance to common nuisance sources from cooking was changed to _______________.
A. December 21, 2021
B. June 1, 2023
C. January 1, 2022
D. July 1, 2021
10. Which of the following circuit class designations were added to the code in 2019?
A. E
B. N
C. R
D. X
Annex F
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