New fire system for Old West

July 2008
Consulting-Specifying Engineer;Jul2008, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p56
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The article reports on the need for the Gilcrease Museum to install fire protection system as preparations for the re-accreditation in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It relates that the museum and Mac Systems Inc., which has won the bid, chose the NFS2-3030 panel with six signaling line circuits (SLC) and a UniNet Interface as the heart of the system. The installation also includes 10 remote power supplies, 28 addressable manual pull stations, and 235 photoelectric smoke detectors.


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