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    Talking Fire suppression light

    Inspected a small bakery yesterday. Found this new fangled lighting system. I think it is so you can see the fire suppression system control in the dark.

    Have a great day.

    Jonathan

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    Default Re: Fire suppression light

    You guys havent seen this before, that is a flashing light for the deaf


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    Default Re: Fire suppression light

    Its still wired wrong. Junction are not in the box, no J box lid, and the light fixture should not be supported by the wiring.

    rick


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    Default Re: Fire suppression light

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    Its still wired wrong. Junction are not in the box, no J box lid, and the light fixture should not be supported by the wiring.

    rick
    Rick,

    You must have gotten tired writing down what was wrong, you just scratched the surface. Let's just say that "nothing is correct" about that light installation, from the luminaire itself to the installation of it.

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    Default Re: Fire suppression light

    Yeah yeah, just a few quick observations. I was up till 3am. last night yet writing another book.

    rick


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    Default Re: Fire suppression light

    Just a fine detail ... not directly relevant to this thread, but worth noting:

    NFPA 95 anyone? I've recently had some, ah, enlightening conversations with sundry professionals about these "Ansul" systems ... and NONE had read, much less owned, a copy of the relevant code.


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