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                            AS 1670.1-2004 FIRE DETECTION, WARNING, CONTROL AND INTERCOM SYSTEMS-SYSTEM DESIGN, INSTALLATIO AND COMMISSIONING - PART 1: F
	PREFACE
	CONTENTS
	SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
		1.1 SCOPE
		1.2 APPLICATION
		1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
		1.4 DEFINITIONS
			1.4.1 Adjacent
			1.4.2 Alarm acknowledgment facility
			1.4.3 Alarm signalling equipment
			1.4.4 Alarm verification facility
			1.4.5 Approval (approved)
			1.4.6 Contiguous
			1.4.7 Corridor
			1.4.8 Cupboard
			1.4.9 Designated building entry point
			1.4.10 Designated site entry point
			1.4.11 Distributed system
			1.4.12 Extra-low voltage
			1.4.13 Fire dispatch centre
			1.4.14 Level surface
			1.4.15 Low voltage
			1.4.16 Monitoring service provider
			1.4.17 Multi-sensor detector
			1.4.18 Occupied area
			1.4.19 Power supply
			1.4.20 Protected area
			1.4.21 Protected building
			1.4.22 Separate cable path
			1.4.23 Site
			1.4.24 Sloping surface
			1.4.25 Sole occupancy unit
			1.4.26 Supervised
		1.5 INTERPRETATION OF SPECIFIED LIMITING VALUES
	SECTION 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
		2.1 COMPONENTS
		2.2 SEPARATION OF SYSTEMS
		2.3 DESIGNATED ENTRY POINT
			2.3.1 Designated building entry point
			2.3.2 Designated site entry point
		2.4 ALARM ZONE LIMITATIONS
		2.5 ADDRESSABLE CIRCUITS
		2.6 DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
			2.6.1 Subindicator panels
			2.6.2 Distributed parts of CIE
			2.6.3 Signal path fault indication
			2.6.4 Signal path protection
	SECTION 3 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
		3.1 GENERAL
		3.2 ALARM ACKNOWLEDGMENT FACILITY
		3.3 DEPENDENCY ON MORE THAN ONE ALARM SIGNAL (ALARM VERIFICATION FACILITY)
		3.4 ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING INSTALLATIONS
		3.5 MULTI-POINT ASPIRATING SMOKE DETECTORS
		3.6 CONTROL OF ANCILLARY DEVICES
			3.6.1 General
			3.6.2 Fire suppression system activation
		3.7 DETECTOR ALARM INDICATION
		3.8 EXTERNAL ALARM INDICATION
		3.9 FIRE INDICATOR PANEL
			3.9.1 General
			3.9.2 Covering door
			3.9.3 Remote location
			3.9.4 Clearance
		3.10 ZONE BLOCK PLAN
		3.11 CO FIRE DETECTOR LABELLING
		3.12 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM
		3.13 FLOW/PRESSURE SWITCHES
		3.14 INTERMIXING OF ACTUATING DEVICES
		3.15 MANUAL CALL POINTS
		3.16 POWER SOURCES
			3.16.1 Primary power source
			3.16.2 Secondary power source
			3.16.3 Power source rating
			3.16.4 Battery capacity
			3.16.5 Batteries and enclosure
			3.16.6 Ancillary loads
		3.17 REMOTE INDICATORS FOR FIRE DETECTORS
		3.18 REMOTE MONITORING
			3.18.1 General
			3.18.2 Alarm signalling equipment
			3.18.3 Connection
		3.19 SMOKE AND FIRE DOOR RELEASE CONTROL
		3.20 SUBINDICATOR PANEL (SIP)
		3.21 VALVE MONITORING DEVICES
		3.22 OCCUPANT WARNING
		3.23 WIRE-FREE ALARM ZONE CIRCUITS
		3.24 WIRING
			3.24.1 General
			3.24.2 Telecommunications-type cables
			3.24.3 Conductors
			3.24.4 Cable colour
			3.24.5 Terminations
			3.24.6 Joints
		3.25 LOCATION OF DETECTORS
			3.25.1 General
			3.25.2 Accessible service tunnels
			3.25.3 Air-handling systems
			3.25.4 Concealed spaces
				3.25.4.1 General
				3.25.4.2 Electrical equipment
				3.25.4.3 Remote indicators for fire detectors
			3.25.5 Cupboards
			3.25.6 Intermediate horizontal surfaces
			3.25.7 Open grid ceilings
			3.25.8 Restricted fire service access
			3.25.9 Sole occupancy units
			3.25.10 Stairwells
			3.25.11 Transportable enclosures
			3.25.12 Vertical shafts and openings
		3.26 LOCATIONS WHERE DETECTORS ARE NOT REQUIRED
		3.27 FIRE BRIGADE PANEL
		3.28 MULTI-SENSOR DETECTORS
	SECTION 4 HEAT DETECTORS
		4.1 SPACING AND LOCATION OF POINT-TYPE HEAT DETECTORS
			4.1.1 General
			4.1.2 Spacing between detectors for level surfaces
			4.1.3 Spacing of detectors for sloping surfaces
			4.1.4 Spacing from walls, partitions, or air supply openings
			4.1.5 Reduced spacing
			4.1.6 Spacing in concealed spaces requiring protection
		4.2 LINEAR HEAT DETECTORS
	SECTION 5 SMOKE AND CO FIRE DETECTORS
		5.1 SPACING AND LOCATION OF POINT-TYPE DETECTORS
			5.1.1 General
			5.1.2 Spacing between detectors for level surfaces
			5.1.3 Spacing between detectors for sloping surfaces
			5.1.4 Spacing from walls, partitions, or air supply openings
			5.1.5 Areas of high airflows
			5.1.6 Location of detectors on level surfaces with deep beams
			5.1.7 Spacing in concealed spaces requiring protection
		5.2 MULTI-POINT ASPIRATING SMOKE DETECTORS
			5.2.1 General
			5.2.2 System design
	SECTION 6 FLAME DETECTORS
		6.1 LOCATION
		6.2 SPACING
	SECTION 7 COMMISSIONING
		7.1 GENERAL
		7.2 DOCUMENTATION
		7.3 LOG
	APPENDIX A - GUIDANCE FOR THE SELECTION OF DETECTORS
		A1 INTRODUCTION
		A2 GENERAL NOTES ON DETECTORS
		A3 HEAT DETECTORS OR HEAT ALARMS
			A3.1 General
			A3.2 Application
		A4 SMOKE DETECTORS OR SMOKE ALARMS
			A4.1 General
			A4.2 Application
				A4.2.1 General
				A4.2.2 Location considerations
				A4.2.3 Ceiling surfaces
				A4.2.4 Stratification
				A4.2.5 Airflow
				A4.2.6 Ducts
				A4.2.7 Special considerations
		A5 MULTI-SENSOR DETECTORS
		A6 ASPIRATING SMOKE DETECTORS
			A6.1 General
			A6.2 Detector principles
				A6.2.1 General
				A6.2.2 Light scatter
				A6.2.3 Particle counting
			A6.3 Types
				A6.3.1 General
				A6.3.2 Very high sensitivity (typically for up to 2000 m 2 )
				A6.3.3 Normal sensitivity (typically for a similar coverage of a single point detector)
			A6.4 Pipe network and aggregation
			A6.5 Flow sensing
			A6.6 Dust filters detection and rejection
			A6.7 Applications
		A7 CARBON MONOXIDE FIRE DETECTORS
			A7.1 General
			A7.2 Application
				A7.2.1 General
				A7.2.2 Stratification
				A7.2.3 Airflow
				A7.2.4 Ducts
				A7.2.5 Special considerations
		A8 FLAME DETECTORS
			A8.1 General
			A8.2 Radiation sources and inhibitors
				A8.2.1 General
				A8.2.2 Radiation sources
				A8.2.3 Radiation inhibitors
			A8.3 Ultraviolet flame detection techniques
				A8.3.1 Detection principles
				A8.3.2 Advantages
				A8.3.3 Limitations
			A8.4 Single-channel infra-red detectors
				A8.4.1 Detection principles
				A8.4.2 Advantages
				A8.4.3 Limitations
			A8.5 Ultraviolet/infra-red (single-channel) flame detectors
				A8.5.1 Detection principles
				A8.5.2 Advantage
				A8.5.3 Limitations
			A8.6 Dual-channel infra-red flame detectors
				A8.6.1 Detection principles
				A8.6.2 Advantages
				A8.6.3 Limitations
			A8.7 Triple-channel infra-red flame detectors
				A8.7.1 Detection principles
				A8.7.2 Advantages
				A8.7.3 Limitations
	APPENDIX B - FIRE RATED WIRING SYSTEMS
		B1 PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO FIRE
		B2 PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL DAMAGE
			B2.1 General
			B2.2 WSXX
			B2.3 WSX1
			B2.4 WSX2
			B2.5 WSX3
			B2.6 WSX4
			B2.7 WSX5
		B3 PROTECTION AGAINST HOSING WITH WATER
	APPENDIX C - EXAMPLES OF POWER SOURCE CAPACITY CALCULATIONS
		C1 BATTERY CAPACITY CALCULATIONS
			C1.1 Typical IQ calculation
			C1.2 Typical IA calculation
		C2 PRIMARY POWER SOURCE CALCULATIONS
			C2.1 Battery charger current calculation
			C2.2 Power supply requirement
	APPENDIX D - FIRE ALARM SYMBOLS
	APPENDIX E - COMMISSIONING TEST REPORT
	APPENDIX F - STANDARD FORM OF INSTALLER’S STATEMENT FOR FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
                        

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