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DIN EN 54-11:2015-09

DIN EN 54-11:2015-09

Fire detection and fire alarm systems - Part 11: Manual call points; German and English version prEN 54-11:2015 / Note: Date of issue 2015-08-07

Systèmes de détection automatique d'incendie - Partie 11: Déclencheurs manuels d'alarme; Version allemande et anglaise prEN 54-11:2015 / Attention: Date de parution 2015-08-07

Brandmeldeanlagen - Teil 11: Handfeuermelder; Deutsche und Englische Fassung prEN 54-11:2015 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2015-08-07

Fecha Anulación:
2020-04 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

prEN 54-11 (2015-07)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN 54-11:2013-04

Resumen:
This draft European Standard has been drafted on the basis of appearance and functions which should be provided on all manual call points for use in fire detection and fire alarm systems. The colours, dimensions, shapes and methods of operation are based on recognized operating principles which give confidence and recognition to the user when operated in genuine fire alarm situations. It is important for manual call points to be recognizable and simple to use, without the need to read elaborate instructions so that anyone discovering a fire is able to use the manual call point without previous familiarity with it. The purpose of a manual call point is to enable a member of the general public discovering a fire to initiate the operation of a fire alarm system so that appropriate measures can be taken. The intention of this draft European Standard is to specify requirements for operation and reliability. The methods of operation of the manual call points covered are as follows: Type A: direct operation (single action); Type B: indirect operation (double action). Both types require the breaking or the visible displacement by change of the position of a frangible element forming part of the front face, which is considered to be the most suitable method for general application and which act as a deterrent to the misuse of the device. This action should be easy enough to be capable of being performed by any members of the general public. Importance has been placed on identifying the manual call point, the method by which it is activated and an indication to the user that the initiation of an alarm has been given. The resulting standard takes into account national variances in custom and practice and language in bringing together common elements that contribute towards a standard device for use throughout Europe.
Keywords:
Classification, Constancy of performance, Constructional products, Definitions, Fire alarm point, Fire alarms, Fire extinguishing devices, Flame detectors, Flames, Manual call points, Marking, Performance, Specification (approval), Test programs, Testing
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