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35001 Core
35002 Core
35003 Core
35004 Core
35005 Core
35006 Core
35007 Core
35008 Core
35009 Non-Core
35010 Non-Core
35011 Non-Core
35012 Non-Core
35013 Non-Core
35014 Non-Core
35015 Non-Core
35016 Non-Core
36001 Special
36002 Special

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35011 SYSTEM AND COMPONENT COMPATIBILITY


35011 is a Level III General Non-Core Work element.

General Work Elements are categorized as either Core or Non-Core Work Elements. All Level III General Core Work Elements constitute a mandatory requirement for achieving certification at Levels III and IV.

35011 DESCRIPTION
Understand the need for system compatibility between components, such as two-wire smoke detectors and a two-wire initiating circuit, supplementary smoke detector relays, and the system control equipment. Know whether all components of the fire alarm system have been properly tested for compatibility by a testing lab. (Fire Alarm Signaling Systems and UL 217, 268, 268A, 864)

35011 REFERENCES:
Fire Alarm Signaling Systems
UL 217
UL 268
UL 268A
UL 864

NICET TEST PREPARATION HANDBOOKS are now available for this element and for every element in level 1 through level 4.

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