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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
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35012 TRANSIENT AND RFI/EMI PROTECTION


35012 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.

35012 DESCRIPTION
Understand the possible effects that transients and RFI/EMI may have on fire alarm systems, the possible sources of such interference, and measures that can be taken during design and installation to minimize the probability of such interference. (NFPA 70, Fire Alarm Signaling Systems, UL Standards, basic electronic textbooks. Transient Voltage Suppression)

35012 REFERENCES:
NFPA 70
Fire Alarm Signaling Systems
UL Standards
Basic electronic textbooks (My pick)
Transient Voltage Suppression

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