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Detailed guidelines on sound levels that should be produced by the fire detection and alarm system are given in HTM 82 [3]. 5) is complicated because a typical emergency message is a composite of periods of silence, attention-drawing signals and voice. The periods of silence, however, should be considered as extensions to the `voice' element; this is a safeguard to allow, for example, for the use of a fire microphone to override the emergency message. A method of calculating I2 approximately is given below.

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C. e. 2 V for a 24 V battery. As an example, in an ambient temperature of 30 8C, each core of a copper cable pair of length 2 m would need to have a cross-sectional area of at least 25 mm2 for a 100 A supply current. ) If, however, the cable length were 15 m, a 70 mm2 conductor size would be needed for the same supply current. 2), the cables connecting to the voice alarm control equipment need not be fire-resisting since neither the control equipment nor the batteries will withstand very high local temperatures.

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