Control Head Monitoring

May 2, 2016
Kidde Fire Systems is very pleased to introduce a group of new products to meet the need to monitor the placement of electric actuators on discharge control heads and directional valves, as required by NFPA 2001-20121, UL 21662, UL 21273 and FM 56004. These requirements are effective as of January 1, 2016. All systems installed on and after this date must be able to monitor these electrical actuators to be compliant with code and agency requirements.

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