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g z hickey

is lithium ion powered smoke alarms with 10 year batteries legal in place of interconnected 120 volt powered systems?

Jesse C

Is this requirement for residential only or does it include commercial applications? I have not seen this in the commercial codes. With the notable difference of annual inspection requirements in a commercial environment, I would like to hear others thoughts on the life safety ramifications for commercial applications.

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