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Deaf and hearing-impaired individuals can face special challenges in emergency situations – just hearing a fire, smoke or carbon monoxide alarm can be difficult or impossible. Some alarms feature extra-loud annunciators, which might be helpful for those with relatively minor hearing disabilities, but the deaf need signaling devices that require no dependence on hearing, whatsoever.Read more
NEMA Publishes NEMA SBP 4-2015 Low Frequency Audible Signals
ROSSLYN, Va., July 28, 2015—The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) published NEMA SBP 4-2015 Low Frequency Audible Signals. This new white paper addresses the need for and the development of the low-frequency audible signal used in fire alarms, carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, and fire or CO alarm systems.Read more
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