Smoke detector definition

Smoke detector means a device which detects particles or products of combustion other than heat.
Smoke detector means a device using a light source and light detector which can automatically measure and record the light obscuring power of smoke at a specific location in the flue or stack.
Smoke detector means a device which detects visible or invisible particles of combustion and which incorporates control equipment and an alarm-sounding unit operated from a power supply either in the unit or obtained at the point of installation.

Examples of Smoke detector in a sentence

  • Smoke detector shall be an addressable intelligent multi-criteria smoke detector.


More Definitions of Smoke detector

Smoke detector means a device that detects visible or invisible particles of combustion.
Smoke detector means a device, suitable for connection to a circuit, which has a sensor that responds to visible or invisible particles of combustion. Smoke detectors are connected to a fire alarm control panel.
Smoke detector means a device that is not self-contained, that detects products of combustion other than heat, that is intended for use in conjunction with a central control panel, that conforms to the state building code and rules of the State Fire Marshal and that is listed by Underwriters Laboratories or any other nationally recognized testing laboratory. “Smoke detector” includes but is not limited to devices listed under UL 268 (1998).
Smoke detector means a device, either battery operated or electrical, that detects visible or invisible particles of combustion.
Smoke detector means an approved device which detects visible or invisible particles of combustion and which emits an audible signal indicating a fire condition or both an audible and a visible signal indicating a fire condition.
Smoke detector means a device that detects visible or invis- ible particles of combustion.
Smoke detector means a readily removable device, sensitive to either visible or invisible particles of combustion or both, which automatically detects any fire condition and broadcasts locally a signal or alarm.