ULC is pleased to announce the publication of the Fifth Edition of CAN/ULC- S, Standard for. Inspection and Testing of Fire Alarm Systems. This National. Fire Alarm Inspection, Maintenance, and Service by Anubis Systems Technologies. SCOPE. This Standard provides requirements for the inspection and testing of fire alarm systems and specifies the devices and functions to be inspected.
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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. This form is intended to provide the owner or fire inspector with e536 overview of what fire protection systems exist in the building and which systems were inspected and tested by a qualified technician.
Xan applicable reports indicated below are attached hereto and comprise pages. The attached reports comply s5536 Canadian Inspection Standards upon which they are based. There is fire protection equipment located at the above referenced address that has not been tested in accordance with the NO Provincial Fire Code. Actual Time to Test Building: A copy should be maintained on the premises for examination by the Fire Marshal or Inspector at their request. Caan Connection yes no Number of Conventional Zones: No Summary Work Order Number: Yes Last Luc Date: The fire alarm system has: The fire alarm system documentation is on site and includes a description of the system.
Sequence of operation confirmed and tested. A copy of this report will be given to: Reconnect ancillary functions off site connections? Advise fire department that testing is completed? Advise central monitoring facility that testing is completed? Ensure that the fire alarm system is fully functional?
Actual number of End-of-Line Resistors tested: This document has been provided to the building owner or their authorized representative who has acknowledged receipt of same below. Instructions for silencing the trouble signal and action cn be taken when the trouble signal sounds.
Description of the function of each operating control and indicator on the fire alarm control unit. Description of the area or fire zone protected by each alarm detection circuit this may be in the form of a list or plan drawing. Description of alarm signal operation.
CAN/ULC-S536-04 Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Test Form
Description of ancillary equipment controlled by the fire alarm system. Description of elevator homing functions activated by the fire alarm system. Magnetic door holder release activated by fire alarm system? Fire shutter release activated by fire alarm system?
Extinguishing system controlled by fire alarm system? Fire Safety Plan documentation on site? In systems that provide logical control of a smoke control system, documentation is on site and includes cwn sequence of operation of the smoke control system. Smoke control installed in accordance with Measure: Building diagrams are on site that clearly indicate the type and location of all smoke control equipment fans, dampers, etc.
Additional documentation relating to smoke control measures in the building is appended to this report. There are a total of: Common visual trouble signal operates. Common audible trouble signal operates. Trouble signal silence switch operates. Main Power supply failure trouble signal operates.
Ground fault tested on positive and negative initiates trouble signal. Automatic transfer from alert signal to alarm signal operates. Manual transfer from alert signal to alarm signal. Automatic transfer from alert to alarm signal cancel acknowledge operates on a two stage system. Alarm signal silence inhibit function operates.
Alarm signal manual silence operates. Alarm signal silence visual indication operates Alarm signal and visible signal devices, when silenced, automatically reinitiate upon O subsequent alarm. Audible and visual alert signals and alarm signals programmed and operate per Q design and specification, or documentation as detailed in Appendix E, Description of Fire Alarm System for Inspection and Test Procedures.
Input circuit alarm and supervisory operation, including audible and visual indication R operates. S Input circuit supervision fault causes a trouble indication. T Output circuit alarm indicators operate. U Output circuit supervision fault causes a trouble indication.
V Visual indicator test lamp test operates. Coded signal sequences operate not less than the required number of times and the W correct alarm signal operates thereafter. X Coded signal sequences are not interrupted by subsequent alarms.
Y Ancillary device by-pass results in trouble signal. Input circuit to output circuit operation, including ancillary device circuits for correct Z program operation, as per design and specification, or documentation as detailed in Appendix E, Description of Fire Alarm System for Inspection and Test Procedures.
AA Fire alarm reset function operates. BB Main power to emergency power supply transfer operates. Smoke detector alarm verification status change confirmation verified. Control panel bonded to ground. Is an AC disconnecting switch installed? All-call voice paging, including visual indicator, operates.
Output circuits for selective voice paging, including visual indication, F operates. Output circuits for selective voice paging trouble operation, including visual G indication, operates. Microphone, including press to talk switch, operates.
H Operation of voice paging does not interfere with initial inhibit time of alert I signal and alarm signal. All-call voice paging operates on emergency power supply. J Upon failure of one amplifier, system automatically transfers to backup K amplifier s.
Fire Alarm System Periodic Inspection (CAN/ULC-S)
Circuits for emergency telephone call-in operation, including audible and L visual indication operates. Circuits for emergency telephones for operation, including two-way voice M communication, operates. Circuits for emergency telephone trouble operation, including visual N indication, operates.
O Emergency telephone verbal communication operates.
P Emergency telephone operable or in-use tone at handset operates. While in standby mode, voice communication busses used for paging, alert signal, alarm signal, and emergency telephone communication circuits, an Q open circuit fault, or short circuit fault, or operation of an overcurrent protective device provided for the purpose, shall result in a specific trouble indication specific to the faulty buss.
Recommended Additional Testing not mandated by the Standard: Visual indicator test luc test operates. Communication control enclosure bonded to ground.
Trouble signal on the voice communication system results in ulx trouble signal on the fire alarm system. Output circuit designations correctly identified in relation to connected field devices.
Correct designations for common control functions and indicators. Plug-in components and modules securely in place. Plug-in cables securely in place. Record the date, revision and version of firmware: Record the date, revision and version of the program software: Termination points for wiring to field devices secure.
Recommended Additional Visual Inspection not mandated by the Standard: Circuit Disconnect Means Location: Adequate to meet the requirements of the system. Where fault isolation in power distribution riser has been provided, tests have been conducted to ensure a wire-to-wire short in the field wiring between each pair of control units or transponders, in C turn, results in annunciation of the fault and continued operation outside of the shorted section confirmed.
CAN/ULC-S Fire Alarm Annual Inspection Test Form
Ancillary devices, which are powered from the control unit or transponder, are recorded. Power for ancillary devices is taken from a source separate from the fire alarm system control unit or transponder power supply.
Power for ancillary devices is taken from the control unit or transponder that is designed to provide such power. Power supply cabinet where applicable is clean and free of dust and dirt. Emergency Ccan Supply Identification: Battery Type as installed: Battery Capacity as installed: Required Building Code Alarm Operation: Correct battery rating as determined by battery calculations based on full system load.
H Terminals cleaned and lubricated.