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Old 09-18-2010, 01:03 PM   #1
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do my low voltage (12 v dc) smokes that are tied to my security system which also has standby power (12v battery) meet code. If not can i make them meet code?

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Building code requires smokes. Electrical code tells you how to wire them. Not sure if 12 volt smokes meet code. I can't see why not. Call you local fire department (not via 911) and ask them. They are usually very helpful when it comes these things.

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