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UL 268B OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR VIDEO IMAGE SMOKE DETECTORS - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2009-04-29
Description: The intent of this Outline of Investigation is to utilize the existing applicable US requirements in UL 268, Standard for Smoke Detectors For Fire Alarm Systems, and incorporate additional requirements necessary for the evaluation of Video Image Smoke Detectors. Although Video Image Smoke Detectors may include flame detection, this Outline does not include testing for flame detectors or the combination of Video Image and Flame detection.
FMAPPROVAL 3232 - VIDEO IMAGE SMOKE DETECTORS FOR AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM SIGNALING Organization: FM
Date: 2011-12-01
Description: This information assists in defining the limits for the overall application and Approved use of the product A Video Image Fire Detector is a combination Video Image Smoke and Flame Detector (VIS&FD) and will be examined in accordance with this standard and will be listed in the Approval Guide as a Video Image Fire Detector.
UL - 268B BULLETIN - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR VIDEO IMAGE SMOKE DETECTORS Organization: UL
Date: 2009-05-05
ULC/ORD-C529A - VIDEO IMAGE SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEM DEVICES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: The intent of this ORD is to utilize the existing applicable ²in Canada² requirements in ULC-S529, Smoke Detectors for Fire Alarm Systems, and incorporate additional requirements necessary for the evaluation of video image smoke detection system devices. Although video image smoke detection system devices may include flame detection functions, this ORD does not include testing for flame detection functions or the combination of Video Image Smoke and Flame detection functions.
ARINC 837 - DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR AIRCRAFT CABIN HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES - 2011 Organization: ARINC
Date: 2011-06-01
Description: Currently, these functions include elements such as the following: • Control of the cabin lighting system • Control of the cabin air-conditioning system • Monitoring of the door, lavatory, and smoke detector status • Operation of in-flight entertainment • Operation of in-flight communication equipment (e.g., GSM, WiFi) • Creation of cabin defect reports in digital form Complex touch screen devices provide the HMI for control and indication elements necessary to handle these functions.

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