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directs that where the building is sprinklered, that a fault within one floor area shall not prevent voice communication in another. Is the fault referred to in the data loop serving active field device, and/or supporting field devices or does this refer to a fault in a voice communication circuit. In other words, does one have to split up voice communication speakers into different circuits when they serve different floor areas?
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If the floor area your are referring to is on a different fire alarm zone, then good engineering practice (and the intent of this Section which relates to distributed type systems) would entail a separate speaker zone as well or a buss isolator (added March 13, 2013).
I would recommend that you obtain the latest version of the Installation Standard which includes the February 2011 Amendment. The Amendment is, unfortunately, not available as a separate document (which, in my opinion, it should be).
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