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What is DIN 14675?

Published
January 17, 2024
Fire alarm

DIN 14675 is a German standard that outlines the requirements for fire alarm systems in buildings. The standard sets out guidelines for planning, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of fire alarm systems to ensure that they function properly in the event of a fire.

The standard applies to all types of buildings, including residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, and it covers all aspects of fire alarm systems, from detection and notification devices to control panels and power supplies.

DIN 14675 specifies the minimum requirements for fire alarm systems, which includes the number and location of detectors and alarms, the type of power supply, the means of communication with emergency services, and the procedures for testing and maintenance.

Compliance with DIN 14675 is mandatory in Germany, and it is often used as a benchmark for fire alarm systems in other countries as well.

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