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Multiple-station smoke alarm
The 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), published by the International Code Council (ICC) defines a multiple-station smoke alarm as: ‘Two or more single-station alarm devices that are capable of interconnection such that actuation of one causes all integral or separate audible alarms to operate.’
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