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is it normal practice for fire fighting system are separated from ovation operator station?

is it normal practice for fire fighting system are separated from ovation operator station?

is it normal practice for fire fighting system are separated from ovation operator station?

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Dear Eng-Tips users,

Is it a normal practice for fire fighting system are separated or don't have a graphics in ovation operator station? I'm a fresh graduate working in coal power plant. in my company, fire fighting system using notifier onyxworks by honeywell so they have dedicated fire alarm control panel but i'm curious why the fire alarm signal not sent to ovation as an ESD signal.

Thank you,

RE: is it normal practice for fire fighting system are separated from ovation operator station?

I don't know the answer but I do know they don't want anything to stop a fire pump, they don't even have electrical overloads.

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