!http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef019aff9f4775970d-500wi|src=http://nfpa.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8351b9f3453ef019aff9f4775970d-500wi|alt=30B10619600E4E46A3C66885E2AA3A44|style=margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;|title=30B10619600E4E46A3C66885E2AA3A44|class=asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d8351b9f3453ef019aff9f4775970d!The technical committees for NFPA 72®, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code ,
have struggled with issues relating to the use of Ethernet networks for the transmission and interconnectivity of fire alarm systems for a number of years, says Wayne Moore in the latest issue of +NFPA Journal+. To help resolve those issues, the Correlating Committee for Signaling Systems for the Protection of
Life and Property established a task group, which recently submitted the result of its work as a proposal that would help bring the fire alarm and
emergency communications industry closer to using interconnectivity
already used by most other microprocessor-based systems. For more on these changes, read the Wayne's column "Shared Paths" in the September/October issue of Journal.