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NFPA 496 - location of low-pressure Alarm/Indicator

Question asked by d.ritter on Apr 27, 2017

It is my understanding that NFPA 496 requires an indicator or alarm in the event that a protected enclosure loses safety gas pressure. Can this alarm/indicator be in the control room (~100ft away), where the operators usually reside? Or does the alarm/indicator need to be in close proximity to the protected enclosure? The environment is Class I Division 2. (The pressurized enclosure houses a thermal camera.)