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Tue Aug 27, 2019 3:39 pm

This small school that is in the same district is the Allenton elementary school and the system is set up like this.

Edwards 894B-001
In hallways and other areas not noted

Edwards 892-2B
Art classroom

Simplex 2901-9833+2903-9101
Computer Lab

Siemens U-HNH
Reading classroom

Edwards Integrity
Music classroom

Edwards Genesis
Social worker's office
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Thu Aug 29, 2019 9:20 pm

Oak High School is a high school originally built in 1992. The school has 7 halls (excluding staff only halls.), 2 boiler rooms, a gym, a cafeteria, 103 class rooms, A 300 square foot media center and computer lab hybrid, 2 science labs, 7 portables outside, A auditorium, A basement and a large tunnel system under the school connected to the the basement and service building.

Panel:
Simplex 4100ES in electrical room in the main office. Remote command center in auditorium.

Initiating devices:
Simplex ADA T bars
Simplex TrueAlarms
Simplex duct detectors

Notification appliances:
Simplex ES speaker/strobes in most areas including classes and auditorium
Simplex Truealert ES horn/strobes in gym.
Wheelock MB-10 10 inch motor bells outside gym
Wheelock MB-4 4 inch bells outside auditorium
Simplex ES speakers in tunnels and basement
Federal Signal 350 Gray horn in panel control room. 3 buzzes in a row signals supervisory. 1 loud buzz signals fire alarm. code 4-4-4-4 signals a trouble. 5-6-4-3 signals power failure.

Clocks & intercom systems
Simplex wired clock system
Simplex 4 inch bells for passing classes and for all clear in case of a fire drill, lockdown, tornado, earthquake or chemical drill.
Simplex intercom system

Suppression:
Science rooms all have Fenwell halon control system
Ansul halon tanks
Fenwell halon MT set on bell
Fenwell RSS
System sensor MASS White horn only

Sprinklers:
Grinnell sprinkler system
Potter PBA and MBA bell outside riser room. MBA bell signals riser failure. PBA Bell signals fire sprinkler activation

Other signaling:
Adaptabell installed on sewage pump
Simplex 10" bell connected to sewage
Wheelock MT white horn only devices outside set on bell and whoop for class changing because there are no bells outside.
Federal signal beacons outside for lockdowns (blue)
STI Stopper stations for tornado and lockdown emergencys
Federal signal selectones for lockdown and tornado. All set on siren

Tornado siren:
ACA Allertor installed outside the school (It was installed in 1978 WAY before the school was built.) due to the school being in the middle of of tornado alley.
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Thu Aug 29, 2019 10:25 pm

Caribou Community K-8 school is an elementary-middle school that has a mostly Gentex system with mostly Gentex notification appliances except where otherwise stated.

Gentex SHG
In hallways and other areas not noted

Edwards Adaptahorn+802-2B
Larger STEM lab, multi-purpose room and ESL classroom

Wheelock 34-24+Space Age Electronics AV32
Art classroom and computer lab

Simplex 2901-9806+4903-9101
Band classroom

Gentex GX-90
Largest kindergarten room and behavioral specialist's office

Gentex Commander 2
Library physical therapy office and the stage
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Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:52 am

Greg's grocery is a grocery store built in 1999. The grocery store has the main grocery area, a back area, sprinkler riser, loading bay and a small office.

Panel:
Current: EST 2
Original: EST 1

Notification appliances:
Current: Mix of EST Genesis's and EST Integrity devices. All set on code 3
Original EST Integrity devices set on code 3

Pull stations:
Current: Mix of 2708-B And 270-SPOs
Original:270-SPOs

Other signaling devices:
Adaptahorn with Adaptabeacon for freezer failure
Tork Alert Simplex horn rebrand (flush mount)
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Fri Aug 30, 2019 9:51 pm

Larkin high school is located in a large school district and has a population of 1432 students. This is their fire alarm system.

Faraday 6120
In hallways and other areas not noted

Gentex SHG
Family and consumer science kitchen, the resource classroom and the self-contained classroom

Faraday 5505
STEM lab and nursing classroom

Wheelock 7002T
Dance hall

SpectrAlert Advance
Library and the alternative learning program classroom

Siemens ZH
Drama classroom, business classroom and the college coordinator’s office
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Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:51 pm

Scott Middle School was built in 1970. The school has a 1 story main building, A detached gymnasium, and a detached auditorium. The school has a water tower because the school was in the spot of an old abandoned textile mile demolished in 1969 and the water tower is currently serving the fire sprinkler and most of the water supply lines.

Panel:
Main building panel: Simplex 4208 with related annunciator panel in left hall
Gymnasium panel: Simplex 4208
Auditorium panel: Simplex 4208 panel for main building: 4208 kept and connected to 4010 for smokes

Initiating devices:
Simplex 4251-30s
Simplex 4251-20s in office and basement
Simplex heat detectors
Simplex 1990s Trualarms
Some 4099-9001 stations in some areas connected to 4010

Notification appliances:
Simplex 4051s on 4050-80 light plates
Simplex 2901-9840s outside in weatherproof cases
Simplex Remote strobes
Simplex 2901-9838s replacing some 4051s
1 Simplex Trualert in the basement

P.A:
Rauland Telecenter U
Rauland square speakers
Simplex 10" bells for class change

Sprinklers:
Grinnell Sprinkler fittings
Grinnell sprinkler bell
Potter flowswitch
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Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:05 pm

This is how the system of Slinger elementary school is designed and where the horns are located.

Simplex 2901-9833+2903-9101
In hallways and other areas not noted

Simplex 2901-9846+4903-9105
The largest preschool classroom, the downstairs resource classroom and the art classroom

Simplex 2901-9806+4903-9101
The music classroom and the library

Edwards 892-2B
One of the exit stairwells

SpectrAlert Classic
The reading classroom and the social worker's office

Wheelock ZNS
The nurse's office, the math interventionist's office and the speech office
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Sun Sep 08, 2019 10:33 am

James Shopping mall was built in 1999. The mall has 4 anchor tenants and 190 other store spaces. The mall also has a 5 story parking garage as the mall is 5 stories tall. The main mall system also services 2 floors in the parking garage. All other 3 levels have their own panel.


FACP:
Main main: Simplex Simplex 4100ES w/voice evac and fire phone and a 4010 from the original install
3 levels of parking garage: Simplex 4006

Initiating devices:
Simplex ADA t bars with MAPNET II
Simplex 4099-9001s connected to 4010
Simplex 2099 t bars in parking garage

Notification appliances:
Simplex 4902-9716 speakers on the ceiling
Simplex 4906-9130s paired with the speakers.
Simplex 4903-9238s in older areas on the ceiling
Simplex white truealert horn/strobes in 3 stores: The apple store, The LEGO store and the Microsoft store.
Parking garage: Wheelock MTs set on bell and code 3 tone

Special systems in anchors:
Sears: Wheelock MB-10 motor bells with LSM strobes. Panel is a MS-5-UD-3. Stations are RSG-RMS-1Ts.
Belk: Wheelock AS devices on the ceiling. Wheelock NS in front of elevator and stairs. Panel is a Fire-Lite-Miniscan.
JCPenny: System Sensor MASS's set on whoop. Panel is a Fire Lite MS-10-UD-3. Stations are bg-10s
Dillards: System Sensor Classics. Panel is a Fire Lite MS-5-UD-3
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Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:47 pm

Bainbridge Island has several schools. One of them is Woodward middle school. This is how their fire alarm system is set up.

Simplex 4051+4050-80
In hallways and other areas not noted

Space Age Electronics 2DCD+AV32
The technology lab, the woodshop lab and the foreign language classroom

Gentex GMS
The reading classroom and the locker rooms

Simplex 2901-9838+2903-9101
The math interventionist's office

Wheelock NS
The outside portables and the nurse's office

Simplex 4903-9236
The main entrance area, a basement stairwell and the guidance office
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Sat Sep 21, 2019 2:21 pm

Pradon Middle School was built in 1951 as a 3-story, 575 student campus. A 2-story, 14 classroom and cafeteria addition was built in 1986. A new media center, gym, and classroom addition was built in 2009.

Fire Alarm
Panel
  • Current System: Simplex 4100U INFOALARM - Voice Evac Campuswide
  • Original System: Simplex 2001, replacing a coded IBM system. FireLite Miniscan 12/24 for elevator recall.
Annunciator
  • Current System: Simplex 4603-9101 in front lobby
  • Original System: Graphic Annunciator
Initiating Devices
  • Current Systems: Pulls are all Simplex 4099-9002s, some of which are under Stopper II covers. Smoke detectors are all Simplex 4098-9714s. Heat detectors are all Simplex 4098-9614s. AHUs have Simplex 4098-9756 duct detectors.
  • Original System: The 1951 building had IBM break-glass pulls, with two 4521-20s (one in the library, the other in the kitchen) and a Edwards 270-SPO in the choir room. IBM mechanical heat sensors were in a few places, but most of them were replaced with 2098s or TrueAlarms. The 1986 addition had 4521-20 pulls, and three 2099-9001s, and 2098 series smoke detectors. For elevator recall, there were System Sensor Ion detectors at each elevator landing, with an i3 and a System Sensor heat detector in the machine room.
Notification Appliances
  • Current System: Signals here are mostly Simplex 4906-9151 speaker/strobes. These can be found in all hallways, classrooms, the media center, cafeteria, old gym, weight room, locker rooms, band room, choir room, dance room, CTE labs, kitchen, and front office. Small offices and areas requiring additional speaker coverage have Simplex 4902-9716 speakers. Restrooms have Simplex 4906-9101 strobes. The new gym has Wheelock STH speakers behind wire-guards, along with 4906-9101 strobes. Outside, there are Wheelock ET70WP speaker/strobes. All strobes are sync’d. The system plays a slow whoop tone and the following message
    Female Voice: “May I have your attention please. May I have your attention please. There has been a fire emergency reported in the building. Please proceed to the nearest exit or stairway and exit the building. Do not use the elevators.”
  • Original System: The 1951 building had IBM 4030-1 horns in the hallways, library, wood shop, metals lab, and gym. The band and choir rooms had Federal 350 horns on 2903 strobe plates (these were previously the cafeteria). The locker rooms had Gentex SHGs installed in 1994. There was a Simplex 4040 on the third floor hallway. The home ec lab has a Wheelock 31T horn replacing a 4030-1. The 1986 building had 2901-9806 horns on 2903 strobe plates in the hallways, cafeteria, and some of the larger rooms, along with a few TrueAlerts and a Wheelock 7002. There was also a flush mounted 2901-9833 outside. All restrooms in both buildings had 2904 strobes. Signal coding was 4-4 with the original IBM system, but changed to 90 BPM march time when the 2001 was installed.
Intercom
Head-End Equipment
  • Current System: Rauland Telecenter VI
  • Original System: Stromberg Carlson PowerKing
Admin Phones or Mics
  • Current System: Rauland TC6434 at receptionist’s desk, TC6402 in all offices and in the clinic.
  • Original System: Stromberg Mic next to rack
Speakers, Call Switches
  • Current System: All hallways, the media center, new gym, and cafeteria have Rauland ACC5WB speakers. Classrooms have Rauland ACC1400 speakers and TCDPB2 call switches. Office areas have Rauland ACC1400 speakers. The old gym has Atlas Horn Speakers. Outside, there are Rauland 3603 speakers behind wire-guards.
  • Original System: In the 1951 building, the media center and hallways had Stromberg RH-29 speakers. Classrooms had RH-28 speakers and unknown call switches. The gym had RP-27 speaker horns. Areas that were the old gym had Simplex clock/speaker units. The 1986 building had Tandy power horns in the hallways and cafeteria, and Bogen speakers and call switches in classrooms.
Bell
  • Current System: Chime tone over intercom
  • Original System: The 1951 Building had IBM RVF4015-6A bells in the hallways, old gym, media center, and in some rooms (like the home ec lab). There were two Edwards bells replacing dead IBM bells. Outside, they had IBM RV4016-6A bells, and a Simplex 4080 bell. The 1986 addition had Simplex 4090-1 bells in the hallways, in some classrooms, and cafeteria, and 4080 bells outside. Both buildings had buzzers in the classroom clocks.
Clock System
Master Clock Panel
  • Current System: Integrated into intercom system
  • Original System: Simplex 2350 replacing an IBM model
Clocks
  • Current System: The whole school uses Rauland 2520 clocks. These can be found in the classrooms, cafeteria, media center, locker rooms, and front office. Hallways have the same clocks but mounted on dual facing units.
  • Original System: The 1951 building had a mix of IBM, Simplex, and Lathem analog clocks, while the 1986 building used Simplex analog clocks exculsivley.
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Sat Sep 21, 2019 9:42 pm

The next school that is located in Bainbridge Island and is what Woodward feeds into is Bainbridge middle school. There are 5 buildings in all and they are all detached but on the same campus. West 100 which has 1 floor houses the main office, shop electives, special education pull-out classes, a reading classroom and the library. There is also a separate building for music close to it. West 200 has 2 floors which have more shop electives on the first floor and classrooms on the second floor. East 300 is also a building that has two floors and has classrooms, shop electives and support subjects on the first floor and more classrooms on the second floor. Finally, there is the East 400 building which consists of 2 floors and is where the physical education classes are.

Wheelock 7002T
All of the buildings has these alarms and for the most part they are in the hallway but they are sometimes in areas that need a horn/strobe also

Edwards 892-2B
The reading classroom, the nursing lab and the art classroom

Siemens U-HNH
The exterior or the music building and the nurse’s office

Simplex 4051+4050-80
Main Gymnasium Foyer

Wheelock MT
Photography lab and the entrance to the East 300 building

SpectrAlert Advance
The music building (which is just one classroom), the family and consumer science kitchen and the math interventionist’s office
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Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:21 pm

The next elementary school (my last school I did was a high school and not a middle school and I mistyped that.) in the Bainbridge Island school district is Blakely elementary school. This is how their system is set up.

Fire Lite 450+Simplex 4050-80
In hallways and other areas not noted

Space Age Electronics 2DCD+AV32
The library, the art classroom and the nurse’s office

Simplex 2901-9833+2903-9101
The music classroom and the speech office

Gentex SHG
The emotional behavioral disorders classroom

Wheelock NS
The side portables and the psychologist’s office

Edwards Integrity
The back portables, the exterior of the school and the social worker’s office
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Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:07 pm

WARNING: I got a little (a lot) carried away with the backstory for this one. Read it if you want, don't read it if you want.

Smallsville Community School in Smallsville, Ohio is a medium-sized regional K-12 school serving just over 2,000 students. The school originally opened in 1921 as the 58,000 square-foot Smallsville High School, and served about 400 students in grades 7-12. Over the next several decades, the population of Smallsville began to increase steadily, and by 1960 there were nearly 1,000 students enrolled at the school. By 1965, the then-current Smallsville elementary school was crazy overcrowded and in need of substantial maintenance work. In 1967, the Smallsville School District successfully passed a nearly $6 million dollar facilities referendum that would build two new identical elementary schools (named "Northside" and "Southside", respectively) on opposite ends of the city, demolish the current elementary school, and nearly double the size of the high school, adding state-of-the-art science labs along with a new auditorium and gymnasium.

By 1970, all work was done on the three buildings. Both elementary schools, 45,000 square-feet in size, had identical Simplex systems with Simplex 4263-1 coded pull stations and Simplex 4040 horns. Neither building was sprinklered, and neither building had any smoke or heat sensors. As for the high school, the existing 1921 high school building remained without a fire alarm system while the large 1970 addition also had a Simplex system with 4263-1 coded pull stations and 4040 horns. Where the 1921 building met the 1970 addition, the 4040 horns had projectors so they could be heard in the old building. The 1970 addition, unlike the elementary schools, was sprinklered and had a few Simplex 4255-1 heat detectors.

Fast forward to the 1980s, and the population of Smallsville begins to decline. As a result of this decline, in 1984 the Smallsville School district voted unanimously to shutter Northside elementary and condense all K-6 operations into Southside elementary. Northside elementary was to become Smallsville Middle School, as the high school was still somewhat overcrowded and would now only serve grades 9-12 as opposed to 7-12. As a result of these changes, a small 10,000 square-foot addition consisting of a new gymnasium and new admin space was added to the former Northside elementary building to allow it to function as a middle school. The new gymnasium had Simplex 2901-9806 horns flush-mounted into the walls paired with Simplex 4251-20 pull stations. Around this time, both the new middle school and Southside elementary school received Simplex 2098-9642 smoke detectors as part of a separate project. There were no other major fire alarm system changes at any school during this time, aside from a few spot replacements.

By the early 1990s, all three Smallsville schools were struggling yet again with enrollment. Additionally, poor construction led to a rapid deterioration of both Smallville Middle School and the recently-renamed Smallsville Elementary School (formerly Southside elementary). It was clear to the district that while the high school was still in good shape, the two barely 20 year-old schools were not doing well at all. In 1993, Smallsville Middle School was reabsorbed into Smallsville High School to make better use of space, and the building was sold to pay for facilities upkeep at the other two schools. The sale of the middle school gave the district enough money to finally install a proper HVAC system throughout the entire high school in 1995; the source of many complaints throughout the years. Long story short ceilings were dropped, walls were expanded, and as a result of that the entire fire alarm system was upgraded to a Simplex 4020 system with Simplex 4903-9219 horn/strobes throughout the building and 4904-93xx remote strobes in classrooms and restrooms, paired with Simplex 2099 pull stations and TrueAlarm smoke detectors. Meanwhile, Smallsville elementary school was falling into deeper and deeper disrepair, and among other things was still not air conditioned, unsprinklered, and had no automatic fire detection.

By the late 1990s, enrollment had again begun to stabilize, and Smallsville was growing yet again. The district felt confident enough to ask voters for a $14 million dollar new elementary school that was to be constructed on the high school campus; a more central location than the current building on the south end of town. Voters initially rejected the proposal, but after two failed attempts voters finally gave the new elementary school a chance in 1999.
The new school, identical in size to the old one was completed in fall of 2001 and had a Simplex 4010 system with Simplex TrueAlert-series horn/strobes throughout the hallways and classrooms (fun fact: these were among the first TrueAlert-series devices to be installed anywhere). Because the TrueAlerts were so new, the local Simplex branch wanted to use up some old stock of the rectangular 4903-series devices, so the gymnasium as well as a few classrooms here and there actually had those horn/strobes instead of TrueAlerts, and all of the remote strobes were the rectangular 4904-93xx devices. Just like the high school, the pull stations were Simplex 2099s and the smoke detectors were Simplex TrueAlarms, albeit the newer version. The old elementary school, along with its awesome vintage Simplex goodness, was demolished in early 2003.

In 2009, Smallsville Elementary and Smallsville High School consolidated under one name to become "Smallsville Community Schools".

In 2016, with yet again more maintenance issues at the high school paired with what many considered outdated classroom configurations and technology that was in some cases decades old the Smallsville School District decided to launch a new initiative; Smallsville High School would undergo a massive, three-year renovation that would preserve the architectural elements of the original 1921 building while demolishing most of the 1970s building in favor of a new annex built to 21st century standards. Voters were much more enthusiastic this time around, and supported the $48 million referendum on election day 2016. Work began the following spring, with the 1970 wing cleared out and demolished by the time students were back the following fall. Because of the unique aspects of the project, all students were crammed into roughly half of the space that they had been the previous year with half the school being demolished. Because of this, classrooms in the 1921 building were split with temporary walls down the middle for the entire 2017-18 school year. Because of ADA requirements, temporary SpectrAlert Advance p2r horn/strobes were installed in some classrooms, sometimes alongside the still-connected 4904 remote strobes that had been there before. By the summer of 2018, the new addition was largely complete, and the exact same procedure was done in the new wing while the 1921 building underwent renovation. The new wing had System Sensor p2r horn/strobes installed temporarily while construction was still ongoing until the 2018-19 school year. By the 2018-19 school year construction was complete in both sections of the building and the temporary walls were taken down. The p2r's that had been installed for one year in the 1921 building and one year in the new addition were replaced in favor of more permanent System Sensor SPSWL and SPSCWL speaker/strobes. The system as it is today includes a Notifier Onyx-series control panel with the aforementioned SPSWL and SPSCWL speaker/strobes for notification appliances and Notifier NBG-12LX dual-action pull stations with Notifier FSP-951 smoke detectors. Exterior notification appliances are Wheelock ET70 speaker/strobes.
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Mon Oct 07, 2019 12:14 am

The rival school district to Bainbridge Island which is the River Falls school district has 6 schools in all. This is the floor plan of their high school. Their building is called River Falls high school.

Wheelock 7001T
In hallways and other areas not noted

Wheelock 7001
The family and consumer science lab, the computer lab and the cafeteria vestibule

Simplex 2901-9833+2903-9101
The band room and the nurse’s office

Faraday 6120
The graphic arts classroom

Wheelock MT
The media center and the fitness room

Wheelock AS
The agriculture lab, the gymnasium locker rooms and an upstairs science corridor
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