Or. Admin. R. 837-045-0060 - Power Source

(1) The power supply of a smoke alarm shall be a commercial power source, an integral battery or batteries or a combination of both. The power supply for a smoke detector shall be a commercial power source.
(2) When a smoke alarm or smoke detector is served from a commercial power source, the wiring shall be permanent and shall not have a disconnecting switch other than that required for over current protection.
(3) When a line cord and plug is used, it shall be plugged directly into a fixed outlet box and the plug shall be secured by a device that cannot be removed without the use of a tool.
(4) The owner of a dwelling unit, lodging house or hotel shall obtain a permit from the local building official for the installation of a 110-volt smoke alarm or a low-voltage smoke detector connected to a fire alarm control panel.


Or. Admin. R. 837-045-0060
OSFM 10-2000, f. 9-14-00, cert. ef. 10-1-00

Stat. Auth.: ORS 479.255 & ORS 479.295

Stats. Implemented: ORS 479.250 - ORS 479.300

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