Why not? That is one of the big advantages of an addressable system. It is listed as a Class B supervised circuit even with T-Taps.
Don I am fully aware it is allowed, many things are allowed, that does not mean they are all good ideas. I will not do it, and the engineers in my area will not draw it that way.
The OP did not state it was class B and in my area class B is pretty much history.
In RI for instance even if the panel is only Class B the EOL must be brought around back to the panel. If the panel is Class A capable the system must be wired Class A.
If I recall most of the manufactures only allow one device per T-Tap.
It surprises me you think this is an advantage.
Ron, the panels I work with will indicate ground fault if the shield touches ground.
Siemens for instance is very sensitive to shield grounds.