[quote=fireguy]Call the fire suppression company and ask them to print out the wiring diagrams for that system.)
..And you'll read.. "by others" (big ole company I mite add,
). As they only show their contacts for you to hook up to.
:Intake air is to shut off.: NFPA 96. 8.3.2
:Hood lights may be left on or be required to shut off, a local option.:
NFPA 17-A 184.108.40.206
"On activation of any cooking fire extinguishing system,ALL sources of fuel and electric power that PRODUCE heat to all equipment protected by the system SHALL be shut down."
One could read this as: 1) lights are electric. 2) they produce heat, directly or indirectly, to the equipment. 3) If broken,the electricity could become a source of fuel.