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(a) Emergency Devices for Summoning Assistance. (Title 24, part 7, section 7-3041(a)). (1) Passenger elevators and automatic operation freight elevators shall be provided with an emergency alarm system, operable from within the car, which will provide effective means for summoning assistance at all hours in case of emergency. (2) New installations of passenger or freight elevators, which are operated at any time without a designated operator in the car, shall be provided with one of the two following emergency alarm systems. (A) A telephone in each elevator car, connected to a central telephone exchange providing 24 hour service. (B) A system meeting the following requirements. 1. An electric bell, operable from the car, not less than 6 inches in diameter, located inside the building and audible inside and outside the hoistway. One bell operable from all cars may be used for a group of elevators. 2. Means for two-way conversation between each elevator and a readily accessible point outside the hoistway. EXCEPTIONS: 1. Elevators in buildings having a height from the lowest to the highest elevator landing of not more than 65 feet, providing the distance between any adjacent landing does not exceed 15 feet. 2. When the means of communication with an approved emergency service permits two-way conversation. See section 3041(a)(3)(B). 3. If the bell or the means of two-way conversation, or both, are normally connected to the building power supply, they shall automatically transfer to a source of emergency power within 10 seconds after the normal supply fails. The power source shall be capable of providing for the operation of the bell for one hour and the means of two-way conversation for 4 hours. (3) Where elevators, which are operated at any time without a designated operator in the car, are located in buildings, other than apartments, hotels, or similar residential buildings, where attendants, watchmen, or tenants are not continuously available to take action in case the emergency signal is operated, and are not provided with a telephone in the elevator car connected to a central exchange system, they shall be provided with one of the following additional emergency signal devices. (A) An electrical alarm bell, not less than 6 inches in diameter operable from inside the car shall be mounted in a weatherproof enclosure on the outside of the building near the main entrance. A sign that can be read from the adjacent sidewalk shall be mounted on or near the bell and shall be marked "ELEVATOR EMERGENCY, CALL POLICE" in letters not less than 2 inches high. Only one outside alarm bell is required, which shall be operable from the cars of all elevators of the type specified in the building. An emergency power source meeting the requirements of section 3041(a)(2)(B)3 shall be provided. (B) Means within the car for communicating with or signaling to an approved emergency service which operates 24 hours each day. (4) A sign, having lettering not less than 3/16 inch, shall be provided in passenger elevators adjacent to the car emergency alarm giving instructions as to the use of the device for summoning assistance. (b) Photoelectric Tube By-Pass Switch. (1) Elevators equipped with photoelectric tube devices, which control the closing of automatic, power-operated car or hoistway doors, or both, shall have a switch in the car which, when actuated, will render the photoelectric tube device ineffective. (2) The switch shall be constant-pressure type, requiring not less than 10 lbf (44.5 N) nor more than 15 lbf (66.7 N) pressure to actuate. (3) The switch shall be located not less than 6 ft. (1.83 m) nor more than 6.5 ft (1.98 m) above the car floor, and shall be located in or adjacent to the operating panel. (4) The switch shall be clearly labeled "TO BE USED IN CASE OF FIRE ONLY." (5) Switches shall be kept in working order or be removed when existing installations are arranged to comply with subsection 3041(b), Exceptions. EXCEPTIONS to subsection 3041(b): 1. Elevators installed and maintained in compliance with subsections 3041(c)(1)(A) and 3041(c)(1)(B). 2. Where alternate means, acceptable to the Division and fire authority having jurisdiction, are provided that will ensure the doors can close under adverse smoke conditions. (Title 24, part 2, section 5103(h).) (c) Operation of Elevators Under Fire or Other Emergency Conditions. (1) Elevators with automatic operation and automatic power operated hoistway doors shall conform to the following: Exception: New elevators having a travel of not more than 25 ft. (7.62m) and elevators existing at the time of adoption of this order with a travel of not more than 50 ft. (15.24m). (A) A three-position (on, off, and by-pass), key-operated switch shall be provided at the designated level for each single elevator or for each group of elevators. The key shall be removable only in the "on" and "off" positions. When the switch is in the "on" position, all elevators controlled by this switch and which are on automatic service shall return nonstop to the designated level and the doors shall open and remain open. 1. An elevator traveling away from the designated level shall reverse at or before the next available floor without opening its doors. 2. Elevators standing at a floor other than the designated level, with doors open, shall close the doors without delay, and proceed to the designated level. 3. Door reopening devices for power-operated doors which are sensitive to products of combustion, heat or flame shall be rendered inoperative. 4. All car and corridor call buttons shall be rendered inoperative and all call registered lights and direction lanterns shall be extinguished and remain inoperative. 5. A car stopped at a landing shall have its "Emergency Stop Switch" required by section 3040(b)(5) rendered inoperative as soon as the doors are closed and it starts toward the designated level. A moving car, traveling to or away from the designated level, shall have its "Emergency Stop Switch" rendered inoperative immediately. 6. A sensing device at each elevator landing which, when activated, prevents cars from stopping at that floor shall not be substituted for the above requirements. (B) Sensing Devices. 1. In addition to the key operated switch required in section 3041(c)(1)(A) above, sensing devices shall be located in accordance with NFPA No. 72-E-1984 at each elevator landing at each floor except the designated level. The sensing devices shall be either combined rate of rise and fixed temperature devices or smoke sensing devices approved and listed as suitable for this purpose by the State Fire Marshal. The activation of a sensing device at any elevator landing shall cause all cars in all groups that serve that landing to return non-stop to the designated level. The operation shall conform to the requirements of section 3041(c)(1)(A)1 through section 3041(c)(1)(A)5. The key-operated switch required by section 3041(c)(1)(A), when moved to the "by-pass" position, shall restore normal service independent of the sensing devices. Smoke detector systems shall not be self-resetting. EXCEPTIONS: (a) Elevator landings in buildings which are completely protected by an automatic sprinkler system. (See NFPA No. 13-1983 Sprinkler System) (b) Elevator landings of unenclosed landings open to the atmosphere or open to an interior court of a building. (c) Freight elevators located in single use buildings where openings are into manufacturing areas. 2. In addition to the sensing devices required by section 3041(c)(1)(B)1, either or both of the following additions are permitted: (A) Sensing devices installed at the designated-level which, when activated, will cause all cars in all groups that serve that lobby to return non-stop to an alternate level, approved by the Division, unless the key-operated switch required by section 3041(c)(1)(A) is in the "on" position. (B) Sensing devices installed in associated elevator machine rooms or associated elevator hoistways which, when activated, will cause all cars to function as specified in section 3041(c)(1)(B). Note: See T24 CCR, section E620-37, Foreign Wires, for limitations on sensing devices located in elevator hoistways. (C) Elevators without a landing at grade level shall be returned to the landing closest to grade level or other level approved by the local fire authorities and shall conform to the requirements of section 3041(c)(1)(A)1 through section 3041(c)(1)(A)6. (D) Elevators having a travel of 70 feet or more above the lowest grade elevation surrounding the building shall be provided with the following operation: A two position (off, on) key-operated switch shall be provided in or adjacent to an operating panel in each car and shall be effective only when the designated level key-operated switch is in the "on" position or a sensing device has been activated and the car has returned to the designated level or other approved alternate level. The key shall be removable only in the "off" position, and when in the "on" position it shall place the elevator on emergency service. The operation of elevators on emergency service shall be as follows: 1. An elevator shall be operable only by a person in the elevator. 2. Elevators shall not respond to elevator corridor calls. 3. The opening of power-operated doors shall be controlled only by continuous pressure "Door Open" buttons or switches. If the switch or button is released prior to the doors reaching the fully open position, the doors shall automatically reclose. Open doors shall be closed by registration of a car call or by pressure on "Door Close" switch or button. 4. The car shall stay on emergency service as long as the car key is in the "on" position even though the designated level key-operated switch is returned to its "off" position. 5. The emergency stop switch shall be rendered operative. (E) Multi-deck elevators shall conform to the requirements of section 3041(c)(1)(D), section 3041(c)(1)(

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