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Topic Title: Domestic Smoke Alarm Circuit
Topic Summary: 1.00mm2 or 1.5mm2
Created On: 05 October 2017 09:22 AM
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The instructions for the Kidde Slick-Fit range state

"Total cable length between alarms must not exceed 250m (273yds) and be 1.0mm in diameter, 3 core and earth (BS6243Y). Wiring must conform to the IEE regulations - BS7671, or latest edition."

I don't think I've ever used anything other than 1.0mm for smokes, but I usually wire them to a lighting circuit.
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