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A. Except where a building permit application has been received by the Village on or before August 21, 2000, carbon monoxide detectors, listed in accordance with UL standard 2034, shall be installed in all new residential construction including, but not limited to, R-1, R-3, R-4 and mixed residential. Installation shall be completed in accordance with NFPA 720, entitled Recommended Practice for the Installation of Household Carbon Monoxide (CO) Warning Equipment, 1998 edition.
B. Carbon monoxide detectors shall be installed on every floor level of the residential structure. Detectors shall also be located near sleeping areas.
C. For all required carbon monoxide detectors in occupancies other than existing one- and two-family residential structures, the primary (main) power source shall be the A/C house electrical current.
D. Notwithstanding the requirement set forth in subsection C of this section, carbon monoxide detectors in other than existing one- and two-family residential structures may be powered from a monitored D/C circuit with a control unit having an ample battery backup capability. In such cases, the primary power source for the control unit shall, however, be from a dedicated A/C circuit. Control units shall maintain and automatically continue to provide D/C power to the carbon monoxide detectors upon loss of primary (main) A/C power. The control unit shall return to normal status and automatically continue to provide D/C power to the carbon monoxide alarms upon restoration of primary (main) A/C power.
E. Any modifications to an existing structure which cause the use or occupancy of said structure, or a portion thereof, to change and include a residential use or occupancy, shall cause said structure to have to be brought into compliance with this section.
F. Any one- or two-family residential structure annexed into the Village, and construction on this structure was completed and/or a full occupancy permit was issued by the authority having jurisdiction on or after December 13, 2001, shall have carbon monoxide detectors, listed in accordance with UL standard 2034, and installed in accordance with subsections A, B, C, and D of this section. (Ord. 18-12-27)