(a)   All equipment used in installations for which a permit is required shall meet the applicable standards of the Underwriters Laboratories and/or other recognized industry standard.  Applicant may be required to submit evidence of the reliability and suitability of the equipment to be installed.
   (b)   The sensory mechanism used in connection with such devices must be adjusted to suppress false indications of fire or intrusion, so that the devices will not be actuated by impulses due to transient pressure change in water pipes, short flashes of light, wind noises such as the rattling or vibrating of doors or windows, vehicular noise adjacent to the installation or other forces unrelated to genuine alarms.
   (c)   Each permit application is to be accompanied by a copy of the operating instructions for the device.
   (d)   If any provision of this chapter is for any reason held invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such provision shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining provision.
(Ord. 1987-04.  Passed 6-15-87.)