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Pacific Security Systems in Mumbai, India

Honeywell Fire Alarm System

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Addressable Manual Call Point

Addressable Manual Call Point
addressable manual call point
The Fire•Lite BG-12 Series is a cost-effective, feature-packed, non-coded series of manual fire alarm pull stations. It was designed to meet multiple applications with the installer and end-user in mind. The BG-12 Series features a variety of models including single- and dual-action versions. The BG-12 Series provides Fire•Lite Fire Alarm Control Panels (FACPs), as well as other manufacturer's controls, with a manual alarm initiating input signal. Its innovative design, durable construction, and multiple mounting options make the BG-12 Series to simple install, maintain, and operate
  • Aesthetically pleasing, highly visible, dual-action design.
  • Meets ADA 5 lb. maximum pull force.
  • Easily operated (dual-action).
  • Attractive shape and textured finish.
  • Mounts, semi-flush, to a standard single-gang (2.125"[5.3975 cm] minimum depth), double-gang, or 4" (10.16cm) square electrical box.
  • When the handle latches in down position, the word "ACTIVATED" appears at the top of the handle in bright yellow to clearly indicate the station has been operated.
  • Key/lock reset; needs only a 1/4-turn to lock/unlock.
  • Includes Braille text on station handle.
  • Captive screw terminals wire-ready for easy connection to SLC loop (accepts up to 12 AWG/3.25 mm² wire).
  • Optional trim ring (BG-TR).
  • Meets UL 38, Standard for Manually Actuated Signaling Boxes.
  • Maintenance personnel can open station (for inspection and testing) without causing an alarm condition.
  • Built-in bicolor LED, which is visible through the handle of the station, flashes red in normal operation and latches on steady red when in alarm.
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