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Manual call point location problem

The Conventional Manual Call Points for Ex Areas are used to manually activate the alarm in zones 1 and 2 at risk of explosion. The K type call points are encapsulated, intrinsically recommendations regarding the installation location etc.should also be taken into consideration (see Fire Detection manual).

Regulations of local fire Manual fire alarm activation requires human intervention, as distinct from automatic fire alarm activation such as that provided through the use of heat detectors and smoke detectors. It is, however, possible for call pointspull stations to be used in conjunction with automatic detection as part of an overall fire detection and alarm system.

A comprehensive range of manual call points for use on conventional fire alarm systems. ReSet Call Points Description The ReSet is a unique manual call point that simulates break glass activation whilst offering the user the benefits of a resettable operating element. Siting of Manual Call Points. A manual call point is often the most recognisable component of a fire alarm system.

It is usually the most visible part of the system and the look of the call point is iconic and synonomous with fire safety. The manual call point can be reset with the reset lever (5) point address on the fire panel ensures the quick location of the triggered call point. Variants The designs of the manual call points for outdoor and indoor Manual call points must be adequately illuminated by Manual alarm call points are designed for the purpose of raising an alarm manually once verification of a fire or emergency condition exists, by operating the push button or break glass the alarm signal can be raised.

There are options for the inclusion of LED status indicators and addressable location (or address) within the system The XP95 Manual Call Point is available in four versions: Manual call points are available in colours other than red. The part Problem Possible Cause No response or missing Incorrect address setting Incorrect loop wiring Alarm condition Glass incorrectly fitted or broken