| Description |
The Harrington HSPS Series
Explosion Proof and Weatherproof
Non-Coded Manual Pull Stations
provide the most reliable manually
activated input signal for early
warning signaling on supervised or
non-supervised alarm systems.
The HSPS Series station is UL listed
for use in hazardous locations
classified Class I, Groups B, C & D;
Class II, Groups E,F & G; and Class
III locations. It is also UL listed for
use in weatherproof applications
classified NEMA 4X.
The “T” pull lever, mounted on the
die cast housing, is constructed of
die cast aluminum, and is painted
white with raised lettering painted
red that reads “PULL DOWN”.
When the “T” lever is activated
(pulled), it allows the plunger on
the contact arrangement to be
The HSPS Series stations come
standard with an allen wrench for
locking, resetting and testing. With
the “KL” option, a key is used to
lock, reset or test the station.
When the “T” pull lever has been
pulled, it remains protruding out
from the HSPS Series station at a
90 degree angle until the die
cast housing is opened by either
the allen wrench of key
(depending on the model being
When the die cast housing is
opened, the “T” pull lever may be
reset to the normal operating
The HSPS Series stations can be
tested without the need to pull
the “T” pull lever by using the
allen wrench or key (depending
on the model being used) to
open the die cast housing.
Opening the die cast housing
allows the plunger on the
contact arrangement to be
activated, thus sending a signal
to the control panel.
The HSPS Series station can be
used with or without a break glass
rod positioned in front of the “T”
Pull lever. The glass rod is not
needed to hold the “T” pull lever
in its normal operating position
The HSPS Series stations have an
optional Dual Action feature. The
Dual Action option is a metal
cover that lies over the “T” pull
lever. The Dual Action cover is
painted red with the words “LIFT &
PULL” silk screened in white.
To activate the HSPS Series Dual
Action station, the Dual Action
cover needs to be lifted and then
the “T” pull lever can be pulled.
The Dual Action cover has a brass
knob located at the bottom
center, which is used to lift it up.