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Commercial Products Group HSPS1TKO  Pull-Station Key Operated Single Action CPG 238-0135 (HSPS6TKLDAEXPWP) - Dual action explosion & weather proof terminal connections key lock/reset dual action (2) N0/COM/NC (form C) contacts
Commercial Products Group HSPS1TKO  Pull-Station Key Operated Single Action 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 activated.
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 used).
When the die cast housing is opened, the “T” pull lever may be reset to the normal operating position..
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.
CPG 238-0167 (HSPS6TKLEXPWP) - Single action explosion & weather proof terminal connections key lock/reset (2) N0/COM/NC (form C) contacts CPG 238-0170 (HSPS6TEXPWP) - Single action explosion & weather proof terminal connections single action (2) N0/COM/NC (form C) contacts
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 activated.
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 used).
When the die cast housing is opened, the “T” pull lever may be reset to the normal operating position..
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.
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 activated.
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 used).
When the die cast housing is opened, the “T” pull lever may be reset to the normal operating position..
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.
CPG HSPS-6T-DA-EXP-WP (238-0178) - Dual action, explosion & weatherproof, terminal connections,break glass adapter, (2) NO/COM/NC (form C) contacts Ademco / Honeywell 5140MPS-1 - Manual Pull Station with Terminal Block
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 activated.
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 used).
When the die cast housing is opened, the “T” pull lever may be reset to the normal operating position..
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.
Features:
  • Aluminum die cast
  • Key reset and test
  • Screw terminals
  • Gold contact SPST
  • ADA compliant
  • UL, CSFM, MEA listed and approved

Ademco's manual fire alarm stations are designed to be non-code single action devices for use in UL listed fire-alarm applications. The attractive die-cast aluminum-alloy housing meets ADA pull requirements and has been tested at Underwriter's Laboratory.

For ADA compliance, manual stations must be mounted less than 48o anove the floor for front wheelchair access and less than 54o above the floor for side wheelchair access.

A key reset feature on the 5140MPS-1 is designed for positive authorized resetting action. The key is designed to operate and match Ademco controls. The 5140MPS-1 utilizes a terminal block for secure terminations. The 5140MPS-2 is furnished with an Allen hex fitting and is equipped with wire leads.

Two alarm deterrant break tubes are supplied with each manual station; one tube is visible from the front and the spare is stored in a compartment within the unit.

Operation

Pulling the handle down causes the manual stations to latch in the down position and to close the normally open switch. The handle is restored manually by using the key to unlock the station and pivot the station forward for resetting the pull handle to its normal position. The crush tube is then inserted into the cavity the station assembly is then locked in the normal upright position.

Construction

The 5140MPS-1 and 5140MPS-2 manual stations are contructed of a durable die-cast aluminum-alloy and provide a neat and distinctive appearance. The housing is finished in red with white raised lettering and the "T-bar" handle is white with raised red lettering for enhanced visibility. The units are adaptable to both surface and semi-flush mounting configurations.

Mounting

  • Semi-Flush Mount
    Most semi-flush mount installations can be attached to a standard single-gang switch box using two 6-32 screws inserted through the slots that are centered on the unit's metal mounting plate.

  • Semi-Flush Mount
    Use Ademco Backbox model no. 5140MPS-BB for surface mount installations. The Backbox has four pre-drilled mounting holes of 0.187 inch diameter and conduit knockouts. Secure the Backbox to a wall with screws of size 8 or smaller. After the Backbox is in place, attach the conduit.

    The housing is locked by using a key or Allen wrench lock. Unlock the housing by turning the key clockwise and swinging down the front of the housing to make the sheet metal mounting plate accessible. Mount the metal plate to the Backbox using the four 1/4" long 8-32 screws (suuplied).

  • Dimensions: 4.75"H x 3.12"W x 2"D
  • Ademco / Honeywell 5140MPS-2 - Manual Pull Station, with Allen hex fitting and Wire Leads Ademco 5140MPS-BB Fire Pull Station Back Box
    Features:
    • Aluminum die cast
    • Key reset and test
    • Screw terminals
    • Gold contact SPST
    • ADA compliant
    • UL, CSFM, MEA listed and approved

    Ademco's manual fire alarm stations are designed to be non-code single action devices for use in UL listed fire-alarm applications. The attractive die-cast aluminum-alloy housing meets ADA pull requirements and has been tested at Underwriter's Laboratory.

    For ADA compliance, manual stations must be mounted less than 48o anove the floor for front wheelchair access and less than 54o above the floor for side wheelchair access.

    A key reset feature on the 5140MPS-1 is designed for positive authorized resetting action. The key is designed to operate and match Ademco controls. The 5140MPS-1 utilizes a terminal block for secure terminations. The 5140MPS-2 is furnished with an Allen hex fitting and is equipped with wire leads.

    Two alarm deterrant break tubes are supplied with each manual station; one tube is visible from the front and the spare is stored in a compartment within the unit.

    Operation

    Pulling the handle down causes the manual stations to latch in the down position and to close the normally open switch. The handle is restored manually by using the key to unlock the station and pivot the station forward for resetting the pull handle to its normal position. The crush tube is then inserted into the cavity the station assembly is then locked in the normal upright position.

    Construction

    The 5140MPS-1 and 5140MPS-2 manual stations are contructed of a durable die-cast aluminum-alloy and provide a neat and distinctive appearance. The housing is finished in red with white raised lettering and the "T-bar" handle is white with raised red lettering for enhanced visibility. The units are adaptable to both surface and semi-flush mounting configurations.

    Mounting

  • Semi-Flush Mount
    Most semi-flush mount installations can be attached to a standard single-gang switch box using two 6-32 screws inserted through the slots that are centered on the unit's metal mounting plate.

  • Semi-Flush Mount
    Use Ademco Backbox model no. 5140MPS-BB for surface mount installations. The Backbox has four pre-drilled mounting holes of 0.187 inch diameter and conduit knockouts. Secure the Backbox to a wall with screws of size 8 or smaller. After the Backbox is in place, attach the conduit.

    The housing is locked by using a key or Allen wrench lock. Unlock the housing by turning the key clockwise and swinging down the front of the housing to make the sheet metal mounting plate accessible. Mount the metal plate to the Backbox using the four 1/4" long 8-32 screws (suuplied).

  • Dimensions: 4.75"H x 3.12"W x 2"D
  • Surface back box for 5140XMPS-1 & 5140MPS-2

    Alarm Controls SF117 - EMERGENCY PULL STATION Camden CM-701 1xN/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station
    The model SF-117 Emergency Call Switch is a rugged, longlife, positive acting switch mounted on a durable ABS plasic faceplate. Signaling an emergency requires just a short pull on the 6' long nylon cord, in any direction. The signal cannot be cancelled except at the point of origin.

    The SF-117 provides two circuits to operate one or two signaling devices, such as a remote annunciator lamp, and a corridor dome lamp.

    A unique feature of the call switch is that it has a mechanical indicator window that turns "RED" when the call switch is activated. This provides a "Call Placed" Capability without the need for any lamp indicators, additional power supplies, or additional wiring.

    The SF-117 emergency call switch is silk-screened "EMERGENCY" in black.

    1xN/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station

    CAMDEN DOOR CONTROLS, CM-700 series pull stations meet the stringent demands of emergency pull station controls. They are designed for single gang mounting and protrude only 3/4” from the wall. They are easily reset with a small screwdriver. Available in blue, red or yellow, they are an ideal solution for varied pull station requirements.

    Camden Door Controls, CM-700 series pull stations are the ideal solution wherever an emergency release is required. Applications include Fire Alarm, Door Release and Emergency Alarm.

    Features:
    • Available in English, French or bilingual
    • Clear lift cover optional
    • One or two switches, N/O, N/C or both
    Camden CM-701PC (CM-701-PC) 1xN/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station with Clear Lift Cover Camden CM-702 2x N/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station

    CM-701-PC 1xN/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station with Clear Lift Cover

    CAMDEN DOOR CONTROLS, CM-700 series pull stations meet the stringent demands of emergency pull station controls. They are designed for single gang mounting and protrude only 3/4” from the wall. They are easily reset with a small screwdriver. Available in blue, red or yellow, they are an ideal solution for varied pull station requirements.

    Camden Door Controls, CM-700 series pull stations are the ideal solution wherever an emergency release is required. Applications include Fire Alarm, Door Release and Emergency Alarm.

    Features:
    • Available in English, French or bilingual
    • Clear lift cover optional
    • One or two switches, N/O, N/C or both

    2x N/C Pull for Door Release Blue Pull Station

    CAMDEN DOOR CONTROLS, CM-700 series pull stations meet the stringent demands of emergency pull station controls. They are designed for single gang mounting and protrude only 3/4” from the wall. They are easily reset with a small screwdriver. Available in blue, red or yellow, they are an ideal solution for varied pull station requirements.

    Camden Door Controls, CM-700 series pull stations are the ideal solution wherever an emergency release is required. Applications include Fire Alarm, Door Release and Emergency Alarm.

    Features:
    • Available in English, French or bilingual
    • Clear lift cover optional
    • One or two switches, N/O, N/C or both
       
     
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