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CPG 238-0135 (HSPS6TKLDAEXPWP) - Dual action explosion & weather proof terminal connections key lock/reset dual action (2) N0/COM/NC (form C) contacts CPG 238-0167 (HSPS6TKLEXPWP) - Single action explosion & weather proof terminal connections key lock/reset (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 238-0170 (HSPS6TEXPWP) - Single action explosion & weather proof terminal connections single action (2) N0/COM/NC (form C) contacts CPG HSPS-6T-DA-EXP-WP (238-0178) - Dual action, explosion & weatherproof, terminal connections,break glass adapter, (2) NO/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.
Commercial Products Group 4050-001T - Single Action Pull Station, Red, 4-Wire Pigtails Commercial Products Group 4050-211T - Single Action Pull Station, Red, Terminals
Description
The Model 4050 Fire Alarm Station is made of rigid metal and is finished in red with a red faceplate and raised “FIRE ALARM” lettering. The station can be surface mounted or semi-flush mounted using an optional back box. The 4050 pull station meets ADA requirements for station activation.
Application
Model 4050 manual fire alarm stations are recommended for use in hotels/motels, hospitals, schools, apartments, office buildings, industrial plants, and any other application where manual alarm initiation is required. The station is designed for indoor use. The station's attractive appearance, durable construction, and variety of mounting options allow it to fit most any application.
Specifications
Manual fire alarm stations shall be capable of being surface or semiflush mounted. When operated, fire stations shall remain mechanically locked until manually reset. Fire alarm stations shall be constructed of metal with raised lettering and shall have a red finish. Fire alarm stations shall be ADA compliant. Manual fire stations shall be Commercial Products Group Model 4050.
Standard Features
Easy access for inspection permits opening of station without interrupting the fire alarm circuit nor initiating an alarm. Choice of mounting. Surface mounting or semi-flush mounting over backboxes with or without plaster ring. Non-coded. ADA compliant. Indoor use. UL Listed, CSFM, NYC approved.
Optional Features
  • 4050 Fire Alarm station is available with switch contact arrangements to meet virtually any fire alarm signaling requirement.
  • Surface mount back box.
  • Description
    The Model 4050 Fire Alarm Station is made of rigid metal and is finished in red with a red faceplate and raised “FIRE ALARM” lettering. The station can be surface mounted or semi-flush mounted using an optional back box. The 4050 pull station meets ADA requirements for station activation.
    Application
    Model 4050 manual fire alarm stations are recommended for use in hotels/motels, hospitals, schools, apartments, office buildings, industrial plants, and any other application where manual alarm initiation is required. The station is designed for indoor use. The station's attractive appearance, durable construction, and variety of mounting options allow it to fit most any application.
    Specifications
    Manual fire alarm stations shall be capable of being surface or semiflush mounted. When operated, fire stations shall remain mechanically locked until manually reset. Fire alarm stations shall be constructed of metal with raised lettering and shall have a red finish. Fire alarm stations shall be ADA compliant. Manual fire stations shall be Commercial Products Group Model 4050.
    Standard Features
    Easy access for inspection permits opening of station without interrupting the fire alarm circuit nor initiating an alarm. Choice of mounting. Surface mounting or semi-flush mounting over backboxes with or without plaster ring. Non-coded. ADA compliant. Indoor use. UL Listed, CSFM, NYC approved.
    Optional Features
  • 4050 Fire Alarm station is available with switch contact arrangements to meet virtually any fire alarm signaling requirement.
  • Surface mount back box.
  • Commercial Products Group MPEX - Explosion proof pull station Commercial Products Group MPS1R - Dual-action pull station (shield, key reset, one N/O switch, red)
    Description
    Explosion Proof MPEX Pull Stations are designed or use in Class I, II, and Ill hazardous areas. A hinged cover holds a sliding actuator plate in place. By lifting the cover and pulling down the ring, a compression spring is released, thus allowing the internal switching device (contact block) to return to its normal position, activating the alarm circuit.

    Applications
    Model MPEX fire alarm pull stations are suitable for: hazardous areas due to the presence or flammable gases or vapors, combustible dusts or easily ignitable fibers or filings, installation at petroleum refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, storage areas and other processing facilities where hazardous substances are handled or stored areas where emergency control of fire alarm or signal circuits is required

    Operation
    The MPEX alarm station is activated by lifting the front cover and pulling down the ring. This quick, easy to use two-step process prevents unintentional operation. Operator is reset by depressing shaff and returning plate to the original position.

    Features
  • UL Listed (E50498)
  • CSFM Listed
  • Enclosure is made of copper free aluminum alloy
  • 1 2OVAC, 60Hz, 6 amps, with 3/4” NPT feed through conduit openings
  • Red, textured powder epoxy paint finish is standard on box and cover and provides high visibility or alarm station
  • Universal (1) normally open and (1) normally closed contact furnished standard
  • Description
    The Commercial Products Group Model MMPS, Modular Manual Pull System (US Patent 5760678) is a pull station designed for use in multiple applications. The MMPS can be used as a basic key reset station, or can be equipped with a variety of options to accommodate varying field requirements.

    All stations are equipped with a keylock cylinder (2 key provided) accessible from the font cover, which can open the unit or reset the station without opening the cover. The basic station is switch activated and is designed to initiate an electronic warning signal when the ergonomically inclined pull bar is activated.

    The MMPS meets the ADA requirement of a maximum pull force of less than 5 pounds to activate the station. Braille indicators across the front face indicating “Emergency Alarm” and also across the pull bar (“Pull Down”) are evident for the visually impaired. Upon activation, the station pull bar area will display “ACTIVATED” for easy recognition of an activated station.
     
    The MMPS accommodates field input by means of internal terminals capable of handling 2 x 12 AWG wires each. The station is constructed of a high-impact, glass reinforced polycarbonate resin. The units can be mounted to a single gang box, double gang with raised plaster single gang extension, or can be surface mounted to CPG 4050BB back box. The units are designed having a flush rear face, which allows ample back box space for additional modules which may be required.

    The MMPS is UL Listed for Fire Protective Signaling Use (Cat. #UNIU). The MMPS is available with numerous options which are field installable to fit changing system requirements.

    Application
    The Model MMPS pull station is suitable for use in schools, hotels/motels, hospitals, commercial office and retail buildings, industrial plants, apartment buildings, or any other application where manual alarm initiation is required. The station's attractive design, durable construction, optional features and variety of mounting options allow it to fit most applications.

    Standard Features
  • Versatile, modular design allows for a variety of options to be field installed.
  • Key lock. Reset without opening station.
  • Proven micro switch reliability, normally open (N/O).
  • ADA compliant, less than 5 foot pounds for activation.
  • CPG 238-0137 (HSPS-1T-LP-WP) - Dual action pull station with terminal connections (1) NO (normally open) contact CPG HSPS-1T-KO - Single action pull station key operated metal station with terminal connections (1) NO (normally open) contact
    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.
       
     
     
     

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