Fire Call Point F87
The DSW industry has assembled a collection of Call Point Glass, including spare break glasses (pack of 5) for Eaton addressable, smart guard cover, and flush sounders in several colors.
Manual fire alarm activation is typically achieved through the use of a pull station (term used in USA & Canada) or call point (term used in Europe, Australia, and Asia),
which then sounds the evacuation alarm for the relevant building or zone.
Attractive and durable, DSW’s F87 Series of pull stations provide manual fire reporting.
The F87 Series pull stations are non-coded, single, or double-action devices that initiate an alarm when pulled.
Resetting is accomplished by inserting a 1/8″ screwdriver from the front.
What is a fire alarm call point?
Manual fire alarm activation typically involves using a pull station (commonly used in North America and Canada) or call point (common in Europe, Australia, and Asia), which sounds the evacuation alarm for that building or zone.
A fire alarm call point (also referred to as a red manual call point or a break-glass call point) is essentially a small box mounted on a wall that contains a button or a lever that allows you to trigger the fire alarm in a building manually.
Manual fire alarm activation requires human involvement instead of automatic detection methods such as heat and smoke detectors.
Call points/pull stations may still be integrated into an overall fire detection and alarm system.
DSW offers a wide range of manual call points and smoke alarms for fire alarm systems. These ever-reliable devices are powered by modern, world-class fire alarm technology.