Conventional Manual Call Point


Conventional MAnual Call Point

This Manual Call Point unit is designed for instant manual actuation of fire alarm system. Clear flip cover is used to avoid the false intervention and requires no manual reset after actuation. Dual LED indicators ensure visibility and supervision. This aesthetically pleasing unit that blends in with elite interiors is also attention seeking for easy identification.

Exclusive Features
  • Low standby current
  • Flip cover to minimize false intervention
  • No manual reset is required at MCP
  • Wide operating voltage
  • Blinking LED for visual supervision
  • Easy to install and elegant design
Technical Summary
Electrical Specifications
Operating voltage : Nominal 12/24V DC
                                   Minimum 9V DC
                                   Maximum 26V DC
Quiescent current : 1µA
Alarm current : 25 mA at 24V
                            12 mA at 12V
Alarm : Red LED (Glows Steady)
General Specifications
Operating temperature : 0ºC to 49ºC
Storage temperature : 5ºC to 40ºC 
Humidity : 0-95% RH (Non-condensing)
Color : Red 
Housing : ABS
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions(HXWXD) : 120x120x48mm
Without Backbox : 108g
With Backbox : 378g
Know More

What is a Manual Call Point? 

Manual Call Points (MCP) are devices that are used to manually trigger the fire alarm system. It is to be used only after the confirmation of existence of  fire in the building. They can also be used at the time of other potential threats such as terrorism, earthquakes etc. to alert the occupants for immediate evacuation. 

Where & how should a Manual Call Points be installed?

MCPs should be installed at exit prone areas of the building that include staircases, escape routes, against main doors and corridors.

They should be positioned such that no person travels beyond 12 meters to activate the nearest call point. Or, there should be a maximum gap of 24 meters between two nearest call points.

They should also be mounted at a height of about 1.5 meters from the floor to ease actuation.  

What are the variants of Manual Call Points?

  • Push Button type :  Actuated by pushing the button. These are mostly used at indoors of an office space, residences etc. and often comes with a protective flip cover to avoid malicious activation.
  • Break Glass type : They are triggered by breaking the glass and pushing the inside button, or by just breaking the glass. These can be used indoors at industries, residences etc.
  • Explosion Proof type : Mostly found suitable for outdoors or industrial purpose. It is actuated by breaking the glass.
  • Weather proof type :  Again a suitable variant for outdoors and industrial applications. They are triggered by breaking the glass.


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