Fire detection systems
UL Listed pull station for addressable fire systems
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UL Listed pull station for addressable fire systems

The UL listed manual pull station for addressable fire systems is constructed from high quality, die-cast metal for long-lasting performance and may be mounted on a single gang backbox. Available in either single or dual action configurations, it can be used indoors or outdoors with SPST contacts and terminal strip connections. 

A fast response UL listed addressable input initiating module is also available as part of the range.

All models are painted red with raised, white lettering and a locking mechanism to prevent unauthorized reset, providing an overall easy, identifiable unit suitable for commercial and industrial builds.

Die-cast metal case & lock to restrict access
Plug and play
No hard addressing required with initiating unit
Weatherproof, single and dual action options

Install and forget - A pull station that's designed for the task at hand

Adaptable to your requirements with surface or flush mounting options, the UL listed addressable pull station can meet the challenges of its surroundings through its robust metal exterior. With corrosion resistant SPST contacts it is tough on both the inside and outside.

Dual or single action - whatever your environment demands

There's more to the UMPs UL listed pull station than its robust metal exterior. It is also available as single or dual action meaning that you can install the single action model for quick alarm activation, or the dual action one for an added level of security when it comes alerting in event of an emergency.

Eaton UL listed fire systems, setting projects apart from the rest

Since the launch of Eaton's UL Listed fire product range, several prestigious projects worldwide have been supplied with products including the Hyatt Resort and Spa, Shangri-La at the Fort and Times Square projects in South East Asia and several major projects in the Middle East, including within the Riyadh Financial district.