Fire Alarm Call Points

Recognisable usually by its green colour, the fire alarm call point is the enclosure that houses a button to activate a fire alarm.

Usually, the user will break the glass and press the emergency button centred in the middle of the unit. This will then activate a centralised alarm system to alert building wide that there is an emergency.

Features and benefits of installing fire alarm call points:

  • Break glass operation
  • Anti-tampering to reduce false alarms
  • Plug and play installation
  • Standard colouring of green available, other colours including red also available
  • Instantly raise the alarm in the event of an emergency
  • Precise tracking of where the alarm was set off
  • Ensure the safety of your employees or anyone in your care
  • Due diligence to comply with fire safety laws
  • Some can be linked to emergency services for immediate response

Where are fire alarm call points used?

  • In a home
  • Around offices or workplaces
  • Any high traffic public areas
  • Commercial and industrial buildings

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Description Price Call Point Type Operation Type Indoor/Outdoor Hazardous Area Certification Power Source Resettable Colour Element Material Tamper Resistant Box Material Depth Height Width
RS Stock No. 377-1783
Mfr. Part No.4930210FUL-0097
Emergency Release Call Point Break Glass Indoor - Mains - Green Glass - ABS 53 mm 87 mm 87mm
RS Stock No. 681-2815
Mfr. Part No.CXL/GP/R/BB
Fire Alarm Call Point Break Glass Indoor - - - Red Glass - ABS 53 mm 87 mm 87mm
RS Stock No. 681-2818
Mfr. Part No.CXL/GP/R/WP
Fire Alarm Call Point Break Glass Outdoor - - - Red Glass - ABS 53 mm 87 mm 87mm