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BG-12LOB - Firelite Weatherproof Pull Station w/ Back Box

BG-12LOB - Firelite Weatherproof Pull Station w/ Back Box
Manufacturer:  Firelite  SKU:  BG-12LOB
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The BG-12LOB Pull Station is a non-coded manual pull station which provides a Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) with a single alarm initiating input signal. The pull station is a dual action model equipped with a key lock reset, an approved outdoor gasket, and an accompanying outdoor backbox. It is UL listed and meets the ADA requirement of a 5-lb. maximum pull down force to activate. Operating instructions are molded into the handle. Molded terminal numbers can also be found adjacent to the wiring terminals.

The features of the pull station include Dual-Action operation, Key-Lock Reset function, Screw Terminal Wire connections, outdoor use gasket, a WBB outdoor approved 4-inch backbox, and a sealed switch with gold plated switch contacts.

Note: The BG-12LOB is applicable with the WP-10 backbox in retrofit applications. To meet UL requirements for outdoor use, the BG-12LO Pull Station must be mounted to the WBB or WP-10 Backbox to create the BG-12LOB model.

Switch Contact Rating
FACP Circuit (Terminals 1 & 2): Rated to .25 Amp at 30 Volts (AC or DC).

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In most cases, the installation or expansion of a commercial fire alarm system is determined by code requirements. There is federal, state, and local codes that come into play, specifying who must install fire alarm equipment, what type of equipment must be installed, where and how it must be installed. Failing to comply fully with any of these codes can result in denial of occupancy permits, fines, legal and financial liability.

Sorry we do not offer technical support for these products because of local codes that come into play specifying who must install fire alarm equipment and where and how it must be installed. To read more, visit the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code website.