Control Panels

Operate your entire fire alarm system from one complete control center.
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Annunciators

Maintain your Fire Alarm system and identify where an alarm was set off with Remote Zone Annunciators.
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Beam Detectors

Detect fires immediately with state-of-the-art Optical Beam Smoke Detectors.
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Smoke Detectors

Alarm all personnel of any potential fire with efficient Smoke Detectors.
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Heat Detectors

Safeguard your home with sensitive Heat Detectors.
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Warning Horns

Clearly alarm your entire staff & occupants of an emergency situation with Warning Horns, Bells, Alarms, & Strobe Lights.
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Pull Stations

Install Pull Stations throughout your building to give employees an instant alarm indicator.
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Transmitters

Place Wireless Transmitters throughout your building for optimal alarm system performance.
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PULL STATIONS

In the absence of a more automated fire hazard warning system, a fire pull station can be one of the quickest ways to react to a fire hazard in a large building. Pull stations are a reliable way to indicate a fire, as they require the intention of a human to pull the lever to indicate a fire hazard. This method allows for safe escape for employees by triggering a building-wide alarm to sound. Alarm-One’s manual pull stations are wall-mounted devices that are typically located near emergency exits. When an employee activates the station, it sends a message to the control panel, activating a system-wide alarm and signaling that the building should be evacuated. This signal is also transmitted to designated employees and fire department personnel. When the system is deactivated, it sends a second signal indicating that conditions have returned to normal. In addition to the standard pull zone, glass break or other additional security measures can be employed in order to deter employees from executing inaccurate or ineffective pulls.

Our experienced team of service personnel is standing by to answer any questions that you may have. To learn more about our pull stations and other peripheral fire safety equipment, call us at (855) 999-4572 or visit our free online quote portal today.

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