Manual fire alarm activation is done by using a pull station or call point.
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... and Asia, pull stations are generally not used instead a manual call point is used, which is usually referred to as an MCP within the fire protection industry, as a "transmitter" in Japan, or as ... to allow building occupants to signal that a fire or other emergency exists within the building ... They are usually connected to a central fire alarm panel which is in turn connected to an alarm system in the building, and often to a local fire brigade dispatcher as well ...
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