Aames NC-S1

Aames NC-S1

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When the glass breaks, the button behind it gets released, which in turn triggers the alarm. No documentation available.
Aames SP-I

Aames SP-I

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This alarm is essentially a poorly designed Simplex tbar, such as the Simplex 2099-9754. It is also the only T-Bar...
Ademco 529

Ademco 529

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This pull is very poorly designed. I can’t figure out how it’s supposed to activate.
Ademco 532

Ademco 532

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The only place I’ve ever seen an Ademco re-branded BG-10 has been on this particular unit.
ADT 3408-024

ADT 3408-024

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This alarm is a re-branded Wheelock 7002-24. It is a bit different that the 7002-24 that I have, mainly because...
ADT 5050-001

ADT 5050-001

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I received this pull station new in box. It’s pretty cheaply made; the metal plate on the back is glued...
ADT 5060-S

ADT 5060-S

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This pull station is slightly different from the ADT 5050-001.
ADT ADT-BG-10

ADT ADT-BG-10

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Clearly, this pull is not in very good condition. The second wire popped out of the switch on the back...
ADT ADT-BG-12LX

ADT ADT-BG-12LX

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I purchased this pull station as a replacement for my Fire-Lite BG-12, which was becoming past its prime. This opens...
ADT ADT-PS

ADT ADT-PS

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Personally, I think that the ADT logo on the head of this smoke is a bit ugly.
ADT B3407-024

ADT B3407-024

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There exists a strobe which can be attached to alarms like this.
ADT B3409-024

ADT B3409-024

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This strobe is designed to be mounted over horns, specifically the Simplex 2901-9806, or it’s equivalent.
ADT B5009

ADT B5009

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This is a fairly rare pull station. It is very difficult to see if it is in the operated position...
ADT Unimode 5

ADT Unimode 5

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This is a really nice FACP, although programming it is a bit difficult due to its odd key pad.
Amseco BZ-51-PC2

Amseco BZ-51-PC2

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I like the grille, or in other words, have nothing special to say about this particular unit.
Amseco BZ-54VT

Amseco BZ-54VT

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Although this is technically a motor horn, I believe there is a strobe accessory that can go with this unit...
Amseco FS1-1

Amseco FS1-1

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I have another version of this alarm with an attached strobe.
Amseco MSB-8B-P2

Amseco MSB-8B-P2

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I am not sure if this bell was specifically meant for fire protection or not.
Amseco SSS2-75110

Amseco SSS2-75110

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The strobe part of this alarm is actually just placed over what could serve as a stand-alone speaker.
Ansul 24744

Ansul 24744

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This strobe was intended to be used in a fire suppression system.
Ansul Autopulse 442R

Ansul Autopulse 442R

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Since this is a release fire alarm control panel, it functions a bit differently than a regular fire alarm control...
Ansul Autopulse 542R

Ansul Autopulse 542R

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This panel is the release version of the Fire-Lite MS-5UD. Its Fire-Lite model number is MRP-2002.
Ansul MS-2

Ansul MS-2

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This is a special suppression version of the MS-2. It uses the FCI key to open.
Ansul SLG-24F

Ansul SLG-24F

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Although this smoke detector doesn’t say Ansul anywhere on it, the base its base, which I did not photograph, is...
Atlas VT-157

Atlas VT-157

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Multiple companies have rebranded this speaker. Atlas Sound is actually the company that manufactures it, however.
Auth APS-10E

Auth APS-10E

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This is a pretty rare rebrand of the Edwards 270-SPO pull station.
Autocall 4015

Autocall 4015

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This pull station is fairly large. I cannot figure out how to reset it for the life of me.
Autocall 4050

Autocall 4050

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Unlike my other 4050, this one has a plastic cover that goes over the pull lever.
Couch 50

Couch 50

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This is a very old and definitely a very cool coded pull station. It still has the “Break Glass” intact....
Couch F1-A

Couch F1-A

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This pull stations is also known as the “Chevron.”
Couch F1-A

Couch F1-A

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Unlike my other F1-A, this one has a red handle and the hex lock on the front.
Couch F1-GG

Couch F1-GG

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Considering its age, this unit is in great condition.
Couch F5G

Couch F5G

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Although this looks like a coded pull station, it is actually a regular one. Instead of popping back up after...
CPG 450E+V1971

CPG 450E+V1971

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This is a very strange alarm. It looks like a speaker, but is actually an electronic horn.
CPG MMPS

CPG MMPS

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I also have one of these pull stations that is branded by Federal Signal. You can insert a 9V battery...
Edwards 270-GAO

Edwards 270-GAO

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This is the original version of the 270-GAO. It is essentially the same as the newer version of the EST...
Edwards 270-SPO

Edwards 270-SPO

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This pull station is an older 270-SPO. For a comparison, check out my other Edwards 270-SPO.
Edwards 270-SPO

Edwards 270-SPO

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This unit is missing its switch. Also, the break rod is sagging to a point where I could pull the...
Edwards 279A

Edwards 279A

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This, along with the EST 2551F are examples of how EST used to rebrand System Sensor equipment when they were...
Edwards 293B

Edwards 293B

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Once this heat detector gets used, the disc on the front of it falls off and it cannot be used...
Edwards 7031-92

Edwards 7031-92

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This unit probably wasn’t used as a notification appliance, but instead as an indicator for a part or function of...
Edwards 7031-92

Edwards 7031-92

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I’m actually not sure what the model number on this unit is, but since it bears resemblance to the other...
Edwards 78

Edwards 78

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This is a very old and very rare Edwards break glass pull station. Pulling on the tab would break the...
Edwards 881ALD-AW

Edwards 881ALD-AW

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This type of horn is actually still manufactured by Edwards today. According to their website, “These can be used wherever...
Edwards 890RDB-G5

Edwards 890RDB-G5

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This light isn’t supposed to be an actual notification appliance, and probably more of an indicator, as indicated by the...
Edwards 892-1B

Edwards 892-1B

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The horn and the strobe can easily be separated on this alarm since they are not wired together.
Ellenco 5C

Ellenco 5C

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This is pretty rare and really unique pull station. It’s not like a lot of other ones from that time...
EST 2551F

EST 2551F

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This is another example of an EST-branded System Sensor device. I believe this particular smoke detector is addressable.
EST 270-GAO

EST 270-GAO

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This pull is the newer version of the two-stage 270-SPO. The same key which is used with the Simplex 2098-9806...
EST 757-5A-HS

EST 757-5A-HS

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This alarm has a strange back, specifically the part where the wire terminals are.
EST 757-7A-TW

EST 757-7A-TW

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This alarm is more commonly known as the “Integrity.” It is exactly like the EST 757-7A-T, with the exception of...
EST 757H-75PS

EST 757H-75PS

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This alarm is similar to an EST 757-7A-T, but features a “Power Saver” strobe.
EST 757S2-15PS

EST 757S2-15PS

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This alarm is similar to an EST 757H-75PS, but it is a ceiling-mount alarm and a speaker/strobe.
EST 882-2B

EST 882-2B

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This unit has an electronic horn rather than an electromechanical mechanism.
EST G1R-CVM

EST G1R-CVM

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This is a chime/strobe “Genesis.” It does not have the fire lettering on it.
EST G1R-V75

EST G1R-V75

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This is a remote strobe “Genesis.” Despite having the appearance of being a horn/strobe, it is just a remote strobe
EST G1RF-HDVM

EST G1RF-HDVM

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This is a horn/strobe “Genesis.” It is very small, smaller than many pull stations.
EST G1WA-VMA

EST G1WA-VMA

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Although this alarm has grille for a horn on it, it is actually only a remote strobe.
EST GCF-HDVM

EST GCF-HDVM

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This is a ceiling-mount Genesis horn/strobe. I believe that I received this unit new.
EST GCWN-VMA

EST GCWN-VMA

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This is a ceiling mount strobe which would be used for general signaling purposes.
EST GL1WF-VMC

EST GL1WF-VMC

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This remote strobe has an LED. It is actually a rebranded Wheelock Exceeder LED Strobe, it just has a different...
EST SD-TRK4

EST SD-TRK4

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This test switch is equipped with power, alarm, and trouble lights, and operates using an EST CAT 45 key.
EST SIGA-278

EST SIGA-278

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This pull station used to be addressable, but I have since removed the addressable module.
EST SIGA-278

EST SIGA-278

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Another SIGA-278 that’s starting to rust that I’ve added to my collection only because it wouldn’t be worth trying to...
Excide 969R

Excide 969R

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This light is described as a “corridor light” on this item’s label.
Faraday 10508A

Faraday 10508A

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This coded pull station does the code 7-5-3. It has an extra set of annunciator leads in the back that,...
Faraday 241M

Faraday 241M

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It’s pretty difficult to tell if this pull station has been activated.
Faraday 2700-E

Faraday 2700-E

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This strobe is almost Siemens/Cerberus Pyrotronics/Faraday’s version of the Wheelock RSS-24MCW.
Faraday 2705-Z

Faraday 2705-Z

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This strobe’s body is made out of metal, unlike most other remote strobes, but that’s probably because this strobe was...
Faraday 2884

Faraday 2884

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This alarm is capable of producing a vibrating bell, hi-lo, chime, single stroke bell, steady horn, temporal horn, siren, or...
Faraday 401140

Faraday 401140

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I use this to control my mini system. I have wired this up in such a way that the system...
Faraday 5940

Faraday 5940

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You can see straight through the grille on this horn to the metal plate on the mechanism.
Faraday 6120

Faraday 6120

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The model number on this strobe is actually 5512. This is essentially a Simplex 2901-9838 with a strobe.
Faraday 6180

Faraday 6180

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The cover of this alarm is made out of something not ordinary, almost like wood.
Faraday 6234

Faraday 6234

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This alarm uses an electromechanical horn. It is the same horn found on the Simplex 2901-9838.
Faraday 6234-E

Faraday 6234-E

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I believe the “E” appendage on the end of the model number means it is a sync-strobe.
Faraday F1GG

Faraday F1GG

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This pull station is also known by its nickname, the “Chevron.” This particular pull is close in appearance to the...
Faraday F1GGT

Faraday F1GGT

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This pull station is also known as the “Chevron.” It is close in appearance to the Siemens MS1-B6F.
FCI B5

FCI B5

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I have also seen this pull branded by Kidde and Thorn.
FCI HEF/STW

FCI HEF/STW

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This is a multi-tone alarm. Unfortunately, the strobe was DOA, but it is the same as the strobe on the...
FCI HSC

FCI HSC

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An FCI-branded cover for the Simplex 2901-9838-equivalanet horn.
FCI MS-2

FCI MS-2

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This is a very unique and cool pull station. Sometimes it’s a bit difficult to unlock though.
FCI MS-2

FCI MS-2

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The main difference between this MS-2 and my other one is that this one sport’s the company’s older logo.
FCI MS-2

FCI MS-2

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This MS-2 is missing it’s “Lift” piece, but not because it’s supposed to be that way, I just received it...
FCI MS-2

FCI MS-2

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This is an earlier generation MS-2. The metal piece on the inside which holds the handle open once it has...
FCI MS-6

FCI MS-6

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This is just a single-action FCI MS-2. Unlike the MS-2, this has wire leads.
FCI MS-7

FCI MS-7

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Most of the MS-7’s with FCI’s logo on it have the Gamewell-FCI logo (like the Gamewell-FCI MS-7AF). Clearly, this one...
FCI P24110-FC

FCI P24110-FC

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Although this alarm has 4 wire terminals, I believe that it is still a two-wire alarm. This alarm is part...
FCI S241575-FC

FCI S241575-FC

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Unlike my other FCI-rebranded System Sensor SpectrAlert Classic, this one does not have an FCI logo on the front.
FCI STW/4F

FCI STW/4F

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I purchased this strobe in order to compensate for the broken one on my FCI HEF/STW.
Fenwal MT-24-LS

Fenwal MT-24-LS

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This is like the Wheelock MT-24-LSM, except it is rebranded by Fenwal and has “AGENT” labeling.
Fenwal MT4-24-LS-VAR

Fenwal MT4-24-LS-VAR

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This is like the Wheelock MT4-24LSM, except it is rebranded by Fenwal and has “AGENT” labeling. I assume the “VAR”...
Fenwal PSD-7155

Fenwal PSD-7155

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I am unsure if this smoke detector is actually made by Fenwal or just rebranded by them..
Fire-Lite BG-10LA

Fire-Lite BG-10LA

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The “L” in the model number stands for “Lock,” and the “A” stands for “Annunciator,” as in the extra set...
Fire-Lite BG-12

Fire-Lite BG-12

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This was the first BG-12 that I had, but it is in worse condition than my other BG-12. It is...
Fire-Lite BG5

Fire-Lite BG5

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This is one of Fire-Lite’s first pull station models. It is very rare. The lever on the pull station would...
Fire-Lite BG5

Fire-Lite BG5

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Another iteration of the Fire-Lite BG5. I don’t have pictures of the interior since the screw keeping this pull closed...
Fire-Lite BG5

Fire-Lite BG5

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This BG5 is in the nicest condition of the ones that I have but it is missing its switch. Also,...
Fire-Lite BG6

Fire-Lite BG6

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This is sort of an earlier version of the Fire-Lite BG-10. Mine clearly isn’t in the best condition.
Fire-Lite MS-5UD

Fire-Lite MS-5UD

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This is a very nice control panel with a lot of features and a user interface that is usually only...
Fire-Lite RZA-4

Fire-Lite RZA-4

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This annunciator is supposed to be used with the old Fire-Lite Miniscan series of panels, I believe.
Fire-Lite RZA-4XF

Fire-Lite RZA-4XF

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This annunciator could go with my Ansul Autopulse 442R. The panel can’t actually be controlled from it, however. The switch...
Firecom FVA4-RC24D+FHA24D

Firecom FVA4-RC24D+FHA24D

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This horn/strobe, which is made by Space Age Electronics, is meant as a replacement for their older AV32-series strobe plates.
Gamewell A8814

Gamewell A8814

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I have no idea what year this alarm is from, only that it’s old and heavy.
Gamewell GW-30203-01

Gamewell GW-30203-01

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This is a somewhat obscure Gamewell alarm condition light, most likely used with system components such as duct detectors.
Gamewell M46-28

Gamewell M46-28

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The key reset cover is an additional device that the pull station is mounted on.
Gamewell M46-28T

Gamewell M46-28T

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This pull station is also known as the “Century,” “Full Moon,” or “Bulls-eye.” It is a really nice pull.
Gamewell M69

Gamewell M69

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I believe that this pull station is technically part of the “Century” series. It is extremely rare. I have two...
Gamewell MS-95

Gamewell MS-95

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I believe this pull is supposed to be addressable, but its module has been clearly removed. I also have the...
Gamewell-FCI MS-7AF

Gamewell-FCI MS-7AF

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Most of the MS-7’s with FCI’s logo on it have the Gamewell-FCI logo (like the Gamewell-FCI MS-7AF. Clearly, this one...
Gaylord NC-1357A

Gaylord NC-1357A

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This is a rebranded EST/Edwards 270-SPO for use in some sort of ventilator system.
GE 278B-1110

GE 278B-1110

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This is the non-addressable version of the EST SIGA-278. This particular unit is branded by GE.
GE 521BXT

GE 521BXT

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I think that this smoke detector might be intended for use in security systems.
Gentex 710CS-W

Gentex 710CS-W

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This is an interesting device. It’s a combination alarm and photoelectric smoke detector. It runs of 120 VAC.
Gentex GCC24-CR

Gentex GCC24-CR

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This is a Gentex Commander 4, which is intended for ceiling-mount applications.
Gentex GEC24-15/75PWW

Gentex GEC24-15/75PWW

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This Commander 2 could be used for a purpose other than fire protection due to its missing “Fire” labels.
Gentex GEC24-75WR

Gentex GEC24-75WR

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This alarms is from the Commander 2 series. The only difference between this and a Commander 3 (like the Gentex...
Gentex GEC3-24WR

Gentex GEC3-24WR

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This alarm is from the Gentex Commander 3 series. It has multiple tones and has multiple candelas settings for the...
Gentex GES24-15WR

Gentex GES24-15WR

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This is a remote strobe Gentex Commander 2 with a fixed candelas rating of 15.
Gentex GMS24-15/75WR

Gentex GMS24-15/75WR

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The horn mechanism on this alarm is the exact same one as found on the rectangular electro-mechanical Simplex horn/strobes, such...
Gentex GX-90S-4

Gentex GX-90S-4

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This is the older version of the Gentex GX90s-4-15/75WR with the non-ADA strobe.
Gentex GX91-W

Gentex GX91-W

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This alarm is the “updated” version of the Gentex GX90 (Simplex GX90-4R) series.
Gentex GXS-4-15/75WR

Gentex GXS-4-15/75WR

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This alarm uses the same strobe as other Gentex alarms such as the Gentex GX90S-4-15/75WR and Gentex GOS-24-110WR.
Gentex SHG-24-15/75CR

Gentex SHG-24-15/75CR

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This is a very interesting SHG. The “Fire” label on this alarm is actually a plate that was glued onto...
Gentex SHG-24-HW

Gentex SHG-24-HW

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Unfortunately, the back cover of this horn is missing along with it’s model number, so I had to make a...
Grinnell IXA-RMS

Grinnell IXA-RMS

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This pull station was pulled out of the William H. Snell Building at Brigham Young University when they were upgrading...
Grinnell RMS-1T

Grinnell RMS-1T

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I’m almost certain that this unit has an actual “Grinnell” model number, not just the standard RSG one, but it’s...
Grinnell TFX-912P

Grinnell TFX-912P

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Just like the rest of my Grinnell equipment, this smoke detector is from Brigham Young University.
H. R. Kirkland Indicator

H. R. Kirkland Indicator

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This unit bears no model number, only the brand “H. R. Kirkland,” a company that still manufactures fire alarm system...
Harrington Signal RMS-1T-KO

Harrington Signal RMS-1T-KO

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Behind the “Key Operated Only” cover is the regular pull lever, so that cover can be removed and this could...
Honeywell HFS-P

Honeywell HFS-P

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Oddly enough, the model number on this particular smoke doesn’t fit the typical pattern for Honeywell devices.
Honeywell S464A

Honeywell S464A

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This pull station is actually very large. The lever is very easy to pull, and it’s very difficult to tell...
Honeywell S464A

Honeywell S464A

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I managed to get my hands on a rare dual-action cover for the S464A series of pulls.
Honeywell S464D1000

Honeywell S464D1000

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This pull station is like the Honeywell S464A, except instead of pulling a lever down to activate the pull, the...
Honeywell S465B

Honeywell S465B

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This is essentially a slightly modified-looking version of the Honyewell S464A with a two-stage option.
Honeywell XLS-278

Honeywell XLS-278

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I am unsure of what type of key this pull station takes, which is why I didn’t get a picture...
IBM NY

IBM NY

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This pull station is very similar to my Simplex NY, most likely because Simplex purchased IBM’s fire alarm division around...
Kidde B4

Kidde B4

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A lot of the paint on this pull station has chipped off, but is still works fine.
Mircom MS-401U

Mircom MS-401U

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This pull station functions the same way that a Notifier BNG-1 does. Resetting it can be a bit difficult.
Notifier 34-24

Notifier 34-24

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This is basically just a Wheelock horn with a Notifer sticker slapped onto it.
Notifier BG-1

Notifier BG-1

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This unit’s physical condition is somewhat decent, but it is missing its switch unfortunately.
Notifier BGX-101L

Notifier BGX-101L

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This pull station used to be addressable, but I removed the monitor module that was wired into it.
Notifier BNG-1

Notifier BNG-1

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This pull actually opens with a “B” key, the key most commonly used by Simplex.
Notifier BNG-1

Notifier BNG-1

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This is the older version of the Notifier BNG-1. I modified the lock on one of these to open with...
Notifier BNG-1

Notifier BNG-1

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This is the most recent rendition of the BNG/BG-1 series. It is a lot easier to pull than both the...
Notifier BNG-1R

Notifier BNG-1R

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This is the oldest Notifier pull that I own which opens with the modern Notifier key.
Notifier F67ODT

Notifier F67ODT

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F67ODT likely isn’t the model number of the unit as it was just a random number stamped on the wall...
Notifier NAR-10

Notifier NAR-10

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The only difference between this and the Fire-Lite BG-10 is the text on the pull.
Notifier NWS-24

Notifier NWS-24

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This is an extremely rare strobe that Notifier produced when they were owned by Emhart.
Notifier SLG-24F

Notifier SLG-24F

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Another rare Notifier rebranding of a product typically not associated with Notifier.
Potter FA-50

Potter FA-50

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I’m not sure who was the actual manufacturer for this pull; I’ve seen it rebranded by Spurling, Honeywell, and many...
Potter OSYSU-A2

Potter OSYSU-A2

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I honestly have no idea what this thing is, but it says Potter on it, so that means it goes...
Potter SH-1224

Potter SH-1224

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The appearance of this alarm is like a mix between a System Sensor SpectrAlert Advance and a Gentex Commander 3....
Radionics D571S

Radionics D571S

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I always associate these re-branded Wheelock AS’s with Walmart. I’m sure others out there can also understand.
RSG RJRMS-1T-KL

RSG RJRMS-1T-KL

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This was my very first fire alarm device ever. Since I’ve had it for so long, it is just a...
RSG RMS-1P

RSG RMS-1P

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This model is the only white (not silver) pull station that I know of. I have only actually seen these...
RSG RMS-1P-KL-DAH

RSG RMS-1P-KL-DAH

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The glass box and the attached hammer seem like a really poorly designed way to have a break-glass pull station...
RSG RMS-1T

RSG RMS-1T

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Either this is an early generation RSG T-Bar or some unique variant of the more common RSG RJRMS-1T-KL.
Siemens CH-MC-W

Siemens CH-MC-W

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This is basically the white, Siemens-branded version of the Wheelock CH70-24MCW.
Siemens HFP-11

Siemens HFP-11

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The protective layer over the vents on the side of the detector is made out of a really thick fabric....
Siemens HFPT-11

Siemens HFPT-11

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I didn’t realize that the foam where the vents is should be there, so I picked away at part of...
Siemens U-EC-MCS

Siemens U-EC-MCS

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Although this alarms looks like an electromechanical horn/strobe produced by Cerberus Pyrotronics/Siemens/Faraday around the same time, it is actually a...
Siemens ZH-MC-W

Siemens ZH-MC-W

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The candelas selector on this alarm is broken, so the strobe is stuck on 75 candelas.
Siemens ZR-MC-R

Siemens ZR-MC-R

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This remote strobe is essentially a red Siemens ZH-MC-W without the horn mechanism.
Simplex 2001-3080

Simplex 2001-3080

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This panel was manufactured in the 1980’s. Compared to other Simplex 2001’s, this one is relatively small.
Simplex 2098-9782

Simplex 2098-9782

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This key switch is similar to the Simplex 2098-9806, except it has the additional green LED.
Simplex 2099-9103

Simplex 2099-9103

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The glass that goes with the pull station is fairly easy to break. I did it for one of my...
Simplex 2099-9103

Simplex 2099-9103

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The terminal strip on the back of this pull is different than the one of my other Simplex 2099-9103.
Simplex 2099-9138

Simplex 2099-9138

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This pull station opens with the Simplex “B” key. I also have the Silent Knight and Wheelock versions of this...
Simplex 2099-9754

Simplex 2099-9754

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This is the updated version of the Simplex 4251-20. I have both the silver and red backed versions.
Simplex 2099-9754

Simplex 2099-9754

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The back of this pull station is different than that of my other Simplex 2099-9754.
Simplex 2099-9756

Simplex 2099-9756

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The front of this pull station is a bit scuffed up. It is the dual-action version of the Simplex 2099-9754.
Simplex 2099-9757

Simplex 2099-9757

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The switch and terminals on this pull station are different from those on the Simplex 2099-9756.
Simplex 2099-9788

Simplex 2099-9788

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These pull stations were rebranded by Simplex in order to be used outdoors. Pulling the pull station requires breaking a...
Simplex 2901-9333

Simplex 2901-9333

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This bell is compatible with some of Simplex’s strobe plates, such as the Simplex 4904-9139.
Simplex 2901-9833

Simplex 2901-9833

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This horn is designed to go with a Simplex 2901-9001 or a Simplex Simplex 2901-9101. This horns also break really...
Simplex 2901-9833

Simplex 2901-9833

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I have several of these horns because I’ve had several of them unexpectedly break on me.
Simplex 2901-9833

Simplex 2901-9833

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One more duplicate of the Simplex 2901-9833. I don’t know if these horns really do break this easily or if...
Simplex 2901-9838

Simplex 2901-9838

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This horn is designed to go with a Simplex 4903-9101. The grilles on these horns scratch very easily. Luckily, I...
Simplex 2901-9838

Simplex 2901-9838

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This is a spare cover for the 2901-9838 horn which I received NIB. It is somewhat noteworthy that the Simplex...
Simplex 2903-9001

Simplex 2903-9001

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Rather than having a xenon strobe as most modern alarms do, this strobe plate has an actual light bulb that...
Simplex 2903-9101

Simplex 2903-9101

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This strobe plate is like my Simplex 2903-9001, except it has a regular strobe inside of the lens instead of...
Simplex 2904-9102

Simplex 2904-9102

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I had to take a guess as to what this ceiling-mount light’s model number is, so 2904-9201 may not be...
Simplex 2904-9103

Simplex 2904-9103

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This unit is a light, not a strobe. I’m pretty sure that 2904-9103 is the correct model number.
Simplex 4004-9201

Simplex 4004-9201

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This was the my second control panel and is currently the one that I have up for the wall system....
Simplex 4005-9101

Simplex 4005-9101

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This control panel is very large, at least twice the size of my Simplex 4004. It is a conventional control...
Simplex 4050

Simplex 4050

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This horn runs on AC power and goes with my the Simplex 4050-001 light plate.
Simplex 4050-80

Simplex 4050-80

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You can see what the horn and the light plate look like together in the last picture.
Simplex 4050-81

Simplex 4050-81

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The only difference between this and the Simplex 4050-80 is that this runs off of 24 VDC rather than 120...
Simplex 4051

Simplex 4051

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The DC-powered version of the Simplex 4050, which runs on AC power.
Simplex 4098-9601

Simplex 4098-9601

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I currently do not have base for this smoke detector. It is similar to the Simplex 4098-9714.
Simplex 4098-9830

Simplex 4098-9830

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The LED on this unit uses 14VDC rather than the 24VDC used by the Simplex 2098-9806.
Simplex 4251-1

Simplex 4251-1

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This type of pull station is also referred to as the “Chevron.” It looks almost like parts of this pull...
Simplex 4251-20

Simplex 4251-20

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This was the original Simplex Tbar. The Simplex 2099-9754 is the updated version of it.
Simplex 4251-20

Simplex 4251-20

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I believe this is an older, less seen model of 4251-20. It has a slightly different handle from my other...
Simplex 4251-30

Simplex 4251-30

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This was the original Simplex Break-Glass Simplex Tbar. The Simplex 2099-9103 is the updated version of it.
Simplex 4263-1

Simplex 4263-1

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What code this pull station does currently escapes me. It is similar to my Faraday 10508A.
Simplex 477-669

Simplex 477-669

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Oddly enough, the model number on this particular smoke doesn’t fit the typical pattern for Simplex devices.
Simplex 4903-9101

Simplex 4903-9101

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I believe that this strobe plate was designed for use with a 2901-9838, but it could be used with a...
Simplex 4903-9101

Simplex 4903-9101

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The only difference between this and my other Simplex 4903-9101 is that this strobe is meant to be on the...
Simplex 4903-9101

Simplex 4903-9101

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Since this is a ceiling-mount unit, it’s model number is probably different from 4903-9101, but I couldn’t figure out what...
Simplex 4903-9105

Simplex 4903-9105

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I think that this strobe plate actually uses the same housing that the Simplex 4903-9101 uses. The strobe is obviously...
Simplex 4903-9217

Simplex 4903-9217

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This rectangular Simplex notification appliances has an electromechanical horn mechanism, rather than an electronic horn mechanism or a speaker.
Simplex 4903-9219

Simplex 4903-9219

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This rectangular Simplex notification appliances has an electromechanical horn mechanism, rather than a speaker or an electromechanical horn mechanism.
Simplex 4903-9219H

Simplex 4903-9219H

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This alarm is specially made for high-humidity situations such as swimming pools. That’s what the “H” in the model number...
Simplex 4903-9220

Simplex 4903-9220

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This rectangular Simplex notification appliances has an electromechanical horn mechanism, rather than a speaker or an electromechanical horn mechanism. It...
Simplex 4903-9236

Simplex 4903-9236

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This unit has an electronic horn, as opposed to the electromechanical horn or speaker found in other rectangular Simplex notification...
Simplex 4903-9238

Simplex 4903-9238

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This unit has an electronic horn, as opposed to the speaker or electromechanical horn found in other rectangular Simplex notification...
Simplex 4903-9403

Simplex 4903-9403

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The strobe on this alarm model isn’t directly connected to the alarm, oddly enough.
Simplex 4903-9418

Simplex 4903-9418

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The lack of TrueAlert branding on the front of the alarm, as well as the odd grille, are signs that...
Simplex 4903-9425

Simplex 4903-9425

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This alarm is a TrueAlert. Unfortunately, its horn was DOA, but the strobe still functions fine. I have a spare...
Simplex 4903-9427

Simplex 4903-9427

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This unit is almost identical to my Simplex 4903-9425, except the strobe candelas rating is different, and this unit functions...
Simplex 4903-9459

Simplex 4903-9459

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This unit is an addressable horn strobe. It’s what my elementary school had installed in the classrooms.
Simplex 4904-9053

Simplex 4904-9053

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I accidentally bought this particular unit not realizing I already had one. Oh well, happens.
Simplex 4904-9137

Simplex 4904-9137

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This strobe is the same strobe on any of the Simplex “rectangular” alarms, such as the Simplex 4903-9217. In order...
Simplex 4904-9137

Simplex 4904-9137

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In order to un-mount this series of strobes, the strobe has to be snapped out of the housing since the...
Simplex 4904-9139

Simplex 4904-9139

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I believe that this strobe plate was designed to be used with bells, such as the Simplex 2901-9333.
Simplex 4904-9144

Simplex 4904-9144

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This strobe is essentially a white Simplex 4904-9137, but with a different candelas rating.
Simplex 4904-9169

Simplex 4904-9169

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This strobe is an early TrueAlert model, which can be assumed because it is missing the “TrueAlert” lettering found in...
Simplex 636-820

Simplex 636-820

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This is the Simplex 4010 user interface which was taken out of a broken 4010.
Simplex GX90-4R

Simplex GX90-4R

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The Simplex label on this alarm can be peeled back to reveal the Gentex logo.
Simplex GX90S-4-15/75WR

Simplex GX90S-4-15/75WR

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This alarm is essentially a Gentex GX90 (Simplex GX90-4R) with a Gentex GXS-4-15/75WR strobe attached to it.
Simplex NY

Simplex NY

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This coded pull station is very similar to the IBM NY.
Spurling Pull Station

Spurling Pull Station

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I have no clue what this pull station’s model number is. This pull station pulls very easily.
Standard 456

Standard 456

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After breaking the glass on the front of the pull station, the switch inside would be released.
Standard 700

Standard 700

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I really like the look of the gold paint on this pull station. In the last picture below, you can...
Standard BC-1251-0S

Standard BC-1251-0S

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It’s pretty obvious that this is just a rebranded Edwards coded pull, especially since it’s still branded as Edwards on...
STI SS-2000F

STI SS-2000F

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Can’t remember where exactly I put the key for this unit. It can still open with an allen wrench, but...
System Sensor 1424

System Sensor 1424

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This smoke detector is similar in design to the System Sensor 2424, except it’s missing the vents on the side...
System Sensor P2W

System Sensor P2W

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This is a white, two-wire SpectrAlert Advance. It is a part of a permanent mini-system that I have installed in...
Thorn B5

Thorn B5

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This pull station is actually made by Kidde. It’s sort of like a combo of a Fire-Lite BG6 and BG-10.
Tork Alert TA-270

Tork Alert TA-270

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This pull station is just a Notifier BNG-1 (Fire-Lite BG-8) body with a different label on the front. It even...
Unknown Abort

Unknown Abort

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I have no clue who makes this switch or what its model number is.
Unknown Test/Ready Switch

Unknown Test/Ready Switch

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I received this switch with a lot of various alarm devices. I’m not sure who it’s made by, what its...
Wheelock 34T-24

Wheelock 34T-24

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This alarm is like a Wheelock 7002T-24 without a strobe. Since it doesn’t have a strobe, the horn doesn’t make...
Wheelock 7002-24

Wheelock 7002-24

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Just like the Wheelock 7002T-24, the horn on this alarm skips whenever the strobe flashes.
Wheelock 7002T-24

Wheelock 7002T-24

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The alarm featured in the pictures on this page was removed from its original packing just prior to when the...
Wheelock 7002T-24

Wheelock 7002T-24

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This alarm is a weird cross between a regular Wheelock 7002T-24 and a Wheelock 7002-24. In a nutshell, this alarm...
Wheelock 7002T-24

Wheelock 7002T-24

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This 7002T-24 could be used for general signaling purposes as it grey and the strobe is not labeled.
Wheelock 7002T-24

Wheelock 7002T-24

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Each 7002T-24 has a somewhat different pitch, so I’ve kept several that sound different from each other.
Wheelock AH-24

Wheelock AH-24

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This is a horn only white Wheelock AS. The bulge where the strobe would be on a Horn/Strobe looks pretty...
Wheelock AS-2415

Wheelock AS-2415

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This is an early version of the AS with a vertical strobe. It looks and functions the same as a...
Wheelock CH-DF2-WS-12

Wheelock CH-DF2-WS-12

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The strobe isn’t supposed to be blank, the fire lettering just rubbed off. You can still barely see where it...
Wheelock CH70-24

Wheelock CH70-24

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This is similar in appearance to the Wheelock E70-R, but it is a chime instead of a speaker.
Wheelock E70-R

Wheelock E70-R

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Although similar in appearance to the Wheelock CH70-24, this alarm is simply a speaker.
Wheelock EH-EL1

Wheelock EH-EL1

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This horn was attached to my Space Age Electronics A32-BL-SFXC-TJ24B-0000 when I received it.
Wheelock EHS-DL1

Wheelock EHS-DL1

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Since this alarm has a combined input for both the strobe and the horn, it can’t be coded without the...
Wheelock ES-DL1

Wheelock ES-DL1

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Despite looking like like a chime or a speaker, this is actually a horn that is capable of doing three...
Wheelock ET-1080-WS-24

Wheelock ET-1080-WS-24

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You can’t really tell from the pictures, but the strobe is practically falling out of this particular unit.
Wheelock HNR

Wheelock HNR

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This is from the Exceeder series. It is a horn-only version of the Wheelock HSR.
Wheelock HSR

Wheelock HSR

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This is from the Exceeder series. The only difference between this and my Wheelock HSW is the color.
Wheelock HSW

Wheelock HSW

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This is from the Exceeder series. It definitely has the most candelas options of any of my alarms.
Wheelock HSW-24

Wheelock HSW-24

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This is a very odd remote strobe. I’m not sure what series of alarms it was produced for, if any.
Wheelock LS3M-24

Wheelock LS3M-24

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This is an interesting Wheelock strobe. I’m not sure what type of application this was designed for.
Wheelock MB-G10-24-R

Wheelock MB-G10-24-R

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I’m missing this unit’s label, so that model number is only a guess. It’s probably right though.
Wheelock MIZ-24-WS

Wheelock MIZ-24-WS

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This is essentially just a mini horn attached to a strobe. It makes the same noise as a mini horn...
Wheelock MPS-100

Wheelock MPS-100

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This is the only pull station marketed by Wheelock. It’s not actually made by them though, it’s just a rebrand.
Wheelock MT-12/24

Wheelock MT-12/24

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This signal, I believe, can be used for general application purposes, as well as fire protection.
Wheelock MT-24-LSM

Wheelock MT-24-LSM

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I believe that this MT is newer than the Wheelock MT4-24LSM, yet older than the Wheelock MT-24MCW.
Wheelock MT-24MCW

Wheelock MT-24MCW

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This is a MT from the newest generation. As you can tell, its grille is slightly broken.
Wheelock MT4-24-LSM

Wheelock MT4-24-LSM

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I believe that this is an early version of the MT series since it doesn’t have covers over the screw...
Wheelock NC-OS

Wheelock NC-OS

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This is a very old Wheelock pull station. I’m not exactly sure what year it’s from. The only way to...
Wheelock RSS-241575W

Wheelock RSS-241575W

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The “Agent” labels are only stickers that have been placed above the standard “Fire” letters.
Wheelock RSS-24MCW

Wheelock RSS-24MCW

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This RSS has multiple candelas options. I have both the red and white versions of this strobe. I used both...
Wheelock RSSP-24MCW

Wheelock RSSP-24MCW

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This strobe plate has multiple candelas settings. The strobe portion is essentially a Wheelock RSS-24MCW.
Wheelock STR

Wheelock STR

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This is from the Exceeder series. It looks like it could be a horn/strobe but is just a remote strobe.
Wheelock ZRS-MCW

Wheelock ZRS-MCW

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This alarm is similar to the Siemems ZH-MC-W except it is red and a remote strobe.
Whelen Strobe-Alarm

Whelen Strobe-Alarm

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This is a pretty unique all-in-one smoke detector and strobe. The brown cable in the picture is for a 120VAC...