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Honeywell Notifier Fire Alarm Addressable Dual Action Pull Station With Key Lock NBG-12LX

Honeywell Notifier Fire Alarm Addressable Dual Action Pull Station With Key Lock NBG-12LX

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The Notifier NBG-12LX is a state-of-the-art, dual-action (i.e., requires two motions to activate the station) pull station that includes an addressable interface for any Notifier intelligent control panel except FireWarden series panels, and the NSP- 25 panel. Because the NBG-12LX is addressable, the control panel can display the exact location of the activated manual station. This leads fire personnel quickly to the location of the alarm.


  • Maintenance personnel can open station for inspection and address setting without causing an alarm condition.
  • Built-in bicolor LED, which is visible through the handle of the station, flashes in normal operation and latches steady red when in alarm.
  • Handle latches in down position and the word “ACTIVATED” appears to clearly indicate the station has been operated.
  • Captive screw terminals wire-ready for easy connection to SLC loop (accepts up to 12 AWG/3.25 mm² wire).
  • Can be surface mounted (with SB-10 or SB-I/O) or semiflush mounted. Semi-flush mount to a standard singlegang, double-gang, or 4" (10.16 cm) square electrical box.
  • Smooth dual-action design.
  • Meets ADAAG controls and operating mechanisms guidelines (Section 4.1.3[13]); meets ADA requirement for 5 lb. maximum activation force.
  • Highly visible.
  • Attractive shape and textured finish.
  • Key reset.
  • Includes Braille text on station handle.
  • Optional trim ring (BG12TR).
  • Meets UL 38, Standard for Manually Actuated Signaling Boxes.
  • Up to 99 NBG-12LX stations per loop on CLIP protocol loops.
  • Up to 159 NBG-12LX stations per loop on FlashScanÂŽ protocol loops.
  • Dual-color LED blinks green to indicate normal on FlashScanÂŽ systems.

Shell, door, and handle are molded of durable polycarbonate material with a textured finish.

The NBG-12LX will mount semi-flush into a single-gang, double-gang, or standard 4" (10.16 cm) square electrical outlet box, or will surface mount to the model SB-10 or SB-I/O surface backbox. If the NBG-12LX is being semi-flush mounted, then the optional trim ring (BG12TR) may be used. The BG12TR is usually needed for semi-flush mounting with 4" (10.16 cm) or double-gang boxes (not with single-gang boxes).

Pushing in, then pulling down on the handle causes it to latch in the down/activated position. Once latched, the word “ACTIVATED” (in bright yellow) appears at the top of the handle, while a portion of the handle protrudes from the bottom of the station. To reset the station, simply unlock the station with the key and pull the door open. This action resets the handle; closing the door automatically resets the switch. Each manual station, on command from the control panel, sends data to the panel representing the state of the manual switch. Two rotary decimal switches allow address settings (1 – 159 on FlashScan® systems, 1 – 99 on CLIP systems).

Architectural/Engineering Specifications
Manual Fire Alarm Stations shall be non-coded, with a keyoperated reset lock in order that they may be tested, and so designed that after actual Emergency Operation, they cannot be restored to normal except by use of a key. An operated station shall automatically condition itself so as to be visually detected as activated. Manual stations shall be constructed of red-colored polycarbonate material with clearly visible operating instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall appear on the front of the stations in white letters, 1.00 inches (2.54 cm) or larger. Stations shall be suitable for surface mounting on matching backbox SB-10 or SB-I/O; or semi-flush mounting on a standard single-gang, double-gang, or 4" (10.16 cm) square electrical box, and shall be installed within the limits defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or per national/local requirements. Manual Stations shall be Underwriters Laboratories listed. Manual stations shall connect with two wires to one of the control panel SLC loops. The manual station shall, on command from the control panel, send data to the panel representing the state of the manual switch. Manual stations shall provide address setting by use of rotary decimal switches. The loop poll LED shall be clearly visible through the front of the station. The LED shall flash while in the normal condition, and stay steadily illuminated when in alarm.

Product Line Information

NBG-12LX: Dual-action addressable pull station. Includes key locking feature.

SB-10: Surface backbox; metal.

SB-I/O: Surface backbox; plastic.

BG12TR: Optional trim ring.

17021: Keys, set of two.

NY-Plate: New York City trim plate


Shipping Weight: 9.6 oz. (272.15 g)
Normal Operating Voltage: 24 VDC
Maximum SLC loop voltage: 28.0 VDC
Maximul SLC loop current: 375 uA
Temperature Range: 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 49°C)
Relative Humidity: 10%-93% noncondensing.
Use: Indoors in a dry location
Agency Approvals:

In some cases, certain modules or applications may not be listed by certain approval agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult factory for latest listing status

UL / CUL Listed: S692 (listed for Canadian and non-Canadian applications)

MEA: 67-02-E

CSFM: 7150-0028:0199

FDNY: COA #6038 (NFS2-640), COA #6058 (NFS2-3030)

BSMI: CI313066760047

U.S. Coast Guard: 161.002/23/3 (AFP-200); 161.002/27/3 (AM-2020/AFP-1010; 161.002/42/1 (NFS-640)

Lloyd’s Register: 02/6007 (NFS-640); 94/60004 (E2) (AFP-200); 03/60011 (E1); 07/60007 (NFS2-3030)

FM Approved

Patented: Patented: U.S. Patent No. D428,351; 6,380,846; 6,314,772; 6,632,108.
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