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Manual Call Point
Live investigations of false fire alarms, written by Raman Chagger and published by BRE in December 2015, defines a Manual Call Point (MCP) as: ‘A component used in a fire detection and fire alarm systems that allows the user, when a fire condition is present, to manually trigger and activate the fire alarm warning devices.’
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