resetting fire detectors

resetting fire detectors
A fire detector which, after having been caused to function, resets itself when the operating conditions that caused it to function cease to exist.
As the temperature rises the bimetallic strip makes the contact and the warning light comes on. As soon as fire goes out the temperature drops and the contact is broken putting the light off.

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