The Cornell Emergency Station with speaker is a must-have for nursing homes, senior care facilities, hospices, psych wards, schools, university campuses and more. This station allows residents, students, or patients to make contact with facility staff right from their bed or other designated emergency areas. This station is designed with advanced technology to perform long-term under intense conditions. The two-gang plate emergency call system is vandal resistant in the event of external emergency situations.
Residents or facility staff can communicate with other emergency stations with a simple push of the button. The button will flash when the signal is received by other emergency stations, allowing staff to tend to emergency situations without the chaos of alarms, blaring walkie-talkies, or dated intercom systems.
The Cornell 4200 series call stations work with Cornell’s 4200 Rescue Assistance system to initiate a call to the master panel when the button is pressed, opening up a voice communication from master panel to station.
The call station has an LED illuminated switch that when pressed, initiates a call to the master panel and illuminates the LED on the call station.
The satin finish stainless heavy-duty steel faceplate with silk-screened designations is to be flush mounted on a standard outlet box with a dual-gang plaster ring. Field wiring is provided by a pigtail connector.
The CORNELL Call Station, Model 4201B/V, shall consist of one momentary switch with an LED, and one audible alarm with a sound level minimum of 70db at 30cm. The station shall be wall mounted on a dual-gang stainless steel plate that is vandal resistant.