Visual Nurse Call
4000 Series

Corridor & Zone Lights

Corridor Lights 1, 2, 3, 4, or 6 Lights
Corridor Lights 1, 2, 3, 4, or 6 Lights
L-101, L-102, L-103, L-422, and L-423

Nurse Call Light with 1 – 6 lamp options

High quality corridor lights are an important aspect of any emergency call system. These nurse call lights illuminate when an associated station is activated and will remain lit until the station is reset. Corridor nurse call lights are available with 1 to 6 lamps depending on your facility’s needs and preferences. Lights come with white or red dome colors, but a variety of color filters are available. Utilizing different colored options for certain situations and emergencies allows for efficient operation of your facility. The lights are equipped with removable dome covers for easy lamp replacement. With a wide range of lamp and color options, these nurse call lights provide effective call priority organization for your system.

*4-6 light configurations are required to be on at least a 4 gang plate

Description:

Available with one, two, three, four, or six lamps and a full range of optional silk-screened designations. CORNELL Corridor Lights feature translucent wedge-shaped covers in red or white.

Operation:

The Light will illuminate when associated station is activated.

Maintenance:

Dome covers are easily removed from the front, for simplified lamp replacement.

Options:

Corridor lights can be made in 1-6 light configurations with white or red domes. Lights can be made red, blue, amber, yellow, or green with additional filters. Domes can also be silkscreened.

Mounting:

L-101, L-102, and L-103 models mount on standard, single-gang boxes or plaster rings, with a required depth of 1 inch. L-422 and L-423 models mount on a standard 4-gang box or plaster rings with a minimum of 1” depth.

Engineering Specifications:

The contractor shall furnish and install the CORNELL Series 4000 Corridor Lights with one (L-101), two (L-102), three (L-103), four (L-422) or six (L-423) lamps. The domes shall be (red) or (white), with optional designations silk-screened on the surface. The stainless steel faceplates shall mount on a standard, single-gang electrical wall box or single-gang plaster ring, with external connection achieved via pigtails. The dome covers shall be removable from the front for easy replacement of the lamps.

  • Power Requirements: 24VDC
  • Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
  • Physical Faceplate Dimensions: 4 ½ ”H x 2 ¾ ”W (1 Gang)
  • Mounting: Single-Gang back box with 1” minimum depth
  • Wiring: #22 AWG Minimum
Contact the nurse call system manufacturers at Cornell Communications for more information about our superior emergency call systems.

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Corridor Lights with Tone
Corridor Lights with Tone
LS-201

Nurse Call Light with Tone

A highly reliable alert is necessary when residents of your facility signal for assistance. These nurse call lights with accompanying tone illuminate and sound when the associated station is activated. The light and tone will continue until the station is reset. The nurse call lights are available with 1 to 3 lamps depending on your facility’s preference and needs. Light filters are available in multiple colors and the tone is available in multiple pulse frequencies to provide you with many light and sound combinations for a variety of situations. Light dome covers are removable for easy replacement of burnt out lamps. With an effective combination of light and sound, our nurse call lights with tone are an excellent addition to your emergency communication system.

Description:

The LS-201, call indicator, is mounted on a double gang, stainless steel plate. The call indicator may be mounted in any position. The dome cover is illuminated by an incandescent lamp (can be configured in 1-3 lamps). The audible tone sounder is a piezoelectric type, black plastic.

Operation:

When an associated call station is activated, the LS-201 lights and will sound the piezoelectric tone device. The tone will pulse constantly until the station is reset.

Maintenance:

Dome covers are easily removed from the front for simplified lamp replacement.

Options:

Corridor lights can be made in 1-3 light configurations with white or red domes. Lights can be made red, blue, amber, yellow, or green with additional filters. Domes can also be silk-screened. Tone can be steady, intermittent, or chime.

Mounting:

All models mount on standard, double-gang boxes or plaster rings, with a required depth of 1 inch.

Engineering Specifications:

The contractor shall furnish and install the CORNELL LS-201 call indicator corridor lights as indicated on the plans. Faceplates shall be double gang, stainless steel with four mounting screws. Calls shall be indicated by an incandescent lamp covered by a white (or red) translucent plastic cover and a piezoelectric tone device mounted to the side on the finished plate. The sound output shall be 90 db. with 24 VDC input. The complete unit shall consume no more than 115 mA @ 24 VDC.

Technical Information:

  • Power Requirements: 24VDC
  • Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
  • Physical Faceplate Dimensions: 4.5 ”H x 4.57 ”W (2 Gang)
  • Mounting: Double-Gang back box with 1” minimum depth
  • Wiring: #22 AWG Minimum
Contact the nurse call system manufacturers at Cornell Communications to learn more about our superior emergency communication products.

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Triple Status Zone Light
Triple Status Zone Light
Z-103

Nurse Call Light with Triple Zone Status

Your nurse call system requires a highly effective alert when someone signals for help. These nurse call lights with triple zone status signals allow each call to be given priority based on the call needs. When a patient calls in a specific zone, 3 different pulse and color options inform personnel if the call is normal or emergency priority. A flashing red light signals an emergency, a steady white light signals a normal call and a pulsing green light signals a third priority. With an acknowledgement of each call’s priority, personnel can attend to patient or resident needs more efficiently. Ensure your facility runs smoothly by prioritizing needs with the addition of our nurse call lights with triple zone status.

Description:

CORNELL Zone Lights (Z-103) to provide visual indication of normal and emergency calls within a zone.

Operation:

The Z-103 Triple Status Zone Light offers indications of call and given priority with multiple flash rates.

Mounting:

The satin finish stainless steel faceplate with silk-screened designations may be flush mounted on a standard outlet box with single-gang plaster ring, or surface mounted on a Wiremold 5748 or equivalent. Field wiring terminations are pigtailed.

Engineering Specifications:

The contractor shall furnish and install CORNELL Zone Lights (Z-103) to provide visual indication of normal and emergency calls within a zone. Flashing red light shall indicate an emergency; steady white light a normal call; pulsing green a third priority. The lights shall operate independently. The stainless steel faceplate shall mount in a single-gang electrical box or plaster ring, and shall include a provision for connecting a remote corridor light (CORNELL L-103).

Technical Information:

  • Power Requirements: 24VDC
  • Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
  • Physical Faceplate Dimensions: 4 ½ ”H x 2 ¾ ”W (1 Gang)
  • Mounting: Single-Gang back box with 1¾” minimum depth
  • Wiring: Screw terminals, 22 AWG Minimum
Contact the nurse call system specialists at Cornell Communications for more information about our emergency communication systems.

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