Cornell Communications Announces Digital Area of Rescue Assistance Emergency Call System
Exceedingly Reliable Service for Emergency Personnel to Quickly Respond for Emergency Assistance Shown at ISC West
Milwaukee, WI – April 10, 2013 – Cornell Communications, the expert in emergency communications systems for senior housing and outpatient medical clinics, introduces the advanced digital Area of Rescue Emergency Communication System at the ISC West Conference in Las Vegas, April 10 – 12 and will be shown in booth #7038.
The 4800 Digital Area of Rescue Assistance System allows over 200 remote stations to communicate directly -- through a microphone or loudspeaker -- with hands-free technology. An external modem connection provides the main control panel with a built-in public telephone feature. With safety and security as Cornell’s primary objective for all its products, the system supervises all call stations, control panels, and expansion switches to ensure flawless operation and immediate identification of any defect.
The 4800 Digital Emergency Communication communicates effectively in standby, alarm, telephone, fault or intercom mode. The control panels include a programmable automatic dial feature connecting the caller to an external telephone line for easy, quick retrieval and communication. For facilities in need of a larger system, five control panels are available to accommodate up to 255 call stations.
“Our mission is to provide safe and secure communication in the case of an emergency situation,” states J.J. Johnson, CEO of Cornell Communications. “The 4800 Digital Area of Rescue Communication System delivers exceedingly reliable service so emergency personnel can quickly satisfy the needs of those requiring emergency assistance.”
- The 4800 Digital Emergency Communication System’s components include:
- Main and remote control panels, Cornell Model A-4800M or Cornell Model A-4800R
- Call stations, Cornell Model 4800V, with a max of 255 stations
- Expansion switches to accommodate 1-8 devices, including call stations, Cornell Model ES-4808 (with 8 ports utilizing Ethernet/CobraNet proprietary technology)
- Power supplies (select one, or multiple) Model B-5243B, Battery Back-Up/Power Supply 24VDC 3.3 Amp Supplied with (2) 12Volt/7Ah Batteries or B-5248A, Battery Back-Up/Power Supply 24VDC 8 Amp Supplied with (2) 12Volt/7Ah Batteries
In addition Cornell can provide all the signage required for Area of Rescue/Refuge systems.
For more information on the 4800 Area of Rescue System, or any of the emergency call systems Cornell Communications offers, please visit www.cornell.com.
About Cornell Communications
Cornell Communications, the premier emergency and nurse call system developer, has over 40 years of experience in providing clients with unbeatable customer service, unparalleled product ease-of-use and unmatched emergency communication systems. Cornell’s dedication to designing and manufacturing quality emergency communication products while exceeding customers’ needs has made Cornell Communications a top competitor and innovator in the business.
For more information contact:
Murphy Knott Public Relations, Inc.