Check in Station, Push Button, Single-Gang
E-107 single-gang Check In Stations are provided when a care center requires that each resident confirms that they are ok: by activating this station at a designated time each day. At the end of the designated time a report or message can be generated identifying those residents that did not activate the station. The Check In Station features satin finish stainless steel face plates with silk-screened designations. They may be flush mounted on standard outlet boxes with single-gang rings, or surface mounted on Wire mold 5748 or equal with a depth requirement of 1 ¾“.
Used with the A-4000 series Annunciator panel as a “check-in” room station for senior housing. Pushing the “check in” nurse call button activates a light at the Annunciator.
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 Wire mold 5748 or equivalent.
The contractor shall furnish and install the Cornell E-107 check-in stations as indicated on the plans. Faceplates shall be satin-finish stainless steel with silk-screened designations. Call indicator shall be red LED and be replaceable from rear of unit. Incandescent lamps are not acceptable. Stations shall be mounted on standard outlet boxes with single-gang rings or Wire mold 5748 or equivalent.
- 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: #22 AWG Minimum
Check-In Station with Momentary Push Button and Call Placed Light
Cornell Communications offers a wide selection of reliable emergency nurse call system replacement parts. This visual emergency station with momentary push button and call placed light is the perfect solution for all your light notification system needs. At the press of a button, the check-in station alerts caregivers assistance is needed. Fully equipped with a call-placed light, patients can rest confidently knowing help is on its way. Nurse call systems from Cornell Communications are ideal in facilities like hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living centers, and hospices. This wireless nurse call station is a reliable first line of communication for your patient’s bedside needs.
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