Triple Status Control Module
UL Listed CORNELL NC-102D Control Module provides reliable control over all functions of CORNELL’S Multi-Status Emergency Call Systems providing three levels of steady and flashing lights and tones to distinguish priorities within a nurse call system..
Cornell’s NC-102D directs the call from one of Cornell’s stations to the predetermined level of priority.
Surface mounted enclosure.
The contractor shall furnish and install the CORNELL NC-102D Control Module. The NC-102D offers automatic control of both audible and visual notification. The audible tones shall be sounded at all duty stations and at the multi-status Annunciator panel whenever a call is placed. The NC-102D offers up to 3 levels of Priority, as follows: First Level – Highest priority, rapid flashing indicator & one beep per ½ second. Second Level – Medium priority, slow flashing indicator & one beep per second. Third Level – Lowest priority, steady-on indicator & one beep every six seconds.
- Power Requirements: 24VDC
- Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
- Physical Enclosure Dimensions: 7 ¼” W x 12” H x 3 ½” D
- Mounting: Surface mounted enclosure.
- Wiring: #22 AWG Minimum
- Electrical Specifications: The NC-102D shall derive its operating voltage from the CORNELL P-512243A Power Supply. The NC-102D operates at 24VDC.
P-, F- and S-, signal generators rated at 3A each. DN, DE & HI status outputs rated at .5A each.
Control Module, Solid State for Dual or Triple Status Systems
The NC-102D control module provides users with control over all functions associated with Cornell Multi-Status Emergency Call Systems. This control unit sorts calls from patient stations to the pre-set level of priority. This control module gives the user automatic control of both audible and visual notifications.
After a call has been placed, this module produces an audible tone at all duty stations, including the multi-status annunciator panel. The visual alerts are pre-set to three different levels, with each level indicating the priority of the patient call. First priority is indicated by rapidly flashing lights and an audible beep every ½ second. Medium priority has a slower flashing light, with an audible beep every 1 second. The low priority calls get a steady-on indicator and one beep every 6 seconds. This control unit operates at 24VDC and is UL listed.
We place our emphasis on providing quality customer service and manufacturing top quality nurse call systems. Our design team is always working on improving our products, focusing on better patient care and response times. The NC-102D control module is easy to operate and provides caretakers with an easy way to see which of their patients needs assistance. Provide a new level of patient care with a complete emergency call system from Cornell Communications.
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