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Audio and visual nurse call systems for assisted living facilities, nursing homes, hospitals and outpatient medical clinics.
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The solid-state Flasher Module P-5000F provides a reliable, adjustable, pulsing signal.
Cornell’s P-5000F allows a steady light to flash with switched negative output.
Surface mounted enclosure.
The contractor shall furnish and install the CORNELL P-5000F Flasher Module to provide an adjustable pulsing voltage for priority calls. The module shall derive its operating voltage from a CORNELL 24V power supply.
- Power Requirements: 24VDC
- Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
- Physical Enclosure Dimensions: 8 ¼”W x 7 ¼”H x 3 ¾”D
- Mounting: Surface mounted enclosure.
- Wiring: #22 AWG Minimum
- Electrical Specifications: Maximum applied voltage 24 V DC, regulated. Maximum current capacity on flashing output is (F-) 3 amps DC.
Flasher Module, 3 Amps @ 24 VDC For Single Status System - 6 5/8"H x 6"W x 2 3/8"D
This P-5000F Flasher Module produces 3 amps with 24 VDC. This flasher module provides a constant pulsing signal light, which is easily adjustable. This P-5000F draws its power from a Cornell 24V power supply. This unit is designed for installation on vertical walls in a dry area. This module provides discreet communication when a priority call is placed, ensuring the patient receives proper care while saving response time.
At Cornell Communications, we pride ourselves on our outstanding customer service and high quality nurse call systems. We are constantly working to create new response systems which will lead to faster answer times and better patient care. This flasher module is easy to operate and can be installed quickly. Upgrade your current nurse call system to an industry leading emergency response system from Cornell Communications and begin providing a new level of patient care.