Bedside Station with 20-Pin Connector
CORNELL Bedside Station (B-111/EP) is equipped with one 20-pin socket for use with the CORNELL Pendant-Style Call Cord (SW-510) permitting the following standard features:
- Nurse Call
- Light control– light control functions require use of third party Low-Voltage light controller
Can also work with other pendant-style or pillow speaker-style call cords besides CORNELL SW-510 with additional wiring added. For functions such as:
- Entertainment (TV) Audio
- Entertainment (TV) Control
(Available as special-order option, please contact CORNELL.)
Red LED’s indicate calls placed. Calls may be cancelled at the touch of a button. Removal of call cord plug from station indicates a call at the system’s annunciator panel.
The satin-finish stainless steel faceplates may be flush mounted on standard outlet boxes with single-gang rings. The plates may also be surface mounted with Wiremold 5748 or equivalents. Minimum depth required is 1 ¾”.
The contractor shall furnish and install Cornell Bedside Stations Model B-111/EP as indicated on the plans. The stations shall be equipped with (1) 20-pin socket for use with CORNELL Pendant-Style Call Cords, with red LED call placed indicators, and with cancel switches. Removal of bedside cord plug shall appear as a call on the annunciator panel. Satin-finish stainless steel faceplates shall have silk-screened designations clearly marked. Indicator voltage shall be 24 volts DC. Wall boxes shall be standard outlet boxes with single-gang covers.
- Power Requirements: 24VDC
- Operating Environment: 50-120°F Indoor Non-condensing
- Physical Faceplate Dimensions (standard 1G Size): 4 ½ ”H x 2 ¾ ”W
- Mounting: Single-Gang back box with 1¾” minimum depth
- Wiring: #18 AWG Minimum
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