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Bedside Station with Two Jacks, Two Call Placed Lights and Cancel Button
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Bedside Station with Double Jack, Call Placed Light and Cancel Button
The B-122 double-jack bedside station is used to increase communication between patients and caregivers. Hospices, assisted living centers and nursing homes everywhere utilize these important nurse call systems to increase communication and staff response times. The easy-to-use nurse call pull cord is for residents to alert caregivers when they are in need of assistance. Healthcare staff is alerted by a flashing light and alarm at their Annunciator station when the patient pulls the emergency cord. The cancel button on the nurse call system is available for when residents no longer need help from care staff.
Integrate the Cornell B-122 Emergency Pull Cord Station into your facility to streamline communication and keep residents safe.
B-121 Single Jack, Pull Cord Station
Single-System Annunciator Panel
UL-Listed Cornell Bedside Station (B-122) is equipped with two jacks for use with Cornell Call Cords. Red LED’s indicate calls placed, calls can easily be cancelled at the touch of a button. Removal of call cord plug from station indicates a call at the system’s Annunciator panel.
Removal of call cord plug from station triggers a call at the system’s annunciator panel. Red LED light flashes indicating call has been placed; call may be cancelled by pressing the designated button.
The satin-finish stainless steel faceplates may be flush mounted on standard outlet boxes with single gang rings. The plate may also be surface mount with Wiremold 5748 or equivalents. Total depth required is 1 ¾”
The contractor shall furnish and install Cornell Bedside Stations as indicated on the plans. The stations shall be equipped with 2 jacks for use with Cornell Bed Cords or with push buttons, and with red LED call placed indicators and 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 designation clearly marked. Indicator voltage shall be 24 volts DC. Wall boxes shall be standard outlet boxes with single- or double-gang covers.
- Power Requirements: 24 VDC
- Operating Environment: 50-120oF Indoor, Non-Condensing
- Physical Faceplate Dimensions: 4 ½” H x 2 ¾” W (Standard 1 gang)
- Mounting: Single-gang back box with 1 ¾” minimum depth
- Wiring: #22 AWG Minimum