Installation / Wiring Diagrams

Rescue Assistance

Basic Wiring Diagrams

Our 4200 Analog Emergency Communication System* is a crucial security component used in multi-story commercial buildings. Area of rescue assistance products are mandated by law to provide safety to people with disabilities. Use our Series 4200 systems to enable easy communication in unsafe situations. With just one click of a button, call for help through the annunciator system. This innovation eliminates the need to speak in person or through wired devices. Designed with advanced technology, our product manuals and documents enable easy operation and assembly. This electrical wiring diagram specification manual contains instructions and diagrams on assembling your 4200 Analog Emergency Communication System. Contact Cornell for area of rescue system installation assistance.

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4100 Visual Wiring Diagrams (Discontinued)

4200 Audio Wiring Diagrams

4200-28 Zones and Up

*Replacement parts and signage available. The 4800 Area of Rescue Assistance System is an updated version allowing two-way communication.Contact a Cornell representative for assistance.

Nurse/Emergency Call

Designed for a wide variety of solutions to keep people safe anywhere they go

ADA Rescue Assistance

For emergency evacuation of multistory buildings & campus/parking lot security

Building Perimeter Security

Control unauthorized access/egress & contain wandering residents
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Cornell Communications for Emergency & senior living facilities
7915 North 81st St. Milwaukee WI 53223

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