Emergency Communication System Overview
4200 Analog Emergency Communication System Area of Rescue - Emergency Communication System Overview
The Cornell Series 4200 Audio/Visual area of refuge system* uses a public telephone line for voice communication. In an emergency, the caller simply pushes the call statin button. Personnel at the call station can then speak with the caller. The system’s simplicity of use is particularly helpful in stressful, emergency situations.
This system offers different designs for a range of applications and is designed to resist vandalism and to prevent false alarms. As a world leader in emergency call system technology, Cornell Communications is committed to developing reliable emergency communications systems and helping hospitals, nursing homes and public buildings maintain compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires a Rescue Assistance System in all newly constructed multi-story commercial buildings and public accommodations.
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