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PACIFIC ELECTRONICS TONE VISUAL NURSE CALL SYSTEMS
FORMERLY AUTH-FLORENCE - NC-9100 PULLCORD EMERGENCY STATION NPC/ NPC-WR




NPC / NPC-WR
Pacific Electronics NPC/NPC-WR Pull Cord Emergency Stations are used in the NC-9100 Nurse Call System to provide a means of registering an emergency call from a bath or similar location to the master communication console.

Operation
When the cord on the emergency station is pulled, the following indicators flash: The red Call Placed LED on the emergency station, the red Call In LED on the duty stations, the dome the zone lamps and the room Call Placed LED, is on the annunciator. At the same time on-off audible tones are outputted at the annunciator and duty stations. The emergency station is equipped with a red
Call Placed LED to assure the patient that his or her call has been placed. Emergency calls can be canceled only by resetting the slide
switch on the originating station, assuring the patient of immediate prompt personal response. Emergency calls have higher priority than normal calls. Initiation of an emergency call will override normal calls in the system annunciation at annunciator and duty stations.

SPECIFICATIONS
Front Plate:Plastic plate, 1 gang and screened “Pull For Help”. The NPC-WR Pull Cord Emergency Station contains a water resistant gasket.

Control: Alternate action pull cord slide switch

Cord: 6 ft. with plastic end bell.

LED: Red for call placed.

Termination: Color coded wire leads.

Mounting: Single gang electric back box. Minimum depth 2”.

 

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