Intercall 600 Nurse Call System
The Intercall 600 system is easy to install with a simple two-wire system and can be fitted to existing wiring. It is designed to be completely user-friendly for both staff and patients alike. What’s more, with five call levels, programmable text, call logging and the ability to incorporate up to 215 call points, the Intercall 600 system is one of the most comprehensive systems on the market.
Complete control: The Liquid Crystal Display units give clear textual indication of call priority, location and the identity of the caller, together with audible indication of the call type – giving the care manager total control over every situation that arises in the home or hospital.
Designed to give clear indication and alarm at every monitoring location. The unit features an LCD display with backlight, multi-level adjustable alarm, day/night volume control, ‘priority’ alarm tone for specific call locations, configuration menus and an output which can be connected to trigger external equipment. All displays work identically but can be configured on-site to operate independently.
A call point is needed for every individual call location on the system. Every unit features five levels of call, multi-colour re-assurance LED alerts and a ‘call follower’ sounder. The jack socket accepts inputs from a wide range of triggering devices such as pear leads, pressure mats and portable radio triggers. A magnetic reset option is also available (order code L622M) which only allows the reset function to be activated by the use of a magnetic key.
Specifically developed to give alarms from bathrooms and toilets. The unit is ceiling mounted and features a floor length cord terminated with two easy to use G loops. It also incorporates twin integral reassurance indicators, which flash to confirm a call has been generated.
If you need to protect fire doors, entrance & exit doors or other sensitive areas, the L733 is the ideal solution. The unit is controlled with a key token, which performs all functions when brought near the token detection area on the front panel. The unit also features an integral 20-second exit timer with audible bleep and mode jumper to prevent sensitive or dangerous exit doors being permanently left open.
These are normally positioned above doors in a corridor to indicate the status of the call point(s) within each room. The L746 can also be used to monitor several call points for end of corridor indication, or as a “follow me” light. Each unit is fitted with twin ultra-bright LED’s which mimic the reassurance indicator on the call points. Also available with an integral sounder alarm (L746S).
Slave Call Point
Designed for use in one room or ward where each individual bed doesn’t need a separate identity on the call system. The unit features a call button, pear lead jack socket and re-assurance indicator. Units must be connected to a standard call point or room controller to generate the call identity and to provide the reset. Slave call points can only generate a standard call from either the call button or pear lead socket.
If you need an audible alarm to attract attention, but don’t need an indication of the call location, the L714 is the simple solution. The sounder is similar in operation to a display unit with a multi level alarm, but has limited zoning facilities. Any assistance or emergency call on the system will over-ride the standard call tone. A built-in relay provides normally open and normally closed ‘dry’ contacts, which can be used to trigger auxiliary devices.
Designed to be worn by residents or staff and enables calls to be generated remotely from the call point. This is ideal in lounges or common rooms where each resident can be given a trigger to allow access to the call system. The TIR4 requires an infra red enabled call point to operate (such as an L722 or an L752). When using the TIR4 with an integral 700 system, it is possible to identify the call location and the individual caller.
CMS - Call Management Software
If you need to record and store all Intercall system activity on your personal computer, the CMS Lite Call Management software is the ideal solution. It gives you immediate access to the call history of a resident, so you can maintain more accurate and timely control of your entire care home. Staff pagers can also be controlled from your computer, allowing free text messages to be sent to individual pagers.
If you need to keep a permanent printed record of all system activity together with date and time of any event, the L747 Universal Interface enables you to connect a wide range of printers and alphanumeric pagers. Pagers can be configured to display calls made on the system as they would appear on the display unit, which means that staff can carry on with their work without having to worry about missing calls. Pagers can also be specially configured to only receive certain calls, or calls at specific times of the day.