For use as replacement for older 600 systems where 717 is not compatible.
The main power and control unit for the Intercall 600 system. It connects to the mains supply and incorporates full battery back up to safeguard the system in the event of a mains supply failure. It also stores the text programming information and can be used to configure the system by simply connecting a laptop computer. An alternative power supply unit is required for larger installations and is designed to increase the permitted number of units and quantity of cable allowed on one system.
Designed for larger homes and hospitals, the L748 features a large LED display unit that can be clearly seen and read from 5 metres away, so busy staff can easily see who is calling at a glance. Call information is clearly displayed in full alphanumeric text on the 16 character illuminated display and a built-in audible tone alerts staff to the call.
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol is the basic communication language or protocol of the internet. Information is broken down into small packets of all shapes and sizes and transmitted around the network or internet, which allows for data to be transferred quickly and efficiently between a variety of networks.
Via TCP/IP connection, Intercall's L7700 Power supply has the ability to link with many third party devices, such as IP DECT Phones, IP Message Pagers, PDA's, and front end GUI software.
The IP power supply comes complete with integral call logging.
Even the most severely handicapped people can have access to your call system with the BC1 Breath Switch. It operates in a similar way to the pear leads and the air switch above, by generating a standard call, and plugs into the jack on all Intercall call points. It is supplied with detachable mouth-pieces which can be sterilized.
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.
The FJB2 provides four 'spur' outputs from the network spine with each output incorporating an over current/voltage and reverse polarity protection device. A front panel mounted red/green LED indicates the condition of the internal fuses and continuously monitors the network data signals. Individual fuse failure LEDs are mounted on the reverse of the unit and in the event of cable fault, on one of the outputs, the 'spur' will be isolated without disbaling the entire cable network.
The Access Point is a simple, cost effective, wireless ID security system. Using Radio Frequency Identification technology (RFID), the Access Control Point allows hospitals and care facilities to control access to sensitive and restricted areas.
The Bathroom Pull Cord is ideal for hospitals, care homes and assisted living residences. The Pull Cord is paired to a central call point, providing the call address and reset function.
The Call Point Basic is our entry-level call point and ideal for use in most care environments, from larger hospitals to residential care homes. Its sleek, wall mounted design is simple to use. It is the perfect call assistance device for staff, patients or residents, whether positioned alongside the bed or in more general areas.
The Call Point Plus has all the functionality of our Call Point Standard, with the addition of a full duplex VoIP speech device. The Call Point Plus is ideal for use in most care environments, from larger hospitals to residential care homes and assisted living programmes. Its sleek, wall mounted design is simple to use and is the perfect call assistance device for staff, patients or residents, whether positioned behind the bed or in more general areas. The Call Point Plus allows staff, patients and residents to speak with each other through its VoIP intercom system, offering the instant reassurance of human interaction.