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SCP Slave Call Point

SCP Slave Call Point

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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 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.

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