The Emergency Call switch(es) shall be Alpha Communications® / TekTone model SF117/2C, SF117/4C or approved equal with pull cord operated switch, mounted on a durable ABS plastic faceplate marked "EMERGENCY". Signaling for assistance shall only require a short pull in any direction on the 6' nylon cord. Canceling the call shall be possible only at the point of origin. Unit shall mount on single-gang electric "gem" box or plaster ring. The Emergency Call switch may be used with 'stand-alone' low-voltage emergency systems, or the CM800 series annunciator(s).
Contractor shall observe all local and national electrical and building codes.
The Alpha Communications® / TekTone SF117/XC Emergency Switch is available in two models and features a rugged, long-life, positive-acting switch mounted on a durable ABS plastic faceplate. Signaling an emergency requires just a short pull on the 6' long nylon cord, in any direction. The signal cannot be canceled except at the point of origin.
The SF117/2C provides two circuits to operate 1-2 signaling devices, such as a remote annunciator lamp, and a corridor dome lamp. The SF117/4C provides two additional signaling circuits to operate additional options such as floor bell(s) and individual apartment electric door openers, as needed. Both models feature a rugged, long-life, positive-acting switch mounted on a flame retardant type ABS plastic faceplate marked "EMERGENCY".
If a 'call placed' or 'call assurance' capability is required, we recommend that you use our SF118 series pull cords, which have a built-in Red L.E.D. 'call placed' indicator, or our SF117/2A, SF117/4A, SF119/2A and SF119/4A series pull cords with a built-in mechanical Red call placed indicator.
Height: 4.50" (114mm) (less cord)
Width: 2.75" (70mm)
Depth: 1.50" (38mm) (into wall)
||White ABS plastic.
||SF117/2C - 2PDT; SF117/4C - 4PDT
||125V, 3A(AC) / 5A(DC)
||Pigtail wire leads
||Standard single-gang electrical box
||"EMERGENCY" in Black Letters
||6 foot long (can be shortened in field), made of durable Nylon
Refer to typical system wiring diagram IL514 for more complete wiring information.
These switches are lowvoltage Class II type and should only be used for lowvoltage 'dry' applications