The video monitor visually follows all incoming calls and the system's activities. Depending upon the system being used, up to sixteen calls may be displayed simultaneously with each call identified by room and bed number. Twelve different call priorities are indicated with code and emergency calls easily distinguished from routine calls. Nurse/aide-needed, nurse/aide-registered, and "STAT" staff emergency requests are also indicated. Calls waiting and overtime messages are provided as reminders that staff response is needed.
The 12" non-glare screen affords the operator clear visual indication of system activity. Video monitors may be desk, wall, or ceiling mounted. (Contact factory for mounting hardware if not desk mounted).
Video monitor shall be Alpha Communications® / TekTone NC310B or approved equal. Model NC310B shall be capable of visually tracking all NC300 (or HC345C) system activities, including display of all types and exact location of calls. All calls shall be displayed in standard English format. The video monitor shall be displayed in standard English format. The video monitor shall be standard monochrome type with composite video input, and minimum of 350 lines of resolution.
The monitor shall have a 12" amber or green screen (depending upon availability), power switch with indicator, and screen contrast control. One NC310B shall be required per NC303 Master Station, or primary master/secondary master station combination.
The NC310B shall be U.L. 1069 listed to the latest 4th Edition Standards.