The Wireless Emergency Push/Pull Shower Stations shall be shall be Alpha Communications® AlphaEcall™ 200 series model WES537, or approved equal. Operation of emergency signals shall be accomplished by a short pull on the nylon cord or by pulling / pushing down on the Red lever marked 'EMERGENCY".
The Red "CALL PLACED" L.E.D. indicator shall light to assure the resident that the call has been placed. Switching mechanism shall consist of a reliable DPDT reed switch. The WES537 shall be used in conjunction with the WSM537 wireless support module.
All electronic components needed for these features shall be mounted on a printed circuit board and all station components shall be mounted an a rugged ABS plastic faceplate. The station(s) shall be installed in a single gang ring with square box. Plug-in connectors shall be provided for connections. Station shall be supplied with a rubber gasket.
Contractor shall observe all local and national electrical and building codes.
The Alpha Communications® WES537 Emergency Station may be used in any location where activation of an emergency signal is required. All electronic components are mounted on a circuit board. The WES537 features a built-in Red (flashing) LED, and 6 foot nylon pull cord.
Due to the flexibility of its design, it may be used as a PULL CORD EMERGENCY STATION, OR a PUSH TYPE EMERGENCY STATION. The pull cord supplied may be used for emergency call activation or if so desired, the LARGE RED push/pull down lever may be used.
The WES537 is used primarily with the WSM537 Wireless Support Module on the AlphaEcall™ 200 series wireless emergency-call system(s), but can be used and is backwards compatible with some older systems as well, as well as the AlphaEntry™ series (v5.5 or later).
Height: 4.50" (114mm)
Width: 2.75" (69mm)
Depth: 1.75" (44mm)
Projects: 0.44" (11mm) from mounting surface (less IH5S27 back box)
||Surface mounts (along with the WSM537 support module) using the IHS527 surface back box
||Flame retardant type ABS plastic faceplate. Switches and electronic components are circuit board mounted.