The Alpha Communications® / TekTone IR150SS (flush) and IR150SS/S (surface) Remote Call Stations may be used to provide efficient communications to the NC150R (and/or NC150N) Area of Rescue Master Control Station(s). IR150SS and/or IR150SS/S Remote Call Stations are located in areas of rescue assistance, to provide two-way hands-free communication to a central location from which help may be summoned. Calls are placed by pressing a large, 2.36" (60mm) mushroom style momentary pushbutton. Solid state indicators on the faceplate indicate when a call has been placed and when the intercom is in use.
Height: 5.00" (127mm)
||Durable Stainless Steel faceplate
||2.36" (60mm) diameter mushroom-style
||3.50" (89mm) with voice response
||Positive screw terminals (6)
||Flush mounting box (OH600) horizontal mount - steel - for IR150SS
Remote call station(s) shall be Alpha Communications® / TekTone IR150SS (flush mount) and/or IR150SS/S (surface mount) or approved equal. Station(s) shall provide a callplaced indicator, a 2.36" (60mm) mushroom-style call push button, a cancel button and an audio-on indicator. The station(s) shall include a 3.50" round speaker/microphone with voice response. All components of the station shall be mounted on a durable brushed Stainless Steel faceplate. Positive screw terminals shall be used for electrical connections. The IR150SS shall flush mount over a model OH600 back box (mounted horizontally). The IR150SS/S shall surface mount right on the surface of the wall, without the need for a back box. When used with the NC150R series system, contractor shall furnish and install a model RSN7049 instruction sign, adjacent to each IR150SS and/or IR150SS/S remote call station.
Contractor shall observe all local and national (and electrical (and A.D.A.) codes.
PLEASE NOTE: As of March 2009 the IR150SS and IR150SS/S Remote Call Stations no longer have black or red coloring within the engraved button labels (as shown above). During a review of the current ADA specifications, it was determined that the coloring was not required.