The master station shall provide for handset or loudspeaker communication with patients and staff. Function buttons (with and without LEDs) shall be provided to initiate talk, reset operation, staff emergency request, nurse/aide request, paging operations, and nursefollower operations. Additional buttons for menu-driven programmable functions shall include monitor, capture and room priority programming.
The NC305LCD master station shall also provide an integrated backlit COLOR LCD VGA Display with 10.4" viewing area to display call activity and menu selections. A fully isolated serial port shall be available for connection to ancillary devices. The user shall be able to access system programming via keys on membrane keypad or a keyboard connected to a USB port on the master station. The master station shall be equipped with an integral handset, volume up and down control, color-keyed function buttons, tone-off button, call LED, busy LED, CE fault LED, 2.5" speaker, and electrostatic microphone. The master station shall also include a 12-button digital keypad for entry of station numbers, zone and station assignments; and for selection of menu functions. All buttons shall also switch to alpha character operation by depressing the switch marked ALPHA. Alpha-character operation shall allow for alphanumeric room numbering, room labeling, and calling of rooms so designated.
All switches shall be of spill-resistant membrane switch design. The station housing shall be high-impact, flame retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic and shall be desk mounted. The master station shall be UL® 1069 listed.
|Dimensions:||Console: 13.2" × 9" × 5.5" (335mm × 229mm × 140mm)
|Capacity:||Address up to 512 single or dual patient stations in up to 16 zones|
|Environments:||Relative humidity should not exceed 80%
|System Protection:||All outputs are protected by self-resettin current-limiting devices
|Current Requirements:||0.75A @ 16VAC