Code-Blue Pull/Push Station
Call Placed LED. Requires Single-Gang Electrical Box.
Manuals & Diagrams
Architects & Engineer's Specs
The Code Call / Code Blue Push/Pull Stations shall be shall be Alpha Communications® AlphaLinQ™ 100 series model EPS156, or approved equal. Operation of emergency signals shall be accomplished by a short pull on the (optional model CA015K nylon cord or CA016K TPU plastic cord) or by pulling / pushing down on the Blue lever marked 'CODE'.
The Red "CALL PLACED" L.E.D. indicator shall flash to assure the patient that the call has been placed. Switching mechanism shall consist of a reliable DPDT switch. The EPS156 shall be used in conjunction with a AC153 third priority control unit, to provide a separate and distinct flash and tone rate. The EPS156 is not a 'supervised' code call station.
The Red "CALL PLACED" L.E.D. indicator shall flash to assure the patient that the call has been placed. Switching mechanism shall consist of a reliable DPDT switch.
The EPS156 is not designed to be used in wet or damp environments.
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. The EPS156 shall be UL® 1069 Listed to the latest standards.
Contractor shall observe all local and national electrical and building codes.