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Toilet Alarm Monitoring

Disabled Toilet Alar System allows a distressed person to raise an alarm in the event of an emergency. To operate, the user simply press a button or pulls the cord of a ceiling pull unit to activate a light and sounder outside the WC. Alarm can be send central monitoring. Battery backup plus alarm running time in the even of mains failure. Available in both plastic and brushed stainless steel to suit any application from single zone to multi-zone, Conventional, Addressable and IP versions with Software monitoring.Attractively designed, easy to install and simple to use.

In compliance with the federal law number 29 for 2006 regarding Disabled People Rights, all health & public facilities shall be made accessible to accommodate disabled individuals including emergency help supports (Disabled Toilet Alarm) and instructed by DHA, In clause 40.

Addressable Toilet Alarm System

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Addressble Disabled Toilet Alarm System

 Addressble Disabled Toilet Alarm System is designed on latest technilogy to meet Multiple Alarm Monitoring with height standard and various other care standards. It can be single system for single toilets or site-wide systems with multiple monitoring stations, central control stations, BMS interfaces etc. Individual alarms can be grouped and monitored locally and/or from a central monitoring stations. All systems are battery backed for peace of mind during power outages.

Disabled toilet alarm kits

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Disabled Toilet Alarm kits

Disabled toilet alarm kits, Conventional Accessible Toilet Alarm Kit to BS8300. Disabled toilet alarm includes everything required for ADA/BS8300 clause compliant emergency assistance alarm. Attractively designed and easy to install the NC951 allows a distressed person to raise an alarm in the event of an emergency.

To operate the user pulls the cord of a ceiling pull cord to activate a light and sounder outside the WC and on the system’s call controller. A new “Call Accept” facility allows staff to send an intermittent call acknowledgement signal to the WC to confirm help is on the way.

The NC951 can be wired in to 4 core stranded security cable but can also be used as a single zone emergency assistance alarm in areas such as changing rooms, solariums, interview rooms, reception areas and more.

Centralized Toilet Alarm System

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Central Disabled Toilet Alarm System

Central Disabled Toilet Alarm is designed on latest technilogy to meet Multiple Alarm Monitoring with height standard and various other care standards. It can be single system for single toilets or site-wide systems with multiple monitoring stations, central control stations, BMS interfaces etc. Individual alarms can be grouped and monitored locally and/or from a central monitoring stations. All systems are battery backed for peace of mind during power outages.

Multizone Toilet Alarm System

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Multizone Disabled Toilet Alarm System

Multizone Disabled Toilet Alarm is designed on latest technilogy to meet Multiple Alarm Monitoring with height standard and various other care standards. It can be single system for single toilets or site-wide systems with multiple monitoring stations, central control stations, BMS interfaces etc. Individual alarms can be grouped and monitored locally and/or from a central monitoring stations. All systems are battery backed for peace of mind during power outages.

IP Toilet Alarm System

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IP Toilet Alarm System

IP Disabled Toilet Alarm includes everything required for ADA or BS8300 disabled act to compliant emergency assistance alarm. XTEC IP DTA system available plastic and Stainless steel version. This IP DTA design to install for 1-toilets to 250 toilets in a single network/server having options for (i) Real-time monitoring (ii) Alarm Accept (iii) Alarm MAP (iv) SMS (v) alarm pop-up (vi) Full Alarm report (xls) (vii) alarm statistic and many more. Attractively designed and easy to install and almost plug-play system as connect DTA devices, plug-in into Network and start monitoring in Alarm Monitoring software.

Stand Alone Disabled Toilet Alarm System

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Stand Alone Disabled Toilet Alarm System

Conventional Stand Alone Accessible Toilet Alarm Kit to BS8300

stand alone disabled toilet alarm system sets or Kit includes everything required for ADA/BS8300 clause compliant emergency assistance alarm. Attractively designed and easy to install as system allows a distressed person to raise an alarm in the event of an emergency.

Wireless Toilet Alarm System

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Wireless Disabled Toilet Alarm System

Wireless Disabled Toilet Alarm System is fully battery or mains powered wireless devices that meets the requirements for disabled compliant acts both BS8300 and ADA. This wireless system has a mains powered controller and battery powered ancillary items which do not required any cable connection between as designed for easy & quick installation. On activation will send an alert to gain immediate help in an emergency, and is designed to meet the worldwide regulation and need and desire to better serve disabled people. The main use of public facilities by the disabled, and has applications in hospitals, elderly homes, schools, factories, restaurants, hotels, and any other facility where disabled peoples have access and required help.