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Refuge Call System

Refuge call/ telephone System is designed to meet the demand for BS 5839 Part 9 compliant disabled refuge, fire telephone and stadium marshaling systems. Current Building Regulations insist all new non-domestic buildings with more than one storey provide 'refuge' areas – safe places where people who cannot easily use fire escapes and evacuation lifts can call for assistance and wait until help arrives. Latest effective two-way communication in these areas to assist rescue teams in determining where assistance is required and to reassure people help is on the way. 16-128 line Refuge Call System for emergency voice communication system is ideal for use in all medium-to-large sized disabled refuge or fire telephone applications fully comply the requirements of BS 5839 part 9 when correctly installed.

Ou Px100Central operator voice communication system, desktop unit starting form 32 line to 128 lines. Our CCU master controllers and SCU expansion controllers are ideal for larger projects. Utilizing the same Type A and Type B outstations as 'Compact' system, each CCU requires an ECU dial unit and multiple LC2 or LC3 line cards allowing operators to communicate with the system's outstations at the touch of a button. Optional voice message cards are also available.

Our Refuge master controllers starts from 4 to 16 line 'Compact' system comprises two wall-mounting master controllers (the CCU-16 and the ECU-16 which can handle 16 and 16 extension lines) as an sixteen-line expansion unit (the ECU-16). Typically located in a building's control room or fire services access point, the CCU-16 and ECU-16 allow emergency personnel to communicate via a telephone-style handset with the system's 'outstations'.

Can be connected to an SCU-16 controller to increase its line capacity 16 lines respectively. Can be semi-flush mounted using an AFP385 bezel. Easily interfaced to accessible toilet alarms, PDA audio-frequency induction loop systems, strobes, CCTV activation relays, etc.

Os Px100'Type B' intercom style outstations offer true hands-free duplex speech to allow anyone in a refuge area to communicate with building control at the touch of a button. Attractively finished in green steel or stainless steel, they includes connections for an optional induction loop system and a general-purpose relay output that closes on activation of the unit. Flush, surface and weatherproof versions are available. Connect to central control equipment using two cores of 1.5mm sq. enhanced fire rated cable.

Ft Px100'Type A' telephone-style outstations are used in emergency evacuation applications. Comprising a telephone handset in a push-to-open or lockable red steel cabinet, they are typically located at entrances and fire-fighting lobbies to allow communicate with building control during an emergency. Connect to  central control equipment using two cores of 1.5mm sq. enhanced fire rated cable.