Disabled Refuge Master, Compact, 5-Way

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Part Number

  • RA7805.01: Master, Compact, 5-Way

Features

  • Complete control system and master station for up to 5 outstations
  • Can be combined with fire telephone, disabled toilet alarm, etc.
  • Keyed enable switch to prevent unauthorised operation / nuisance calls
  • Master station controls, speaker, microphone
  • Adjustable audio output for noisy environments (80 dB)
  • Audio path fault, mains fault monitoring
  • I/O for BMS or other external systems (including remote enable)
  • Optional network interface
  • Matches standard fire panel size and quality.
  • Room for termination of fire resistant cables
  • Surface or semi-flush mount options

Description

Folknoll's vandal resistant, BS 5839‑9:2011 compliant, disabled refuge EVC system offers cost-effective solutions for shops, offices, hotels and other public spaces.

The RA7805.01 is a complete control system and master station for up to 5 disabled refuge outstations. The front panel houses the master station complete with LCD status display, control buttons, built-in speaker and microphone. The enclosure houses the controller, PSU, standby batteries and has plenty of room for the termination of fire resistant cables.

Only one compact master station with a mains supply and outstations (with cabling) are required for a complete BS 5839‑9:2011 compliant disabled refuge system.

The master station speaker volume and microphone gain are adjustable to suit the operating environment with a maximum output of 80 dB for noisy areas. The operator panel can be disabled by means of a keyed switch, preventing unauthorised access and reducing nuisance calls. In emergency the panel can be automatically enabled by remote systems (e.g. fire alarm / BMS).

The compact system master station is designed to match standard fire panel size and quality. The enclosure is made from grey painted mild steel and is annotated in black. A refuge area label and simplified operating instructions are mounted behind windows in the front panel to aid operators.

The front panel windows can be replaced by additional controls and LCD displays allowing integration with fire telephone, disabled toilet alarm and other systems.