DT7520.21: Disabled Toilet Alarm Beacon Call Point, Vertical, Stainless

Features

  • Combined beacon and call point.

  • 20mm LED beacon.

  • Vandal resistant call button.

  • Activation delay.

  • Stainless steel faceplate.

  • Can be flush or surface mounted in 35mm double gang back box (not supplied).

  • Anti‑tamper fixings available.

About our Disabled Toilet Alarm Beacon Call Point, Vertical, Stainless

Our vandal resistant disabled toilet alarm range offers tough, cost‑effective, BS 8300:2009 compliant systems suitable for public use. We supply stand‑alone toilet alarms, multiple toilet systems with remote monitoring and combined systems with disabled refuge EVC, fire telephone, building alarms, etc. Interfaces for BMS and transmission over IP are also available. Ideal for shops, offices, hotels, factories and similar locations.

Our beacon call points combine the functions of alarm beacon, and call point into a single unit.

These units are usually installed inside toilets to enable users to call for assistance.

The call button must be held for at least 0.25 seconds to reduce the risk of an accidental alarm reset.

The faceplate is made from brushed finish stainless steel and annotated in black with the word CALL. Other finishes and alternative annotation are available on request.

These units can be mounted in double gang 35mm flush or surface mount back boxes (not supplied).

Specifications

Faceplate
Stainless steel, brushed finish, black annotation
Mounting
35mm double gang back box (not supplied)
Dimensions
Width: 86mm, height: 86mm, depth: < 35mm (approx.)
Power
Line powered

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