WC7604: Pull Cord, BESA, ABS

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Features

  • Additional alarm call point with reassurance LED
  • Activation delay to reduce risk of accidental calls
  • Alarm activated reassurance LED
  • Can be looped together to cover additional areas
  • 3000mm pull cord with two pull handles for high‑level and low‑level operation

Our Warden Call Range

Folknoll offer a range of warden call equipment to provide peace of mind to occupants of warden‑controlled care homes and sheltered accommodation.

WC7604, Pull Cord, BESA, ABS White

Our WC7604 Ceiling Pull Cord provides additional alarm call points for warden call systems, making it easier for residents and staff to summon assistance.

When the cord is pulled an alarm is activated. The integral reassurance LED is illuminated and the Wardens Hand Units alert staff by generating alarm tones and displaying messages. Depending on the site configuration additional beacons and sounders may also be activated.

To reduce the risk of accidental activation the cord must be pulled and held for at least 0.25 seconds

Pull cords can be looped together to cover additional areas, e.g. kitchens, ensuite bathrooms and toilets.

The unit is supplied with a 3000mm cord and two pull handles to allow alarm activation from two levels.

Specifications


Cord
3000mm cord with 2 pull handles
Power
Line powered
Enclosure
ABS, white
Dimensions
Diameter: 78mm, depth: 40mm (approx.)
Mounting
ceiling mounting, either on surface or in BESA box

Suitable for

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