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Nurse call lamp L series
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nurse call lamp
nurse call lamp
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Characteristics

Other characteristics
lighting, nurse call
Applications
medical
Light source
LED
Configuration
wall-mounted
Depth

3 in

Description

LED Corridor Dome Lights visually signal patient calls in corridors. With or without a sounder, nurse call light are mounted above (or next to) the doorway of each patient room. Installing domes at corridor intersections is a possibility as well. In this case, it will mark a zone of rooms. The call light system for nursing home produce a bright light and tone. These indicators, most importantly, are easily seen and heard at great distances and under high-ambient light. As a result, nurses and staff will quickly arrive at the source of a call. The corridor dome lights’ LEDs distinctly differentiate between normal and emergency calls. Therefore, establishing a positive identification of a patient’s priorities. All of the LED domes are UL® certified. STANDARD FEATURES OF NURSE CALL DOME LIGHT Translucent, wedge-shaped dome lens for maximum visibility. Seen in all directions and at great distances under high ambient lighting. Normal and emergency call signals clearly identify patient priorities. Long-life ultra-bright LEDs with vivid color indication 14V operation. Standard two-gang faceplate, ABS plastic. Nurse call dome light is available in one, two, three, and five LED versions. Pulsating sounder for emergency type calls (optional). DIMENSIONS Faceplate…………4 1⁄2” H x 4 9/16” W Backbox…………..Steel City #72171 plus 72C18 2-gang adaptor *Note: Single domes are supplied with a middle barrier to intensify illumination.

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