Patient or resident rooms

Room terminal Plus

The room terminal is the central operating unit for patient or resident rooms. Large buttons serve to mark the presence of care personnel and doctors and to trigger calls and emergency calls. An integrated dot matrix display with background lighting shows the most important information. The intercom function is realised using the separately available Plus intercom module.

Intercom module Plus

The intercom module Plus is used to implement the voice function of the nurse call system Plus. The full duplex function allows both parties to speak at the same time. The intercom module Plus can be connected to call and switch-off buttons with an ancillary plug contact. To guarantee the voice capability of the devices mentioned above, the room must be equipped with either a room terminal or a duty room terminal.

Room module with call and presence button Plus

The room module with call and presence buttons can be used instead of a room terminal for rooms without a voice function. It then takes on the same monitoring functions as the room terminal.

Call button Plus

The call button Plus is equipped with a red button. It is used to trigger calls and contains a red LED as a location/reassurance light.

Call button with ancillary plug contact Plus

The call button with ancillary plug contact Plus is equipped with a
red button. It is used to trigger calls and contains a red LED as a location/reassurance light. The ancillary plug contact is used to connect pear buttons, patient hand-held devices with voice function or wireless sets.

Call button with ancillary plug contact and diagnostic jack Plus

The call button with ancillary plug contact and diagnostic jack Plus is equipped with a red button. It is used to trigger calls and contains a red LED as a location/reassurance light. The ancillary plug contact is used to connect pear buttons, patient hand-held devices with voice function or wireless sets. Medical devices can be connected to trigger a diagnostic call via the diagnostic jack.

Plus call and switch-off button with ancillary plug contact and diagnostic jack

The call and switch-off button Plus is equipped with one red and one green button. The red button is used to trigger calls, and the green one is used to cancel them. The ancillary plug contact is used to connect pear buttons, patient hand-held devices with voice function or wireless sets. Medical devices can be connected to trigger a diagnostic call via the diagnostic jack.

Presence button Plus

The presence button Plus is available with one button each in green or yellow or with two buttons in green and yellow. Presence is indicated by care personnel using the green or yellow button. This prepares an emergency call and enables acoustic call forwarding.

Doctor alert button Plus

The doctor alert button Blue features a blue button that calls a doctor for assistance. It contains a red LED as a location/reassurance light.

Pear button

The pear button is a patient control device with call triggering and location light or reassurance light. After a call/emergency call is triggered, the reassurance light becomes brighter. It is connected to a call button with an ancillary plug contact using a 2 m long connection cable and the 8-pole plug.

Patient hand-held device with voice function

The patient hand-held device is used for triggering calls, discreet communication and switching connected light sources. Calls/emergency calls are triggered using the red button. Discreet communication using the hand-held device is enabled once the red button has been pressed. The patient hand-held device with voice function also has two yellow light buttons that enable control of two separate light sources.

Wireless sets

The wireless sets are made up of a mobile transmitter for triggering calls and a receiver with an 8-pole plug contact, which is suitable for connection to an ancillary plug contact

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