Cornell 4800V Call Station Area Rescue Refuge


The Cornell 4800A Area of refuge is designed to provide fully supervised, two-way voice communication

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  • The Cornell 4800V Call Station is a component of the 4800 Cornell Area Rescue Refuge, which is ideal for clinics, hospitals, surgery centers, and other healthcare facilities. When the 1 ½” red mushroom button is pressed, a call is sent to the Control Panel. If the call is not answered by the predetermined amount of time, the 8400V will automatically call the preprogrammed emergency number. An indicator lights up to let the patient know when a call has been received. The 4800V has the capacity to hold up to 255 call stations.

    The 4800V supplies an auxiliary set of momentary “C” contacts which can activate external devices such as tone, camera, and strobe devices. The 4800V requires a power of 24 VDC and should be operated in a 50-120°F indoor environment. The 4 ½ ”H x 4 ½ ”W faceplate must be mounted in a 4” Masonry Box, Raco #696 or equal. In order to connect the 4800V to a Control Panel, an RJ45 connector and CAT5e cable are required. The wiring requirements for the Cornell 4800V include a standard straight-thru TIA/EIA 568A or TIA/EIA 568 B.2.

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