The Corridor Light is typically located outside of patient and staff areas to provide a visual indication of calls originating from the bedside, bath/emergency, and code stations as well as service requirements and staff presence. The Corridor Light supports up to sixteen (16) call-in stations; three (3) of which can have audio capability. The Corridor Light has unique RGB LEDs to provide a high-visibility annunciation of patient calls. The colors, patterns, and flash rates of the LEDs are fully programmable, such as all segments blue for a code blue or strobe the sections of the light in any color pattern. All four segments of corridor light can indicate a call in any of the following 7 colors: White, Blue, Red, Green, Orange, Yellow, and Pink.
The LEDs also provide long life, low maintenance, and low
power consumption. The corridor light comes equipped with
three (3) module status LEDs, visible to service personnel
when removed from the mounting plate, for troubleshooting
units that are not functioning properly. One status light can
be viewed from a mounted position during the initial start-up
time period. The mounting plate conveniently fits a variety
of single and dual gang back-boxes. The Corridor Light is
continuously supervised for both power and data signal.
Corridor lights may be hot-swapped on the room-to-room
communication line without the loss of communications to
other devices on the local network.
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