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LEE DAN®COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
155 Adams Avenue, Hauppauge, New York, 11788-3699 USA
Phone: 800-231-1414 or 631-231-1414 Fax: 631-231-1498 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UL EMERGENCY PULL STATION
The SF340B (SF-340B) Emergency Station is for use in any location where activation of an emergency signal is required. All electronic components are mounted on a circuit board. The specially mounted LED is completely sealed in plastic.
Due to the flexibility of its design, the SF340B (SF-340B) may be used as a pull cord emergency station, a pull down activated emergency station, or a staff assist emergency call station. The pull cord supplied may be used for emergency call activation or, if desired, the large 1.1" (28 mm) red pull-down lever may be used.
Dome light and system annunciation vary according to the manner in which the SF340B (SF-340B) is connected.
UL® 1069 Listed
Simple and flexible operation
Call cancel at point of origin
Flame-retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic faceplate
1.1" (28 mm) wide pull-down lever
Dimensions: Height: 4.5" (114 mm)
Width: 2.8125" (72 mm)
Depth: 1.625" (41 mm)
Projects: 0.6875" (17 mm)
from mounting surface
(including pull-down lever)Construction: Flame-retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic
faceplate. Switch and electronic
components are circuit board mounted.
Connections: Plug-in connectors.Housing: Single gang ring (IH357) with square box (IH358), or exact equal.
Tek-CARE® NC300II Nurse Call System
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Architects' & Engineers' Specifications:
Emergency station shall be TekTone® SF340B (SF-340B) or approved equal as supplied by LEE DAN®. Operation of emergency signals shall be accomplished by a short pull on the nylon cord or by pulling down on the red lever marked EMERGENCY. The red call-placed LED indicator shall flash to assure the patient that the call has been placed. Switching mechanism shall consist of a reliable DPDT switch.
The SF340B (340B) shall be UL® 1069 Listed.
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December 2, 2011