3002NC NURSE CALL TRANSMITTER
The 3002NC transmitter has been designed to work in conjunction with the MCR call processor or the NHS7000 alarm receivers. Each 3002NC is capable of transmitting three possible priority codes, (plus low battery & faulty lead warnings) as well as its own identity number.
These three conditions are:
PATIENT (used by patient) Displayed as P??? with a slow single tone
ASSISTANCE (used by staff) Displayed as A??? with a rapid single tone
EMERGENCY (used by staff) Displayed as E??? with a rapid two tone
RESET (used by staff)
The red L.E.D will light whenever the 3002NC is in the alarm condition.
This can be reset by use of the reset switch.
Whenever the 3002NC is transmitting the green L.E.D will light.
Each alarm condition has a priority level.
EMERGENCY is the highest
PATIENT is the lowest
If a patient call is all ready in system and an emergency code is transmitted, the emergency code will become the top call.
The PATIENT code is activated by use of the (pear push) or (pull cord). Once this has been activated, the red L.E.D will light, and the 3002NC will transmit a patient code which is repeated every 2 minutes until it is cancelled by use of the RESET switch, which will switch off the red L.E.D and remove the patient call from the MCR alarm receiver.
NOTE: If the pear push lead is removed or broken the 3002NC will transmit a patient code ,this can be reset but only the assistance & emergency buttons will be usable also a warning tone will sound and the letter F will be displayed with the unit number to indicate a faulty lead.This fault code will be overwritten by any of the alarm conditions.
The ASSISTANCE code is activated by the use of the green assistance switch on the front of the 3002NC. Once this has been activated, the red L.E.D will light and the 3002NC will transmit an assistance code. This code will be repeated every 2 minutes until it is cancelled by the use the RESET switch.
The EMERGENCY code is activated by the use of the red emergency switch on the front of the 3002NC. Once this has been activated, the red L.E.D will light and the 3002NC will transmit an emergency code. This code will be repeated every 2 minutes until it is cancelled by the use the RESET switch.
The RESET code is activated by use of the black RESET switch.
LOW BATTERY MONITOR
Once the battery voltage drops below the desired level, a low battery code will be transmitted to the MCR call processor this will be displayed as L??? where ??? is the identity of the transmitter. The low battery code can only be removed from the MCR call processor by replacing the battery in the 3002NC transmitter and then transmitting a good code to the MCR call processor. This low battery code will be overwritten by any of the alarm conditions.
11 Basildon Business Centre
Essex SS14 3FT
Tele:01268 289235 Fax: 01268 270315
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