Category: Signal Systems

Cornell Rescue Assistance Systems (Series 4100 & 4200)

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The Cornell Rescue Assistance Systems, Series 4100 and 4200, are emergency alert and evacuation systems designed to enable persons with disabilities to summon evacuation assistance in multi-story commercial buildings and public accommodations. The Series 4100 consists of zone or floor calls stations (available in four, eight, 12, 16, 20, or 24 zone sets) and a central annunciator station which shows the status of each zone. The system is designed to accommodate an unlimited number of zone stations. To summon assistance, the user presses a button on the call station. A loud, clear tone is emitted and the zone indicator lights at the central station. When the call is acknowledged at the central station, a light and sound signal at the call station notifies the caller that the request for assistance has been heard. In the event that building power lines are faulted, a yellow indicator ligt and intermittent tone notify the central station. Once the emergency is resolved, the call stations are reset from the central station simply by pressing the acknowledge button a second time. The call stations and the central station are constructed of stainless steel and anodized aluminum with permanently silk-screened labels and designations. The 4200 Series incorporates features similar to those found in the 4100 series with voice communication between the call and central stations. The user depresses the call button to send the alarn and light signal for help, an action which also initiates voice communication. The caller need do nothing else to remain in voice communication. A one-time tone and lighted button indicate the alarm has been sent. At the central station, the operator depresses the appropriate zone button, activating a red alarm LED and a green voice LED. By depressing and releasing the talk button, the operator can maintain voice communication with the caller for as long as is required. When the emergency is resolved, the operator resets the system using a reset button. Wiring fault notification is also incorporated into the system. POWER: Uses standard building wiring and power. Transformer and battery backup power supply are also available. OPTIONS: A full range of finishes and materials to suit any decor are available at extra cost. DIMENSIONS (HxW): The central station panel for the 4100 Series ranges from 4.5 x 10 inches to 12.5 inches depending upon the number of zones monitored. The central station panel for the 4200 Series ranges from 11 x 10 inches to 20 x 18 inches.


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Cornell Rescue Assistance Systems (Series 4100 & 4200)

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Cornell Communications, Inc.
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Phone: 800-558-8957
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