Wireless call system for disabled RECS RC-11 + DoorBell Receiver is a convenient and professional solution for communication between disabled and service personnel. It does not require additional installation costs, has a high degree of water resistance IP55 and a wide range of operating temperatures from -30 to + 70 ° С, which allows it to work correctly outdoors, indoors and in rooms with high humidity.
The RECS RC-11 + DoorBell Receiver calling system consists of a lightweight call button on a lace and a compact, convenient receiver with bright blue backlighting and 4 volume levels. The range of the receiver reaches up to 100 meters from the call button.
The call button is completely sealed, powered by a two CR2016 batteries. It is designed for comfortable, long wearing on the neck of the patient, with the help of a lace with a plastic latch.The original receiver with blue backlight connects to a standard wall outlet in the staff room or in any other convenient place so that the medical personnel can always hear the call signal.
Ring tones are melodies. You can set a unique signal from 52 offered melodies. The volume of the signal is adjustable: there are 4 levels of volume from 0 to 110 dB.
The kit is very easy to install and configure, it does not require additional wires to connect. It's compact, stylish and reliable.
The electronic circuit of the device was developed by specialists of the RECS USA laboratory, based on an ATMEL microcontroller with a frequency synthesizer of 433.92 MHz and an output signal power of 10 mW. The receiver’s unique music processor contains 52 sound bites to sound the selected call signal.
How it works
The working principle of the kit is extremely simple. The patient has the call button. It can be placed by the bed or hang around patient's neck on a comfortable strap. The call button body is small and fits your hand comfortably. It's enough to gently touch the blue rubberized button for a call. If needed, the strap can be detached and separated from the button.
The receiver is located at the nurse's post, or next to the service personnel no more than 100 m away from the call button. To connect it, one can use a regular outlet. When one presses the blue call button, it gets highlighted from the inside and transmits the signal to receiver. At this moment, a blue frame lights up on the receiver around the front bell and the melody sounds. There is a selection button to install one of the 52 melodies on the left side of the receiver.
The signal volume can be adjusted by a separate button to one of 4 levels. Multiple call buttons can be connected to one receiver.