ARCHITECTS' AND ENGINEERS'
The master (main) occupant help station(s) (OHS)
shall be Alpha Communications®/Tektone IR345C
or approved equal. The IR345C shall include
solid-state LSI/microprocessor technology, a red
"CALL" indicator, a 6' long pull cord for "HELP"
call placement, a routine "CALL" push button and
a "CHECK-IN/RESET" push button.
All station components shall be housed in an attrac-
tive, flame retardant type ABS plastic panel. Plug-
in type connectors shall be used for electrical
Contractor shall observe all local and national
electrical and building codes.
Rev. 4 - 06/04
IR345C Occupant Help Station
The IR345C Occupant Help Station is for use with Alpha
Communications® HC345C Tek-Check-In™ System. It
provides emergency signaling and reliable two-way, hands-
free communication between the resident/patient and the
staff member at the system master station(s). Stations may be
programmed for privacy, paging and patient priority from
the master station.
Calling the master station is accomplished either by pulling
the 6' long "HELP" cord mounted on the panel or by
depressing the routine "CALL" button. Call-placed assur-
ance is indicated by the red indicator. The speaker-micro-
phone is sensitive enough to assure clear conversation even
with weak resident/patient inputs. Calls are canceled simply
by depressing the "RESET" button.
Check-in at the master station is accomplished by depressing
the "CHECK-IN" push button mounted on the station. This
removes the resident's apartment number from the "NCI"
(not-checked-in) column on the master station video moni-
tor (NC313 with NC314A).
• Emergency calling with "HELP" indication at the master station.
• Push button routine "CALL" and "CHECK-IN" operation
• Solid-state LSI/microprocessor controlled design.
• Attractive, flame retardant type ABS white plastic faceplate.
Projects: 0.38" (9.5mm)