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Aiphone NH-2SA-AC Dual Patient Station with All Call Support for NHX Nurse Center System (White)

Aiphone NH-2SA-AC Dual Patient Station with All Call Support for NHX Nurse Center System (White)

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Aiphone NH-2SA-AC Dual Patient Station with All Call Support for NHX Nurse Center System (White)

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  • 1Description

The white NH-2SA-AC Dual Patient Station from Aiphone is a patient station with a pair of jacks for two bedside call cords (available separately). The patient station provides call annunciation and two way hands free communication with the master station. The cancel button allows the call to be reset at the patient station location.

The patient station can be wired to the NH-50AC adapter, which enables an announcement to be made from the master station to all the patient stations in the system simultaneously. In addition, it allows more than one patient station to share a corridor lamp (for example, in a room with a common bathroom and one corridor lamp outside the room).

The corridor lamp and bathroom pull cord (both available separately) for each room can be wired to the patient station, with all tone and light signaling and communication processed through the common trunkage wiring.

Operation

When the bedside call button is pressed, a routine call is registered at the master station, and the red CALL LED is lit on the patient station. When the call is answered at the master station, the green TALK LED is lit. The person at the patient station speaks hands free.

If the bedside call cord is pulled out of the jack, a fast call tone will be heard at the master station (and duty station), and the white corridor lamp will flash. The cord must be reinserted into the jack to reset the call.

Note: NHX system installed with this patient station does not carry the UL 1069 listing.

Hands free two-way communication
Compact, flush mount design
Jacks for two bedside call cords
Cancel button
Red Call LED indicator
Green Talk LED indicator
Common trunkage wiring
Can be wired to the NH-50AC adapter (available separately) for all call function
Bathroom pull cord and corridor lamp wire directly to patient station
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Aiphone NH-2SA-AC Dual Patient Station with All Call Support for NHX Nurse Center System (White)
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    For Use with Aiphone NHX Nurse Center System
    Power Source Provided by NHX-80X (available separately)
    Communication Output 100 mW @ 20 ohms
    Communication Press-to-talk, release-to-listen at master station, or handset (VOX)
    Capacity Standard System: Up to 50 stations
    Expanded System: Up to 80 stations

    All Call requires one of the station buttons to be used for All Call. Therefore, the standard system can have up to 49 stations, and the expanded system can have up to 79 stations.

    Signal-to-Noise Ratio >30 dB (transmit & receive)
    Frequency Response 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz
    Total Harmonic Distortion <3% (transmit & receive)
    Controls and Indicators Jacks for two bedside call cords (NHR-8A)
    Red CALL LED
    Green TALK LED
    Cancel button
    Speaker/microphone
    Wiring 3 twisted pair shielded low capacitance cable (12 pF/Ft) from NHX-80X
    With NHR-3A-4 Zone Indicator Light: 3 twisted pair + 1 common wire per zone
    Wiring Distance 165' to farthest patient station
    330' maximum trunkage line distance (per trunk), including length of trunk line, plus wire length t-tapped to each patient station from trunk line.
    Material of Construction High impact ABS fire-retardant plastic
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 4.5 x 4.6 x 1.8" (11.4 x 11.6 x 4.6 cm)

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