Lexicomm EVCS

 

Type A Outstation

 

  • Compact stainless steel design (optional flush bezel)
  • High volume ringer and red LED call indicator.
  • Full duplex operation.
  • Integral telecoil for hearing impaired users.
  • IP rated and locking versions are available.

 

 

These are primarily for use by the fire services in high-rise buildings, to provide clear communications between the control point and the fire fighters, as radio systems may not work.

They are typically located in fire fighting lift lobbies, but may also be used by fire wardens, or by stewards and marshals in sports venues. The handset is fully monitored and robustly constructed.

Type B Outstation

 

  • Fits standard double Socket Back Box (86mm wide x 146mm tall).
  • Hands free full duplex operation
  • High volume ringer
  • Red status LEDs in Call Button
  • Green flashing Call Button for location
  • Flush or surface mount
  • Fully Monitored to BS5839-9:2011
  • Braille enhanced Call Button
  • Stainless Steel as standard

 

 

These are primarily used by the public in disabled refuge areas, which should be provided on or near all protected stairwells to allow the orderly evacuation of people requiring assistance.

Refuges are not just for wheelchair users, but for all people who may slow the egress of evacuees,    and typically refers to those who cannot walk 200m without stopping or aid.

The unit fits in a standard UK style double socket back-box and has a green flashing button  to attract attention, especially in low light environments.

 

 

ILB AFILS Outstation

 

  • Hands free full duplex operation
  • Integral Induction Loop (AFILS)
  • Red status LEDs in Call Button
  • Green flashing Call Button for location
  • Flush or surface mount
  • Fully Monitored to BS5839-9:2011
  • Braille enhanced Call Button
  • Stainless Steel as standard

 

The ViLX-ILB has been designed to meet the requirements for a type B outstation with an integral audio frequency induction loop (AFILS), the design has been optimised to produce the horizontal field as required by BS5839pt9:2011, overcoming the limitations traditionally associated with a wall mounted induction loop.

To aid location the unit has a high contrast design incorporating a highly visible Braille enhanced call button which flashes green in normal conditions, it flashes red when ringing and is solid red when a call is connected.

 

 

Combined Outstation

 

  • Compact stainless steel design with green halo (optional flush bezel)
  • High volume ringer and red LED call indicator.
  • Full duplex operation.
  • Only uses one exchange line

 

 

 

Combined Outstations are designed to be used where the disabled refuge area is within the fire fighting lift lobby of a building.

The refuge point is on the door front, and the fire fighting telephone is accessed by pushing the door. Picking up the telephone disables the refuge call point.

 

IPB Outstation

 

  • Compact design
  • Ringer and red LED call indicator.
  • Duplex operation.
  • Induction loop connection terminals.
  • IP 65 rated.

 

 

These are primarily used by the public in disabled refuge areas located in outdoor or wet locations, these should be provided on or near all protected stairwells to allow the orderly evacuation of people requiring assistance.

Refuges are not just for wheelchair users, but for all people who may slow the egress of evacuees,    and typically refers to those who cannot walk 200m without stopping or aid.

The unit is supplied in a 200x200x80mm IP65 enclosure with a front label meeting the signage requirements of Building Regulations Approved Document B Volume 2

 

ACA Outstation

 

  • Compact Design
  • BS8300 “Acknowledge” Feature
  • High volume sounder
  • Blue “Halo”
  • Flush or surface mounting
  • Braille enhanced Cancel Button
  • Stainless Steel as standard
  • Powered by Controller - No local mains supply required

 

 

The ViLX-ACA provides a simple solution to integrating emergency assist alarm call systems within an EVCS, providing a single display point for all disabled calls within a building.

It can be used on a dedicated line, or may share a line with the ViLX-OSB disabled refuge outstation (as long as fire rated cable is used), where operation of the refuge point overrides the assistance call (ideal where a disabled toilet is adjacent to a refuge lobby).

When a call is made the over-door and cancel units emit a two tone siren with the “Halo” flashing, when the call is acknowledged from the EVCS controller the “Halo” on these units lights steadily and the tone double beeps every 15 seconds to reassure the caller help is on the way.

As the ViLX-ACA is connected to a Lexicomm master station the plates and cables are fully end of line monitored and battery backed as standard.

 

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