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Free Standing
Whether it’s a university campus bustling with students or employees or a serene park immediate access to emergency services can make all the difference. Our dual purpose, Free Standing Blue Light Emergency Phones, provide both a sense of security and direct line to first responders.
Wall or Pole Mount
At 36″ high, Call Stations fit almost anywhere and act as a crime deterrent, create a sense of security and serve as an emergency communication system. Whether it’s a a multi-level parking structure, transit platform or parking lot, immediate access to emergency services can make all the difference.
Accessories
Personalize your Emergency Blue Light Towers and Call Stations With our options and accessories, you can create custom solutions to match your brand, add extra security and provide an aesthetically pleasing emergency communication solution to connect and protect people in every location.
Command Center
Our Command Center is perfect for any Security Office or Central Control Point. This central control point to manage all emergency assistance calls provides a seamless means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties. Equipped with built-in battery backup, these Command Centers ensure uninterrupted communication even during power failures. Designed for smaller installations of up to 10 Towers, Call Stations or Emergency Phones, the Command Center offer several mounting options (surface, flush, and lockable cabinets), providing an affordable yet robust solution without compromising on quality or compliance.
The SmartView 1 Two-Way Elevator Visual Communication System was designed to meet the ASME A17.1 and B44 2019 code requirements for visual communication and requirements for IBC 2018. This visual only system provides the hearing impaired with an improved method to communicate with rescue services. Our system allows for the monitoring company is able to receive a standard elevator call, and, if no answer, utilize our system to view the elevator. Choose from OEM Components, Lobby & Machine Room Systems or Complete Field Mod Systems.
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SmartView Display 2100-SVD
The 2100-SVD SmartView Display integrates with the SmartView Controller. It displays 5/16″ text from a call center on a 5″ screen.
SmartView Controller 2100-SVC
SmartView Controller 2100-SVC
The 2100-SVC SmartView Controller is the brains of the system that connects the software, display, buttons, and camera for a fully functional system. The board is affixed to a mounting plate.
SmartView Controller 2100-SVCB
SmartView Controller 2100-SVCB
The 2100-SVCB SmartView Controller is the brains of the system that connects the software, display, buttons, and camera for a fully functional system. The board is mounted inside of a box that can be mounted to the elevator car.
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SmartView Behind the Panel Camera 2100-SVCF
The 2100-SVCF camera is mounted behind the panel. A 170° wide angle lens allows the call center to see the entire elevator car during an emergency.
SmartCommand-Call-Boxes
SmartCommand Call Boxes 3300_
Each Area of Refuge is required to have hands-free, two-way emergency communication devices (Call Boxes) located on each floor above/below the main exit floor.
The SmartCommand Call Boxes provide distressed parties a means to communicate with rescue personnel during an emergency
The system Call Boxes can be daisy chained for a quick and efficient installation
Fully Conforms to UL 2525 Standard
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SmartCommand Call Commanders 3200_
Code compliant Area of Refuge Systems require a central control point where the Call Boxes call for emergency assistance.
The Call Commander (Master Station) provides a means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties
Fully conforms to UL 2525 Standards
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SmartCommand BOSS 3400
The BOSS, or the “brains” of the SmartCommand System, provides power and communication to the Call Boxes and Call Commander through 2 pair cable.
The BOSS was engineered to include built-in state of the art supervision and communication capabilities and monitored for integrity typically by the fire alarm panel
Fully conforms to UL 2525 Standards for NFPA 72 supervision requirements
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UPS Power Supply 1000
Designed to meet essential backup requirements (dictated by NFPA 72), ensuring that your system remains operational for a minimum of 24 hours under quiescent load (when the system is in a non-alarm condition).
Following this period, it retains the capability to activate all alarm notification appliances used for evacuation or directing aid to the area of refuge, functioning for 60 minutes in total darkness.
The redesigned SmartView 2 system simplifies your building compliance with ASME A17.1 2019/CSA B44-19 and IBC 2018 requirements for two-way elevator visual communication, providing the hearing impaired with an improved method to communicate with rescue services
  • All-in-one Design: Streamlines installation by integrating a phone (microphone and speaker), display, and camera into a single unit, ensuring fewer components and a more straightforward installation
  • Flexible Programming: Configure the system on-site using laptop or phone
  • Safe and Secure: With increasing concerns about security and privacy, the SmartView 2 System prioritizes encryption and safety
  • Cost-Effective Installation: The system’s design reduces components and wiring (by transmitting data and audio over a single twisted pair of wiring), saving both time and money
Machine-Room-7100
Machine Room Unit 7100
The SmartView 2 Machine Room Unit provides the conversion from twisted pair to ethernet and POTS line and power to the SmartView 2 Elevator unit. This is essential to the system for connectivity of audio / video to the outside world and power. The requirement of the system is one SmartView Machine Room unit to one SmartView 2 Elevator unit, without both in a system the SmartView 2 will not function.
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Elevator In Car Unit 7200
The SmartView 2 Elevator Unit is a combined audio and visual communication system providing complete ADA compliance within the elevator car.
The unit comprises of a display, camera, microphone, and speaker all within one compact housing. The SmartView 2 Elevator Unit also has inputs for the emergency call button and yes / no buttons to allow a trapped passenger to answer text messages that are displayed on the screen
Note: The 7100 Machine Room Unit is required to complete the installation of this unit
Our SmartRescue Analog-Based Two-Way Communication System is designed to provide robust two-way communication for an Area of Refuge, utilizing a home run configuration, where each call box is wired directly to the central command base station. With a legacy of reliability and widespread use in the market, these systems offer a proven solution for safety and communication.
  • Home-Run Configuration
  • Independent
  • Compatible
  • Scalable
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2100 Series SmartRescue Call Boxes
Each Area of Refuge requires hands-free, two-way emergency communication devices (Call Boxes) on each floor above and below the main exit floor.
The SmartRescue Call Boxes, utilizing an analog home run configuration, offer an efficient means for distressed individuals to communicate with rescue personnel during an emergency
Equipped with built-in battery backup, these Call Boxes ensure uninterrupted communication even during power failures
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2500 Series SmartRescue Base Stations
A code-compliant Area of Refuge System requires a central control point to manage emergency assistance calls from Call Boxes.
The SmartRescue Base Stations, utilizing an analog home run configuration, provide a seamless means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties
Equipped with built-in battery backup, these base stations ensure uninterrupted communication even during power failures
Designed for smaller installations of up to 10 Call Boxes, the SmartRescue Base Stations provide an affordable yet robust solution without compromising on quality or compliance
SmartRescue-Power-Supplies
2500-PWR24U Power Supply
The 2500-PWR24AL provides 24vdc power to the RATH Area of Refuge call boxes while meeting backup requirements as dictated by NFPA 72.
The power supply ensures that your system remains operational for a minimum of 24 hours under quiescent load (when the system is in a non-alarm condition)
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SmartRescue 360° Supervision
NFPA 72 2016 Supervision requirements state that pathways between the remote call stations and the master control station shall be monitored for integrity. To meet these requirements:
Each 2100 Series Call Box comes with built-in communication verification software and a failure relay output which can be connected to an addressable fire alarm module or the fire control panel
Power Supervision requires an additional purchase of the 2500-PWR24U power supply
In locations where the elements are harsh and the risk of vandalism is high, standard communication devices just won’t cut it. Our Vandal-Proof Transit and Emergency Phones are engineered to withstand the most challenging conditions, ensuring that emergency communication remains accessible, no matter what.
T2150 Flush Mount Emergency Phone
The T2150 is a durable handset emergency telephone designed for use in transit systems. When the user picks up the handset the phone automatically dials a pre-programmed number. The back of the faceplate is protected by a dust cover that is sealed at the top and sides to prevent moisture entry.
T2100 Flush Mount Emergency Phone
The T2100 Series of emergency telephones are designed to withstand the rigors of harsh weather and environments, with electronics sealed with a Mil-Spec protective coating and protected speaker and microphone openings.
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T2110 Flush Mount Dual Button Emergency Phone
The T2100 Series Dual Purpose emergency phones provides a two-button calling feature while still withstand the rigors of harsh weather and environments. Typically, one button directly dials rescue personnel or 9-1-1 and the second button will call non-emergency information number. Electronics are sealed with a Mil-Spec protective coating and protected speaker and microphone openings. Connect to analog phone lines from any CO, PBX or Key systems, or integrated into VOIP systems through a VOIP gateway.
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SafeGuard Armor Enclosure
The SafeGuard™ Armor Enclosure Call Box, housed in a NEMA 4 watertight enclosure, is an excellent fit when you want to provide emergency communications in harsh interior or exterior environments. Options include Handset phone or Speaker phone in single or dual button option. This phone can be programmed to call 911, a Security Guard or any phone number. The location message helps identify the phone almost immediately.
Elevate your communication with our Cellular Gateways. Designed for seamless integration, these gateways are compatible not only with any Rath SmartPhone VI Emergency Phones or Janus Emergency Phones but also with other phone systems in the market.
2100-LTEGSM4 4G Cellular Gateway (AT&T)
Access emergency services utilizing a standard, fully code compliant AT&T solution. This versatile gateway can be integrated into various systems and applications.
2100-LTEVER4 4G Cellular Gateway (Verizon)
Access emergency services utilizing a standard, fully code compliant AT&T solution. This versatile gateway can be integrated into various systems and applications.
2100-SVCELLU Data Gateway
With our Data Gateway, you’re not just investing in a product; you’re investing in the future. Experience unparalleled data transfer speeds, robust security, and the reliability that we are known for.
In the event of an elevator emergency, it’s crucial to provide trapped passengers with a reliable, hands-free connection to emergency help. Our Elevator Emergency Phones are meticulously designed to ensure clear communication. With our versatile mounting options and power and connectivity flexibility, our code compliant solutions will ensure you adhere to the highest standards set by ASME, B44, and ADA.
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Surface/Box Mount Elevator SmartPhones
Our External Powered Surface Mount Elevator SmartPhones are ideal for elevator retrofits or any application where you need a reliable “push to talk” elevator phone.
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Flush Mount Elevator SmartPhones
Provide trapped passengers with an easy, hands-free connection to emergency help with our Flush Mount Elevator SmartPhones. Our External Powered are available in brushed or mirrored Stainless Steel or a Muntz finish to match any elevator interior.
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OEM or Behind the Panel Mount Elevator Phones
Our External Powered OEM Mount Elevator SmartPhones replacement were designed for elevator manufacturers to replace existing phones. Select several different mounting options or contact us for direct mount competitor replacement units
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Telephone Line Powered Elevator Phones
Utilize our Telephone Line Powered Phones when you have a POTS, PBX, or central office phone line. Available in both Rath SmartPhones and Janus EMS options designed with a variety of finishes and mounting options to fit most applications.
Per ASME A17.1 2019/CSA B44-19 ‘Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators’, buildings where elevators travel is 60 feet or more, must install in building rescue coordination. Positioned strategically in the building’s lobby or machine rooms, our Lobby and MachineRoom options serve as the first point of contact for elevator maintenance teams and first responders. This offers them a comprehensive overview of the situation within each elevator, providing rapid response times and informed decision-making.
EMS5 System Call Director for 1-8 Elevator Phones
The EMS5 system by Janus is designed to provide seamless two-way, person-to-person voice communication for elevators, accommodating up to 8 elevator phones on a stand-alone unit, or up to 24 on three daisy-chained units. Ideal for small to medium installations, this system offers flexible communication options. With add-on lobby or machine room master phones, the EMS5 ensures all rescue locations have voice pathways to get the passenger the assistance it needs.
Small, Compact Size: Compact but powerful footprint allows for an EMS5 to be installed to be installed on any wall, even if construction is completed, making it an effective solution for retrofit installations.
Stand-Alone Capability: The EMS5 provides person-to-person voice off-site communication capabilities utilizing only one dedicated phone line. For installations with 24-7 on-site monitoring, the EMS5 can also be set up as a stand-alone intercom system, the site to meet code without reoccurring costs in un-necessary phone lines.
All components are engineered to meet current industry codes, ensuring reliability and peace of mind
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SmartRescue for 1-10 Elevator Phones
The SmartRescue System is designed to provide seamless two-way, person-to-person voice communication for elevators, accommodating up to 10 Rath 2100 Series elevator phones on one system, utilizing only one dedicated phone line.
Ideal for smaller installations, this system offers an affordable solution without compromising on quality or performance.
Includes a range of Base Stations both 5 & 10 Zone configurations
All components are engineered to meet current industry codes, ensuring reliability and peace of mind
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Command Center for 1-116 Elevator Phones
The Command Center System is designed to provide efficient two-way, person-to-person voice communication for elevators, accommodating an impressive range of 1 to 116 elevator phones.
The system is compatible with most Rath and Janus Elevator phones, allowing the phone to be tailored to fit the specific needs of your elevator car
Utilizing just one pair of wires between each elevator phone & Distribution Module, the system ensures easy and cost-effective installation
All components are engineered to meet current industry codes, ensuring reliability and peace of mind
Multi-Line Command Center for 1- 32 Lines
The Multi-Line Command Center System is designed to provide efficient two-way, person-to-person voice communication for installations requiring a phone per elevator or per bank of elevators. The system can accommodate an impressive range of 1 to 116 elevator phones and up to 32 dedicated phone lines. With the ability to have one dedicated phone line per elevator phone, the Multi-Line Command Center makes it easy to guarantee all elevators can get communication without interference.
The system is compatible with most Rath and Janus Elevator phones, allowing the phone to be tailored to fit the specific needs of your elevator car
The Distribution Module included as a part of the Multi-Line Command Center acts as a simple, centralized location for all of the system wiring
Utilizing just one pair of wires between each elevator phone & Distribution Module, the system ensures easy installation.
All components are engineered to meet current industry codes, ensuring reliability and peace of mind
Pools, while a source of recreation and relaxation, can also present unforeseen dangers. Immediate access to emergency communication in such areas is not just a convenience; it’s a lifesaver. Our pool phones designed specifically for these environments, ensures help is always just a button press away.
Direct Dial Pool Phones
Pool Phones
Choose from solutions in Analog, Digital, VoIP and Cellular Pool Phone options. Review styles and easily order online.
The Command Center Two-Way Emergency Communication System is designed to provide efficient two-way, person-to-person voice communication for Area of Refuge, accommodating an impressive range of 1 to 116 Call Boxes. Utilizing a home run configuration with only one pair of wires needed between each Call Box and the head end. All components are crafted to meet current industry codes, ensuring top-tier reliability and compliance.
  • Home-Run Configuration
  • Independent
  • Compatible
  • Scalable
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2400 Series Command Center Call Boxes
Each Area of Refuge requires hands-free, two-way emergency communication devices (Call Boxes) on each floor above and below the main exit floor.
The Command Center Call Boxes, designed for large-scale installations of up to 116 Call Boxes, provide a reliable means for distressed individuals to communicate with rescue personnel during an emergency
Utilizing a single pair of wires for each Call Box, the system ensures an efficient and cost-effective installation process
The Command Center Call Boxes offer a scalable and robust solution without compromising on quality or compliance, ensuring top-tier reliability and adherence to industry standards
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2500 Series Command Center and Distribution Modules
A code-compliant Area of Refuge System requires a central control point to manage emergency assistance calls from Call Boxes.
The Command Center base stations, designed to handle up to 116 Call Boxes, provide a seamless means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties
Utilizing an analog home run configuration with a single pair of wires for each Call Box, the system ensures an efficient and cost-effective installation process
The system includes Base Stations and Distribution Modules, Power Supply with battery backup sold separately
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Command Center Power Supplies
Our range of power supplies for the Command Center system is designed to meet backup requirements as dictated by NFPA 72.
These power supplies ensure that your system remains operational for a minimum of 24 hours under quiescent load (when the system is in a non-alarm condition)
Following this period, they retain the capability to activate all alarm notification appliances used for evacuation or directing aid to the area of refuge, functioning for 60 minutes in total darkness
Tailored to support the Command Center’s analog configuration for up to 116 Call Boxes, these power supplies provide a robust and reliable solution, enhancing the safety and efficiency of your Area of Refuge system
Command-Center-Supervision
Command Center 360° Supervision
NFPA 72 2016 360° Supervision requirements state that pathways between the remote call stations and the master control station shall be monitored for integrity. To meet these requirements:
Each 2400 Series Call Box, Command Center, and outside phone line connect directly into the RATH Supervisor Board (2500__-SPRVSR). The 2500-__SPRVSR has a Communications Failure relay output that can be connected to an addressable fire alarm module or fire control panel
If power supervision is needed, an additional purchase of the UPS Monitor (2500-UPSMONITOR), which includes a Power Failure relay output, is required.
Memcom+ Accessories Flush Mount COP
A range of lift emergency telephone products with speaker and microphone, for flush mount installation on the Car Operating Panel (COP). From simple units with LED indicators to premium stainless steel plates with pictograms and alarm push buttons.
The IP Command Center Two-Way Communication System is more than just a communication tool; it’s a comprehensive solution that integrates with your existing network. Designed to handle between 1-128 Call Boxes, it leverages Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) to provide seamless two-way communication.
  • Scalability
  • Cost-Effective
  • Remote Management
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IP Command Center Call Boxes
Each Area of Refuge requires hands-free, two-way emergency communication devices (Call Boxes) on each floor above/below the main exit floor.
The IP Command Center Call Boxes, designed to handle up to 128 Call Boxes, provide a seamless means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties
Utilizing Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), these Call Boxes offer a clear connection over a network or internet, ensuring efficient communication
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2500 Series IP Command Center and Distribution Modules
A code-compliant Area of Refuge System requires a central control point to manage emergency assistance calls from Call Boxes.
The IP Command Center base stations, designed to handle up to 128 Call Boxes, provide a seamless means of communication between stranded individuals, rescue personnel, and offsite parties
Utilizing Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), this system offers clear and efficient communication over a network or internet connection
Versatile solution that can be installed in new construction, retrofit projects, or when the building owner has upgraded their phone system to IP
The system includes Base Stations & Distribution Modules, with Power Supply and battery backup sold separately, providing a complete and robust solution for your Area of Refuge needs
This IP solution is ideal for single or multiple phone installations requiring internal communication with the Area of Refuge Call Boxes, ensuring safety and compliance without compromise
IP-Command-Center-Power-Supplies
RP7700104 UPS Power Supply
Designed to meet essential backup requirements (dictated by NFPA 72), ensuring that your system remains operational for a minimum of 24 hours under quiescent load (when the system is in a non-alarm condition).
Following this period, it retains the capability to activate all alarm notification appliances used for evacuation or directing aid to the area of refuge, functioning for 60 minutes in total darkness
IP-Command-Center-360-Supervision
IP Command Center 360° Supervision
NFPA 72 2016 Supervision requirements state that pathways between the remote call stations and the master control station shall be monitored for integrity. To meet these requirements:
Each 2400 Series Call Box, Command Center, and outside phone line connect directly into the RATH Supervisor Board (2500__-SPRVSR). The 2500-__SPRVSR has a Communications Failure relay output that can be connected to an addressable fire alarm module or fire control panel.
Each IP Call Box, along with the Command Center, has a unique IP address that the 2500-VOIPM “pings” every 10 minutes to ensure connection. If power supervision is needed, an additional purchase of the UPS Monitor (2500-UPSMONITOR), which includes a Power Failure relay output, is required.
Elevator doors are more than just a gateway to vertical transportation; they are a critical component in ensuring the safety of passengers. However, they also represent one of the most significant risk points within an elevator system. Elevator Light Curtains (Safety Edges) act as protective barriers across elevator doors using infrared sensors. When an obstruction, like a passenger or object, interrupts this barrier, the doors automatically reverse to prevent accidents.
There are two main types:
  • 2D Detection Systems: Positioned between the elevator doors, they ensure nothing gets trapped during closure
  • 3D Door Detection Systems: Beyond monitoring between the doors, they also detect obstructions in the landing area, offering superior safety
E-Series
E-Series 2D Safety Edge
The E-Series 2D are our most versatile and cost-effective solution, designed to provide reliable door protection without compromising on safety. With its adaptable design, the E-Series caters to diverse elevator requirements, ensuring passengers are safeguarded during their journey.
Pana40Plus
Pana40+ 2D Safety Edge
The Pana40+ stands as a cornerstone in our product lineup, recognized for its unparalleled quality and steadfast reliability. This safety edge ensures comprehensive protection through a dense curtain of 40 parallel infrared beams.
Panchrome +
Panachrome+ 2D Safety Edge
The Panachrome+ is the world’s most complete elevator door detection system featuring dense infrared 234 beam safety edge. This premium safety edge has red and green indicators to highlight door movement and is also available with 3D detection, extending passenger protection into the landing zone.
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Panachrome 3D Safety Edge
The Panachrome 3D takes elevator safety to the next level by combining the trusted reliability of infrared technology with the added dimension of 3D detection. This system not only ensures the safety of passengers entering and exiting the elevator but also enhances their experience with 154 intuitive beams with red and green indicators and an optional voice to indicate door opening and closing. This unique combined system is an effective solution for sites where passenger traffic is high or where additional safety measures are required.
Emergency Communication Systems for Rescue Assistance require system pathway survivability requirements that all circuits remain survivable for at least the same time as the fire rating building requirements.
  • Our cable solutions provide a dependable connection between two electronic devices, ensuring seamless communication
  • To meet the required 2-hour rating for pathway survivability, you can opt for either 2-hour fire-rated conduit or 2-hour fire-rated cable
  • 2 or 4 pair options, our communication cable offers flexibility to suit your needs
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2 Hour Fire-Rated Cable Series
Fire-resistive or fire-rated cable is designed to support Life and Fire Safety, offering “survivability” for 2 hours in harsh environments. The cable will continue to operate in high temperatures and remain fully operational for safe evacuation of building occupants. Choose from Single, 2 or 4 pair.
RP7500094-Cable
RP7500094 Communication Cable
2 Pair, 22 AWG Solid Shielded
RP7500097Communication-Cable
RP7500097 Communication Cable
4 Pair, 24 AWG, 8 Conductor
RP7500094B-Communication-Cable
RP7500094B Communication Cable
2 Pair, 18 AWG 4 Conductor Bare Copper Plenum
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Directions for Call Box Sign
Each Call Box REQUIRES a “Directions for Call Box Use” sign to be mounted next to the Call Box in all Elevator Landings and Area(s) of Refuge/Rescue per IBC Section 1007.11 & 1009.11.
Illuminated-Signs
Illuminated Signs
Illuminated signs REQUIRED (per IBC Section 1007.9 & 1009.9)
Elevator Landing REQUIRES an illuminated sign stating “Emergency Communication” to be located by or on each wall providing access to the Elevator Landing.
Area of Refuge/Area of Rescue Assistance REQUIRES an illuminated sign stating “Area of Refuge” to be located by or on each door providing access to the Area of Refuge
Choose from Photoluminescent or Illuminated Wall Signs
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Door Signs
Tactile (Braille) signage is REQUIRED at each door to an Area of Refuge, an Elevator Landing or exterior Area for Assisted Rescue complying with IBC 1007.9, IBC 1009.9 and ICC A117.1.
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Directional Signs
Directional signs REQUIRED (per IBC Section 1007.10 & 1009.10) that indicate the location of the other means of egress and which are accessible means of egress shall be provided:
At exits serving a required accessible space but not providing an approved means of egress
At Elevator Landings (signs state Emergency Communication)
Within Area(s) of Refuge
In the realm of elevator safety, continuous communication is paramount. Elevator emergencies can be distressing, and the last thing one would want is a non-functional communication line. Recognizing this, the ASME 17.1 code has set forth specific requirements to ensure that elevator phone lines are always monitored for activity and operational.
Phone Line Monitoring requirements include:
  • End-to-End Monitoring
  • Immediate Alerts
  • Location Specific Alert
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2100-ALARM After Market System
The 2100-ALARM provides a simple, fully functional solution to meet the 2010 and 2013 ASME codes. The code states that each elevator phone needs to check for an active phone line at least once in a 24 hour period.
The 2100-ALARM checks the complete phone line system from the elevators to the machine room, and from the machine room to the outside world
If an active phone line is not detected, an audible and visual alarm at the main landing panel is activated
A key switch is used to silence the audible alarm
If the phone line has not been re-established within a 24 hour period, the audible will resound
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OEM System – Alarm and Junction Board
The OEM System – Alarm and Junction Board provides a simple, fully functional solution to meet the 2010 and 2013 ASME codes. The code states that each elevator phone needs to check for an active phone line at least once in a 24 hour period.
The OEM System – Alarm and Junction Board checks the complete phone line system from the elevators to the machine room, and from the machine room to the outside world
If an active phone line is not detected, an audible and visual alarm at the main landing panel is activated
A key switch is used to silence the audible alarm
If the phone line has not been re-established within a 24 hour period, the audible will resound
LMA-Line-Monitoring-Alert
LMA Line Monitoring Alert
Designed to work with our EMS phones. The Phone Line Monitoring Alert Panel meets the ASME / B44 2009 and 2010 code that requires audible and visual signal in the lobby in the event of phone line failure. When used with our phones, that have the phone line monitoring option, the LMA unit completes the system.
The 2100-ALARM checks the complete phone line system from the elevators to the machine room, and from the machine room to the outside world
If an active phone line is not detected, an audible and visual alarm at the main landing panel is activated
Reset allows audible signal to be silenced with standard J200 key
Resets automatically when phone line is restored
LMA-NC
LMA-NC Line Monitoring Alert No Cover
The Phone Line Monitoring Alert Kit meets the ASME / B44 2009 and 2010 code that requires audible and visual signal in the lobby in the event of phone line failure. When used with our EMS phones, that have the phone line monitoring option, the LMA-NC unit completes the system.
The OEM system checks the complete phone line system from the elevators to the machine room, and from the machine room to the outside world
If an active phone line is not detected, an audible and visual alarm at the main landing panel is activated
Reset allows audible signal to be silenced with standard J200 key
Resets automatically when phone line is restored
120vac or 12vdc
When would 120vac or 12vdc be an appropriate power solution?
It is a good solution when you have existing power near the planned tower or call station installation
120vac system uses a transformer to supply 12vdc
12vdc directly powers all systems in the towers or call station
Landline
When would a Landline be an appropriate communication solution?

 It is a good solution when the emergency phones will be installed near an existing Landline
This solution may be more cost effective to install and maintain than other technologies
The emergency phone can be connected to the current PBX system or use a dedicated POTS line
The lLandline phone uses the “physical” communication method of communicating through a cable/wire
A Landline is used to increase the security of communications since a call cannot be intercepted without physical access to the line
Cellular
When would a Cellular solution be an appropriate communication solution?
 It is a good solution when running cabling for landline or VoIP is cost prohibitive
The Cellular option is most commonly used with an emergency phone which is using solar power
This allows the emergency phone to be located in remote locations
VoLTE plans typically range from $10-$30 per month per unit
All cellular units are 4G LTE
Solar
When would solar be an appropriate power solution? 
It is a good solution when the running cabling for power is cost prohibitive. It is also an ideal solution when the campus, park or other location is concerned about energy usage and would like to make use of alternative energy sources.
Sun is absorbed through solar panel creating energy (which is stored in a sealed battery) that allows for 24/7 phone availability
Maintenance on solar panels is done by brushing debris and snow
Solar power with Cellular or 2-Way Radio provides a completely wireless solution
Prior to purchase, please ensure the location will support 6 hours of full sun on the panel on typical days
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