Emergency Assist 4-Way Indicator – CFEASL4

The CFEASL4 4 way splitter unit allows up to four stand alone, disabled toilets to be monitored in one specific area. Staff can react to an alarm swiftly and efficiently at the designated area, such as a reception or security desk. The emergency assist power supply unit (PSU) is designed to power the 4 way splitter. When using the 4 way splitter, each disabled toilet does not need its own PSU as each toilet is powered by the 4 way splitter.

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Order Code

CFEASL4

System

Emergency Assist

Product Type

4-Way Indicator

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REGULATIONS

Compiles with Document M and Equality Act 2010.

COMPREHENSIVE

The kit includes all the components needed to install a fully compliant system.

ECONOMICAL

Save time and money through simple installation and limited cabling with the kit.

Integration of an emergency disabled assist system

1. The Ceiling Pull should be positioned so that its readily accessible from the WC or bath (where applicable).

2. The cancel button should be positioned so that it is reachable from the WC and a wheelchair.

3. The upper cord pull should be located between 800mm & 1000mm above floor level.

4. The lower cord pull should be exactly 100mm above the floor level (remove excess cord).

5. The over door indicator provides an audible and visual signal to indicate the area where assistance is required.

6. The power supply is situated in the corridor and supplied via a switched fuse spur.

Integration of an emergency disabled assist system

The VoCALL Digital EAA interface enables you to easily connect your VoCALL 16 panel to your Emergency Alarm Assist (EAA) kit. Using Eaton’s popular CFEAPULLKIT, the system is powered locally and is easily extendable with it being possible to add up to 16 EAA units to the loop. 

1. The Ceiling Pull should be positioned so that its readily accessible from the WC or bath (where applicable).
 
2. The cancel button should be positioned so that it is reachable from the WC and a wheelchair.
 
3. The upper cord pull should be located between 800mm & 1000mm above floor level. The lower cord pull should be exactly 100mm above the floor level (remove excess cord).
 
4. A reassurance sounder/indicator (not included) can be added along with visual notification sticker (included with the EAA interface)
 
5. The over door indicator provides an audible and visual signal to indicate the area where assistance is required.
 
6. The VoCALL 16 EAA interface (EAA16-LS) is connected to the VoCALL 16 panel and the power supply
 
7. The power supply is situated in the corridor and supplied via a switched fuse spur.
 

8. The VoCALL 16 digital emergency voice communication panel is available as flush or surface mount.

Why must I have a disabled refuge emergency voice communication system?

Risk assessments of new buildings must make provision for means of escape of disabled people in line with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. Building Regulations dictate new non-domestic buildings with 1+ stories provide ‘refuge’ areas – relatively safe places where people who cannot easily escape can call for assistance and wait for help. Simple two-way communication in these areas is essential, to assist rescue teams in determining where assistance is needed and to reassure people help is coming.

Why must I have a disabled refuge emergency voice communication system?

Risk assessments of new buildings must make provision for means of escape of disabled people in line with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. Building Regulations dictate new non-domestic buildings with 1+ stories provide ‘refuge’ areas – relatively safe places where people who cannot easily escape can call for assistance and wait for help. Simple two-way communication in these areas is essential, to assist rescue teams in determining where assistance is needed and to reassure people help is coming.

Benefits

• Up to 4 disabled toilets monitored in one area
• Uses blue LEDs to avoid confusion
• Visibility to remote staffed areas
• No mains or PSU required at each disabled toilet
using the 4 way splitter

Features

• Designed to comply with all regulations and
recommendations
• High visibility
• Small compact design
• Local panel acknowledge call button
• Up to 4 disabled toilets monitored in one area
• Uses blue LEDs to avoid confusion
• Visibility to remote staffed areas
• No mains or PSU required at each disabled toilet using the 4 way splitter

Wiring

The mains powered supply must be wired by a qualified person in accordance with the latest revision on the IEE wiring regulations (currently 17th Edition), and connected to the building mains supply using a fused spur (fitted with a 3A fuse).

All mains wiring should be provided in accordance with the current edition of the IEE Wiring Regs (BS 7671) or in accordance with the relevant national wiring rules.

Always segregate Extra Low Voltage (ELV) wiring from the mains wiring. System requires minimum 2 core 0.4mm2 cable. All wallmounting devices should be mounted onto a back box of the required
depth.

Product CodeDescription
VoCALL Analogue systems: (VoCALL 5, 9, 10, 8)
CFVCEAEmergency Assist Alarm- VoCALL Kit
CFEAPULLEmergency Assist Alarm – Pull Cord Unit
CFEASL44-way Splitter
CFEAODIOver door indicator 
CFEARSPCancel button 
CFEACORDPull cord accessory pack 
  
VoCALL Digital systems:(VoCALL 16 standalone & network)
EAA16-LSStand alone powered EAA Kit (Interface)
CFEAPULLKITEmergency Assist Alarm – Stand Alone Kit
CFEAPULLCFEASL4CFEAPSU
Mains230 ac +10% -15%
Operating Voltage12V dc (nominal)
BatteryYUSA NP 0.8Ah/12V
OutputVolt free relay12V dc (nominal)
ConstructionPCPCPC
Dimensions (mm)H 87 x W 87 x D 30.5 (+ cord)H 86 x W 146 x D 39H 86 x W 146 x D 39
    
VoCALL 16 EAA interfaceEAA16-LS
Power supply0.65W
Weight0.6kg

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