Stainless Bezel for Type B Outstation – CFVCFHB
VoCALL Type B outstations, used with analogue VoCALL emergency voice communication (EVC) systems, are designed to be versatile, compact and easy to use. They are designed to be used as a fire telephone, disabled refuge call system or as a combined system.
The outstation is available as both flush (via a separate bezel) or surface mounted with green, red or stainless steel finishes. All feature a high volume ringer, status LED and tactile braille signage providing a complimentary device to go with Type A outstations, master network handsets etc. in commercial buildings.
Tactile Braille signage and loop output
Works with all analogue VoCALL systems
Neatly designed for ease of installation
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.
What is a fire telephone and what do they do during an emergency?
Fire telephones are hardwired full duplex communications systems with monitoring and battery backup and are required in buildings over 4 stories in many countries in the world. These are provided as a backup to traditional ﬁreman’s radio systems, which can fail to operate in many high rise environments due to a large amount of steel in the building, and the “corona” effect of ﬁre on radio broadcasts.
VoCALL – Trusted emergency communications system for projects large or small
VoCALL suits all sizes of installation from one and two outstation systems in small shops like Bon Marche, to a massive 364 line dual network system at Westﬁeld Shopping Centre in London’s White City.
Over the years VoCALL has been installed on several high proﬁle projects in some of the world’s most prestigious sites, from Wimbledon AELTCC and St Pancras stations in the UK to the Marina Towers and Jumeirah Tunnel in the Middle East.
• Versatility, the unit can be
used on all the VoCALL
• Full duplex operation,
allowing 2 way voice
• Tactile braille signage to
assist partially sighted
people to easily operate
- • Compact design
• High volume ringer
• Status LED
• 20mm cable glands
• Loop output for hearing
• Tactile braille signage
• Full duplex operation
• Flush bezel available
• Stainless steel option
All type B handsets should be mounted at a height
of either 1200mm from the floor, or on a 1400mm
centre line to comply with the requirements of
Building Regulations Document M (access for the
The back box has 4 indented feet to allow
mounting on uneven walls.
Type B handsets can be flush mounted by cutting
a hole 133mm x 133mm and 45mm deep, and
using the stainless steel bezel (CFVCFHB) to finish
|CFVCSHF||Surface Mount Red|
|CFVCSHFG||Surface Mount Green|
|CFVCFHFSS||Surface Mount Stainless Steel|
|CFVCFHB||Stainless steel flush mounting bezel for use with any Type B Outstation|
|Type||Fire rated (some installations will require enhanced cabling, see wiring guide for details)|
|Cores||2 core 1mm or 1.5mm|
|Status LEDs||2 off red (flashing for location lights, solid in use)|
|Call Button||Press to call button|
|Cancel Button||Press to cancel button|
|Construction||Zintec, Powder Coated|
|Colour Options||Red / Stainless Steel|
|Mounting||Surface or flush|
|Mounting Height||1000mm from the finished floor level to the centre point of the unit|
|Cut-out||140mm x 140mm (flush mount units)|
|Clearance||When units are used as refuge call points suitable space for a wheelchair user must be allowed|