Call for Assistance

Edwards Signaling call for assistance devices come as simple as a wall switch with a pull string, to the call notification of a horn/strobe outside a public restroom. Edwards provides emergency communication products that offer security and peace of mind.

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Dome Stations

Edwards Signaling 7633 Series Corridor Dome Stations are used to visually and audibly indicate the placement of calls from a connected pull station. Stations are available with 2 or 4 lamps; the domes are designed with barriers between the lamps to prevent visual interference of signals. The 7633 mounts in a standard double gang box with a plaster cover and a minimum depth of 1 3/4" (44mm). Boxes and plaster covers not supplied. The Edwards 7641 and 7641R Series Dome Stations are used to visually indicate the placement of calls from a connected pull station. Stations are available with 1, 2 or 4 lamps; the domes, available in white or red, are designed with barriers between the lamps to prevent visual interference of signals. The 7641 and 7641R mount in a standard single or double gang box with a plaster cover and a minimum depth of 1 1/2" (38mm). Boxes and plaster covers not supplied.

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Horn/Strobe

Edwards Signaling 6536-G5 Horn/Strobe is an audible/visual signaling device that may be used in a variety of system configurations including call for assistance applications. The 6536-G5 is an audible/visual signal UL Listed for general purpose signaling applications. The horn and strobe are connected together at the factory.

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Hotel Room Annunicators

Edwards Signaling 7005-G5 Hotel Room Annunciator is for use in hotel rooms and other areas designed to accommodate those with audible, visual, or physical impairments. The kit consists of a 6536-G5 horn/strobe for audible and visual signaling, a 620 push button, a 147-10 mounting plate, and a 592 transformer. Each component may also be ordered individually.

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Kits

Edwards Signaling 6538-G5 24V Call For Assistance system is designed for areas where a call-for-help or an emergency switch is required. The kit consists of a Cat. No. 6536-G5 horn/strobe for audible and visual signaling, a Cat. No. 6537 emergency pull cord station, and a Cat. No. 592 transformer. Each component may also be ordered individually. Use in health care facilities, public rest-rooms, and handicapped areas. The Edwards 7007B-N5 Buzzer/Strobe is an audible/visual signaling device that may be used in a variety of system configurations including call for assistance applications. Designed for installation in a single gang 2" (51 mm) x 4" (102 mm) box.

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Pull Cord Switches

Edwards Signaling 6537 pull cord switch provides emergency call activation. The call may be reset at the initiating switch. Calls are placed by pulling one of the attached 6 foot (1.83m) cords of 7302A and 7302AE. Cords are replaceable with a standard nylon cord. Designed for either flush or surface mounting. Unit fits in a standard single-gang electrical box and plaster cover. For surface mounting, use a Wiremold surface box. All boxes must have a minimum depth of 1 3/4" (44mm). Boxes and covers not supplied.

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Push Buttons

Edwards Signaling 147-1 Push Button Switch Plate is used for mounting 620 and 690 series 5/8" (16mm) push button switches (purchased separately) on a standard single gang box. The Edwards 147-10 Push Button Plate is a stainless steel faceplate, and is used with the catalog series 620 Push buttons (purchased separately) to form a convenient station that provides a means of activating a hotel room annunciator for the hearing impaired. Designed for single gang mounting.

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Wall Stations

Edwards Signaling 7603 Wall Station provides convenient call activation. Calls are placed by simply pushing the locking-type push button on the front of the station. The 7603 has one button. Models available with faceplate engraved "Emergency." Designed for either flush or surface mounting. Unit fits in a standard single-gang electrical box and plaster cover.