Emergency Communication System – M61‐962 Series Emergency Phon‐Com

Description

The new Minelec M61‐962 Series Phon‐Com unit provides a robust, vandal resistant communication assembly that is suitable for installation in public areas. The Emergency Communication System unit is fully rust resistant and as standard incorporates a surface mount back box (shown above) or is available with custom metal work in stainless steel or aluminum to suit various installation scenarios and requirements.

The unit is supplied in yellow with standard operational graphics, but can be supplied to suit end user corporate signage standards and colors.

Each Phon‐Com is connected to the M51‐691 series Minelec Phon‐Com Commander via a standard Cat5/6 cable and allows handsfree communication between the Phon‐Com unit and an on and/or off‐site telephone user once the pushbutton has been pressed.  Up to 20 Phon‐Com units can be connected to a single Phon‐Com Commander  and various options including voice annunciation are available to identify exact location of call when only one phone line is utilized.

The standard back box and face plate (Safety Yellow as standard) is made of #14AWG Aluminum and provides a distinctive, high profile Panic Intercom Call box. The unit includes tamper hardware and is fully rust resistant. Variations of the Phon‐Com assembly are available to meet many applications including TSSA (ASME A17.1‐2010/CSA B44‐10) compliant In‐Elevator assemblies.

Features

  • Aluminum back box and faceplate for superior corrosion resistance.
  • Industrial grade stainless steel call button
  • Optional customized labels and colors available to suit end user corporate standards and operational requirements.
  • Tamperproof hardware.
  • Handsfree Operation after activation.
  • Compatible with Minelec    Phon‐Com Commander and Minelec “head end” monitoring and display software.
  • All Phon‐Com units are powered from the centralized multi‐channel PhonCom Commander.
  • Easy to install.
  • Custom Colours and materials available. Call Minelec for further information.
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