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OUTSTATION
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STAINLESS STEEL
The OmniCare system offers a choice of outstation units which can be wired on the same
loop from the control panel.
The BVOCFS fire telephone unit, with stainless steel finish, is one of the options available
on this versatile system.
FEATURES:
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Provides two-way, full duplex, speech communication.
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elf-powered from ring circuit, no local power source is
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required. Automatic battery backup is provided by the
control panel in the event of a mains power failure.
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Stainless steel finish (also available in red BVOCF).
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Push catch door (slot lock version available BVOCFSL).
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Addressable unit.
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The enclosure contains a rugged red handset with hearing
aid compatible earpiece and loudspeaker.
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Calls are initiated upon opening the door. When
answered, the user can talk to the operator either by lifting
the handset or hands-free. Closing the door ends the call.
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Conference call facility between multiple fire telephones is
available via the operator at the control panel.
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All outstations are in a loop circuit from control panel(s).
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Surface mountable (or flush mount with optional bezel).
PRODUCT CODES:
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BVOCFS - stainless steel fire telephone with push door.
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BVFHBEZSS - stainless steel bezel to enable flush
mounting.
L E A D I N G T H E W AY T O S A F E T Y
OMNICARE BVOCFS FIRE TELEPHONE SPECIFICATION:
Fire Telephone - push door, stainless steel
Product code (without beacon)
BVOCFS
Power supply
12-40V DC self powered from ring circuit
Power consumption
30mA @ 35V typical
Weight
4kg
Humidity range
95% non-condensing
Temperature range
-10°C to +40°C
Indicators
System healthy
Finish
Stainless steel
Dimensions mm WxHxD
130 x 350 x 100
Bezel dimensions mm WxH (radius)
170 x 390 x (20)
Bezel cut out mm WxHxD
138 x 358
Knockouts/cable entry points
20mm & 25mm
Mounting position
Fire telephones should be placed at a height of 1.3m-1.4m
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
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ire rated enhanced four core, colour coded, cable with a screen
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must be used for fire fighting systems.
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Standard fire resisting cables could be considered suitable for:
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EVC systems for use in disabled refuges but not for
fire-fighting in (a) sprinklered buildings; (b) unsprinklered
buildings less than 30m in height, provided that evacuation
takes place in three or fewer phases.
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Underground sections of cabling at sports and similar
venues.
panel as standard.
Up to 200m cable run between remote units and master control
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A repeater unit (BVOCRIF) must be used if distance between
remotes exceeds 200m.
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isabled refuge, advance disabled refuge, fire telephone,
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emergency/steward telephone, combined DRS/fire telephone
and toilet alarm units can be placed on the same loop.
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ring circuit configuration must be used to wire the remote units.
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Typically 20-30 remotes per loop.
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epeater units (BVOCRIF) are used to connect the toilet alarms to
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the system.
Stainless steel products are not intended for installation in humid areas.
TEL:
FAX:
+44 (0) 1892 664422
+44 (0) 1892 663146
EMAIL:MAIL@BALDWINBOXALL.CO.UK
WEB:WWW.BALDWINBOXALL.CO.UK
BALDWIN BOXALL COMMUNICATIONS LTD
WEALDEN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,
FARNINGHAM ROAD, CROWBOROUGH,
EAST SUSSEX, TN6 2JR, UNITED KINGDOM.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE PRODUCT SPECIFICATION WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE OR LIABILITY. DOC NO: 1.0011f.07.14
L E A D I N G T H E W AY T O S A F E T Y
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