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TECHNICAL GUIDE

MOSAIC

NURSE CALL UNIT

INSTALLATION AND USER GUIDE

THE GLOBAL SPECIALIST IN ELECTRICAL AND DIGITAL BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURES

Contents DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 3

Fundamental rules to follow when installing the Mosaic nurse call system> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 3 Wiring principle > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 3 Installation principle for a ward > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 4 Installation principle with call-forwarding over DECT and traceability on telephone coupling product (telephony package not supplied by Legrand)> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 6 Installation principle with call-forwarding over DECT and traceability on telephone coupling product and corridor display units (telephony package not supplied by Legrand)> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 8 Selection guide: how to draw up your list of equipment> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 10

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 11 11 13 14 14 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 24 25 26 26 27

0 766 60: 6-direction call display unit > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 12: 3-direction management module > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 14: table control unit> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 89/0 035 67 OR E49: power supplies > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 04: door unit > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 85: bathroom call units or call button > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 63: socket for corded push-button > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 783 62: corded push-button > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 41/46: sockets for hand-held remote control units> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 45/47: sockets for hand-held remote control units> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 01/02/03: hand-held remote control units > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 782 43: clamp for corded push-button > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 783 77/78/79: remote control modules > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 64: bathroom call pull-cord (18W10) > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 9 804 12: spare part for bathroom call pull-cord > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 72: double display corridor overdoor light > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 71: call transfer light for corridors > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 766 42: electronic buzzer> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 0 771 50 + 0 782 07: biomedical call plug and socket > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

OPERATING MODE > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 28 28 29 30 31 32 33

Call + nurse present > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Bathroom call + nurse present > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Call for nurse assistance (emergency) > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Nurse present + call from another room > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Nurse present + call from another bathroom> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Call priorities > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

MOSAIC NURSE CALL UNIT WIRING > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 34 34 36 38

Call + presence installation for nursing homes and residential homes for the elderly > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Call + presence installation with hand-hand-held remote control units and magnetic sockets > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Call + presence installation with call via push-button with indicator and information transfer > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Bed + armchair call + presence installation for nursing homes and residential homes for the elderly with DECT interface (integrated traceability) > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Call + biomedical + presence installation for clinics and hospitals with corridor display units (integrated traceability) > > > > > > 230 V cable for patient call + corridor display units and IP network cabling > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

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COMMISSIONING > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 46

Check before switch-on > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 46 Resetting the module > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > 47

TROUBLESHOOTING > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

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DESCRIPTION

OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Fundamental rules to follow when installing the Mosaic nurse call system Patient call system products are associated with personal safety. They should therefore be installed by a qualified electrician, in strict accordance with the conditions of installation and the operating instructions. A single protection device should be installed for the entire nurse call system. To ensure continuous operation during a mains failure, connect the system to an uninterruptible power supply (generator set and/or inverter). If there is a mains failure longer than 1 s, all calls prior to the outage may be lost. Note: The Mosaic nurse call system is recommended for installations with 1 to 72 directions*. * Direction: room from which the calls originate

Wiring principle Room 1 2 pairs 230 V±

Bathroom call unit Cat. No. 0 766 64

2 x 1.5 mm

2

Socket Cat Nos. 0 782 41/46 or 0 782 45/47

Power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

4 control units max.

{

Hand-held remote control unit Cat Nos. 0 782 01 or 0 782 02/03

2 pairs

6 x 0.6 mm2 pairs for 3 directions

6-direction display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60 (main control unit)

6 x 0.6 mm2 pairs for 3 directions

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Socket Cat No. 0 766 63 and corded push-button Cat No. 0 783 62

1 pair

2 pairs* per direction

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

2 x 6 x 0.6 mm2 pairs for 3 directions

Corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 pairs Room 2 Room 3 Room 4

6-direction display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60 (secondary control unit)

2 pairs

Bathroom call unit Cat. No. 0 766 64

1 pair

Socket Cat No. 0 766 63 and corded push-button Cat No. 0 783 62

2 x 1.5 mm2

2 pairs* per direction Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 pairs

* 2 x 0.6 mm2 pairs: 50 m max 2 x 0.9 mm2 pairs: 100 m max Between the management module and the door unit

Room 5 Separate WC

MOSAIC NURSE CALL UNIT

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DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

INSTALLATION PRINCIPLE FOR A WARD 6-room ward 6-direction display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60 (main control unit)

Power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

230 V

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Room 01

Door unit Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Room 03

Room 02

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 04

Room 05

Room 06

36-room ward

6-direction display units Cat. No. 0 766 60 x 6 in table control unit Cat. No. 0 782 14 x 1 Power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

230 V

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 01

Room 02

Room 03

Room 07

Room 08

Room 09

Room 13

Room 14

Room 15

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

4

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 04

Room 05

Room 06

Room 10

Room 11

Room 12

Room 16

Room 17

Room 18

12-room ward Power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

230 V

6-direction display units Cat. No. 0 766 60 x 2

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Door unit Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Room 01

Room 02

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Door unit Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 03

Room 04

Room 05

Door unit Door unit Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 06

Room 07

Room 08

Door unit Door unit Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Cat. No. 0 782 04 Room 10

Room 09

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Room 11

Room 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 19

Room 20

Room 21

Room 25

Room 26

Room 27

Room 31

Room 32

Room 33

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Room 22

Room 23

Room 24

Room 28

Room 29

Room 30

Room 34

Room 35

Room 36

6 x 0.6 mm2 pairs (50 m max) or 6 x 0.9 mm2 pairs (100 m max)

2 x 0.6 mm2 pairs (50 m max) or 2 x 0.9 mm2 pairs (100 m max)

DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

2G 1.5 mm²

2G 1.5 mm²

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DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE INSTALLATION PRINCIPLE WITH CALL-FORWARDING OVER DECT AND TRACEABILITY ON TELEPHONE COUPLING PRODUCT Telephony package

Nurse call package

Riser

9-room Neurology ward

VDI package

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

90 m max.

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

3rd floor Nurse call package 18-room Dermatology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

2nd floor Nurse call package 12-room Cardiology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP 1st floor Main cross-connect cabinet

Traceability on standard computer with icon configured as a fixed IP address. For use by: - Nurses - Maintenance - Management Configured by the network integrator.

ELV equipment room

6

*Répartiteur Général Informatique (main cross-connect)

(TELEPHONY PACKAGE NOT SUPPLIED BY LEGRAND) Nurse call package

Telephony package

9-room Ophthalmology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

90 m max.

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Nurse call package 36-room Urology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free V lt f contact t t interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Nurse call package 30-room General surgery department Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Autocom cabinet PABX/IPBX

RS232

Telephone coupler with fixed IP address

Cables with 2 x 0.6 mm2 pairs (50 m max) or 0.9 mm2 pairs (100 m max)

DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

UTP/FTP cable Cat. 5e minimum

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DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE INSTALLATION PRINCIPLE WITH CALL-FORWARDING OVER DECT AND TRACEABILITY ON TELEPHONE COUPLING Telephony package

Nurse call package

Riser

9-room Neurology ward

VDI package

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

90 m max.

230 V 23 or PoE

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

3rd floor Nurse call package 18-room Dermatology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

230 V 2 or PoE

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

2nd floor Nurse call package 12-room Cardiology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

230 V 2 or PoE

1st floor Main cross-connect cabinet

Traceability on standard computer with icon configured as a fixed IP address. For use by: - Nurses - Maintenance - Management Configured by the network integrator.

ELV equipment room

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*Répartiteur Général Informatique (main cross-connect)

PRODUCT AND CORRIDOR DISPLAY UNITS (TELEPHONY PACKAGE NOT SUPPLIED BY LEGRAND) Nurse call package

Telephony package

9-room Ophthalmology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

90 m max.

230 V oE or PoE

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Nurse call package 36-room Urology ward Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Nurse call package 30-room General surgery department Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

DECT TERMINAL

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Volt-free contact interface unit 16 I/O to IP

Autocom cabinet PABX/IPBX

RS232

Telephone coupler with fixed IP address

Cables with 2 x 0.6 mm2 pairs (50 m max) or 0.9 mm2 pairs (100 m max)

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES

UTP/FTP cable Cat. 5e minimum

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DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

SELECTION GUIDE: HOW TO DRAW UP YOUR LIST OF EQUIPMENT 1 Gather the following information

D D

D D

A

B

C

D

Number of separate rooms

Number of rooms with WC

Number of separate WCs

Number of beds

2 Calculate the number of directions

To determine the number of directions, simply add: A+ B+ C   =

E

3 Draw up your list of equipment

Bed equipment (continued)

Nurses' station and management equipment Display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

= E /6 or

display units

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

= E /3 or

modules

Option: Table control unit Cat. No. 0 782 14

= E /36 or

control units

Corridor equipment Corridor overdoor light units Cat. No. 0 766 72

= E or

overdoor lights

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

= E or

Bathroom call unit Cat. No. 0 766 64

= B + C or

door units call units

Bed equipment = D or

Corded push-button Cat. No. 0 783 62 = D or OR Magnetic socket Cat. No. 0 782 46 = D or Hand-held remote control unit for call only Cat. No. 0 782 01 10

sockets

Hand-held remote control unit for call only Cat. Nos. 0 782 02/03 = D or

h  and-held remote control units

Option: Shunt plug for biomedical alarm Cat. No. 0 782 07

= D or

plugs

Socket for biomedical alarm Cat. No. 0 771 50

= D or

sockets

Power supply:

Room/bathroom equipment

Socket for corded push-button Cat. No. 0 766 63

OR Magnetic socket Cat. No. 0 782 47 = D or

= D or

sockets corded buttons sockets h  and-held remote control units

Power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89 Number of power supplies to be calculated using the table below 0 782 04

0 766 72

0 766 64

0 782 01/ 02/03

0 782 12

0 766 60

0.7 W

0.9 W

0.7 W

0.8 W

1W

0.4 W per direction

Recommendation: 1 power supply for 36 directions (corresponds to 30% of simultaneous calls max.)

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION

OF DEVICES Direction identification* Mute button

Identification labels supplied

0 766 60: 6-DIRECTION* CALL DISPLAY UNIT Performs the main and secondary display functions. Main display unit: used to monitor rooms in the ward from the nurses' station.

Connection 1

2

Secondary display unit: used to transfer information from the main display unit. 4 secondary display units max.

0 766 60

Indicates calls by lighting up numbered indicator lights and generating an audible signal. Can indicate several calls simultaneously. Displays the call and nurse presence and mute setting. Calls can be transferred to 4 other display units (treatment room, rest area, etc). Supplied without plate. Supplied with sheets of numbered stickers from 1 to 99. Technical characteristics n

Power supply: 24 V=

n

Consumption: min. 0.4 W - max. 2.8 W

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 40

n

Dimensions: 135 x 22.5 mm

n

n

3

4

5

6

7

1- Management module terminals 2- Room 6 terminals 3- Room 1 terminals 4- Room 2 terminals 5- Room 3 terminals 6- Room 4 terminals 7- Room 5 terminals

Installation: - On table control unit Cat. No. 0 782 14 - Flush-mounted in box depth 50 mm Cat. No. 0 800 53 - Surface-mounted in box depth 40 mm Cat. No. 0 802 86 Sound level:  

- 65 dB (A) at 1 m placed on table - 75 dB (A) fixed to wall 1.60 m off the floor - 62 dB (A) at 1 m placed on table - 72 dB (A) fixed to wall 1.60 m off the floor

* Direction: room from which the calls originate

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES

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0 766 60: 6-DIRECTION* CALL DISPLAY UNIT (CONTINUED) Flush-mounted wall installation

Flush-mounted 2-gang wall installation Cat. No. 0 801 26

Cat. No. 0 800 53

Cat. No. 0 802 66

Cat. No. 0 802 53

Cat. No. 0 766 60





 Cat. No. 0 766 60



 Cat. No. 0 788 16

 Surface-mounted wall installation

Cat. No. 0 788 36

Cat. No. 0 802 86

Surface-mounted 2-gang wall installation Cat. No. 0 802 53 Cat. No. 0 802 76

 Cat. No. 0 802 66

 Cat. No. 0 766 60

Cat. No. 0 766 60

 Cat. No. 0 788 16

   Cat. No. 0 788 36

* Direction: room from which the calls originate

12

0 782 12: 3-DIRECTION MANAGEMENT MODULE* Manages 3 directions.

Connection

Option of forwarding: - for indicator - for buzzer via a solid state relay - to DECT, via a telephone coupling product - to master indicator (lights up if the indicator on at least one of the 3 directions is lit up).

2

3

1

1- 24 V= power supply terminals 2- Master indicator or solid state relay terminals 3- Call display unit terminals 4- Door unit direction 1 5- Door unit direction 2 6- Door unit direction 3 7- Volt-free contact for DECT call forwarding or indicator or buzzer

Technical characteristics n n

Power supply: 24 V= Consumption ( min): 39 mA (max): 300 mA

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Size: 4 DIN modules

4

5

6

7 Max : 24 V 0,5 A

n

Contact beat frequency

Normal call (0.5 Hz)

Emergency call (1 Hz)

* Direction: room from which the calls originate

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES

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PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES

0 782 14: TABLE CONTROL UNIT

0 782 89/0 035 67 OR E49: POWER SUPPLIES

Support frame which can take up to 6 display units Cat. No. 0 766 60.

Cat. No. 0 782 09: Powers the system with SELV. Recommendation: 1 power supply for 36 directions (corresponds to 30% of simultaneous calls max.).

Makes it easier to run cables when installing several display units. Fit blanking plates over unused positions. Technical characteristics

Technical characteristics n

Supply voltage: 230 VA + 10% - 50/60 Hz

n

Protection index: IP 40 with blanking plates

n

Output voltage: 24 V=

n

Dimensions: 310 x 295 x 75 mm (36 modules)

n

Max. current: 2 A

n

Max. power: 48 W

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 30

n

Size: 6 DIN modules

Installation

Cat. No. 0 035 67 or E49: Powers the solid state relay for information transfer (indicator or buzzer). Technical characteristics

Cat. No. 0 770 71

14

n

Supply voltage: 230 VA

n

BUS output voltage: 27 V=

n

Max. BUS current: 600 mA

n

Max. power: 21.5 W

n

Max. consumption: 26.8 W

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Size: 2 DIN modules

Not used

0 782 04: DOOR UNIT Consisting of 2 white indicators to be covered with stickers (red, green, orange or blue) and a push-button for acknowledging the call and nurse presence.

Connection (from 15W22)

Recommendation: Place the red sticker over the call indicator (top indicator).

Management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Antimicrobial

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Dimensions (H x W x D): 82 x 82 x 43 mm

n

n

R

Installation: - in 1-gang (2 modules) flush-mounting box Cat. No. 0 800 41 or Cat. No. 0 801 41 (concrete) - in surface-mounting box Cat. No. 0 802 81 (IP 20) LED indicators with resistor in parallel: - Impedance: 1 kΩ - DC voltage: 9 to 31 V

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 W

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

Flush-mounted wall installation Cat. No. 0 800 41

- Bathroom or biomedical pull cord - Corded push-button or hand-held remote control - Door unit

 bial

icro

Antim

Cat. No. 0 801 41

 Surface-mounted wall installation

bial

icro

Antim

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Not used

0 766 85: B  ATHROOM CALL UNITS OR CALL BUTTON Technical characteristics

Bathroom call button connection (from 15W22)

n

Power supply: via management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Antimicrobial

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Dimensions (H x W x D): 82 x 82 x 43 mm

n

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 W

I nstallation: - in 1-gang (2 modules) flush-mounting box Cat. No. 0 800 41 or Cat. No. 0 801 41 (concrete) - in surface-mounting box Cat. No. 0 802 81 (IP 20)

Recommendation: Place the red sticker over the call indicator (top indicator). Flush-mounted wall installation

Bathroom call button Cat. No. 0 766 85 R

Cat. No. 0 800 41 R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator



Bedroom call button connection (from 15W22) bial

icro Antim

Cat. No. 0 801 41



R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Surface-mounted wall installation

W

bial

icro Antim

 

Bedroom call button Cat. No. 0 766 85 R

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

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0 766 63: SOCKET FOR CORDED PUSH-BUTTON

0 783 62: CORDED PUSH-BUTTON

Socket for corded push-button or biomedical alarm.

Allows patients to call a nurse via the door unit.

Supplied on 2-module plate with blanking plate.

For use in conjunction with socket Cat. No. 0 766 63. With 12 mm fixing centre plug for 2P socket Cat. No. 0 771 50.

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

Technical characteristics

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

Power supply: via socket for corded push-button

n

n

Protection index: IP 20

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

n

Dimensions: 82 x 82 x 36 mm

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Cord length: 2 m

n

Ejectable from 45° angle

n

n

I nstallation: - in 1-gang (2 modules) flush-mounting box Cat. No. 0 800 41 or Cat. No. 0 801 41 (concrete) - on the wall with surface-mounting box Cat. No. 0 802 81 12 mm fixing centres

Connection

n

Factory-fitted NC contact. NO contact possible by replacing the brown wire in the plug with the black wire.

Conductor marking Factory wiring

Socket for corded pushbutton Cat. No. 0 766 63

Connect blue and brown

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 W

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

Closed in rest mode

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0 782 41/46: SOCKETS FOR HAND-HELD REMOTE CONTROL UNITS Sockets Cat. No. 0 782 41 for mounting in a strip and 0 782 46 for call-only hand-held remote control unit.

• Flush-mounted wall installation with 1-gang flush-mounting box

Magnetic connection between hand-held unit and socket: can be ejected in any direction with pull-out force designed to avoid any damage to the equipment. Antimicrobial. Non-indexed magnetic connection socket for hand-held remote control unit Cat. No. 0 782 01. 0 782 41

• Surface-mounted wall installation with box Cat. No. 0 802 81 0 782 46

0 782 01

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via the door unit

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Antimicrobial

n

Protection index: IP 40

n

n

Dimensions: - Cat. No. 0 782 41: 45 x 45 x 36 mm - Cat. No. 0 782 46: 82 x 82 x 36 mm

• Connection Example: 1 bed in a room.

Hand-held unit socket Cat. No. 0 782 46

1 2 3 4

+ -

Installation: - in 1-gang flush-mounting box (2 modules) - on wall with surface-mounting box Cat. No. 0 802 81 - in a strip using special holder supplied

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 W

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

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0 782 45/47: SOCKETS FOR HAND-HELD REMOTE CONTROL UNITS Sockets Cat. Nos. 0 782 45 and 0 782 47 for hand-held remote control units for calls and controls.

 lush-mounted wall installation with 1-gang flushF mounting box

Magnetic connection between hand-held unit and socket: can be ejected in any direction with pull-out force designed to avoid any damage to the equipment. Antimicrobial. Indexed magnetic connection socket for hand-held remote control unit Cat. Nos. 0 782 02 and 782 03. 0 782 45

Surface-mounted wall installation with box Cat. No. 0 802 81 0 782 47

0 782 02 0 782 03

Technical characteristics n

 ower supply: P - via the door unit for nurse calls - via remote control module Cat. No. 0 783 77 or 0 783 78 or 0 783 79 for lighting and roller blinds

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Antimicrobial

n

Protection index: IP 40

n

n

Connection Example: 1 bed in a room.

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

W

 imensions: D - Cat. No. 0 782 45: 45 x 45 x 36 mm - Cat. No. 0 782 47: 82 x 82 x 36 mm Installation: - in 1-gang flush-mounting box (2 modules) - on wall with surface-mounting box Cat. No. 0 802 81

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator + -

Hand-held unit socket Cat. No. 0 782 47

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12 11 10 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6

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0 782 01/02/03: HAND-HELD REMOTE CONTROL UNITS Allow patients to call a nurse (using an NC push-button with call confirmation indicator) via the door unit.

Hand-held remote control unit for calls and controls Cat. No. 0 782 02

Magnetic connection between hand-held units and sockets: can be ejected in any direction with pull-out force designed to avoid any damage to the equipment.

For use with socket Cat. No. 0 782 45 or 0 782 47. 1 3

These products are compatible with other nurse call systems with an NC (Normally Closed) contact on 2 terminals and LED call confirmation indicator on 2 terminals. Recommended cleaning: use wipes impregnated with detergent for food contact surfaces (Dettol, etc). Hand-held remote control unit for call only (corded push-button) Cat. No. 0 782 01 For use with socket Cat. No. 0 782 41 or 0 782 46. 2.50 m cord Nurse call button

2 Red call confirmation indicator 1- Nurse call button 2- Reading light control (NO push-button) 3- Room lighting control (NO push-button)

Hand-held remote control unit for calls and controls Cat. No. 0 782 03 For use with socket Cat. No. 0 782 45 or 0 782 47. 1 6 5

Red call confirmation indicator

7 4

Connection

0 782 01

1

+ 2

0 782 01

– 3

1- Nurse call button 2- Reading light control (NO push-button) 3- Room lighting control (NO push-button) 4- Red call confirmation indicator 5 and 6- Roller blind control (NO push-button) 7- Free function button (NO push-button)

4 0 782 41/46

24 V

20

2 3

1

2

3

4

5

6

0 782 43: CLAMP FOR CORDED PUSH-BUTTON Connection

For holding the corded push-button within reach: on bedding, clothes or the arm of a chair. 0 782 03

Overall dimensions

0 782 03

12

+ 11

– 10

9

8

I

7

36

O

17,9

79,7

0 782 45/47

24 V Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via sockets for hand-held remote control units

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Antimicrobial

n

Protection index: IP 67 (without plug)

n

Cord length: 2.5 m

n

Can be fixed or held in place with clamp Cat. No. 0 782 43

n

LED indicators with resistor in parallel: - Impedance: 12.45 kΩ - DC voltage: 9 to 31 V

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0 783 77/78/79: REMOTE CONTROL MODULES These units are used to control SELV functions (lighting, roller blinds, and one additional function) via hand-held remote control units.

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: 100 - 240 V

For mounting in suspended ceilings or in technical cabinets between the rooms.

n

Operating temperature: 0 to 35°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

This product must be used on a single phase.

n

Dimensions: 230 x 71 x 44 mm

n

Installation: in suspended ceiling or technical cabinet

+ 35°C + 35°C+ 35°C+ 35°C + 35°C + 35°C + 35°C + 35°C 0°C

230 VA 110 VA

0°C

0°C

500 W 250 W

0°C

0°C

2A

0°C

+

0°C 0°C

1000 W 500 W

4.3 A

500 VA 250 VA

2A

+

500 VA 250 VA

+ ++ + + + + + + ++

2A

500 VA 250 VA

2A

+

+ +

500 VA 250 VA

Remote control module for luminaires or bedhead strips for controlling 4 lighting outputs Cat. No. 0 783 77 Compatible with hand-held remote control unit Cat. No. 0 782 02.

OFF

C 10

0 782 45/47

0 782 02

0 782 02

22

2A

1 x 500 VA 1 x 250 VA

2A

Remote control module for luminaires or bedhead strips for controlling 2 lighting outputs and roller blinds with mechanical stop Cat. No. 0 783 78 Compatible with hand-held remote control unit Cat. No. 0 782 03. L1 L2 L3 N

OFF

C 10

C 10

10 A max

0 782 45/47 1

1 2

CH.1

1

3

1

6 5

0 782 03

4

10 A max

O

1

8 7

I

Remote control module for roller blinds and for luminaires or bedhead strips for controlling 2 lighting outputs: room lighting dimmer, reading light ON/OFF and roller blinds Cat. No. 0 783 79 Compatible with hand-held remote control unit Cat. No. 0 782 03. L1 L2 L3 N

OFF

< 1.5 s C 10

< 1.5 s

0 782 45/47

C 10

L

1 10 A max input L

1

or

DA-DA (DALI)

1

CH.1

> 1.5 s

2 1

1

6 5 10 A max

4 O

I

> 1.5 s

3

0 782 03 1

8 7

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0 766 64: BATHROOM CALL PULL-CORD (18W10)  athroom call unit with vertical pull-cord button and integrated B LED indicator. Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

n

Consumption: 0.8 W

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Dimensions: 82 x 82 x 43 mm

n

n

Installation: - surface-mounted with box Cat. No. 0 802 81 - flush-mounted in 1-gang (2 modules) flush-mounting box depth 40 mm Cat No. 0 819 41 or 0 801 41 Antibacterial

Connection

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 B

Bathroom call unit Cat. No. 0 766 64 R

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

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9 804 12: SPARE PART FOR BATHROOM CALL PULL‑CORD Spare cord in case one breaks or is lost. Technical characteristics n

Antibacterial

n

Length 1.5 m

0 766 72: DOUBLE DISPLAY CORRIDOR OVERDOOR LIGHT UNIT Double indicator (red/white).

Connection

Displays calls and nurse presence in the corridor. With long-life LEDs. Caution: only this catalogue number is compatible with the Mosaic system.

Corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72 B

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

n

Consumption: 1.2 W

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Dimensions: 82 x 82 x 43 mm

n

R

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Installation: - surface-mounted with box Cat. No. 0 802 81 - flush-mounted in 1-gang (2 modules) flush-mounting box depth 40 mm Cat No. 0 819 41 or 0 801 41

B

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

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0 766 71: CALL TRANSFER UNIT FOR CORRIDORS

0 766 42: ELECTRONIC BUZZER

Transfers calls from a ward into the corridor.

Audible call transfer from a ward.

Technical characteristics

Technical characteristics

n

Power supply: 27 V= (via indicator power supply)

n

Power supply: 27 V= (via power supply Cat. No. 0 035 67)

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Consumption: 9 mA

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Operating temperature: -10°C to +55°C

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Dimensions (H x W): 82 x 82 mm

n

Protection index: IP 41-IK 05

Installation: - in 1-gang flush-mounting box - surface-mounted with box Cat. No. 0 802 81

n

Sound level: 80 dB(A) at 1 m

n

Overall dimensions (H x W): 45 x 45 mm

n

Flush-mounted wall installation in 1-gang screw flushmounting box

Cat. No. 0 802 51

Cat. No. 0 787 22

Surface-mounted wall installation with box Cat. No. 0 802 81

Cat. No. 0 802 51

Cat. No. 0 787 22

26

+

0 771 50 + 0 782 07: BIOMEDICAL CALL PLUG AND SOCKET Signals the end of a cycle via an alarm on the nurse call system. For connection to portable electrical medical devices such as syringe pumps, respirators, etc. Comprises: - Socket Cat. No. 0 771 50 - Shunt plug Cat. No. 0 782 07: For biomedical alarm standby. Used with socket Cat. No. 0 771 50.

Biomedical socket connection (emergency call)

Biomedical socket Cat. No. 0 771 50

Technical characteristics n

Power supply: via door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

n

Operating temperature: 5 to 40°C

n

Storage temperature: -20 to 70°C

n

Protection index: IP 20

n

Overall dimensions (H x W): 45 x 22.5 mm

n

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

I nstallation: - in 1-gang flush-mounting box with universal Batibox support Cat. No. 0 802 51 - surface-mounted with box Cat. No. 0 802 81 and universal Batibox support Cat. No. 0 802 51 - can be installed in trunking, or in bedhead strips or trunking units

B

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

Armchair socket connection (normal call) Armchair socket Cat. No. 0 771 50

Flush-mounted wall installation in 1-gang flush-mounting box with support Cat. No. 0 802 51

R

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

Flush-mounted wall installation in 1-gang flush-mounting box with support Cat. No. 0 802 51

W

R - Red LED indicator W - White LED indicator

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OPERATING MODE

CALL + NURSE PRESENT 1 - Patient calls from room

BEEEP OR

1 The patient calls from their room by

2 The door unit indicator and the corridor

3 From the nurses' station, the nurse

4 The door unit indicator and the corridor

pressing the corded push-button or hand-held remote control unit.

acknowledges the call by pressing the mute button. The red indicator changes from flashing to steady and the buzzer stops.

overdoor light flash red slowly.

In the nurses' station, the room number lights up red and flashes slowly, and the buzzer beeps slowly.

overdoor light change from flashing red to steady red.

2 - Nurse present in the room

1 On entering the room, the nurse

signals her presence by pressing the door unit push-button.

3 - Acknowledgement of the call

1 On leaving the room, the nurse presses the door unit push-button and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

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2 The red door unit indicator goes out

and the white indicator lights up. The corridor overdoor light changes from red to white.

In the nurses' station, the red indicator goes out and the yellow indicator returns to steady state.

BATHROOM CALL + NURSE PRESENT 1 - Patient calls from bathroom

BEEEP BEEEP

1 The patient calls from the bathroom by pulling the cord.

2 The door unit indicator, the indicator in

the bathroom and the corridor overdoor light flash red quickly.

In the nurses' station, the room number is displayed, the indicator flashes red quickly and the buzzer beeps quickly.

3 Muting is not possible from the nurses' station. The nurse must go to the patient's bathroom.

2 - Nurse present in the room

1 On entering the room, the nurse

signals her presence by pressing the door unit push-button.

2 The door unit red indicator and the

corridor overdoor light go out. The door unit indicator and the corridor overdoor light come on with a steady white light.

In the nurses' station, the red indicator goes out and the yellow indicator returns to steady state.

Since bathroom calls are priority calls, the nurse must go to the room. Muting is not possible.

3 - Acknowledgement of the call

1 On leaving the room, the nurse presses the door unit push-button and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

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OPERATING MODE

CALL FOR NURSE ASSISTANCE (EMERGENCY) 1 - Patient calls from room 2 - Nurse present in the room 3 - Nurse assistance request

BEEEP BEEEP

OR 1 The patient calls from their room by pressing the corded push-button or hand-held remote control unit.

4 Muting is not possible

from the nurses' station. The nurse must go to the patient's room.

7 On leaving the room, the

nurse presses the door unit push-button and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

30

2 The door unit indicators and the

corridor overdoor light flash quickly, alternating red and white.

5 On entering the room, the

2nd nurse presses the door unit push-button.

3 In the nurses' station, the indicator flashes quickly, alternating red and yellow; the buzzer beeps quickly.

6 The door unit red indicator

and the corridor overdoor light go out. The door unit indicator and the corridor overdoor light come on with a steady white light.

In the nurses' station, the red indicator goes out and the yellow indicator returns to steady state.

NURSE PRESENT + CALL FROM ANOTHER ROOM 1 - Patient calls from room 1 2 - Nurse present in room 1 3 - Another patient calls from room 2

BEEEP BEEEP OR 1 The patient calls from

2 The door unit indicator and

3 On entering room 2, the

4 In room 1 (and in the other

room 2 by pressing the corded push-button or hand-held remote control unit.

nurse presses the door unit push-button.

5 On leaving room 1, nurse 1

presses the door unit pushbutton and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

the corridor overdoor light for room 2 flash red slowly.

In the nurses' station, room number 2 lights up red and flashes slowly, and the buzzer beeps slowly.

In room 1 (and in the other rooms in the ward where a nurse is present): the door unit indicators and corridor overdoor lights flash white slowly.

rooms in the ward where a nurse is present): the door unit indicators and corridor overdoor lights stop flashing.

In the nurses' station, room number 1 stops flashing and returns to a steady yellow light.

6 On leaving room 2, the

nurse presses the door unit push-button and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

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In the nurses' station, room number 2 goes out.

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OPERATING MODE

NURSE PRESENT + CALL FROM ANOTHER BATHROOM 1 - Patient calls from room 1 2 - Nurse present in room 1 3 - Another patient calls from bathroom 2

BEEEP BEEEP

1 The patient calls

from bathroom 2 by pulling the cord.

2 The door unit indicator, the indicator in

the bathroom and the corridor overdoor light flash red quickly.

In the nurses' station, the room number is displayed, the indicator flashes red quickly and the buzzer beeps quickly.

In room 1 (and in the other rooms in the ward where a nurse is present): the door unit indicators and corridor overdoor lights flash white quickly.

3 On entering room 2, 4 In room 1 (and in the other rooms in the the nurse presses the door unit pushbutton.

5 On leaving room 1,

nurse 1 presses the door unit pushbutton and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

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ward where a nurse is present): the door unit indicators and corridor overdoor lights stop flashing.

In the nurses' station, room number 1 stops flashing and returns to a steady yellow light.

6 On leaving room 2,

nurse 2 presses the door unit push-button and clears the call. All the indicators and the overdoor light go out.

In the nurses' station, room number 2 goes out.

CALL PRIORITIES

PRIORITY CALL TYPE

+

CONTROL DEVICE

DISPLAY ON DOOR UNIT AND CORRIDOR OVERDOOR LIGHT

DISPLAY ON CONTROL UNIT BEEEP

Emergency call (help) from bathroom

Emergency call (help) from bedroom

MUTING FROM THE NURSE'S CONTROL UNIT(S)

BEEEP

NO

BEEEP BEEEP

OR

NO

BEEEP BEEEP

Biomedical alarm

NO

BEEEP BEEEP

Call from bathroom

NO

BEEEP Armchair call

-

YES

BEEEP Bed call

YES

OR

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NURSE CALL UNIT WIRING MOSAIC

CALL + PRESENCE INSTALLATION FOR NURSING HOMES AND RESIDENTIAL HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY Single room 2 + shower room with WC

OR 1 2 3 4

1 1 2

1

+ 2

– 3

R

4

24 V

R

3 W

2

4 W

R

Bed. 2

4-wire 4-wire

4 W

R

3 5 3

R

0 766 60

Secondary control unit

WC 3

W

2

Separate WC no. 3

R

1

Magnetic socket Cat. No. 0 782 46 + hand-held remote control unit Cat. No. 0 782 01 or socket for corded push-button Cat. No. 0 766 63 + corded push-button Cat. No. 0 783 62

3 Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 4 Double display corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 Bathroom call pull cord Cat. No. 0 766 64

Use wires with identical diameter. Recommendation: Use 0.9 mm2 SYT cable.

If there is no bathroom pull-cord, make a shunt:

R

If there is no push-button cord (same as WC no. 3), make a shunt:

R

0 782 04 B

34

R

R

B

B

0 782 04 B

Twin room 1 + shower room with WC

2

1

R

1

Connection terminal

R

3

W

1

W

R

Bed. 1

4

4-wire

2-wire 3-wire/3-direction NL 0 766 60

Main control unit 5

SOU

S TEN

SION

CHA SUR

Bed. 2

5 6-direction call display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

7

Bed. 1

6

RGE

WC 3

7 3-direction management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

6 24 V power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

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NURSE CALL UNIT WIRING MOSAIC

CALL + PRESENCE INSTALLATION WITH HAND-HAND-HELD REMOTE CONTROL UNITS AND MAGNETIC SOCKETS Single room 2 + shower room with WC

1 2 3 4

OR

12 11 10 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 1

+ 2

– 3

R

4

24 V

R

3 W

2

4 W

R

Bed. 2

4-wire 4-wire

4 W

R

3 5 3

0 766 60

WC 3

R

W

Secondary control unit

8 R

1

Separate WC no. 3

Socket + hand-held remote control unit for call Cat. Nos. 0 782 41/46 + 0 782 01 or socket + hand-held remote control unit for call Cat. Nos. 0 782 45/47 + 0 782 02/03

3 Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 4 Double display corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 Bathroom call pull cord Cat. No. 0 766 64

Use wires with identical diameter. Recommendation: Use 0.9 mm2 SYT cable.

If there is no bathroom pull-cord, make a shunt:

R

If there is no push-button cord (same as WC no. 3), make a shunt:

R

0 782 04 B

36

R

R

B

B

0 782 04 B

Twin room 1 + shower room with WC

2 1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

R

1

1

Connection terminal

R

3

W

1

W

R

Bed. 1

4

4-wire

2-wire 3-wire/3-way NL 0 766 60

Main control unit 5

SOU

S TEN

SION

CHA SUR

RGE

7

Bed. 2

Bed. 1

6

5 6-direction call display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

7 3-direction management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

6 24 V power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

8 WC call unit Cat. No. 0 766 85

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WC 3

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NURSE CALL UNIT WIRING MOSAIC

CALL + PRESENCE INSTALLATION WITH CALL VIA PUSH-BUTTON WITH INDICATOR AND INFORMATION TRANSFER Single room 2 + shower room with WC R

1 2 8

OR

R

R

R

3 W

N

L W

R

Bed. 2

4

2

4-wire 4-wire

4

1

B

R

10

3

5 0 766 60

R

Secondary control unit

W

9

Separate WC No. 3 1

R

1 Bedhead or WC call unit Cat. No. 0 766 85

3 Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04

2 Bathroom call pull cord Cat. No. 0 766 64

4 Double display corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

Use wires with identical diameter. Recommendation: Use 0.9 mm2 SYT cable.

If there is no bathroom pull-cord, make a shunt:

R

If there is no push-button cord (same as WC no. 3), make a shunt:

R

0 782 04 B

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R

R

B

B

0 782 04 B

Twin room 1 + shower room with WC R

R

R

1

1

1

Connection

2

R

3

W R

1

W

R

Bed. 1

4

4-wire

2-wire NL 0 766 60

3-wire/3-direction Main 5 control unit

SOU

S TEN

SION

CHA SUR

Bed. 2

7

Bed. 1

6

RGE

WC 3

Electronic buzzer Cat. No. 0 766 42 or Call only corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 71

5 6-direction call display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

8

6 24 V power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

9 24 V= solid state relay with 1 module

7 3-direction management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

10 Auxiliary power supply Cat. No. 0 035 67

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BED + ARMCHAIR CALL + PRESENCE INSTALLATION FOR NURSING HOMES AND RESIDENTIAL HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY Single room 2 + shower room with WC

OR 1 2 3 4

1 10

1

2 1

+ 2

– 3

R

4

24 V

Connection terminal

3

R

W

2

4 W

R

Bed. 2

4-wire 4-wire

4 W

R

3 5 3

R

0 766 60

Secondary control unit

W

WC 3

8 R

1

WC separate no. 3

Socket + hand-held remote control unit for call Cat. Nos. 0 782 41/46 + 0 782 01 or socket for corded push-button Cat. No. 0 766 63 + corded push-button Cat. No. 0 783 62

3 Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 4 Double display corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 Bathroom call pull cord Cat. No. 0 766 64

Use wires with identical diameter. Recommendation: Use 0.9 mm2 SYT cable.

If there is no bathroom pull-cord, make a shunt:

R

If there is no push-button cord (same as WC no. 3), make a shunt:

R

0 782 04 B

40

R

R

B

B

0 782 04 B

WITH DECT INTERFACE (INTEGRATED TRACEABILITY) Twin room 1 + shower room with WC

2

1

R

1

Connection terminal

4-wire R

3

W

3-wire/3-direction

1

NL

W

R

Bed. 1

4

7

SOU

S TEN

SION

CHA SUR

2-wire

RGE

6

WC 3

Bed. 2

Bed. 1

ELV equipment room 0 766 60

PABX/IPBX

Main control unit 5

RS232

Common WC 3 Bed. 2 Bed. 1

Board with 16 or 32 volt-free contacts

9

DECT TERMINAL

5 6-direction call display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

8 WC call unit Cat. No. 0 766 85

6 24 V power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

9

7 3-direction management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

10 Armchair socket Cat. Nos. 0 771 50 + 0 782 07

Telephone coupler (integrated traceability) (telephony package)

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CALL + BIOMEDICAL + PRESENCE INSTALLATION FOR CLINIC AND HOSPITALS WITH CORRIDOR DISPLAY UNITS Single room 2 + shower room with WC

OR 1 2 3 4

1 10

1

2 1

+ 2

– 3

R

4

24 V

Connection terminal

NL

3

R

W

2

4 B

R

Bed. 2

4-wire 4-wire

4 W

R

3 5

M

3

R

0 766 60

Secondary control unit

W

8 R

1

Separate WC no. 3

Socket + hand-held remote control unit for call Cat. Nos. 0 782 41/46 + 0 782 01 or socket for corded push-button Cat. No. 0 766 63 + corded push-button Cat. No. 0 783 62

3 Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 4 Double display corridor overdoor light unit Cat. No. 0 766 72

2 Bathroom call pull cord Cat. No. 0 766 64

Use wires with identical diameter. Recommendation: Use 0.9 mm2 SYT cable.

If there is no bathroom pull-cord, make a shunt:

R

If there is no push-button cord (same as WC no. 3), make a shunt:

R

0 782 04 B

42

R

R

B

B

0 782 04 B

(INTEGRATED TRACEABILITY) Twin room 1 + shower room with WC

2

1

R

1

Connection terminal

4-wire R

3

W

3-wire/3-direction NL

W

R

Bed. 1

4

7

LIVE

OVE

2-wire

AD RLO

6

WC 3

Bed. 2

Bed. 1

ELV equipment room 0 766 60

PABX/ipbx

Main control unit

5

RS232

Common WC 3 Bed. 2 Bed. 1

Board with 16 or 32 volt-free contacts

9

DECT TERMINAL

5 6-direction call display unit Cat. No. 0 766 60

8 WC call unit Cat. No. 0 766 85

6 24 V power supply Cat. No. 0 782 89

9

7 3-direction management module Cat. No. 0 782 12

10 Biomedical alarm Cat. Nos. 0 771 50 + 0 782 07

Telephone coupler (integrated traceability) (telephony package)

PRESENTATION AND INSTALLATION OF DEVICES

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230 V CABLE FOR PATIENT CALL + CORRIDOR DISPLAY UNITS AND IP NETWORK CABLING Cat. 5e FTP patch cord

Ward cabinet

24 V

N

L

0 782 89

0 782 12

0 782 12

0 782 12

*

10 A

1 unit 16 I/O to IP

4 129 50 + 0 765 65

} 5 management modules max.

FTP patch cord Cat. 5e

Mosaic RJ45 socket Cat. No. 0 765 63 * Volt-free contact interface module with 16 I/O to IP. Supply with 24 V or PoE (check the power supply power rating).

44

90 m max.

Main cross-connect cabinet

Autocom cabinet PABX/IPBX

Cat. 5e FTP patch cord

RS232

Telephone coupler with fixed IP address

ELV equipment room

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COMMISSIONING

Ø 1

2 3

Ø 1

2 3

S1 S2 S3 C

2 3

Ø 1

Ø 1

2

Ø 1

2

Ø 1

2

Test MUST be performed with the power OFF whenever the installation is modified  CHECK BEFORE SWITCH-ON Step 1: Unplug the connector

Step 3: Test circuit 2 Ω Ω 2k Ω

Ω Ω

25 < Ω < 2500

OFF

25 < Ω < 2500

OFF Ω 2k V/Ω CM

Ø 1

2 3

Ø 1

2 3

S1 S2 S3 C

V/Ω

Ø 1 Ø 1

2 3

Ø 1

CM

2 3 2 3

ON

OR Step 2: Test circuit 1



ΩΩ

Ω 2k

Ω Ω

25 25<<ΩΩ<<2500 2500



OFF OFF ΩΩ 2k2k



Ω=



Ω=



ON 25 < Ω < 2500 0 < Ω < 500

OFF



OFF Ω V/Ω 2k CM

V/Ω V/Ω

Ω=

V/Ω

Ø 1

C CMM

ΩΩ= =∞∞

ØØ 11 22 33

Ø 1

2 3

CM

ON

2 3

Ω=

∞ ∞

ON

OR

ON Ω

2500

Ω Ω 2k



Ω 2k

0 < Ω < 500

Ω V/Ω

OFF

Ω 2k

Ø 1

V/Ω

2 3

CM



Ø 1



ON

46 Ω





25 < Ω < 2500



0 < Ω < 500

OFF

OFF C M

Ω=



Ω=



V/Ω CM

Ω=

2 3

ON

0 < Ω < 500

Ø 1

2 3

Ω Ω



25 < Ω < 2500

OFF

Ω Ω 2k

25 < Ω < 2500

OFF Ω 2k V/Ω CM V/Ω

∞ Ω= ∞ Ω=

CM

Ø 1

2 3

Ø 1

2 3

RESETTING THE MODULE ON

Step 4: Test circuit 3

ON

2500

∞ ∞

– +

R

0 < Ω < 500

OFF

Ω Ω 2k

2500

0 < Ω < 500

Ω Ω



R 14 R 25 R 36 T 14 T 25 T 36 B 14 B 25 B 36

10

8

CM

2 3

∞ Ω= ∞ – + Ω=

ON

Ω Ω OFF

Ω Ω 2k

R 14 R 25 R 36 T 14 T 25 T 36 B 14 B 25 B 36

12

11

Ø

10

55

60

1 5

50

10

– +

2

R

15 3

9 45 40

20 35

7

24V

30

25

4

5

6

24V

5s

0 < Ω < 500

0 782 12 0 < Ω < 500

0 782 12

OFF Ω 2k V/Ω CM

– +

R

CM

Ø 1

2 3

Ø 1

2 3

R 14 R 25 R 36 T 14 T 25 T 36 B 14 B 25 B 36

∞ Ω= ∞ Ω=

V/Ω

Ø

6

R

8

OR

30

0 782 12

ON



35

5s

V/Ω

Ø 1

60

40

7

24V

CM

2 3

55 50

9 45

OFF Ω 2k V/Ω

Ø 1

12

11

Ø

10

12

11 55

60

1 5

50

10

40

20 35

7

24V

0 782 12

R

R 14 R 25 R 36 T 14 T 25 T 36 B 14 B 25 B 36

Ø

15 3

9 45 8

– +

2

30

25

6

4

5

24V

5s 0 782 12

Repeat the steps for each direction 

COMMISSIONING

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R 14 R 25 R

TROUBLESHOOTING

FAULT TYPE

48

DIAGNOSTICS

The corridor overdoor light is flashing white quickly

Door unit Cat. No. 0 782 04 faulty

The corridor overdoor light is flashing red slowly

Corded push-button faulty

The corridor overdoor light is flashing red quickly

Biomedical system or bathroom pull-cord faulty

One of the room LED indicators is faintly lit and never goes out

Management module is damaged and needs to be replaced

The indicator light on hand-held remote control unit 0 782 01/02/03 does not come on

The indicator light polarity on the magnetic socket is undoubtedly the wrong way round

TROUBLESHOOTING

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