NC951 Disabled Persons
C-TEC's market-leading NC951 Disabled Persons Toilet Alarm kit includes
everything required for a BS8300 clause compliant emergency assistance
alarm (except cables and fixings).
Attractively designed, easy to install and simple to use, it allows
a distressed person to raise an alarm in the event of an emergency.
To operate, the user simply pulls the cord of a ceiling pull unit
to activate a light and sounder outside the WC.
Tried, trusted and respected by users and installers alike, the
NC951 can help building managers and service providers comply with
the requirements of BS8300, the Disability Discrimination Act, the
Care Standards Act and the English Tourism Council's National Accessibility
The NC951 is also ideal for use as a single zone emergency
assistance alarm in changing rooms, solariums, interview
rooms and reception areas.
C-TEC's NC951 Standard Disabled Persons Toilet Alarm
- An NC942B Call Controller c/w onboard
12V PSU, a volume adjustable buzzer, a zonal alarm LED
(to provide audible and visual indication of a call), a
mute/reset button (for silencing or cancelling calls) and
a volt-free relay with normally open, closed and common
contacts rated at 30Vd.c. @ 1A. It also includes a 500mA
battery back up facility that will continue to power the
system for up to 24 hours standby and 15 minutes (alarm
running time) in the event of mains failure. The controller’s
label also includes Braille text for the benefit of visually
impaired members of staff.
- An NC809DBB Remote Reset Point c/w Sounder. Designed
for use alongside the WC, the NC809DBB allows calls generated
by the ceiling pull to be cancelled at source, i.e. inside
the WC. It also features an on-board reassurance LED and
sounder (to provide audible and visual indication of an
alarm call inside the WC and to help reassure users that
help is on its way). Like the call controller, the reset
point’s label includes Braille text for ease of use
by the visually impaired.
- An NC807C Ceiling Pull incorporating
a red confidence indicator (to reassure the user that a
call has been made), a 3m cord and two red triangular pull
bangles, specially designed for ease of use by the infirm.
Note, for applications requiring more than one point of
call (for example at the WC and the wash basin), up to
three ceiling pulls can be daisychained together.
- An NC806CS Overdoor Light c/w Sounder. Used
to provide additional audible and visual indication of
an alarm call outside the WC, the NC806CS features a series
of ultra-bright LEDs in a triangular shaped diffuser making
it highly visible from a distance. Usually located directly
outside the WC above the door.
- An NC949 Disabled WC Sticker, gloss
finished in permanent vinyl featuring the universally recognisable
Disabled WC symbol.
- Easy to follow system design, installation and user instructions.
NC951 Disabled Persons Toilet Alarm Kit : Example
Also available from C-TEC: the NC951/SS stainless steel
disabled persons toilet alarm
Our stainless steel disabled persons toilet alarm kit
(the NC951/SS) comprises a plastic NC807C ceiling pull and a range
of high quality brushed stainless steel wall-mounting accessories,
making it ideal for use in all kinds of prestigious applications. It
works slightly differently to our plastic NC951 range so please download
our NC951/SS datasheet by clicking the link below.
to download our NC951/SS datasheet
DID YOU KNOW?
C-TEC also manufacture the UK's widest range of audio-frequency induction loop equipment for the hard of hearing. The Disability Discrimination Act and current Building Regulations call for communication aids for the hearing impaired in many buildings and the installation of an induction loop system is one way many organisations can help meet this requirement. If a building requires a disabled persons toilet alarm, it could well benefit from an induction loop system too. Visit our induction loop systems
product page for further information.