The problem, right off the bat, is I know nothing about what I need.
I've done wiring and simple circuit work before and was an old Heathkit officianado in my youth, but things have changed, times have changed and I'm still in the 70's.
In each of four rooms, I'd like to have 4 to 6 push button lights/switches, that illuminate a light panel at the nursing station.
One to let them know I'm in there, two to let them know what procedure is being done, and two or more for future wish-I-had-more-lights-and-switches use.
Hi there, I'm in the planning stages of a room status system for a clinic.
There are commercial systems out there, but they are either too robust for our application, or too pricey for our budget. Panel with 4 switches and 4 leds in each exam room. Panel at reception with 4 leds for each room to display status of room.
It fully complies with the Disability Discrimination Act and it meets the NHS patient confidentiality directive.
Receptionist Master Console This unit is used to monitor the system, identify the location of staff panic alarms, issue patient tickets and to make public address announcements.
This creates a modern flat ceiling for the recessed lights.
Remove the old lighting and install recessed lights inside the raised soffit ceiling.
The Digital Patient Management System is unique as it brings together in one package many of the low voltage electronic systems required in a modern health centre or GP surgery.
It combines a patient call system with a panic alarm system; solid state voice announcement; receptionist public address system; disabled WC panic alarms; background music input; wait/enter indicators and an output to induction hearing loops.