Which Disabled Refuge system is right for you?

An EVC (emergency voice communication) system allows firefighters and others to communicate with one another during emergency situations. The system also allows communication with disabled persons.

It is a “System that allows voice communication in either direction between a central control point and a number of other points throughout a building or building complex, particularly in a fire emergency situation.”


Radial Wired System

The CARE2 system is a latest development, stylish, versatile and easy to use.

A radially wired emergency voice communication system built to the highest standard which provides an alternative to the well-established loop-wired Omnicare range.


Loop Wired System

OmniCare is an addressable voice communication system.

It allows disabled refuge, fire telephones, emergency/steward telephones and disabled toilet alarms to be connected to one master control panel.

System type:Radial wired
Cabling:Radial wired – 2 core
Master panels:4,8,12 or 16-way
Networkable:Yes (up to 15 remote units)
Disabled refuge:Yes
Advanced refuge:No
Firefighter telephone:Yes
Emergency telephone:Yes
Roaming telephone:Yes
Disabled toilet alarm:Yes
System type:Loop wired
Cabling:Loop wired – 4 core
Master panels:4,8,12 or 16-way
Networkable:8,1,32,48,64 or 128-way
Disabled refuge:Yes (maximum 127 remote units)
Advanced refuge:Yes
Firefighter telephone:Yes
Emergency telephone:Yes
Roaming telephone:No
Disabled toilet alarm:Yes

System comparisons

For more information about Care2 and Omnicare, take a look at the video below.

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