Their commitment to innovation through continuous research, development and improvement, has made Intercall the best selling nurse call system in the UK. Nursecall Intercall. Acorn Fire and Security one of the UK’s leading fire alarm equipment suppliers. Nurse Call Systems are the primary emergency call system between patient or resident and caregivers in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and .

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Intercall Nurse Call Systems. The Intercall system is currently the best-selling non-speech nursecall system in the UK, and the only one to be recommended by the National Care Association. The Intercall system is easy to install with a simple two-wire system and can be retro-fitted easily to existing wiring. It is designed to be systrm user-friendly for both staff and patients alike.

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What’s more, with five call levels, programmable text, call logging and the ability to incorporate up to call points, the Intercall system is one of the most comprehensive systems on the market. Each call unit is equipped with staff presence facillity enabling staff to be located via any of the visual display units, a powerfull aid especially during the night when eystem staff are on duty.

The Liquid Crystal Display units give clear textual indication of call priority, location and the identity of the caller, together with audible indication of the call type, giving the care manager total control over every situation that arises within the home or hospital. Door Monitoring is available, whether it be for external doors or drugs cabinets. This allows controlled management or notification of egress from the building or any unauthorised access to perscribed medicins.

The main power and control unit for the Intercall system. It connects to the mains supply and incorporates full battery back up to safeguard the system in the event of a mains supply failure.

It also stores the text programming information and can be used to configure the system by simply connecting a laptop computer. An alternative power supply unit is required for larger installations and is designed to increase the permitted number of units and quantity of cable allowed on one system.


Specifically developed to give alarms from bathrooms and toilets. The unit is ceiling mounted and features a floor length cord terminated with two easy to use G loops. It also incorporates twin integral reassurance indicators, which flash to confirm a call has been generated.

Individual fuse failure LEDs are mounted on the reverse of the unit and in the event of cable fault, on one of the outputs, the ‘spur’ will be isolated without disbaling the entire cable network.

A call point is needed for every individual call location on the system. Every L unit features five levels of call, multi-colour re-assurance LED alerts and a ‘call follower’ sounder.

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The jack socket accepts inputs from a wide range of triggering devices such as pear leads, pressure mats and portable radio triggers. A magnetic reset option is also available order code LM which only allows the reset function to be activated by the use of a magnetic key.

The LM is the magnetic reset version of the standard call point. It is non-audio nnurse can generate up to 6 independent call levels indicated by the twin colour re-assurance LED.

The ‘call follower’ sounder whih is activated when the call point is in ‘staff present’ mode, alerts staff to other calls on the system. The jack socket will accept any closing contact input from pear leads, pressure mats, radio triggers and a host of other trigger devices. Designed to give clear indication and alarm at every monitoring location.

All displays work identically but can be configured on-site to operate independently. The L is used to interface an external device to the Intercall system network. The unit features three input triggers: Typical applications include telephone ring detectors, contacts from fire alarm or other control panels or input from remote contacts etc.

It may also be used to link two independent Intercall systems together to allo signalling, such that an active alarm on one system triggers a call on the other system and vice versa.

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If you need an audible alarm to attract attention, but don’t need an indication of the call location, the L is the simple solution. The sounder is similar in operation to a display unit with a multi level alarm, but has limited zoning facilities. Any assistance or emergency call on the system will over-ride the standard call tone.


A built-in relay provides normally open and normally closed ‘dry’ contacts, which can be used to trigger auxiliary devices. The unit is controlled with a key token, which performs all functions when brought near the token detection area on the front panel.

The unit also features an integral second exit timer with audible bleep and mode jumper to prevent sensitive or dangerous exit doors being permanently left open.

The Booster Power Supply unit is designed to increase the permitted number of units and qunatity of cable that an be used on any one system. Only one master power supply may be connected on any one system but several booster units may be connected as required. Booster power supply unit to be used in conjunction with and power supply units.

These are normally positioned above doors in a corridor to indicate the status of the call point s within each room. The L can also be used to monitor several call points for end of corridor indication, or as a ‘follow me’ light. Each unit is fitted with twin ultra-bright LEDs which mimic the reassurance indicator on the call points. Also available with an integral sounder alarm LS.

The Ls can also be used to monitor several call points for end of corridor indication, or as a ‘follow me’ light. The sounder mimics the LCD display sounding patterns. The L Universal System Interface is used to output system activity in three formats: Pager mode is used with the RFTX Alphanumeric paging equipment to provide alphanumeric paging output.

Installed in conjunction with door monitoring unit or call point and isolation switches.

Activates paired call point when door is opened. Its success is in its simplicity: A full dementia package is an optional extra. For use as replacement for older systems where systdm not compatible. Used to isolate monitoring devices such as PIR1 or door contact. Slave infra-red receiver which can be linked into other call points.