A wall mounted call point with a large red actuator to activate an alarm call. These units are used in areas where staff or visitors may need to activate the alarm system but may not be carrying an infra-red transmitter. It is reset using a magnetic reset key.
Usually located at each bed-head, they feature a large orange button, which is used by patients when in need of assistance. Staff attending a call can raise a more urgent staff-to-staff call to summon help if necessary and a third call level, crash call, can be used for medical emergencies. They have a socket for a push-to-call extension lead (NET206) that is monitored in case the lead is pulled out from its socket inadvertently.