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 LI-484 LED(LI484LED)
   
UL Sectional Corridor Light


The LI484LED (LI-484LED) 4-LED Corridor Light provides visual indications of calls originating from patient, staff, duty, bath, emergency, presence and code call stations. Patient priority and staff presence are indicated by amber, green, red and white colored lenses.

When used with a patient or staff station, the LI484LED indicates all calls originated from that room. When used with a multipurpose or duty station, the LI484LED may be used as a zone light.

FEATURES

UL® 1069 Listed and cUL® Listed

RJ45 connections plus power & system common or header/pigtail

Snap-in colored lenses

No bulb replacement needed

Attractive, flame retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic

Excellent visibility

Supervised power lead

SPECIFICATIONS  

Dimensions: Height: 4.56" (115mm)  Width: 4.56" (115mm) Depth: 3.3" (84mm)

Power: 24-28 VDC, 120 mA

Finish: Amber, green and red lenses are flame retardant translucent polycarbonate plastic. White lens is flame-retardant translucent polystyrene plastic. All are mounted on a flame-retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic panel.

Connections: RJ45 plus power & system common (with Tek-CARE®400) and via IDC header/pigtail (with IR300 or SF380 series devices)

Housings: Standard dual gang box and ring

Required Components

Tek-CARE® NC300II Nurse Call System

IR300-, SF380-series Stations

Tek-CARE®400 Nurse Call System

IR400-, SF480-series Stations

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Architects' & Engineers' Specifications:

Corridor Lights shall be TekTone® LI-484LED or approved equal as supplied by LEE DAN®.

Corridor lights shall be sectional in design, and shall include one each amber, green and red flame-retardant translucent polycarbonate plastic lenses, and one white flame-retardant translucent polystyrene plastic lens. All lenses shall be mounted on a flame-retardant (UL® 94V-0) plastic base panel. The lenses shall be individually removable.

The lights shall provide indication of patient call priority and staff presence. Wiring connections shall be RJ45 plus power and system common, when used with the Tek-CARE®400 Nurse Call system, and via IDC header/pigtail when used with IR300- or SF380-seriese devices.

The LI-484LED shall be UL® 1069 Listed and cUL® Listed.

 

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