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NURSE CALLSMARTCARE NURSE CALL SYSTEMArchitectural SpecificationsPart 1 – General1.02.03.04.0SECTION 275223 - NURSE CALL SYSTEMSummary1.1This section includes nurse call system and requirements for system components including,but not limited to the following:1.1.1 Host Controller and Expansion Board1.1.2 Nurse Consoles1.1.3 Dome/Zone Lights1.1.4 Room Devices1.1.5 Power Supplies1.1.6 Remote Notification Equipment1.1.7 SoftwareScope of Work2.1Provide labor, materials, equipment, and services to provide a complete installation andrelated work as required in the Contract Documents.2.2SmartCare Nurse Call System is provided by RATH Communications.Submittals3.1Provide submittal documentation for every system component including, but not limited to:3.1.1 Equipment list3.1.2 Product literature3.1.3 Riser wiring diagrams and shop drawings3.1.4 Wiring diagram showing typical termination per device including: Host Controllerand Power Supplies, Nurse Consoles, Dome/Zone Lights, Room Devices, andRemote Notification Equipment3.1.5 System Operation Manual (User Manual)Qualifications4.1The nurse call system equipment furnished under this specification shall be of onemanufacturer and shall be equal to the SmartCare Nurse Call System that is manufactured byRATH Communications. The specific model numbers are intended to designate devicesand quality of design as well as exact operating features required. All equipment includingwire shall be designed exactly as indicated by the manufacturer’s installation instructions andshall include technical specifications.4.2User manuals shall be submitted to the nursing and maintenance staff upon completion ofinstallation. If requested, installing and/or servicing contractor shall provide operatinginstructions on the use of the system.N56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

5.06.07.0System Listings and Agency Approvals5.1The nurse call system described in this section must carry a complete and currentUnderwriters Laboratories (UL) listing, in conformance of UL standard 1069 Edition 7 andUL 2560. It must be listed as a complete system, including all system components, and proofof such listings shall be made by submitting documentation including model numbers andcopies of UL listing cards.5.2Non-UL listed systems interconnected with the nurse call system shall have theinterconnection isolated in accordance with UL 1069 and shall not defeat the UL 1069compliance.5.3All wiring and equipment associated with the UL listed nurse call system shall be electricallysupervised in accordance with UL 1069 and UL 2560.5.4The system shall meet or exceed the minimum standards issued by ANSI, TIA, and EIA. Allof the installation shall meet the provisions of the National Electrical Code (NEC), NFPA,and other applicable codes.Alternate System Proposals6.1Any proposed alternate equipment shall conform to all of the standards and operatingcharacteristics listed herein. In order to qualify as an alternate manufacturer, the followingdata shall be provided to the Architect and/or Engineer at least (10) days prior to the bid duedate.6.1.1 A written statement from the manufacturer of the substituted equipment stating thatthe equipment is in fact an equal system and conforms to the electrical and functionalperformance of the SmartCare Nurse Call Solution.6.1.2 Supply manufacturer’s name, model numbers, and (3) copies of the factoryspecification sheets of each alternate item submitted. All variations shall be clearlyindicated.6.1.3 UL 1069 and UL 2560 listing proof for all nurse call components must be provided.General Requirements7.1The contractor shall furnish and install all equipment, accessories, and cabling in accordancewith specifications and applicable drawings provided by the manufacturer or authorizeddealer.PART 2 – SYSTEM DETAILS1.02.0System Architecture1.1The SmartCare Nurse Call System utilizes proprietary SmartLoop Power Technology forcommunication and power of the nurse call devices. This system architecture allows forlinear wiring (daisy-chain) from Host Controller to field Smart Devices. The cabling must be24 AWG minimum in accordance with UL 1069 and meet all manufacturer’s requirements.The cabling connections must be RJ45 and terminated using a T568B pin-out.System Supervision2.1A catastrophic system failure at the Host Controller shall annunciate with both an audible andvisual indication at the System Failure Device. Location to be approved by the AHJ.2.2Smart Dome nodes shall supervise the devices connected to them and detect both open andshort conditions.N56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

2.33.0Call Cords connected to Bedside Stations shall be supervised for both connection to thestation and cord damage. Disconnection of the call cord from the Bedside Station shall resultin a cord out alarm at all designated alert devices.System Event Notification3.1Calls for assistance within a room shall be visually annunciated using 3 RBG LEDs (multicolored) on the Smart Dome Light. The LED, color of LED, and flash rate can be configuredwithin the SmartCare software.3.2Calls for assistance within a zone or wing shall be audibly and visually annunciated using asounder and 3 RBG LEDs (multi-colored) on the Zone Light. The LED, color of LED, andflash rate can be configured within the SmartCare software. The LEDs are separated withdividers to distinguish which zone the call is active on. The sounder type is programmable.3.3The system must support a check-in feature as part of the system. Check-in times areprogrammable per the request of the facility.3.4The system shall support multiple Nurse Consoles throughout the facility. The RBG LEDfor each calling location is fully programmable for color, flash rate and tone. The highestpriority calls will annunciate if multiple calls are in progress in the same calling location.3.5All patient, staff, and emergency calls must annunciate on one or more of the system’s NurseConsoles.3.6The system shall support multiple Duty Stations for remote staff areas.3.7The system shall support multiple Staff Stations for remote call annunciation as well as staffgenerated calls.3.8System shall be equipped with a single connection to a pocket paging system if requested byfacility.PART 3 – PRODUCTS1.02.0General Product Qualifications1.1The nurse call system components must be fully programmable and addressable for systemsupervision.1.2All system components (excluding: Host Controller, Expansion Boards, Nurse Consoles, andpower supplies) shall have three plate finish options; Stainless Steel, white GE LEXAN, andivory GE LEXAN.1.3All devices shall connect to system via RJ45 connection.1.4All devices shall fit to standard gang sizes (excluding: Host Controller, Expansion Boards,power supplies, and Nurse Console).1.5Every component on the system shall be labeled with UL stickers including model numbers.Host Controller2.1The nurse call system shall be designed to have one or more UL 1069 and UL 2560 listedLED nurse consoles. The system shall communicate via a data bus with addressable roomdome lights which receive and process calls from patient, emergency, and staff stations.2.2The nurse call system’s Nurse Console shall have three panel sizes available: 28, 56, and 112zone. Each zone shall have a dedicated RBG LED.2.3The nurse call system’s Host Controller shall be micro-processor based and fullyprogrammable. It shall be powered up using a 24vdc connection via screw terminals.N56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

2.43.04.05.0The Host Controller shall be housed in a powder coated steel enclosure with a hingedlatching door. The enclosure shall be vertical surface mounted.2.5The date/time on the system shall be adjustable by a user interface.2.6Call logging software shall be downloadable and exportable for report generation.2.7Host Controller must be programmable through a PC via Ethernet port.2.8There shall be a complete system failure output to a remote system fault indicator. Locationdetermined by AHJ.2.9There shall be a fault output that activates a remote fault indicator when there are any faultson the system. The remote indicator must have both audible and visual indication.2.10 There shall be 4 network ports for connecting to remote nurse call devices. These connectvia SmartLoop Power Technology to remote stations.2.11 There shall be an RS232 connection for a pocket paging system to be easily connected to theHost Controller.Expansion Board3.1The nurse call system Expansion Board shall be micro-processor based. It shall be poweredup using a 24vdc connection via screw terminals.3.2The Expansion Board shall be housed in a powder coated steel enclosure with a hingedlatching door. The enclosure shall be wall surface mounted.3.3There shall be a complete system failure output to a sounder and LED.3.4There shall be a fault output that tones and lights up a remote sounder when there are anyfaults on the system.3.5There shall be 4 network ports for connecting to remote nurse call devices. These connectvia SmartLoop Power Technology to remote stations.Nurse Console4.1The nurse call system shall be designed to have one or more UL 1069 and UL 2560 listedLED nurse consoles.4.2The nurse call system’s Nurse Console shall have three panel sizes available: 28, 56, and 112zones. Each zone shall have a dedicated RBG LED.4.3The Nurse Console shall be capable of being wall mounted or desk mounted. Theconstruction must be powder coated steel in white or ivory.4.4The Nurse Console shall have a customizable template for names and/or room numbers toidentify the calling locations.4.5There shall be a built-in adjustable sounder with a three-position switch for high, low andmute tone. The tone silence must be momentary and re-activate automatically with anothercall.4.6The Nurse Console shall have a power indicator LED.4.7The Nurse Console shall have a System Power Loss LED and sounder for power supervision.Duty Station5.1Shall be a wall mounted, three-gang, fully programmable, and addressable device thatprovides audible and visual annunciation.5.2The Duty Station sounder volume shall have the capability of being adjusted from high, low,and momentarily mute via a three-position toggle switch.5.3Shall include three RBG LEDs that illuminate three divided sections for designation ofcalling location and different flash rates, colors, and tone are programmable for priority.N56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

6.07.08.09.010.0Staff Station6.1Shall be a wall mounted, four-gang, fully programmable and addressable device that providesaudible and visual annunciation.6.2The Staff Station sounder shall have the capability of being adjusted from high, low, andmomentarily mute via a three-position toggle switch.6.3Shall include three RBG LEDs that illuminate three divided sections for designation ofcalling location and flash rate, color, and tone are programmable for priority.6.4The Staff Station shall have a red 1 ½’’ mushroom style push button. The button mustoperate as push to call and twist to cancel.6.5Shall have a “CALL PLACED” LED for call verification.Smart Dome Light7.1Shall be a wall or ceiling mounted, two-gang, fully programmable and addressable devicethat provides visual annunciation.7.2Shall include three RBG LEDs that illuminate three divided sections for designation ofcalling location and flash rate and color are programmable for priority.7.3Shall have a white plastic cover over LEDs to give a nice distinctive light. The light must bedesigned so that it’s visible from down the hallway or corridor.7.4Lights shall be LED. Incandescent type not acceptable.Smart Zone Light8.1Shall be wall or ceiling mounted, three gang, fully programmable and addressable device thatprovides audible and visual annunciation.8.2Shall include three RBG LEDs that illuminate three divided sections for designation ofcalling location and flash rate, color, and tone are programmable for priority.8.3Shall have a white plastic cover over LEDs to give a nice distinctive light. The light must bedesigned so that it’s visible from down the hallway or corridor.8.4Lights shall be LED. Incandescent type not acceptable.Bedside Station9.1Shall be a wall mounted, single or double gang, fully programmable and addressable device.9.2Shall have both single and dual bedside options with one or two ¼’’ jacks for call cords.Each jack (bed) must be independently identifiable on the system.9.3Shall include a “CALL PLACED” LED per ¼’’ jack.9.4Shall have a cancel button per ¼’’ jack.9.5The Bedside Stations must have a “Cord Out” notification that is identified as an emergencycall on the system. This alert must be different than that of a regular bedside call.Pull String Station10.1 Shall be a wall mounted, single gang, fully programmable and addressable device.10.2 Shall be equipped with a 6’ polyester pull string so device can be activated from the floor.10.3 Shall include a “CALL PLACED” LED.10.4 Shall use an UP (off) and DOWN (ON) slide switch for activation and cancelling of calls.10.5 Shall be available with an anti-microbial pull string.10.6 The Pull String Station must have a water-resistant option for use in a bath or shower.N56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

11.012.013.014.0Panic Button Station11.1 Shall be a wall mounted, single gang, fully programmable and addressable device.11.2 Shall have a red 1 ½’’ mushroom style push button. The button must operate as push to calland twist to cancel.11.3 Shall include a “CALL PLACED” LED.Code Blue Station12.1 Shall be a wall mounted, single gang, fully programmable and addressable device.12.2 Shall have a blue 1’’ mushroom style push button. The button must operate as push to calland push to cancel. A 5 second delay to cancel will prevent double push no calls.12.3 Shall include a “CALL PLACED” LED.Check-In Station13.1 Shall be a wall mounted, single gang, fully programmable and addressable device.13.2 Shall have a black 1/2’’ momentary push button.13.3 Shall include a “CALL PLACED” LED.13.4 The Check-In Station shall be part of a fully programmable Check-In feature on theSmartCare software and operate as follows:13.4.1 There must be a customizable 2-hour Check-In window assigned by the facility.13.4.2 When the Check-In button is pressed within the Check-In window the device willautomatically reset itself. No further action is required by resident or staff.13.4.3 If the button is not pressed within the Check-In window it will alert the staff on anyof the system notification devices chosen by the facility. The alert is cleared bypressing the Check-In button.13.5 Shall be capable of being de-activated for rooms that aren’t occupied. De-activating theCheck-In Station shall be accomplished by pressing and holding the button for 10 seconds.The LED will blink rapidly three times to ensure that it has been de-activated. Re-activationis accomplished by repeating the same motion (hold button for 10 seconds).Remote Sounder Station14.1 Shall be a wall mounted, single gang, fully programmable and addressable device.14.2 Shall have a sounder with a three-position toggle switch for tone adjustments.14.3 Device shall be used when a sounder is added to any annunciation device. Mainly used withHost Controller as remote system fault notification.PART 4 - MANUFACTURING1.0The manufacturer:RATH CommunicationsN56 W24720 North Corporate CircleSussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828Website: www.rathcommunications.comN56W24720 N. Corporate Circle Sussex, WI 53089P: 800-451-1460 F: 262-246-4828 www.rathcommunications.com05/20

4.0 Nurse Console 4.1 The nurse call system shall be designed to have one or more UL 1069 and UL 2560 listed LED nurse consoles. 4.2 The nurse call system’s Nurse Console shall have three panel sizes available: 28, 56,