The wireless switch-off button is used to cancel active calls. It is installed in the same room as the wireless pull-cord button, so that calls can only be cancelled when an assistant is actually on site.
More about the Gira wireless emergency set
The wireless switch-off button is battery powered and can therefore be installed without any cabling requirements.
If the battery power decreases over time, this is indicated by a flashing LED on the device. Only the cover needs to be removed to replace the battery.
Power can also be supplied via the wireless call module power supply. The battery then serves as a power buffer for power failures.
The wireless pull-cord button is used to initiate a call in the bathroom or WC and can even be reached from the floor thanks to its long pull cord.
The wireless call module signals that a person requires assistance via a signal light and an integrated buzzer.
The power supply provides the necessary 12 V voltage for the wireless call module.
The Gira wireless emergency set allows you to retrofit sanitary areas for disabled people with ease.