Gira wireless call module

With a signal light and an integrated buzzer, the wireless call module signals that someone needs help. It is mounted outside the sanitary area near the door and receives the signals from the pull switch and switch-off button fitted inside. The buzzer can be deactivated if desired.

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Minimum cabling required

The wireless call module is fed by a power supply that can simply be connected to an existing switch or socket outlet on the 230-V electricity supply.


Backup battery for power failures

The device is equipped with a backup battery that maintains functionality for up to six hours in the event of a power failure.


Technical data

Operating temperature
+5 °C to 40 °C
Storage temperature
-25 °C to 70 °C
Transmission frequency
868.35 MHz
Range
100 m (free field)
Lithium batteries
1 x CR 2, 3 V, 800 mAh

Product range

Wireless pull-cord button

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.

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Wireless switch-off button

The wireless switch-off button is used to cancel active calls and is installed in the same room as the wireless pull-cord button.

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Power supply for the wireless call module

The power supply provides the necessary 12 V voltage for the wireless call module.

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System overview

The Gira wireless emergency set allows you to retrofit sanitary areas for disabled people with ease.

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