System structure
Suitable for all system sizes

Thanks to its modular system design, the Gira nurse call system 834 is suitable both for small facilities with just a few rooms and for large facilities with several residential units or wards. The Gira emergency set is also available as an independent package for equipping accessible WCs and very small systems.

Accessible WC

As an independent package of the Gira nurse call system 834, the Gira emergency set is available for equipping an accessible toilet, for example. The set consists of a call module, a pull-cord button, a switch-off button and a power supply and ensures that people in need of help can draw attention to themselves in an emergency.

Very small systems

A compact ward with only a few rooms, such as a medical practice, can be equipped with the Gira emergency set and additional pull-cord buttons, call modules and switch-off buttons (available separately).

Although the installation of very small systems is not subject to the DIN VDE 0834 standard, the standard is still used as a basis. Designers and operators of call systems are obligated to seek out any other legal requirements and to take them into consideration during the planning process as appropriate.

Large systems

If a complex installation with lots of rooms or treatment rooms is required, then a central control unit is used, which – as the higher-level unit – controls communication between up to 26 group central units. The central control unit serves as the central distributor between the various areas and is programmed accordingly. The central control unit is optionally available with pager and DECT function.

The smallest independent unit in a large system’s decentralised system is the patient’s room. Here, room terminals or room modules act as a control unit for a room and contain operating elements for triggering calls and marking presence. The other room units – such as the call buttons on the bed, the pull-cord button in the toilet and the room signal lights in the corridor – are connected to these terminals.