Rondish Waterproof Wireless Disabled Toilet Pull Cord Transmitter
Whether in a public toilet or designated disabled facilities, the Rondish Waterproof Wireless Disabled Toilet Pull Cord Transmitter provides peace of mind that help can be received when needed. Combining three functions into one, the transmitter features a waterproof pull cord for increased safety and longevity, alongside a call button and wireless reset button.
- 1 x Disabled Toilet Pull Cord Transmitter
Please note that the transmitter must be paired with a receiver or alarm in order for it to operate. See below for a list of compatible products.
Compatible Alarm Receivers
The Rondish transmitter can be paired with a choice of alarm receivers, ensuring you can be informed of a pulled cord in the most convenient and discreet way for your premises or establishment. The following receivers can be used alongside the Waterproof Wireless Transmitter:
Where Can the Pull Cord Transmitter Be Used?
Due to its triple-function design, the Rondish Wireless Pull Cord Transmitter can be used virtually anywhere. The waterproof design makes it ideal for use in public toilets, and is particularly suited for installation in disabled toilets to ensure that help can be received where it may be needed the most. Examples of environments where the transmitter may be used include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Public toilets e.g. shopping centres, restaurants, train stations, gyms
- Private establishments e.g. universities, schools, offices, workplaces
- Care environments e.g. hospitals, care homes, surgeries, clinics
- Disabled toilets with RADAR key access (in areas monitored by staff)
- Beside a bed to allow vulnerable individuals to call for help in the night or while resting
Is There Anywhere I Can't Use the Transmitter?
As long as the transmitter is installed in an area monitored by staff, whether in a public place or a private building, then it should be fine to use the system. It will not be suitable for use in toilets that are remotely situated and not routinely checked, such as toilets in a park or open space, as there will be nobody to receive the alert to provide assistance.
How Does the Pull Cord Transmitter Work?
The wireless transmitter is designed to be positioned near a toilet, with the cord loose so that an individual in need of assistance can easily pull it. Once the cord is pulled, an alert is sent to a compatible receiver, informing a nearby member of staff that help is required. The resent button can then be pressed after assistance has been provided so that it is ready in case of another incident.
How Do I Know the Pull Cord Is Working?
Pulling the cord will trigger the LED light on the unit, which will light up to confirm that the cord has been pulled correctly. This provides peace of mind to the individual that somebody has been alerted of the transmission.
How Safe Is the Rondish Pull Cord Transmitter?
With a waterproof design, the Rondish transmitter offers safe use in a toilet or washroom environment. It also features a wireless design, reducing the risk of trip hazards and preventing any wires from being vandalised if used in a public place.
- Pull Cord Length: 3 metres
- Operating Frequency: 433MHz
- Operating Range: 50 metres
- Transmission Power: 10dBm
- Power Supply: 2 x CR2477 lithium ion battery
- Materials: ABS
- Net Weight: 130g
- Overall Dimensions (LxWxD): 8.5 x 8.5 x 6cm