Hoyles Disabled Toilet Alarm DDA Compliant
15 April 2009
Hoyles Electronic Developments have recently introduced a new addition to their range of disabled toilet alarms.
The newly launched battery powered A600B has an integral battery fault monitor to warn of impending batter failure. The recent addition compliments the long standing A600M which has optical connections to remote indicator devices.
AIDALARM kits are available in plastic or stainless steel finish and include all equipment required to create a disabled toilet alarm to satisfy the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act. Both versions are designed to be operated by either a pull cord or call button and can be reset from a button inside the toilet cubicle or from the control unit which also provides audible and visual indications.
Both versions of the Aidalarm have programmable sounder tones to suit different environments. In addition to meeting the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act there are no installation conflicts with the new Part P Building Regulation that came into force on 1st January 2005.
The kits comprise the AIDALARM control unit, pull cord, reset button and a self adhesive disabled toilet sign along with full installation instructions and is also available as a Multi-Zone System.
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