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   headline => protected'Remote emergency call' (21 chars)
   subheadline => protected'How does the remote emergency call work in lifts?' (49 chars)
   title => protected'Remote emergency call' (21 chars)
   description => protected'Lifts must be equipped with an emergency call system. The emergency call mus
      t be passed on to a support centre that is on duty round-the-clock.<br /><br
       />As this cannot be guaranteed in most buildings, some lift manufacturers o
      ffer a transfer of calls to a support centre that is on duty round-the-clock
      . <br /><br />Releasing trapped persons can then be arranged from this centr
      al office. Emergency calls to a central office on duty 24 hours a day are mo
      stly issued as “silent emergency calls”. <br /><br />In this case the ho
      rn signal in the shaft can be omitted.<br /><br />
' (582 chars) related => protectedTW\Twglossary\Domain\Model\Glossaryprototypepersistent entity (uid=75, pid=118) headline => protected'Panic button' (12 chars) subheadline => protected'Panic button in the lift' (24 chars) title => protected'Panic button' (12 chars) description => protected'<div>A button with yellow bell symbol in the lift cage that should be presse
         d in the event of an emergency or malfunction. As a rule, a loud acoustic si
         gnal is sounded in the hoistway if the button is pressed. The lift caretaker
          should now be notified and can take measures.<br /><br /></div> <div>Witho
         ut a <a title="Opens internal link in current window" href="t3://record?iden
         tifier=glossary&amp;uid=18">lift caretaker</a> it is possible to establish a
         n automatic connection via phone line to a counterpart if the panic button i
         s pressed. This can be for example the facility manager or the emergency cal
         l centre of a lift company.</div>
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Glossary

Remote emergency call

How does the remote emergency call work in lifts?

Lifts must be equipped with an emergency call system. The emergency call must be passed on to a support centre that is on duty round-the-clock.

As this cannot be guaranteed in most buildings, some lift manufacturers offer a transfer of calls to a support centre that is on duty round-the-clock.

Releasing trapped persons can then be arranged from this central office. Emergency calls to a central office on duty 24 hours a day are mostly issued as “silent emergency calls”.

In this case the horn signal in the shaft can be omitted.

see also : Panic button

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