Elapsed Timers and Code Blue Timers include a three-button Timer Control Switch that controls end-user timer events.
InfoBoards can operate as an Elapsed Timer with both count up and count down options. The three-button Timer Control Switch allows a user to start, pause, stop, and reset the count events, and set an event to begin at a specific time increment. When not in an active count event, an InfoBoard displays synchronized time and general messaging.
The wiring is dependent on the type of code blue system identified below.
For code blue systems that apply a voltage to start a code blue event.
Wire the timer four pin connector RED (Positive Code Blue Input) and BLACK (Negative Code Blue Input) wires to the code blue system. Cap off the WHITE and GREEN wires separately.
An input voltage of 5-120V (AC or DC) can be used. When using DC, be sure to use the correct polarity; RED wire is positive and the BLACK wire is ground. Code Blue start/stop events are triggered by the application of voltage across the code blue input wires.
For code blue systems that use a dry contact and do not inject a voltage
Wire the timer four pin connector GREEN (Ground) and BLACK (Negative Code Blue Input) wires together and wire the WHITE (12VDC) and RED (Positive Code Blue Input) wires to the code blue system dry contact.
The Timer Control Switch is not connected to the device during shipment. The cable length can be extended up to 100 ft. (30.4 m).
Using the supplied 20 ft. (6.0 m) RJ11 cable, connect the timer to the Timer Control Switch.