Wireless Clock System London
Cleveland Hospital Central London is a brand-new private hospital in converted buildings. Andy Gill, Project Manager for main builders, Grattes, explains the benefits of using a wireless clocks system.
“Patients who were admitted to the hospital were of different age groups with varying levels of eyesight. The challenge was to have accurate time in a digital and analogue format, easily read from a distance that suited all.”
What system was installed?
The Airtime wireless clocks system was installed using mains-operated analogue, and allow clear viewing of the time, we used analogue and LCD digital clocks were used. The dual analogue/LCD clocks were used in patient rooms, and analogue 30cm clocks were installed in surgical, treatment and waiting rooms.
Repeaters were installed on each of the seven floors to enable 100% signal coverage, a transmitter with GPS was installed on floor 5, and we installed the GPS antenna on the roof. We guaranteed 100% signal coverage across the building.
“100% time accuracy with automatic seasonal time changes. The patients have time displays and part of the day in a digital and analogue format for clear visible reading.”