DT7501.01: Network Interface

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  • Connects toilet alarm systems to standard IP networks
  • Allows remote devices to monitor alarm status
  • Allows remote devices to mute alarm sounder(s)
  • Compatible with Folknoll graphical workstations
  • Compatible with Folknoll remote monitoring
  • Ideal for BMS integration, alarm loggers etc.

About our Network Interface

Our vandal resistant disabled toilet alarm range offers tough, cost‑effective, BS 8300‑2:2018 and document M compliant systems suitable for public use. We supply stand‑alone toilet alarms, multiple toilet systems with remote monitoring and combined systems with disabled refuge EVC, fire telephone, building alarms, etc. Interfaces for BMS and transmission over IP are also available. Ideal for shops, offices, hotels, factories and similar locations.

The DT7501.01 network interface connects disabled toilet alarms to IP networks allowing alarm systems to communicate directly with PC based workstations etc.

Folknoll offer a range of compatible indicator panels, graphical workstations and event log PCs for monitoring system events. Alternatively, third party alarm monitoring, logging and control systems can be interfaced to our system to provide customised solutions.

Network interfaces may be also used in pairs to extend alarms over network infrastructure, reducing installation and cabling costs.


CS rail
12 V, (usually powered from battery backup system power supply)
Network connector
System/Power connector
4-way screw

Suitable for


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Nursing homes, retirement homes, warden control residences, etc.

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Factories, offices, hotels, stations, offices, schools and other public buildings.

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Police stations, prisons, courts, secure hospitals, border agencies, etc.

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