Talkaphone Analog Area of Rescue System

 Regulatory Code Compliance

Talkaphone’s team of life safety experts are here to assist with your code-compliant projects. Members of the Talkaphone team will help you from start to finish to ensure you are getting the best two-way communication solution that your project requires. Our Area of Rescue solutions are fully compliant with IBC, ADAAG, ICC A117.1 Ch. 7, and NFPA 72 and can be configured to meet other local codes.

AOR-8 and AOR-16

Accommodates up to 8 or 16 Area of Rescue stations

AOR-24 and AOR-32

Accommodates up to 24 or 32 Area of Rescue stations

AOR Command Units

  • AOR stations are powered by the command unit
  • Command unit can route an emergency phone call to a 911 center or other designated location
  • On-site calling requires no outside phone lines
  • Solid LED indicates active call. Blinking LEDs indicate stations that are waiting to be answered.
  • Siren is activated when emergency call is first detected, shuts off when call has been answered
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This flush mount AOR Call Station is for use with the AOR Analog Series System


This surface mount AOR Call Station is for use with the AOR Analog Series System

AOR Call Station

  • Push button once to call, then speak hands-free
  • Two (2) LED indicators for hearing impaired (calling, answered)
  • Phone line powered: no power supply or battery backup needed
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An area of rescue must be clearly indicated with signage designating the space as an “Area of Rescue Assistance ” with directions for the use of the communication system. An AOR System must also provide two-way communication between each required location and the fire command center or a central control point location.

CI/CIC Cabling

Comtran, located in Attleboro, MA, is a leading provider of circuit integrity cable for Area of Rescue systems.

Ready to install a Talkaphone Area of Rescue System? Get in touch to discuss your specific objectives.