Waiting room call system.
Patient Calling System from Office
Waiting room


A call-to-waiting room system is similar to a paging system. The main difference between them is that the waiting room call system generally has more than one console of microphones connected in parallel.
An example for this configuration might be the one used for hospital applications. A microphone console is placed in each office and some acoustic players cover the entire waiting room.
This way doctors can call their patients directly from their desk. In case of some call overlap the system always gives priority to the first one that has taken the line.
The most used microphone console in these cases is the GT-501.

A classic waiting room call system is composed of:

Microphone consoles, from which the message is transmitted.
Power supply with auxiliary input for background music.
Power amplifiers: They provide an output level according to this type of systems and allow feeding the acoustic players distributed in the different distribution lines.
Acoustic players: There are several types of players. The selection depends on the acoustic characteristics of the enclosure in which they are to be used (eg ceiling-mounted speakers, baffles and horn speakers).

  • Waiting room call system.