These door entry panels and systems are designed to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
These BSTL DDA-1 door entry panels/systems are designed to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). This Act requires service providers/landlords to consider making reasonable adjustments to the features of their premises to overcome physical barriers to access. The Bell DDA panels address the varying interpretations of legislation with regards to door entry systems.
For the blind or partially sighted:
Large permanently illuminated pushbuttons are used.
For the deaf or hard of hearing;
Each panel includes two bright indicator lights. One is engraved with ‘Speak Now’ for when a call has been answered. The other engraved ‘Door Open’ for when the resident has triggered the lock release.
For wheelchair users:
There is an option for panels to have an extended length that allows operation from both able-bodied and wheelchair users at different heights
Resident or Employee facilities:
Added options include a panel-mount proximity reader for resident or employee access, a CCD camera for connection to a video telephone, and Tradesmen facilities.
For larger systems and systems incorporating any of the options mentioned above please call our sales team on 020-8361-2444.
Standard model DDA – 1 kit consists of
1 x flush mounted DDA panel with one illuminated call button in Braille and indicator lights
1 x integral speech unit (mod 61)
1 x 12v dc supply
1 x std 801 handset
1 x fail-secure lock release