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New Yorker Electronics Broadens Medical Electronics Offerings

Posted March 03, 2017 12:00 AM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

The Audible Medical Alarms from Mallory Sonalert's broad product line are used in almost every type of medical application, from consumer handheld meters to infant monitors. Audible medical alarms are now IEC60601-1-8 approved for drug dispensers, defibrillators, dialysis, and more.


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Re: New Yorker Electronics Broadens Medical Electronics Offerings

03/04/2017 10:25 AM

Seems the IEC people just woke up on the realities of sonalerts applications!

Sonalerts has been known /used since the 60s... Widely used in most hospital environmental alarm applications! They've been used as annunciators for medical equipment alarms, nurse call systems, central monitoring stations, as well as facilities engineering systems.

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