CARE2 Fire Telephones​

Type A Fire Telephones for the CARE2 EVC system are robust, easy-to-use and dependable

Fire Telephone Type A Outstations for CARE2 EVC systems are available as surface mounted or flush (with a separate bezel) with red or stainless steel finishes.

CARE2 Fire Telephone Outstations have a high volume ringer, hearing aid compatible earpiece (T-coil) and LED status. These units provide a complimentary device to go with our Type B Outstations for Disabled Refuge Areas in buildings.

Fire Telephones enable two-way communication between fire officers or those responsible for the evacuation of a building during an emergency. They provide speech communication between the Fire Telephone(s) and the operator at the Control Panel. Typically a fire officer will use the telephone outstation to confirm that an area/floor level is clear of people.

CARE2 EVC system is an alternative to our popular (loop-wired) OmniCare EVC system.


Additional Features:
  • Red or stainless steel finish
  • Robust handset in heavy duty enclosure
  • Handset has a hearing aid compatible earpiece (T-coil)
  • Full duplex speech
  • Push or slot lock door versions available (door latch initiates call)
  • Conference facility – including roaming telephone handsets
  • Surface mountable (optional flush mount bezel available)
  • Can be included with any CARE2 outstation on the same panel

Other outstations available include Disabled Refuge Outstations, Steward Telephones and Emergency Assistance/Toilet Alarms.

Fire Telephone
Lock door
Red / stainless steel
130mm x 330mm x 75mm
2.5 kg

Fire Telephone
Push door
Red / stainless steel
130mm x 330mm x 75mm
2.5 kg

Bezel for flush mounting C2FT## / C2FT##
Red /stainless steel 
170mm x 370mm (c/o 136W x 336H)

Key Benefits

Safe & Compliant

British Standards BS5839-9 Code of Practice

BS5839-9 is a code of practice for those who install, maintain and commission EVC systems, giving guidance on how to install an effective system as part of a fire detection and alarm system covering all components including wireless.

British Standards BS9999 Code of Practice

BS9999 is a BSI Standards Publication providing guidance for fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings. It includes the provision of evacuation methods and placement of EVC systems.

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CARE2 Product Range

Radial Wired EVC

Expandable 4-way control console available in either black or stainless steel.

Radial Wired EVC

Add one or more of these expansion panels for larger networked systems.

Radial Wired EVC

Type B outstation. Two-way, hands-free voice communication unit for disabled refuge areas. 

Radial Wired EVC

Type A outstation. Two-way voice communication Emergency Steward Telephone, typically used where crowd control is required, such as Stadia. 

Radial Wired EVC

Type A outstation. Two-way emergency voice communication Fire Telephone, can be used by Fire Officers during the evacuation of a building. 

Radial Wired EVC

Portable Roaming Telephone handset, jack sockets and monitored enclosure.

Radial Wired EVC

Emergency Assistance Alarm solution for toilets for the CARE2 system.

Radial Wired EVC

CARE2 EVC cabling and networking information.

EVC System Options

Loop Wired EVC

OmniCare EVC system is fully expandable and networkable, enabling up to 127 outstations. The first of its kind when introduced as a combined EVC system and now leads the way with installations throughout the world.


OmniCarePLUS makes it possible to install especially large Disabled Refuge/Fire Telephone Emergency Voice Communication (EVC) systems with up to 2,048 outstations on a single loop-wired system.

Radial wired evc

CARE2 is our radial-wired EVC system featuring monitored bidirectional communication outstations and has been developed to provide an alternative EVC option to our popular loop-wired OmniCare systems.

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