LEDs Replace Incandescent Bulbs in all Provider Series Nurse Call Dome Lights

Chicago, IL - Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc. announces that all dome and corridor lights for the Provider Nurse Call line will now contain high intensity light emitting diodes (LEDs) instead of the traditional incandescent bulbs. LED lamps are rated for over 100,000 hours compared to the 1000 hours for a traditional light bulb. Hospital engineers will no longer need to spend time changing light bulbs on dome lights outside patient rooms.

Jeron designs and manufactures leading nurse call solutions such as the Provider® series. The Provider series is a comprehensive nurse call system that integrates digital duplex intercoms, infrared locators, PBX phones, wireless phones, and pocket pagers. By streamlining the communication process, Provider allows caregivers to stay in touch with their patients, and each other, while maintaining a strong focus on providing quality patient care.

In addition to the Provider nurse call systems, Jeron Electronic Systems Inc., based in Chicago, Illinois is an authority in developing and manufacturing digital intercom systems, audio-visual and tone-visual nurse call systems.

Jeron also offers a comprehensive lineup of digital duplex intercom systems, ADA-compliant intercom systems, and detention-grade emergency call systems. Jeron serves the healthcare, commercial, industrial, institutional, educational, and government marketplace with over 40 years of experience.

From its founding in 1965, Jeron has earned a solid reputation for innovative engineering, quality manufacturing, and service oriented sales support. Jeron products are manufactured in the USA at its Chicago headquarters.

For more information regarding Provider, or any of Jeron's communication solutions, contact Jeron Electronic Systems Inc. at 1743-55 West Rosehill Drive, Chicago IL, 60660
Phone: 773-275-1900 Fax: 773-275-0283 E-mail: sales@jeron.com Web: www.jeron.com or contact your regional sales manager.

Contact: Ericka Chesnul

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