Nursecall Anti-Tamper Care Alarm


DESCRIPTION

The anti-tamper feature stops patients switching their local alarm systems off - an event that can have serious consequences or cause upset to fellow patients. This latest alarm technology can only be turned off by an infrared remote control that can be kept by the carer. The Lifemax Anti-Tamper Care Alarm works as a local alarm or can connect into a multi point Nursecall system with a suitable connecting cable. There are two alarm sounds, with adjustable volume and a silent mode for use with Nursecall systems that operate on remote alarm signalling. Designed with a tough resin case with rubberised edges for ultimate durability. It can be wall mounted or fitted to beds, chairs or wheelchairs with the two different size mounting hooks included. The system uses a code to match each remote control to the monitor and eliminates interference from other systems. A low battery indicator is incorporated. Can be used for pull cord operation or with optional sensor pads. Alarms when someone gets up out of a bed, wheelchair or chair. Loud or soft volume settings and low battery indicator. Versatile mounting base and hanger included. Tamper free reset and suspend by infrared remote control. Connect to Nursecall systems for remote alarm signalling. Suspend mode allows for patient repositioning with adjustable standby time. Reset mode puts the alarm into standby until reactivated by next use. Cable holder to prevent accidental disconnection. Two alarm sounds. Silent mode for use with remote alarm signalling Nursecall systems. 4 digit ID code to match remote control to alarm and eliminate interference. Rubberised housing for protection against damage caused by dropping on hard floors. Dual power, can use 4 AA batteries, not included, or optional mains adapter.

£76.66 ex VAT £0.00 inc VAT £91.99 inc VAT
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