Aid Call Wireless Nurse Call
A feature rich wireless nurse call system.
Although sometimes installed in new builds, the Aid Call wireless nurse call system is usually installed in care homes as a replacement for and old or failing nurse call systems.
The Aid Call system, along with all wireless nurse calls can normally be installed in a single day, there are no cables so disruption to both staff and residents is kept to a minimum.
The control panel displays all important information at a glance. All queued calls are displayed in order of importance and length of call alert. The call location is then displayed in plain text.
There are five levels of call alert; CALL, ASSIST, EMERGENCY, REMINDER and MAINTENANCE, all with distinct alarm tones. Making the system user-friendly and simple to operate.
The ATX 3000+ and ATX 4000 are basic room units allowing residents to call for assistance. Calls can be made to other staff using ASSISTANCE and/or EMERGENCY from the same room unit.
The ATX 5000, has an additional built-in screen allowing staff to see the location of the next call avoiding the need to view the main panel.
All types of room unit allow accessories such as pressure mats to be plugged in.
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It provides information such as: text addresses for call types, locations, resident/patient names, nurse/carer ID, active call list and alarm location with optional floor plan/map. The status of calls is displayed and additional information such as patient medical notes can be called up.
Two-way radio technology ensures that all calls are successfully transmitted to and from the display panels.
The ATX5000 features a screen able to show busy staff that there’s a call waiting. Saving time as it eliminates the need to revisit a panel to see the location of that next call.
It uses two-way radio technology to ensure all calls are successfully transmitted to and from the display panels.
It has all other functionality of the ATX 5000 including the ability to plug in accessories, it can also be used as a door alarm or door bell unit.
We wouldn’t recommend using these for new installations, but they work very well with older systems that were originally installed with the ATX3000 should you require additional or replacement call points.
Beside working on a different frequency and not using a two-way communication, the ATX3000 has all of the other functionality, of the ATX4000 and ATX 5000, including the ability to plug in accessories.
The ATX 3000+ can also be used as a door alarm or door bell unit.
The AVI3000 is an over door light complete with an internal sounder. When mounted above a door, it is used to highlight the location and level of a call.