ARM Wireless Nurse Call
There’s no wiring so the ARM wireless nurse call system can be installed quickly and easily. It uses wireless radio communication between both the call points and the system infrastructure.
A fully supervised system, with regular transmissions between the individual call points and the system ensures continuous monitoring of the system’s functionality.
The displays show call locations with descriptive text showing up to seven levels of call, it can also provide different audible tones for different call levels. This enables staff to efficiently answer calls, making the management of resources more flexible.
Assistive Technology devices can be easily linked to the ARM nurse call system, such as Epilepsy, Enuresis or movement sensors. These devices provide automatic monitoring and activation of the nurse call system, an ideal solution to offer reassurance to both users and staff.
If calls remain unanswered for a pre-determined time, the system will escalate them to alert staff that assistance is still required.
Computer software is available for a graphical display monitor showing calls in priority order with Active Timer.
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For larger premises, more than one may be required. The MCPID has an integrated display and is designed to be situated in the nurse base area.
Displays can be zoned so that call can be re-routed at night when fewer staff are on duty.
The MCPRD differs by having a remote display, allowing the panel to be sited in an “out of the way” area such as an electrical cupboard and the display mounted at the nurse base.
Enabling managers to monitor, record, export or print management reports on all calls and response times. Night time observation rounds/regular checks can be recorded and monitored using the software.
Call Point with Air Bulb
The NAB-IR Call Point comes with an aide bulb for resident/patients without the dexterity to operate a standard pear push lead.
HCU-IR Emergency Call Unit
For areas that may require an emergency call. The unit incorporates Emergency, Assistance and Reset buttons.
Infra-Red Wrist ButtonThe wrist pendant avoids the need for long trailing pear push leads. The pendant transmits an infra red signal that is received by any call points in range.
Resident & Staff Fobs
The resident fobs works like wrist pendants, which is sometimes preferred. The staff device can be used for resetting calls and acknowledging staff presence.