Courtney Thorne Nurse Call, Economy+ Wireless System
The CT-TOUCH has a fully featured touch screen control panel that displays all important information at a glance. All queued calls are displayed in order of importance and length of call alert, with the call location displayed in plain text.
An economical alternative, the MPEP is a simple, rock solid, with a no frills display. All calls can be seen from a distance with a simple large LED numeric display. All levels of call and fault are also displayed.
The room units, CT-PPEP & CT-PCEP allow residents to call for assistance. Staff are able to call other staff using ASSISTANCE and/or EMERGENCY calls from the same room unit.
All types of room unit allow accessories such as pressure mats to be plugged in.
In addition, both ceiling pull call points for bathrooms and door alarms to alert of wanderers are available.
GD Systems have been at the forefront call technology for the caring profession, supplying and maintaining for our customer for over 20 years.
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Providing important 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 then displayed and additional information such as patient medical notes can be called up.
The display shows the call type (CALL | ASSIST | EMERGENCY) and the identity of the calling room. The display panel can act as a main call panel or as an additional slave to a touch screen offering an economical alternative for a multi panel installation.
As with most wireless call points, the CTEP Room Unit is a available in two variants – pear push for the bedside and pull cord for en-suites and WCs and generally public rooms such as lounges and dining rooms.
The ceiling pull is designed to work with a wireless call point as the ceiling pull has no reset facility. The ceiling pull would normally be mounted in an en-suite bathroom.
By using the timed disarm function, the door can be freely used, but when armed the system will alarm should the door be opened.
The Courtney Thorne neck pendant are for residents who wish to remain mobile, but may need to call for assistance. A call from the pendant is transmitted to the nearest room unit and on the the controller.