This passive infrared alarm affixes to the headboard or bed frame, allowing patient to move freely within bed. If patient attempts to leave bed, the infrared beam detects motion and sends out your choice of an alarm or chime tone.
Note: Bracket piece (depicted) is not included
Nurse Call Cable for Infrared Alarm
This nurse call cable is an accessory option for the infrared alarm, and can be used to set the alarm to "remote", which keeps the alarm unit silent in the room, but sends a signal to the nurses' station. The cable is 4 ft long.
|11/3/2012 4:07:23 PM|
|Question:||Maxinum distance between bed monitor and nurse monitor.|
|Answer:||If the facility is equipped with a nurse call system, the distance is variable. The unit would need to be purchased with the nurse call cable, which is 4ft in length, it will connect from the unit directly to the nurse call system in the patient room, which will then emit the alarm at the nurse's station instead of in room.|
|7/12/2012 9:56:35 AM|
|Question:||How and where can I get the bracket|
|Answer:||The mounting bracket is available for purchase at the following link: http://www.medical-supplies-equipment-company.com/product/ppf/id/31609/new_prod_full.asp|
|10/20/2009 6:12:07 PM|
|Question:||I need to know if this alarms volume can be adjusted from high to low. Does it have a volume switch?|
The only settings the Infrared Alarm has is the chime or alarm tone with no high-low volume settings.