Wireless Solo Call with dual use Alerta Pad
Item Location: Fetcham, Surrey (Available nationally)
Listed by: Commercial Business
We have a Wireless Solo Call with dual use Alerta Pad for sale.
|This alerting system is in full working order, immaculate condition with original wrapping, instructions and never used wrist strap.
This Wireless Solo Call System with Mat alerts carers/relatives when either:
• Pressure is removed from the mat (from someone getting out of a bed or chair)
• Pressure is applied to the mat (from someone standing on it)
The transmitter comes with a wall mounting bracket and can either send an alert immediately it senses that someone has left or stood on the mat, or with a two second delay to help avoid false alarms.
The pager can pick up an alarm signal within a 30-metre range and has a choice of audio alert, vibration alert, or both. A light on the pager also flashes when there is an alert, and it also has a broken link indicator so that the carer/relative knows if contact with the transmitter has been lost or is out of range. The pager, which has a volume of 85dB, is supplied with a belt clip, an USB docking station, an 1150mm (45") cable and an integral rechargeable battery. The transmitter requires 2xAAA batteries which are not supplied.
• Detects movement (non-pressure) on a chair or bed or (with pressure) on floor
• Choice of 2 alert settings on transmitter
• Pager alarm volume: 85 dB
• Indicator light for loss of connection
• Transmitter batteries: 2xAAA (not included)
• Pager length: 95mm (3.75")
• Pager width: 62mm (2.5")
• Pager depth: 17mm (0.66")
• Transmitter length: 95mm (3.75")
• Transmitter width: 62mm (2.5")
• Transmitter depth: 17mm (0.66")
• Mat length: 760mm (30")
• Mat width: 250mm (10")
This item can be collected from Redhill (RH1) or Fetcham (KT22) in Surrey. We can also courier this item at buyer’s expense. Please contact us if you would be interested in this option.
Proceeds from the sale of this item will support the running costs of the Disability Equipment Service website and our nominated charity, currently Support Dogs.
If you have any questions then please get in touch with us.