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Bed and chair alarms are indispensable tools in fall prevention strategies within healthcare settings.These devices are designed to provide real-time alerts when patients attempt to leave their beds or chairs unattended. By promptly notifying caregivers or healthcare professionals, these alarms enable immediate intervention to prevent potential falls and injuries.
They serve as an extra layer of protection for individuals with mobility issues, dementia, or those recovering from surgery. Their presence promotes patient safety, allowing healthcare providers to respond quickly, mitigate risks, and provide appropriate assistance. Overall, bed alarms and chair alarms significantly contribute to a safer and more secure healthcare environment
We measured in open-spaces and it should cover a minimum of 400 feet (122 meters). Note that indoors, the building layout and materials will affect the actual distance you can receive. Homes made from wood frames and drywall will have the best performance, and signals can pass through several walls or a different floor and still be received. Materials like concrete, brick or stone will reduce range quite a bit when compared with drywall, and a metal plate can block them completely. We recommend doing some testing to make sure it will work properly in the range that you intend to use it.
We are currently experiencing high demand, and are running at 1-2 working days for your order to be dispatched.
70% of our core range is in stock and available, and we are receiving more supplies daily. We have paused our Chilled/Fresh service until further notice. You can order from our Ambient range as usual. If a product is ‘In Stock’ on the website, we have it available in our warehouse.
We will keep you updated of any changes.
The installation of sensor pads varies depending on the type. For regular bed alarm pads, they are placed over the mattress and under a fitted sheet. Under-mattress sensor pads, on the other hand, are installed beneath the mattress. Chair alarm sensor pads can be easily placed on top of chairs, recliners, or sofas, ensuring flexibility and compatibility with different seating options.
One pager can be paired with up to 3 compatible devices at the same time, like bed and chair sensor pads or call buttons.