Emergency Alert System.

Photo Shows A Typical Installation.

The Emergency Alert System is an all-in-one 24/7 solution for the elderly or disabled. It automatically generates alarm calls if a person needs help. The Emergency System consists of a combination of sensors in the home which wirelessly link to one single base unit. Every room in the property can be covered if necessary. It is a complete integrated solution that keeps you safe twenty-four hours a day.

The Emergency Alert System is also known as the 'Active Intelligent Monitoring' (AIM) solution.  The all in one system allows you to move freely around without the need to wear a pendant alarm button. You can relax in the knowledge that you are protected, day and night. Enabling you to continue living independently at home

How the Emergency Alert System Works

The Emergency Alert System provides a scalable, ‘virtual safety net’ within your home by providing you with constant non-intrusive activity monitoring. Sensors are placed around the home to detect activity.

Activity could include walking, sitting in a chair or lying-in bed. This can be customised depending on your requirements. When no activity is detected for a continuous period (pre-programmed at 30 minutes) the system generates an alarm call to our 24hr Monitoring Centre in Ireland (or other pre-programmed location). This could be following an incident such as a trip or fall. For instance, if someone has left the bed during the night and has fallen in another room

System Design for Assisted Living .

The emergency system can be tailored from 1 bed sensor up to 10 sensors including chair sensors and PIRs. Standard pendants and fall detectors can be used in conjunction with the PIR sensors. The activity monitoring can be enabled and disabled either by using the Home/Away button ( Ie the Green sign in our out button )or remotely by the Monitoring Centre.

Typical Installation

● Telecare base unit and pendant

● 1 x ‘Active Bed Sensor’ and over mattress mat – Depending on the bed type, different mats/ribbons/weight sensors are available.

● 1 x ‘Active Chair Sensor’ and under cushion mat – Depending on the chair type, different mats/ribbons are available.

● 3 Passive Infra-Red (PIR) Detectors – Bedroom, Kitchen and bathroom required for a standard system, a maximum of 6 PIRs recommended depending on other radio peripherals connected to the telecare device (10 maximum in total). Door contacts can be used instead of a PIR in bathrooms where there may be excessive amounts of moisture

The bed occupancy sensor

The bed occupancy sensor is placed under the mattress. It can be programmed to send an alert to TASK's 24-hour monitoring centre or a carer, immediately when an individual exits the bed. Alternatively, the alarm can be set to alert only if a person does not return to bed, within a reasonable time.

The chair occupancy pad.

The chair occupancy pad is placed out of sight under the cushion of a chair. It sends an alert immediately when an individual leaves the chair, indicating a possible fall.

Active Intelligent Monitoring

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