Replacement Magnet, Clip & Cord (pkg. 5)Regular price
Replacement Magnet, Clip & Cord (pkg. 5)
Fall Alarms: How do I choose and Alarm? Personal Magnet Alarms Personal Magnet Alarms are easy to use, reliable and will suit just about every situation where a high fall risk patient needs monitoring. The pull cord clips to the patient's clothes and when the patient moves too far, the magnetic hold will disengage and sound the alarm. Alarm Monitors Alarm Monitors work in conjunction with sensor pads. They are good for low activity patient's and only trigger the alarm if their body weight is removed from the sensor pad. Once the weight is back on the pad the alarm will go off. Can be used on beds or chairs and available in three versions, Economy, Standard and Deluxe. ECONOMY: Low cost with basic functionality. STANDARD: Tone switch, mains adaptor and nurse call jack. DELUXE: All the same features as the standard with the added feature of voice record. Great for patient's who simply need a reminder to sit or lay back down, call for help or who get agitated at the sound of and alarm beeping. This simple alarm is easy to operate, allows a quick response and is reliable and economical too. It is designed to be used on chairs with the cord attached to patient's clothes so that the alarm is activated when the cord is pulled as a result of the patient starting to stand. The pull string has a 25mm (1") diameter magnet on one end and a spring-loaded metal clip on the other. The alarm triggers and the red light illuminates when the magnet is pulled away from the alarm. A spring-loaded clip is included on the unit for easy attachment to a wheelchair. Key features:
The alarm unit measures 127×51×32mm (5×2×1¼"), making it small and discreet.
Durable design doesn't need and expensive rubber protector. Passed drop test by independent lab simulating 500 drops.
A volume adjustment switch inside the battery compartment can be set at high (105dB) or low (90dB).
The included 9V battery has and extra secure fit. When the alarm is dropped, the battery does not fall out of the alarm and also, makes it more difficult for patient's to disable the alarm.
Red, low battery light flashes when battery is low.
Tool free battery door
The length of the pull cord can be adjusted up to 762mm (30") allowing flexibility on how far the patient is able to move before activating the alarm.