The Product is Currently used in the following Cases :
Helps with the follwing conditions:
One or two IS76 Ferrite Antennas, depending on the width of the door, will permanently generate a coded magnetic field. These antennas are connected to an IS76 Beacon Controller, which will then send back an identification code to any radio transmitter in the area.
The S37L Wristband Transmitter with Locating function will automatically detect the IS76 Person Detection Beacon’s coded magnetic field. At alarm triggering, the S37L Wristband Transmitter sends the call for help to the NurseCall Main Unit along with its identification code as well as the position of the last passed beacon. The information may be used to locate the patient that has triggered a call for help, or send an alarm as soon as a “Dementia” patient is going through a monitored door.
When passing each IS76 Person Detection Beacon, the S37L Wristband Transmitter refreshes its actual position. Therefore, the position recorded by the S37L Wristband Transmitter is always the one of the last passed beacon.
The operation of the IS76 Person Detection Beacon is supervised. An eventual operation failure (broken wire or overload) is indicated by the front panel LED and by the opening of a “normally closed” relay contact that is accessible from the terminal block. The supervision output may be connected to an RAC-type alarm transmitter which can then forward the information to the Nursecall System.