Display Panels, Pagers, Pager App and Over Door Lights
HTM4100 15-inch Display Panel
Medicare display screens are simple and aesthetic and feature a user-friendly touchscreen interface as standard.
Medicare’s 15-inch display panels include a colour backlit screen and a numeric or alphanumeric display option.
Optional functions include location map setting, sounder, user-editable information, call accept, zoning, function buttons and call logging.
MED30 Epoc IP67 Rechargable Pager
Pagers are used to alert staff while mobile around the site. It is ideal for alerting care staff while out of sight to a display panel.
Receives calls from the Medicare system via a paging transmitter (MED5). Epoc Alpha Numeric IP67 rechargeable Pager with colour screen and docking station.
Power requirements 230vac supply to plug top transformer.
MED5 Paging Transmitter
When using a paging transmitter, a HTM4200 or HTM4100 display panel must interface with the nurse call system and the paging transmitter.
Power requirements. A double, un-switched socket (not spur) is needed; this usually is geographically in the middle of the building on the 1st floor. This is where a paging transmitter and a panel can be installed. (Note: If the building is more than three storeys, then the paging transmitter will be installed geographically in the middle of the building next to a panel on the 2nd floor.)
Height 450mm with aerial and connections.
MED76 Pager App
The Medicare system goes mobile; as an alternative to Pagers, Android devices can now run the Medicare Pager App.
(Only recommended for sites with a good zero hand-over wireless system.)
The Medicare pager app is a smart way to improve efficiency within your home; the alerting can be set to either an audible tone, speech, or silence within a quiet system.
The app’s display provides both an attractive coloured banner per event and a fully descriptive text field, providing easy identification of the source of the alarm.
HTM6032 Over Door Light
Medicare’s over-door / follow-me lights are flexible, catering the option to be programmed to several different call points.
Medicare’s ODLs can be paired with a number of different call points and are controlled by wireless technology. The light will illuminate orange, green, flashing yellow, flashing red or flashing blue, depending on the call type that the paired call point has activated.
A built-in sounder is also provided, which can be optionally activated to provide a nonintrusive local audible alarm.
The lights each require a 1 gang dry line plastic back box or plastic surface mount patress to be fixed to.
Power to the over-door lights is provided by a 12-volt DC power supply unit, which is available in three different sizes depending on how many lights are required.
The power is distributed via a 2-core cable using 0.75mm stranded flexible conductors. Circuits should be wired in a Ring Circuit and allowance should be made for cable length and volt drop.