Aid-Call announces new products

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Aid-Call has launched three new products to boost its successful Radio Nursecall range. The first of the new developments is the Radio Nursecall Pendant ­ a multi-channel microprocessor controlled Nursecall transmitter. The pendant has an LED call indicator and is programmable to any call level to ensure the correct response. It also has an extended battery life and is extremely easy to use. The pendant is compatible with all ATX and most Sycotec radio nursecall systems. The second new addition, which is also compatible with the Radio Nursecall system, is the AVI (Audio Visual Indicator) 3000 Over Door Light product. This product will allow call types to be identified by separate colours and audible tones: White light for a patient call; Yellow light for staff assistance; and Red light for an emergency. It also features indicators, which can be zoned and grouped to ensure a quick and effective response. The third product is the Mini-Mimic panel, which is designed for areas where large display panels are too

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