i2 Wireless Call Point
- Secure Digital Wireless
- Battery powered with automatic low battery check – 24 month battery life*
- Messages are sent direct to Displays and Pagers
- Lockable Wall Bracket
- No Controller Needed
- Multiple alarm levels – Call, Assist, Emergency, Reset, Sensor, Visit, Low Battery
- One press Emergency Call feature
- Pull Cord Option - For WC and bathrooms plus common areas
- 2 Auxiliary input option – e.g. Pear Push and Sensor, providing ‘Call’ and ‘Assist’ alarm levels
The i2 Call Point is part of the KAM Wireless Nursecall range, one of the most advanced, digital wireless nurse call systems available today. It provides peace of mind to residents and patients in knowing that help is only a push button away.
A unique feature to this Nurse Call is that each Call Point is intelligent and sends a call directly to Displays and Pagers. By employing distributed intelligence there is no need for a Central Control Unit. Quite simply one Call Point and one Pager or one Display is all you need to make a system.
It provides staff with essential information, alerting them to every resident or staff call with its location and urgency. Call, Assist, Emergency, Sensor, Reset, Low Battery are the alarm types the Call Point will send together with its location.
For example, "CALL : ROOM 5 - 1 Mins"
Once activated the Call Point will repeat the call until it is cancelled. This means that a nurse call alarm cannot be ignored and has to be reset in the room it has been activated. If a Call Point is active for six minutes it will automatically escalate to an Assist alarm. The Call Point will also send the amount of minutes it has been active as part of the alarm message.
The Visit function when used in conjunction with the Call Logger, will help conform to CQC guidelines in response times and night checks.
There are two Call Point variants, the CPWPC with the addition of a Pull Cord and the CPWPP which has two auxiliary inputs for a Pear Push and other devices such as Floor Sensor Mats, Bed and Chair sensors, Epileptic Monitors, Motion sensors or any other sensor that has a stereo or Mono jack plug. Adaptors are available to connect existing accessories.