Cannot be switched off. This ensures the resident is attended immediately.
Alarm can only be cancelled when thebed monitor is turned off.
To charge INVISALERT®
Before using INVISALERT® for the first time, the battery must be connected. See Battery Connection below.
Use 6VDC regulated power supply provided. Do not use any other power supply!
Charging Port - Located mid-way on left hand side
To charge battery - plug power supply into power point and connect power supply to charging port. Turn power supply on at the power point.
Charging Battery – approximately 6 hours.
Battery life appears as a battery symbol in the window.
Re-charge battery daily
To program INVISALERT®
Connect power to the bed monitor
Turn the monitor on
Break the beam and alarm the monitor
Use Quick-start Program [card included] to program INVISALERT® to monitor
Special instructions forDual Beam Monitor only
INVISALERT® cancels the alarm automatically when at the bedside. No switches are used. To program the Dual Beam Monitor to INVISALERT® it must be at least 4-5m from the monitor.
TO SET ROOM+BED
Press OK - “Add BMT”
Press OK - “0000000”
Activate Alarm –
eg S/N 0000309
Scroll Room No ?
Press Right →
Scroll Bed No ?
Press OK - “ADD OK”
Press Left ← “00 MSG”
TO REMOVE BMT
Press OK - “Add BMT”
Press Dn ↓”REM BMT”
Press OK – “0000309”
Press OK – “REM OK” Press Left ← “00 MSG”
INVISA-BEAM INTERNATIONAL | Falls Prevention & Monitoring Aids
INVISA-BEAM® Monitoring Systems are aids for falls prevention from beds/chairs and also offer patient security. Invisible beams monitor the bed/chair/doorways continuously. When the patient interrupts the beam to exit the bed or chair, INVISA-BEAM® catches the very first movement and alarms the carer.
This is critical to help prevent falls and injuries. It saves nursing time and cut the high cost of falls. INVISA-BEAM® is suitable for dementia patients, sleep walkers, wanderers.
INVISA-BEAM® is a listed medical device and meets international standards. INVISA-BEAM® is manufactured in Australia and sold in Australia and New Zealand.