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The Quick Alert Cordless Chair Alarm System eliminates cords between the alarm and chair sensor pad, allowing for a peaceful environment without alarm noise near the patient.
Alerts you immediately if your patient is getting out of their chair, up to 30' away! (Range can be impacted by environmental factors.)
The long term 10" x 15" chair sensor pad is incontinence resistant and features a foam interior for comfort.
Alarm is hospital grade, with safety features making it perfect for facilities, or with those patients who are very quick to their feet.
Alarm features a status light (so you know everything is correctly working), a low battery light, a pad lost light that lets you know if the sensor pad has become disconnected in any way, tone, volume, and delay options, and a patented tamper-proof setting called Caregiver Key, allowing only the caregiver to silence the alarm. Protective cover and hanging strap are included.
Alarm operates on three (3) AA batteries (not included), or order the optional AC Adapter from the Package Options drop down box when adding to your cart (+$9.95). If you choose to add this to your package, we recommend you always keep batteries in the alarm as a backup in case you have an electrical power failure!
Alarm can function with up to two (2) cordless sensor pads. To order an additional pad, see our Related Products section at the bottom of the page.
Place the chair pad on the patient's chair, toward the back of the seat, so that when they scoot forward to get up, the alarm will sound with the caregiver.
If a cordless system with a range greater than 30' is required, see our Cordless Chair Alarm System.
Please be aware that using this system with certain types of cushions, such as memory foam, gel, air filled, or other ones designed to distribute pressure away from the body, can cause false alarm responses. When sensor pads are used on these surfaces, the cushions distribute body pressure away from the pads, which can cause the pad to think that the patient is no longer upon it, triggering an alarm. Conversely, these cushions can also cause delayed alarm issues. You may need to remove these types of cushions from the chair you wish to use with this alarm system.
(Please note, before removing a cordless pad from use and storing for any period of time, we recommend turning off the transmitter inside the pouch at the edge of the pad. This will conserve the pad's battery life. Remember to turn the transmitter back on before placing the pad back into use. Also, pads should not be folded for storage. Contact us if any assistance is needed.)
One year manufacturer warranty. Long term pads are expected to last a year and are warrantied as such. The pads should be replaced after that time. To order a new pad, see our Replacement Cordless Sensor Pads.
Manufactured by Smart Caregiver.