In a medical emergency, a nurse call unit is one of the most effective ways to notify a group that help is needed, so a coordinated response can be launched in accordance with your business' safety management plan.
Vanguard Wireless’ innovative nurse call triggers and sirens address traditional barriers to installing and using a nurse call system: they’re simple to install, simple to manage and simple to maintain – all by your own team.
Mesh nurse call units utilise a radio frequency signal to connect and communicate with the rest of the system. Our mesh units run on a long-range wireless network and dedicated radio frequency. The range of each device is about 400m to 1km (taking into account on site obstructions).
To build a network each device simply needs to sit within the range of another. With no repeaters, they allow for flexible configuration and increased reliability to ensure safety is always your priority.
There's no limit to the number of devices that can make up the network BUT you do need to be wary of obstructions - such as thick walls or floors - which can impact the connectivity of a device.
A mesh nurse call system needs a TCU (touchscreen control unit) to help manage the system. An optional smartphone app can also be integrated to allow for full system flexibility.
Another point of difference when comparing our systems against others in the market is our operating system. The centralised management and maintenance control panel is what helps remove any speculation from system management.
Utilising the Touchscreen Control Unit (TCU) and optional smartphone app (iOS and Android) system managers can:
For instances where our mesh nurse call units won't work, you need our cellular nurse call unit. CLICK HERE to learn more about our cellular option.
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