ADVANCE CARE IP
Features
ADVANCE CARE IP
Dementia Management Keypad
As pioneers in dementia monitoring, Advance Care has developed
• Alarmed sensor display
• Multiple modes of operation
• Room and Ensuite automatic light
configuration
• Control the entire room from the keypad
• Specific sensor activation capability
• Individual resident ‘Profiles’
• Room movement detection
• Out of Bed monitoring
• Room door exit
an intelligent sensor technology that helps increase the quality of
care for residents with dementia - ideally suited for those who are
unable to operate a manual call station. With an Advance Care IP
installation, facilities can move from Low Care to complete High Care
capabilities within a resident’s room with no re-wiring required - a
concept once deemed impossible.
As dementia care is a priority for all long term care providers, the
intelligent sensors that form an Advance Care Dementia Management
installation monitor potentially dangerous or preventable situations
within a room.
Multi-colour
Status LED’s
Each resident may be assigned a “profile”, which determines
parameters such as the times the resident may exit the bed and the
expected duration that they will be out of the bed (for example, if
the resident uses the ensuite in the middle of the night). Should the
resident not return to bed within the expected profile period, then
the Nurse Call System will trigger an alarm.
The Dementia Management Keypad provides multiple modes of
operation and each mode is individually programmable to meet the
needs of each resident.
Each of the sensors is programmable to recognise an alarm as
being active instantly or after a pre-determined time, to allow for
the alarm condition to be reset within a designated period. This
pre-determined period is programmable for day, night or manual
mode of operation.
Each sensor is programmable for activation between 0 and 40
minutes, to provide sufficient time for residents to exit their bed,
visit the ensuite and return.
Selectable mode
of operation
As an added security precaution, a proximity key is required to alter
the system programming on the Dementia keypad.
This product is connected via RJ45 connectors and is designed for
use with the Advance Care IP Nurse Call System as the core to a
Security Mag Key
successful Dementia Management Installation.
Code
Description
AC-IPDEM
AC-DEM/KEY
Dementia Management Keypad
Mag Key for Dementia Management Keypad
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Tender Specifications
Design Specifications
Supply and install the Dementia Management Unit where indicated on the drawings.
FeatureDescription
The flush mounted Dementia Management Unit shall be manufactured of
Height115mm
Width75mm
Depth12mm
Weight86 grams
Mounting Method
Wall surface mount
Plate
Equivalent to ClipsalTM 2000 plate
Wall Box Size
Standard Australian
HousingWall Box
Connectors RJ45
Temperature
-20oC to 50oC
Humidity Range
0 to 90%
polycarbonate plastic with a snap on cover to conceal the fixings. The administration
buttons will be constructed of polycarbonate resin thermoplastic and comply with
IP53 to ensure suitability for residential cleaning.
The system shall be capable of determining when a resident’s activities fall outside
the selected parameters, and is therefore likely to require assistance by the care
staff.
Access to the Dementia Management Unit will be restricted through the use of a
proximity key, to ensure that only trained nursing staff are permitted to alter the
system programming and/or activate/deactivate the profile.
The Dementia Management Unit consists of a Room Bus Module and a passage
mounted room profiler interface. The Room Bus Module allows for all nurse call
related connections within the room including all nurse call related Call Buttons and
room sensors. Sensors include bedroom PIR, ensuite PIR, front door, curtain PIR,
external door reed switch and enuresis sensor.
Interfacing to bedroom and ensuite lighting is to be enabled by the addition of a
Light Relay. This enables lights to be turned on automatically if the resident exits the
bed or if they enter the ensuite and turn off all the lights once they get back into bed.
Compliance
Designed to comply with:
• AS/NZS 3811 Hard Wired Patient Alarm Systems
• AS/NZS 2999 Alarm Systems for the Elderly and Other Persons at Risk
• AS/ACIF S009 Installation Requirements for Customer Cabling
• AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules
• AS/NZS CISPR22 (Class B) Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
The Dementia Management Unit has three states of operation day, night or manual
mode. Each mode is individually programmable to meet the needs of each resident.
Each of the sensors will be programmable to recognise an alarm as being active
instantly or after a predetermined period, to allow for the alarm condition to be
reset within a designated period. This predetermined period will be programmable
for day, night or manual mode of operation. Each sensor will be programmable for
activation between 0 and 40 minutes, to provide sufficient time for residents to exit
their bed, visit the ensuite and return.
The Dementia Management Unit will support four over door lights and three
outputs, for activation of internal lighting controls. Any call point activations or
sensor activations will be able to turn on any combination of over door lights and
lighting controls, to provide automatic assistance to the resident.
The Dementia Management Unit will provide a current limited 12 Volt DC Power
Supply, to provide support for third party sensors such as Reed Switches, Passive
Infrared Motion (PIR) Sensors, Bed Exit Alarms and Enuresis Sensors.
The Clipsal 2000 Series Wall Plate is a Trade Mark (TM) of Schneider Electrics.
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