NC-9000 Wireless Nurse Call System with LoRa
NC-9000 wireless nurse call system uses a 920 MHz radio transmission frequency with LoRa (Lonf Range Radio) technology
Home Environment Usage Examples
1. The system is suited to use in a multi-story high raising building.
2. The system is suited to use between buildings
3. The system is suited to use within a neighborhood. When the system is used in a residential area the wireless signal can reach up to several hundred meters.
What is LoRa?
LoRa is a low-power wide-area network technolofy which uses a 920 MHz frequency. The wireless signal range could reach up to a few killometers. NC-9000 has a several times greater signal range, therefore, repeaters may not be required. The range varies based on the network environment.
NC-9000 Transmitter Options
-Call button (NC-9000TXPB)
This is a portable nurse call button. There is a wall mount option available.
-Infrared sensor (NC-9000TXMS)
The infrared sensor detects an individual's movement. Two types of detection sensors are used effectively to detect an individual's departure from the bed, absence from the bed, and potentially hazardous locations on the bed.
-Magnet sensor (NC-9000TXMG)
When a magnet attached to the main unit separates from the main unit an alert signal is sent wirelessly.
NC-9000 Reciever Options
-Base Station Reciever (NC-9000RX)
A caregiver can be alerted by "alert" lights. sounds, or melodies (8tunes). Up to 16 different detection sensors and/or communication devices can be connected.
-Portable Reciever (NC-9000PRX)
A care giver can be alerted by an "alert" sound, or vibration. Up to 63 different detection sensors and/or communication devices can be connected.
-Alert Display Monitor/Reciever (NC-9000DRX)
Contents of alerts can be displayed on the monitor.
Facility Usage Example
-Small Multifunctional Facilities
-Assigned Living Facilities
-Geriatic Health Care Facilities, etc.