Wearables and Detectors
Numera Wearables are designed for seniors aging-in-place. Attractive comfortable design encourages usage at all hours promoting around-the-clock protection. All wearables are durable, shock and water resistant (IPx7) with long lasting battery that is care-free for years.
Numera Fall Detector Pendant (picture enclosed) with built-in accelerometers and a completely sealed design is leveraging Numera’s proprietary fall detection algorithms and fall assessment capabilities. 2GIG-F1-345 variant is compatible with the Numera PERS-4200X and 2GIG systems.
Personal Help Button (2GIG-PHB1-345) Pendant-Wristband is ideal for night use with wrist assembly option. Personal Help Button Pendant (2GIG-PHB2-345) has aesthetically-pleasing design and comes with adjustable break-away lanyard.
The Numera Safety Hub provides a home safety ecosystem: delivering user and environmental data to a user’s family and care team. The hub connects with 2GIG home sensors: 2GIG-SMKT3-345 Smoke, Heat and Freeze Detector, 2GIG-CO3 Carbon Monoxide Detector and variety of activity sensors (including 2GIG-PIR1-345, 2GIGDW10-345, and 2GIG-DW40-345) Both environmental and automatic fall detector sensors wirelessly summon help even if you can’t press the button or call for help.
The Numera PERS-4200X console comes with optional add-on capabilities. Cellular module with over-the air (OTA) programming enables wireless connection. (PERS-LTEA-4200X, PERS-LTET-4200X)
Numera Wall-mount Help Button (2GIG-WMT1-345) is a perfect accessory to complement your Numera PERS-4200X panel, Numera Libris mobile PERS system or 2GIG system. Help Button is designed to be installed and used in places where emergency calls often take place i.e. next to the bed, or in the bathroom. Help Button comes with two design options: blue shaded help button or alternate red help button. Expected range varies from 300 feet (with Libris), 500 feet (2GIG system) up to 1000 feet (with PERS-4200X) line of sight.
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