CareIP® Mobile offers a completely digital future-proof solution and can operate using GSM, GPRS and IP/Internet communication. CareIP® Mobile operates in three different ways:
1) GSM Only 2) IP/Internet Only 3) Both GSM and IP/Internet.
GSM – A Roaming SIM card is fitted into the device for a simple and secure installation. This enables the installation of an alarm where the client does not have a telephone line. This is a growing problem with families purchasing mobile phones for their older relatives which leads to them not requiring a fixed telephone line.
IP/ Internet* – An option to connect via the internet – this provides a second communication option, should it be required at a later date.
GSM and IP/Internet* – If the carephone is connected using the Internet and the broadband stops working, then CareIP® Mobile will automatically switch to using GSM communication providing a level of security far above traditional analogue devices.
*Dependant on Control Centre, to use IP connectivity the alarm receiving centre will require an IP protocol i.e. SCAIP
CareIP® Mobile is always online and is supported by our online web portal called i-care online which provides a comprehensive, easy-to-use overview of your deployed digital Carephones. You can silently reprogram, check signal strength or even program an alarm trigger remotely by using this portal. CareIP® Mobile units are constantly monitored via the units ‘heartbeat’ which is set to send every 2 minutes of the day. If the connection is lost a notification will automatically be sent. This helps ensure the service user is always able to raise an alarm call.
A wide choice of Telecare accessories, including radio triggers, fall sensor, bed sensor, door alarm etc… can be connected to the CareIP® Mobile Carephone to create a tailored solution to meet individual needs.
The CareIP® Mobile Carephone comes supplied with a Elliot radio trigger which has a two-way transceiver for situations where the user needs to have confirmation that the alarm has been acknowledged. When an alarm is activated the LED on the radio trigger lights up when the signal has been received. The radio trigger comes as standard with all accessories: neck cord with attachment, wrist strap, belt clip and the unique EPC (Easy Press Concept) for people with tactile disabilities as a result of medical conditions such as arthritis. The alarm trigger automatically sends information to the CareIP® Mobile relating to the battery life and range to ensure that the user is always able to make a call. The trigger is totally waterproof (IP67) and the battery can easily be changed to minimise lifetime cost and maximise efficiency.
CareIP® Mobile can also be adapted to receive power from Power Over Ethernet (PoE) (Ordered separately as an accessory)
The CareIP® Mobile ensures a secure future is assured for service providers and end users.
• Suitable for Next Generation Networks
• Easy to install
• Remote upgrade and service
• Wide selection of Telecare Accessories
• i-care® online, a web based service to monitor the status of the alarm units 24/7
• Several input/output options
• Communications security built into the protocol
• Two-way radio with high security
• Contemporary design
Power supply: Power adaptor 230VAC/7.5VDC, 1.0A
Battery, central unit: NiMH pack (4.8V)
Battery alarm: Automatic
Speech communication: VoIP (Duplex, simplex)
Radio: Dual band transceiver 869,2125 MHz and additional 868,35 MHz
Radio transmitters: Pull cord, alarm button and up to 10 wireless accessories
Inputs/outputs: 4 inputs, 3 outputs
Interface: Ethernet 10/100 Base-T 1-wire bus
Communication: IP/(SIP) GSM (triple band)
Alarm receiver: Up to 10 receivers
Protocol: CIP (SIP), SCAIP, CPC and TTNEW
Dimensions: 200 x 175 x 40 mm
Article number: 100008
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