Frequently Asked Questions
INVISA-BEAM monitors use invisible beams to monitor the bed/chair of a resident/patient at risk of fall.. The patient is not disturbed by these beams and not restricted by them. If the patient starts to move from the bed or chair, the invisible beam is broken and the alarm triggered.
It saves regularly checking on the patient. Without this device, if the patient falls, they could be left on the floor unattended for sometime.
Aged Care Facilities
Patients too weak to stand
Wanderers…..just to mention a few
This standard package monitors one side of the bed
This standard package Chair monitors.
The INVISA-BEAM clamps to the bed head of most beds.
Often one unit is sufficient. If a patient exits either side of the bed then an extra bed monitor is required to cover both sides of the bed.
No With the ‘Quickstart’ Instruction Sheet, it is only a matter of minutes to set up.
No The beam is invisible.
No. It does not require a reflector – a big advantage.
No. The beam is infrared, It is not harmful to people or animals. It is not a laser.
No. The beam is only as long as the bed, so people at the end of the bed will not set off the alarm.
Only one bed monitor is required if the bed is against the wall or the patient exits from one side only.
The INVISA-BEAM Chair Monitor model is more suitable for home care and comes with its own remote alarm.
The remote alarm can be located anywhere in the home such as the kitchen or bedroom, etc.
Beside and forward of the chair so it is in line with the knees.
It can be placed near the toilet; also across doorways of exit.
INVISA-BEAM conforms with Standards
AS/ANZ 3200.1.0 and AS/ANZ 3200.1.2
IEC 60601-1 + A1 + A2 and IEC 60601-1-2
TÜV SÜD PSB Pte Ltd – Certificate SG3123
Listed medical device – ARTG Product No 173950