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Static Systems Group PLC, Registered Office: Heath Mill Road, Wombourne, Staffordshire, WV5 8AN, England.
Registration No. 1331299 England. VAT No. GB 101 8596 81.   Copyright 1964-2012.  All rights reserved.

Static Systems Group PLC, Registered Office: Heath Mill Road, Wombourne, Staffordshire, WV5 8AN, England.
Registration No. 1331299 England. VAT No. GB 101 8596 81.   Copyright 1964-2018.  All rights reserved.

Tel: +44 (0) 1902 895 551     E-mail: sales@staticsystems.co.uk


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Static Systems continue to innovate

Static Systems’ flagship nurse call range, ‘Fusion-IP’, continues to expand in order to support better patient care and wellbeing, whilst offering solutions that assist in optimising resources.

Additional market leading facilities have been added to ‘Aspire’, the company’s ‘wireless’ solution.  These include the convenience of bed light control direct from the patient hand unit, and options for further levels of alarm including: cardiac call, toilet call and controlled drugs cupboard indication.

Along with new features comes a newly styled 7” staff indicator and the introduction of a 16” display,  improved battery life for devices, and battery powered ‘wireless’ over door units; designed identically to ‘wired’ Fusion-IP systems.  Device enclosures have also undergone a make-over to reduce depth and improve fixing.

‘Ultima’, the company’s ‘wired’ nurse call system, delivering full and complete end-to-end IP at each bed position, is now available with additional features including call rounding and pop-up messaging as well as enhanced data capture and analytical reporting in support of improved efficiency and enhanced ward management.

Fusion-IP also supports Static’s ‘MIMic’ software to provide the benefits of smart device mobile connectivity to give annunciation and reporting for staff.  

To complement its nurse call solutions, Static has also introduced an infra-red based attack alarm solution.  The system is available standalone and, where required, can provide centralised annunciation.

“We are taking the principals of best practice and working with our systems to deliver opportunities for a more systematic uptake of new technologies and innovation that have such a crucial part to play in the health care environment of the future,” said Static’s Marketing Manager, Jennie Horrocks.

With solutions for health care ranging from low acuity environments to new sites, upgrades and temporary installations, the Fusion-IP range offers a complete family of simple to install and cost-competitive schemes.

Issued: June 2016

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Static Systems’ Aspire wireless nurse call system;
one of the company’s newly introduced
product ranges.