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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.

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Market-leading features introduced into wireless nurse call

Following the success of its Fusion-IP Aspire wireless nurse call solution, Static Systems Group has added additional facilities to the range to bring it more in line with those of its wired systems.

Operating within the 868 Mhz frequency for improved range, Aspire now offers many features not generally available with wireless nurse call.  These include the convenience of bedlight control direct from the patient hand unit, and options for further levels of alarm including: Cardiac Call, Toilet Call and Controlled Drugs Cupboard indication.

Further improvements include a newly styled 7” staff indicator, and the introduction of an 18” display.  Along with new indicators comes improved battery life for devices, and battery powered ‘wireless’ over door units; designed identically to other Fusion-IP systems.  

Device enclosures have undergone a make-over to reduce depth and improve fixing.  The RNIB endorsed patient hand unit and established escutcheons have been retained to provide familiarity with Static’s wired systems.

“The more involved we became with wireless nurse call, the more we realised that additional facilities were easily achievable without comprising battery life, said Richard Tew, Static Systems’ Director of Product Development.

“Development of advanced facilities for wireless was well within the capabilities of our in-house teams, with the added advantage that we could integrate the systems seamlessly with our wired solutions to provide all of the functionality centrally that users of our other systems have become used to.  This includes ‘pop-up’ messaging on third party computers, enhanced statistical management reporting; such as call response times, and remote connectivity to mobile devices.  All aiding improved efficiency.”

Aspire can operate standalone, work alongside a wired Fusion-IP system, and connect with a site’s LAN.  It is simple to install and cost-competitive making it ideal for low acuity environments or as a temporary solution for use during ward upgrades.  The fact that it shares a familiarity with other Fusion-IP solutions also makes it ideal for ward refurbishments.

Issued: February 2016

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Static Systems’ Fusion-IP Aspire offers features not generally available with wireless nurse call