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6.00"L X 3.50"W X 17.00"H
- Auto-reset feature means it's always on and ready to protect.
- Indicator light tells you system is working and monitoring your patient.
- High/low volume switch - 80 or 90-decibel.
- Power test button verifies unit is operating correctly.
2. Press "Battery Test" button. If alarm doesn't sound check battery connection and retest.
3. Insert telephone type plug into modular connection on the side of the alarm. Thread the cord through the cable stain relief cavity and LED will flash. Make sure that there is some slack so that if the cord is tugged it doesn't put pressure on the connector. Alarm will sound. Press auto-reset button to silence alarm.
4. Before using, test the unit by pressing the palm of your hand firmly against the sensor pad. While doing this, check alarm to make certain the LED is flashing. Remove your hand. Alarm should sound. Press Auto-Reset button to silence alarm. If alarm fails to sound, make certain the telephone type plug is secure.
5. Select high or low alarm volume using the switch on right side of alarm, and select tone 1 or 2.
6. When alarm is activated by the resident leaving the wheelchair, it may be silenced by pressing the auto reset button. The alarm is now in stand-by mode. The system will automatically go into the monitoring mode when the resident is reseated. There is no on/off switch.
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