Description

The Alarm.com ADC-COS-BC23-GE is chair sensor system with Interlogix/Qolsys transmitter for secure independant homecare and senior living. The ADC-COS-BC23-GE is intelligent enough to monitor overall quality of life and provides a critical safety net. Using discreet wireless sensors throughout the client’s living area, the Alarm.com wellness suite of products grants caregivers real-time insight into each client’s current conditions as well as potential emergency problems.

With the ADC-COS-BC23-GE you are kept alert through automated phone calls, text messages, emails, and access to a securte web portal. It utilizes customized trend analysis and early detection of changes in Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) to give providers evidence-based data to support changes in levels of care, while enabling individualized support across the care continuum. Unlike emergency pendants, the ADC-COS-BC23-GE reports changes in wellness patterns.

The solution connects Interlogix/Qolsys security sensors, lights, locks, thermostats and video, as well as bed sensors, alert buttons and sensors for medicine cabinets and refrigerators, enabling discreet but comprehensive monitoring of the home. Wellness is also compatible with the latest in hands-free voice control. With Amazon Echo and Google Home, it’s easy and simple to control things around the home. Wellness’ multi-unit management service can also help professional caregivers and community staff operate more efficiently. Data-driven insights keep the staff better informed of residents’ immediate needs, and enable them to make custom recommendations that match the right level of care to each resident’s long-term needs.

Compatible with the following panels:

  • Interlogix Simon XT panel v1.2 or higher – Module firmware v144 and higher
  • Interlogix Simon XTi – Module firmware v144 and higher
  • Qolsys IQ Panel
  • Qolsys IQ Panel 2 / IQ Panel 2 Plus

Wellness Monitoring:

  • Nightime Falls
  • Sleep Patterns & Sleeplessness
  • Sedentary Lifestyles or Wandering
  • Odd & Erratic Eating Habits
  • Infrequent or Excessive Bathroom Activities
  • Medication Adherence