IVI INTELLIGENT FALL DETECTOR
ANNUAL PLAN £234 ANNUALLY
IVI FALL DETECTOR
The iVi Fall Detector is sleek, stylish, technologically advanced and can be worn around your neck just like the MyAmie pendant. The main difference is that the iVi Fall Detector can detect when you suffer a fall, and will automatically send an alert call to our Care Team – there’s no need to press a button. There is also a cancel button, located just above the help button, that you can press if a false alarm is raised.
Don't worry, if you feel unwell or have any other concerns you can still push the button on the Fall Detector to call for help.
If you or the person you are purchasing for has a long term health condition or impairment they do not have to pay VAT for this service. If you select yes for VAT exemption using the drop down on the right hand side of this page no VAT will be added to your purchase price. You will need to complete a short VAT relief form which you can do by phoning Lifeline24 on 0800 999 0400. Alternatively you can simply fill in and return the VAT relief form which we will include in your customer welcome pack. If you do not qualify for VAT exemption, please select no on the right hand side of this page instead.
For further information on VAT Exemption please visit our blog. Alternatively, you can find out more on the HMRC website.
Technical Specifications of the Lifeline Vi Alarm & Pendant:
Alarm Dimensions: 58 x 38 x 14mm (LxWxD)
Alarm Weight: 25g
Radio frequency: 869.2125MHz, compliant with European Social Alarm frequency band
Radio range: Up to 100 metres (typical)
Battery life:12 months (depending on usage) - we send you a spare, so don't worry! We also get low battery alerts so you don't have to worry. If yours is running low, we will send you two spare batteries before you even realise its low!
Battery type: CR2450 3v Lithium Part Number: S1004042
Operating Temp Range: 0°C to 45°C (Storage -10°C to 50°C)
As per the manufacturers advice, 'due to the wide variety and type of falls some falls may not be detected. In the event of a fall the service user should always be advised to try and press the help button on the Fall Detector.'