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Tek-CARE®500 UL® 2560 Wireless Nurse Call System

NC474 Tek-BRIDGE Server - Tek-CARE500 UL 2560 Wireless Nurse Call System
Tek-BRIDGE® server

SF503UL Neck Lanyard Pendant & SF504UL Wristband Pendant - Tek-CARE500 UL 2560 Wireless Nurse Call System
SF503UL, SF504UL
Waterproof Pendants

SF530UL Call Station with 1/4" jack & SF301A Call Cord with 1/4" plug - Tek-CARE500 UL 2560 Wireless Nurse Call System
SF530UL Call Station with 1/4" jack,
SF301A Call Cord with 1/4" plug

SF531UL Wireless Emergency Switch & amp; SF529UL Wireless Emergency Switch with Check-In button - Tek-CARE500 Wireless Nurse Call System
SF529UL Wireless Emergency Switch
with Check-In button,
SF531UL Wireless Emergency Switch

SF515UL PIR Motion Detector - Tek-CARE500 UL 2560 Wireless Nurse Call System
SF515UL PIR Motion Detector

Now UL 2560 Listed - Tek-CARE500 Wireless Nurse Call System Tek-CARE®500 is a UL®2560 listed wireless nurse call system for use by assisted and independent living facilities. The system ensures reliable call transmission using spread spectrum technology.

Tek-CARE®500 provides senior living facilities with the most advanced security and safety available, giving residents the peace of mind and independence they deserve.

Tek-CARE®500 includes a complete selection of wireless call transmitters — including pendants, emergency switches, check-in switches, door and window monitors, and motion detectors — powered by batteries that last more than one year. Plus, all transmitters are supervised, so you always know your system is working.

The Tek-BRIDGE® server with Tek-CARE®500 software is the core of the system, keeping track of all transmitters and calls, and sending calls to staff via pagers, email, text messages, or our Tek-CARE® Mobile App for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV*. The system also maintains resident information — including photos, medical information, and contact information for relatives and physicians. All information is clearly and logically displayed on the flat-panel monitor, and calls can be automatically transmitted via phone to a central monitoring facility.

Residents wear waterproof pendants around the neck or on the wrist, allowing them the freedom to roam throughout your facility or campus knowing that help is always just a button press away. Place wireless emergency switches in baths and bedrooms for additional call locations.

The motion detector can be used as either a call alarm or an automatic check-in device. For example, choose the time period when movement is registered as a morning check-in, so that you're sure residents are up and about &mdash without disturbing their privacy.

The SF530UL Wireless Call Station with 1/4" call-cord jack gives people who are temporarily bedridden or immobile access to Tek-CARE®500 call functions.

Use our exclusive Event Monitor software to connect up to 9 additional personal computers to the Tek-CARE®500 system via the facility's network. This software provides real-time monitoring of all system activity, as well as custom system reports.

* Paging, email, text messages, and the mobile app are ancillary methods of call annunciation, and are not intended to replace the primary annunciation provided by the Tek-BRIDGE® Server.


TekTone® has designed Tek-CARE®500 to work as a system. Its Tek-BRIDGE® has been carefully designed and matched to work with Tek-CARE®500 wireless and wired peripherals. TekTone® will not warrant or support components of Tek-CARE®500 that are purchased separately unless the components are add-ons to previously sold systems. TekTone® will also not warrant or support a system that is a mix of TekTone® and Non-TekTone® parts, unless prior permission has been obtained. A site survey must be performed and submitted before ordering a Tek-CARE®500 system. In order to track our systems and to inform facilities of software upgrades, full site information (site name, address and phone number) will be required when ordering. Site information and Tek-BRIDGE® warranty numbers will also be required when requesting technical support.