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Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with Transmitter for the MPPL Pager

Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with Transmitter for the MPPL Pager
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  • Heavy-duty mat connects with MPPL Pager
  • Allows carers to detect when patient has left their bed or chair
  • Detects when pressure is applied on the mat and sounds alarm
  • Each MPPL Pager can connect up to eight floor mats

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Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with Transmitter for the MPPL Pager

To help prevent vulnerable people from wandering, floor mats are often used as a way of detecting their movement. With the Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with Transmitter for the MPPL Pager, up to eight additional mats can be connected to the pager so you can keep track of movement in different parts of the house at the same time if needed.

What's in the Box?

With your purchase you will receive:

  • 1 x Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat
  • 1 x Pressure Mat Transmitter

What Is the Non-Slip Floor Mat For?

The Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat is designed to fit under your mat beside a bed or chair, before sounding an alarm if the patient leaves the bed or chair. The Mat once stood on, will send a signal via a transmitter to a pager, which will then sound an alarm therefore alerting a loved one or carer. This allows you to prevent those with dementia from wandering off and getting lost.

What Do I Need to Use the Non-Slip Floor Mat?

To work your Non-Slip Floor Mat you need to purchase an MPPL Pager. This ensures that the signal can be passed from the mat, to the transmitter, to the pager. The device can be purchased by clicking on the link below:

How Does the Non-Slip Floor Mat Work?

The Non-Slip Floor Mat features a sensor within the mat that is placed by the side of a patients bed. When the patient stands up, the motion sensor is triggered, which will then command the transmitter to send a signal to your MPPL Pager. The MPPL Pager which can be located up to 100 metres away, will make a noise or vibration that will alert a carer or loved one.

How Easy Is the Panic Alarm Transmitter to Set Up?

The Floor Mat is extremely easy to set up, connecting to your MPPL Transmitter via a unique connecting jack that is only supplied with the MPPL Non-Slip Floor Mat. Once you have done this, the Transmitter will automatically connect with your MPPL Pager.

Understanding the MPPL Epilepsy Alarm System

The MPPL Epilepsy Alarm System is a series of pagers, monitors, sensors, transmitters and full kits that enable you to monitor people while they are asleep. It is designed for those with epilepsy, dementia and other similar diseases. Unfortunately, it can be quite difficult to get your head around, so we've created this guide for understanding your way around the MPPL System.

What Do I Need to Know Before Purchase?

The Epilepsy Alarm System features three different kinds of products. These are MPPL Pagers, Transmitters, and finally the group Switches, Buttons, Sensors and Detectors. The system works in the following way:

A sleeping person has a seizure and triggers a sensor, followed by the sensor triggering the transmitter. The transmitter sends an alert to the pager which sounds an alarm which alerts a carer or loved one.

How the MPPL Alarm System Works

Key Rules Before Purchase

  1. Your Epilepsy Alarm System must include an MPPL Pager, a Sensor and and a Transmitter to work.
  2. Before ordering a sensor on its own, please check whether it includes a Transmitter and MPPL Pager.
  3. Some of our switches, buttons, sensors and detectors are supplied with either an MPPL Pager, a transmitter, or nothing at all, so it's important to check first.
  4. If you are just after a spare part, then you don't need to worry about purchasing all three types of product again.
  5. All of our Full Kits are supplied with a Sensor, Transmitter and Pager.

The MPPL Epilepsy Alarm System

The MPPL Epilepsy Alarm System comprises of three types of product. The MPPL Pager, which is required by all products in the range, the switches, buttons, sensors and detectors that monitor the patient, and the transmitter that transmits the signal from the sensors to the pager. Below is links to our entire MPPL Range:

MPPL Pagers (Required with all MPPL Products)

  • MPPL Pager for the Epilepsy Alarm System

Transmitters - connect your "switches, buttons, sensors and detectors" to your "MPPL pagers" (MPPL Pager not included with purchase)

  • Pressure Mat Transmitter for MPPL Alarms (for use with MPPL Pressure Mats)
  • Panic Alarm Transmitter for MPPL Alarms (for use with MPPL Panic Alarm Buttons)
  • Sound Activated Transmitter for MPPL Alarms (sends an alert to your MPPL Pager when it hears sound)
  • Large Button Key Fob Transmitter for MPPL Alarm Pager (enables elderly or disabled to contact carer)

Switches, Buttons, Sensors and Detectors (please note that although some include a transmitter, an MPPL Pager is still required)

  • Easy Press Jelly Switch for MPPL Pagers
  • Easy Press Jelly Switch with Transmitter for MPPL Pagers
  • Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with Transmitter
  • MPPL Pager Alarms Signal Repeater and Booster
  • PIR Motion Detector for MPPL Pager Alarms Kit
  • Pressure Mat with Transmitter

Full Kits (all necessary parts are included with your purchase)

  • Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Mat with MPPL Pager
  • Key Fob and MPPL Alarm Pager Kit
  • Medpage Ultra Sensitive Children's Epileptic Seizure Movement Detector Alarm
  • Medpage Waterproof Panic Alarm Pendant and MPPL Pager
  • Soft Touch Chin and Facial Activation Disabled Alarm for MPPL Home Care System
  • Splash Proof Wireless Call Pendant with MPPL Pager

Do you have a question about this product or would you like to purchase it? No problem at all. Simply call us on 020 7501 0593 between 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday. 

You can also email us with your question by using the form below. A member of our helpful Customer Care Team will respond to your enquiry personally as soon as they can.

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Delivery - Free UK Mainland Delivery

This item is usually dispatched by Royal Mail 1st Class Post Signed For or better.

This item is usually dispatched the same day when ordered before 2.00pm, Monday to Friday.

The delivery expectation of 1st Class Royal Mail Signed For is 1 to 3 working days, but most packages arrive the next day. The package may require a signature upon delivery.

Please call our Medical Supplies Customer Care Team on 020 7501 0593 if you have any questions about the delivery of this item.

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