Mini Wall Button for 24 hour monitoring for home safety local alerting customisable for silent alerting

A compact Mini Wall Button device, designed for easy installation and quick access to assistance when paired with the SEVEN base unit. Features user reassurance and configurable Help/Duress options.

Designed to promote independence at home.

The Mini Wall Button is a monitored device designed to promote independence. It ensures assistance can be summoned easily. When paired with the SEVEN base unit, the Mini Wall Button creates a highly reliable emergency response system.


  • Easy Installation – Adi Mini Wall Button can be secured using foam pads or screws, with no wiring required.
  • User Reassurance – Following activation and when configured for Help, the light ring around the case reassures the user that the SEVEN base unit has received the Help alert.
  • Multiple Mini Wall Buttons – Can be installed to improve access to help people who move slowly or find movement difficult.
  • Duress Option – The Mini Wall Button can be configured as a Duress Button*, providing discreet assistance for individuals dealing with unwanted callers at their door, without triggering audible or visual alerts, including the light ring.

Who is it for?

Adi Mini Wall Button is designed to provide a sense of security to those living at home or in a rest home, or social housing accommodation. These buttons are commonly installed in place of a wired nurse call system and are typically used in conjunction with a neck-worn pendant or wristwatch. Adi Mini Wall Button provides a fixed location for summoning help when paired with a SEVEN base unit, providing peace of mind for individuals and their families.

How it works

Designed for easy installation and with robust environmental protection, the Adi Mini Wall Button sends a wireless signal to the SEVEN base unit when its button is pressed. Adi can be configured to send either a Help report or a Duress report, depending on the response the individual will likely require. A Help report includes lights and sounds a loud pre-alarm and includes two-way voice via SEVEN with the responder. Duress alerts have no light or sound and enable a listen mode on SEVEN, so situations are not escalated unnecessarily while the appropriate response to the situation is arranged.

A senior pressing a small white button on a case on the wall to alert for help.

How it reports

Small form factor case

The case design is stylish and discrete, ideal for installation on a wall without attracting unwanted attention. Additionally, the case is safety compliant and waterproof to IP67 standards, providing reliability and protection against environmental factors.

Configurable Help or Duress Button Alerts

A single grey 15mm soft button in the center of the case for efficient pairing and range testing.

Button is recessed to prevent false activations, but easy to press with tactile feedback when the button is activated.

Can be configured to activate a separate ‘Help’ or ‘Duress’ alert, while the change to the Adi Mini Wall Button connection will send a report for the device type configured, i.e. Mini Wall Button.

Technical Details

Adi PCB in case, battery, magnet in case, foam pad

Adi Size (LxWxH)Weight
59 x 38 x 18mm33g


  • 0°C to 50°C (battery life may differ if not at 20°C)
  • IP67 – water-resistant (assuming that no holes have been drilled in the case for installation). 
  • Lithium coin cell. 950 mAh with a CR2477N
  • Battery Life: The battery is replaceable by an authorised person either onsite or during servicing. The estimated life is five years based on five activations per day and seven-hourly test transmissions to the base unit.
  • Warning: Unless essential for installation, do not attempt to open Adi. It contains a lithium coin cell battery that can cause severe or fatal injuries in 2 hours or less if it is swallowed or placed inside any part of the body. The battery is hazardous and is to be kept away from children (whether the battery is new or used). If you suspect someone has swallowed or inserted a coin cell battery, contact your local poison centre immediately. In Australia, call 13 11 26; in New Zealand, call 0800 764 766; in England, Scotland, and Wales, dial NHS 111/NHS 24 by calling 111; in Northern Ireland, contact your local GP; and in the Republic of Ireland, call 01 809 2166.
  • 300 metres+ typical in open air when paired with a Chiptech base unit, when at home.
  • Frequency: Australia 916MHz, New Zealand/European 869MHz.
  • Chiptech Proprietary Protocol Version 2

Adi is packaged in recycled cardboard

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