Window Sensor for 24 hour monitoring for personal safety local alerting

Provides an early alert for windows opening unexpectedly.

The Adi Window Sensor is a monitored device designed to promote independence.
It supports people living in a range of lifestyle scenarios by providing an alert if a window is left open accidentally, or as an early security warning if a window is opened unexpectedly.

Each Advanced Device Interface (Adi) seamlessly integrates with the Chiptech SEVEN Base unit, offering versatile solutions for individuals in their own homes, independent care homes, or sheltered housing accommodation.

Features

  • Dual function – While the primary function of the Adi Window Sensor is to provide an indication of whether a window is open or closed and highlight a potential risk, the Adi Window Sensor also features a Help Button that can be used to summon assistance.
  • Easy installation – Adi Window Sensor and the associated magnet can be attached to the window and frame using foam pads and with no wiring required.
  • Low battery reporting – When the Window Sensor battery reaches 20% capacity, it automatically sends a report so that the battery can be proactively replaced, ensuring continuous operation.
Man at home happy and living independently with his Adi Assistive Technology Range supporting him

Who is it for?

When paired with a SEVEN base unit, Adi Window Sensor is designed to provide a sense of security for those living at home, in a rest home, or in social housing accommodation. The Window Sensor enables people with dementia or cognitive impairment to live supported and safely in the community.

The Adi Window Sensor also offers a security function for those living alone or who are concerned for their own safety, and who would benefit from a local alert from SEVEN whenever the monitored window is opened.

How it works

Designed for easy installation and with robust environmental protection, Adi Window Sensor sends a wireless signal to the SEVEN base unit to indicate if a window is open or closed.
When the magnet that is fitted to the window, moves away from the Window Sensor, the sensor will signal to SEVEN that the window is open, and when the window moves closer to the sensor it will signal to SEVEN that the window is now closed.
 

How it reports

Small form factor case

The case design is stylish and discrete, ideal for installation on a door without attracting unwanted attention. The magnet can be installed with a maximum distance of 20mm between the case, ensuring effective functionality while maintaining a subtle appearance. 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 centre 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 Window Sensor connection will send a report for the device type configured, i.e. Window Sensor.

Technical Details

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

Adi Size (LxWxH)Weight
59 x 38 x 18mm33g
  
Magnet Size (LxWxH)Weight
48 x 15 x 17mm8.8g
  

  • 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. 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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