The Eldo247 monitoring system is designed to reduce anxiety and passively check the wellbeing of your older family members and provides an emergency alarm system.
The Eldo247 system offers a remote home monitoring system that checks that your older family member is up-and-about and moving around at home normally. By monitoring their fridge door you can know that they are eating and drinking. Their home temperature is observed to ensure they are not too hot during heatwaves or too cold in winter because, for instance, their heating is broken or they are afraid of the cost.
Optionally, we also offer a smoke detector and a flood warning sensor to detect a leaking washing machine, an accident overfilling the bath or a basement becoming wet. There is also a door open/close sensor which can be used to see if the older person has had any visitors, expected or otherwise, or has left the front door open.
All sensor value are reported back to a mobile-friendly web portal where chosen family members can review activity and configure alerts to be generated by email, SMS text or voice message when movement hasn’t been detected or sensors are activated.
Eldo247 also includes a wrist or pendant panic alarm button that initiates a speaker-phone call from the basestation to pre-set telephone numbers. These calls for help can also be triggered by touching the screen on the basestation.
This future-proof platform will also allow us to offer additional home health measurements such weight, exercise, blood pressure and glucose.
The Standard Pack is available for £199* plus a maintenance charge of less than £5/week
*Excluding VAT – exemption applies if the older person meets the HMRC criteria: a chronic medical condition that has led to some kind of disability.
When the user pushes the panic button on their pendant or wrist, a voice from the Eldo247 basestation will tell them an alarm has been raised. A speaker-phone call is placed to either a family member or professional monitoring service that has been previously setup on the website. The telephone numbers can easily be changed at any time.
Depending on the situation, the receiving party will decide the most appropriate course of action: provide reassurance over the phone, ask a neighbour to visit or call the emergency services.
By using one or more Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors and Inertia detectors, carers for the older person can be sure that they are moving around their home as normal. The sensors can be placed wherever in the house is most appropriate, in a hallway or landing, the kitchen, bathroom, lounge. Inertia sensors can detect the fridge or any other internal door being opened and closed. There is no disruptive, internal wiring required and the sensors are not cameras.
The home temperature is continuously monitored and if found to be outside the parameters set via the website (too hot or too cold), then an alert can also be set.
If the optional flood or smoke alarms are be triggered, an email, SMS text or voice alert will be sent depending on the configured settings, the person receiving the alarm can call back through the speaker phone system.