Yes, but not as a pre-programmed button.
Every person has their own unique zero gravity position. Having the flexibility to adjust and tilt the bed, allows for the bed user and carers to achieve the specific position.
IC333 Homecare Bed Special Feature
When the comfortable position for the user is achieved, the user or carer is then able to make incremental adjustments using Trendelenburg and Reverse Trendelenburg functions to move the pressure points along the body contours. This helps to prevent carer injuries and the frequent repositioning of someone manually. We offer FREE training workshops for Occupational Therapists and Dealers on Pressure Care – to find out more please CLICK HERE.
Yes IC333 beds have a heavy duty battery back-up. They are automatically charging when plugged into the power.
When the power fails, the battery power kicks in straight away and will provide use for 2-3 days of intermittent use.
The battery will recharge when the power supply is reconnected.
When the battery power is running low, a alarm will sound while the bed continues to operate (although slower than normal) it would need to be connected to power again urgently to recharge the battery.
With any two bed models ordered – we will usually check with you, to find out if you need these to be ‘a partner set-up’.
Any two beds put together – with a recessed surround in the centre; we call this ‘a partner set-up’.
Where two beds are together like this (with no gap between the mattresses) we need a partner diagram form.
If these are to be separate beds, we don’t need a diagram for the two separate beds.
For more information on partner set-ups – you can find it here or click here to download the information pack.