The Cassius Sensors

The Cassius Sensors

Regular price £140.13 to pay today + £50 every 3 months

The Cassius Sensors are a great option for people who live independently but who would benefit from knowing that help can be provided if ever needed.

They are small, non-intrusive devices which monitor movements passively without the use of camera, video, or microphone.  They are wireless and detect movement, triggering alerts if there are any changes to regular activity.

Carers may use the Alcove Portal to monitor daily activity and respond quickly to any cause for concern.
Our Sensor package includes:

Door sensors
Motion sensors 
Sensors for environmental monitoring (smoke, heat, nutrition, carer activity)
Smart plugs

    Sensors require a Wi-Fi connection in the property. However, if Wi-Fi is not available 4G routers can be provided instead.

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    Key Features

    Discreet non-intrusive monitoring
    Alerts to highlight unusual activity or periods of non-activity
    Alerts to show if devices are not working or are running out of battery 
    Access to data from the day they are installed
    Ability to update, change or tweak your alerts remotely
    Battery operated
    Alcove Connect available on Android or Apple


      Examples of how the Cassius Sensors can be used include:

      Bedroom – what time the person gets up, what time they went to bed and any disturbances throughout the night

      Kitchen – How many times the user visited the kitchen to make food or a drink 

      Front door – If the user went out or received a visit from a friend, family or carer

      Non-Occupancy – When the house is vacant and for how long

      The Sensor system can be set up to send alerts to a mobile phone as a text message or through the Alcove Connect App to let a carer know if something out of the ordinary happens. 

      Who/What is it for 

      People who live alone and need a moderate monitoring system for reassurance and peace of mind

      To support people to live independently for longer

      To prevent, reduce or delay the need for additional care

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