Automatic Pill Dispenser

Automatic medication dispenser

DAP is an electronic pillbox that reminds the user when to take their medication and supplies the intended dose.

Characteristics

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1 - 28 individual compartments

  • The 28-compartment motorized carousell rotates one position and delivers the programmed medication; Ideal for seniors and caregivers.

2 - Clock timer

  • The display has an activated program indicator (up to 6), the selected alarm type (up to 3) and the permanent clock.

3 - Developer Controls

  • The controls allow users to set the clock, set the hour / minute alarms, select the volume and tone of the audible alarm, and other parameters.

4 - Sound and light alarms

  • Audible and visual alarms, sounds and flashes up to 60 minutes, just turn the pillbox and collect the pills that will fall in the hand to turn off the alarm.

5 - Dose Indicator Ring

  • Multiple templates to indicate the daily intake. Up to 6 programs per day; Schedule the exact time of each day.

6 - Carousel compartment

  • The high capacity compartments allow 16 - 18 pills of various sizes and a maximum of 28 days of treatment.

7 - Keylock

  • Locking wrench to secure the lid and prevent opening of the lid and manipulate or alter the programmed medication, also to prevent accidental overdose.

How does it work

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The time for medication arrives

The visual and audible alarms are triggered and the pillbox rotates one position, allowing access to the compartment corresponding to the socket (all other compartments are inaccessible).

The alarms are deactivated when the DAP is picked up and dropped by dropping the tablets in the compartment. If you do not catch the pills will be ringing for a period of 60 minutes.

Programming and loading

DAP operates sequentially and advances each position (stop) in a clockwise position.

Pills are loaded starting from the first compartment following the dose guide you are using, for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 day stops.

Programation

You can program from one stop a day to 6 stops a day.

  • 1 take-a-day - will have to be recharged every 28 days. ((monthly pillbox))
  • 2 shots day - will have to be recharged every 14 days. (2 weeks)
  • 3 shots day - will have to be recharged every 9 days.
  • 4 times a day - will have to be recharged every 7 days. (weekly pillbox)
  • 5 shots day - will have to be recruited every 5 days.
  • 6 times a day - will have to be recharged every 4 days.

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