EFT | Dispersed Alarms & Nurse Call (Telecare)

A dispersed alarm is a small portable alarm or a pendant worn by someone at the risk of fall for example. Pressing the pendent sets off an alarm enabling a relative, carer or warden to provide assistance. This generally is categorised as Telecare.

EFT Systems are an experienced provider of Telecare and dispersed alarm systems.

As a TSA (Technology Enabled Care) member, EFT are perfectly placed to provide an holistic telecare and Telehealth service.


  • Base Units
  • Personal Alarms
  • Home or personal health sensors
  • Activity Monitors
  • Bed or chair occupancy sensors
  • Bogus caller buttons
  • Carbon monoxide monitors
  • Epilepsy Sensors
  • Fall Detectors
  • Fire or smoke alarms
  • Flood detectors
  • Gas shut off valves
  • Incontinence Sensors
  • Medication management
  • Property exit sensors
  • Temperature extremes

All work in connection with our service complies with the relevant standards and legislation.


  • Local Authorities
  • Registered Social Landlords
  • BS 6804: 1986 – Code of Practice for social alarm system
  • BS 8521:2009 – Specification for dual toned multi-frequency (DTMF) signalling protocol for social alarm systems
  • BS EN 41003:2009 – particular safety requirements for equipment to be connected to telecommunication networks and \ or a cable distribution system.
  • BS 7671:2008 – regulations for electrical installation
  • BS EN 50134 – Social alarm systems
  • BS EN 50136 – Alarm Transmissions systems and equipment