Activation and Set Up

Step 1: Activate Libris

  1. Plug the small round end of the Power Cord into the Power Port located in the back of the Charger. Plug the large end of the Power Cord into a standard wall outlet.
  2. Place Libris into the Charger. While charging, the Cellular and Battery Indicators will be on and show your current cellular signal strength and level of battery charge.
  3. Libris will automatically turn on when placed in the Charger and will play a short start up tone, followed by a message indicating it is ready for its first use: "We are activating your personal mobile responder. We will notify you when activation is complete." Libris will automatically receive any updates and, once activated on the cellular network, will say: "Activation is now complete. We are resetting your personal mobile responder so it is ready for your use. One moment please." Allow up to a minute for Libris to restart.
  4. Libris will then play a message: "This personal mobile responder will notify your response team when it detects a fall. With one touch of the call button your response team will be available to assist you and will pinpoint your location so help can reach you."


Step 2: Call to Complete Set Up

  1. To register your personal mobile responder with your response team, Libris will say: "It's time to meet your response team. Please press and hold the Call Button down to connect to your response team now."
  2. With Libris in the Charger, press and hold the Call Button until Libris initiates the call. Libris can remain in the Charger during the call to your response team.
  3. Listen for the audio message: "Calling your response team now."
  4. When you complete the call with your response team, Libris will be set up.

Important: Libris is not ready for use until you have completed the set up call with your response team and, following that call, have charged Libris in the Charger for 4 hours.

Note: If Libris does not power on and begin the activation process or cannot detect a cellular network, call your response team.

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