A Medication Adherence Company

WiFi & Cellular Medication Dispensers




  • A record of compliance / non-compliance is available on the internet
  • Large 1/2" L.E.D.: Time and alarm display
  • Flashing Light to assist the hearing impaired when medication is ready to be taken
  • Low Frequency Audible alarm settings: 1- 4 per day.
  • Alarm signal: alternates 5 seconds on, 1 second off . Stops when medication door is opened.
  • Set alarm time interval for 3, 30, 45, 60 or 250 minutes. Alarm will continue to beep/flash for that time interval until the medication door is opened or the alarm time is reached. 
  • Alarm sound: 400hz for hearing and visually impaired.
  • Alarm intensity: 90dB
  • Medication access: Current dose. Tray rotates at next alarm so missed does is inaccessible.
  • Dimensions: 11.5 inches diameter and 3 inches high.
  • Capacity: 28 doses of pills or capsules.
    • 4 per day for 7 days
    • 3 per day for 9 days
    • 2 per day for 14 days
    • 1 per day for 28 days
  • Set alarm: like a digital clock.
  • Safe & Secure: Medication is under lock and key. Tamper-proof.
  • Removable trays: load off-site by using extra 11" diameter trays with transport covers.
  • Pill compartments: for adult fingers with "ramped" design for easy pill removal.
  • Divided Compartments: Medications remain in place even when unit is inverted.
  • OFF feature: Use for long-term disabling of pill dispenser.
  • Early dosage feature: Allows a caregiver to dispense pills to client at an earlier time.
  • Tamper notification: for when lid is removed and replaced.
  • Power Notification: sent when unit is plugged in or unplugged.
  • Low Battery Notification: sent when the battery reaches a critical level.
  • NOTE: Use AC power 24/7 to keep 72 hour battery charged for travel or power failures.            Use a 12V adapter in vehicles.
  • Caution: Use only in dry environments to prevent pill deterioration.


 * Do not store nitroglycerine in this unit.

Online Reporting


PillReady Event Records

Caregivers can review the activities of the PillReady Medication Dispenser event records

 on any web based device. 

Color Coded for Easy Identification

Yellow - Scheduled Medication Times.

Green - When the Medication was taken.

Red - Missed Dose of Medication.

Yellow - Lid was Removed.

Green - Lid was Replaced.

Red - Power was lost.

Green - Power was restored.

Yellow - Low Battery Notification.


Caregivers can make a short comment about the event. 

Such as in the event of a Missed Dose - Reminder call made to client to take their medications.