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Powertel 502

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The PowerTel 502 is an amplified, hearing aid compatible, large button cordless telephone with speakerphone designed for use by individuals who have low vision or are hard of hearing. It includes a ringer base, charging base and two handsets. The handsets amplify incoming sound up to 50 decibels (dB), and the ringer base offers five adjustable ringer levels up to 90 dB and nine ringtones. The ringer and charging bases have a flashing visual ringer, and the handset also has a visual ring indicator. The phone features five equalizer tone settings, caller ID with 30 number recall, 200 name and number phonebook, clock and alarm function, and paging function on the bases to locate the handsets. Each handset has large buttons and a two-line illuminated display that shows information in three languages - English, Spanish or French. The handsets also have a 2.5 millimeter headset jack. Up to three additional handsets (sold separately) can be added. POWER: The bases are powered by a 100-240 volt, 50/60 hertz plug; the handsets use a AAA 2.4 volt 750mAh NiMH battery pack (included). WARRANTY: Two year warranty.


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Powertel 502

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Amplicom Usa
Amplicom Usa Organization Type: 
3401 Merrick Road
11793 Wantagh , NY United States
Email address: info@amplicomusa.com
Phone: 866-267-5426
Fax: 516-342-5722
New York US
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Hear-More Products
Hear-More Products Organization Type: 
42 Executive Boulevard
11735 Farmingdale , NY United States
Email address: sales@hearmore.com
Phone: 800-881-4327
Fax: 631-752-0689
New York US
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