The 433-NC Nurse Call Button provides residents with an efficient way to quickly and effectively alert their caregivers when attention is needed. This device is a tool to help care for those with Dementia or Alzheimer's, and must be used with the 433- EC Economy CordLess® Alarm (please see separate entry).
The Ameriphone AlertMaster Baby Sound Monitor, model AMBX, is designed to alert individuals with hearing disabilities to a baby cry. When placed near the baby, the device enables monitoring of the baby from any room in the house. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery (included). WARRANTY: One year.
The Ameriphone AMAX AlertMaster Audio Alarm Monitor is a wireless signal transmitter designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This device notifies users of a home audio alert, such as a timer or a fire, smoke or carbon monoxide detector. POWER: Uses a 9-volt battery (included). WARRANTY: One year.
The Ameriphone AMDX AlertMaster Door Announcer, model 01882, is a doorbell signal designed to alert individuals with hearing disabilities to the ringing of a doorbell or to a door intercom. When placed next to the existing doorbell, door chime, or intercom up to 80 feet away from the base unit, the device will alert the user when someone is at the door. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery (included). WARRANTY: One year.
The baby cry transmitter is designed for use by new parents who want to know when their infant needs them from rooms away. The receiver notifies the user or the mother by sounding, flashing, and vibrating. So it is not triggered unnecessarily, it has adjustable sensitivity, an individual alert can be chosen for each baby, it has reliable transmission, long lasting power as it lasts up to 1 year on a standard battery, and works with all the visit receivers.It comes with a baby cry transmitter, a
---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a do-it-yourself call button device for an individual with disabilities to use to alert or call their care giver. A simple, effective, and reasonably cheap solution for a remote switch can be made using a battery powered, wireless door bell chime. The bell button should be placed in a location accessible to the user and the chime placed where it can be heard by the attendant. The chime is distinctive and loud enough to work in noisy areas. T
The Care Trak Mobile Locator is a wireless signal transmitter and wandering patient system designed for use by caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease or cognitive, neurological, or mobility disabilities. It can also be used by law enforcement or emergency response personnel to locate a lost person. This portable device can be used alone or with the Care Trak Sentry Perimeter System (see separate entry) to locate an individual wearing a Care Trak Wrist Transmitter (see separate entry)
The Care Trak Wrist Transmitter is a wireless signal transmitter designed for use by caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's Disease or cognitive, neurological, or mobility disabilities in a clinical setting. This portable device is worn on the wrist or ankle. The transmitter, which is water resistant, puts out a silent constantly pulsating radio signal. The unit consists of three components - the transmitter, a plastic transmitter case, and a band that attaches to the case. Three types of ba
The CentralAlert Wireless Notification System, model CA360 [CA-1001], is a wireless signal system and sound monitor designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This is an all-in-one notification system for home use. It alerts the user to all the daily sounds in a home, such as alarm clock, door knocking, phone ringing, and alarm sound from audio alarms, warnings from motion detectors, and storm warning from NOAA radio (some functions require optional accessories). The Centra
The Clarity AlertMaster AL10 is an all-in-one signal system designed to alert individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to environmental sounds. The system uses a flashing lamp, bed shaker, and a panel of lights to alert the user(s) to different sounds, including a telephone ring, a doorbell, audio alarm devices, an alarm clock, a baby cry, someone entering the home, and loud room noises such as a smoke detector. The system features a wireless receiver which can be purchased separately, a 3.5-
The Emergency Transmitter, model ET-1B, is a wireless pendant transmitter designed for use by seniors or individuals with disabilities as part of an emergency alert system. This small pendant has push switches on each edge. Depressing both switches simultaneously sends a radio frequency signal. The signal coding system allows the user to choose one of 256 different codes, to help protect nearby receivers and transmitters from inadvertently activating each other. This transmitter is compatible wi
The Fire Alarm Transmitter is an emergency alert system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Designed to be wired into a home or building, the triggering of the fire alarm causes the transmitter to signal any Silent Call Receiver (not included), causing it to vibrate and/or flash and illuminate the "FIRE" light. WARRANTY: Five years.
The Freedom is a wandering patient system designed for use in residential and institutional settings with people who have autism, Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other cognitive disabilities that may cause wandering. The Freedom system is composed of three modules - a handheld receiver, a wireless transmitter and locator worn on the wrist, and a charging station for the receiver and the locator. The portable radio frequency (RF) receiver can track the location of the transmitter. It has a rang
The FuelCall is a call signal system designed for use by gas station customers with disabilities. This system enables customers who need assistance at self-service gas stations to attract the attention of gas station employees. Components include BigBell transmitters (see separate entry) with an oversized touch pads that can be used by customers with limited dexterity; wireless chime receivers; two steel J-shaped mounts for the BigBell transmitters, reinforced to handle abuse; signage for two is
The Dual Alarm Clock with Doorbell and door Knock model KA1000, is a vibrating and flashing alarm clock, telephone signal amplifier, and doorbell signal designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This unit can alert the user either by sound, light, or bed shaker, and includes a built-in telephone ring signaler, wireless doorknock/doorbell transmitter, and built-in wireless receiver for Krown KA300 alarm monitor transmitters. The unit can be expanded into other rooms using K
Krown Tactile Ring Signaler, model K-TTRS, is a tactile ring signaler designed for use by individuals who are deaf, deaf blind or hard of hearing. The system includes a wireless telephone transmitter and vibrating personal pager. This wireless system permits the user to receive signals from up to 80 feet away. Features include visual, audio and vibration alert indicators, a transmitter that plugs directly into a phone jack, and 1,024 household code combinations to prevent interference. POWER: Us
Alert Radio with Silent Call Strobe Light is designed for the hearing impaired who need to be contacted by a siren or for the deaf, as a silent strobe light flashes when activated, in addition to the siren. It is a safety alert system that can help those individuals know what the weather is and if there is an emergency. It can store information from 7 counties and uses National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) channels. Has Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) technology. Public Al
OrderAssist is a call signal and communication aid for the deaf designed for use by restaurant and drive-through restaurant customers who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have speech or communication disabilities. At the drive-through, the customer reviews the menu board and then uses the included BigBell transmitter (see separate entry) to alert the staff with a tone signal that the customer will be pulling forward and ordering in an alternative way. OrderAssist includes customized forms and
The Silent Call Coordinator Basic Kits are wireless signal transmitter systems designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. Both Basic kits include a compact personal receiver and base transmitter with an extended range enabling signals to be received from up to two miles away. The Basic Kit with Sidekick Receiver also includes the Sidekick Receiver (see also separate entry) with strobe light. Both Basic kits offer advanced business paging features and work with existing Silent Cal
The Silent Call Coordinator Complete Kit is a wireless signal transmitter system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This system includes a compact personal receiver and base transmitter with an extended range enabling signals to be received from up to two miles away. Also included is a Sidekick Receiver with strobe light (see separate entry), a Telephone Transmitter, and a Doorbell Transmitter. The system also offers advanced business paging features and works with other
The Silent Call Transmitters are wireless signal transmitters designed to alert persons who are deaf or hard of hearing to different household activities and sounds. When a signal is sent from the transmitter, it is picked up by the receiver and then indicated through a strobe, vibrator or other warning device. These transmitters work with any Silent Call receiver (see separate entries) to indicate either the telephone (Model SC-TEL), the doorbell (Model SC-DB), the smoke detector (Model SC-SMOK
SoundAlert is an emergency alert system designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing or have other communication disabilities. The SoundAlert system consists of a base station; two sound detection modules; one motion sensor module; and a wireless handheld personal digital assistant (PDA), which uses the Microsoft Pocket PC operating system. The sound detection modules are placed in locations where they can detect critical sounds (such as a fire alarm or door bell) and transmit a signal
The Universal Sound Signaler, model USS360, is designed to convert sound to flashing lights or vibration for individuals who have hearing disabilities. When placed near the sound source, the device converts any sound such as an alarm clock, telephone, baby cry, etc., to flashing lights or vibration. The unit features a built-in plug for a light or bed vibrator and it can transmit a signal to be used with remote receivers (not included) in other rooms. POWER: Plugs into a standard alternating cur
The Urgentys GPS bracelet is a personal location finder and wandering patient system designed for use in residential and institutional settings with people who have autism, Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other cognitive disabilities that may cause wandering. The Urgentys system is a wireless transmitter and locator worn on the wrist with a lockable security wristband or worn a belt. The unit uses GPS and GSM positioning to determine the wearer's location and transmits that location to the bas
The Vega GPS bracelet is a personal location finder and wandering patient system designed for use in residential and institutional settings with people who have autism, Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other cognitive disabilities that may cause wandering. The Vega system is composed of two units - a wireless transmitter and locator worn on the wrist with a lockable security wristband, and a radio frequency base station. The wrist unit uses GPS and GSM positioning to determine the wearer's loca
Vindicator is a light probe signal system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. This system is primarily used to make electronic equipment accessible to employees with sensory disabilities, enabling them to work independently in switchboard, security, and other technical and service-oriented environments. It uses optical and electrical sensors to automatically detect signals in security monitoring and other equipment, and provides c
The Voter's Choice Wireless Alert System 2000, model 1899, is a voter assistance call signal and wireless signal transmitter designed for use to notify poll workers or precinct officials of the arrival of a voter with mobility disabilities needing curbside voting assistance. The system includes a passive infrared motion sensor that can detect a person or vehicle passing by up to about 50 feet away, depending on local terrain. Using a radio transmitter, the sensor sends a signal to a receiver up