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--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system with battery powered alarm device, weight sensored placed under bed leg, and call button. Has alarm which gives audio and/or visual signals when bed is vacated. Uses four 1.5 volt C batteries and a low voltage replaceable bulb. Can also connect call button to alarm system. For use with optional transformer. Red light will flash on alarm and/or buzzer will signal when activated. Approximately 40 feet of extension cable, additional 15 feet lengths available.

Price: 90.00.

This product record was updated on April 19, 2004.

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Invacare Corporation

One Invacare Way
Elyria, Ohio 44035-4190
United States
Telephone: 800-333-6900 or 440-329-6000.
Fax: 877-619-7996.
Web: http://www.invacare.com.
Email: info@invacare.com.


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