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Audible Beeper Paging System

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  1. VIBRATING PERSONAL PAGER (MODELS 8001 & 8001A) Picture of VIBRATING PERSONAL PAGER (MODELS 8001 & 8001A) The Vibrating Personal Pager, model 8001, is a paging system designed for use by individuals with communication or mobility disabilities. This wireless system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is small enough to be carried in a purse or a pocket and pressing the transmitter causes the receivcer to vibrate up to 50 feet away. Model 8001A is adapted for switch use (switch not included). POWER: Uses one 12-volt and two double-A batteries....[More Information]

  2. X10 UNIVERSAL MODULE (MODEL UM506) Picture of X10 UNIVERSAL MODULE (MODEL UM506) The X10 Universal Module, model UM506, is an environmental control switch module designed to switch any low voltage load for individuals with physical disabilities. The module responds to X10 (sold separately) command signals which originate from environmental controls and other remote controls. This module uses isolated contacts to control such low voltage devices as sprinkler systems, drapery controls, garage door openers, and yard lighting. It can be set for momentary or sustained contact clo...[More Information]

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