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  1. ADA 100 AREA OF RESCUE CALL SYSTEM Picture of ADA 100 AREA OF RESCUE CALL SYSTEM The ADA 100 Area of Rescue Call System is an intercom based call signal system that is designed to be vandal-proof and in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act requirements. The system consists of multiple Master stations that are either wall- or desk- mounted, and up to 60 of individual area stations, installed flush in the wall or surface mounted, in Areas of Rescue Assistance. This 2-way communication system presents both locations with visual as well as audible signals, and allow...[More Information]

  2. ARIAL WIRELESS CALL SYSTEM Picture of ARIAL WIRELESS CALL SYSTEM The Arial Wireless Call System is a call signal and emergency alert system designed for use by seniors or individuals with severe physical disabilities in hospitals, long term care facilities, or residential facilities. The system includes a water-resistant pendant that can be worn on a necklace, belt, or wristband. The user can communicate wirelessly with staff by pressing a button on the pendant. Calls can be answered at the nurse station or routed to staff pagers. The system uses 900 megaHert...[More Information]

  3. ATTENDANT CALL CHIME (MODEL 1499) Picture of ATTENDANT CALL CHIME (MODEL 1499) The Attendant Call Chime, model 1499, is a call signal designed for use by individuals with mobility and communication disabilities. This unit has a transmitter with a call button; when the button is depressed, a chime sounds at the receiver up to 40 feet away. The unit is adapted for use with a capability switch (not included). POWER: Uses 2 AA and 1 12-volt batteries. DIMENSIONS: 4 x 4 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 0.05 pounds....[More Information]

  4. ATTENDANT CALLER Picture of ATTENDANT CALLER ---DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable a child with muscular dystrophy to summon assistance. A bicycle red LED light with a steady mode was purchased and opened up. The wires were fixed to points that would turn the lights on and off. Wires were then run to the outside of the light and connected to a micro switch (a limited pressure switch). The light was then mounted to the side of the back of the child's powered wheelchair using the standard bicycle mounting clamp that came with the li...[More Information]

  5. ATTENDANT CALLER 2 ---DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable a child with muscular dystrophy to summon assistance at night while at camp. A cast off vibrating pager was modified by attaching very long lead wires that run to a micro switch, so when the father accompanies his son to camp, the child can page his father during the night instead of calling and waking the other campers. The child has the microswitch, and the father runs the wires across the room to his bed and wears the pager in his pocket. TITLE:...[More Information]

  6. CALL BELL (MODEL 34500) The Call Bell, model 34500, is a call signal designed for use by individuals with severe physical or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device that sends out a tone when activated by a single switch connected to the jack on the Call Bell. Momentary contact triggers one tone of pre-determined length. Volume can be increased with the addition of a nine-volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 4 x 2 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 8 ounces....[More Information]

  7. CALL BUTTON -------- 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 area...[More Information]

  8. CALL BUZZER The Call Buzzer is a call signal designed to gain caregiver attention for individuals with disabilities who need to summon assistance. Depressing the plate on the top of the device causes a buzzer to sound. The device has a bright plate on a dark base for contrast to assist individuals with visual disabilities. POWER: Uses two double-A batteries. DIMENSIONS: 5 x 8 inches....[More Information]

  9. CALL-FOR-ASSISTANCE Call-For-Assistance produces either auditory or visual output as a signal for assistance. Call-For-Assistance requires .17 grams of force for activation, or may be activated by use of a switch. The device can be mounted to a wheelchair. The price of Call-For-Assistance ranges from $40 to $60, depending on the size, type of activation, and type of output desired--features that need to be specified when ordering. POWER: 9 volt battery. DIMENSIONS: 4.75 x 2.5 x 1.063 inches....[More Information]

  10. CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL10 Picture of CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL10 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-...[More Information]

  11. CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL11 Picture of CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL11 The Clarity AlertMaster AL11 is a signal system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This system alerts the user to telephone calls and the doorbell by flashing visual alert indicators. These large, brightly lit icons and lights are sized and positioned for visibility from all sides. The system can also flash a connected lamp with a built-in lamp flasher for additional notification. Flashing patterns and backlit icons on the unit help the user distinguish between even...[More Information]

  12. CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL12 Picture of CLARITY ALERTMASTER AL12 The Clarity AlertMaster AL12 is a visual signal system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This product is an accessory for the Clarity AlertMaster AL10 or Clarity AlertMaster AL11 alert system (see separate entries). When connected, it provides flashing lamp and icon notification anywhere within 80 feet of the AlertMaster AL10 and AlertMaster AL11 base units. The system has six indicator lights for six alerting functions: phone, door, clock, sound, alarm, and motion...[More Information]

  13. E-Z CALL Picture of E-Z CALL E-Z Call is a switch device designed to activate a hospital nurse call system. The pressure sensitive plate is mounted where the patient may apply slight pressure to it with any part of the body to activate it. A 10 foot cord is provided. Technically, E-Z Call is only a switch; it must be connected to a hospital call system to operate. The manufacturer also makes a portable alarm which E-Z Call may be plugged into (see PA-1 Portable Alarm, by Med Labs.)....[More Information]

  14. ENEIGHBOR ADL eNeighbor ADL is an emergency alert system with monitoring service designed for use by seniors or individuals with disabilities who live in assisted living facilities. The system includes secure web portal access for staff and family to monitor the individual's activities of daily living (ADL). Each system is configurable and custom- designed to accomodate the needs of institutions. Small, wireless electronic sensors are placed in strategic areas of the assisted living residence. These sensors m...[More Information]

  15. ENEIGHBOR AUTO PERS eNeighbor Auto PERS is an emergency alert system with monitoring service designed for use by seniors or individuals with disabilities who live in assisted living facilities. The system provides around the clock monitoring of assisted living residents. Staff are alerted even if the resident is unable to call for help. Small, wireless electronic sensors are placed in strategic areas of the assisted living residence. These sensors monitor typical daily living activities of the occupant and communic...[More Information]

  16. ENEIGHBOR PERS eNeighbor PERS is an emergency alert system with monitoring service designed for use by seniors or individuals with disabilities who live in assisted living facilities. The system enables the user to get help when needed via an emergency call button. When activated the call button wirelessly contacts dedicated response personnel via a base station. The system includes a base station, a key fob, and a call pendant. The base station has a local display for alarms and alerts, and transmits alarms t...[More Information]

  17. FUELCALL Picture of FUELCALL 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...[More Information]

  18. HAND SWITCH (MODEL TAH-180) Picture of HAND SWITCH (MODEL TAH-180) The Hand Switch, model TAH-180, is a ribbon switch call signal designed for bed patients to signal for help or assistance by flexing or squeezing. These sealed vinyl switches require an operating force of 0.5 pounds and are normally-open, momentary-contact switches. DIMENSIONS: Switch is 2 x 5 x 0.375 inches. COLOR: White....[More Information]

  19. IMPERIUM 200H ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM Picture of IMPERIUM 200H ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM The Imperium 200H Environmental Control System is an environmental control unit designed to provide both visual and voice feedback for individuals with disabilities. Engineered for dual capability at either home or a care facility, this unit is designed to control up to 256 lights and appliances, including televisions, video cassette recorders, compact disc players, electronic bed controls, nurse-call systems, and the optional tape recorder. Extra relays for such items as a powered door opener a...[More Information]

  20. LABORIUS Picture of LABORIUS The Laborius is a portable commode and toileting supply kit for people with moderate incontinence and other disabilities that limit their ability to reach an accessible bathroom when needed. The kit was planned and designed for use in homes, hotels, outdoors and even in the homes of friends and relatives whose toilets are not handicapped-accessible. The kit includes screen walls to ensure privacy of the user, commode, kit for absorbing urine and feces, a button for summoning assistance, cleaning...[More Information]

  21. LIGHTED EXTRA LOUD SIGNALLING BUZZER (MODEL 1360, 1360-8) Lighted Extra Loud Signalling Buzzer, models 1380 and 1380-8, is a switch operated toy designed to stimulate visual and auditory training for individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities. When this device is activated by any switch (sold separately) a buzzer sounds and a small light turns on to alert the user that he has activated the switch. This model is similar to model 1350 (see separate entry), but has an exceptionally loud buzzer. It comes with a standard .25 inch jack or 1...[More Information]

  22. LIGHTED SIGNALLING BUZZER (MODEL 1350, 1350-8) Lighted Signalling Buzzer, models 1350 and 1350-8, is a switch operated toy designed to stimulate visual and auditory training for individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities. When this device is activated by any switch (sold separately) a buzzer sounds and a small light turns on to alert the user that he has activated the switch. It comes with a standard .25 inch jack or 1/8 inch jack....[More Information]

  23. LIGHTED VIBRATING SIGNALLING BUZZER (MODEL 1370, 1370-8) Lighted Vibrating Signalling Buzzer, models 1370 and 1370-8, is a switch operated toy designed to stimulate visual and auditory training for individuals with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities. This communicator informs the user of activation with a light, a buzzer, and vibration when the switch closure is made. It comes with a standard .25 inch jack or 1/8 inch jack....[More Information]

  24. MYCALL Picture of MYCALL MyCall is an emergency alert call system designed for use by patients in hospitals and other care facilities, including residential facilities. This wireless emergency call system can be integrated with a range of safety and security systems, while providing essential information to caregivers, administrators and facilities personnel. MyCall can be integrated with emergency call from fixed wall stations and wireless pendants; wanderer management with the RoamAlert system; fall management with th...[More Information]

  25. NURSEALERT Picture of NURSEALERT NurseAlert is an emergency alert system designed for use in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. This system plugs into an existing nurse call system. It includes a wireless transmitter worn by the resident. If a fall occurs, the resident presses the wireless transmitter to activate the nurse call system. An audible tone assures the resident that the system is summoning help. This system allows a resident to call for help even when they are out of bed and at a distance from the nurse call b...[More Information]

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