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  1. ADA 121 AUDIO VISUAL ALERT SYSTEM Picture of ADA 121 AUDIO VISUAL ALERT SYSTEM The ADA 121 Audio Visual Alert System is a flashing light and enhanced audible doorbell signal.This modular device enables people with visual and/or hearing impairments to be made aware of incoming telephone calls and/or when visitors to their residence are outside their front door and ringing the doorbell. Resident awareness is stimulated via a very loud piezoelectric buzzer and a flashing strobe light. The length of the sound emitted and the strobe flashing may be adjusted from 1 to 60 sec...[More Information]

  2. AMERIPHONE AMDX ALERTMASTER DOOR ANNOUNCER (MODEL 01882) Picture of AMERIPHONE AMDX ALERTMASTER DOOR ANNOUNCER (MODEL 01882) 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....[More Information]

  3. CENTRALALERT WIRELESS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (MODEL CA360 [CA-1001]) Picture of CENTRALALERT WIRELESS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (MODEL  CA360 [CA-1001]) 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...[More Information]

  4. 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]

  5. 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]

  6. 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]

  7. DOORBELL SIGNALER (MODEL DS700) & ECONOMICAL DOORBELL SIGNALER (MODEL DS70) The Doorbell Signaler is a flashing light signal designed to alert individuals with hearing disabilities to the ringing of the doorbell. When a lamp is plugged into the unit, the lamp will flash four to five times each time the dorbell is pressed. Both models include the transmitter unit, wiring, and a doorbell, enabling them to be used in homes with or without an existing doorbell. Model DS700 also has the capability of transmitting to remote receivers (not included).WARRANTY: One year....[More Information]

  8. DOORKNOCK 125 (MODEL K-DK125) Picture of DOORKNOCK 125 (MODEL K-DK125) The Doorknock 125, model K-DK125, is a doorbell signal system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This signal system has a large, bright LED indicator that flashes when someone knocks at the door. The system can also be used as a flashlight during a power outage. Other features include an on/off switch and brackets to hang the unit over the top of a door. A portable system, it can be used when traveling or in offices, dorms, or apartments. POWER: Uses a 9-volt batter...[More Information]

  9. FLASHING REMOTE DOORBELL Picture of FLASHING REMOTE DOORBELL The Flashing Remote Doorbell is a flashing light signal designed to alert individuals with hearing disabilities to the ringing of the doorbell. Encased in a clock base with LED display, this remote doorbell features a flashing light and night-light settings in addition to 32 different musical chimes options. This unit also functions as a standard alarm clock and stopwatch and works up to 50 feet away from the doorbell. The unit comes with hanging hardware. POWER: Battery backup uses 4 AAA batter...[More Information]

  10. GLOBAL DOOR BEACON (MODEL 303) The Global Door Beacon, model 303, is a flashing light door signal designed to alert people with hearing disabilities to knocks on doors. The portable device emits multiple flashes of light per knock. This device can be permanently attached to a door using the included screw or Velcro or it can be used as a portable device and moved from room to room. The included hanging bracket enables the unit to be hung over any door. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery....[More Information]

  11. GOOD VIBRATIONS RECEIVER Good Vibrations (formerly Silent Call and Personal Alert) is a sound monitor system that alerts individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing to audio stimuli in the household. The user wears a small receiver unit that simultaneously vibrates in response to a signal from any of several transmitted signals. Transmitters are available for detecting: sound (such as a baby's cry), smoke in the house, telephone ringing, doorbell ringing, or a pager (each sold separately). The receiver features four lig...[More Information]

  12. HIGH FREQUENCY DOOR SIGNAL (MODEL 2646) High frequency door signaler can supplement or replace existing doorbell. Easily installed. Operates on 5 to 20 volts AC or DC. High frequency tone between 2900 Hz and 3500 Hz with output up to 92 db at three feet....[More Information]

  13. HIGH INTENSITY DOORBELL (MODEL 2419) Low voltage replacement doorbell of high intensity for home or apartment to alert hard of hearing. Bell measures four inches with a much higher intensity than standard, rated at 88 db at distance of three feet. Easily mounted and installed in place of existing bell or chimes. Overall length is 7 3/4 inches....[More Information]

  14. KROWN DUAL VIBRATING ALARM CLOCK WITH DOORBELL AND DOOR KNOCK (MODEL KA1000) Picture of KROWN DUAL VIBRATING ALARM CLOCK WITH DOORBELL AND DOOR KNOCK (MODEL KA1000) 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...[More Information]

  15. KROWN REMOTE RECEIVER (MODEL KA1000RR) Picture of KROWN REMOTE RECEIVER (MODEL KA1000RR) The Remote Receiver, model KA1000RR, is a flashing light signal indicator designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This receiver has 16 different flash patterns to aid in identifying multiple alerts such as a doorbell, telephone, videophone, and emergency alarms. It connects to a standard table lamp and power outlet in any room of the home, apartment or office. This device can be used with the following units: KA300TX Transmitter, KA1000DB/DR Door Signaler Transmitter, an...[More Information]

  16. LOW FREQUENCY DOOR SIGNALER (MODEL 2647) Low frequency doorbell signaler with tone between 1800 Hz and 2400 Hz with output up to 85 db at three feet....[More Information]

  17. NUTONE WIRELESS DOORBELL WITH STROBE Picture of NUTONE WIRELESS DOORBELL WITH STROBE The Nutone Wireless Doorbell with Strobe is a doorbell signal monitor designed to provide sound enhancement and signaling of a doorbell ring to persons with hearing disabilities. This monitor is portable and requires no special wiring. The receiver can be placed in any room so the chime can be heard. The set includes one receiver and one push-button transmitter. The unit offers a choice of an eight-note chime, a two-note chime, or a single-note tone, all with a 10-second strobe. RANGE: Signal ca...[More Information]

  18. PRIVATE PAGE Private Page is a personal paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This system includes a base unit and one vibrating pager, has a range of two miles, toll-free customer service, and requires no monthly service fees or plans. The system can transmit 10 different message codes to up to 1000 pagers, saves message codes for one year, and offers a group page function. A four-digit LED display shows the pager number and message code. OPTIONS: Additional pagers and ex...[More Information]

  19. REMOTE EXTEND-A-CHIME TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER (MODEL 40120) The Remote Extend-A-Chime Transmitter and Receiver, model 40120, is a doorbell signal designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. This unit is designed to allow the doorbell to be heard anywhere in the house. When the doorbell is rung, the transmitter activates the receiver, which is plugged into a wall outlet....[More Information]

  20. REMOTE VISUAL DOORBELL CLOCK Picture of REMOTE VISUAL DOORBELL CLOCK The Remote Visual Doorbell Clock is a doorbell signal with flashing alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are visually impaired and/or hard of hearing. This wireless system can trigger 39 different musical options or emit a bright flashing light on top of a clock. The clock light also functions as a standard alarm clock and stopwatch and works up to 160 feet away from the doorbell. POWER: Uses 4 triple-A batteries or alternating current (AC) adapter (adapter included)....[More Information]

  21. ROOM VALET Picture of ROOM VALET The Room Valet is a fire safety, telephone signal, flashing alarm clock, and door signal system designed to make hotel rooms safer and more accessible for people with hearing disabilities. The computer-based system interfaces directly with hotel central alarm systems and in-room smoke detectors to provide visual (strobe or flashing light) or tactile (bed shaking) in the event of fire or other emergencies, as well as alerting the guest to the telephone or door knocks. Room Valet also includes an ...[More Information]

  22. SILENT ALERT PAGING SYSTEM (MODEL SA3000) The Silent Alert Paging System, model SA3000, is a personal paging system designed for use by individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf blind. The system includes a portable vibrating pager unit that is worn by the user, a charger, and at least one transmitter / monitor. Small transmitter units send radio signals to alert the user of events around the home. Events that can be monitored include telephone calls, the doorbell, baby crying, car or burglar alarms, and fire or smoke alarms. T...[More Information]

  23. SILENT CALL TRANSMITTERS (TELEPHONE, DOORBELL, SMOKE DETECTOR, HAND-HELD PAGER, AND PENDANT PAGER) 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...[More Information]

  24. SILENT SERVER RECEIVER The Silent Server Receiver is a telephone and doorbell signal designed for use by indivisuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The device is designed to sit on a bedside nightstand and, used in conjunction with the Doorbell and Telephone Transmitters (sold separately; see entries) monitors the telephone and the doorbell. A light on the faceplate indicates the signal source. POWER: Uses normal household current. WARRANTY: Five years....[More Information]

  25. SINGLE FUNCTION SIGNALER Signal system designed to alert for one function only: baby cry, fire/ smoke alarm, telephone, doorbell or alarm clock. Does not use a control unit. Compatible with Sonic Alert Remote Receivers....[More Information]

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