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Picture of OFF THE HOOK Off the Hook is an emergency alert system designed for use in independent living and assisted living facilities. It is a retrofit system that connects to an existing phone system that already has a Knock the Phone Off the Hook feeature that notifies the front desk whenever a resident's phone is off the hook. The system includes a wireless necklace pendant that is worn by each resident. In case of an emergency, activating the pendant button takes the resident's phone off the hook electronically, causing the front desk to be notified.

Notes: Off the Hook is a trademark of Centrol, Inc. ** A free 30-day trial unit is available from Centrol.

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This product record was updated on February 22, 2007.

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Centrol, Inc.

7508 Knollwood Road
Towson, Maryland 21286
United States
Telephone: 877-792-4494 or 410-828-5564.
Fax: 410-828-7730.

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