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PATIENT SENTINEL (MODEL 3130)     

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A signaling device to call for attendant assistance. when activated it emits a pulsing electronic tone designed to be effective in moderately noisy envirnments. Three operating modes. In two of these modes the user turns the Sentinel both on and off. The third mode permits the user to turn the Sentinel on, but requires an attendant to turn it off. Powered by an internal 9 volt battery. A flashing light on front of unit indicates when battery needs replacement. May be operated by an independent switch or a Multimode Interface.

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This product record was updated on January 5, 2004.

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Dufco Electronics Inc (a division of Sunrise Medical)

2848 Business Park Avenue
Fresno, California 9372
United States
Telephone: 800-456-8168 or 559- 292-2171.
Fax: 559- 292-7412.
Web: http://www.sunrisemedical.com.


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