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  1. 3-INPUT TELEMERGENCY PHONE DIALER SYSTEM Picture of 3-INPUT TELEMERGENCY PHONE DIALER SYSTEM --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 03/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. ---The 3-Input Telemergency Phone Dialer System is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors, individuals with balance, neurological, or walking disabilities, or individuals who are at risk for medical emergencies. The system includes a base unit, a wireless pendant, and a phone cord. To activate the system, the user presses a button on the pendant or one of the buttons on the base unit marked PARAMEDIC, POLICE,...[More Information]

  2. ACCESS 911 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- ACCESSS911, Personal Emergency Response Service program (PERS), is an emergency alert system designed to provide security, independence and peace of mind for individuals who are elderly or have a disability. This system is a hands free, two way voice system that simply connects to your telephone and automatically calls the National Response Center when you press the button on your pendant. Trained professionals at the N...[More Information]

  3. ALERT BUTTON (MODEL 1345) Picture of ALERT BUTTON (MODEL 1345) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 11/2004) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Alert Button, model 1345, is an emergency alert system designed for use by individuals with mobility and communication disabilities. The unit is equipped with an oversized button that activates a loud buzzer. The unit includes a wrist strap, a bead necklace chain, and a clothing clip. The device can also be attached to wheelchairs, walkers, and canes....[More Information]

  4. APELLO ---DISCONTINUED. (VERIFIED 3/18/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- Emergency alert system does not require a central monitoring or answering system to forward preprogrammed distress calls to other channels. User programs 4 telephone numbers to be called in order of importance. When activated, system dials each number in order. Sequence is repeated until call is answered and confirmed. Voice message is repeated six times after each number is dialed. Transmitter unit is worn like wrist wat...[More Information]

  5. AUTO CALL DIALER (MODELS 2500 & 1001) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Auto Call Dialer, models 2500 and 1001, is an automatic memory dialer designed to convert the telephone to provide an emergency "hot line". Features include a 16-digit one-number memory. By lifting the telephone handset, automatic dialing of A pre-programmed number is triggered. Automatic dialing operation can be overridden by dialing from the keypad. Model 2500 is a tone dialer with tone detection, and model 1001 is ...[More Information]

  6. CALL LIGHT --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Personal emergency response system linked 24 hours a day through phone transmissions to a national emergency communications center. Computer based system designed to monitor multiple needs: medical emergency, life support systems, intruders, fire protection, and temperature control....[More Information]

  7. CALL LIGHT (MODELS 330 & 430) ---DISCONTINUED. (VERIFIED 3/18/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- Emergency response system consisting of a main console located on table or shelf and one or more transmitters which can distinctly communicate specific emergency needs to the response center for prompt assistance. When medical assistance is needed, the subscriber presses the button on the lightweight pendant which transmits a radio signal up to 300 feet to the Call Light console. The Call Light temporarily disconnects all...[More Information]

  8. CARE CALL. --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system with battery powered alarm device, weight sensored placed under bed leg, and call button. Has alarm which gives audio and/or visual signals when bed is vacated. Uses four 1.5 volt C batteries and a low voltage replaceable bulb. Can also connect call button to alarm system. For use with optional transformer. Red light will flash on alarm and/or buzzer will signal when activated. Approximately 40 feet of extension cab...[More Information]

  9. CARELINE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system. User wears small transmitter in necklace or bracelet form. During emergency user presses button transmitter which activates the receiver. The receiver telephones up to three selected neighbors who may then respond to alarm. A monitoring service is dialed if neighbors do not respond and emergency help is sent. User pays monthly fee for monitoring service....[More Information]

  10. COMMUNI CARE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system. Service provides 24 hour intercom between home and support center. User speaks to staff member by means of speakerphone at home. Within a minute, users record appears on computer screen at support center. Support center determines users needs, and stays in voice contact until assistance arrives. Help is automatically sent to home if user loses consciousness before voice contact is made. Home is assessed for safety ...[More Information]

  11. COMPANION (MODEL 132M) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Companion, model 132M, is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors and individuals with disabilities. This system includes a non-voice base unit and a waterproof pendant transmitter to be worn or carried by the user. When the user presses the button on the pendant, a signal is sent to the base unit and the base unit contacts the monitoring service (not included). An operator at the monitoring service wi...[More Information]

  12. COMPANION-WANDERER ---DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- Monitoring device that provides security and safety to Alzheimer's disease patients. Device is activated when the patient has wandered beyond specific limits. Easily installed in home, the console is connected to the telephone line and plugged into wall outlet. Backup battery to ensure operation during power outages. Unit is easily transported and can be installed in alternate locations. Can be used as a Personal Emergency ...[More Information]

  13. DIALOGUE ER Picture of DIALOGUE ER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2005)RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Dialogue ER is an amplified telephone and emergency alert system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing. In an emergency, the telephone automatically dials pre-set help numbers (911, neighbors, friends, relatives, or a professional monitoring facility) until a connection is made. Up to six contacts can be pre-set at one time, and the wireless remote allows for calls to be made from up to 80 feet awa...[More Information]

  14. EMERGENCY ALARM SYSTEM (MODEL D8039) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Alarm signal system. Remote handheld transmitter, 6 inches by 1 1/2 by 1 inch, 5 ounces. Wall mounted siren with receiver plugs into wall outlet. Lamp can also be plugged into receiver. When transmitter is pushed both lamp and siren are activated. 200 foot range: 100 decibel siren. Uses 9 volt battery, not included....[More Information]

  15. EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Signalling system for emergencies. Wireless, remote control. Portable, battery operated signaller with press slide switch can be clipped to pocket, bed or wheelchair. Easy action head or hand switch, and pneumatic switch available. Alarm receiver plugs into AC outlet in room where sound will be heard, can be installed up to 100 feet away from transmitter. Transmitter uses 9 volt battery. Alarm sounds until turned off....[More Information]

  16. EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEM MEDICAL ALERT (MODEL 200) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency phone dialer. Consists to two parts, a console and a hand held transmitter. Console is 10 by 5 by 2 inches and weighs 2.6 pounds. The portable transmitter is 1.5 by 5.5 by 1 inches and weighs 4 ounces. Compatible with rotary and tone dialing. Transmitter can be carried and will signal the console if within 100 feet. When signaled, the console dials preprogrammed numbers, delivers the emergency message, and asks for acknowledgeme...[More Information]

  17. EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Membership emergency medical information data system allows an individual to store a verbal recording of emergency medical information in the Med Fax Voice Computer. Emergency personnel can access information via telephone using member's personal identification number. Members receive a Med Fax wallet card, 5 Med Fax adhesive stickers, and an audio cassette of their computer recording....[More Information]

  18. EMERGENCY MESSAGE DIALER (MODEL 49-433) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 11/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency Message Dialer stores three phone numbers and a 20 second prerecorded, personal message. When the "Dial" button is pressed, the numbers are dialed; the message is played when the phone at one of the numbers is answered. POWER: Four "C" and three "AA" batteries (extra) may be used to provide a battery backup system. DIMENSIONS: 3.5 x 9 x 6.5 inches.....[More Information]

  19. EMERGENCY PHONE DIALER (MODEL 49-431) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system. System dials up to 3 numbers in sequence. Busy numbers are skipped; recorded message starts only when number is answered. Burglar and fire alarms can be attached to dialer. Monitor mode allows response to be heard. Remote has 200 foot range. Works on touch tone or pulse phone lines. Automatic battery backup system requires 4 "C" and 3 "AA" batteries. 20 second cassette tape included....[More Information]

  20. EMERGENCY PHONE DIALER PERSONAL ASSISTANT (MODEL 49-1005) Picture of EMERGENCY PHONE DIALER PERSONAL ASSISTANT (MODEL 49-1005) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE--- The Emergency Phone Dialer Personal Assistant, model 49-1005, is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors and individuals with mobility disabilities. The system includes a telephone dialer and a water-resistant pendant worn by the user. In an emergency, the user presses a button on the pendant to remotely activate the dialer and call up to four numbers or to sound an alarm. The system also comes with a User's...[More Information]

  21. EMERGENCY RESPONSE (MODELS AES 645 & AES 645L) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFEREENCE.--- Emergency response unit operated over telephone lines. Can be activated by remote transmitter. Wireless accessories available. Case size: 9 1/4 inches by 3 1/2 inches by 12 1/2 inches. Power: 16.5 VAC 15 VA class 2 transformer, converted to 12 VDC. Backup Battery: 12V gel type cell, 1. 2 Amp hour. AES 645 Basic Console Package includes case, front panel, timer and control circuitry, plug in power supply, gel battery, du...[More Information]

  22. EMERGI-CALL ELECTRONIC EMERGENCY SPEAKER-PHONE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system. Allows use of normal telephone lines in life threatening situations by those who cannot communicate their needs. User presses single button to automatically dial pre-programmed emergency telephone number. Plugs into any modular telephone jack and uses a jack-splitter to accommodate the telephone and emergency alert system. Unit is encoded with Braille which also light up to indicate the unit is operating to hearing...[More Information]

  23. ENVOY (MODEL 730) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 01/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Envoy, model 730, is a stand-alone personal emergency alert system with a built-in telephone/speakerphone. The system includes a small pendant-style transmitter (radio frequency) which can be worn around the neck or clipped onto clothing, a console connected to the home phone line, and a centralized computer assisted emergency response center staffed 24 hours by trained medical service attendants. The system is hear...[More Information]

  24. FRED 911 Picture of FRED 911 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2011) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Fred 911 is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors or individuals with balance, mobility, or neurological disabilities or who are at risk for medical emergencies. The system includes a base unit that connects to a telephone line and a remote control that can be worn on a keychain or as a pendant. In case of an emergency, the user presses a button on the remote and the base unit automatically calls 911. The...[More Information]

  25. HELPLINE MEDICAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEM (MODEL 2210) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system consists of neck pendant transmitter and master receiver base unit. Pendant is water resistant with hypo allergenic neck chain, has range up to 250 feet. Activates by push of dual contact switches on both sides of the pendant. The receiver transmits customer code to central monitoring station over the user's existing telephone line. Dispatcher calls up a profile of the user and contacts designated...[More Information]

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