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--- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Vibrating signal system. Includes transmitter and portable receiver. Receiver carried by individual. It vibrates a different vibration pattern for each signal. If two signals go off at the same time the system will vibrate the most important signal first. TC 1000 must be combined with Sonic Alert System or Sonic Alert single function signalers (each signaler requires its own remote receiver).

Notes: Combining TC 1000 with Single Function Signalers is the least expensive and is good if only one or two signals are required.

Price: 299.95.

This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.

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Sonic Alert Inc.

1050 East Maple Road
Troy, Michigan 48083
United States
Telephone: 248-577-5400.
TT: 248-577-5400.
Fax: 248-577-5433.
Web: http://www.sonicalert.com.
Email: sonic-info@sonicalert.com.


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