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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The 911 Emergency-Lite (Home Life Saving Kit) is a strobe light adapter designed to be placed between the bulb and socket in a regular light fixture.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Smoke alarm strobe light. Guides occupants crawling down a smoke filled corridor to safety. Uses two AA batteries; operates up to eight hours on its own power source.
The Guide Light 911 is a strobe light and blinking locator designed to guide emergency response personnel to the location from where a “911” call is placed by individuals with physical disabilities, seniors or people who are confined to a bed.
The Super Strobe Light is designed to be used with alarm clocks for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This powerful strobe plugs easily into your existing alarm clock to quickly and safely awaken you. POWER: Available in AC or DC power.
The Mini Strobe Wake Alarm System is a digital alarm clock with a strobe light designed to awaken individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The strobe light plugs into the easy-set clock and works in conjunction with the audible alarm.
Snoezelen Multisensory environments (MSE) are a specialized selection of sensory equipment and materials that may help clients adapt their responses to sensory stimulation and to advance education and therapy goals.
The Strobe Alarm is a visual smoke alarm designed for deaf and hearing impaired. The photoelectronic detector activates a high intensity flashing strobe light, horn and fire warning sign. The portable unit plugs into wall socket with 8 foot cord.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 03/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Strobe light emits bright, rapidly flashing light upon activation. Plugs into clock timer, or any visually alerting device with 110 volt AC outlet.
The Zenon Strobe Light is designed as a signal light for use with sound signalling devices by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This extremely bright light can be adjusted by the user to flash from one to twelve times per second.