Guide Light 911
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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 Guide Light has two parts – a transmitter and the strobe light. The transmitter is plugged into an standard telephone jack, and when a “911” call is placed, it transmits a wireless signal to activate the light. The high intensity Xenon strobe light is mounted with Velcro and placed on the inside of a window facing the street. The device comes with a low battery indicator on both the transmitter and the strobe light unit. POWER: The transmitter requires 4 AAA batteries; and the strobe light uses 4 AA batteries. WARRANTY: One year.