Personal Emergency Reporting System (Model Pers-3600)
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The Personal Emergency Reporting System, model PERS-3600, is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors or individuals with disabilities at risk for medical emergencies. The system includes a table-top console which can receive signals from up to 16 wireless transmitters. When a transmitter is activated, the console sends an alarm report to a monitoring service (not included) via the standard telephone network. Upon completion of the monitoring station report, two-way voice communication is automatically initiated between the console and the monitoring service provider’s operator. An emergency alarm can be triggered by the large HELP button located on the console or by a wireless transmitter. A fire alarm can be triggered by optional wireless smoke detectors. Personal messages can be prerecorded and programmed to remind the client to perform certain functions, such as taking medicine. Reminder messages can be programmed to play at specific times during the day in daily, weekly, or monthly cycles. Each button on the console is molded with braille characters to identify the button’s function. OPTIONS: Remote speaker/microphone; wireless smoke detector. POWER: Uses household current or rechargeable backup battery (included).
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