Talking Motion Detective
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The Talking Motion Detective is a wandering patient system designed for use with people with cognitive disabilities or Alzheimer's Disease. This wireless, two-piece, expandable motion detector announces specific information to alert the caregiver. One speaker unit can monitor up to six motion detectors, each providing different information for different exits or areas of the home . For example, the system might announce "Dad is trying to go out the back door!" or "Mom is in the kitchen." Additional speaker units can be located at the sites of the movement violation to give instructions to the individual, such as, "Dad, don't go outside. Wait just a moment and I'll be there to help you." The instructions are announced simultaneously with the warning in the caregiver's location that Dad is going out the back door. Features include six-zone monitoring capability, customized voice-recordable alerts, all weather, wireless PIR sensor motion detector, multiple beam patterns for optimal detection, volume control, message playback buttons to test recorded messages, a digital recording chip to permit voice messages to be changed as needed, missed message indicator to alert caregivers to activity that occurred during his/her absence. The system has solid state construction and a range of 300 feet and can operate through walls. POWER: The motion detectors use a nine-volt battery and the speaker unit plugs into a 110-volt electrical outlet. A low battery indicator identifies sensors that have a low battery.
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