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Perfect for folks who stay mostly at home, and want to remain independent. AT&T Cellular built right in!
RISK FREE IN-HOME TRIAL * Monthly Cost Just $32.04 - Billed as $384.45 Every 12 Months (once a year). We refund any unused pre-paid subscription months upon cancellation and return of equipment - it's quick and easy.Your Price: $384.45 / 12 months
Your Price: $384.45 / 12 month(s)
Power supply 230V primary, 10VAC secondary
Backup power supply 6VDC, 1.2 Ah, NiMH rechargeable battery.Sufficient for at least 80 hours
Current consumption 280 mA. 15 mA in standby
Telephone connector Country specific
Dialing procedure Tone, Pulse
Max. number of transmitters 4
Max. number of telephone numbers
6 (including 2 technical alarms)
Audio volume Preset by potentiometer and adjustable during conversation
Protocols supported: Multiple protocols
Programming Remote or by separate programming tool (PC)
Programming languages English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Swedish
Inputs/ outputs 3 inputs, 1 relay output (optional)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 205 x 235 x 40 mm
Weight 0.7 kg
No Phone Line? No Problem! Maintain your independence at home with our cellular HOME-3G Medical Alert System. We'll be there for you in an emergency when family and neighbors aren't around. There's nothing to buy and no long term commitment required. Your price is locked in, guaranteed to never go up!
Our popular HOME-3G medical alert system provides the peace of mind families need for elderly folks who want to maintain their independence at home. Lightweight waterproof buttons (0.4 ounces each) are easy to wear. 24/7 monitoring. No long-term commitments.
The HOME-3G System comes with a choice of two buttons. 1,000 foot range. Optional AutoFALL Fall Detection** Pendant available.
* Full refund of monitoring fees if system activated and returned within 14-days. Deductions for shipping and missing/damaged items will apply. $50 reprogramming fee applies for systems "refused" or not tested. See details here.
Fall detector does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always push their help button when they need assistance.
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