Battery operated portable pager to be used with manufacturer's compatible monitoring systems. Comprises: internal rechargeable battery; belt clip; neck cord supplied; audio or vibration alert options; operates within 500 meter range from linked monitoring system devices; maximum of 12 monitors can be programmed to work with pager; back-lit buttons; last event recall function; low battery notification. Charger available separately.
Lightweight & discreet, this portable, vibrating Pager unit is worn by the user on the belt, in a pocket or around the neck using the cord. The pager can alert the carer with an audio alarm or a subtle vibration if required. The Carer can write on the front label to make it quick and easy to determine which monitor has been triggered. The unit is recharged each night in Care Call charger (available separately) providing 24 hour notification from the full range of Care Call monitors. Item dimensions 8.1 x 6.3 x 3.5 (cm) Item weight 72(g) Features Easy to use Wireless Range up to 1000m in open air Choice of vibration or audio alarm Reusable label on the front of the unit LED backlit keys
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