Receiving pager for use with person to person fob, chair leaving alarm, bed leaving alarm, fall alarm or movement detector transmitters (not included). Comprises: pager unit; integral strobe light; backlit numbers; volume control; cancel button; unique sound for each event; option to cancel strobe or sound; mains backup. Options: vibrating pillow pad; long range.
Simple to use and ergonomically designed, the portable SignWave receiver uses strobe, variable sound frequencies and the incoming alert symbol to notify the Carer to an event occurring. The volume and frequency settings can be altered to suit the Carer's needs. Once the SignWave is placed in its charger base, an optional vibrating pillow pad can be fitted to help discreetly wake the user if a signal is received during the night Item dimensions (including base) 11.6 x 15.0 x 11.6 (cm) Item weight 305(g) Features Easy to use cancel button Wireless Range up to 1000m in open air LED backlit event display User adjustable alarm level (up to 90dB) Optional pillow pad for overnight cover
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