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|Meets Standard EN 50134-2 telecare sensors and triggers||yes|
|Meets class 1 standard||yes|
|Uses the European social alarm frequency||yes|
With a team of almost 3,000 employees operating in 22 countries across the world, Tunstall has unrivalled strategic insight into health & care operations globally. Their mission is to provide technology based solutions and services to improve our customers’ ability to deliver new, more efficient and effective models for health & care management in the community setting. They work with health, housing and social care providers to deliver person-centred care and help manage long term health conditions. Their extensive insight enables them to develop digital solutions that enhance independent living and improve efficiencies in clinical care.
The Door Entry System is used in conjunction with a standard television and telephone / Lifeline unit in order to provide both visual and audible identification of a caller before an external door is opened. Once the caller has been identified, the door can be opened remotely by the end user. The system can also be used to open a door remotely from the monitoring centre in order to allow carers / emergency services access following receipt of an emergency call.
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