ADA Compliant Blue Light Tower Phone, models E-1600A-BLT-EWP and E-1600A-BLT2-EWP, is an emergency telephone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or who are blind or have low vision. This emergency phone has a brightly colored enclosure made of Marine grade 316 stainless steel and powder coated aluminum. It features hands-free activation and Grade 2 braille labels. Whenever the emergency phone goes off-hook, the phone automatically dials up to five pre-
The ADA Compliant Emergency Phone - 1600A Series is an emergency telephone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or who are blind or have low vision. The emergency phones in this series are designed to provide hands-free telephone communication in public areas such as elevators, parking ramps, or around ATMs. They have Grade 2 braille labels, and can automatically send a digital announcement to identify the location of the emergency call. All parameters,
The Ameriphone AMSX AlertMaster Motion Sensor, model 01884, is a wireless security system designed to indicate the presence of someone in the house for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It monitors the entry, hallway, or window and notifies the user of any unusual motion. POWER: Uses one 9-volt battery (included). WARRANTY: One year.
The Digital Door Viewer is a visual security system designed for use by individuals with physical or visual disabilities. The device is designed to allow the user to see who is outside their door without having to stand or to position their face against the door. Features include a color digital camera and large liquid crystal display (LCD) distortion-free display monitor. The system is operated by pressing a large, clearly marked button. Installation (installation kit included) requires no ext
The Door/Window Access Transmitter is a security system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system comprises two small magnetic contact bars and a transmitter. When the door or window to which the bars are attached is opened, the bars lose magnetic contact, triggering the transmitter.
The IP6000 is an emergency call box with a dialless VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) telephone, designed to be usable by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This emergency alert system can be used with or without a monitoring service. Its full-duplex emergency phone provides VoIP communications utilizing SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). The unit has a rugged front panel made from 12 gauge brushed stainless steel, with a sealed speaker, microphone and activation butt
The Keepsafer Wireless Home Security System, model SSD-16, is a security system and burglar alarm designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This security system can cover an area up to 5,000 square feet in 16 zones using wireless sensors. The system has a loud internal siren and a control console with a visual sensor display. The console can be wall mounted or sit on a tabletop. The system has five operating modes: HOME for monitoring perimeter sensors; AW
The Krown Alarm Monitoring System, model KA300, is an emergency alert system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. During an emergency situation, this system uses a strobe light, a siren, and a bed shaker to alert individuals with hearing loss to existing audible warning devices designed for those without a hearing loss. The system connects up to three existing audible alarms, such as fire/smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, home security systems, or weather alerts.
The Mini-Mullion Proximity Reader, model SXF1050, is a keyless door lock and security system. The system uses a credit card size command card, and does not require any contact between card and card reading sensor. The card does not have to be removed from wallet or purse to be read. The sensor is mounted on a mullion or narrow stile and has a reading range of up to 3 inches. The system has a tri-state LED visual indicator (red, green, amber) and provides audio feedback representing status and ac
SoundAlert is an emergency alert system designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing or have other communication disabilities. The SoundAlert system consists of a base station; two sound detection modules; one motion sensor module; and a wireless handheld personal digital assistant (PDA), which uses the Microsoft Pocket PC operating system. The sound detection modules are placed in locations where they can detect critical sounds (such as a fire alarm or door bell) and transmit a signal
Security system allows door to be answered through intercom at door using telephone at home, or remotely from telephones at other locations. Touch N Talk control switch is connected to your phone and to a speaker at your door. Easy installation directions included. Life time warranty.
The Video Sentry and Master Sentry are closed circuit television security systems for homes and offices designed to allow the occupants to see who is at the door by means of a video display on a telephone console. This feature may be particularly useful to individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who have speech disabilities and cannot use an intercom system. Cameras installed at the door(s) use infrared technology to capture images in bright daylight or complete darkness. These images are
Burglar alarm interface. Connects to standard burglar alarm. When set off will flash lights or blast stereo or television to frighten intruder. Must be used in combination with X-10 modules.