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The Emergency Phone Dialer is an emergency product that automatically contacts 911 (optional) and up to five additional phone numbers of your choice for emergencies and also features an easy to use wireless pendant.
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Your family members will get the help they need at the press of a button.
Automatically contact up to five personal phone numbers or police, fire, paramedics or even 911 directly.
No monthly fees!
Uses your standard phone or VOIP phone systems.
You don't want to take chances when it comes to your loved ones' safety. That's why it's important that they get emergency help when it's needed most, a task made easy with the Emergency Phone Dialer with Wireless Pendant, an automatic dialer that calls up to five emergency contact numbers and plays a custom voice message when they press the button on the wireless pendant, or press one of the clearly-marked PARAMEDIC, POLICE or FIRE DEPARTMENT buttons on the base unit.
The base unit is powered by the included AC adapter, but a 9V battery (sold separately) is required to maintain operation in the event of a power outage .
Emergency Phone Dialer
Emergency Phone Dialer with Wireless Pendant is incredibly easy to hook up, requiring a one-time set-up that takes about 20 minutes.
To activate the phone dialer system, all your loved ones have to do is press a button on the wireless pendant or the base unit.
Special tones confirm that the unit is dialing for help. A "stop" button is also provided in the event of an accidental press.
Speak With the Person That Needs Help-
Unlike generic emergency dialers, this one allows you to record customized messages in your own voice. Example: "This is a medical emergency. My name is John Doe, I live at 123 East Main Street. I am prone to stroke. Please send help."
If you're on the receiving end of the distress phone call, you can activate the base unit's speakerphone function, allowing you to hear what's going on in the home, or speak with the person needing assistance directly.
Easy Use 1 Button To Call - 1 Button To Cancel The Call
No Monthly Fees Required
Unlike other solutions that require monitoring by a central station, this unit is totally self-supporting. You won't have to pay any monthly fees, apart from the home or apartment's existing phone service. No second phone line is required.
Expand With Up to Two Additional Pendants-
The Emergency Phone Dialer with Wireless Pendant can be expanded with up to two additional wireless pendants.
Extra Emergency Pendant — Need more than one pendant per system? Expanding is easy by just adding on an emergency pendant.
Range for these wireless transmitters is approximately 140 feet from the base (may be longer or shorter, depending on home construction and/or layout).
The Emergency Phone Dialer with Wireless Pendant includes the base unit, one wireless pendant with battery, AC adapter and phone cord. Although the base unit is powered by the included AC adapter, a 9V battery is required to maintain operation in the event of a power outage (9V battery sold separately).
Note: This system WILL work with VOIP systems like Comcast digital voice, Vonage and Magic Jack.
Some cell phones may require you to set the dtmf tone length to 'long' so the call can be recogized by a cell phone.
This system will not be fooled by answering machines!
How does it work?
When a pendant is pressed the system dials the first number that is programmed into it. The system then waits to 'hear' a zero (0) to be pressed on the other end of the line. This tells the system that a human answered the call. If the systems hears a 0 it will stop calling numbers and turn on the speakerphone. If the system does not hear a 0 pressed it will hang up and call the next number in sequence. We suggest that you have 911 programmed at the end of the call list to ensure that someone is contacted in the event of an emergency.