Ameriphone Ampxb Alertmaster Personal Tactile Signaler (Model 01886)
The Ameriphone AMPXB AlertMaster Personal Tactile Signaler, model 01886, is a tactile paging system designed for use by individuals who are deaf, deaf blind, or hard of hearing. This portable unit has a tactile pad that provides vibrating notice of any kind of alert from the AM6000 AlertMaster Notification System (not included; see separate entry). It can be worn or carried for notification of household events inside or outside the house, including remote areas.
Amtel Direct Line System
The Amtel Direct Line System is an inter-office communication system consisting of a minimum of two units that transmit electronic messages by means of power wiring or a two wire local area network. The system was designed for the business community but modified for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. The CDD allows a light (lamp) to become a flashing signal announcing incoming alerts and messages. The flashing speed varies depending on whether an alert or a message is being received.
Amtel Trav-Alert System
The Amtel Trav-Alert System is a paging system that can be used by individuals with hearing disabilities. Message arrival is announced by either a beep or a silent vibration. The full text of the message is displayed on the small screen of the pocket pager. The Trav-Alert System is an accessory to the Amtel Direct-Line System (see separate entry) and cannot be used alone. In addition to the Trav-Alert System, a communications carrier (paging company) must be employed. The message is sent from th
Caregiver Call Signal
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a means for an individual with severe phyical disabilities to summon a caregiver. This device was created using a doorbell chime with a remote control. The chime unit is carried by the caregiver and the remote is used by the individual summoning assistance. Because the individual did not have enough finger strength to press the button on the remote, a socket with a long cord was attached to the remote and connected to a large, soft button that was accessibl
Hearmore Ada Compliance Kit
The HearMore ADA Compliance Kit combines all the products required for hotels or hospitals to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. ADA accessibility guidlines require that rooms be equipped with assistive systems, including text telephones (TTY/TTD), a notification system, a telephone amplifier, a television closed-caption decoder, and a visual smoke detector. This portable all-in-one kit is lightweight and compact, easy to
Krown Tactile Ring Signaler (Model K-Ttrs)
Krown Tactile Ring Signaler, model K-TTRS, is a tactile ring signaler designed for use by individuals who are deaf, deaf blind or hard of hearing. The system includes a wireless telephone transmitter and vibrating personal pager. This wireless system permits the user to receive signals from up to 80 feet away. Features include visual, audio and vibration alert indicators, a transmitter that plugs directly into a phone jack, and 1,024 household code combinations to prevent interference. POWER: Us
Local Paging System
The Local Paging System is a tactile paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This system can send up to ten message codes for a distance of one mile to an individual pager or to all pagers in the system simultaneously (the system can support up to 100 pagers). The basic system includes one base transmitter with a full keypad and a bright LED three-digit display and one individual vibrating/tone pager. POWER: The pager uses two triple-A batteries. OPTIONS: Additio
Notepager 32 & Notepager Pro
Notepager 32 and Notepager Pro are text messaging and paging programs designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Both programs enable users to send SMS (short messaging service) or text messages from a desktop computer to alphanumeric pagers and cell phones. Messages can be sent to an unlimited number of recipients on a single telecom provider or paging carrier. The length of text messages sent to cellular phones can be monitored so the user does not incur any "over" charge
Omni Page & Omni Page Ii
The Omni page and the Omni Page II are paging systems designed for person-to-person or device-to-person communication for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It allows an individual to communicate with another individual or to be alerted to a signal from an electronic device, such as a smoke detector, telephone, sound monitor, or doorbell. The system is comprised of three units: a receiver, a transmitter, and a charger. The wireless receiver unit attaches easily to a belt or pocket and
Private Page is a personal paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This system includes a base unit and one vibrating pager, has a range of two miles, toll-free customer service, and requires no monthly service fees or plans. The system can transmit 10 different message codes to up to 1000 pagers, saves message codes for one year, and offers a group page function. A four-digit LED display shows the pager number and message code. OPTIONS: Additional pagers and ext
Silent Alert Paging System (Model Sa3000)
The Silent Alert Paging System, model SA3000, is a personal paging system designed for use by individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf blind. The system includes a portable vibrating pager unit that is worn by the user, a charger, and at least one transmitter / monitor. Small transmitter units send radio signals to alert the user of events around the home. Events that can be monitored include telephone calls, the doorbell, baby crying, car or burglar alarms, and fire or smoke alarms. T
Vibrating Personal Pager
The Vibrating Personal Pager is a tactile paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This wireless system permits person-to-person paging or notification of the ringing of a doorbell or telephone within a 100-foot range. The compact, lightweight system is available with a choice of a push-button transmitter or a sound-activated transmitter. POWER: Battery operated.
Vibrating Personal Pager
The Vibrating Personal Pager is a tactile paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This wireless system permits person-to-person paging or notification of the ringing of a doorbell or telephone within a 100-foot range. The compact, lightweight system is available with a choice of a push-button transmitter or a sound-activated transmitter. POWER: Uses 2 double-A batteries. WARRANTY: One year.
Vibrating Personal Pager
The Vibrating Personal Pager is a tactile paging system for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or individuals without disabilities who prefer a silent page signal. This wireless, battery-operated system consists of a small vibrating receiver and a choice of two different transmitters. It will work up to a range of about 100 feet both indoors and out, and through most barriers such as walls and doors. One transmitter is activated by a Push-Button ($79.95), the other by Sound ($89.95), s
Vibrating Personal Pager (Models 8001 & 8001A)
The Vibrating Personal Pager, model 8001, is a paging system designed for use by individuals with communication or mobility disabilities. This wireless system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is small enough to be carried in a purse or a pocket and pressing the transmitter causes the receivcer to vibrate up to 50 feet away. Model 8001A is adapted for switch use (switch not included). POWER: Uses one 12-volt and two double-A batteries.
Wyndtell Wireless Messaging Service
Wyndtell wireless messaging service is a paging system designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This mobile paging system enables the user to send and receive e-mail, send and receive telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD) messages, send faxes, send a text-to-speech message to any telephone, receive a speech-to-text message, and send a message to any one-way alpha-numeric pager. Two pager models and three service plans are available to meet user communication needs. A one-