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Personal Pager

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The Personal Pager is a tactile paging system designed to signal the caregiver that help is needed for individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities or who spend long periods in bed. Simply push the button on the device and a small transmitter sends an electronic signal to the receiver notifying the caregiver. The signal can be sent up to 100 feet. The transmitter comes with a cord for wearing around the neck so that it is always handy. The receiver can be set to chime or vibrator (for caregivers who have hearing disabilities or who are in noisy environments). The receiver has a clip for attachment to a belt or it can be set on a desk or table. Pressing the transmitter causes it to sound for four or five seconds. Pressing the transmitter without releasing causes it to sound continuously. POWER: Transmitter uses a 12-volt battery (included) and receiver uses two double-A batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS: The neck lanyard is 16 inches long.


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Personal Pager

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Greatest Of Ease Company
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Fax: 415-441-4319
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Adaptivation, Inc.
Adaptivation, Inc. Organization Type: 
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Phone: 800-723-2783
Fax: 605-335-4446
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