Category: memory telephone

Emergency Help Dialer 911 II

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Emergency Help Dialer 911 II is a small wireless pendant designed for older individuals, people living alone, and people with disabilities to assist them when they need help at home. The user carries the dialer in their pocket or wears around their neck, and can signal for help from anywhere in their home. Five pre-programmed emergency telephone numbers are automatically dialed and a pre-recorded message is sent from the device.

To use, plug the base station into an existing telephone line. Plug the telephone into base station, choose the persons to be called should help be needed and record the message they will receive. Then, when in need of help, the user pulls down on the small ring that is attached to the wireless pendent. A blue call button on the pendant can be pressed, which activates a loud buzzer in the base unit. Silent dialing provides additional protection during a crime.

Technical Specifications: 

Power: The pendant comes with its own battery. A 12-volt alkaline battery is installed that should last up to two years. Battery back-up system keeps device active for three hours after a power failure (included).

Materials: Includes Base Station, AC power adapter, Pendant with battery installed, all necessary connecting cords to attach the base station to the telephone line.

Note: When ordering a replacement pendant be sure to include the serial number.

75 foot pendent to base range.

No installation or service fees apply.


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Emergency Help Dialer 911 II

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Independent Living Aids, LLC
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Phone: 800-537-2118
Fax: 516-937-3906
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
Controls, Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Home Management, Communication, Architectural Elements