The MedPage Motion Sensor covers any vulnerable area of your property and alerts you to the presence of a visitor or intruder –sending out a signal to a vibrating pager, which you can wear on your belt or carry in your pocket. The device has a range of 125 metres, enabling you to feel much safer in your own home as you’ll know whenever anyone, invited or otherwise, enters your property.
The Universal Transmitter attaches to any entry point such as a door, window or gate, and connects to a magnet. If the entry point is opened, this breaks the connection between the transmitter and the magnet, sending a signal to the vibrating pager, to alert you that someone is entering your property.
The Motion Sensor and Universal Transmitter can work in conjunction with each other – a total of ten sensors and transmitters can be linked to one vibrating pager. This enables you to cover all the vulnerable areas of your property, giving you complete peace of mind so you can feel relaxed at home.
Both devices are available from TabTimer , which has been supplying electronic devices for people with diverse needs since 2009. If you have a hearing or speech impairment and want to get in touch with Tab Timer through the National Relay Service, these details are available on their website.
In an emergency, the user presses the SOS button and holds it for three seconds. A clear voice explains that messages are being sent and calls are being made, and the SOS button is illuminated with a green light to show that a call is being placed. The pendant is pre-programmed with the mobile numbers of the user’s family members or friends who are aware of the user’s hearing difficulties. When activated, each of the contacts receive a text message saying help is needed and the user’s location shown is also shown via a link to Google Maps. Calls are then made to each contact in sequence until someone responds, with two-way voice communication enabling direct contact. The pendant also features an Automatic Fall Detector, which messages the user’s contacts if a fall seems to have occurred.