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Technical Specifications

HouseCall Medical Alert
Technical Specifictions

The HouseCall Medial Alert table-top or wall-mount console provides push button emergency assistance to anyone who desires additional security and peace of mind. Designed for use with a suite of wireless personal transmitters and accessories, the Medial Alert Console is the hub of one of the most successful and durable emergency reporting systems available.  The system combines a powerful speaker and sensitive microphone in a proven solution for emergency two-way voice communications.

Simple Operation

Push button Emergency Assistance – A button press on the Console or wireless transmitter automatically places a call to the Emergency Monitoring Center, staffed 24 hours a day by trained professionals. Operators then  notify pre-selected contacts to respond in speciic situations.

Multiple Channels – Capable of reporting individual emergency alarms for up to 16 subscribers.

Built-In Activity Timer – Monitors household activity when turned on (system default is off). Set for 8, 12 or 24-hour operation, the emergency alarm will trigger automatically if the set time elapses before an activity transmitter is triggered, or before the Console’s HOME button is pressed.

Aid for the Visually Impaired – Molded braille characters identify each Console button function.

Flexible Notiication – The Console’s digital communicator conveys the appropriate alarm report to the Emergency Monitoring Center via the standard telephone or broadband network, along with audible and visual indicators.

Personal Wireless Transmitters – Effective signal coverage extends through out the house and outdoors.

Supervision and Auto-Test

Transmitter Status Reporting & Supervision – Optional status reporting mode allows the transmitter to be paired with zone supervision at the Console for automatic “sensor status trouble” reporting.

Transmitter Low Battery Monitoring –Under normal operating conditions,the transmitter detects low battery voltage and provides a status report to the Console.

System Auto Test – The console can be programmed to provide a system “periodic test report” on a 1, 7 or 30 day interval to the central monitoring station.

Console Talks to User – The digitized voice will sound emergency, fire, timer done soon, and other system operations, set-up, and supervisory prompts from a 38-word vocabulary.

Two-Way Voice Capability – Subscribers talk directly to the Emergency Monitoring Center professionals via 2-way voice activated, 2-way  manual, or 1-way listen-only audio communications.

Speakerphone Capability – The Console will monitor the telephone line for an incoming call.  Activating any emergency transmitter (or the Console’s EMERGENCY button) while the telephone is ringing will cause the Console to seize the line and begin full duplex voice communications.  Activating any emergency transmitter (or EMERGENCY button) during the call will disconnect the line. The Console will auto-disconnect after 15, 30, or 60 minutes (programmable).