A compact, digital clock with the capacity to record a single voice message. The message can be used as a wake up or reminder alarm. The flat, plastic device has a hinged lid with space to insert a picture cue.
Extra product information
The control buttons used to set the time, set the alarm, record the voice message and play the message, are positioned underneath the rectangular clock face, protected behind the lid of the device. The buttons to "play" the message and set the "hour" and "minute" time for the clock, are small, slightly raised buttons. The red "record" button is recessed. There are two slide switches above the buttons, used to determine the required function.
The operating instructions are included with the device. Up to ten seconds of recording time is available for the voice message. The recording alarm clock uses digital technology to record the message. The batteries need to be replaced when the recorded sounds weakens, distorts or the visual display dims. The Time Cue keeps the voice message stored, while the batteries are being replaced.
The clock face has a digital display. The unit takes four GPA76 batteries.
Attainment Company / USA
Contact Supplier for Details
- Spectronics Australia - http://www.spectronics.com.au/product/timecue
- User manual - https://www.attainmentcompany.com/downloads/dl/file/id/1272/product/1270/timecueinstruct.pdf
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Time Cue: One model only
- Height Overall 64 mm
- Depth Overall 13 mm
- Number of messages able to be recorded 1 units
- Width Overall 101 mm
Contact listed suppliers to confirm features, options and models available.
Language Set Up
Type of Device:
- single message
Manuals and support material :
- included with product
- Direct selection
- digitised recorded human voice
- Front forward firing
- four batteries
Speech Generating Device Mounting & Positioning
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