A vibrating alarm for use by a person with a hearing impairment to wake them from sleep. The alarm can be operated in two ways: 1. from an existing alarm clock or 2. from a hand held radio transmitter.
Extra product information
POWER: 240/9 volt power pack.
METHOD OF USE: The alarm can be operated in two ways:
1. from an existing alarm clock or
2. from a hand held radio transmitter.
The alarm uses a separate vibrating unit which is fitted under a pillow to work either when the alarm clock operates or when the alarm unit receives a radio signal from a hand held transmitter. This transmitter could be used when a hearing impaired person is a carer for another person.
OPTIONS: Modification to the hand held transmitter (such as a plate switch) can be made on request.
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Models / Specifications
Model DCT Vigil-Aide Vibrating Waking Alarms: One model only
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