Visonic Recalls Amber Personal Emergency Response System Kits

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Tips for Using and Purchasing a Personal Emergency Response System – Tip Sheet by AlarmSystemReport.com

Recalled Classic models have catalog number 0-7425 and serial numbers 0408044281 through 4410052723. The first four digits of the serial number are manufacture dates from January 2008 through August 2010 in WWYY format. Recalled SelectX models have catalog number 0-100729 and serial numbers 2308600299 through 3013079617 The first four digits represent manufacture dates June 2008 through July 2013 in WWYY format. The first two digits are week of manufacturer and the second two numbers are the year of manufacture. For example serial number 2308 600299 indicates a manufacturing date of the 23rd week of 2008 or roughly June 2008. Each unit has an external label on the back of the base station, with the product name and serial number.
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The first four digits represent manufacture dates June 2008 through July 2013 in WWYY format. The first two digits are week of manufacturer and the second two numbers are the year of manufacture. For example serial number 2308 600299 indicates a manufacturing date of the 23rd week of 2008 or roughly June 2008. Each unit has an external label on the back of the base station, with the product name and serial number. Only Amber Classic or SelectX base stations that are placed in Common Area Mode by a professionally trained PERS system installer and are used without additional base stations, are included in the recall.
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Visonic Recalls Amber Personal Emergency Response System Kits Due to Remote Pendant Battery Signal Failure

Many top home alarm system companies offer this option, which can be purchased independently, or in conjunction with a home alarm system. The home security and alarm professionals at AlarmSystemReport.com, a site dedicated to providing home alarm system reviews , created a list of tips that can be useful when selecting a purchasing a medical monitoring system. 1.Consider the total cost of the system. Most medial monitoring systems require a monthly alarm system monitoring fee, which can vary significantly, depending on the company. Be aware of any possible charges before signing a long-term contract. Its also best to choose companies that either dont require contracts, or have contracts that can be ended at any time, for any reason.
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Personal emergency response system kids recalled

Photos available at http://www.cpsc.gov/en/ Details Units: About 24,000 Description: The recalled Visonic Amber Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) kit enables a user to push a button on a pendant to signal a request for assistance. An Amber kit consists of one wireless pendant worn by the user, one Amber brand base station, generally connected to a phone line, a power supply and backup battery. Base stations are white, rectangular and measure about 9-inches wide by 7-inches deep by 2-inches high with emergency, call and check buttons. The emergency button is red on the Classic model and grey on the SelectX model. Recalled Classic models have catalog number 0-7425 and serial numbers 0408044281 through 4410052723. The first four digits of the serial number are manufacture dates from January 2008 through August 2010 in WWYY format. Recalled SelectX models have catalog number 0-100729 and serial numbers 2308600299 through 3013079617 The first four digits represent manufacture dates June 2008 through July 2013 in WWYY format. The first two digits are week of manufacturer and the second two numbers are the year of manufacture.
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CES 2010: Wellcore System – The Mobile Personal Emergency Response System for Seniors Citizens

I have had first hand experience with a family member who this happened too and its not funny. Wellcore System is a Mobile Personal Emergency Response System product for seniors that utilizes motion detection and advanced pattern recognition to determine if in fact a loved one has fallen. The Wellcore system came to fruition because the people behind this device where concerned and wanted to keep in touch with loved ones and monitor their activity if they got hurt. The Wellcore system is so much more than just a monitoring system. Seniors can carry around with them a Wellcore Personal Activity Monitor and as long as they have a cellphone that is compatible with the system loved ones can be notified if they fall or have something happen to them when they are out. You can monitor them online and a GPS map similar to google maps will pinpoint exactly where they have fallen in their apartment, home, or street.
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