Bellman Visit System: Working As One
20 November 2015 | Admin
In today's technology orientated world, it’s no longer enough to just own the latest devices. These days, it seems what many strive for is to sync such devices, building a web that links all of their technology together. Take music, for example: many like to keep their music in a library on their desktop computer, but will also want to access this from their mobile phone.
It makes sense to want to synchronise your appliances in this way, keeping everything connected so that you can access whatever you want, whenever you want it. And who’s to say you can’t do the same with home alerting devices for the hard of hearing?
All For One and One For All
If you are among the 1 in 6 people who suffers from hearing loss in the UK, it can be really tricky to stay aware of particular goings-on in your home. Whether this is the ringing of the phone or something more urgent like the sounding of the smoke alarm, you should know what's happening.
There are many solutions out there to help with this – transmitters and receivers that can pick up activity in and around your household, and alert you when necessary. The problem is that there are so many different potential alerts in the home, you might find yourself lugging around loads of different receivers for different triggers, fumbling about your person to find the source of the alarm every time one of them is signalled. Not exactly a modern solution.
The beauty of the Bellman Visit 868 System is in the name: this truly is designed as a system and not just stand alone devices. Of course, there’s no problem with using Bellman Visit products on their own but, if you own more than one transmitter, it’s so handy knowing that you can sync everything together. This means that all you need on you is one compact receiver to stay aware of any multitude of alerts. Depending on which transmitters you own, from this one receiver you can manage numerous different activities within your home - a far more convenient solution.
Synchronise and Customise
With many Bellman Visit receivers, you can customise the settings so that different signals will be sent depending on what has been triggered. So, if all of your alerts are centered to one receiver, you’ll still be able to distinguish between the individual sources.
The Bellman Visit range keeps you in the know of activity surrounding your residence. But not everyone wants to be alerted of everything, all the time. What if you’re sleeping and want to make sure you’ll be woken if the fire alarm should go off, however don’t want to be disturbed by a phone call?
Using the Bellman 868 System means you can tailor your alerts however and whenever you wish, enabling you to truly get the most out of the technology. As the products connect through radio signals, you simply adjust the radio key so that they run on the same frequency, and you’re ready to go. This is useful if someone close by is also using the 868 System, allowing you to adjust it so that your devices do not interfere with one another.
If you want to explore the Bellman Visit range for yourself, take a look at our online store.