Using the Silent Alert Care Alarm CA3000 System for Deafblind People
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 | John
The Silent Alert Care Alarm System has been designed to meet the needs of everyone who may require a care alarm system. To this end, the system is available with a pager designed specifically for deaf and blind users, so that everyone can benefit from the quality of life improvements the Silent Alert SA3000 care alarm system can bring.
Designed For Deaf and Blind People
The Silent Alert SA3000 pager has been designed to be as visible as possible to those with reduced eyesight. The yellow shell helps the pager stand out in a room and makes it much easier to see. This, combined with the optional Braille markings makes the Silent Alert SA3000 pager one of the best possible options for helping deafblind people overcome the obstacles that are the simple everyday services of their homes.
The deafblind version of the Silent Alert SA3000 features a vibration motor which has different vibration patterns for each event. This makes it incredibly easy for you to understand what’s going on. The alert event options include:
The Silent Alert SA3000 deafblind pager is fully compatible with all Silent Alert SA3000 system products, enabling it to be expanded to include as many - or as few - services as you wish. For example, the pager will connect to the Mini Telephone monitor and will vibrate when someone is calling your house phone. And because it’s a specific vibration for the telephone, you’ll know right away that someone is calling you.
The Silent Alert SA3000 pager can be set to a wider range if needed. This makes the pager more sensitive and boosts the range from 100m (in open air) to 1000m (in open air). This is a fantastic option if you live in an older home with thicker walls which make it hard for radio signals to penetrate, or if you need to run the system over a wider area.
Long Battery Life
The Silent Alert SA3000 is designed to work for as long as you need it to. The battery will last all day and should be charged overnight. This means that you can guarantee that the pager will work when it’s most needed. And because the battery is sealed into the unit, you don’t have to worry about changing it. Just pop it into the charging cradle and it’ll be ready for you in the morning.
If you’re interested in getting your hands on the Silent Alert SA3000 pager for deafblind people and any of the monitoring products you might need, head on over to Care Alarms and check out our range of Silent Alert SA3000 system products.