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First Call Medical Alert
Independent living that truly is independent. Relyco’s new PERS system lets people report an emergency at the press of a button. The tabletop system is simple to install and use. The PERS system automatically places a call for help whenever you need assistance, any time of the day or night. Family, neighbors, medical personnel whom you predesignate are notified immediately, so they can respond.
The system includes a very versatile personal emergency transmitter that you should keep with you all the time. A number of accessories make it easy to adapt to different circumstances. These include a wristband, a pocket/belt clip, and a pendant string. The transmitter is water resistant, so you can even wear it in the shower.
A long transmission range ensures that you can depend on its signal reaching the console. However, each unit must be tested for range at the individual location. The transmitter is also continuously monitored by the console, alerting you when its long life batteries get low.
The PERS system is the ultimate way to know your loved ones are safe at all times. Call Relyco Security today for information on how to keep your family safe at home with our wide variety of security products and solutions.
The best news is, the installation is free and there is no monthly contract. AND it’s only $25.00 per month.
Two-way Voice Monitoring
What is Two-Way Voice?
Two-Way Voice is an audio device incorporating a speaker and microphone that is added to the Personal Emergency Response System. It allows Central Station operators to hear what’s going on at the premises when the device is activated, while also directly conversing with the client.
How does Two-Way Voice work?
Once the alarm has been triggered, a microphone is activated. This allows ther professionally-trained Central Station operators to listen in on the protected premises. Through a speaker also located on-site, the operator converses directly with the individual.