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CISCOR keeps tabs on emergencies.

CISCOR's SPH-200 automated emergency call system speaker phone allows two-way voice communication between residents and facility caregivers. The communication is hands-free on the part of the resident. The speakerphones can be installed one at a time on an as-needed basis, as well as in a blanket installation throughout a facility. When the resident activates an alarm, the central computer sends the speakerphone a wireless command. This causes the speakerphone to call a preprogrammed telephone number and then go into hands-free speaker mode. The SPH-200 connects to any existing analog telephone jack and a 110vac outlet for a plug-in power supply. For more information, enter 68385 in the AdConnect box at www.cltcmag.com.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW
Publication:Contemporary Long Term Care
Date:Apr 1, 2007
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