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PESCO INTRODUCES REMOTE CONTROL, CHILD ALARM/LOCATER BELT

 NORRISTOWN, Pa., Feb. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- After 12 months of research and development, Pesco announced the completion of its patented child alarm/locater belt which will go under the name of Pesco's Safe-T-Signal(TM).
 Safe-T-Signal is the first of its kind to conform with FCC guidelines, which straps around the child and looks like a sport pouch. A two-inch in diameter hole in the front of the pouch allows flashing lights to be seen and an earsplitting chirper or alarm to be heard at the parents' discretion.
 Concerned parents can feel a little more at ease with Safe-T-Signal, explained Joe Manzo, president of Pesco.
 Safe-T-Signal comes with a remote control for parents or whomever the guardian may be for said time period, and it has three functions.
 The first function button allows the flashing lights to be on or off; this is an evening feature which can be used in many ways.
 The second function button emits a loud, fraction-of-a-second chirp which is used in locating the child and can be repeated as many times as necessary, through walls, doors, aisles, cars ... virtually anything, and is very effective at 300 feet.
 The third function button on the remote is used when the parent can't find the child. When depressed it will activate a piercing alarm of 130db when you are within 300 feet of the receiver. The child's receiver will continue in the alarm mode, no matter what the distance, until the battery is exhausted, or the number two chirp button is depressed.
 Tom Stack, vp marketing, said Safe-T-Signal is getting the attention and will be supported by national safety groups. The child alarm and locater will be the first generation of Safe-T-Signal, which will be followed by similar remote control security units that can be used for Alzheimer's patients, bikers, joggers, mall shoppers ... virtually anyone who needs personal security at the tip of their finger.
 Pesco is currently talking to national retail accounts in the launching of Safe-T-Signal and is looking for many different forms of distribution from amusement parks to home centers.
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 /CONTACT: Joe Manzo, president, or Tom Stack, vp-marketing, of Pesco Distribution Center, 800-441-5114/


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