System incorporates Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology

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System incorporates Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology
System incorporates Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology

Digital Care Systems recently introduced the CC-5900HS Emergency Call System. Designed for both in-room and campus wide coverage, the system incorporates the firm's Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology. This adaptation allows the system to receive transmissions from outside residents' rooms.

When multiple CC-5900HS is activated, an overlapping network that provides coverage of residents anyplace in the community is created. The system also differentiates between in-room or out-of-room activations. The system is activated wirelessly with a pendant transmitter, wireless pull-cord, or any other device with an isolated contact closure.

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