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PocketVib

Product Type:

- mechanical signal device
- vibration receiver for converting acoustic signals into vibration signals and optical signals

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PocketVib - Vibrationsmelder

Areas of Application:

- hearing impairment

Description:

POCKETVIB is a small vibrator that uses acoustic signals such as B. Door bell, telephone, smoke detector from the DETECT alarm transmitter, as well as acoustic signals from the OBSERVER baby alarm and the paging alarm.
The vibrator is wireless, the user can move freely around the house, sit on the balcony or terrace and be sure about acoustic signals to be informed.

POCKETVIB converts the received signals into vibration and light signals. The vibrator has 7 different vibration patterns - one for each acoustic signal source. The user can see the vibration patterns. In addition, the vibrator has 4 differently colored light-emitting diodes, which allows the user to distinguish between the signals. The range is up to 75 meters.
POCKETVIB is battery operated and has a battery life of approx. 1 year. The integrated battery monitoring informs the user when the battery needs to be replaced.

Features / Components:

- with a clip on clothing
- can be plugged into a pocket

Price (without guarantee):

On request from: manufacturer or sales

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Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Further Product Details

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Manufacturer:

Phonic Ear A/S
Kongebakken 9
2765 Smørum
Denmark Telephone: +45 39177101 Email: mail@phonicear.com Homepage: https://www.phonicear.dk/

Distributor:

Phonic Ear A/S
Kongebakken 9
2765 Smørum
Denmark Telephone: +45 39177101 Email: mail@phonicear.com Homepage: https://www.phonicear.dk/

Technical Data:

Range: 75 m

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Reference Number:

M/22301


Source :

KBV


Last Update: 14 Feb 2020