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Silent Call Communications Has a New Alerting Device Coming Soon

December 10, 2011

Lisa DeLeuil, Director of Marketing at Silent Call Communications will be introducing a new body worn receiver Q1 12. This receiver looks like the most popular smart phones in the market today and can be charged with use of a USB. The receiver will work with Silent Callâs Signature Series transmitters, to include the Doorbell, Sound Monitor, Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Weather Alerting System with radio, and a telephone.

Waterford, Michigan (PRWEB) December 10, 2011

Lisa DeLeuil, Director of Marketing at Silent Call Communications will be introducing a new body worn receiver Q1 12. This receiver looks like the most popular smart phones in the market today, so it is fashionable and functional. Not only will a person be able to charge the device with a regular charger, but it can also be charged with use of a USB. The receiver will work with Silent Callâs Signature Series transmitters, to include the Doorbell, Sound Monitor, Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Weather Alerting System with radio, and a telephone.

Silent Call knows that missing a phone call or someone at the door can be frustrating. This device is the solution for a person to be alert without disturbing anyone else in the home. The body worn receiver has a predetermined vibration alerting system and corresponding LEDâs. It can be clipped to a personâs waistband or put in their pocket. When one of the transmitters is activated or the phone is ringing, the receiver will vibrate, making the person wearing it aware of an alert and will flash a corresponding light as well. This product will be available Q1 12 with more information to come.

Silent Call Communications is a Waterford, Michigan based company that provides tactile and alerting devices to organizations, companies and individuals alike. Since 1985, the Silent Call Communications Corporation has taken a simple philosophy of personal communications by means of electronic devices and developed an exciting product line. These products have revolutionized the means by which people who are seniors, hard of hearing, deaf or deaf/blind may lead more convenient, safe lives. For more information about Silent Call Communications and products, please visit http://www.silentcall.com or call (800) 572-5227 (Voice or TTY).

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