BOB 3600

 

The BOB 3600 Personal Emergency Response System is a supervised wireless emergency reporting product designed for medical alert applications. The table-top console provides pushbutton emergency assistance to anyone who desires additional security and peace of mind. For the visually impaired, each button on the console is molded with Braille characters to identify the button's function.

The console can receive signals from up to 16 wireless transmitters. Activating a transmitter causes the console's digital communicator to send the appropriate alarm report to the central monitoring station via the standard telephone network. In addition to the Care Center report, audible and visual indications occur and the alarm relay energizes during an emergency activation.

 

Benefits

  • 8 Programmable Reminder Messages - message acknowledgement can be monitored or unmonitored by the Care Center

  • 2-Way ClearVoice 'Hands Free' Connection - subscriber can talk hands free to the Care Center or Callers by pressing the pendant button

  • Various wearable and mounted detectors (wristband, neck pendant, panic button, or large remote push button)

  • Comprehensive environmental safety detection - including, smoke, flood, carbon monoxide (CO), inactivity, and intrusion monitoring

  • Emergency call initiation and pick-up of incoming calls using wearable remote transmitters

  • Built-in, two-way speakerphone - with high-volume setting and high-sensitivity microphone

  • 24/7 Care Center Monitoring

  • Personalized Emergency Response Protocols

  • Care Center can talk to and view the subscriber profile, send help, remind, and reassure, all remotely

  • Waterproof pendant

  • Comprehensive anti-failure protection features - including power failure and low or missing battery alerts, 32-hour backup battery, and programmable periodic test