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Defibrillator Emergency Communication System - Talk-A-Phone Co. - Facility Management Product Release
The AED-400 defibrillator emergency communication system features a hands-free ADA-compliant emergency phone, strobe, and siren, and is designed to store most automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) and medical kits behind a clear polycarbonate door. Opening the door activates the strobe and siren and alerts surrounding areas of an emergency situation.
The emergency phone provides one-touch communication with emergency personnel and has the ability to automatically notify the attendant of the calling location by a recorded message and digital display. Can be mounted to wall using surface or recess mounts or strapped to a poll or kiosk.
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