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Smoke Alarms for Hearing Impaired
Standard Smoke Alarms are not always adequate in alerting those with hearing impairments.LifeTone Smoke Alarm


"The Lifetone HLAC151 uses patented monitoring technology—perfected over 10 years of development—to actively listen for the high-frequency sound of your smoke alarm. When it detects a smoke alarm, your HLAC151 wakes you up and alerts you with 4 different signals: a loud, low-pitched (520 Hz) T3; a powerful vibrating bed shaker; instruction in a baritone voice (“Fire! Get out!”); and FIRE in large text against a flashing orange backlight." - LifeToneSafety.com

The diagram below outlines how the device works in conjunction with your current smoke alarms.

LifeTone Smoke Alarm - How It Works

 


No one should be without a smoke alarm - get this smoke alarm FREE for your loved one by filling out this - Hearing Impaired Smoke Alarm Application.