Connected Essentials Call Alert Light and Ringer

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Product overview

• Flashing & Audio Call Alert – Works with any landline telephone
• Simple to set up – just plug in – no installation required
• Loud Ringer – up to 120dB
• High Visibility strobe light
• Can be set to audio only or visual alert only
• Easy to follow operating instructions
• Telephone Call Alert unit is fitted with a 2 metre mains lead and a 3 metre telephone lead
• Includes a double telephone adapter to enable you to plug your telephone and the Telephone Call Alert into the same telephone socket
• Wall mounting bracket included
• Simply plugs into a 13 amp mains socket and a BT type telephone socket

The Telephone Call Alert is a mains or battery powered light and ringer that plugs directly into a BT type telephone socket and flashes and/or rings whilst the telephone is ringing. The Telephone Call Alert produces a bright flashing light that makes you aware that the telephone is ringing in situations when you cannot, or do not want to, hear it ring. Ideal for the hard of hearing or noisy environments.

I would like to use these in a factory. How robust are they?

Asked by: enzobi
Unfortunately we are unable to guarantee full compatibility for this item in your intended application.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-10-24

Hi, Can I just use the flashing feature as I don't want to hear the phone ring, just want to be alerted through a light feature. Thanks

Asked by: RubTheBuda
Unfortunately not both features have to be used.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-10-24

Isn't 120dB loud? I thought burgular alarms are around 100db?

Asked by: floppyfringe
Yes 120db is very loud, this is designed for people who are hard of hearing.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2016-10-24

Can this be used by a Deaf person to alert me to calls, or will cause a loud noise to be heard by my neighbours at the same time?

Asked by: floppyfinge
This will be quite loud, but is ideal for deaf people, it should not disturb the neighbours.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2016-10-24
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