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All PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) units provided by Kupuna Monitoring Systems include a small wearable pendant button, and a large button mounted on the base unit of the system. When activated, the PERS calls a 24/7 response center where a trained operator can assess the situation and dispatch the appropriate aid for the client.

     

Landline PERS

The Vi is our most technologically advanced personal emergency response system. The Vi system includes a console unit and one Amie personal activator.

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Key features

  • Attractive, sleek design is non-clinical and unobtrusive
  • Audio messages available in 3 languages to announce call progress and status messages
  • Illuminated help button to be easily located at night
  • Convenient cancel button in case help button is accidentally pressed
  • Compatible with land line, cable, and VoIP services
  • Compatible with iVi intelligent pendant with fall detection

     

       

Wireless PERS

The Tunstall CEL MXD is a Personal Emergency Response System which utilizes a cellular network to communicate with our Emergency Response Center. A landline or traditional phone service is not required, nor does it require a cellular plan. The CEL MXD system includes a two-way voice base console and one personal activator which can be worn as a lanyard, or wristband.

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Key features

  • Audible announcements available in English or Spanish
  • 60 hour back-up console battery
  • Integrated loud speaker & microphone
  • Operates on a cellular network*
  • Compatible with the MyActive Fall Detector**   
*The Tunstall CEL MXD requires a satisfactory GSM Cellular network connection to operate as intended. Coverage may not be available in all areas and may change after system activation due to a number of factors.
**Fall detection feature does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always press their help button when they need help


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Billions of dollars are spent annually on health care related to falls.

     

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