Universal Sensor

Manufactured by Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd

DLF's summary

Adaptor to enable wired devices and other equipment to raise an alarm call through a compatible alarm system.

Product dimensions

Power source
Battery life5 years

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Supplier details

Head office
Whitley Lodge
Whitley Bridge
DN14 0HR

Supplier details last checked:
09 January 2020

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Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd 's name for this product is Universal Sensor Their product code is: 61005-30
Checked by DLF on 09 January 2020

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Manufacturer's contact

Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd
Whitley Lodge
Whitley Bridge
DN14 0HR
01977 660206

Manufacturer's product description

The Tunstall universal sensor connects multiple hardwired devices to a Lifeline home unit and other Tunstall telecare enabled systems. It uses radio signals to enable wireless alarm calls to be raised.

The universal sensor works as an interface between hard wired devices and Tunstall telecare enabled systems.

The keypad and LCD interface allow the installer to easily set the sensor to send a message to the home unit identifying which type of device it is linked to. When the attached device is triggered the universal sensor sends the appropriate message, providing the operator at the monitoring centre with sufficient information to respond accordingly.