Gsm Module

Manufactured by Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd

DLF's summary

This unit connects to Lifeline home units or Communicall Vision warden call systems. It uses the GSM cellular mobile phone network to connect to call centres when there is no landline available.

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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 Gsm Module Their product code is: 36600-07A
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 GSM module is specifically designed to connect to a Lifeline home unit allowing calls to be raised using the GSM mobile phone network. Because the GSM module is supplied SIM card free the service provider can use the network of their choice.

It is ideal for: elderly, infirm or disabled people; individuals who have been discharged from hospital and require additional support and assistance at home; people subject to domestic violence, racial harassment, repeat victimisation and distraction burglary; those living in high crime areas; people of any age living alone; monitoring unoccupied buildings.

When a call is initiated the Lifeline home unit will transmit the call to the designated 24 hour monitoring centre via the mobile phone network. Once the call is accepted at the monitoring centre, two way speech is established between the operator and the caller.

It is also supplied with a battery backup to provide even greater reassurance in the event of power failure.