Medical Alarm Concepts, MediPendant: Review
Product name: MediPendant
Manufacturer / Distributor: Medical Alarm Concepts
Compilation: Q4 2015. Updated Q4 2018.
This page contains our Medical Alarm Concepts MediPendant review.
Analyst Summary: Medical Alarm Concepts MediPendant
This product is an at-home medical alert system, and comes in two flavors: one for use with a landline / VoIP etc.; and one that works via cellular connection to the resonse center.
The big difference about this system is that it allows two voice through the pendant itself and NOT just via the base station. No fall detection. And the extra capability of the pendant comes with a downside of pendant battery life, which the company claims is a year on standby or 6 hours of talking. Need to investigate what the real life battery life will be.
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Product Line & Company: Medical Alarm Concepts
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