call alarm

call alarm

n
(Electronics)
a. an electronic device that sends an alarm signal, usually to a distant monitoring centre
b. (as modifier): a call-alarm system.
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He added: "His cell call alarm system came up and the prisoner with John notified us he had fainted in the cell and cut his head.
We do have a Care Call alarm system, which involves pulling a cord in an emergency, but it leaves a lot to be desired.
She is especially concerned about her panic call alarm.
Under the Police Reform Act of 2002, police can seize vehicles used to call alarm, distress or annoyance after issuing a warning.
The Volvo On Call alarm centre can contact the car and get its precise position via its GPS unit - even if its telephone is switched off.
Critical alerts, for example, show up as red on the dashboard and an email notification and phone call alarm are sent to the Smart Link team.
The hospital has been ordered to improve after inspectors found patients were being put at risk by a faulty emergency call alarm system, poor staffing and incidents going unreported.
One touch of the button on an Aid Call alarm connects the distressed person to a dedicated Response Centre, which is staffed by professionally trained operators 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Try to attract attention by banging on the floor or wall, or use your call alarm.
Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service installed a Help on Call alarm system in her home, which when pressed, allows a control room operator to speak directly to the person who activated it.