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Extreme temperature sensor

The extreme temperature sensor provides advanced alerts of extreme household temperatures which could lead to unhealthy living conditions.

It also provides advanced warning of fire hazards, as unlike smoke alarms it can be sited in smoke rich environments such as kitchens, and can raise an alert when the room temperature falls to levels that could result in burst pipes.

For anyone who might be at risk of living in an unhealthy environmental temperature, the sensor raises an alert in order to help with independent living.

Extreme Temperature Sensor

How does it work?

They are designed to detect three temperature situations; high, low and rapid rate of rise. It can tell us if there is a fire in your house or if your house is too cold, for example, because the boiler is broken, bad weather or that the door has been left open.

Why is it needed?

The extreme temperature sensor is a unique solution for the remote monitoring of unhealthy environmental temperatures in order to help enable independent living. The extreme temperature sensor can be used with Lifeline base unit and provides a flexible solution for individual homes and grouped housing developments.

How does the personal alarm service work?

The extreme temperature sensor works in combination with the personal alarm service and helps individuals to live more independently, and have an improved quality of life.

Discrete wireless sensors throughout your home can automatically raise a local, audible alarm, as well as alerting a carer, key holder or the monitoring centre as appropriate.

Doro Care Personal Alarm
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Press the button

Simply press the button on your pendant or alarm unit when you need assistance.

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Speak to our staff

Our staff will respond and speak to you via the alarm unit. If they cannot get in touch they will summon help.

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Help is on the way

We will summon help by contacting the nominated key holder (relative, friend or neighbour) or the emergency services.