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Link to Life Fall Detector Review

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Link to Life is also the company acquired by CST for its response center which is backed up at an off-site emergency facility serviced by a separate power grid and telephone network. It, too, offers a fall detection system and has a monthly fee with no equipment or activation fees; there is no long-term commitment.

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John Nunn: ...
What is range? What is cost for two monitors?
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Steven Daily: ...
John,
"Range" refers to the number of feet away from the base unit (which is plugged in) the pendant or "button" can be worn and reliably transmit back. The concept is similar to cordless home phones. If you go too far away from the base unit, the signal will be lost. Range is highly dependent on the type of walls (brick, drywall, etc.) and the layout, among other things.

I don't know about any special pricing for two monitors.

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