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SIMPLE AUTOMATIC SYSTEM
PREPARES YOUR HOME FOR ANY
EMERGENCY
TELEMERGENCY PRO-ELITE (700C)
LIMITE!"#$%&'-#()*"DAY WARRANTY
This product is warranted by Telemergency, LLC against manufacturing
defects in material and workmanship under normal use for Iorty Iive
days from the date of purchase. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN,
TELEMERGENCY, LLC. MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES
AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION
OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED
HEREIN. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, TELEMERGENCY,
LTD. SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO
CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH
RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF
THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF
TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, EVEN IF TELEMERGENCY, LLC. HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations, or exclusions may not apply to you. In the
event of a product defect during the warranty period, contact
Telemergency, LLC. For a Returned Merchandise Authorization.
Telemergency, LLC. will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by
law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts
and labor; (b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design;
or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced parts and products on
which a refund is made, become the property of Telemergency, LLC
New or reconditioned parts and products may be used in the
performance of warranty service.
Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder
of the original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or
replacement of the product made after the expiration of the warranty
period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or
attributable to acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or
abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or
maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage
or current; (b) any repairs other than those provided by Telemergency,
LLC; (c) consumables such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage;
(e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product
removal, installation, set-up service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state.
Telemergency LLC., Customer Relations, Dep't. R, 200 13th Avenue,
Suite 16B2, Ronkonkoma, New York 11779
USER MANUAL
Consumer Helpline
1-888-558-7420
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT, BASIC
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY
TO PERSONS, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall telephone jack and power outlet
before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or
near a swimming pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The
product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6. Slots or openings in the cabinet and the back and bottom are
provided for ventilation, to protect it from overheating. These
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, or other similar
surface. This product should never be placed near or over a
radiator or heat register.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the
type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or local
power company.
8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate
this product where the cord will be abused by persons walking on
it. Do not attach the power cord to building surfaces.
9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result
in the risk of fire or electric shock.
10. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could result in the risk of fire or electric shock. Never
spill liquid of any kind on the product.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this
product, but take it to a qualified serviceman when some service
or repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassembly can cause electric shock when the appliance is
subsequently used.
12. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
c. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock
from lightning.
14. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTION FOR BATTERIES
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR INJURY TO PERSONS,
READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
1. Use only 1-9V alkaline battery. Pendant uses a 12V alkaline
battery.
2. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. The cell may explode.
Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is
corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be
toxic if swallowed.
4. Exercise care in handling battery in order not to short the battery
with conduction materials such as rings, bracelets and keys. The
battery or conductors may overheat and cause burns.
5. Do not attempt to recharge the battery identified for use with this
product. The battery may leak corrosive electrolyte or explode.
6. Do not attempt to rejuvenate the battery identified for use with
this product by heating them. Sudden release of the battery
electrolyte may occur causing burns or irritation to eyes or skin.
7. When inserting battery into this product, the proper polarity or
direction must be observed. Reverse insertion of the battery can
cause charging, and that may result in leakage or explosion.
8. Remove the battery from this product if the product will not be
used for a long period of time (several months or more) since
during this time the battery could leak in the product.
9. Discard “dead” battery as soon as possible since “dead” battery
are more likely to leak in a product.
10. Do not store this product, or the battery identified for use with
this product, in high-temperature areas. Abattery that is stored in
a freezer or refrigerator for the purpose of extending shelf like
should be protected from condensation during storage and
defrosting. The battery should be stabilized at room temperature
prior to use after cold storage.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
3. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the
telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
NOTE: Refer to “FCC Wants You To Know” section before connection
to telephone.
NOTES
• The telephone portion of your dialer/message console has been
tested and found to comply with all applicable UL and FCC
standards.
• This product is not a security system or an emergency service
device.
• The manufacturer makes no claim as to the suitability of this
product to perform as a life-saving device. See section marked
LIMITED FORTY-FIVE DAY WARRANTY for full warranty
conditions.
• The unit will not work through a switchboard, some phone
systems that don’t always supply a standard dial tone or phone
systems that require a delay, (for example, some systems where
you must dial a number to get an outside line). For more
information, call 1-888-558-7420.
1 2 3
4 5 6
FCC WANTS YOU TO KNOW
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the bottom
of the base of this equipment is a label that contains, among other
information, the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence
number (REN) for this equipment. You must, upon request, provide
this information to your telephone company. They may also ask you
for the Universal Order Code (USOC) which is RJ-11C.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect
to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when
your telephone number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of
the REN’s of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five
(5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your
line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone
company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network,
the telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If
possible, they will notify you in advance. But if advance notice isn’t
practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be informed
of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of
your equipment. If they do, you will be notified in advance to give you
an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. If you
experience trouble with this telephone equipment, disconnect from the
network until the problem has been corrected or until you are sure that
the equipment is not malfunctioning.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the
telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. Some telephone
equipment operate at frequencies that may cause interference to nearby
TV’s and VCR’s; to minimize or prevent such interference, the base of
telephone equipment should not be placed near or on top of a TV or
VCR; and, if interference is experienced, moving the telephone
equipment farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or
eliminate the interference. However there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for
help.
Telemergency Systems, LLC.
200-16B2 13th Avenue
Ronkonkoma, N.Y. 11779
Telephone: 888-558-7420
SERVICE
According to FCC regulations, this equipment, which has been
certified and registered by the FCC, may only be repaired by
authorized persons. If repairs or adjustments are made by an
unauthorized person, the FCC certification may be voided.
Should you encounter any problems, please call the toll-free
Consumer Helpline for assistance:
1-888-558-7420, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm (E.S.T.)
Any Questions?
STOP...don't take unit back to the store.
Call our toll-free number... 1-888-558-7420
Listen as our experts talk you through the problem
GENERAL INFORMATION
UNPACKING
This package contains:
• Model 700C Alert Device
• Accessory: Wireless Help Pendant
• One Quick Instruction Guide
• One AC Adaptor
• One modular Line Cord
• User Manual/Warranty Information
If anything is missing or damaged, contact us at 1-888 558-7420.
Keep the package to transport unit. For your reference keep a record
of date of purchase. Please save the sales receipt for the warranty
reference.
Date of Purchase_______________________________
ABOUT YOUR UNIT
With a press of one of the three emergency buttons your Model 700C
will send out the personalized message associated with the emergency
button pressed, to up to 5 entered telephone numbers of your choice
plus "Automatic 911" (Optional) for Emergency 1 (E1).
READY TO USE
For your convenience Model 700C has been programmed with 3 pre-
recorded messages for medical, fire, and burglary that are ready to
use. The unit is shipped with symbols for health, fire and burglary.
Each of these labels is reversible, you can mark accordingly if you
wish to change or personalize the messages for Emergency 1,
Emergency 2 and Emergency 3 and enter the appropriate telephone
numbers to be called for each.
You can also use for situations that fit your needs such as Children
Home Alone, Babysitters, Prowlers, etc.
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INSTALLATION
CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION:
Your unit must be placed on a hard flat surface and connected to both
the telephone wall jack and an AC Power source. Allow at least one
inch to the rear and four inches above the unit for ventilation.
IMPORTANT:
To retain full operation of
Model 700C and during short
duration power failures insert
a 9V DC alkaline battery (not
included) into the battery
compartment located at bottom of Model 700C. You may do this by
simply removing the battery cover, connecting the battery and replacing
the cover.
Connecting the Telephone and Telemergency:
1. Disconnect the Telephone Line Cord from the telephone wall jack
and plug into the jack labeled TELEPHONE on the back of the
Telemergency unit.
2. Plug one end of the supplied modular Line Cord into the jack labeled
PHONE LINE on the back of the Telemergency unit. Plug the other
end of the supplied modular line cord into the telephone wall jack.
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Connecting the AC Adaptor:
1. Plug the supplied power cord of the AC adaptor into the jack labeled
9V 300mA on the back of the Model 700C unit.
2. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet not
controlled by a wall switch. Power indicator on the front of the
Model 700C unit should be on.
Wall Mounting
Your Telemergency unit can be wall-mounted on two screws (
1
/8"
diameter - not included) installed 27/8" horizontally apart in the wall.
Leave 3/16" of each screw exposed for mounting the unit. The pedestal
is installed in desktop position when the unit is shipped. Detached it
from the base by pressing the hooks at both sides. Rotate it 180 degrees
and insert it back to the holes of the base. Attach the assembly to wall
by inserting the screw heads into the slots on the back of the pedestal.
Pull down gently for a snug fit. Set the antenna upright for best
reception.
SPECIAL FEATURES OF MODEL 700C
About Model 700C
You have purchased the Model 700C designed to help protect you in
case of emergency.
Model 700C is a product that dials 911 (optional) for Emergency 1
only and up to 5 telephone numbers of your choice for each of 3
emergencies from any touch-tone service telephone. One simple press
of a button on unit can tell them where you are..plus! When an
appropriate emergency is activated and the called party's telephone
answers, the emergency information message, instructions and a beep
are transmitted. The called party, when receiving the emergency have
the following options available to them: listen to area where 700C is
located and after they hear 2 Beeps, press "9" to hear emergency
message again, press "8" or "7" to acknowledge they are sending help,
press"3" to speak to caller for 15 seconds before call is disconnected.
You will be able to record up to 3 different emergency information
messages and one pre-recorded instruction message (optional). The
instruction message will be the same for all 3 emergencies programmed.
The Model 700C is there to assist you. For this system to be prepared
to help you, all telephones connected to the telephone number Model
700C is connected to must be “ON HOOK.”
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
7
3
Play
5
Msg
(Antenna)
(Speaker)
(911 ON/OFF)
(Power
ON/OFF)
(Power
Indicator)
(Low Battery)
(Stop)
2
Rec
1
Instr
(Record /
Normal)
(SPKR
ON/OFF)
Emergency 1
Emergency 2
Emergency 3
Figure I
Pendant button
for Emergency 1
Pendant STOP button
LED Lights when button pressed
Power Cord
Handset
Touch Tone Service Telephone (not included)
AC Adaptor
Line Cord
Telephone
Line Cord
Record/Normal
Switch
10 11 12
Automatic 911
Model 700C gives you the option to add “Automatic 911” for
Emergency 1 (E1) only . Moving the “911” switch to the ON position
will automatically dial “911” first for Emergency 1 (E1) emergency,
followed by the telephone no.(s) stored in memory for E1. We suggest
that at least 1 additional telephone number be entered into memory for
Emergency 1. If no telephone no. is entered, 911 will be dialed one
time after activation of Emergency 1 (E1). Moving the “911” switch
to OFF position will keep “Automatic 911” off.
NOTE: Check with your local “911” service to verify the use of
“Automatic 911” in your area.
Emergency Dialing/Audible Alert
This feature allows user to know when the system is working and what
it is doing. The speaker (SPKR) needs to be in ON position. If any
Emergency button or the large button on the wireless help pendant are
pressed for one second, (wireless pendant must be within range of the
Model 700C) 3 BEEPS will be heard, notifying you that an Emergency
button has been pressed and system is activated. Then, if all phones
are On Hook, dial tone will be heard followed by dialing out up to 5
telephone numbers you entered. For Emergency 1 you can add
Automatic 911 to be dialed first. You need a tone-dialing service on
telephone line the 700C is connected to. You will hear 3 BEEPS before
each telephone number is dialed. If called telephone number is busy,
or if a called party's telephone rings 5 times and is not picked up, the
Model 700C goes to the next telephone number. The calls placed will
be in the sequence you selected. Each time the called party's telephone
rings, the beginning of the emergency message is heard. After the
telephone call is answered, the full emergency message, instructional
announcement followed by a BEEPTONE are sent. Called party should
listen to caller if they are able and near 700C unit (see Automatic
Speakerphone” on Page 11 of this manual for more details). After the
called party hears 2 beeps on their touch-tone service telephone, they
can acknowledge they are getting you help by pressing "8" and you
will hear 4 Beeps if tel # has been dialed one time followed by 5 Beeps
after all the tel #s for that emergency type have been dialed at least
once. Pressing "7" instead of "8" will stop additional #s from being
dialed. Pressing "3" allows you to speak for 15 seconds before call is
disconnected. Your Model 700C will continue dialing all telephone
numbers excluding “Automatic 911” for approximately 15 minutes
unless a called party responds with an “8” from their touch-tone service
telephone. The unit will dial all telephone numbers one time even if
time exceeds 15 minutes. If the “8” has been depressed, all entered
telephone numbers for that emergency or situation will be dialed one
time. At any time the caller can stop emergency dialing by pressing
STOP button on unit or STOP on pendant (small button on
pendant) or ANY CALLED PARTY CAN STOP THE
EMERGENCY DIALING BY PRESSING 7 ON THEIR
TELEPHONE AFTER HEARING THE EMERGENCY
MESSAGE AND INSTRUCTIONS. NOTE: If a called party does
not have touch-tone service, they need to use a phone that has a tone-
pulse switch to use the above features. The system requires tones to
respond. However, even without tone service they will be able to receive
the emergency information message and speak.
Controlled Speakerphone
The Speakerphone is an optional comfort feature that is operated by
the called party and works if the caller is in the vicinity of the base unit.
This feature’s primary function is to simply allow the called party to
VERBALLY communicate to the caller that help is on the way. These
features will only work after beep tone is heard at the end of the party's
instructional announcement. It should be noted that this feature is
already accomplished nonverbally by pressing “8” after the tone is
heard. However, it is often comforting to both caller and called party
to have some verbal communication with each other if possible. After
the beep tone is heard, called party can hear caller if they are near
"700C" and are able to speak. Called party can respond after hearing 2
beeps by speaking and pressing "7" or "8" as above within 15 seconds
before call is disconnected. Each press of "3" after 1 Beep or 2 Beeps
will allow 15 seconds of listening/speaking before disconnecting call.
Pressing "9" repeats emergency message. (NOTE: The enclosed cards
should be distributed to each person who "700C" will call in an
emergency.
Help Pendant (Wireless)
The Model 700C comes with a wireless “Help Pendant” , that can be
worn around the neck. This Help Pendant can typically activate
Emergency 1 which we suggest be used for medical situations, by
pressing larger button on the pendant. (You can maximize the range
by turning the antenna to a vertical position). Pressing this larger button
(for 1 second and releasing), functions the same as pressing the
Emergency 1 button on the unit. Remember, the help pendant only
works with Emergency 1. The pendant also has a small button which
is used to Stop (cancel) any transmission over the telephone line (the
same as pressing the STOP button on the unit).
NOTE: It is important you record your Identifying Number, located
on the back of your pendant in case pendant is lost or damaged.
System ON/OFF
The Power ON/OFF switch should be moved to OFF position when
user is not at home. (Power light still remains on). When at home,
move Power ON/OFF switch to ON. Power is required to be ON for
unit to work.
Power Lights
There are 2 lights on front panel. The Power Light (red) should be ON
at all times, except during power failures. The Battery (BATT LO)
green light, when lit, indicates there is no battery installed or the battery
voltage is low. It is important that battery is installed and green light is
off, so that Model 700C will function properly and during short term
power failures.
13 14 15
RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 1
MESSAGE, INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL)
AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO
BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I
RECORDING EMERGENCY 1 MESSAGE
Sample Message:
“This is a Medical Emergency. My name is Joe Smith. I live at 200
13th Avenue, Apt. 16B2, Ronkonkoma, N.Y. I have a heart condition.
I have asthma. Please come at once.”
Getting Started:
A. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
B. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD
(rear of unit)
C. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. (side of
unit)
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF
switch to ON.
E. Pick up telephone handset. Note: You will not hear a dial tone
while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in
RECORD.
Recording the Message:
1. Press and release large Emergency 1 button (Red Cross) on
Telemergency. BEEP IS HEARD on handset. (see Figure I)
2. Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid),
immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second
message.
Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds.
3. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message.
Message is automatically played back for review on handset.
Hang up telephone handset.
Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at
any time, follow steps above starting with step A.
You have completed recording the Emergency 1 message.
RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONAL MESSAGE:
Note: Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies
or situations. This instructional message is delivered to called party(s)
after the specific emergency or situation message you selected. To
Record Instructional message...follow all directions as above, pressing
INSTR button (under lid) instead of Emergency 1 button.
ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. CALLED FOR
EMERGENCY 1
Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would
dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used.
Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces
below:
*Telephone Number
1st no. to be called _________________
2nd no. to be called (if desired _________________
3rd no. to be called (if desired) _________________
4th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
5th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
*BesidesTelephone Number you mayalsorequire1and/or theAreaCode.
EMERGENCY 1 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE
CALLED (TABLE I)
Note: If you are using the Automatic 911 feature, 911 will be called
prior to any entered telephone number.
Getting Started:
Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF.
Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD.
(rear of unit)
Wait 10 seconds, then move Power switch under lid to ON.
Pick up telephone handset.
On the Telemergency:
Press and release Emergency 1 button ...BEEP IS HEARD on
handset.
Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS
HEARD on handset.
On Attached Telephone:
Entering 1st no. to be called
1. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit).
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 1st. no. to be called. (see Table I)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset.
You have completed entering a telephone number. If you did
not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch (under
lid) to OFF, wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the
5 steps of "Entering 1st no. to be called" above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 1, 1st no. to be called
Entering 2nd no. to be called (if desired)
1. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit).
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 2nd no. to be called. (see Table I)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. You
have completed entering a telephone number. If you did not
hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch (under lid) to
OFF, wait 10 seconds and move to ON. and repeat the 5 steps of
“Entering 2nd no. to be called” above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 1, 2nd no. to be called
Entering 3rd no. to be called (if desired)
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “3” in step 1 and entering
3rd no. to be called (see Table 1) in step 4 for 3rd no. to be called.
Entering 4th no. to be called (if desired)
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “4” in step 1 and entering
4th no. to be called (see Table 1) in step 4 for 4th no. to be called.
Entering 5th no. to be called (if desired)
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering
5th no. to be called (Table 1) in step 4 for 5th no. to be called.
CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO.
You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may
have entered.
Simply, follow the Getting Started and On the Telemergency above.
Then follow procedures On Attached Telephone above. If you wish
to delete a Telephone No. as listed in Table I, simply follow steps 1
(pressing the appropriate 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 button on attached phone
representing the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th no. you wish to be deleted), 2
and 5 above. If you wish to change a telephone number simply follow
all steps 1 thru 5.
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4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
5. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep,
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP Button On Unit.
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
confirm that telephone no. entered is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page
14.
On the Telemergency: 2nd no. to be called (see Table I)
1. Press 1, 1, 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) ...BEEP
IS HEARD after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed. Note: You will hear 4
seconds of your message each time the phone rings. (Note: Only
if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to
terminate call - 5 Beeps heard).
4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
5. After complete message is played you will hear a beep.
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP button ON Unit.
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
speak to confirm that telephone no. is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page 14
and 15 .
CHECKING THE 3rd, 4th and 5th telephone nos. to be called
FOR EMERGENCY 1
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, press “1, 1, 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. to
be called, press “1, 1, 4” in step 1 for 4th no. to be called, and press “1,
1, 5” in step 1 for 5th no. to be called.
PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR
EMERGENCY 1
• Your Telemergency unit has a wireless help pendant. The large
button on the pendant performs the same function as pressing
Emergency 1 button on your Telemergency unit.
• Pressing the small button on your pendant is the same as pressing
STOP button on the Telemergency unit.
• For determining distance that your wireless pendant will
function from Telemergency unit, see section CHECKING
RANGE OF HELP PENDANT AND AUTOMATIC
WIRELESS ACCESSORIES.
• Moving the “911” switch to ON (under lid) will automatically
call “911” before the entered phone numbers, when the
Emergency 1 (E1) button or large pendant button is pressed.
• Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model
700C is connected to are ON HOOK.
Getting Started:
1. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF.
2. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. (side of unit).
3. Move “911” switch (under lid) to OFF.
4. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit).
5. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch located
under lid to ON.
6. Press Emergency 1 button (Red Cross)... 3 BEEPS WILL BE
HEARD followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first
telephone number to be dialed.
7. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed—
5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.
8. Press large button on pendant….3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.
9. Press small button on pendant…5 BEEPS WILLBE HEARD.
10. Move “911” switch to ON to activate “AUTOMATIC 911” (if
desired).
YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU. IF
EMERGENCY 1 DOES OCCUR, SIMPLY PRESS AND
HOLD THE EMERGENCY 1 BUTTON OR LARGE
BUTTON ON PENDANT FOR ONE SECOND.
CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED
FOR EMERGENCY 1
• Only buttons marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency
are to be used. (Not from connected telephone).
• A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect
and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS.
• If telephone number that is being checked rings and is not picked
up...Press STOP...5 BEEPS heard...Recheck that no. when called
party can pick up. Make sure all entered telephone numbers are
checked.
• 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in
a selected location.
• You have the choice of checking all telephone nos. entered or
checking one at a time as described below. Suggestion: Notify
all called parties before checking.
To check Emergency 1 telephone numbers use the chart below:
(Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency)
1st no.to be called...Press 1, 1, 1
2nd no.to be called...Press 1, 1, 2
3rd no. to be called...Press 1, 1, 3
4th no. to be called...Press 1, 1, 4
5th no. to be called...Press 1, 1, 5
Getting Started:
A. Hang up all telephone handsets.
B. Move Telemergency Power switch under lid to OFF.
C. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMALswitch to NORMAL.
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch under
lid to ON.
E. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.
CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED
FOR EMERGENCY 1
Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up.)
On the Telemergency: 1st no. to be called (see Table I)
1. Press 1, 1, 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) Beep
is Heard after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed.
You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone
rings. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP
button on unit to terminate call - 5 Beeps heard..)
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RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 2
MESSAGE, INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL)
AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO
BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I
RECORDING EMERGENCY 2 MESSAGE
Sample Message:
“This is the babysitter for the Smiths at 200 13th Avenue, Apt. 16B2,
Ronkonkoma, N.Y. There is a problem and I need help. Please come
at once.”
Getting Started:
A. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
B. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMALswitch to RECORD.
(rear of unit)
C. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. (side of
unit)
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF
switch to ON.
E. Pick up telephone handset. Note: You will not hear a dial tone
while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in
RECORD.
Recording the Message:
1. Press and release large Emergency 2 button on Telemergency.
BEEP IS HEARD on handset. (see Figure I)
2. Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid),
immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second
message.
Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds.
3. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message.
Message is automatically played back for review on handset.
Hang up telephone handset.
Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at
any time, follow steps above starting with step A.
You have completed recording the Emergency 2 message.
RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONALMESSAGE
See Page 13 of this owners manual.
Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies or
situations.
ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. CALLED FOR
EMERGENCY 2
Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would
dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used.
Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces
below:
*Telephone Number
1st no. to be called _________________
2nd no. to be called (if desired) _________________
3rd no. to be called (if desired) _________________
4th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
5th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
*Besides Telephone Number you may require 1 and/or the Area Code
EMERGENCY 2 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE
CALLED (TABLE II)
Note:You cannot use the Automatic911 feature for Emergency 2
Do not touch 911 switch. It is used for Emergency1 (E1) only.
Getting Started:
Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF.
Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD.
(rear of unit)
Wait 10 seconds, then move Power switch under lid to ON.
Pick up telephone handset.
On the Telemergency:
Press and release Emergency 2 button ...BEEP IS HEARD on
handset.
Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS
HEARD on handset.
On Attached Telephone:
Entering 1st no. to be called
1. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit)
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 1st. no. to be called. (see Table II)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. You
have completed entering a telephone number. If you did not hear
2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch (under lid) to OFF,
wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the 5 steps of
"Entering 1st no. to be called" above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 2, 1st no. to be called
Entering 2nd no. to be called (if desired)
1. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit).
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 2nd no. to be called. (see Table II)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset.
You have completed entering a telephone number. If you did
not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch under lid
to OFF, wait 10 seconds and move to ON. and repeat the 5 steps
of “ Entering 2nd no. to be called above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 2, 2nd no. to be called.
Entering 3rd no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “3” in step 1 and entering
3rd no. to be called (see Table II) in step 4 for 3rd no. to be called.
Entering 4th no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “4” ins step 1 and entering
4th no. to be called (see Table II) in step 4 for 4th no. to be called.
Entering 5th no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru ”5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering
5th no. to be called (Table II) in step 4 for 5th no. to be called.
CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO.
You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may
have entered. Simply, follow the Getting Started and On the
Telemergency above. Then follow procedures On Attached
Telephone above. If you wish to delete a Telephone No. as listed in
Table II, simply follow steps 1 (pressing the appropriate 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5
button on attached phone representing the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th no.
you wish to be deleted), 2 and 5 above. If you wish to change a telephone
number simply follow all steps 1 thru 5.
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CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED
FOR EMERGENCY 2
• Only buttons marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency
are to be used. (Not from connected telephone).
• A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect
and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS.
• If telephone number that is being checked rings and is not picked
up...Press STOP...5 BEEPS heard...Recheck that no. when called
party can pick up. Make sure all entered telephone numbers are
checked.
• 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in
a selected location.
• You have the choice of checking all telephone nos. entered or
checking one at a time as described below. Suggestion: Notify
all called parties before checking.
To check Emergency 1 telephone numbers use the chart below:
(Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency)
1st no.to be called..Press 1, 2, 1
2nd no.to be called...Press 1, 2, 2
3rd no. to be called...Press 1, 2, 3
4th no. to be called...Press 1, 2, 4
5th no. to be called...Press 1, 2, 5
Getting Started:
A. Hang up all telephone handsets.
B. Move Telemergency Power switch ( under lid) to OFF.
C. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMALswitch to NORMAL.
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch under
lid to ON.
E. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.
CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED
FOR EMERGENCY 2
Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up)
On the Telemergency: 1st no. to be called (see Table II)
1. Press 1, 2, 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) ..Beep
is Heard after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed. You will hear 4 seconds
of your message each time the phone rings .. (Note: Only if no
one answers or phone is busy, press STOP button on unit to
terminate call -5 Beeps heard)
4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
5. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep,
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP Button On Unit
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
confirm that telephone no. entered is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page
20.
On the Telemergency: 2nd no. to be called (see Table II)
1. Press 1, 2, 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) ...BEEP
IS HEARD after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed. You will hear 4 seconds
of your message each time the phone rings) .. (Note: Only if no
one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to
terminate call...5 Beeps heard)
4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
5. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep,
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP Button On Unit
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
confirm that telephone no. entered is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Pages
20 and 21 .
CHECKING THE 3rd, 4th and 5th telephone nos. to be called
FOR EMERGENCY 2
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, press “1, 2, 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. to
be called, press “1, 2, 4” in step 1 for 4th no. to be called, and press “1,
2, 5” in step 1 for 5th no. to be called.
PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR
EMERGENCY 2
• You can use Emergency 2 button on Telemergency unit for any
situation you like. The unit comes with a generic pre-recorded
Fire message. You can replace the message (see page 19).
• Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model
700C is connected to are ON HOOK.
Getting Started:
1. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF.
2. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. (side of unit)
3. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit).
4. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch located
under lid to ON.
5. Press Emergency 2 button ... 3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD
followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first telephone
number to be dialed.
6. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed—
5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD
YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU. IF
EMERGENCY 2 DOES OCCUR, SIMPLY PRESS AND
HOLD THE EMERGENCY 2 BUTTON FOR ONE SECOND.
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RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 3
MESSAGE, INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL)
AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO
BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I
RECORDING EMERGENCY 3 MESSAGE
Sample Message:
“This is an Emergency. My name is Joe Smith. I live at 200 13th
Avenue, Apt. 16B2, Ronkonkoma, NY. There is a prowler outside
my house. Please come at once.”
Getting Started:
A. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
B. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD
(rear of unit)
C. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. (side of
unit)
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF
switch to ON.
E. Pick up telephone handset. Note: You will not hear a dial tone
while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in
RECORD.
Recording the Message:
1. Press and release large Emergency 3 button on Telemergency
BEEP IS HEARD on handset (see Figure I)
2. Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid),
immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second
message.
Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds.
3. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message.
Message is automatically played back for review on handset.
Hang up telephone handset
Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at
any time, follow steps above starting with step A.
You have completed recording the Emergency 3 message.
RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONALMESSAGE (Optional):
If you wish to change, follow Recording Instructions (Optional) on
Page 13 of this owners manual.
Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies or
situations. This instructional message is delivered to called party(s)
after the specific emergency or situation message you selected
ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. CALLED FOR
EMERGENCY 3
Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would
dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used.
Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces
below:
*Telephone Number
1st no. to be called _________________
2nd no. to be called (if desired) _________________
3rd no. to be called (if desired) _________________
4th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
5th no. to be called (if desired) _________________
*Besides Telephone number you may require .1 and/or the Area Code.
EMERGENCY 3 telephone numbers to be called (Table III)
Note: You cannot use the Automatic 911 feature for Emergency 3.
Do not touch 911 switch. It is used for Emergency1 (E1) only.
Getting Started:
Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid)
to OFF.
Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF.
Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. (rear of unit)
Wait 10 seconds, then move Power switch under lid to ON.
Pick up telephone handset.
On the Telemergency:
Press and release Emergency 3 button ...BEEP IS HEARD on
handset.
Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS
HEARD on handset.
On Attached Telephone:
Entering 1st no. to be called
1. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit)
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 1st. no. to be called. (see Table III)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. You
have completed entering a telephone number. If you did not hear
2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch (under lid) to OFF,
wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the 5 steps of
“Entering 1st no. to be called” above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 3, 1st no. to be called.
Entering 2nd no. to be called (if desired)
1. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on
Telemergency unit).
2. Press and release “#” button. 1 Beep is heard on handset.
3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.
4. Enter 2nd no. to be called. (see Table III)
5. Press and release “#” button. 2 Beeps are heard on handset.
You have completed entering a telephone number. If you did
not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above, move Power switch under lid
to OFF, wait 10 seconds and move to ON. and repeat the 5 steps
of “ Entering 2nd no. to be called above.
You have completed entry of Emergency 3, 2nd no. to be called
Entering 3rd no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “3” in step 1 and entering
3rd no. to be called (see Table III) in step 4 for 3rd no. to be called.
Entering 4th no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, pressing “4” in step 1 and entering
4th no. to be called (see Table III) in step 4 for 4th no. to be called.
Entering 5th no. to be called (if desired):
Follow steps “1” thru ”5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering
5th no. to be called (Table III) in step 4 for 5th no. to be called.
CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO.
You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may
have entered. Simply, follow the Getting Started and On the
Telemergency above. Then follow procedures On Attached
Telephone above. If you wish to delete a Telephone No. as listed in
Table II, simply follow steps 1 (pressing the appropriate 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5
button on attached phone representing the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th no.
you wish to be deleted), 2 and 5 above. If you wish to change a telephone
number simply follow all steps 1 thru 5.
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5. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP Button On Unit
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
confirm that telephone no. entered is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page 26
.
On the Telemergency: 2nd no. to be called (see Table III)
1. Press 1, 3, 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) ...BEEP
IS HEARD after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed. You will hear 4 seconds
of your message each time the phone rings .. (Note: If no one
answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate
call...5 Beeps heard)
4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
5. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep
...PICK UP HANDSET...then...Press STOP Button On Unit
...5 Beeps are heard ... Speaking into handset ask called party to
confirm that telephone no. entered is correct. After called party
confirms their tel. no. HANG UP HANDSET
NOTE: If entered no. is incorrect follow procedures on Pages
26 and 27 .
CHECKING THE 3rd, 4th and 5th telephone nos.. to be called
FOR EMERGENCY 3
Follow steps “1” thru “5” above, press “1, 3, 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. to
be called, press “1, 3, 4” in step 1 for 4th no. to be called, and press “1,
3, 5” in step 1 for 5th no. to be called.
PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR
EMERGENCY 3
• You can use Emergency 3 button on Telemergency unit for any
situation you like. The unit comes with a generic pre-recorded
Fire message. You can replace the message (see page 19) .
• Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model
700C is connected to are ON HOOK.
Getting Started:
1. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF.
2. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. (side of unit)
3. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit).
4. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch located
under lid to ON.
5. Press Emergency 3 button ... 3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD
followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first telephone number
to be dialed.
6. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed—
5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.
YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU. IF
EMERGENCY 3 DOES OCCUR, SIMPLY PRESS AND
HOLD THE EMERGENCY 1 BUTTON FOR ONE SECOND.
CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED FOR
EMERGENCY 3
• Only buttons marked 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency
are to be used. (Not from connected telephone.)
• A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect
and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS.
• If a telephone number that is being checked rings and is not
picked up...Press STOP...5 Beeps heard. Recheck that no. when
called party can pick. Make sure all entered telephone numbers
are checked.
• 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in
a selected location
• You have the choice of checking all telephone nos. entered or
checking one at a time as described below.
Suggestion: Notify all called parties before checking.
To check Emergency 3 telephone numbers use the chart below:
(Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency)
1st no.to be called...Press 1, 3, 1
2nd no.to be called...Press 1, 3, 2
3rd no. to be called...Press 1, 3, 3
4th no. to be called...Press 1, 3, 4
5th no. to be called...Press 1, 3, 5
Getting Started:
A. Hang up all telephone handset.
B. Move Telemergency Power switch under lid to OFF.
C. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMALswitch to NORMAL.
D. Wait 10 seconds, then move Telemergency Power switch under
lid to ON.
E. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.
CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED
FOR EMERGENCY 3
Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up)
On the Telemergency: 1st no. to be called (see Table III)
1. Press 1, 3, 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) Beep
is Heard after each button is pressed.
2. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.
3. Hear telephone number being dialed. You will hear 4 seconds
of your message each time the phone rings .. (Note: Only if no
one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to
terminate call....5 Beeps heard.)
4. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the
Telemergency.
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REVIEWING RECORDED EMERGENCY
MESSAGES AND INSTRUCTION
Getting Started:
1. Move Telemergency Power switch located to OFF.
2. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD.
3. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.
4. Move Telemergency Power switch located under lid to ON.
On the Telemergency:
Checking Emergency 1..press Emergency 1 button..Beep is heard.
Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message.
Checking Emergency 2..press Emergency 2 button..Beep is heard.
Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message.
Checking Emergency 3.. press Emergency 3 button.. Beep is heard.
Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message.
Checking Instructional Message ..press Instr. button (under
lid)..Beep is heard. Press and release Play button and listen to
Instructions.
CHECKING RANGE OF WIRELESS HELP
PENDANT AND OPTIONAL WIRELESS
ACCESSORIES
Follow the procedure outlined to verify the range of your wireless help
pendant. You should move a distance away from Model 700C when
checking. Wireless Help pendant only activates Emergency 1. Lift one
(1) telephone handset from the telephone line Model 700C is connected
to. It should now be off-hook. Note: If you are using optional water,
temperature or entry alerts, follow directions with accessory(s).
Getting Started:
1. Follow Steps 1 thru 5 on page 18 (PUTTING YOUR UNIT IN
READY MODE).
2. Move antenna to vertical position.
3. Press large button on pendant for 1 second and release.....3
BEEPS should be heard.
4. After hearing the 3 BEEPS, press small button on pendant ...5
BEEPS should be heard. (This is the distance from unit that the
pendant will respond. This range can be reduced by
environmental conditions. (Use at a reduced range).
5. Hang up telephone handset that is connected to the telephone
line Model 700C is connected to.
NOTES: If you do not hear the 3 BEEPS and the 5 BEEPS on
Model 700C, you are out of pendant range........move closer to
Model 700C and repeat beginning with Step 3.
Note: If you are checking the range of an optional water,
temperature or entry alert accessory, follow the directions that
are supplied with the accessory.
IMPORTANT REVIEW
DO:
• Make sure each of the 3 Emergency buttons or pendant when used
is pressed firmly for 1 second minimum before releasing to assure
proper operation.
• Install a new 9 Volt alkaline battery.
• Make sure Power switch is ON (under lid)
• Check and make sure Power light is ON.
• Check and make sure BATT LO light is OFF (Replace 9 Volt alkaline
battery if ON) to assure operation during short power failures.
• Pick up telephone handset and make sure you always hear standard
dial tone to use Model 700C. Place telephone back “ON HOOK”
• Fully check unit after you changed any phone #s or messages used
during short term power failures.
• Make sure SPKR ON/OFF switch is in ON position.
• Make sure RECORD/NORMAL is moved to NORMAL.
• Make sure to check weekly the range of wireless HELP PENDANT
and OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES if used with the Model 700C.
The range is dependent upon environmental conditions. Range can
be reduced during power failures.
• Check all sections “PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY
MODE”.
DO NOT
• Connect to coin operated telephone systems.
• Connect to party line telephone systems.
• Connect to electronic key telephone systems.
• Connect AC adapter to 115 volt outlet controlled by wall switch.
• Connect to a telephone line that doesn't have tone dialling service.
• Connect to any PBX or other telephone system that requires the
pressing of a digit on the keypad to get an outside telephone line.
For more information if your PBX type system can be used with
Model 700C call us at 1-888-558-7420.
• Move any switches on Telemergency unless you move power switch
under lid to OFF.
• Get the Model 700C or its wireless help pendant wet.
• Pick up any telephone that is connected to same telephone line Model
700C is connected to. (Unit will only dial out if phone line is not
busy and all telephones are hung up.
• Leave phone “OFF HOOK”.
IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY
If this product does not work properly try the following suggestions. If
you are still having difficulties, call 1-888-558-7420.
1. If there appears to be no power…
—Check and make sure AC adapter is plugged in properly. (Do
not use outlet controlled by wall switch).
2. If machine does not record messages or instructions
—Check that the enclosed white modular cable is connected to
“phone line” in back of unit and other side connected to the
telephone line as shown in Figure I, page 8 of this user manual
and that “#” button generates a tone and is working
—Check if RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in
RECORD position.
—Check to see that Power light is ON.
—Check BATT LO light is OFF.
—Move POWER ON/OFF switch to OFF and wait 10 seconds
and move to ON.
3. If you cannot store Emergency Telephone Numbers:
—Check to make sure telephone is a touch tone service telephone,
you can also use telephone that has a pulse-tone switch, put in
Tone position and “#” is working.
—Check if RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in
RECORD position.
—Check if telephone is properly connected to Model 700C.
—Move Power ON/OFF switch to OFF, wait 10 seconds and move
to ON.
4. If unit gives a howling effect:
—Move power ON/OFF switch to OFF, wait 10 seconds and move
to ON. Check if Spkr switch is ON and telephone is “Off Hook”
while getting unit ready.
5. If unit doesn't seem to respond to Wireless Pendant
—Follow all directions on page 18 and page 31 of this user manual
6. If attached telephone doesn't get dial tone
—Make sure the RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in
NORMAL.
Note: Your attached telephone is disconnected from the telephone
line when RECORD/NORMAL switch is in RECORD.
7. If unit appears to trip for no reason
—Move Power switch to OFF and contact us.
—Check that pendant or if you are using optional accessory(s)
wasn't accidently activated. Call us @1-888-558-7420
8. Other problems: check all instructions in this user manual

5. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed. or other similar surface. 10. Do not open or mutilate the battery. stand or table. 7. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. 5. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Pendant uses a 12V alkaline battery. 6. and that may result in leakage or explosion. Do not place this product on an unstable cart. Use only 1-9V alkaline battery. Discard “dead” battery as soon as possible since “dead” battery are more likely to leak in a product. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 2. (for example. call 1-888-558-7420. When inserting battery into this product. do not disassemble this product. 8. Do not use this product near water. or the battery identified for use with this product. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in the risk of fire or electric shock. If the product has been dropped or cabinet has been damaged. Do not attempt to recharge the battery identified for use with this product. 3 2 . The product may fall. Unplug this product from the wall telephone jack and power outlet before cleaning. If liquid has been spilled into the product. Reverse insertion of the battery can cause charging. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY INSTRUCTION FOR BATTERIES CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR INJURY TO PERSONS. 4. some phone systems that don’t always supply a standard dial tone or phone systems that require a delay. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. These openings must not be blocked or covered. e. Remove the battery from this product if the product will not be used for a long period of time (several months or more) since during this time the battery could leak in the product. NOTES • The telephone portion of your dialer/message console has been tested and found to comply with all applicable UL and FCC standards. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. 9. 3. bracelets and keys. f. to protect it from overheating. 8. Exercise care in handling battery in order not to short the battery with conduction materials such as rings. in a wet basement. kitchen sink. See section marked LIMITE-#. the proper polarity or direction must be observed. 13. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines./0123. b. READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS. or laundry tub.456 DAY WARRANTY for full warranty conditions. It may be toxic if swallowed. For more information. • The unit will not work through a switchboard. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 1 12. The battery should be stabilized at room temperature prior to use after cold storage. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock. 3. NOTE: Refer to “FCC Wants You To Know” section before connection to telephone. 4. A battery that is stored in a freezer or refrigerator for the purpose of extending shelf like should be protected from condensation during storage and defrosting. consult your dealer or local power company. 4. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. • This product is not a security system or an emergency service device. INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: 1. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. ELECTRIC SHOCK AND INJURY TO PERSONS. The battery or conductors may overheat and cause burns. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions. 1. 3. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used. 9. d.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. 11. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. 6. Do not attach the power cord to building surfaces. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. but take it to a qualified serviceman when some service or repair work is required. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. wash bowl. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. To reduce the risk of electric shock. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. 2. The cell may explode. Read and understand all instructions. 7. • The manufacturer makes no claim as to the suitability of this product to perform as a life-saving device. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. for example. near a bath tub. c. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. Do not attempt to rejuvenate the battery identified for use with this product by heating them. Sudden release of the battery electrolyte may occur causing burns or irritation to eyes or skin. causing serious damage to the product. The battery may leak corrosive electrolyte or explode. in high-temperature areas. Slots or openings in the cabinet and the back and bottom are provided for ventilation. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface. 14. Do not locate this product where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it. or near a swimming pool. some systems where you must dial a number to get an outside line). Do not store this product. 2. 10.

However there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line. On the bottom of the base of this equipment is a label that contains. Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities. which has been certified and registered by the FCC. Please save the sales receipt for the warranty reference.. provide this information to your telephone company. you will be notified as soon as possible. contact us at 1-888 558-7420. which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. you will be notified in advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service. pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. You must. upon request. You will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.. If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network.don't take unit back to the store. but not all areas.3=>?@ GENERAL INFORMATION UNPACKING This package contains: • Model 700C Alert Device • Accessory: Wireless Help Pendant • One Quick Instruction Guide • One AC Adaptor • One modular Line Cord • User Manual/Warranty Information If anything is missing or damaged. This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Emergency 2 and Emergency 3 and enter the appropriate telephone numbers to be called for each. Babysitters. Keep the package to transport unit. moving the telephone equipment farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or eliminate the interference. disconnect from the network until the problem has been corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. If repairs or adjustments are made by an unauthorized person. But if advance notice isn’t practical.. N. 200-16B2 13th Avenue Ronkonkoma. If you experience trouble with this telephone equipment. you can mark accordingly if you wish to change or personalize the messages for Emergency 1.. They may also ask you for the Universal Order Code (USOC) which is RJ-11C. Each of these labels is reversible. the FCC certification may be voided. please call the toll-free Consumer Helpline for assistance: READY TO USE For your convenience Model 700C has been programmed with 3 prerecorded messages for medical. In most.. and burglary that are ready to use. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. etc. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.3<<. and. to up to 5 entered telephone numbers of your choice plus "Automatic 911" (Optional) for Emergency 1 (E1). the base of telephone equipment should not be placed near or on top of a TV or VCR. Prowlers. You can also use for situations that fit your needs such as Children Home Alone. 9:00 am . the sum of the REN’s of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5. fire. The unit is shipped with symbols for health. 1-888-558-7420 Listen as our experts talk you through the problem 4 5 6 .FCC WANTS YOU TO KNOW This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules.S.T. this equipment. operations or procedures that could affect the proper functioning of your equipment.Y.4:30 pm (E.0). to minimize or prevent such interference. Telemergency 7(8'+98:#!!".. among other information.) Any Questions? STOP. fire and burglary. they will notify you in advance. For your reference keep a record of date of purchase. Should you encounter any problems. the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. SERVICE According to FCC regulations. If they do. Call our toll-free number. you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area. 1-888-558-7420. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your telephone number is called. the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. Some telephone equipment operate at frequencies that may cause interference to nearby TV’s and VCR’s. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help. the telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible. equipment. may only be repaired by authorized persons. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device. if interference is experienced. Date of Purchase_______________________________ ABOUT YOUR UNIT With a press of one of the three emergency buttons your Model 700C will send out the personalized message associated with the emergency button pressed. as determined by the REN. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 11779 Telephone: .

Disconnect the Telephone Line Cord from the telephone wall jack and plug into the jack labeled TELEPHONE on the back of the Telemergency unit. Attach the assembly to wall by inserting the screw heads into the slots on the back of the pedestal. connecting the battery and replacing the cover. Record/Normal Switch Power Cord Handset AC Adaptor Telephone Line Cord Line Cord SPECIAL FEATURES OF MODEL 700C About Model 700C You have purchased the Model 700C designed to help protect you in case of emergency. all telephones connected to the telephone number Model 700C is connected to must be “ON HOOK. The pedestal is installed in desktop position when the unit is shipped. press"3" to speak to caller for 15 seconds before call is disconnected.plus! When an appropriate emergency is activated and the called party's telephone answers. You will be able to record up to 3 different emergency information messages and one pre-recorded instruction message (optional).. Pull down gently for a snug fit. For this system to be prepared to help you. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch. when receiving the emergency have the following options available to them: listen to area where 700C is located and after they hear 2 Beeps.” (Stop) Touch Tone Service Telephone (not included) To retain full operation of Model 700C and during short duration power failures insert a 9V DC alkaline battery (not included) into the battery compartment located at bottom of Model 700C. press "9" to hear emergency message again.not included) installed 27/8" horizontally apart in the wall. Leave 3/16" of each screw exposed for mounting the unit. 7 8 9 . Rotate it 180 degrees and insert it back to the holes of the base. One simple press of a button on unit can tell them where you are. 2. Plug the other end of the supplied modular line cord into the telephone wall jack. The Model 700C is there to assist you. The called party. press "8" or "7" to acknowledge they are sending help. Allow at least one inch to the rear and four inches above the unit for ventilation. The instruction message will be the same for all 3 emergencies programmed. the emergency information message. IMPORTANT: 3 Play 2 Rec 1 Instr Emergency 1 Emergency 2 Emergency 3 Connecting the AC Adaptor: 1. Plug the supplied power cord of the AC adaptor into the jack labeled 9V 300mA on the back of the Model 700C unit. Model 700C is a product that dials 911 (optional) for Emergency 1 only and up to 5 telephone numbers of your choice for each of 3 emergencies from any touch-tone service telephone. Power indicator on the front of the Model 700C unit should be on.LOCATION OF CONTROLS 4 Str 5 Msg (Record / Normal) (911 ON/OFF) (Power ON/OFF) (Speaker) (Antenna) (SPKR ON/OFF) (Low Battery) (Power Indicator) INSTALLATION CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION: Your unit must be placed on a hard flat surface and connected to both the telephone wall jack and an AC Power source. 2. You may do this by simply removing the battery cover. Set the antenna upright for best reception. Detached it from the base by pressing the hooks at both sides. instructions and a beep are transmitted. Wall Mounting Your Telemergency unit can be wall-mounted on two screws (1/8" diameter . Plug one end of the supplied modular Line Cord into the jack labeled PHONE LINE on the back of the Telemergency unit. Figure I Pendant STOP button Pendant button for Emergency 1 LED Lights when button pressed Connecting the Telephone and Telemergency: 1.

NOTE: Check with your local “911” service to verify the use of “Automatic 911” in your area. After the beep tone is heard. After the telephone call is answered. Controlled Speakerphone The Speakerphone is an optional comfort feature that is operated by the called party and works if the caller is in the vicinity of the base unit. The pendant also has a small button which is used to Stop (cancel) any transmission over the telephone line (the same as pressing the STOP button on the unit). they need to use a phone that has a tonepulse switch to use the above features. The Battery (BATT LO) green light. If any Emergency button or the large button on the wireless help pendant are pressed for one second. If no telephone no. Pressing "7" instead of "8" will stop additional #s from being dialed. These features will only work after beep tone is heard at the end of the party's instructional announcement. so that Model 700C will function properly and during short term power failures. You will hear 3 BEEPS before each telephone number is dialed. notifying you that an Emergency button has been pressed and system is activated. The calls placed will be in the sequence you selected. it is often comforting to both caller and called party to have some verbal communication with each other if possible. If the “8” has been depressed. For Emergency 1 you can add Automatic 911 to be dialed first. the full emergency message. indicates there is no battery installed or the battery voltage is low. Called party should listen to caller if they are able and near 700C unit (see Automatic Speakerphone” on Page 11 of this manual for more details). The Power Light (red) should be ON at all times. Then. called party can hear caller if they are near "700C" and are able to speak. by pressing larger button on the pendant. It should be noted that this feature is already accomplished nonverbally by pressing “8” after the tone is heard. System ON/OFF The Power ON/OFF switch should be moved to OFF position when user is not at home. (You can maximize the range by turning the antenna to a vertical position). all entered telephone numbers for that emergency or situation will be dialed one time. when lit. Moving the “911” switch to the ON position will automatically dial “911” first for Emergency 1 (E1) emergency. We suggest that at least 1 additional telephone number be entered into memory for Emergency 1. if all phones are On Hook. Pressing this larger button (for 1 second and releasing). or if a called party's telephone rings 5 times and is not picked up. Each press of "3" after 1 Beep or 2 Beeps will allow 15 seconds of listening/speaking before disconnecting call. This Help Pendant can typically activate Emergency 1 which we suggest be used for medical situations. The unit will dial all telephone numbers one time even if time exceeds 15 minutes. You need a tone-dialing service on telephone line the 700C is connected to. This feature’s primary function is to simply allow the called party to VERBALLY communicate to the caller that help is on the way. they can acknowledge they are getting you help by pressing "8" and you will hear 4 Beeps if tel # has been dialed one time followed by 5 Beeps after all the tel #s for that emergency type have been dialed at least once. Power is required to be ON for unit to work. move Power ON/OFF switch to ON. Your Model 700C will continue dialing all telephone numbers excluding “Automatic 911” for approximately 15 minutes 10 unless a called party responds with an “8” from their touch-tone service telephone. instructional announcement followed by a BEEP TONE are sent. The system requires tones to respond. that can be worn around the neck. is entered. After the called party hears 2 beeps on their touch-tone service telephone. If called telephone number is busy.Automatic 911 Model 700C gives you the option to add “Automatic 911” for Emergency 1 (E1) only . Remember. the beginning of the emergency message is heard. Moving the “911” switch to OFF position will keep “Automatic 911” off. (Power light still remains on). Emergency Dialing/Audible Alert This feature allows user to know when the system is working and what it is doing.(s) stored in memory for E1. When at home. At any time the caller can stop emergency dialing by pressing STOP button on unit or STOP on pendant (small button on pendant) or ANY CALLED PARTY CAN STOP THE EMERGENCY DIALING BY PRESSING 7 ON THEIR TELEPHONE AFTER HEARING THE EMERGENCY MESSAGE AND INSTRUCTIONS. functions the same as pressing the Emergency 1 button on the unit. (wireless pendant must be within range of the Model 700C) 3 BEEPS will be heard. 11 12 . located on the back of your pendant in case pendant is lost or damaged. NOTE: If a called party does not have touch-tone service. except during power failures. It is important that battery is installed and green light is off. However. Help Pendant (Wireless) The Model 700C comes with a wireless “Help Pendant” . (NOTE: The enclosed cards should be distributed to each person who "700C" will call in an emergency. However. Power Lights There are 2 lights on front panel. Called party can respond after hearing 2 beeps by speaking and pressing "7" or "8" as above within 15 seconds before call is disconnected. the help pendant only works with Emergency 1. dial tone will be heard followed by dialing out up to 5 telephone numbers you entered. Each time the called party's telephone rings. even without tone service they will be able to receive the emergency information message and speak. the Model 700C goes to the next telephone number. The speaker (SPKR) needs to be in ON position. NOTE: It is important you record your Identifying Number. Pressing "3" allows you to speak for 15 seconds before call is disconnected. 911 will be dialed one time after activation of Emergency 1 (E1). Pressing "9" repeats emergency message. followed by the telephone no.

4. I have a heart condition. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD (rear of unit) C. ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF.. Ronkonkoma. Apt. If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above. Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid). 3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code. 1 Beep is heard on handset.. CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO. You have completed entering a telephone number. to be called (if desired) Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF switch to ON.. you wish to be deleted). 2nd no. to be called (see Table 1) in step 4 for 4th no. no. Press and release “#” button. Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at any time. Note: You will not hear a dial tone while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in RECORD. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message. pressing INSTR button (under lid) instead of Emergency 1 button. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit). On the Telemergency: Press and release Emergency 1 button . 2.. Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces below: *Telephone Number 1st no. follow the Getting Started and On the Telemergency above. move Power switch (under lid) to OFF. RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONAL MESSAGE: Note: Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies or situations. Entering 5th no. If you wish to change a telephone number simply follow all steps 1 thru 5. to be called 14 Entering 2nd no. to be called. 4. move Power switch (under lid) to OFF.follow all directions as above. and repeat the 5 steps of “Entering 2nd no. Enter 1st. Then follow procedures On Attached Telephone above. (see Figure I) 2. If you wish to delete a Telephone No. 2. 1st no. 2nd. to be called (if desired) 1. to be called (if desired) _________________ 5th no. to be called" above. Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS HEARD on handset. to be called (if desired) _________________ *Besides Telephone Number you may also require 1 and/or the Area Code. You have completed entering a telephone number. to be called. immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second message. wait 10 seconds and move to ON. Simply. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. 2. 4. Message is automatically played back for review on handset. 2 and 5 above. as listed in Table I. 1 Beep is heard on handset. Entering 4th no. Press and release “#” button. Enter 2nd no. BEEP IS HEARD on handset. follow steps above starting with step A. (rear of unit) Wait 10 seconds. You have completed entry of Emergency 1. Press and release “#” button. B. to be called. 16B2. (see Table I) 5.RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 1 MESSAGE. to be called Entering 3rd no. This instructional message is delivered to called party(s) after the specific emergency or situation message you selected. My name is Joe Smith. (side of unit) D. to be called (see Table 1) in step 4 for 3rd no. Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds. to be called (Table 1) in step 4 for 5th no. To Record Instructional message. then move Power switch under lid to ON. simply follow steps 1 (pressing the appropriate 1. INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL) AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I RECORDING EMERGENCY 1 MESSAGE Sample Message: “This is a Medical Emergency. N. 3rd. to be called (if desired) Follow steps “1” thru “5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering 5th no. to be called” above. to be called (if desired _________________ 3rd no. or 5 button on attached phone representing the 1st. 4th or 5th no. 2 Beeps are heard on handset.BEEP IS HEARD on handset. pressing “3” in step 1 and entering 3rd no. to be called 1. Pick up telephone handset. On Attached Telephone: Entering 1st no.Y. 911 will be called prior to any entered telephone number. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. You have completed entry of Emergency 1. to be called _________________ 2nd no. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code. E. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. Press and release “#” button. I live at 200 13th Avenue. Press and release large Emergency 1 button (Red Cross) on Telemergency. Hang up telephone handset. to be called. Please come at once. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit). Getting Started: Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF. 3. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. I have asthma. You have completed recording the Emergency 1 message. EMERGENCY 1 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED (TABLE I) Note: If you are using the Automatic 911 feature. 3. (see Table I) 5.” Getting Started: A. If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above. to be called (if desired) _________________ 4th no. Recording the Message: 1. to be called. 13 15 . pressing “4” in step 1 and entering 4th no. You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may have entered. to be called (if desired) Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. Pick up telephone handset. CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 1 Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used. wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the 5 steps of "Entering 1st no. 3. Wait 10 seconds.

Speaking into handset ask called party to speak to confirm that telephone no.Press 1.3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD. Hang up all telephone handsets.Press 1. 5. . 8.5 Beeps are heard . to be called (see Table I) 1..) On the Telemergency: 1st no.. 3. to be called. 3. 9. • 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in a selected location. (Not from connected telephone).to be called...CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED FOR EMERGENCY 1 • Only buttons marked 1. Move Telemergency Power switch under lid to OFF. D. C...BEEP IS HEARD after each button is pressed.. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit). press “1. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL. Press 1. to be called. On the Telemergency: 2nd no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page 14 and 15 . 5” in step 1 for 5th no.Recheck that no. 1.. to be called. 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. 1. 1.. Getting Started: 1.. 4. 4th and 5th telephone nos.5 BEEPS heard.) 16 CHECKING THE 3rd.. 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) Beep is Heard after each button is pressed. 4. After called party confirms their tel. Move “911” switch to ON to activate “AUTOMATIC 911” (if desired).Press 1. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate call . Speaking into handset ask called party to confirm that telephone no. then move Telemergency Power switch located under lid to ON. to be called. • If telephone number that is being checked rings and is not picked up. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep.. 3. Move “911” switch (under lid) to OFF.. when called party can pick up. 7. 1. 6. To check Emergency 1 telephone numbers use the chart below: (Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency) 1st no. then move Telemergency Power switch under lid to ON... 10.Press STOP button ON Unit. 1.PICK UP HANDSET... Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.. (side of unit).. 4. 2. Press large button on pendant…. . Wait 10 seconds.. IF EMERGENCY 1 DOES OCCUR.. The large button on the pendant performs the same function as pressing Emergency 1 button on your Telemergency unit. and press “1. 5. to be called. see section CHECKING RANGE OF HELP PENDANT AND AUTOMATIC WIRELESS ACCESSORIES. Suggestion: Notify all called parties before checking..Press STOP.. Make sure all entered telephone numbers are checked. • Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model 700C is connected to are ON HOOK. Hear telephone number being dialed. 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) .Press 1. entered is correct.. Press Emergency 1 button (Red Cross).to be called. 1. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF. 1. • A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS. 2 3rd no. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone. . to be called. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency. entered or checking one at a time as described below. 2.. 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency are to be used. to be called (see Table I) 1. E. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no. . 4” in step 1 for 4th no. Hear telephone number being dialed. Press 1.Press 1.. press “1. 3 4th no. 1.. no. is incorrect follow procedures on Page 14. no. 1. 5. Press small button on pendant…5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed— 5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.5 Beeps are heard . After complete message is played you will hear a beep. After called party confirms their tel. 5 Getting Started: A.. is correct. 4 5th no. SIMPLY PRESS AND HOLD THE EMERGENCY 1 BUTTON OR LARGE BUTTON ON PENDANT FOR ONE SECOND.5 Beeps heard).. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency. 2.. • For determining distance that your wireless pendant will function from Telemergency unit. to be called FOR EMERGENCY 1 Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. Wait 10 seconds.. Note: You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings. • Moving the “911” switch to ON (under lid) will automatically call “911” before the entered phone numbers. You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings... 1. when the Emergency 1 (E1) button or large pendant button is pressed. • You have the choice of checking all telephone nos.5 Beeps heard. 2. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate call . You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.. 1 2nd no.then.. 3.. • Pressing the small button on your pendant is the same as pressing STOP button on the Telemergency unit... CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 1 Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up. B. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no.Press STOP Button On Unit. 17 18 . PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR EMERGENCY 1 • Your Telemergency unit has a wireless help pendant.PICK UP HANDSET. YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU. 3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first telephone number to be dialed.then...

wait 10 seconds and move to ON. 2. 3. 3rd. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru ”5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering 5th no. 2 and 5 above. wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the 5 steps of "Entering 1st no. 4th or 5th no. Hang up telephone handset. You have completed entering a telephone number. 16B2. to be called (if desired) _________________ 5th no.” Getting Started: A. Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds. to be called. You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may have entered. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF. CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 2 Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used.BEEP IS HEARD on handset. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL) AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I RECORDING EMERGENCY 2 MESSAGE Sample Message: “This is the babysitter for the Smiths at 200 13th Avenue. move Power switch (under lid) to OFF. Note: You will not hear a dial tone while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in RECORD. or 5 button on attached phone representing the 1st. Please come at once. 2nd. Simply. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. Wait 10 seconds. 3. to be called. then move Power switch under lid to ON. Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid). 21 . 1 Beep is heard on handset. If you wish to change a telephone number simply follow all steps 1 thru 5. and repeat the 5 steps of “ Entering 2nd no. follow steps above starting with step A.Y. (rear of unit) Wait 10 seconds. then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF switch to ON. BEEP IS HEARD on handset. Enter 2nd no. to be called 1. follow the Getting Started and On the Telemergency above. CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO. Pick up telephone handset. Entering 5th no. 2nd no. Then follow procedures On Attached Telephone above. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code. It is used for Emergency1 (E1) only. Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at any time. If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above. Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS HEARD on handset. to be called. If you wish to delete a Telephone No. Ronkonkoma. to be called _________________ 2nd no. Entering 3rd no. 3. to be called (if desired) 1. no. N. (see Table II) 5. 2. to be called. (see Figure I) 2. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. 3. B. to be called. (see Table II) 5. you wish to be deleted). 2 Beeps are heard on handset. 4. to be called" above. You have completed entry of Emergency 2. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. 2 Beeps are heard on handset.. Press and release “#” button. immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second message. pressing “4” ins step 1 and entering 4th no. E. 4. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit) 2. 1 Beep is heard on handset. On Attached Telephone: Entering 1st no. You have completed entering a telephone number. pressing “3” in step 1 and entering 3rd no. Message is automatically played back for review on handset. Enter 1st. (rear of unit) C. Press and release “#” button. simply follow steps 1 (pressing the appropriate 1. There is a problem and I need help. to be called (see Table II) in step 4 for 4th no. as listed in Table II. Press and release large Emergency 2 button on Telemergency. to be called (if desired) _________________ *Besides Telephone Number you may require 1 and/or the Area Code EMERGENCY 2 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED (TABLE II) Note:You cannot use the Automatic911 feature for Emergency 2 Do not touch 911 switch. move Power switch under lid to OFF. RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONAL MESSAGE See Page 13 of this owners manual.RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 2 MESSAGE. to be called (Table II) in step 4 for 5th no. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code. Recording the Message: 1. to be called. You have completed recording the Emergency 2 message. Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies or situations. If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit). Press and release “#” button. Apt. On the Telemergency: Press and release Emergency 2 button . to be called (if desired) _________________ 3rd no. to be called (if desired) _________________ 4th no. 1st no. 19 ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. Pick up telephone handset. Entering 4th no. Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces below: *Telephone Number 1st no. to be called 20 Entering 2nd no. to be called above. You have completed entry of Emergency 2. to be called (see Table II) in step 4 for 3rd no. 4. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. (side of unit) D. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message.. Getting Started: Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF. Press and release “#” button.

Press 1. On the Telemergency: 2nd no. to be called (see Table II) 1. After called party confirms their tel. to be called (see Table II) 1. 3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first telephone number to be dialed.. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit).CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED FOR EMERGENCY 2 • Only buttons marked 1. 2.. then move Telemergency Power switch located under lid to ON. You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings) .. • Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model 700C is connected to are ON HOOK. is incorrect follow procedures on Page 20. 4” in step 1 for 4th no. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone. no. You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings .. 2 3rd no. Wait 10 seconds..5 Beeps are heard .to be called.. 2.. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed— 5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU..Press STOP Button On Unit . 2. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no....BEEP IS HEARD after each button is pressed. 5 Getting Started: A...Beep is Heard after each button is pressed.PICK UP HANDSET. The unit comes with a generic pre-recorded Fire message. and press “1.. 22 5. 3.. C. press STOP button on unit to terminate call -5 Beeps heard) 4. to be called. 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency are to be used.Press STOP. to be called. Speaking into handset ask called party to confirm that telephone no.. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. E. Press 1. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF. no. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency.. • 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in a selected location. 2. 2. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency. Speaking into handset ask called party to confirm that telephone no. 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) .. 2. 2. entered is correct. Press Emergency 2 button . • You have the choice of checking all telephone nos. 5... • A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS. B. CHECKING THE 3rd. Hear telephone number being dialed.Press 1.... 2.. Make sure all entered telephone numbers are checked. 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. entered or checking one at a time as described below. 4th and 5th telephone nos.5 Beeps are heard . 5” in step 1 for 5th no. then move Telemergency Power switch under lid to ON. to be called. press “1. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep.. 3 4th no. entered is correct. to be called.Press STOP Button On Unit .. is incorrect follow procedures on Pages 20 and 21 .. To check Emergency 1 telephone numbers use the chart below: (Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency) 1st no. 2. You can replace the message (see page 19).. SIMPLY PRESS AND HOLD THE EMERGENCY 2 BUTTON FOR ONE SECOND. Wait 10 seconds. 5... press “1. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. • If telephone number that is being checked rings and is not picked up. Getting Started: 1..Press 1. 6. After called party confirms their tel. (side of unit) 3. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep. Hang up all telephone handsets. 2. Hear telephone number being dialed.. 2. 4 5th no.. 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) . to be called. 2. 3..PICK UP HANDSET. 2. CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 2 Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up) On the Telemergency: 1st no.Recheck that no..then. 2. IF EMERGENCY 2 DOES OCCUR. PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR EMERGENCY 2 • You can use Emergency 2 button on Telemergency unit for any situation you like..Press 1.Press 1. to be called. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy. .. 23 24 . 3. Press 1. D..to be called.. 1 2nd no. when called party can pick up. to be called FOR EMERGENCY 2 Follow steps “1” thru “5” above..5 Beeps heard) 4. (Not from connected telephone). 4.5 BEEPS heard. . Move Telemergency Power switch ( under lid) to OFF.. Suggestion: Notify all called parties before checking. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL.then. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no.. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate call...

Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. 1 Beep is heard on handset. to be called. Then follow procedures On Attached Telephone above.” Getting Started: A. Entering 5th no. You have completed entry of Emergency 3. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. follow steps above starting with step A. to be called 1. 3. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code.1 and/or the Area Code. Only if required enter “1” and/or Area Code. to be called (if desired) _________________ 5th no. no. and repeat the 5 steps of “ Entering 2nd no. 3rd. B. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. pressing “3” in step 1 and entering 3rd no. ENTERING UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NOS. Please remember this is a common instruction for all emergencies or situations. 3. then move Power switch under lid to ON. 2. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru ”5” above pressing “5” in step 1 and entering 5th no. to be called. (see Table III) 5. Pick up telephone handset. (rear of unit) Wait 10 seconds. to be called (if desired) _________________ *Besides Telephone number you may require . to be called. follow Recording Instructions (Optional) on Page 13 of this owners manual. Note: The message must be at least 5 seconds. You have completed entering a telephone number. Please come at once. 4th or 5th no. 4. (see Table III) 5. to be called above. Before proceeding please write the telephone numbers in the spaces below: *Telephone Number 1st no. 2 and 5 above. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD (rear of unit) C. 1 Beep is heard on handset. or 5 button on attached phone representing the 1st. 26 Entering 2nd no. to be called. CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 3 Note: The telephone numbers are to be entered exactly as you would dial the telephone number from where the Model 700C is to be used. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. 2nd no. 2. (side of unit) D. Release Record (REC) button when finished leaving message. Press and release “#” button. 2nd. wait 10 seconds and move to ON. to be called (if desired): Follow steps “1” thru “5” above. If you wish to change a telephone number simply follow all steps 1 thru 5. There is a prowler outside my house. INSTRUCTIONS (OPTIONAL) AND UP TO 5 TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED SEE FIGURE I RECORDING EMERGENCY 3 MESSAGE Sample Message: “This is an Emergency. to be called (if desired) _________________ 4th no. Ronkonkoma. to be called (if desired) 1. On the Telemergency: Press and release Emergency 3 button . Press and hold down Record (REC) button (located under lid). as listed in Table II. 4. EMERGENCY 3 telephone numbers to be called (Table III) Note: You cannot use the Automatic 911 feature for Emergency 3. 4. It is used for Emergency1 (E1) only. Pick up telephone handset. to be called. Getting Started: Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF. You have completed entry of Emergency 3. On Attached Telephone: Entering 1st no. Enter 1st. My name is Joe Smith..RECORDING YOUR EMERGENCY 3 MESSAGE. Hang up telephone handset Note: If you would like to change your personalized message at any time. Message is automatically played back for review on handset. to be called (Table III) in step 4 for 5th no. CHANGING OR DELETING A TELEPHONE NO.. I live at 200 13th Avenue. Press and release “1” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit) 2. Press and release large Emergency 3 button on Telemergency BEEP IS HEARD on handset (see Figure I) 2. to be called (if desired) _________________ 3rd no. Move Telemergency Speaker (SPKR) switch to OFF. to be called. to be called (see Table III) in step 4 for 4th no. 3. 3. If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above. 16B2. to be called _________________ 2nd no. wait 10 seconds and move to ON and repeat the 5 steps of “Entering 1st no. immediately speak into telephone handset leaving a 5-16 second message. Press and release “#” button. Move Telemergency Power switch (located on front under lid) to OFF. Do not touch 911 switch. Entering 4th no. Enter 2nd no. Recording the Message: 1. to be called” above. 2 Beeps are heard on handset. 1st no. Press and release “#” button. You have completed entering a telephone number. E. then move Telemergency Power ON/OFF switch to ON. Note: You will not hear a dial tone while RECORD/NORMAL switch located at rear of unit is in RECORD. NY. Press and release Store (STR) button (under lid) …BEEP IS HEARD on handset. to be called Entering 3rd no. You have completed recording the Emergency 3 message. Simply. Press and release “#” button. pressing “4” in step 1 and entering 4th no. Press and release “2” button on attached telephone (not on Telemergency unit). move Power switch (under lid) to OFF. move Power switch under lid to OFF. Wait 10 seconds. you wish to be deleted). follow the Getting Started and On the Telemergency above. simply follow steps 1 (pressing the appropriate 1. Apt. to be called (see Table III) in step 4 for 3rd no. If you wish to delete a Telephone No. You can remove or change any of the telephone numbers you may have entered. RECORDING AN INSTRUCTIONAL MESSAGE (Optional): If you wish to change.BEEP IS HEARD on handset. This instructional message is delivered to called party(s) after the specific emergency or situation message you selected 25 27 . If you did not hear 2 Beeps in step 5 above.

E.. PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE FOR EMERGENCY 3 • You can use Emergency 3 button on Telemergency unit for any situation you like. After called party confirms their tel.. 4 and 5 under lid of Telemergency are to be used. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL. Move Telemergency Power switch (under lid) to OFF. B.. To check Emergency 3 telephone numbers use the chart below: (Only use buttons under lid of Telemergency) 1st no. Hang up all telephone handset.. 3. to be called (see Table III) 1. Press Emergency 3 button .Press STOP Button On Unit . 29 30 ... is incorrect follow procedures on Pages 26 and 27 ... entered is correct. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency. Hear telephone number being dialed.. 3. (Not from connected telephone.) 4. 3. Suggestion: Notify all called parties before checking. to be called (see Table III) 1. 6.. (Note: If no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate call. 2 3rd no. 1 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) Beep is Heard after each button is pressed. 3.. C.. Wait 10 seconds. Wait 10 seconds.. Speaking into handset ask called party to confirm that telephone no. then move Telemergency Power switch located under lid to ON.. 3. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone. 5 Getting Started: A. Getting Started: 1. 3.Press STOP. press “1. 3. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no..to be called.. Press Stop (STOP) button as telephone number is being dialed— 5 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD.. 4” in step 1 for 4th no. to be called. 2. 4..BEEP IS HEARD after each button is pressed.CHECKING THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ENTERED FOR EMERGENCY 3 • Only buttons marked 1.. and press “1.. then move Telemergency Power switch under lid to ON.. to be called. entered or checking one at a time as described below. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. • Make sure all telephones connected to telephone line Model 700C is connected to are ON HOOK. Move RECORD/NORMAL switch to NORMAL (rear of unit). 2 (buttons located under lid of Telemergency) . 3. Make sure all entered telephone numbers are checked. Move Telemergency Power switch under lid to OFF. 3. 5.. 3 4th no. press “1. CHECKING TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO BE CALLED FOR EMERGENCY 3 Note: (Make sure all telephones are hung up) On the Telemergency: 1st no.. to be called. • 5 BEEPS are heard if no telephone number has been entered in a selected location • You have the choice of checking all telephone nos..5 Beeps are heard . 3. no. Recheck that no. to be called... 3. • If a telephone number that is being checked rings and is not picked up.then. IF EMERGENCY 3 DOES OCCUR....Press STOP Button On Unit .. After called party confirms their tel. You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings . is incorrect follow procedures on Page 26 . 3. You will hear 3 BEEPS and dial tone.Press 1. to be called FOR EMERGENCY 3 Follow steps “1” thru “5” above.to be called. (Note: Only if no one answers or phone is busy press STOP button on unit to terminate call.. D.5 Beeps heard) 4. 5. to be called..Press 1. 4th and 5th telephone nos.. HANG UP HANDSET NOTE: If entered no. The unit comes with a generic pre-recorded Fire message. 3” in step 1 for 3rd no. 5.Press 1.. Press 1. (side of unit) 3.. to be called. when called party can pick. Press 1.. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep .) • A telephone number that is busy will automatically disconnect and within 15 seconds be followed by 5 BEEPS... 1 2nd no. 28 CHECKING THE 3rd..Press 1. 3 BEEPS WILL BE HEARD followed by dial tone and the dialing of the first telephone number to be dialed.then.. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON. You will hear 4 seconds of your message each time the phone rings .Press 1.5 Beeps heard. 2. Hear telephone number being dialed. You can replace the message (see page 19) .5 Beeps are heard .5 Beeps heard.. Speaking into handset ask called party to confirm that telephone no. After complete message(s) is played you will hear a beep . 5” in step 1 for 5th no. entered is correct. no.. 3. 2..PICK UP HANDSET. 2. When called party picks up full message will be heard on the Telemergency. 4 5th no... On the Telemergency: 2nd no. YOUR MODEL 700C IS NOW READY TO ASSIST YOU.PICK UP HANDSET.. SIMPLY PRESS AND HOLD THE EMERGENCY 1 BUTTON FOR ONE SECOND.

4.. press Emergency 3 button. Beep is heard. If machine does not record messages or instructions — Check that the enclosed white modular cable is connected to “phone line” in back of unit and other side connected to the telephone line as shown in Figure I. 2. put in Tone position and “#” is working. 3. — Check if RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in RECORD position. Get the Model 700C or its wireless help pendant wet.3 BEEPS should be heard. Move any switches on Telemergency unless you move power switch under lid to OFF.REVIEWING RECORDED EMERGENCY MESSAGES AND INSTRUCTION Getting Started: 1. 32 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY If this product does not work properly try the following suggestions. This range can be reduced by environmental conditions. — Check to see that Power light is ON. Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message. Hang up telephone handset that is connected to the telephone line Model 700C is connected to.. Other problems: check all instructions in this user manual 33 . Press and release Play button and listen to Instructions. button (under lid). Move antenna to vertical position. 7. After hearing the 3 BEEPS. follow the directions that are supplied with the accessory..press Emergency 2 button... temperature or entry alert accessory. Connect to any PBX or other telephone system that requires the pressing of a digit on the keypad to get an outside telephone line.. Checking Emergency 3. call 1-888-558-7420. Note: If you are using optional water. — Move Power ON/OFF switch to OFF. page 8 of this user manual and that “#” button generates a tone and is working — Check if RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in RECORD position.. Pick up any telephone that is connected to same telephone line Model 700C is connected to. Getting Started: 1. — Check BATT LO light is OFF. 3.. 5. Install a new 9 Volt alkaline battery. Press large button on pendant for 1 second and release. (Unit will only dial out if phone line is not busy and all telephones are hung up. Move Telemergency Power switch located under lid to ON. Lift one (1) telephone handset from the telephone line Model 700C is connected to. DO NOT Connect to coin operated telephone systems. Connect to a telephone line that doesn't have tone dialling service.. press small button on pendant . Note: Your attached telephone is disconnected from the telephone line when RECORD/NORMAL switch is in RECORD. Connect to electronic key telephone systems. (Do not use outlet controlled by wall switch). NOTES: If you do not hear the 3 BEEPS and the 5 BEEPS on Model 700C.. Checking Instructional Message . If unit appears to trip for no reason — Move Power switch to OFF and contact us. 2. Checking Emergency 2.press Instr. you can also use telephone that has a pulse-tone switch. If there appears to be no power… — Check and make sure AC adapter is plugged in properly. 31 • • • • • • • • • • • Note: If you are checking the range of an optional water. Make sure RECORD/NORMAL is moved to NORMAL. If you are still having difficulties. Move Telemergency Power switch located to OFF. Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message.. — Check that pendant or if you are using optional accessory(s) wasn't accidently activated... 4. wait 10 seconds and move to ON. On the Telemergency: Checking Emergency 1. 4.. If unit doesn't seem to respond to Wireless Pendant — Follow all directions on page 18 and page 31 of this user manual 6. Make sure to check weekly the range of wireless HELP PENDANT and OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES if used with the Model 700C. Pick up telephone handset and make sure you always hear standard dial tone to use Model 700C. you are out of pendant range. You should move a distance away from Model 700C when checking. follow directions with accessory(s). Range can be reduced during power failures. Make sure Power switch is ON (under lid) Check and make sure Power light is ON. It should now be off-hook. (This is the distance from unit that the pendant will respond. 2.Beep is heard.Beep is heard.. If unit gives a howling effect: — Move power ON/OFF switch to OFF. (Use at a reduced range). If you cannot store Emergency Telephone Numbers: — Check to make sure telephone is a touch tone service telephone.press Emergency 1 button.move closer to Model 700C and repeat beginning with Step 3.5 BEEPS should be heard. temperature or entry alerts. For more information if your PBX type system can be used with Model 700C call us at 1-888-558-7420. IMPORTANT REVIEW DO: Make sure each of the 3 Emergency buttons or pendant when used is pressed firmly for 1 second minimum before releasing to assure proper operation. Move Telemergency RECORD/NORMAL switch to RECORD. 5. Check all sections “PUTTING YOUR UNIT INTO READY MODE”. Press and release Play button (under lid) and listen to message. Call us @1-888-558-7420 8. The range is dependent upon environmental conditions. Connect AC adapter to 115 volt outlet controlled by wall switch. 3. Check and make sure BATT LO light is OFF (Replace 9 Volt alkaline battery if ON) to assure operation during short power failures. • • • • • • • • • • CHECKING RANGE OF WIRELESS HELP PENDANT AND OPTIONAL WIRELESS ACCESSORIES Follow the procedure outlined to verify the range of your wireless help pendant... wait 10 seconds and move to ON. Wireless Help pendant only activates Emergency 1. Place telephone back “ON HOOK” Fully check unit after you changed any phone #s or messages used during short term power failures. — Check if telephone is properly connected to Model 700C.. Check if Spkr switch is ON and telephone is “Off Hook” while getting unit ready. If attached telephone doesn't get dial tone — Make sure the RECORD/NORMAL switch on rear of unit is in NORMAL.. Follow Steps 1 thru 5 on page 18 (PUTTING YOUR UNIT IN READY MODE).Beep is heard. Move Speaker (SPKR) switch to ON.. Make sure SPKR ON/OFF switch is in ON position. Connect to party line telephone systems. — Move POWER ON/OFF switch to OFF and wait 10 seconds and move to ON. Leave phone “OFF HOOK”. 1..

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