In response ot the growing demand for emergency technology that does not require a home telephone line, EMC Security is happy to introduce the Active Alert Button powered by Belle®.  

The Active Alert Button is a small, lightweight, and comfortable-to-wear mobile personal emergency response system that enables users to break free from landline-based systems that only work in and around the home. Simple to use, compact, and shower-safe, the Belle features built-in 2-way voice communication and a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 30 days on a single charge.The Active Alert Mobile Button is lightweight and easy to wear, and can even be worn in the shower.

The two-way voice feature makes it easy to get help.  Once the button is pressed, you will quickly connect to a highly trained medical alert operator who will assist you by contacting anyone or everyone on your call list and/or contacting emergency assistance, all the while remaining in contact via the two-way voice pendant.    

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