WATERFORD, MI--(Marketwire - Dec 21, 2012) - At the 2013 International CES from January 8-11, Silent Call Communications, a Michigan-based company using the latest technology to develop reliable alerting systems to improve quality of life for seniors, people who are hard of hearing, deaf and deaf/blind, will showcase a brand new body worn receiver. The new product incorporates the latest technology to offer independence and convenience by monitoring multiple transmitters displayed with designated icons. Silent Call will be located at Booth #26912.

The new body worn receiver monitors phones, doorbells, severe weather, smoke and carbon monoxide monitors. Each of the six icons on the display light up as a different color so that it is easy for the user to identify which transmitter is sending the signal. There are also vibrating codes for each that can be connected to a bed vibrator feature as well. The receiver works with all 418 Mhz Signature Series Transmitters, along with smoke/fire transmitters. New features include a one-second vibration when loading the receiver into the CommunicatorPort to signal proper connection and the charging LED to indicate when charging is complete.

"We're very proud of our sleek new product design," said Director of Marketing Lisa DeLeuil. "This body worn receiver will allow for even more independence in the home and in addition to assisting those who are deaf and hard of hearing, the vibration feature can make life easier for those who are blind as well."

Silent Call is the only company whose products self-monitor, alerting the user when one of the devices being monitored isn't working properly, for example if the fire alarm is out of batteries. For more information or to purchase, visit www.silentcall.com.

Silent Call Communications, a Waterford, Michigan based company, provides visual and tactile alerting devices to organizations, companies and individuals alike. Since 1987, Silent Call Communications has taken a simple philosophy of personal communications by means of electronic devices and developed an exciting product line. These products have revolutionized the means by which seniors, those who are hard of hearing, deaf or deaf/blind may lead safer and more active lives. For more information about Silent Call Communications and products, visit www.silentcall.com, call (800) 572-5227 (Voice or TTY) or find them on Facebook.

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Sasha Hlozek
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