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16 June 2015


CSL DualCom is delighted to announce that we are Health+Care’s official TECS Critical Connectivity® Partner.

CSL DualCom is delighted to announce that we are Health+Care’s official TECS Critical Connectivity® Partner. As the inventors of dual signalling, CSL DualCom pioneered the move from wired to wireless technology in the electronic security industry to become the market leader. CSL DualCom Health now offer this proven track record in the delivery of Critical Connectivity® between vulnerable people and their emergency responders for the entire Telecare and Telehealth industry, enabling the Telehealthcare industry to go wireless with their Telecare services.

Leading Telecare manufacturers are choosing DualCom WorldSIM® inside their dispersed alarm units in place of a telephone line. CSL DualCom’s patented technology offers the robust reliability of a traditional landline via the award-winning WorldSIM. Free of the limitations imposed by a fixed telephone line, WorldSIM allows the installation to be placed in the best position for the user. It will always roam to the strongest available network, should there be a network outage, and comes with the reassurance that costs are fixed with no additional charges whatsoever, no matter how often individuals need to call for assistance.

CSL DualCom also offer a back-up for vulnerable residents if a phone line is unavailable in the form of DualCom SafeLink® – a telephone line monitoring service for emergency and/or fire alarm signals. DualCom SafeLink® is quickly and easily fitted to any Housing/Warden-call scheme to ensure that residents always have a working line of communication to send emergency signals. Using patented technology, it provides a secondary wireless communication path which checks that telephone lines are secure and remain operational at all times.

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