Light Signal System for the Deaf | MySecondEar
Light signaling device for deaf
A traffic signal system is a device that uses visual signals to convey information to the deaf and hard of hearing that is normally conveyed through audible signals. Traffic signal devices typically consist of a series of lights that illuminate in different colors to convey different information. There are also traffic signal systems that use flashing patterns in addition to colors to convey specific information.
In recent years, there have also been technological advances in the development of traffic signals for the deaf. For example, some installations now use additional vibration alarms.
A traffic signal system is an absolute must for any household where a hearing-impaired person lives. This is because such signaling systems convert everyday acoustic sounds in the home, such as the ringing of the telephone, the ringing of the front doorbell, the alarm clock, fire alarms, or the crying and screaming of the child, into bright light signals, a powerful vibration alarm, or a very loud amplified audio signal.
Thanks to numerous intelligent transmitters and receivers of the light signal system, you will no longer miss an acoustic signal - no matter where you are in your house or on your property.