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Humantechnik Vibration Cushion
Hearing impaired and deaf people know the problem: at night, when the hearing aids are not worn, one is simply not accessible. So you might miss an important call or just not feel safe. Waking up in the morning is also not always easy when even the strongest alarm clock is overheard.
Vibration pads can be connected to all popular alarm clocks from Humantechnik and solve the problem. When the alarm clock rings, the pad automatically gives an alarm in the form of vibration pulses and shakes you awake. Of course, you can also connect it to many receivers from the Humantechnik radio program Lisa and the older Lisa program, depending on which signal is also very important for you at night.
The installation of the pillow is very simple:
Connect the connecting cable of the vibration pillow to your alarm clock or the desired receiver of the light signal system. Please make sure that the receiver actually has a connection for a 3.5 mm jack plug. Then simply place the vibration pillow inside the pillowcase or under the pillow itself. Done! From now on, you will be woken up by vibration pulses in addition to the other alarm signals.
- suitable for human technology alarm clock
- Connectable to many receiver modules of the Humantechnik light signal system
- Overheating protection due to battery operation
- LED indicator for battery status
- Dimensions: 30 × 85 × 85 mm
- Color: black
- Weight: 190 g
- Connection cable: 2 meters
- 3.5 mm jack plug
- Batteries used: 3 x AA 1.5V, AA
Included in delivery:
- 1x human technology vibration pad
- 1x instruction manual
The vibration pad can only be used in conjunction with an alarm clock or receiver.
End customers are provided with a 24-month warranty (excluding batteries and accumulators). Warranty service includes free repair and free return shipping. The warranty is void in case of damage caused by improper handling and repair attempts by persons not authorized by Humantechnik (violation of the device seal).