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Skylink AD-105 Emergency Dialer

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Product Description

The Dial-Alert Emergency Dialer allows you to record an emergency voice message up to 40 seconds. Once the alarm is triggered, the Emergency Dialer automatically dials up to nine emergency contacts. You can program pagers, cellular phones, landlines, etc. as emergency contacts. The Emergency Dialer uses a universal dial tone to adapt to voice systems of all phone companies, so you'll be sure your emergency message gets through. Programmable pause time for pager access also ensures the message reaches its recipient. A programmable entry/exit delay helps prevents the alarm from being triggered by accident. A panic button makes the Emergency Dialer ideal for assistance, protection/security, or any other situations that might require immediate emergency notification.

From the Manufacturer

Emergency dialer enables one way communication.

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Technical Details
Part Number AD-105
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions9.7 x 9.2 x 2.6 inches
Item model numberAD-105
StyleEmergency Phone Dialer
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 YEAR
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Best Sellers Rank #154,095 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 30, 2010
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Michael Poole on October 9, 2011
I've had two of these over the past 11 months. One came with the SC-1000 system I purchased and one was a replacement. It is very easy to setup, but linking it to the system is confusing. Skylink's instructions are vague on that step and there is no visual indication of a link. You have to test the system to see if it did link, but that isn't a very big deal. I never had a break in, but every time I tested the system it called as programmed.

My one warning is that the device seems to be especially sensitive to electrical/phone line irregularities. The unit that came with the system failed after a storm. My power went off and on repeatedly during the storm and when it was over, the 'low battery' indicator came on. Replacing the battery did not turn off the indicator nor did it back up the system, so apparently the battery backup circuitry was gone. While fiddling with it I thought the power supply seemed unusually warm, but I let it go. A couple of hours later I heard a loud pop and discovered the power supply, now so hot I couldn't touch it, had failed.

After a frustrating email exchange with Skylink support, they required me to send them the unit and they would see if it could be repaired. The expected turnaround was weeks. I decided to just replace the unit and forget it. This time I plugged the unit into a surge protector instead of just the wall socket, but within two months another storm took out the actual phone circuit.

So, learn from my mistakes. It's a good device for the price, but use a surge protector AND get one with a phone line protector built into it like you use with a computer and modem (if anyone still uses modems).
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Donald Claffey on October 1, 2011
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Programming was relatiely easy. The one REALLY big problem is that the message plays before the phone even starts ringing. The message is over before you can even answer the phone. I called Skylink and their response was we've never seen that before. I tried putting in pause delays, but that didn't help. Also one feature which is supposed to delay the calling time for up to 90 seconds, only will let you program it for 60 seconds. Not sure if I have a defective unit, but it is not much use if the person being called never gets the message. I am going to try to return the unit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vic C on August 14, 2012
The bottom line: the product works. Before giving this to my mother, I tested the transmitter from every room in the house including the basement and even submerged in hot water in an upstairs bathtub. Virtually every single time, the transmitter successfully signaled the dialer to call the emergency number and deliver my pre-recorded message. I like that the product is a one-time cost rather than a recurring monthly subscription; I like that it features a 9V battery backup in case of power outages; you do need a home telephone line to use this.

The slightly negative element is that the company has lousy communication about pretty much everything. First, I ordered the Skylink ED-100, but they sent me the Skylink AD-105. It turns out that the ED-100 is obsolete. Second, they included instructions for the AD-100 instead of the AD-105; the AD-105 has an additional operating mode that completely messed me up because it's not mentioned in the AD-100 instructions. If you receive the wrong instructions, do an internet search for "AD-105 manual" to get the proper instructions.

The information about the transmitters is confusing as well. I've spoken with the company, and they have confirmed that the PT-434 Boxy, Pendant-like Transmitter is WATERPROOF and can be taken into the bathtub and the swimming pool. The
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Day on March 4, 2014
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I had another brand of this dialer, but it looked identical to this one. However, this Skylink has some added features over what the old one had!

Last week, my mother took a fall, and pushed the button around her neck (this was NOT included, but the old one worked with this new unit) and it dialed me up and I was able to get to her in just a minute (she lives in a cottage on my property) - she wasn't badly hurt but could not get herself back up.

This unit gives BOTH of us peace of mind - I know she can summons my help when she needs to, and she knows that she can simply press the little button around her neck and I'll be right there.

I like that it is not a subscription service, and I like that I can program it to dial any numbers I like, multiple times, with an outgoing message of my own making. Wonderful product for those who may need to assure tha a loved one can call in an emergency with very little effort on their part!

Has a lot of features that we will likely never use, but for the price and the features it has that are important to us, I think it's a good choice.
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