- AED storage cabinet with steel body for strength, and alarm to notify individuals within hearing range of potential emergency
- Alarm operates on 9V battery (included) or can be hard-wired to a building security system (instructions included)
- Alarm emits a sound that ranges from 85 to 120 dBA when door is opened, and can be configured to be turned off automatically or manually
- Clear acrylic window and red lettering facilitate visual identification of AED
- Four holes punched in back of cabinet for wall-mount, instructions included, fasteners and tools sold separately
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First Voice TS145SM-1 AED Basic Wall Standard Cabinet with Alarm, 13.5" W x 13" H x 5.25" D
|Price:||$142.17 & FREE Shipping. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||First Voice|
|Number of Items||1|
|Inside Depth||5.25 inches|
|Inside Height||13 inches|
|Inside Width||13.5 inches|
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The First Voice TS145SM-1 is a surface-mounted wall cabinet with an alarm for holding and storing an automated external defibrillator (AED). This cabinet has a steel body for strength, and an alarm to notify individuals who are within hearing range of a potential emergency if the door is opened. The alarm on this cabinet operates either on a 9V battery (included) or it can be hard-wired to a building security system (instructions included). When connected to a battery, the alarm emits a sound that ranges from 85 to 120 decibels (dBA) when the door is opened, and chirps when the battery is low. When connected to a security system, the alarm emits a sound at 120 dBA when the door is opened. The alarm can be configured to shut off automatically either 30 seconds or three minutes after the door is opened, or it can be configured to be shut off manually either with a key or when the door is closed. This cabinet has a white enamel finish that resists corrosion, and a clear acrylic window and red lettering to facilitate visual identification of the AED. Four holes are punched in the back of this cabinet for a wall-mount. Mounting instructions are included, and fasteners and tools are sold separately. Assembly is required for the handle and door latch on this cabinet. Assembly instructions are included, assembly tools are sold separately. This cabinet measures 13 x 13-1/2 x 5-1/4 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.)
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Top Customer Reviews
This is an issue because would-be thieves are deterred if the alarm must be dis-armed with a key. Otherwise, they can quickly turn off the alarm with the toggle switch.
The unsecured alarm module is entirely inside the cabinet. There's a common computer-case-type lock on the outside of the cabinet that turns on the alarm. Close the door after opening it, and the sound is 90% muffled. Worse, as shipped, the alarm is set to shut off as soon as the door is shut. You have to set a nearly-inaccessible row of DIP switches to require the key to shut it off. However, worse even yet is a fairly obvious shut off switch right on the alarm unit that overrides the key switch. If you're looking for an alarmed cabinet to alert you if anyone is stealing your defibrillator, this might not be it. (It can be wired into your main alarm system, but that will cost more than this cabinet.)
Second, the vendor, Cardiac Life, is a non-stocking drop shipper, with a fast-talking salesman who called me up and tried to get me to cancel my defibrillator order with Amazon and place it through him. He told me I shouldn't have ordered the Home for a semi-public place, that it had an inferior warranty to the Onsite version and came with different accessories. I called up Philips US sales office, was told there is only one version of the product, that some companies sell it as the Home and some as the Onsite, but it's the one and only Heartstart product from Philips, with an 8-year warranty under whichever name it's sold. Called the salesman back and told him just to ship my cabinet. He told me it was already shipped. It actually shipped several days later from the manufacturer, arriving a week after the defibrillator did. At the time Amazon posted the "shipped" update, it only said "drop-shipped" in the tracking number field. It took another phone call to the salesman to get him to get my tracking number.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice, sturdy cabinet. The alarm is loud enough to startle but not crazy loud. The cabinet is installed outside of a church sanctuary and looks really good.Published 4 months ago by Liz McDonald
Wall install fairly easy. quality good. Instructions on how to set up the alarm, unclear, but I managed to figure it out.Published on May 3, 2014 by Ann O