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Pool Alarm
Secure and Reliable

Sound alarm in just 13 seconds in pool 16×32 sq feet; Main unit and Receiver sound together with light flashing to attract attention and help alert those who may be hard of hearing; Alarm level: 85dB within 3.5m. Elegant design make it no false operation by child; Receiver with back-up battery inside in case of power failure; Automatically activate after swimming; With low battery warning;

Easy to Install, and Convenient to Use

Install directly, no need to disassemble; Applicable for different pool base; With adjustable sensor tube, applicable for different water level; Just take off the screw, battery case will pop up, easy to replace the battery; Two control buttons for all the function, no need remote controller or magnet key;

Diversified Functions

Audio alarm & visual alarm; Reset function; Automatic activation; Low battery indication; Yellow light indication for sleep/swimming status; Red light indication for off status Green light indication for working status; Red light keep flashing for alarm status; Audio indication for status switch; System on-off function; Automatic sensibility adjustment with wind force;

High Quality

Dustproof and waterproof grade IP65; Material used: ABS-UV, or PC-UV, radiation-proof; Pressure resistance max 200kgs; 2 year quality warranty;

Environmental Protection and Energy-Saving

Save electricity, battery can last use for 18 months; Solar powered with inside rechargeable battery; All materials used meet Rohs requirements;

Swimming Pool Safety

Safety FirstDrowning is the most likely manner in which a middle or upper income family will lose the life of a child under the age of 5 years. Despite this, most people do not realise that their pool is the most dangerous feature of their home. (Data interpreted from the Medical Research Council of South Africa, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004). Internationally, and certainly in South Africa, it has been found that not only are people generally unaware of the risk posed by pools, but also the methods of making a pool safe are not known.

Drowing facts and figures
  1. In spite of the fact that drowning is the most likely way a middle or upper income parent could lose a child, most parents (55%) do not worry much, or at all, about their child drowning.
  2. A child submersed in your pool will lose consciousness in as little as two to four minutes.
  3. A child deprived of oxygen will die in as little as four to six minutes.
  4. Children who are resuscitated following prolonged oxygen deprivation may suffer permanent, life-altering brain damage. Devastating near-drownings are almost as common as fatal drownings.
  5. A child can drown in as little as 3 to 4 cm of water.
  6. Most drowning events are totally silent.
  7. Boys are three to four times more likely to drown than girls. Boys are generally more adventurous and engage in risky behaviour more frequently.
  8. 60% of all drownings occur in children aged between 1 and 4.
  9. 70% of all pool drowings occur in fully fenced pools
  10. Fewer than one third of these drowning victims intend to be in the water.
  11. 90% of drownings occur whilst a child is under supervision.
  12. Almost all parents say that they actively supervise their children while swimming, but 94% admit to engaging in distracting activities such as snoozing, reading and using the phone whilst supervising.
  13. Rapid initiation of CPR and first aid is recognised as being absolutely critical to survival. A rescued but unconscious child who is not breathing is in just as much danger as if he or she were still in the pool.

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