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Freeus, LLC launches next generation Belle mPERS

Freeus, LLC launches next generation Belle mPERS Device is certified on Verizon 4G LTE Network, and offers 30-day battery life and water-resistance

OGDEN, Utah—Freeus, LLC, a wholesale mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS), announced the launch of the next generation of Belle�mPERS, certified on the Verizon 4G LTE network. This device offers the same low-maintenance, easy-to-use features as previous Belle products, along with state-of-the-art hardware and firmware, and IP67 water-resistance.

“We are proud to offer the next generation of Belle to provide a solution for the forthcoming 3G turndown,” said Freeus COO, Brock Winzeler. “We are continuously developing solutions for both today and far into the future to offer confidence and peace of mind to our dealers and their customers.”

Belle features include an easy-to-see, circular, LED light around the call button, clearly indicating status of users' call and when the device needs recharging; a redesigned smart charging cradle; and an interchangeable belt clip and lanyard.

This device also offers a 30-day battery life per charge, and connects users via two-way voice to expert PERS operations at Freeus' UL-Listed, TMA Five Diamond Certified central station with the press of a button. Operators use proprietary WiFi location services to locate users and can send loved ones and/or emergency personal, depending on need. This empowers users to explore with the confidence they can reach assistance wherever they go across the United States.

All Freeus products are powered by the Orion IoT platform that is hyper-redundant and seamlessly integrates Freeus mobile medical alerts with cellular networks and monitoring centers. Orion also provides dealers with a simply way to remotely activate and manage devices, and access to complimentary marketing materials. Freeus dealers can increase their RMR with Belle and enable customers to get assistance within the critical first hour of an emergency, helping to reduce hospital readmissions.


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