ADA Compliant Guest Room Economy Kit
The ADA Compliant Economy guest room kit for deaf and hard of hearing individuals includes a soft case, signaling alarm clock/receiver with audio transmitter and telephone amplifier, helping hotels and motels to comply with ADA guidelines.
The Economy Guest Room ADA Kit is designed specifically for hotels and motels to help them comply with ADA requirements as they relate to accommodating hard of hearing guests without need of a TTY.
It doesn't have to be complicated or expensive for your facility to be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
CentralAlert Notification System CA360H Vibrating Alarm Clock/Receiver with Hanging Door Sensor (HC-CA360H): alarm clock with signaler bed shaker and built-in flashing strobe light to alert deaf and hard of hearing guests when the alarm clock goes off the phone rings someone knocks on the hotel door or if a smoke/carbon monoxide alarm goes off in the room
CentralAlert Audio Sensor (HC-CAAX): simply place this by the hotel room's existing smoke alarm and if the alarm goes off the audio alarm sensor will detect it and wirelessly send a signal to the all-in-one CA360H alarm clock/signaler which will then activate the flashing strobe and bed shaker so that guests remain safe even if they can't hear the alarm going off (requires 2 AA batteries - not included)
Telephone In-Line Handset Amplifier (AMER-HA40): plug this into the hotel room's existing room telephone line to amplify call making it easier for guests who have trouble hearing on the phone to hear their conversations
Soft Carrying Case (HC-ADACASE): fits all of the above ADA kit components neatly for easy storage with a handle for easy transport to and from hotel guest rooms
Are you a small business with less than 30 full-time employees or gross receipts less than $1 million/year? Read more about eligibility and requirements for the Disabled Access Credit (DAC) a tax incentive to encourage small businesses to comply with the ADA. Go to
http://askjan.org/media/tax.html contact a local Internal Revenue Service office: http://www.irs.gov/businesses."