Voter Assistance Call Signal

Results: 4

Ballotcall

The BallotCall is a call signal system designed for use in polling places by voters with disabilities. The system provides a means for voters with disabilities to alert election officials when they need assistance. This temporary alert system can be used in government facilities, permanent polling locations and private facilities or venues that are outside of election officials' control. The BallotCall system includes a BigBell wireless alert system (see separate entry) with an oversized touch p

Voter's Choice Alert System 1000 (Model 1851)

The Voter's Choice Alert System 1000, model 1851, is a voter assistance call signal designed to notify poll workers that a curbside voter has arrived. This curbside notification system detects vehicles when they drive over its rubber hose located in the parking area reserved for curbside voters and transmits a signal to the receiver located in the polling place. The system includes one transmitter with exterior hose and one receiver. range of signal transmission to the receiver is up to 600 feet

Voter's Choice Alert System 1000-S (Model 2095)

The Voter's Choice Alert System 1000-S, model 2095, is a voter assistance call signal transmitter with access sign and parking area marker designed to provide voters with mobility disabilities with the means to notify poll workers that a curbside voter has arrived. This curbside notification system detects vehicles when they drive over a rubber hose. The system includes one transmitter with an exterior hose, one receiver, and one portable sign stand with a "Curbside Voters - Parking Only" sign t

Voter's Choice Wireless Alert System 2000 (Model 1899)

The Voter's Choice Wireless Alert System 2000, model 1899, is a voter assistance call signal and wireless signal transmitter designed for use to notify poll workers or precinct officials of the arrival of a voter with mobility disabilities needing curbside voting assistance. The system includes a passive infrared motion sensor that can detect a person or vehicle passing by up to about 50 feet away, depending on local terrain. Using a radio transmitter, the sensor sends a signal to a receiver up

Parent Category: Polling Place Accessibility
 
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