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January 25, 2020

Guardian Essence 4G PERS

Guardian Medical Monitoring is excited to announce the launch of the most advanced Personal Emergency Response System in the industry.

Called the Guardian Essence 4G PERS, this system utilizes the AT&T 4G LTE network to communicate all emergency signals faster than ever.

The system is activated by users through a water-resistant pendant or lanyard. The personal pendant has a range up to 1,300 ft. — plenty of coverage for most living situations. Since the system operates on a 4G network, no landline is required, providing even more flexibility for users. In case of a power outage, the system has a built-in backup battery that can continue to operate for up to 40 hours.

The system is compatible with a diverse line of accessories, including smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and window/door sensors. In addition, with the Guardian Essence 4G PERS, you can also choose a Voice Panic Detector (VPD) and Auto Alert Fall Detection. The VPD allows users to call for help through voice command recognition — no dialing or buttons to push, just the user’s voice. This option is fully wireless and water-resistant for shower installation. The Auto Alert Fall Detection option provides the most accurate real fall detection in the industry, which will summon help even if you can’t activate the pendant.


Guardian Medical Monitoring continues to be the industry leader in providing cutting-edge medical monitoring solutions for users and their caregivers. Find your solution today at https://guardianmedicalmonitoring.com or call 1-888-349-2400.

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