|Model Number||Placement||Function||Carton Date Code||Date Codes on Printed Circuit Board Label Inside Device|
|EN1210||Mounted on door/window frame||Alarm sent if door or window is opened||16075||16074 16075|
|EN1223S||Worn on neck, wrist or belt||Allows user to push button to summon assistance||16075||16071|
|16083||16077 16080 16081|
|EN1233S||Worn on neck or belt||Allows user to push button to summon assistance||16073||16072|
|EN4232MR||Mounted on wall||Receives messages from Inovonics transmitters||16077||16075 16076|
Authorized Inovonics dealers and distributors nationwide from March 2016 through June 2016 for between $105 and $700.
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