• Subject: Re: Telecommuting
  • From: MMReinkem@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 04:10:15 EST

Dear Mr. Geezer,

The infrared detector idea is commonly used in most Central monitoring 
stations that are UL approved.  It's called a dead man detector so that if 
something happens and there is no movement for more than one minute, it goes 
off and alerts another monitoring facility and the situation can be 
investigated.  We used to set ours off on purpose just to see who all would 
come running and how fast.  We kept management busy in that manner.  

Southern Whippersnapper in the land of the damyankees <sigh>
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